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NAVSEA NOTICE 5400 From: Subj: Ref: Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSEA TECHNICAL AUTHORITIES (a) NAVSEAINST 5400.97C, Virtual SYSCOM Engineering and Technical Authority Policy (b) SECNAVINST 5400.15C, Department of the Navy (DON) Research and Development, Acquisition, Associated Life Cycle Management, and Logistics Responsibilities and Accountability (c) NAVSEAINST 5400.01E, NAVSEA Organizational Manual (d) NAVSEAINST 5401.2, Competency Aligned Organization (CAO)/Integrated Program Team (IPT) Implementation, (e) Competency Aligned Organization (CAO)/Integrated Program Team (IPT) Operations Manual, NAVSEA ltr Ser 10/095 of 9 Apr 09 (f) NAVSEAINST 5000.9, Naval SYSCOM Systems Engineering Policy (1) Engineering Leadership Council (2) NAVSEA Deputy Warranting Officer Technical Domains (3) NAVSEA Research and Systems Engineering Competency and NAVSEA Technical Authority Leadership (4) NAVSEA Technical Authorities

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1. Purpose. To update the list of NAVSEA technical authorities per reference (a) and to link technical authority and competency alignment policies, roles and responsibilities in the Research and Systems Engineering (R&SE) Competency, including the following: a. Defining responsibilities of the Deputy Chief Engineers (DEP CHENGs) and the CHENG Deputy (CHENG DEP). b. c. Establishing the NAVSEA Engineering Leadership Council. Dis-establishing the NAVSEA Technical Authority Board.

d. Re-aligning several Deputy Warranting Officer (DWO) technical domains.

NAVSEANOTE 5400 e. Clearly distinguishing between DWOs who are Chief Systems Engineers (CSEs) and those who are Technical Domain Managers (TDMs). f. Establishing the R&SE Competency Domain Managers (CDMs).

2. Cancellation. NAVSEANOTE 5400 Ser TAB/008, NAVSEA Technical Authorities of 16 Jul 07. 3. Scope and Exclusions. Per reference (b), COMNAVSEA is the technical authority for ships and ship systems. This Notice applies to the delegation of that technical authority, with the following exclusions from reference (a): a. Naval nuclear propulsion plant systems, equipment, and facilities under the cognizance of the Deputy Commander, Nuclear Propulsion Directorate (SEA 08). As outlined in reference (c), Executive Order 12344, statutorily prescribed by P.L. 98-525 (42 U.S.C. 7158 Note), establishes the responsibilities and authorities of the Deputy Commander, Nuclear Propulsion Directorate (SEA 08) over all facilities and activities which comprise the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, a joint Department of Energy (DOE)/Navy organization. These responsibilities and authorities include all technical and logistical matters related to naval nuclear responsibilities and propulsion. Accordingly, nothing in this Notice supersedes or changes those authorities, and SEA 08 shall be consulted concerning all matters related to Naval Nuclear Propulsion. b. Strategic weapons systems under the cognizance of the Strategic Systems Program. 4. Background

a. Technical Authority. Reference (b) defines technical authority as the authority, responsibility, and accountability to establish, monitor and approve technical standards, tools, and processes in conformance with applicable DoD and DON policy, requirements, architectures, and standards. The SYSCOM Commander responsibilities include serving as the technical authority and operational safety and assurance certification authority for their assigned areas of responsibility. Reference (a) defines Naval SYSCOM engineering and technical authority policy and requires Technical Warrant Holders (TWHs) to be qualified, warranted, empowered, and entrusted to make technically sound engineering decisions, and support Program Managers and the Fleet in providing best value engineering and technical products. 2

NAVSEANOTE 5400 b. Competency Alignment

(1) Personnel. References (d) and (e) provide policy and processes for NAVSEA's Competency Aligned Organization (CAO)/Integrated Product Teams (IPT). The R&SE Competency consists primarily of engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and technicians at Headquarters, the Warfare Centers and other select field activity engineering agents. (2) Competency Domain Leaders (CDLs). Roles and responsibilities of CDLs are described in reference (e), which addresses NAVSEA's CAO/IPT structure. (3) Competency Domain Managers (CDMs). As described in reference (e), CDMs provide input to the CDL regarding demand for workforce development needs, work processes, operating standards, facilities, and tools appropriate to their segment of the competency domain. CDMs may reside anywhere within the NAVSEA structure. Each CDM will have NAVSEA-wide stewardship responsibility for the health of the workforce, standards, and facilities to support the competency domain. That responsibility may span multiple sites. 5. Discussion. The previous revision of this notice tailored reference (a) policy to recognize the role of the NAVSEA CHENG. This revision incorporates technical policy changes from references (b) and (f), and integrates references (a), (b), and (f) technical policies with references (d) and (e) NAVSEA CAO/IPT policies, tailored to the R&SE Competency. This includes: a. An Engineering Leadership Council (ELC) is established to formalize the collaboration among Naval Systems Engineering Directorate (SEA 05), Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in leading and integrating NAVSEA's technical authority and the R&SE Competency. The Technical Authority Board listed in the previous revision of this notice has been disestablished; the ELC will collaborate with the PEOs, Fleet N43s, and other stakeholders on NAVSEA technical policies. b. NAVSEA's product lines are extremely broad, complex, and diverse. With the establishment of one NAVSEA CHENG in the previous revision of this notice, a lesson learned is that assistance from Warfare Center leadership is needed. The Warfare Center Commanders are flag officers with a workforce that is primarily in the R&SE Competency and which makes up the majority of the R&SE Competency; they are accountable for the 3

