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NOSC INSTRUCTION 5400.2H 

From:  Commander, Naval Ocean Systems Center 
To:    Division Heads and above 

Subj:  ORGANIZATION MANUAL 

Ref:   (a) NAVMATINST 5400.13A, Organizational Guidelines for R&D Centers
           Under the Command of the Chief of Naval Material 
       (b) NAVMATINST 5450.27C, CNM-Commanded Research and Development Cen-
           ters; missions and functions of 
       (c) OPNAVNOTE 5450 of 27 Feb 1986, Change in delegation of authority
           for certain shore activities 

1.  Purpose.  To set forth the current organization structure of the Center
and outline the functional assignments of major organization elements per the
guidelines in reference (a).  

2.  Cancellation.  NOSCINST 5400.2G and NOSCNOTES 5400 dated as follows:  

         8 Jul 1986                    10 Aug 1987
        15 Aug 1986                    11 Aug 1987 
        26 Nov 1986                    24 Sep 1987
        14 Jan 1987                    13 Nov 1987
        27 Jan 1987                    24 Feb 1988 (2)
        25 Mar 1987                     7 Apr 1988 
        29 Jul 1987                    14 Apr 1988 
         7 Aug 1987


3.  Information.  This manual shows approved organization structure and func-
tions of Center elements consistent with the Center's mission as assigned in
references (b) and (c).  

4.  Action and Responsibilities 

    a.  Department Heads and Heads of Major Staff Offices.  Department heads
and heads of major staff offices will periodically review their organization
structure and functional statements to make sure that they are current and
accurate.  Proposed changes to this manual should be sent to Central Staff,
Code 09.  

    b.  Central Staff.  Central Staff, Code 09, will maintain and monitor the
organization structure and functional alignment of the Center; give guidance,
advice, and assistance in developing changes; and assure that the organization
manual is updated concurrently with approved organization changes.  

5.  Organizational Changes 

    a.  Organization changes must meet criteria and aims of the Center's posi-
tion management program by improving use of personnel, financial, and facility
resources.  


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    b.  All proposed organization changes will be reviewed and approved by the
cognizant department head and sent for review to the NOSC Position Management
Officer, Code 02, via Code 14 and Code 13 for position management impact and
correlation with Center practice.  The following information should be given:  

        (1) A general statement of what is proposed and its purpose and goals.  

        (2) An organization chart marked with the proposed changes.  

        (3) The number and wage grade or Demonstration Project level of all
personnel for each organization element for the existing and proposed organi-
zation.  

        (4) A functional statement for all changes.  

6.  Directive Responsibility.  The Head, Central Staff, Code 09, is respon-
sible for keeping this instruction current.  



                                                         /s/E. G. SCHWEIZER 

Distribution:  
B 

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               MISSION, FUNCTIONS, AND LEADERSHIP ASSIGNMENTS


The mission and functions of the Naval Ocean Systems Center are stated in
NAVMATINST 5450.27C and OPNAVNOTE 5450 of 27 Feb 1986.  

1. Mission.  The mission of the Naval Ocean Systems Center is to be the prin-
cipal Navy RDT&E Center for command control, communications, ocean surveil-
lance, surface- and air-launched undersea weapons systems, and submarine
arctic warfare.  

2.  Functions.  As a major Navy R&D Center, NOSC is primarily oriented toward
research, development, and product improvement but may perform functions
across the complete life cycle of a particular program or system.  Major func-
tional capabilities include:  

    a.  Basic research.  

    b.  Exploratory development.  

    c.  Advanced development.  

    d.  Assessment of science and technology base.  

    e.  Mission analysis.  

    f.  Concept exploration and system demonstration/validation.  

    g.  Full-scale engineering development.  

    h.  Engineering in support of production.  

    i.  Test and evaluation.  

    j.  Major RDT&E facility management.  

    k.  User services and support to operating forces including product
improvement.  

3.  Leadership Assignments.  NOSC is responsible for Navywide leadership in:  

    a.  Multiplatform command control and communications (C3) systems.  

    b.  Multiplatform combat systems integration.  

    c.  Ocean surveillance (electromagnetic/electro-optic/acoustic reconnais-
sance and search).  

    d.  Deep ocean engineering.  

    e.  Shipboard internal communications.  

    f.  Marine biosciences.  

    g.  Environmental description and prediction for ocean surveillance and
C3.  


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    h.  Surface ship ASW fire control.  

    i.  Surface- and air-launched torpedoes.  


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                             TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Code   Title                                                   Page     Chart 

       Naval Ocean Systems Center Organization                          00/01 

00     Commander ..............................................00/01-1 
001      Office of Legal Counsel ..............................00/01-1 
002      Deputy EEO Officer ...................................00/01-1 
004      Command Master Chief .................................00/01-2 
005      Officer in Charge, Hawaii Laboratory .................00/01-2 
006      Facilities Engineering Office ........................00/01-3 
007      Internal Review Staff ................................00/01-3 
008      Occupational Safety and Health Office ................00/01-3 

01     Technical Director .....................................00/01-4 
013      Program Director for Research ........................00/01-4 
014      Program Director for Technology ......................00/01-4 
015      Assistant Technical Director for Hawaii Laboratory ...00/01-5 

02     Deputy Technical Director ..............................02-1 
021      Associate for Program Assessments and Design 
           Reviews ............................................02-1 

03     Chief Staff Officer ....................................03-1     03 
032      Public Affairs Office ................................03-1 
033      Marine Corps Liaison Office ..........................03-1 

09     Central Staff ..........................................09-1     09 
0901     Comptroller ..........................................09-1 
0902     STAFS Program Office .................................09-1 
0903     Administration and Clerical Staff ....................09-1 
10       Budget Division ......................................09-1 
11       Administrative Systems Division ......................09-2 
12       Accounting Division ..................................09-2 
13       Management Assistance Division .......................09-2 

14     Civilian Personnel Officer .............................14-1     14 
1401     Associate Personnel Officer ..........................14-1 
1402     Special Assistant for ADP System and Compensation ....14-1 
1403     Special Assistant for Federal Employees Retirement 
           System (FERS) ......................................14-1 
141      Personnel Operations Office #1 .......................14-1 
142      Personnel Operations Office #2 .......................14-2 
143      Employment/Development Office ........................14-2 
144      Employee/Labor Relations Office ......................14-2 

15     Security/Safety Office .................................15-1     15 
1503     Guard Contract Coordinator ...........................15-1 
1504     Security/Safety Operations Coordinator ...............15-1 
1505     Security/Safety Office - Hawaii ......................15-2 
151      Personnel Security Group .............................15-2 
152      Information Security Group ...........................15-2 
153      ADP/Systems Security Group ...........................15-2 

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Code   Title                                                   Page     Chart  


154      Physical Security Group ..............................15-3 
155      Occupational Safety and Health Office ................15-3 

16     Systems Planning Group .................................16-1     16 
1601     Associate Head .......................................16-1 
1607     Administrative Staff .................................16-1 
1609     Military Deputy ......................................16-1 
161      Planning Guidance ....................................16-2 
162      Threat Studies .......................................16-2 

17     Intelligence Office ....................................17-1     17 
171      Scientific and Technical Intelligence Liaison Group ..17-1 
172      Special Security and Special Activities Group ........17-1 

18     Fleet Readiness Office .................................18-1     18 
1801     TAC/D&E Program Office ...............................18-1 
1802     NSAP Program Office ..................................18-1 
1809     Military Deputy.......................................18-1
181      Applications Engineering Group .......................18-2
183      Military Liaison Group ...............................18-2 

19     Arctic Submarine Laboratory ............................19-1     19 
1901     Deputy Director ......................................19-1 
1902     Advisor ..............................................19-1 
1903     Administrative Support ...............................19-1 
191      Sonar Development Programs Office ....................19-1 
192      Research Office ......................................19-1 
193      Fleet Operations Office ..............................19-1 
194      Laboratory Operations ................................19-1 

20     Supply Department ......................................20-1     20 
201      Deputy Supply Officer ................................20-1 
202      Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization 
           Specialist .........................................20-1 
203      Assistant Supply Officer .............................20-1 
21       Contracts Division ...................................20-1 
22       Customer Services and Material Division ..............20-1 
23       Supply Office, Hawaii ................................20-2 

