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1 The State of DoD Biometrics Biometrics Consortium Conference 22 Sep 2010 Mr Tom Dee Director, Defense Biometrics Director, JRAC OSD (AT&L), DDR&E 1

2 Agenda What We ve Done Biometrics within DoD Required Capabilities Acquisition Future Vision Summary Friend? Enemy? Neutral? DoD must institutionalize and enhance our capabilities to to fight the wars we we are in in today and the scenarios we we are most likely to to face in in the years ahead. -- Secretary of of Defense Robert M. M. Gates, 6 Apr

3 Components of a Capacity Storage Matching Analysis Decide Combat Identification All source information Biometric Matching Engine Intelligence to Inform and Predict All Source Identity Intelligence Analysis Collection Developing Evidence to Detain, Prosecute and Convict Physical Access Controls 3

4 What We Have Done Collection Systems Biometrics Automated Toolset (BAT) Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE) Secure Electronic Enrollment Kit (SEEK) Biometric Identification System for Access (BISA) Collection Systems ($m) 3, ,664 FY08 FY09 FY10 Store / Match / Share Store / Match / Share ($m) Automated Biometrics Identity System (ABIS) Analysis Biometrics Enabled Intelligence - Biometric Intelligence Repository (BIR) - Automated Identity Management System (AIMS) Expeditionary Forensics - Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facility (JEFFs) - Combined Explosives Exploitation Cell (CEXC) - Reach-back capability (AFDIL, USACIL, DCFL, TEDAC) FY08 FY09 FY10 Expeditionary Labs in Theater Iraq: 7 Afghanistan: 8 4

5 Current DoD Biometrics Focus Institutionalization - Developed a DoD Directive and formalized the governance process - Two formal Programs of Record and two pending Provide Capabilities to the Warfighter - Provide enterprise support to users in Iraq and Afghanistan - Field biometric collection devices to the warfighter - Address the urgent operational needs of the commanders on the ground Promote Interagency Sharing and Standardization - Share biometric data with FBI and DHS - Develop, implement, and enforce standards across DoD in conjunction with the Interagency and international community DHS FBI DoD 5

6 Developing DoD s Capability All DoD components dependent on a single authoritative repository (ABIS) for capability - That enterprise system is DoD s interface with Interagency partners Service unique Tactical Collection Systems are acceptable, and possibly appropriate, so long as they conform to enterprise system architecture and standards Deployed DoD Biometric capabilities depend on: - Formalized requirements that lead to Programs of Record - An enterprise architecture to support the sharing of data - Acquisition programs to develop and field capabilities 6

7 DoD s Biometric Capabilities Border Control/ Ports of Entry Vetting Base & Checkpoint Security Maritime Interception Operations Core Capabilities Biometrics Enterprise - Automated Biometrics Identification System (ABIS) Tactical Collection - Biometrics Automated Toolset (BAT) - Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE) - Secure Electronic Enrollment Kit (SEEK) Sensitive Site Exploitation Detainee Operations Defend the Homeland Targeting Access Control - Biometric Identification System for Access (BISA) - Defense Biometrics Identification System (DBIDS) Intelligence - Biometric Intelligence Repository (BIR) - Automated Identity Management System (AIMS) Forensics - Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facility (JEFF) - Combined Explosives Exploitation Cell (CEXC) 7

8 Institutionalizing the Biometrics Capability Capabilities FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 Biometrics Enterprise Biometric Enabling Capability (Army) Tactical Collection Joint Personnel Identification (Army) Identity Dominance System (Navy) Sensitive Site Exploitation (SOCOM) Intelligence Biometric Enabled Intelligence (DIA) Forensics Battlefield Forensics (Army) CPD AOA ICD CDD MS B ICD AOA CDD MS B CPD IOC CBA ICD MS B AOA ICD DCR IOC AOA Analysis of Alternatives CBA Capabilities Based Assessment CDD Capability Development Document CPD Capability Production Document DCR DOTMLPF Change Recommendation ICD Initial Capabilities Document IOC Initial Operational Capability MS B Milestone B (Acquisition Decision) 8