NAVSEANOTE 5400 performance of their workforce. Recognizing the Warfare Center Commanders as DEP CHENGs and the Naval Systems Engineering Directorate Executive Director (SEA 05B) as the CHENG DEP formally recognizes this assistance. To ensure that the technical decision process remains agile and responsive, these individuals are not an additional layer in the technical authority chain of command; they provide assistance to the CHENG as needed, and lead technical authority stewardship efforts as members of the ELC. c. The R&SE Competency contains a large and diverse set of business units with over 20,000 employees, primarily engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and technicians. To avoid adding unneeded organizational complexity, CDL and CDM roles are primarily assigned to the senior executive service leaders of those business units. This ensures CDLs and CDMs are sufficiently empowered to perform their reference (d) and (e) responsibilities. Because of the size of the competency and to align with the business unit chains of command at the Warfare Centers, the NSWC and NUWC Technical Directors are assigned as Deputy CDLs (DCDLs) to assist the CDL (SEA 05B). d. Since engineering and technical authority is the focus of the R&SE Competency, CDL, DCDL, and CDM roles include stewardship of engineering and technical authority capabilities. Leadership in this stewardship role logically rests with the business unit chains of command (the CDL, DCDLs, and CDMs). The technical authority chain of command also performs a necessary role in stewardship, but this is a support role collaborating with and influencing the business unit chains of command. To formally recognize this relationship, the CDL and DCDLs are members of the ELC. e. The CAO/IPT construct includes three distinct chains of command; business unit chain of command, technical authority chain of command, and programmatic authority chain of command. In an IPT structure, the business units provide personnel to the Program Office IPTs, the technical authorities provide technical standards and collaborate with the programmatic authorities on technical decisions, and the business units and technical authorities collaborate on technical skills and stewardship. It is common practice for personnel deployed to IPTs to be in all three of these chains of command simultaneously. f. Two distinct types of technical authorities are normally needed to support the CAO/IPT construct; one type embedded in the Program Office to integrate engineering and technical authority efforts in support of the Program, consistent with the 4

NAVSEANOTE 5400 reference (f) systems engineering policy, and one type providing deep technical expertise to all appropriate programs. This is formalized by splitting DWO assignments into Chief Systems Engineers (CSEs) embedded into the PEOs, SEA 07; and SEA 21 and TDMs who provide cross-program technical expertise in broad technical domains. g. Several TDM technical domains are realigned to properly execute the integration of technical authority and CAO/IPT, and to balance the breadth of technical domains with management of nation-wide expertise: (1) All explosive ordnance engineering efforts are combined under one TDM, the Commander, NSWC, including, explosive ordnance disposal and technical authority for explosive ordnance and propellants. The TDM for Weapons Systems, Ordnance, and Explosives ­ Safety and Security is maintained as SEA 00VW. (2) Engineering, testing, and in-service support of warfare systems is performed primarily in the Warfare Centers, while headquarters focuses on the integration of those warfare systems. The Warfare Center Division Technical Directors (DTDs) at Dahlgren, Panama City, and Newport are recognized as TDMs for these technical domains, replacing the previous SEA 05W warfare systems engineering technical domain. (3) Critical cross-functional engineering disciplines common to all CSE and TDM technical domains are aligned to the CHENG DEP (SEA 05B). These common technical policies and standards include systems engineering, human systems engineering, system safety, and associated IPT support not assigned to the DWOs. Tailored execution of general technical policies is within the purview of the specific CSE or TDM. In other words, one of the goals is common technical policy and processes throughout the Competency that enable personnel to more easily move between IPTs, with distributed execution by those IPTs. Technical domains for human engineering, test and evaluation, and the R&SE Executive Director are no longer recognized as formal DWO assignments, as the CHENG DEP will provide leadership with execution dispersed among the DWOs. 6. Action. This notice provides NAVSEA implementation policy for technical authority consistent with references (a), (b), and (f), R&SE Competency implementation policy for NAVSEA's CAO/IPT consistent with references (d) and (e), and the integration of these policies. 5

NAVSEANOTE 5400 a. NAVSEA's technical authority chain of command is COMNAVSEA, NAVSEA Chief Engineer (CHENG), DWOs, and TWHs. b. The Engineering Leadership Council (ELC) assists the NAVSEA CHENG in leadership and development of the R&SE Competency and stewardship of technical authority. ELC membership and responsibilities are defined in enclosure (1). c. NAVSEA's DWOs, their technical domains, and responsibilities are defined in enclosure (2). DWOs are either CSEs or TDMs. The CSEs are responsible for generating and coordinating Operating Agreements and Annual Execution Agreements with PEOs, Directorates, Program Offices, and TDMs, consistent with references (d) and (e). d. The NAVSEA technical authority and R&SE Competency leadership is listed in enclosure (3). They are primarily Flag officers and members of the senior executive service. Their alignment in the competency, technical authority and business unit chains of command is shown. e. NAVSEA's TWHs and their assigned technical areas are listed in enclosure (4). For information and completeness, enclosure (4) includes NAVSEA personnel who have been warranted by other Naval SYSCOMs as TWHs. 7. Cancellation Contingency. notice. Upon issuance of a superseding

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NAVSEANOTE 5400 Distribution: SNDL FKP COMNAVSEASYSCOM Shore Activities C84 COMNAVSEASYSCOM Shore Based Detachments NAVSEA Special List Y1 A1J1F PEO SHIP A1J1L PEO IWS A1JIM PEO LMW AIJIN PEO SUB AIJ1Q PEO CARRIERS 21A1 CFFC 21A2 COMPACFLT 24A Air Force Commanders 24D Surface Force Commanders 24G Submarine Force Commanders 26U Regional Maintenance Centers FT88 EDOSCOL FKA1C COMNAVFACENGCOM AIR 1.0, 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0 NAWC AD, WD FKQ SPAWAR Activities SPAWAR (00, 01, 02, 04, 05, WLA) NAVSUP (09, Science Advisor, ICP) MARCORSYSCOM Deputy for C4I Integration MCCDC RDA CHSENG

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NAVSEANOTE 5400 ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 1. Membership. The NAVSEA CHENG chairs the Engineering Leadership Council (ELC). Members include the Deputy CHENGs (DEP CHENGs), the CHENG Deputy (CHENG DEP), and the Research and Systems Engineering (R&SE) Competency Domain Leader (CDL) and Deputies (DCDLs), as follows: SEA 05 COMNSWC COMNUWC SEA 05B NSWC TD NUWC TD 2. RADM Thomas Eccles RDML James Shannon RDML Thomas Wears Mr. Michael R. Kistler Mr. Steve Mitchell Mr. DON McCormack NAVSEA CHENG DEP CHENG, Surface Warfare and Explosive Ordnance DEP CHENG, Undersea Warfare CHENG DEP and R&SE CDL R&SE DCDL, NSWC R&SE DCDL, NUWC