30     Military Support Department ............................30-1     30 
301      Military Administration ..............................30-1 
302      Chief Master at Arms ................................. -- 
303      Career Counselor ..................................... -- 
31       Service Craft Operations Division ....................30-1 
32       Diving Division ......................................30-1 
33       Communications Support Division ......................30-1 

40     Command and Control Department .........................40-1     40 
401      Administrative Staff .................................40-1 
402      Technical Staff ......................................40-1 
405      Battle Force Command and Control (BFCC) 
           Coordination Office ................................40-1 
41       Systems Engineering and Evaluation Division ..........40-2 

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Code   Title                                                   Page     Chart 


42       Information Systems Division .........................40-2 
43       Shipboard Command and Control Division ...............40-3 
44       Advanced Command and Control Technologies Division ...40-3 
45       Command and Control Systems Interoperability 
           Division ...........................................40-3 

50     Marine Sciences and Technology Department ..............50-1     50 
501      Senior Technical Staff ...............................50-1 
502      Administrative Staff .................................50-1 
51       Biosciences Division .................................50-1 
52       Environmental Sciences Division ......................50-1 
53       Advanced Systems Division ............................50-1 
54       Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Division ..............50-2 
55       Solid State Electronics Division .....................50-2 
56       Electronic Material Sciences Division ................50-3 

60     Antisubmarine Warfare Department .......................60-1     60 
602      Administrative Staff Office ..........................60-1 
603      MK-50 Program Office .................................60-1 
604      Associate for ASW Architecture and Engineering .......60-1
605      Associate for Advanced ASW Concepts ..................60-1
61       ASW Weapons Division .................................60-1 
62       Integrated ASW Systems Development Division ..........60-1 
63       ASW Technology Division ..............................60-2 
64       Weapons Systems Test and Evaluation and Ranges 
           Division ...........................................60-2 
65       ASW Systems Engineering Division .....................60-2 
66       ASW Analysis and Simulation Division .................60-2

70     Surveillance Department ................................70-1     70 
701      Associate for Undersea Surveillance ..................70-1 
702      Senior Technical Staff ...............................70-1 
704      Administrative Staff .................................70-1 
705      Surveillance Technology ..............................70-1 
71       Acoustic Systems and Technology Division .............70-2 
72       Surveillance Systems Engineering Division ............70-2 
73       Signal and Information Processing Division ...........70-2 
74       Electromagnetic Surveillance and Technology 
           Division ...........................................70-2 
75       Electronic Warfare Division ..........................70-2 
76       Space Systems and Technology Division ................70-2 
77       Signals Warfare Division .............................70-2 

80     Communications Department ..............................80-1     80 
801      Military Deputy ......................................80-1 
804      Communications Support System Program Office..........80-1 
805      Technical Staff ......................................80-1 
807      Administrative Staff .................................80-2 
808      TECHBASE Program Management Office ...................80-2 
82       Shipboard Systems Division ...........................80-2 
83       Submarine Systems Division ...........................80-2 


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Code   Title                                                   Page     Chart  


84       Space Systems Division ...............................80-3 
85       Integrated Systems and Networking Division ...........80-3 

90     Engineering and Computer Sciences Department ...........90-1     90 
903      Technical Staff Office ...............................90-1 
904      Administrative Staff Office ..........................90-1 
91       Computer Sciences and Simulation Division ............90-1 
92       Product Assurance Division ...........................90-2 
93       Design and Development Division ......................90-2 
94       Ocean Engineering Division ...........................90-2 
95       Support Engineering Division .........................90-2 
96       Technical Information Division .......................90-3 

(See hard copy for all organization charts.) 

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COMMANDER, CODE 00 

1.  Commands the Naval Ocean Systems Center providing direction, guidance, and
support in carrying out the mission of the Center as assigned by the Secretary
of the Navy with direct responsibility to the Commander, Space and Naval War-
fare Systems Command.  
2.  Exercises command of the military activities and personnel.  
3.  Ensures awareness of Center technical capabilities, achievements, and
needs by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command and the fleet.  
4.  Infuses fleet experiences into Center technical planning, research, and
development.  
5.  Implements Navy EEO policy at the Center.  

OFFICE OF LEGAL COUNSEL, CODE 001 

1.  Provides legal advice and services in contract law essential to unlimited
procurement authority including modifications, final contracting decisions,
and reviews per Federal acquisition law and regulations.  Provides legal
advice and services in all other areas of law affecting the Center upon
request of Commander, NOSC, or Center organizations.  
2.  Provides necessary legal advice in Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)
and other personnel management related hearings.  
3.  Represents the Center in all other administrative hearings.  
4.  Coordinates action with the United States Attorney or Department of Jus-
tice Attorney in district court or circuit court actions.  
5.  Acts as Deputy Ethics Counselor coordinating actions on DD Forms 1555,
Standard Forms 278, and internal memoranda on avoidance of conflicts of inter-
est.  Acts as chief advisor to the Command in Government ethics and instructor
on Standards of Conduct statutes and regulations.  
6.  Reviews and coordinates actions on employee claims and informal commit-
ments.  
7.  Advises the Internal Review Staff and the Naval Investigative Service on
legal matters as needed.  
8.  Coordinates actions with other activities on environmental law matters.  
9.  Provides legal advice and services in regard to patents, copyrights,
trademarks, data, and state-of-the-art searching.  
10. Identifies and obtains invention disclosures from NOSC employees and con-
tractors, evaluates these inventions from the standpoint of Navy interest,
searches the prior art to ascertain patentability, files patent applications
on authorized inventions, and prosecutes each application before the Patent
and Trademark Office until a patent is granted.  
11. Reviews all R&D procurements for the inclusion of the proper patent and
data clauses in resulting contracts.  
12. Reviews all R&D contracts at the time of completion for required submis-
sion of invention disclosures and/or improper restrictive markings on data
deliverables and, when appropriate, challenges and resolves issues with the
contractor regarding these matters.  
13. Assists Navy administrative tribunals and the Department of Justice, when
requested, in obtaining evidence to support the Government's position in pat-
ent infringement claims and actions.  

DEPUTY EEO OFFICER, CODE 002 

1.  Advises and assists the Center Commander and Center management in meeting
obligations to execute equal employment opportunity (EEO) policies through a

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CODE 002 (continued) 

continuing affirmative action program and to prohibit discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex (including sexual harassment), national origin,
physical handicap, or age in all aspects of employment.  Has direct access to
the Center Commander.  
2.  Manages special emphasis programs to address the concerns of women and
Hispanics and to make sure that they are an integral part of the overall NOSC
EEO Program.  
3.  Coordinates the precomplaint counseling process, suggests avenues for
resolution, identifies problem areas, trains counselors, and administers the
processing of formal complaints.  
4.  Develops EEO awareness programs.  
5.  Establishes and maintains continuing relations with minority and women's
organizations, community leaders, educators, and special recruitment sources.  
6.  Directs the Civilian Employee Assistance Program (CEAP)/Employee Counsel-
ing Services Program (ECSP).  
7.  Oversees the recruitment task force designed to assist recruiters in
attracting qualified minority and women candidates to the Center's New Profes-
sional Program.  
8.  Conducts, with staff members, annual EEO supervisory training for all
supervisors.  
9.  Develops, implements, and monitors Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment
Program (FEORP), focusing resources to eliminate or reduce underrepresentation
of targeted groups in specific occupations and grade levels.  
10. Administers the Handicap Program at NOSC.  
11. Develops, administers, and evaluates the multiyear affirmative action plan
and annual affirmative action program plan for employment of the handicapped.  
12. Periodically assesses the Command's performance in EEO and implements or
coordinates the implementation of necessary corrective actions.  

COMMAND MASTER CHIEF, CODE 004 

1.  Acts as the principal enlisted advisor to the Commander, NOSC, to keep the
Command aware of existing or potential situations, procedures, and practices
which affect the welfare, morale, job satisfaction, and use of enlisted per-
sonnel.  