9 Army Acquisition Strategy Proposed Biometrics Enabling Capability (BEC) Characteristics / Description DoD authoritative biometric repository Multi-modal storage & matching (Fingerprint, Palm, Iris, Face) Planned Future Capabilities Increased system size & throughput SOA/web services SIPR/NIPR web portal Cross domain solution Acquisition Strategy ABIS/BEC to become Program of Record 4Q2011 Competitive contract awards in 2011 and 2012 MS B in 2012 to establish BEC INC 1 Joint Personnel Identification v2 (JPIv2) Characteristics / Description Tactical collection system to match, store, and share multimodal biometric (fingerprint, iris, face) and contextual data Planned Future Capabilities Increased collection speed, match speed, and memory Improved access to authoritative database Additional modalities (palm and voice) Geo-location support Acquisition Strategy MS B in 2012 to establish JPIv2 as Program of Record Competitive award in 2012 to select COTS replacement hand-held and static systems 9

10 Navy Acquisition Strategy Supports Navy Expanded Maritime Interception Operations Employed by shipboard Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) teams Relies on DoD authoritative biometric repository As Is COTS product Finger / face only Supports wireless transfer IDS Overview To Be Collection of: Finger / face / iris Digital Forensic data: documents and electronic media After action mission reporting Local matching Supports wireless transfer Man portable < 10 lbs Marinized, EMI/EMC compliant Inventory Objective (328) facilitates use of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) development and production strategy Competitive awards Acquisition Strategy Phase I: 5 vendors delivered concept papers Phase II: 1 S/W, 2 H/W vendors for prototype, manufacturing plan, IOT&E (1 H/W vendor withdrew) Phase III: 3QFY12; single award for commercialization with production options(s) MS B Sep 10 Initial Operational Capability (IOC) 4QFY12 IDS aligns with the Biometrics Enterprise and future Joint solution (BEC/JPIv2) 10

11 Other Programs Multiple non acquisition activities COTS and GOTS Common Enterprise Architecture Synchronized through EXCOM Governance Structure with OSD Level visibility 11

12 Future DoD Biometrics Vision Strategic Drivers Executive Guidance -HSPD 12 -HSPD 24 Evolving Threat -Asymmetric -Individual Actor Future Operations -SOF -Limited Access Limitations -Resources -Infrastructure Key Considerations Future Collections - Intel, Special Operations, law enforcement o Where and how will we obtain future collections? Biometrics in Identity Management - Supporting physical access, logical access, and business functions o What role will biometrics play in support of Identity Management? Steady State of Battlefield Forensics - Forensic analysis of latent biometric samples link an individual to an event o What biometric enabled capabilities need to be enduring to support Battlefield Forensics? The future vision for biometrics must consider how to to provide an enabling capability to to existing and emerging DoD missions 12

13 Interagency Operational View IAFIS BAT HIIDE IDENT ABIS BIR/AIMS SEEK BISA DBIDS JEFF CEXC As the primary forward collector of of biometric information, DoD must continue to to encourage efficient data sharing across the US Government 13

14 Summary The DoD Biometrics program is on a positive trajectory, but still requires further investment and maturity Institutionalization Provide Capabilities to the Warfighter Promote Interagency Sharing and Standardization We are on track to develop an enduring capability within DoD Army BEC, JPI Navy IDS USSOCOM SSE Intelligence BEI Maintain an agile enterprise to support: Military operations and intelligence Physical access, logical access, and business functions Forensics Build on past success and focus on supporting the warfighter and DoD user in in a hybrid environment 14

15 Discussion What is is needed is is a portfolio of of military capabilities with maximum versatility across the widest possible spectrum of of conflict. -- Secretary of of Defense Robert M. M. Gates, Jul

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