Responsibilities

a. ELC. The ELC develops strategic direction and policy for technical authority, the R&SE Competency, and collaboration between the technical authority, business unit, and programmatic authority chains of command, including: (1) Interfacing with other competencies and SYSCOMs, and coordinating technical policy changes with the PEOs, Fleet N43s, and other stakeholders prior to signature. (2) Advising COMNAVSEA on definitions of DWO technical domains and appointments to DWO and CDM positions. (3) Assessing current and future health of the R&SE Competency and technical areas across all business units, addressing gaps, and issuing national stewardship guidance. (4) Reviewing Operating Agreements and Annual Execution Agreements, prior to NAVSEA CHENG signature, ensuring alignment with workforce/workload projections. (5) Reviewing impacts on technical authority and the R&SE Competency from program acquisition strategies and major procurements. (6) Developing sustainable resourcing strategies for technical authority and R&SE Competency functions. b. NAVSEA CHENG. Per reference (b), COMNAVSEA is the technical authority for NAVSEA and affiliated PEOs. The NAVSEA CHENG performs those responsibilities on behalf of COMNAVSEA, Enclosure (1)

NAVSEANOTE 5400 including alignment, execution and oversight of technical authority. The CHENG will promptly inform COMNAVSEA on significant issues affecting the proper and efficient execution of technical authority. COMNAVSEA has delegated authority to CHENG and no further to select, appoint, and terminate appointments of NAVSEA TWHs. c. DEP CHENGs. The DEP CHENGs assist the NAVSEA CHENG in alignment, development and sustainment of technical authority within their assigned areas of responsibility, including: (1) Endorse warranted technical area definitions and TWH nominations to the NAVSEA CHENG for approval. (2) Implement technical authority policies. (3) When requested by the NAVSEA CHENG, engage in risk assessment and resolution of significant technical issues and those issues which cannot be resolved at lower levels. (4) Identify and assess cross DWO technical domain and cross platform technical risks, issues and initiatives affecting mission effectiveness and Navy priorities and objectives. (5) Identify investments to mitigate technical authority risks or prepare for future technical authority needs. (6) Define and champion technical authority science and technology needs. d. CHENG DEP. The CHENG DEP assists the NAVSEA CHENG with alignment, execution and oversight of technical authority, establishing technical policy and standards that apply to all DWO technical domains, and stewarding common engineering and technical skills. e. CDL and DCDLs. Roles and responsibilities of CDLs and CDMs are described in references (d) and (e). The R&SE CDL, and DCDLs within their assigned areas, are also responsible for overseeing technical authority health assessments performed by CDMs and DWOs, identifying gaps, and proposing and implementing mitigating options. Roles and responsibilities of CDMs are described in references (d) and (e). The R&SE CDMs are also responsible for stewardship of engineering and technical skills and capabilities that are part of every engineering competency, tailored to their portion of the R&SE Competency. This includes but is not limited to research and development, acquisition, inservice engineering, lifecycle support, systems engineering, 2 Enclosure (1)

NAVSEANOTE 5400 test and evaluation, safety, human systems integration, and reliability, availability and maintainability. CDMs collaborate with DWOs to ensure proper alignment of engineering and technical skills and capabilities to the technical authority needs of the Command.

3 Enclosure (1)

NAVSEANOTE 5400 NAVSEA DEPUTY WARRANTING OFFICER TECHNICAL DOMAINS Ref: (a) NAVSEAINST 5400.97C, Virtual SYSCOM Engineering and Technical Authority Policy (b) SECNAVINST 5400.15C, Department of the Navy (DON) Research and Development, Acquisition, Associated Life Cycle Management, and Logistics Responsibilities and Accountability (c) NAVSEAINST 5400.01E, NAVSEA Organizational Manual (d) NAVSEAINST 5401.2, Competency Aligned Organization (CAO)/Integrated Program Team (IPT) Implementation (e) Competency Aligned Organization (CAO)/Integrated Program Team (IPT) Operations Manual, NAVSEA ltr Ser 10/095 of 9 Apr 09 (f) NAVSEAINST 5000.9, Naval SYSCOM Systems Engineering Policy (g) NAVSEA 05/PEO IWS Competency Alignment Concept of Operations of 31 Jan 2009 (h) CNO WASHINGTON DC 021648Z May 98 (i) COMUSFLTFORCOMINST/COMPACFLTINST 4720.3b, C5ISR Modernization Policy (j) NAVSEAINST 9410.2/NAVAIRINST 5230.20/SPAWARINST 5234.1, Naval Warfare Systems Certification Policy (k) DOD Directive 5160.62, Single Manager Responsibility for Military Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology and Training (EODT&T) (l) OPNAVINST 8027.1G, Interservice Responsibilities for Explosive Ordnance Disposal (m) OPNAVINST 8020.14/P8020.11 DON Explosives Safety Policy (n) 10 U.S.C. 7361-7364, Salvage Facilities Act (o) SECNAVINST 4740.1, Navy Diving Program

1. Purpose. Enclosure (2) identifies the technical domains of NAVSEA's DWOs, including CSEs and TDMs, per references (a) through (f). 2. CSE responsibilities. As DWOs, the CSE's are the systems engineering and technical authorities directly supporting NAVSEA-affiliated PEOs, SEA 07 and SEA 21, embedding technical authority in those organizations as described below. Reference (g) is an example of this type of implementation. The CSEs coordinate technical authority support from the TDMs. In addition to the DWO responsibilities listed in reference (a), CSEs have the following responsibilities within their assigned technical domain: a. Endorse warranted technical area definitions and TWH nominations to the NAVSEA CHENG for approval.