OFFICER IN CHARGE, HAWAII LABORATORY, CODE 005 

1.  Responsible to the Commander and the Technical Director for technical
coordination and administrative management of the Hawaii Laboratory and its
programs and personnel in conjunction with cognizant Center organizations;
administrative and technical support of personnel and programs temporarily
assigned to the Hawaii area; logistics and support services required to accom-
plish the Center's mission in Hawaii; and planning the development and use of
Hawaii facilities to meet the needs of technical programs assigned to the
area.  
2.  Represents the Commander and Technical Director in relationships with
other commands and officials in Hawaii.  
3.  As area coordinator for Center activities and facilities in Hawaii,
ensures effective cooperation of all technical efforts in the Hawaii area in
obtaining and using the resources needed to accomplish the technical programs
of the Center.  

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CODE 005 (continued) 

4.  Acts as technical officer for each Center organization represented at the
Hawaii Laboratory.  In this capacity, is subject to the direction of all NOSC
department heads having projects in Hawaii and will collaborate closely with
the project managers resident in Hawaii on all technical and civilian person-
nel issues.   
5.  Concerning matters of laboratory policy, communicates directly with the
Commander and Technical Director.  
6.  Addresses all military and military personnel issues with the Chief Staff
Officer, Code 03.  
7.  Support personnel in Code 005 are administratively supported in San Diego
by Code 03.  

FACILITIES ENGINEERING OFFICE, CODE 006 

1.  Responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Center's land, facil-
ities, and collateral equipment including utility plants and systems; facility
design engineering, planning, energy, and environmental functions; and award
and administration of contracts for construction, repair, alterations, over-
haul of equipment, maintenance service, and demolition within the assigned
levels of authority.  Also responsible for all facilities assigned to the
Officer in Charge, Hawaii Laboratory.  

INTERNAL REVIEW STAFF, CODE 007 

1.  Reviews/audits administrative, financial, and technical areas providing
reports and recommendations to Center management.  
2.  Acts as official liaison between the Center and all outside audit agencies
including the House Appropriations Committee Surveys and Investigations Staff.  
3.  Coordinates the Center's Integrity and Efficiency Program (Fraud, Waste,
and Abuse).  
4.  Acts as official liaison between the Center and SPAWAR Inspector General
(IG).  Follows up on all IG recommendations until completion.  
5.  Inspects and investigates minor security and criminal offenses.  Acts as
liaison to the Naval Investigative Service.  

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICE, CODE 008 

1.  Has direct access to the Commander, NOSC, for operational and advisory
purposes.  
2.  Assists the Commander, NOSC, in matters pertaining to the safety and
health of civilian and military personnel.  Responsible for developing and
promoting the Occupational Safety and Health Program for the Center and tenant
and support activities.  Consults with operating personnel and their supervi-
sors regarding hazardous and dangerous work situations to determine the proper
course of action and precautions required.  Initiates action for stimulating
and maintaining personnel interest in safety, investigates accidents, and
makes safety inspections.  
3.  Retains the organizational designation of Code 155 for administrative
purposes.  Continues to be supported by the Head, Security/Safety Office, Code
15, and the Chief Staff Officer, Code 03, in matters relating to oversight;
personnel actions; pay, time, and attendance; budget; travel; training; and
other administrative matters.  


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TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, CODE 01 

1.  Directs the technical work of the Center and is jointly responsible, with
the Commander, to the Commander, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, for
the effective and efficient functioning of the Center.  
2.  Is assigned overall responsibility for all technical programs including
planning, conduct, and staffing; for evaluation of the technical competence of
personnel; for liaison with the sponsors and the scientific and engineering
community; for the approval of subordinate technical personnel; for exchange
of technical information; and for the effectiveness and evaluation of the
Center's technical programs-mission execution.  Is delegated the authority
commensurate to carry out these tasks.  
3.  Provides technical leadership and philosophies commensurate with the val-
ues and goals of the laboratory, supportive of the assigned mission of the
Center.  
4.  Participates as a member of the Navy laboratory community, with key Wash-
ington sponsors and personnel, in carrying out the RDT&E functions of the
Navy.  

PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR RESEARCH, CODE 013 

1.  Responsible to the Technical Director for policy making and serves as the
Center point of contact for planning and coordination of research programs
(6.1).  
2.  Promotes communication and coordination across department lines of author-
ity and within the total research community.  
3.  Prepares coordinated response to requests from higher authority for Cen-
terwide information.  
4.  Responsible for developing a more significant, coherent, and purposeful
NOSC research program (6.1) through management of the Independent Research
(IR) Program and other 6.1 resources from Systems Commands, ONR, DNL, and
other centers.  

PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR TECHNOLOGY, CODE 014 

1.  Responsible to the Technical Director for the policy making, planning, and
technical coordination of NOSC technology programs (6.2 and 6.3A).  
2.  Participates at all levels in the coordination of Centerwide technology
programs to ensure a broad integrated base of activities which are in con-
sonance with Navy and Marine Corps goals and NOSC mission areas.  
3.  Responsible for developing a high-quality and effective technology program
(6.2, 6.3A) through management of the Center's Exploratory Development Block
Program (6.2), the Independent Exploratory Development (IED) Program (6.2),
the Advanced Technology Demonstration (ATD) Program (6.3A), the Major Bid and
Proposal (MB&P) Program, the Industry Independent Research and Development
(IR&D) Program, the Navy-Industry Cooperative Research and Development
(NICRAD) Program, the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Program, and
the Technology Transfer Program.  
4.  Prepares coordinated Centerwide responses to requests from higher author-
ity for technology program information.  
5.  Assists in the acquisition of resources for the technology programs (6.2
and 6.3A).  
6.  Maintains a Technology Program Information Center which serves as a focus
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ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR FOR HAWAII LABORATORY, CODE 015 

1.  Is jointly responsible, with the Officer in Charge, Hawaii Laboratory, to
the Commander, Naval Ocean Systems Center, for the effective and economical
internal functioning of the laboratory.  
2.  Responsible to the Technical Director for technical coordination of the
Hawaii Laboratory's programs and personnel in conjunction with cognizant Cen-
ter organizations; responsible for technical support of personnel and programs
temporarily assigned to the Hawaii area.  
3.  Concerning matters of laboratory policy, communicates directly with the
Commander and Technical Director.  


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DEPUTY TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, CODE 02 

1.  Acts for the Technical Director, in his absence, in the management of the
Center's programs.  
2.  Participates in overall policy and program planning and development of the
Center's programs.  
3.  Assists the Technical Director in day-to-day management of Center pro-
grams.  

ASSOCIATE FOR PROGRAM ASSESSMENTS AND DESIGN REVIEWS, CODE 021 

1.  Performs program assessments on major programs for fleet and other serv-
ices (6.3- and 6.4-type programs).  
2.  Defines design review requirements and assists in selection of review
committee members with the assistant to the Design Review Committee chairper-
son.  Maintains files and references of Center technical experts.  Maintains
archives of program reviews, and records completion of outstanding action
items per NOSCINST 3912.1C.  
3.  Responsible for implementing overall safety programs into projects at
their early stages to ensure compatibility with Space and Naval Warfare Sys-
tems Command requirements.  
4.  Serves as the NOSC value engineering contact to ensure that the procure-
ment of military systems and equipments with extensive design efforts receives
appropriate emphasis on economical development and manufacturing per SPAWAR
instructions.  


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CHIEF STAFF OFFICER, CODE 03

1.  Executive assistant to the Center Commander and serves as Center Commander
in his absence.  
2.  Assists the Center Commander and Technical Director, when directed, in
monitoring Center programs.  
3.  Responsible for the Code 03 staff offices, military support, and the
Hawaii Laboratory.  
4.  Responsible to the Commander for coordinating the efforts of military
personnel assigned to the Center.  
5.  Supervises protocol and honors.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE, CODE 032

1.  Plans, manages, and executes a broad and comprehensive program of external
and internal public affairs.  
2.  Serves as advisor to the Commander, Technical Director, and other senior
managers in public affairs matters.   
3.  Originates news releases and public information and responds to queries
from international, national, and local media.  
4.  Originates and coordinates community relations activities for the Center
including maintaining liaison with educational institutions and groups; pro-
fessional, civic, and technical organizations; other naval activities; and
governmental agencies.  
5.  Edits and supervises production of employee newspaper.  
6.  Plans and directs matters relating to visits of high ranking military and
civilian personnel.  
7.  Coordinates technical conferences, meetings, and symposia sponsored or
hosted by the Center.

