Appendix B
Committee Meetings

FIRST MEETING

July 21-22, 2003

Washington, D.C.

Meeting objectives: National Research Council introduction; complete administrative actions, including committee introductions, composition/balance/bias discussions for committee members, and committee and report procedures; discuss statement of task with sponsor, discuss draft report outline, project plan, and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, location, and dates for the next two committee meetings.

Presenters

Sponsor Discussion Time

John Parmentola, Director of Research and Laboratory Management

C4ISR for the Washington, D.C., Fire Department

Michael Sellitto, Deputy Chief for Special Operations, and Peter LaPorte, Director of Emergency Operations

Army C4ISR Technology for Homeland Defense

Larry L. Fillian, Director, Command and Control Directorate, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center



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Army Science and Technology for Homeland Security: Report 2 - C4ISR Appendix B Committee Meetings FIRST MEETING July 21-22, 2003 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: National Research Council introduction; complete administrative actions, including committee introductions, composition/balance/bias discussions for committee members, and committee and report procedures; discuss statement of task with sponsor, discuss draft report outline, project plan, and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, location, and dates for the next two committee meetings. Presenters Sponsor Discussion Time John Parmentola, Director of Research and Laboratory Management C4ISR for the Washington, D.C., Fire Department Michael Sellitto, Deputy Chief for Special Operations, and Peter LaPorte, Director of Emergency Operations Army C4ISR Technology for Homeland Defense Larry L. Fillian, Director, Command and Control Directorate, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center

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Army Science and Technology for Homeland Security: Report 2 - C4ISR C4ISR Technology for the Objective Force Larry L. Fillian, Director, Command and Control Directorate, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center C4ISR Requirements for the Nation’s First Responders Guy W. Beakley, Vice President of C4ISR, Hicks & Associates, Inc. SECOND MEETING August 25-26, 2003 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: Complete composition/balance/bias discussions for committee members; examine joint and service doctrine describing the mission of the Army in HLS; examine C4ISR requirements for civilian emergency responders; preview C4ISR technologies that may have collaboration potential; discuss project plan and report realization; discuss concept draft, make additional writing assignments; confirm objectives, location, and dates for the next two committee meetings. Presenters C4ISR Requirements for the Army’s Objective Force Lieutenant General Johnny M. Riggs, USA, Director, Objective Force Task Force Homeland Security Command and Control ACTD Glenn Cooper, Assistant Technical Manager, Defense Information Systems Agency Role of the Army Reserve in Homeland Defense Brigadier General Gary Profit, Deputy Chief Army Reserve, Office of the Chief Army Reserve Interagency Board for Equipment Standardization and Interoperability Working Group Trey Gannon, Senior Research Scientist, Dartmouth College Army Homeland Security Doctrine Larry Heystek, Homeland Security Directorate, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Capabilities of the Department of Energy Laboratories Frank Akers, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Army Science and Technology for Homeland Security: Report 2 - C4ISR Perspectives of the Department of Homeland Security Michael Lowder, Operations Branch Chief, Response Division, Department of Homeland Security Fusion Based Knowledge (Intelligence and Information Warfare) Dan Kuderna, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center The New Research, Development and Engineering Command Major General John Doesburg, Commanding General, Research, Development, and Engineering Command (Provisional) Joint Doctrine for Homeland Security Mark L. Goracke, Headquarters, Department of the Army, G-3 Long Wave Micro-Sensor (Night Vision and Sensors) Stuart Horn, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center MOSAIC (Space and Terrestrial Communications) Larry Muzello, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center JTRS Squad Level Communications (Space and Terrestrial Communications) Perry Hugo, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Agile Commander (Command and Control) Charles Miller, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center HLS/DaVinci (Command and Control) Charles Miller, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Defense Collaborative Tool Suite (Command and Control) Anthony Tom, Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center

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Army Science and Technology for Homeland Security: Report 2 - C4ISR THIRD MEETING September 17-19, 2003 Woods Hole, Massachusetts Meeting objectives: Complete composition/balance/bias discussions; discuss project plan and report realization; discuss first full message draft; make additional writing assignments; confirm objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. FOURTH MEETING October 27-28, 2003 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: Discuss project plan and report realization, discuss concurrence draft, and discuss review process.