Enclosure (2)

NAVSEANOTE 5400 b. Implement technical authority policies and oversee execution of technical authority by TWHs. Engage in risk assessment and resolution of significant technical issues and those issues which cannot be resolved at lower levels. c. Generate and coordinate Operating Agreements and Annual Execution Agreements with PEOs, Directorates, Program Offices and TDMs, as documented in reference (e). Operating and Execution Agreements ensure that the NAVSEA performers are aligned with the customers for the work that will be required both near term and well into the future. The agreements also delineate interfaces between technical and programmatic authorities, funding of IPTs and engineering agents, and collaboration on technical decisions. d. Provide input and review of technical standards and updates to ensure PEO understanding and ability to implement in their programs. e. Designate SETR Co-Chairs, consistent with reference (f). Provide Integrated Master Schedules of SETR events to TDMs for appropriate technical authority staffing. f. Lead Program test, evaluation, certification and human systems integration efforts, including integrating the requirements, planning, execution and certification efforts of the TDMs. 3. CSE Technical Domains:

a. Aircraft Carriers (CSE CV). The CSE for Aircraft Carriers is the Director for Aircraft Carrier Design and Systems Engineering (SEA 05V), double-hatted into PEO Carriers. b. Integrated Warfare Systems (CSE IWS). The CSE for Integrated Warfare Systems is the Director for Integrated Warfare Systems Engineering (SEA 05H), double-hatted as the PEO IWS Technical Director (TD). SEA 05H is also the Navy's technical authority for Battle Force Warfare Systems Engineering, consistent with references (h) through (j). c. Littoral and Mine Warfare (CSE LMW). The CSE for Littoral and Mine Warfare is the Director for Littoral and Mine Warfare Design and Systems Engineering (SEA 05L), double-hatted into PEO LMW.

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NAVSEANOTE 5400 d. Surface Ships (CSE SHIPS). The CSE for Surface Ships is the Director for Surface Ship Design and Systems Engineering (SEA 05D), double-hatted into PEO SHIPS and SEA 21. e. Submarines (CSE SUBS). The CSE for Submarines is the Director for Submarine/Submersible Design and Systems Engineering (SEA 05U), double-hatted into PEO SUBS and SEA 07. 4. TDM responsibilities. As DWOs, the TDMs are the Command's technical authorities for broad engineering disciplines. In addition to the DWO responsibilities listed in reference (a), TDMs have the following responsibilities within their assigned technical domain: a. Endorse warranted technical area definitions and TWH nominations to the NAVSEA CHENG for approval. b. Implement technical authority policies and oversee execution of technical authority by TWHs. Engage in risk assessment and resolution of significant technical issues and those issues which cannot be resolved at lower levels. c. Provide input and reviews to the CSEs for Operating Agreements and Annual Execution Agreements with PEOs, Directorates and Program Offices, as documented in reference (e). Identify investments required to mitigate technical authority risks or prepare for future technical authority needs. d. Define technical authority science and technology needs.

e. Ensure development, maintenance, revision, and availability of all technical policies, standards, processes, tools and facilities related to their technical domain, including crew performance standards. Ensure CSEs, Program Offices and interfacing technical authorities understand associated implications to their systems integration and acquisition efforts. f. Provide independent technical authority support for systems engineering technical reviews (SETR) per reference (f), under the coordination of the CSEs. 5. TDM Technical Domains:

a. Cost Engineering (TDM CE). The TDM for cost engineering and cost estimating is the Director for Cost Engineering & Industrial Analysis (SEA 05C). 3 Enclosure (2)

NAVSEANOTE 5400 b. Explosive Ordnance Engineering (TDM EOE). The TDM for Explosive Ordnance Engineering is the Commander, NSWC. This technical domain includes: (1) DoD's technical authority for explosive ordnance disposal and related technology and training, and for ground based Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Technology, consistent with references (k) and (l); and (2) explosive ordnance and propellants. c. Industrial Engineering (TDM IE). The TDM for Industrial Engineering is the Assistant Deputy Commander for Maintenance, Modernization, Environment and Safety (SEA 04R). This technical domain includes maintenance and modernization processes; industrial operations and support systems, including those that cross platforms and systems; and environmental and occupational safety and health regulatory compliance. d. Marine Engineering (TDM ME). The TDM for Marine Engineering and related systems is the Director for Marine Engineering (SEA 05Z). This technical domain includes propulsion and power systems, heat exchangers, engines, power trains, electrical and fluid systems, machinery control and integration, and hull, deck and auxiliary systems. e. Ocean Engineering (TDM OE). The TDM for Ocean Engineering is the Director of Ocean Engineering (SEA 00C). This technical domain includes the Navy's technical authority for salvage (and salvage associated disciplines of towing and oil/hazardous substance spill mitigation), underwater ship husbandry, diving/hyperbaric systems designed to support human life and diving/hyperbaric systems certification consistent with references (n) and (o). f. Ship Integrity and Performance Engineering (TDM SIPE). The TDM for Ship Integrity and Performance Engineering is the Director for Ship Integrity and Performance Engineering (SEA 05P). This technical domain includes ship integrity and performance, naval architecture, hydrodynamics, structures, and materials. g. Warfare Systems Engineering ­ Littoral and Mine Warfare (TDM WSE LMW). The TDM for Warfare Systems Engineering Littoral and Mine Warfare (SEA 05M) is the Division Technical Director of NSWC, Panama City (DTD, NSWC PC). This technical domain includes the sensors, weapons and combat control systems for littoral and mine warfare.

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NAVSEANOTE 5400 h. Warfare Systems Engineering - Surface (TDM WSE Surface). The TDM for Warfare Systems Engineering ­ Surface (SEA 05W) is the Division Technical Director of NSWC, Dahlgren Division (DTD, NSWC DL). This technical domain includes the sensors, weapons, and combat control systems for surface warfare. i. Warfare Systems Engineering - Undersea (TDM WSE Undersea). The TDM for Warfare Systems Engineering ­ Undersea (SEA 05N) is the Division Technical Director of NUWC, Newport Division (DTD, NUWC NPT). This technical domain includes the sensors, weapons and combat control systems for undersea warfare. j. Weapon Systems, Ordnance and Explosives - Safety and Security. The TDM for Weapon Systems, Ordnance and Explosives Safety and Security is the Executive Director of NOSSA (SEA 00VW), DON's technical authority for ordnance safety, consistent with reference (m).