MARINE CORPS LIAISON OFFICE, CODE 033

1.  Assists and advises the Commander on all matters related to the Marine
Corps.  
2.  Represents the Commanding General, Marine Corps Development and Education
Command (CG MCDEC), in matters that are related to the development of doc-
trine, procedures, tactics, techniques, equipment, and publications, and in
such other matters as may be directed by the CG MCDEC or the Commander, NOSC.  
3.  Identifies areas of common interest in Marine Corps and Navy programs and
takes necessary coordinative action with the appropriate offices of CG MCDEC
and NOSC.  
4.  Serves as focal point for all Marine Corps support provided by the Center
including transmitting Marine Corps requirements to appropriate Center person-
nel, participating in the development of new work proposals for the Marine
Corps, and monitoring progress of Marine Corps projects to the extent neces-
sary to ensure that desired objectives are being achieved.  
5.  Coordinates visits by Marine Corps personnel to the Center and assists
Center personnel as required in arranging visits to Marine Corps activities.  
6.  Assists and advises the Commanding Officer, Navy Personnel Research and
Development Center; Commanding Officer, Naval Health Research Center; and
Commanding Officer, Fleet Combat Direction Systems Support Activity, in simi-
lar matters.  


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CENTRAL STAFF, CODE 09 

1.  Advises on all aspects of Center management.  
2.  Recommends management policies and improvements to effectively use
resources and carry out Center policies.  
3.  Develops, coordinates, and directs integrated staff programs in the areas
of management analysis, administrative services, financial management, man-
power, and management information systems.  

COMPTROLLER, CODE 0901 

1.  Develops, coordinates, and directs the Center's financial management pro-
grams.  
2.  Advises and assists Center management in formulating and implementing
financial management policies.  

STAFS PROGRAM OFFICE, CODE 0902 

1.  Manages development and implementation of the Standard Automated Financial
System (STAFS) including support people, consultants, task teams, contractors,
etc.  
2.  Plans, manages, and coordinates the definition, design, development, and
implementation of interfaces with other systems.  
3.  Develops plans for systems operations (e.g., security, backup and recov-
ery, daily operations, data communications, facility, etc.).  
4.  Plans and administers initial education and training programs for new
systems.  
5.  Plans and manages the actual transition to new systems.  
6.  Performs data and data base administration during development and imple-
mentation of systems.  
7.  Develops expertise on software life-cycle management during the project
development and implementation phase of a system particularly in areas of
configuration management, systems security, quality assurance, and formal
review processes.  

ADMINISTRATION AND CLERICAL STAFF, CODE 0903 

1.  Provides administrative support to Central Staff, Code 09, in various
areas of administration.  
2.  Provides administrative support to the Center Advisory Board and to Center
management in areas of congressional matters, long-term travel policies and
procedures, and personnel allowance reporting.  
3.  Provides a pool of qualified assistants for short-term assignments to all
Center offices as needed.  

BUDGET DIVISION, CODE 10 

1.  Responsible for receipt and assignment of Center funds.  
2.  Formulates the Center's budgets (A-11, overhead, manage-to-payroll,
1498's).  
3.  Provides budget guidance and reporting support for the Center.  
4.  Directs and coordinates activities of the Operations Branch, the Corporate
Budget Branch, and the Funds Administration Branch.  


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ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 11 

1.  Responds to Center automated information needs.  
2.  Provides administrative systems automation supporting all areas of manage-
ment.  
3.  Provides application software development and life-cycle support of admin-
istrative and management systems.  
4.  Establishes hardware, communications, and support software requirements.  
5.  Responsible for administrative and management systems functions.  
6.  Responsible for providing automated data processing (ADP) equipment and
operational expertise to meet the general purpose and financial reporting
needs of the Center.  
7.  Coordinates and administers the Center's Asset Capitalization Program
(ACP).  Provides Center locator and phone book service.  Administers the Cen-
ter's space management program.  Provides primary staff support to the Center
Advisory Board.  

ACCOUNTING DIVISION, CODE 12 

1.  Responsible for the Center payroll, disbursing, and costing functions.  
2.  Prepares required Center financial reports.  
3.  Controls the Center's plant account inventory.  
4.  Directs and coordinates activities of the General Accounting Branch, the
Cost Accounting Branch, the Disbursing and Payroll Branch, and the System
Accounting Branch.  

MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DIVISION, CODE 13 

1.  Develops, coordinates, and directs the Center management assistance pro-
gram.  
2.  Advises and assists Center management in formulating and implementing
improved management policies and procedures.  
3.  Directs and coordinates activities of the Mail Room Branch, the Directives
and Forms Branch, the Management Analysis Branch, and the Travel Group.  
4.  Directs operations of the Navy Acquisition Research and Development Infor-
mation Center (NARDIC) offices.  
5.  Provides assistance to Center management and the Position Management Offi-
cer on position management including development and coordination of proposed
organizational structure, functional assignments, staffing plans, and manage-
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CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICER, CODE 14

1.  Develops and administers a comprehensive civilian personnel program for
the Center and the Navy Personnel Research and Development Center (NPRDC)
including recruitment, placement, employee and labor relations, education and
training, and classification and wage administration.  
2.  Participates in development and review of all Center and NPRDC civilian
personnel management policies and programs and advises Center and NPRDC man-
agement of their impact on the Navy policy to assure Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity (EEO).  
3.  Counsels and advises Center and NPRDC management on all phases of person-
nel philosophy and administration.  
4.  Represents the Center and NPRDC to the Naval Civilian Personnel Command,
Director of Naval Laboratories, Office of Personnel Management, and other
agencies on personnel matters.

ASSOCIATE PERSONNEL OFFICER, CODE 1401

1.  Assists the Civilian Personnel Officer in developing and administering a
comprehensive civilian personnel program for the Center and NPRDC including
recruitment, placement, employee and labor relations, education and training,
and classification and wage administration.  
2.  Serves as Civilian Personnel Office Demonstration Project manager; plans
and coordinates the development and implementation of Demonstration Project
features; acts as liaison with other Government organizations regarding Demon-
stration Project development and advancement.  
3.  Provides troubleshooting assistance in assigned areas.  
4.  Serves as Civilian Personnel Office lead in Center EEO and position man-
agement matters.

SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR ADP SYSTEM AND COMPENSATION, CODE 1402

1.  Serves as Civilian Personnel Office lead in planning and coordinating with
the Center ADP organization and in acquiring/revising the personnel ADP sys-
tem.  Responsible for Civilian Personnel Office operations of the system.  
2.  Proposes Center personnel policies concerned with compensation and classi-
fication as the Principal Classifier, interprets Federal policy statements,
assists in difficult and precedent-setting cases, and advises Center manage-
ment in compensation and classification programs and policies.  

SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (FERS), CODE 1403 

1.  Serves as expert functional advisor in implementing the new Federal
Employees Retirement System (FERS).  Develops implementation planning and
provides consulting services to personnel management advisors.  
2.  Develops/provides organizational development consulting services and
assists Center management with organizational communication.  
3.  Serves in a lead capacity in personnel management internal evaluation and
does special studies in personnel management and organizational development.  

PERSONNEL OPERATIONS OFFICE #1, CODE 141

1.  Provides advice and service to assigned organizations covering all aspects
of personnel administration including the fields of employment, classifica-
tion, employee relations, and employee development.  

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CODE 141 (continued) 

2.  Counsels managers of Center organizations in the development of their
human resources.  
3.  Prepares Center policies concerned with Senior Executive Service (SES)
matters and provides advice and assistance on SES actions.

PERSONNEL OPERATIONS OFFICE #2, CODE 142 

1.  Provides advice and service to assigned organizations covering all aspects
of personnel administration including the fields of employment, classifica-
tion, employee relations, and employee development.  
2.  Counsels managers of Center organizations in the development of their
human resources.  