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NAVSEA RESEARCH AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING COMPETENCY AND NAVSEA TECHNICAL AUTHORITY LEADERSHIP

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COMPETENCY TITLE

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY TITLE / CODE NAVSEA CHENG (SEA 05) DEP CHENG, SURFACE WARFARE AND EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE / TDM, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE ENGINEERING DEP CHENG, UNDERSEA WARFARE TDM, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (SEA 04R) TDM, OCEAN ENGINEERING (SEA 00C)

NAME Eccles, RADM Thomas Shannon, RDML James Wears, RDML Thomas Brice, James Keenan, CAPT Patrick J. DeSimone, Laura Shaffer, Jason C

BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05 COMNSWC COMNUWC SEA 04R SEA 00C NOSSA ED / SEA 00VW EODTD DTD SEA 05B SEA 05C SEA 05D SEA 05H SEA 05L SEA 05P SEA 05U SEA 05V SEA 05Z NSWC TD NSWC CD DTD NSWC CO DTD NSWC CR DTD NSWC DL DTD NSWC IH DTD NSWC PC DTD NSWC PH DTD NUWC TD NUWC KPT DTD NUWC NPT DTD

COMPETENCY ALIGNMENT R&SE All All IO PM CDL, EO CDL, EO CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE CDL, R&SE DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NSWC DCDL, NUWC DCDL, NUWC DCDL, NUWC

Explosive Ordnance CDL CDM, Explosive Ordnance Disposal R&SE CDL CDM, Cost Engineering CDM, Systems Engineering for Ships CDM, Systems Engineering for Integrated Warfare Systems CDM, Systems Engineering for Littoral and Mine Warfare CDM, Ship Integrity and Performance Engineering, HQ CDM, Systems Engineering for Submarines CDM, Systems Engineering for Carriers CDM, Marine Engineering, HQ R&SE DCDL, Naval Surface Warfare Center CDM, Ships and Ship Systems CDM, Warfare Systems Readiness & Assessment CDM, Sensors, Electronics & EW Sys Eng & Sustainment CDM, Surface Ship & MARCOR Combat Systems RDT&E CDM, Energetics RDT&E, Engr & Manufacturing CDM, MCM, Expeditionary & Diving Systems RDT&E CDM, Surface Ship Combat Systems ISE R&SE DCDL, Naval Undersea Warfare Center CDM, USW ISE & Product Support CDM, USW Systems RDT&E Abbreviations: CDL - Competency Domain Leader DCDL - Deputy Competency Domain Leader CDM - Competency Domain Manager

TDM, WEAPONS SYSTEMS, ORDNANCE AND EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND SECURITY (SEA 00VW) CHENG DEP (SEA 05B) TDM, COST ENGINEERING (SEA 05C) CSE, SHIPS (SEA 05D) CSE, INTEGRATED WARFARE SYSTEMS (SEA 05H) CSE, LITTORAL AND MINE WARFARE (SEA 05L) TDM, SHIP INTEGRITY & PERF ENGINEERING (SEA 05P) CSE, SUBS (SEA 05U) CSE, CARRIERS (SEA 05V) TDM, MARINE ENGINEERING (SEA 05Z)

Kistler, Michael R. Sumrean, Nedak White, Robin Hamburger, Patricia Chism, CAPT James Godfrey, Ed Richter, Wayne Miller, Mark Drakeley, George Mitchell, Steve Snyder, C. F. Luebke, William (Bill) Embree, Duane

TDM, WSE - SURFACE (SEA 05W)

Siel, Carl Gates, Robert (Rob)

TDM, WSE - LITTORAL AND MINE WARFARE (SEA 05M)

Summey, Delbert (Ace) Troske, Timothy (Tim) McCormack, Don Van Antwerp, James (Jim)

TDM, WSE - UNDERSEA (SEA 05N)

Lefebvre, Paul

CSE - Chief Systems Engineer TDM - Techncial Domain Manager WSE - Warfare Systems Engineering

R&SE - Research and Systems Engineering Competency EO - Explosive Ordnance Competency IO - Industrial Operations Competency PM - Program Management Competency

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NAVSEA Technical Authorities

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS CSE, CARRIERS (SEA 05V) SDM - CVN 65 Inactivation SDM - CVN 70 and 72 RCOH SDM - CVN 71 RCOH SDM - CVN 78 SDM - CVN 79 SDM - In-Service Carriers Waterfront CHENG - Norfolk NSY Waterfront CHENG - Puget Sound NSY and IMF and Northwest RMC Waterfront CHENG - Ship Repair Facility Yokosuka and Japan RMC Waterfront CHENG - SUPSHIP Newport News CSE, INTEGRATED WARFARE SYSTEMS (SEA 05H) EMI Control/EMC/EMP/RADHAZ - Ships Human Systems Integration Manpower and Personnel SIM - IWS 1.0 - Integrated Combat Systems - Surface Ships SIM - IWS 2.0 - Above Water Sensors - Surface Ships SIM - IWS 3.0 - Weapons - Surface Ships SIM - IWS 5.0 - Undersea Systems - Surface Ships SIM - IWS 6.0 - Command and Control Systems - Surface Ships SIM - IWS 7.0 - Battle Force Training Systems (BFTT) for Surface Ship Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 8.0 - Amphibious & Auxiliary Ship Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 9.0 - DDG 51 Flight 2B/III Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 10.0 - Aircraft Carrier Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 11.0 - DDG 1000 Class Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 12.0 - DDG 51 / CG 47 Class Warfare Systems SIM - IWS 14.0 - LCS Class Warfare Systems Training Architecture and Standards for Surface Ships

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Barron, Claude Miller, Brian Cody, Steven E Lewis, Edward A. Kadala, Edward TBD Strickler, Jon Peters, Mark H. Gillespie, Eric Fry, Paul A. Hedgepeth, Stephen A. Hamburger, Patricia S. Mikoleit, Kurt E. O'Brien, Kelly McTigue, Jiim Davidson, Karole TBD TBD Majumdar, WindJoy Majumdar, WindJoy Gillan, Constance Reynolds, H. D. (Doug) TBD Vipavetz, Steven J. TBD Rickert, Walter K. Best, Ellen M. Gillan, Constance

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BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05V SEA 05V2 SEA 05V2 SEA 05V2 SEA 05V3 SEA 05V3 SEA 05V1 Code 240 Code 240 Code 200 Code 201 SEA 05H NSWC DL Q23 SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H TBD SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H SEA 05H

TECHNICAL DOMAIN CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE CV CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS CSE IWS

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NAVSEA Technical Authorities

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS CSE, LITTORAL AND MINE WARFARE (SEA 05L) SDM - PMS 403 - Remote Minehunting System SDM - PMS 340 - Naval Special Warfare SDM - PMS 406 - Unmanned Maritime Vehicles SDM - PMS 408 - JCREW/EOD SDM - PMS 420 - LCS Mission Modules SDM - PMS 480 - Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) - Surface Ships SDM - PMS 485 - Maritime Surveillance Systems SDM - PMS 495 - Mine Warfare CSE, SHIPS (SEA 05D) Maintenanace and Modernization Engineering - In-Service Surface Ships New Construction Surface Ship Certification SDM - Advanced Surface Ship Concepts SDM - AGOR SDM - Combatant Craft and Boats SDM - DDG 1000 Baseline Design SDM - DDG 1000 Systems Development SDM - DDG 51 Flight III (Future Surface Combatant) SDM - DDG 51 In Line Construction SDM - DDG 51 Upgrade & Modernization SDM - Egyptian FMC SDM - High Speed Vessels SDM - In-Service CG SDM - In-Service DDG SDM - In-Service FFG SDM - In-Service LCS SDM - In-Service LHD/LHA/LCC/AS/LPD 4 SDM - In-Service LPD 17 SDM - In-Service LSD/MCM/MHC/PC/CONSTITUTION TBD TBD TBD TBD

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Chisum, CAPT James

BUSINESS UNIT CODE PEO LMW COS SEA 05L SEA 05L SEA 05L SEA 05L SEA 05L NSWC CR SEA 05L SEA 05L SEA 05D SEA 05D5 SEA 05DB SEA 05D1 SEA 05D4 NSWC CD23 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D2 NSWC CD23 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D5

TECHNICAL DOMAIN CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE LMW CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS

Ellia, CDR Matt Konerman, Michael TBD TBD White, Robin Gobris, Francis Finney, Raymond R. Webster, James S. Mackes, Joseph Whitford, Malcolm W. Higgins, Chris Summers, Andrew B. Czapiewski, Peter M. Proctor, Barry Pearce, Franklin D. Paryzek, Andrew J. Austin, Wm H. (Trey) Grogan, Glen Tsao, Fred C. Tait, Brian Fulton, John Kotacka, Rolf O. Ramsay, Robert Berberich, William G.

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS SDM - LCAC and JMAC SDM - LCC SLEP/Modernization SDM - LCS Flt 0 Ship 1 - LM SDM - LCS Flt 0 Ship 2 - GD SDM - LHA 6 SDM - LHA 7 SDM - LHD 8 SDM - LPD 17 SDM - MPF(F) MLP SDM - ONR Ship Programs SDM - SBX-1 SDM - T-AGM 25 SDM - T-AGS 66 SDM - T-AKE SDM - T-AO(X) SDM - T-ATF(X) SIM - Topside Design - Surface Ships Waterfront CHENG - Norfolk Ship Support Activity (NSSA) Waterfront CHENG - Southeast RMC Waterfront CHENG - Southwest RMC Waterfront CHENG - SUPSHIP Bath Waterfront CHENG - SUPSHIP Gulf Coast CSE, SUBS (SEA 05U) Arrangements - Submarines Deep Submergence System Scope of Certification (DSS SOC) Technical Requirements SDM - Advanced Submarine Concepts SDM - Advanced Undersea Systems SDM - DDS/Carry-on/Host Ship (LOT, LOC, DDS) SDM - In-Service Submarines TBD

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Mebane, Walter L. Lawler, Jeff J. Izenson, Shawn M Ira, Doug Higgins, Kerry Hatcher , Shaun Crowe, Pat Cannon, Tom Chang, Jason Miles, Andrew Fink, Jeff Chang, Jason Strickland, Jason Smith, Mark TBD Kalnajs, Ansis Kleisler, Roderick Caffey, John W. Fogelberg, Andrew Warren, Richard L. Dobbins, Porter, King Richter, Wayne V. Miles, Teresa L. Schoenwiesner, Richard A. Mennitt, Stuart H. Davey, Robert S Umholtz, Mark L. Gardner, Glenn E.

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BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05D3 SEA 05D3 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D2 SEA 05D3 SEA 05D3 SEA 05D3 SEA 05D3 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D5 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D4 SEA 05D3 Code 200 Code 240 Code 200 Code 201 Code 200 SEA 05U SEA 05U1 SEA 05U3 SEA 05U6 SEA 05U5 SEA 05U1 SEA 05U7T