EMPLOYMENT/DEVELOPMENT OFFICE, CODE 143

1.  Proposes Center personnel policies concerned with employment including
recruitment, examination, selection, placement, employee utilization, person-
nel reduction, communications, and employee development.  Interprets Federal
policy statements, assists in difficult and precedent-setting cases, and
advises Center management in employment/employee development programs and
policies.   
2.  Develops and improves Center procedures and methods to implement Office of
Personnel Management, Department of the Navy, and Center policies in employ-
ment and employee development.  
3.  Administers the Center College Recruitment Program for Scientists, Engi-
neers, and Technicians.  
4. Coordinates Center recruitment and placement for the Youth Employment Pro-
gram and other social action programs.  
5.  Maintains Center civilian personnel records.  
6.  Exercises program responsibility for the Office of Workers' Compensation
Program (OWCP) for the Center.  
7.  Serves as the Center point of contact with the Office of Personnel Manage-
ment and higher Navy echelons on employment, injury compensation, and employee
development matters.  
8.  Coordinates Center educational, employee development, and human awareness
programs and administers employee development efforts in budgeting, recording,
fund surveillance, and reporting.  
9.  Conducts studies in employee development, advises Center management on
training matters, and provides educational counseling to employees.  

EMPLOYEE/LABOR RELATIONS OFFICE, CODE 144

1.  Proposes Center personnel policies concerned with employee relations,
labor relations, communications, grievances, disciplinary actions, and
employee services; and interprets Federal policy statements.  
2.  Develops and improves procedures and methods to implement Office of Per-
sonnel Management, Department of the Navy, and Center policies in the employ-
ee/labor relations field.  
3.  Advises Center management on employee relations, labor relations, and
employee services matters and conducts studies in employee relations.  
4.  Represents the Center in appeals and arbitrations and assists in such
actions appealed to the U.S. courts.  

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CODE 144 (continued) 

5.  Provides advice and guidance on the employee relations aspects of Center
standards of conduct issues.  
6.  Assists the Center Deputy Equal Employment Opportunity Officer on formal
EEO complaints.  
7.  Exercises program responsibility for the Center Incentive Awards Program.  
8.  Serves as consultant/advisor to the NPRDC Personnel Support Office.  


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SECURITY/SAFETY OFFICE, CODE 15 

1.  Develops and implements policies and procedures for general service
(GENSER) security programs as follows:  personnel security; information secu-
rity; systems security including ADP security, signal security, and TEMPEST;
physical security and loss prevention; and operations security (OPSEC). 
2.  Provides intercommunication with Center management, technical departments,
and project management concerning security policies and practices.  
3.  Responsible for specifying the physical security equipment and systems
used to protect classified information and Government property.  
4.  Responsible for liaison between the Center and the consolidated fire pro-
tection service.  
5.  Coordinates security planning and reviews of NOSC outlying areas (Hawaii,
Morris Dam, etc.).  
6.  Responsible for implementation of safety programs for all Center opera-
tions.  

GUARD CONTRACT COORDINATOR, CODE 1503 

1.  Acts as the Center's technical representative and liaison with the NOSC
contract guard service.  
2.  Serves as the Code 15 point of contact with the Head, Facilities Engineer-
ing Office, Code 006, and the Contracting Officer, Public Works Center (PWC),
San Diego, concerning contract surveillance, guard contract performance, and
special event requirements.  
3.  Ensures that the guard contract performance work statement is complete,
current, and in compliance with applicable directives and Center requirements.  
4.  Ensures guard instructions and post orders are current.  
5.  Coordinates guard contract change orders and invoice validation with the
Facilities Engineering Office Administrative Staff, Code 0063.  
6.  Acts as NOSC coordinator for the transfer of guard contract surveillance
responsibilities from PWC, San Diego, to NOSC by target date of 1 June 1988,
in connection with contract renewal.  
7.  Performs other security duties as assigned.  

SECURITY/SAFETY OPERATIONS COORDINATOR, CODE 1504 

1.  Coordinates security responsibilities between Center codes and the Securi-
ty/Safety Office, responds to urgent requirements, and provides advisory serv-
ices and amplification of security regulations for Center employees.  
2.  Coordinates security requirements to tenant activity commands and makes
sure such requirements are stated in appropriate host-tenant and interservice
support agreements.  
3.  Coordinates services used by Code 15.  
4.  Coordinates writing and approval of all Center security instructions.  
5.  Manages and serves as the central control and focal point for all adminis-
trative matters and functions within the security/safety codes.  
6.  Coordinates the security/safety requirements for computer hardware and
software.  
7.  Acts on an emergency basis for the heads of all security groups subordi-
nate to Code 15.  

SECURITY/SAFETY OFFICE - HAWAII, CODE 1505 

1.  Implements policies and procedures for the security and safety functions
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VISIT CONTROL/BADGE AND DECAL GROUP, CODE 151 

1.  Provides centralized receptionist services acting as liaison between Cen-
ter and tenant/support activity personnel and their visitors.  
2.  Prepares and issues identification badges, special use passes, DOD vehicle
decals, and temporary vehicle passes.  

INFORMATION AND PERSONNEL SECURITY GROUP, CODE 152 

1.  Implements the Information Security Program for proper security classifi-
cation and control of Center information and material.  
2.  Provides classification guidance for and assists R&D personnel in develop-
ment of task or project goals within approved security guidelines.  
3.  Provides guidance in industrial security matters including preparation of
contract security guidance, verification of contractor facility clearances,
contractor visits, and contractor retention of classified information.   
4.  Provides guidance on controlling dissemination of unclassified and classi-
fied technical information within the Center; to other U.S. Government
agencies, foreign governments, and international defense organizations; and to
foreign and domestic individuals or activities.  
5.  Serves as Foreign Disclosure Review Officer.  
6.  Serves as control officer for special access only (SAO) programs (NATO,
CNWDI, SIOP-ESI).  
7.  Provides and coordinates Security training for orientation, annual
refresher, counterintelligence, and special and foreign travel.  
8.  Certifies clearance data on contractor personnel for all outgoing visit
requests.
9.  Prepares and/or reviews area, embassy, and theater clearance requests for
official travel outside CONUS.
10. Initiates investigations and determines eligibility for issuance of
personnel security clearances.

OPERATIONS SECURITY GROUP, CODE 153 

1.  Has direct access to the Center Commander as advisor and consultant on all
operations security (OPSEC), computer security (COMPUSEC), and signal security
(SIGSEC) matters.
2.  Acts as NOSC Operations Security (OPSEC) Officer.
3.  Responsible for preparation and administration of the Center approved
OPSEC Program.
4.  Advises the Commander, NOSC, as appropriate, on matters relating to the
conduct of the OPSEC Program.
5.  Acts as NOSC coordinator for all automatic data processing (ADP)/office
information systems (OIS) security matters.
6.  Responsible for development of policy and implementation of Center
approved procedures regarding the security of ADP/OIS systems.
7.  Responsible for all ADP/OIS systems accreditation.
8.  Acts as the Center point of contact for outside inquiries about OPSEC,
ADP/OIS, and SIGSEC security matters.
9.  Serves as primary advisor and security representative to C3 SITE and ocean
surveillance project managers and facilities personnel regarding TEMPEST
standards and security requirements for Bldgs. 600 and 605.
10. Responsible for recommending policy and coordinating all matters related
to the NOSC SIGSEC Program.

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CODE 153 (continued)

11. Develops and implements procedures for providing signal security (SIGSEC)
guidance to facilities, projects, programs, and test and evaluation groups
(afloat and ashore).
12. Coordinates all TEMPEST inspections and certifications.
13. Coordinates all technical surveillance countermeasure (TSCM) inspections
and certifications.
14. Coordinates all communication security (COMSEC) support requirements
(maintaining close liaison with the CMS Management Group, Code 3301) pertinent
to crypto equipment resources.

PHYSICAL SECURITY GROUP, CODE 154 

1.  Implements and administers the Center's physical security and loss preven-
tion programs.  
2.  Conducts physical security surveys and determines requirements for all
classifications of Center GENSER vaults and strongrooms.  
3.  Acts as the Contracting Officer's technical representative and liaison
with the Center's contract guard service; makes sure all procedures in guard
post orders are carried out.  
4.  Coordinates planning, acquisition, installation, maintenance, and monitor-
ing of all security alarm (intrusion detection) systems.  
5.  Manages the Center's lock and key systems, the security container combina-
tion system, and issuance of security containers.  
6.  Provides Command Duty Officer (CDO) assistance.  
7.  Administers the Security Watch Officer (SECWO) Program.  
8.  Responsible for Center missing, lost, stolen, recovered (MLSR) property
reporting, coordination, and trend analysis.  
9.  Coordinates Auxiliary Security Force (ASF).  
10. Provides guidance for proper storage of precious metals.  
11. Coordinates physical security requirements with tenant commands. 