TECHNICAL DOMAIN CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SHIPS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS SDM - Moored Training Ship (S6G) SDM - Multi-Mission Program (MMP) and Multi-Mission Equipment (MME) SDM - OHIO Replacement Common Missile Compartment SDM - OHIO Replacement Whole Boat SDM - Submarine of Opportunity, Irregular Warfare and Associated Cross-Platform Integration SDM - Submarine Rescue SDM - Submarine TEMPALTS SDM - VIRGINIA Class Block III/IV SDM - VIRGINIA Class Construction and Fleet Introduction SIM - Submarine Warfare Systems Submarine Safety (SUBSAFE) Technical Requirements Waterfront CHENG - Pearl Harbor NSY and IMF and Hawaii RMC Waterfront CHENG - Portsmouth NSY Waterfront CHENG - SUPSHIP Groton TDM, COST ENGINEERING (SEA 05C) CEM - Aircraft Carriers CEM - Amphibious, Auxilliary and Sea Lift Ships CEM - Industrial Planning and Analysis - NAVSEA CEM - Littoral and Mine Warfare, and LCS - NAVSEA CEM - Submarines CEM - Surface Combatants (except LCS) CEM - Weapons Systems - NAVSEA TDM, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE ENGINEERING (COMNSWC) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Ordnance Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation Small Arms and Weapons - NAVSEA CAD/PAD Devices TDM, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (SEA 04R)

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Addision, Amos M. Knox, Bruce W. Gregory, Michael J. Pyne, Patricia M. Davey, Robert S. Shackleford, Gregory P. Bernhard, David D. Ameen, Edward S. Cartwight, David A. Lose, Steven J. Guinan, Thomas K. Yim, Brian D MacGinnis, John A. Gentile, John D. Sumrean, Nidak Chewning, Irv Clarke, M. Scott Pfeiffer, Lisa Lustre, Virginia A. Benning, Alan Mondal, Abdul Parker, Bruce M. RDML Shannon Briggs, A. N. (Terry), III Zimms, Kenneth H. Zeller, Charles Brice, James

BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05U3 SEA 05U5 SEA 05U4 SEA 05U4 SEA 05U5 SEA 05U5 SEA 05U3 SEA 05U2 SEA 05U2 PEO SUB SEA 05U3 Code 240 Code 240 Code 200 SEA 05C SEA 05C5 SEA 05C3 SEA 05C1 SEA 05C7 SEA 05C6 SEA 05C2 SEA 05C4 COMNSWC NEOD NSWC IH71 NSWC CR 408 NSWC IH SEA 04R

TECHNICAL DOMAIN CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS CSE SUBS TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM CE TDM EOE TDM EOE TDM EOE TDM EOE TDM EOE / NAVAIR TDM IE

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS Dry-docks Metrology and Calibration - NAVSEA Occupational Safety and Health Requirements and Regulations - NAVSEA RADIACS TDM, MARINE ENGINEERING (SEA 05Z) Batteries and Battery Monitoring Systems - Ships Machinery ­ Boilers and Main Condensers ­ Ships Machinery - Climate Control Systems - Ships Machinery - Controls and Monitoring Systems - Ships Machinery - Deck and Underway Replenishment Systems Machinery - Diesel Engines - Ships Machinery - Electrical Systems - Ships Machinery - Fluid Systems - Ships Machinery - Gas Turbine Engines - Ships Machinery - Hydraulic Systems - Ships Machinery - Launcher HM&E Systems - Submarines Machinery - Power Trains ­ Ships Machinery - Steam Turbines - Ships Machinery - Total Ship Power/Integrated Power Systems Machinery - Weapons and Cargo Handling and Aviation Support Systems - Surface Ships Machinery Integration ­ Ships Submarine Sail Systems HM&E TDM, OCEAN ENGINEERING (SEA 00C) Diving System Safety Certification Diving Systems Salvage Underwater Ship Husbandry TDM, SHIP INTEGRITY & PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING (SEA 05P)

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Ewell, Gregory S. Pandit, Vishnu (Kisan) B. Gelker, LCDR, Jennifer, R. Shirai, Wynn M. Drakeley, George Cherry, Dave Kitchin, Doyle Hagar, Richard A. McCullough, Jay Salo, Richard Hartranft, John J. Moniri, Khosrow H. Felde, Mike Osborne, Michael E. Carroll, Thomas Oberly, Deborah Collins, Charles Maguire, John McMullen, David McCoy, Gordon Martin, Tom DiTaranto, Paul C. Keenan, CAPT, Patrick J. Warren, Robert L. Fenner, James Dean, Michael S. Dean, Michael S. Godfrey, Edward

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BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 04XQ SEA 04RME SEA 04RS SEA 04LR SEA 05Z SEA 05Z3 SEA 05Z2 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z3 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z2 SEA 05Z3 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z2 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z2 SEA 05Z2 SEA 05Z3 SEA 05Z4 SEA 05Z1 NSWC CD96 SEA 00C SEA 00C4 SEA 00C6 SEA 00C5 SEA 00C5 SEA 05P

TECHNICAL DOMAIN TDM IE TDM IE TDM IE TDM IE TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM ME TDM OE TDM OE TDM OE TDM OE TDM OE TDM SIPE

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS Arrangements - Surface Ships Chemical & Biological Defense for Navy Warfighters Damage and Fire Recoverability - Ships Damage Control and Personnel Protection - Ships Electromagnetic Signatures and Susceptibility - Ships Environmental Systems and Materials Engineering - Ships Fire Protection Systems - Ships Fuels and Lubricants - Ships Habitability Systems - Ships Hydrodynamics, including Propulsor, Hull, Appendage and Vehicles Machinery - Submarine Struct Closure, Hull Outfitting, Escape & Rescue, & Spec Warfare Sys Materials - Cathodic Protection Systems - Ships Materials - Coatings and Corrosion Control - Ships Materials - Ferrous Materials, Welding and Fabrication Processes for Structures ­ Ships Materials - Metallic Materials, Welding and Fabrication Processes for Machinery ­ Ships Materials - Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation - Ships Materials - Non-Ferrous Metallic Materials and Fasteners, Welding and Fabrication Processes for Structures - Ships Materials - Non-metallic - Ships Naval Integrated Body Protective Armor for Navy Warfighters Shock - Ships Signatures and Susceptibility (Topside) - NAVSEA Signatures and Susceptibility (Underwater) - NAVSEA Structural Deep Submergence Systems Structural Integrity - Aircraft Carriers Structural Integrity - Submarines Structural Integrity - Surface Ships