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICE, CODE 155 

1.  Administers Center programs on Navy Occupational Safety and Health
(NAVOSH), explosive safety, radiation safety, and Nuclear Regulatory Commis-
sion (NRC) licensing.  
2.  Develops and administers safety programs encompassing safe use of high-
energy materials, range and test operational safety, and occupational safety
and health including motor vehicle safety, protective equipment use, and sight
and hearing preservation.  
3.  Provides advice and guidance and establishes standards in all safety pro-
gram areas.  
4.  Acts as the technical representative and is responsible for liaison
between the Center and the consolidated fire protection service.  
5.  Has direct access to the Center Commander in the capacity of advisor and
consultant on Center safety and health matters.  
6.  Has authority to stop operations which present imminent danger to person-
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SYSTEMS PLANNING GROUP, CODE 16 

1.  Assesses current and projected Navy mission requirements, capabilities,
and shortfalls in areas of NOSC responsibility.  Provides guidance on the
future direction of Center R&D and its resultant facility and MILCON require-
ment. 
2.  Performs threat studies to determine impact of current and projected
threat developments upon Center programs and plans.  
3.  Conducts a broad-based program of studies and analyses in support of Cen-
ter missions.  Maintains operational analysis expertise in Navy mission areas
assigned to the Center.  
4.  Formulates new system concepts and procedures, analyzes their potential
operational effectiveness, and evaluates their feasibility.  
5.  Maintains current knowledge of Navy plans and actions which impact NOSC
mission areas, and develops forecasts and planning options for new Center
initiatives. 
6.  Provides cross warfare coordination for Center involvement in WSA&E.
Exercises overall program oversight of WSA&E effort and acts as NOSC point of
contact on cross warfare/force issues.  

ASSOCIATE HEAD, CODE 1601 

1.  Identifies and initiates new analysis tasks supportive of NOSC mission
areas.  Assumes responsibility for the resource planning and scheduling of
these tasks.  
2.  Ensures that adequate planning and valid analytical methods and techniques
are applied to Code 16 studies and analyses, and provides quality control of
the final products of the group.  
3.  Assesses, and keeps the Head, Systems Planning Group, advised of, the ade-
quacy of Code 16 resources for the analysis tasks at hand including personnel,
space, and capital resources.  
4.  Coordinates NOSC involvement in headquarters-level Naval war games to
establish the "military worth" of advanced system concepts.  
5.  Acts for the Head, Systems Planning Group, in his absence and on specific
tasks and duties as assigned.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, CODE 1607 

1.  Assists the Head, Systems Planning Group, in the day-to-day operations of
Code 16--acts as the business manager.  
2.  Provides administrative support to Code 16 in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, maintenance, secur-
ity, equal employment opportunity, procurement, contracts, and clerical sup-
port.  

MILITARY DEPUTY, CODE 1609 

1.  Assists in the planning and management of study programs oriented toward
operational/tactical requirements.  
2.  Acts as military interface with other NOSC departments, Navy activities,
and military services.  
3.  Provides operational inputs to studies conducted by the Systems Planning
Group and other NOSC elements.  
4.  Reviews proposals, concepts, and reports for operational relevance and
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PLANNING GUIDANCE, CODE 161 

1.  Provides planning support to Center management in the form of regular
planning briefs, forecasts, cost analyses, new product recommendations, mis-
sion area goals, facility requirements, and MILCON coordination.  
2.  Coordinates the development of NOSC strategic corporate thinking and the
preparation of NOSC planning documents, and interfaces with DNL and SPAWARSYS
COM on corporate planning issues.  
3.  Maintains a knowledge of DOD, Navy, and Congressional plans and actions
which impact NOSC technical programs or product areas.  Assesses the relevance
and affordability of NOSC technical programs and plans.  
4.  Provides staff support for the NOSC technical planning effort.  Coordi-
nates and documents an annual technical planning process.  

THREAT STUDIES, CODE 162 

1.  Conducts threat studies in support of Code 16 analysis efforts.  
2.  Conducts threat studies in support of selected Center programs.  
3.  Maintains a "Think Red" effort providing a threat perspective on U.S.
tactical and technical developments.  
4.  Conducts vulnerability assessments of selected NOSC technology develop-
ments.  Identifies specific tactical and technical threat responses to planned
developments within the NOSC mission areas.  


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INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, CODE 17

1.  Acts as focal point for policy direction and coordination of NOSC partici-
pation in all intelligence related activities.  
2.  Provides necessary intelligence materials keeping appropriate personnel
informed of threat intelligence and foreign technology developments.  
3.  Manages Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) areas and billets
assigned to the Center and to related organizations which utilize NOSC facili-
ties.  
4.  Plans and coordinates technical analysis of the potential enemy threat as
related to NOSC R&D programs and projects.  
5.  Provides for the operation of the NOSC Special Intelligence Communications
(SPINTCOMM) system.

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE LIAISON GROUP, CODE 171

1.  Acts as the point of contact between national-level intelligence organiza-
tions and the Center's command, management, and technical personnel.  
2.  Keeps key Center personnel informed of threat intelligence and technology
developments which impact assigned programs and projects.  
3.  Maintains an intelligence requirements file pertaining to the Center's R&D
projects.  
4.  Identifies NOSC technical expertise applicable to the Navy Foreign Mate-
rial Program and coordinates NOSC's involvement therein.  

SPECIAL SECURITY AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES GROUP, CODE 172

1.  Maintains a broad overview of the activities, programs, and projects
assigned to Special Security Office (SSO), Special Activities Office (SAO),
and Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) spaces.  
2.  Monitors and enforces applicable security requirements for SSO, SAO, and
SCI spaces and material which are levied by higher command.  
3.  Administers billet establishment, indoctrination of incumbents, biannual
reviews, and subsequent debriefing for assigned billets.  
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FLEET READINESS OFFICE, CODE 18 

1.  Is responsible, as the Center point of contact, for the technical manage-
ment and administration of near-term and quick-reaction technical support for
fleet and Marine Corps operational commands; evaluation analysis and identifi-
cation of fleet operational problems through fleet exercise liaison and par-
ticipation; and technical direction, technical management, and/or technical
support of operationally-oriented problems.  
2.  Manages the Navy Science Assistance Program (NSAP), the Tactical Develop-
ment and Evaluation (TAC/D&E) Program, and the Fleet Mission Support Program.  

TAC/D&E PROGRAM OFFICE, CODE 1801 

1.  Serves as the Center's single point of contact for projects.  
2.  Assists in identifying appropriate Center technical codes to perform
TAC/D&E support within the mission of the Center.
3.  Coordinates with NAVTACSUPPACT, appropriate fleet commands, and interested
Center technical codes to ensure that project proposals comply with requests
and are delivered promptly for all Center TAC/D&E projects.
4.  Acts as the single focal point for all Center TAC/D&E funding to ensure
that program identity will be maintained through the centralized financial
management of TAC/D&E projects.
5.  Acts as the single focal point for the submission of Center project pro-
posals, progress reports, and deliverables.  Program accountability will be
maintained through the monitoring of project status and the centralized sub-
mission of deliverables.
6.  Assists NAVTACSUPPACT in conducting periodic in-progress reviews.
7.  Provides direct technical support to NAVTACSUPPACT to develop and evaluate
project SOW's, proposals, and deliverables.
8.  Acts as the Center representative to TAC/D&E conferences.

NSAP PROGRAM OFFICE, CODE 1802 

1.  Serves as the Center's Navy Science Assistance Program (NSAP) point of
contact for coordination and management of the Center NSAP including, but not
limited to:  1) technical development, review, approval, and management of
task approaches and progress in support of fixes to urgent problems affecting
fleet war-fighting readiness; 2) recruitment and administrative support of
NOSC employees selected to the NSAP field team in technical support of the
operational fleet commander; 3) financial management of all NSAP funds
accepted at NOSC in support of the above task and field team involvement; and
4) promotion of the NSAP on and off-Center.