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Perkins, Peri Cofield, Jon Satterfield, Dave Kuzma, Henry J. Riley, Michael McGraw, Peter Hunstad, Mary Toms, Gregory Battisti, Anthony Crockett, Charles R. (Ron) Shea, Brandan B. Seelinger, Andrew Ingle, Mark W. Blackburn, Joseph Mitchell, W. E. (Gene) Lipetzky, Kirsten Wong, Catherine Owen, David P. Gray, Edward R. Campbell, Michael Yi, Suk Shaw, Michael Bell-Slusser, Karl M. Martir, Evelisse Martir, Benito Nappi, Nat, Jr

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BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05P2 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2 SEA 05P2

TECHNICAL DOMAIN TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS Vulnerability Reduction - Ships Weight Control and Stability - Ships Afloat Medical Programs TDM, WARFARE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - LITTORAL AND MINE WARFARE (SEA 05M) In-Service Combat Systems - MCM/MHC Class LCS Mission Modules Mine Warfare Systems Unmanned Surface Vehicle Systems Wet Combat Submerible Systems TDM, WARFARE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - SURFACE (SEA 05W) Combat and Weapons Control System Integration - Surface Ships Combat Identification Systems - Ships Directed Energy and Electric Weapon Systems IWS Integration ­ Surface Ships Displays and Human Factors Engineering for Surface Ship Warfare Systems Electronic Warfare Systems and Decoys - Surface Ships Electro-optic and Infrared (EO/IR) Sensing Systems - NAVSEA (except submarines) Force Level Warfare and Combat Systems Assessment - NAVSEA (except USW) Geographic Databases - Ships Guns - Surface Ships In-Service Combat Systems - Aircraft Carriers In-Service Combat Systems - CG 47 Class In-Service Combat Systems - DDG 51 Class In-Service Combat Systems - FFG 7 Class In-Service Combat Systems - L Class (LHA, LHD, LSD 41/49, LPD 17) Joint Warfare Analysis - NAVSEA Launcher Systems - Surface Ships (except USW)

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Nutting, Roger M. Cimino, Dominick Patton, Daron , LCDR Summey, Delbert (Ace) Morris, Karl A. Velez, Jose Horton, John D. Santora, Guy A. TBD Siel, Carl Burnett, Dohn TBD Stoudt, David C. Wallace, Daniel Carroll, Gerald (Jerry) Lannan, Keith Cortes, Luis TBD Till, Michael Ramirez, Jorge I. O'Neill, John A. Camacho, Juan G. Vasiloff, Gary D. Childs, James Moreland, James D. Cook, Keith

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BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 05P1 SEA 05P1 SEA 05P2 DTD NSWC Panama City NSWC PC A14 NSWC PC NSWC PC A NSWC PC A03 NSWC PC DTD NSWC Dahlgren NSWC DL W TBD NSWC DL Q04 NSWC DL W62 NSWC CR 807 NSWC CR 805P NSWC CO TBD NSWC DL G NSWC PH S15 NSWC PH A60 NSWC PH A20 NSWC PH A21 NSWC PH S15 NSWC DL W10 NSWC DL G20

TECHNICAL DOMAIN TDM SIPE TDM SIPE TDM SIPE / BUMED TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE LMW TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS Missiles - Surface Ships Navigation Systems - Ships Open Architecture for Software Interoperability Radar and RF Systems - NAVSEA (except submarines) Targeting Systems - Ships Track Management Systems - Ships Implementation of Anti-Tamper within NAVSEA Information Assurance - NAVSEA TDM, WARFARE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - UNDERSEA (SEA 05N) Combat and Weapons Control System Integration - Submarines Distributed Undersea Sensor Systems Exterior Communications and Antenna Systems - Submarines Imaging, Electromagnetic, Electro-Optic, and Electronic Warfare Systems Submarines Integrated USW Missile Launcher Integration - Submarines SIM - Undersea Warfare Systems Sonar Systems - Submarines Sonar Systems - Surface Ships Submarine Training Systems Surface and Air Torpedo Launch Accessories Torpedoes Undersea Range Tracking Systems Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Systems USW Defensive Systems USW Launcher Systems - Payload Integration USW Operational Assessment Waterfront CHENG - Keyport Torpedo Depot

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY Bibel, John, E. Carvil, John Pham, Huong Kniceley, Roger TBD TBD Eichmiller, Sam Perini, Mark Lefebvre, Paul Oliveira, Robert Vaccaro, Mark Exley, Gerard M. Lafreniere, Robert A Kelley, Patrick K. St. Amand, Raymond Herstein, Peter D. Pistacchio, David J. Rubega, Robert W. Wohlgemuth, Thomas Greene, Pete Tompkins, Robert Prater, Neal J. French, Daniel W. Labella, Daniel Galliano, Carlos E. Psikakos, Michael N. Hale, Timothy

BUSINESS UNIT CODE NSWC DD SPWAR-CH-084 NSWC DD W12 NSWC DL Q40 TBD TBD NSWC CR NUWC KPT 40 DTD NUWC Newport NUWC N222 NUWC N06 NUWC N34 NUWC N341 NUWC N25 NUWC N411 NUWC HQ-10 NUWC N15E NUWC N15E NUWC N06 NUWC K42E NUWC N07C NUWC K70A NUWC N82 NUWC N82 NUWC N412 NUWC N07C NUWC K30

TECHNICAL DOMAIN TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface TDM WSE Surface / NAVAIR TDM WSE Surface / SPAWAR TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea TDM WSE Undersea

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TECHNICAL DOMAINS AND WARRANTED TECHNICAL AREAS TDM, WEAPONS SYSTEMS, ORDNANCE AND EXPLOSIVES - SAFETY AND SECURITY (SEA 00VW) Abbreviations: CSE - Chief Systems Engineer TDM - Techncial Domain Manager CEM - Cost Engineering Manager Waterfront CHENG - Waterfront Chief Engineer SDM - Ship Design Manager or Systems Design Manager SIM - Systems Integration Manager

TECHNICAL AUTHORITY DeSimone, Laura

BUSINESS UNIT CODE SEA 00VW / NOSSA ED

TECHNICAL DOMAIN TDM WSOE SS

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