MILITARY DEPUTY, CODE 1809 

1.  Assists the Head, Fleet Readiness Office, in management of Code 18 and
acts as head in his absence.
2.  Provides guidance and supervision for military personnel assigned to Code
18 interacting as necessary with the respective Military Group Head; Head,
Military Support Department; or the Chief Staff Officer; as appropriate, for
all department military personnel matters.
3.  Provides liaison (as required at military deputy level) with other Center
departments/offices.

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CODE 1809 (continued) 

4.  Maintains an awareness of fleet technical and operational problems in
Center mission areas and advises the Head, Fleet Readiness Office, and respec-
tive branch heads on fleet issues.

APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING GROUP, CODE 181 

1.  Provides technical assistance and management support to fleet units in the
areas of desk top computers and microcomputer-based command and control
systems and administrative systems.
2.  Coordinates technical responses of Center codes in the solutions to fleet
engineering problems.
3.  Participates in studies and analyses related to microcomputer-based battle
management systems and administrative systems and subsystems.

MILITARY LIAISON GROUP, CODE 183 

1.  Manages quick reaction capability (QRC) resources.  
2.  Coordinates liaison visits to fleet units, tours to operational Navy
activities, and Center participation in fleet exercises.  
3.  Establishes and monitors projects under the Fleet Mission Support Program.  
4.  Tracks ships' operational schedules, maintains ship class technical infor-
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ARCTIC SUBMARINE LABORATORY, CODE 19 

1.  Conducts research, laboratory and field experiments, and compiles knowl-
edge which continues to develop the maximum capability of submarines to oper-
ate and exploit all ice covered seas during all seasons.  
2.  Conducts research to obtain basic knowledge of ocean-cryology and conducts
geophysical studies in the Arctic Ocean and environs significant to arctic
naval warfare.  
3.  Provides technical support to the fleet in the conduct of submarine arctic
operations, tests, and evaluations.  
4.  The Director, Arctic Submarine Laboratory, also reports, as an additional
duty (ADDU), to the Submarine Force Commanders, Atlantic and Pacific Fleets,
to provide advice and technical support, as required by the Force Commanders,
and to conduct submarine arctic operations.  

DEPUTY DIRECTOR, CODE 1901 

1.  Assists the Director, Arctic Submarine Laboratory, in operation of the
Arctic Submarine Laboratory.  
2.  Serves as a Center focal point for arctic research and development.  
3.  Acts for the Director, Arctic Submarine Laboratory, in his absence.  

ADVISOR, CODE 1902 

1.  Serves as an advisor to the Director, Arctic Submarine Laboratory, on
operation of the Arctic Submarine Laboratory.  

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, CODE 1903 

1.  Provides administrative support to the Director and staff of the Arctic
Submarine Laboratory.  

SONAR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS OFFICE, CODE 191 

1.  Serves as the focal point for arctic-unique sonars and other high resolu-
tion sonars.  

RESEARCH OFFICE, CODE 192 

1.  Serves as the Arctic Submarine Laboratory focal point for arctic research
and development in environmental acoustics and oceanography.  

FLEET OPERATIONS OFFICE, CODE 193 

1.  Serves as the focal point for Arctic Submarine Ice Exercises (SUBICEX's).  

LABORATORY OPERATIONS, CODE 194 

1.  Serves as the focal point for operation of the Arctic Submarine Labora-
tory's arctic experimental pools and high pressure test facilities.  


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SUPPLY DEPARTMENT, CODE 20 

1.  Provides Center logistical support including contracting, receipt, stor-
age, issue, transfer, and physical accountability of all stores and equipment
in storage.  
2.  Provides contract preparation, negotiation, administration, and termina-
tion, as well as contract advice, liaison, and coordination services.  

DEPUTY SUPPLY OFFICER, CODE 201 

1.  Assists the Supply Officer in carrying out the mission of the department.  
2.  Serves as liaison between the Supply Department and supported activities.  
3.  Acts for the Supply Officer in his absence.  

SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS UTILIZATION SPECIALIST, CODE 202 

1.  Provides assistance to small and disadvantaged business concerns in their
effort to receive a fair share of Defense purchases either as prime contrac-
tors or subcontractors.  
2.  Reviews all purchases over $5,000 for small business set-aside determina-
tion.  
3.  Provides advice to Center Commander on small and disadvantaged business
matters.  

ASSISTANT SUPPLY OFFICER, CODE 203

1.  Provides special assistance to the Supply Officer as assigned.  

CONTRACTS DIVISION, CODE 21 

1.  Performs all unlimited contracting functions, including contract adminis-
tration, required to formalize and administer contracts and purchase orders
awarded in support of the Center's research and development programs.  
2.  Provides advice and assistance to the Center's technical departments on
all aspects of contracting including advance planning and support of major
research and development.  This includes assignment of a dedicated individual
as a point of contact for each technical department to review acquisition
requirements packages (ARP's) and assist technical codes in formalizing
requirements.  

CUSTOMER SERVICES AND MATERIAL DIVISION, CODE 22 

1.  Responsible for matters pertaining to the Defense Supply Systems.  
2.  Maintains inventory and stock control for all material under the cogni-
zance of the Supply Officer.  
3.  Serves as a focal point for technical screening and input of all Center
requirements into the procurement cycle.  
4.  Maintains supplier technical catalogs, operates shop stores, and serves as
shop store record activity.  
5.  Responsible for small purchase certification and requisition status.  
6.  Responsible for the Center Imprest Fund.  
7.  Receives, verifies, seeks reutilization, and disposes of excess personal
property.  
8.  Logs, progresses, and accomplishes surveys of registered property.  
9.  Responsible for coordination of Precious Metal Recovery Program.  

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CODE 22 (continued) 

10. Operates controlled storage program and facility, and office machine
repair programs.  
11. Receives, verifies, and delivers incoming material from commercial and
system sources.  
12. Provides material transportation services for the Center including pack-
ing, crating, and documentation.  

SUPPLY OFFICE, HAWAII, CODE 23 

1.  Provides direct supply support to the Hawaii Laboratory in the area of
receiving, storage, shipping, material handling, disposal, inventory, and
other supply functions.  


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MILITARY SUPPORT DEPARTMENT, CODE 30 

1.  Responsible to the Chief Staff Officer for support to the Center's mission
provided by assigned military personnel.  
2.  Responsible for interfacing with the Commander, Naval Military Personnel
Command, for detailing military personnel to meet the Center's needs and their
placement within the Center's organization.  This also includes the coordina-
tion, placement, and training of reserves assigned for active duty training.  
3.  Responsible for administration of Center officer military personnel mat-
ters.  
4.  Coordinates submission of officer fitness reports.  

MILITARY ADMINISTRATION, CODE 301 

1.  Responsible for administration of Center enlisted military personnel mat-
ters.  
2.  Maintains military records; prepares reports, disciplinary actions, and
military TAD orders pertaining to military matters.  
3.  Maintains liaison with Pay/Personnel Administrative Support System for
NOSC military personnel.  
4.  Conducts information program for military personnel.  
5.  Distributes military paychecks and Leave and Earnings Statements.  
6.  Coordinates the submission of enlisted performance evaluation reports.  
7.  Conducts semiannual enlisted manpower reviews.  
8.  Processes all military legal matters.   

SERVICE CRAFT OPERATIONS DIVISION, CODE 31 

1.  Responsible for operation, maintenance, upkeep, and administration of
assigned vessels and craft.  
2.  Establishes safety and operational standards for boat operations and
training of boat crews.  
3.  Schedules pier use and coordinates activities using Center pier facili-
ties.  
4.  Provides military honors and protocol as required.  

DIVING DIVISION, CODE 32 

1.  Responsible to the Commander for all Center diving-related aspects includ-
ing military and civilian advisers and diving evolutions.  
2.  Responsible for compliance with all pertinent directives and requirements
governing Center diving operations.  
3.  Responsible for proper maintenance of all diving-related equipment and
facilities Centerwide.  
4.  Designated as Center manager for all aspects of the Center Diving Program.  

COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT DIVISION, CODE 33 

1.  Participates in the planning, conduct, analysis, and reporting of system,
subsystem, and equipment level integration and interoperability testing in
support of joint service and Navy-unique command, control, and communications
programs.  

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CODE 33 (continued) 

2.  Manages, operates, and maintains the common user equipment baseline resi-
dent in the C3 SITE including:  radio systems, COMSEC equipment, voice and
data terminals; communication modems; technical control, quality monitoring,
and test instrumentation equipments.  
3.  Assists program sponsors, project managers, and test managers in defining
test system configurations, defining C3 SITE baseline equipment support
requirements, and developing test resource plans and schedules.  
4.  Coordinates acquisition, installation, checkout, and acceptance of new
equipments added to the C3 SITE common user baseline.  
5.  Manages card issue, data base management, operation, and maintenance of
the Rusco card entry system for all projects, codes, and commands at the C3
SITE.  
6.  Provides management and oversight of the communications security material
system (CMS) function at this Center.  
7.  Provides supervision, guidance, and support for the CMS custodian.  
8.  Has direct access to the Center Commander in the capacity of advisor for
all Center CMS matters.  


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COMMAND AND CONTROL DEPARTMENT, CODE 40 

1.  Develops Naval command and control systems from concept formulation
through implementation.  System elements and functions encompassed are ashore
and afloat command and control, combat direction, navigation, and interfaces
to communications and surveillance systems.  
2.  Performs system engineering for the development and integration of command
and control, intelligence, and surveillance systems.  
3.  Conducts research and development in the supporting technologies for com-
mand and control systems including system architecture and engineering, dis-
plays, embedded computer systems, man machine interaction, human factors engi-
neering, artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, signal processing,
information processing, navigation, and software.  
4.  Provides the facilities, plans, and programs to evaluate and integrate C3I 
systems and related technology and to transfer applicable technology to C2
developments to improve Navy command and control systems.  
5.  Develops test plans, procedures, and specifications and conducts the test-
ing and evaluation of integrated and interfaced C3I intraplatform and inter-
platform systems.  
6.  Provides for a C3I support capability such as C3 SITE facilities, plan-
ning, operations, maintenance, communication, and simulation services.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, CODE 401 

1.  Provides administrative support to the department in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, and maintenance.  

TECHNICAL STAFF, CODE 402 

1.  Assists the department head in planning and administering the department's
programs through management of the department's space, equipment, facility,
and money resources.  

BATTLE FORCE COMMAND AND CONTROL (BFCC) COORDINATION OFFICE, CODE 405 

1.  Participates as a member of, and provides support to, the NOSC Coordinated
Warfare Group (CWG) headed by the Systems Planning Group, Code 16.  This sup-
port relates to:  1) development and analysis of force structure options in
response to top level warfare requirements (TLWR's), 2) establishment of guid-
ance to achieve consistency across force/warfare mission area lines, 3) analy-
sis of platform and weapon system impacts due to architecture implementation,
4) technical input to warfare systems architecture and engineering (WSA&E)
modeling requirements, 5) planning and support to rapid prototyping and criti-
cal experiments, 6) in-laboratory decision points for technical base analysis,
7) integrated reporting and support to SPAWARSYSCOM WSA&E Directorate, 8)
management of WSA&E tasking within NOSC and with other laboratories, and 9)
coordinated planning for SPAWARSYSCOM WSA&E tasking in support of primary and
support roles for assigned mission warfare areas.  
2.  Acts as lead and Center point of contact for, and coordinates, all WSA&E
tasking in assigned mission warfare areas, i.e., battle force command and
control (BFCC).  
3.  Coordinates BFCC system development, testbeds, rapid prototyping, and
critical experiment efforts among Code 40 divisions, Center departments, and
other laboratories.  

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CODE 405 (continued) 

4.  Coordinates analysis of BFCC problems and development of recommended solu-
tions and architectural improvements.  
5.  Provides management of all tasking within the Center and to other labora-
tories in BFCC.  
6.  Accomplishes warfare system architecture development tasks relating to
BFCC.  
7.  Coordinates intra-laboratory and cross-laboratory expertise for analysis
of platform and weapon system inputs as they affect mission area options.  
8.  Provides support to other mission warfare area efforts within NOSC and
with other laboratories.  
9.  Provides TOR/DOP/OR analysis and input in BFCC and command mission warfare
areas.  
10. Provides requirements analysis portion of WSCID/WSPS/WSTS development.  
11. Provides technical trade-offs to resolve implementation issues.  

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND EVALUATION DIVISION, CODE 41 

1.  Conducts all phases of systems engineering of interplatform and intraplat-
form C2 systems and produces top level requirements and specifications for
Navy tactical command and control and intelligence systems.   
2.  Develops system architectures to guide developments in the near- to long-
term time frame by conducting requirements engineering and concept formulation
analysis, and ensures consistency with the long-range objectives of the Navy
command and control systems.  
3.  Performs system engineering functions including long-range system design
and planning, definition of interface requirements, and test and evaluation of
wide area surveillance (WAS) elements as well as their interaction, integra-
tion, and deployment/operation.  
4.  Performs duties required of the Navy Lead Laboratory in Over-the-Horizon
Targeting (OTH-T) to support development and maintenance of OTH-T Program
objectives, scope, strategy, planning, and requirements definition.  In addi-
tion, performs OTH-T capabilities assessments, supports OTH-T fleet exercises
and related analysis, and performs duties required of the Tomahawk Operational
Test Launch (OTL) OTH-T Program executive coordinating agent.  
5.  Develops mathematical models and computer simulations of C2 processes.
Develops simulation and data extraction systems for testing C2 systems.  
6.  Acts as independent test agent and performs development, test, and evalua-
tion (DT&E) for afloat, ashore, and joint service C2 systems.  

INFORMATION SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 42 

1.  Performs applied research and investigates technology applications in
information fusion and data base structuring and management for command and
control system.  
2.  Demonstrates and evaluates the application of advanced concepts and tech-
nology to prototype command control and intelligence systems.  
3.  Develops software engineering methodologies including automated support
tools, software engineering facilities, and environments.  
4.  Conducts systems engineering and analysis of embedded computer systems and
advanced processor technology.  
5.  Provides analytic support to operational forces and develops initiatives
in command and control systems, architecture, integration, and interoperabil-
ity.  

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CODE 42 (continued) 

6.  Performs analyses and develops initiatives in command and control systems
architecture, integration, and interoperability.  

SHIPBOARD COMMAND AND CONTROL DIVISION, CODE 43 

1.  Develops shipboard systems and subsystems in support of own ship, battle
group, and task force command and control including:  navigation, air traffic
control and landing, identification, readiness assessment, combat direction,
afloat correlation, and command and control processing.  
2.  Develops concepts, architecture, and processing for the integration of
shipboard sensors, weapons systems, and communication links.  
3.  Performs system analysis, design simulation, performance specification,
and design implementation of shipboard C2 systems.  
4.  Conducts system test and evaluation.  
5.  Performs C2 research and technology development.  

ADVANCED COMMAND AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION, CODE 44 

1.  Conducts research and development to advance the concepts, techniques, and
applications of human factors engineering for man-machine-interface of C2 and
combat systems; speech systems intelligibility; and display device technology
for individual and group displays.  
2.  Develops methodologies to measure and improve decision making at the
warfare commander and platform level in complex tactical environments.
Develops measures of effectiveness of command performance.  Develops
methodologies to assess organizational architectures and their effects on
decision making, and investigates advanced organizational concepts. 
3.  Investigates and develops research initiatives for the implementation of
advanced information processing technologies such as distributed processing
and data bases, advanced computer architectures, and networking/interfacing of
integrated command control systems.  
4.  Develops research and technology applications in the areas of artificial
intelligence--in particular the development of expert systems for assessment,
decision, and planning aids; the development of methodologies for knowledge
acquisition and knowledge base tools; and the development of natural language
interfaces. 

COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS INTEROPERABILITY DIVISION, CODE 45 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes Tactical Digital Information Link and Command
and Control systems integration efforts through fleet installation and opera-
tional support.  This includes system analysis; hardware and software design;
system engineering; systems implementation; simulation; integration, test, and
evaluation; and technical management.  
2.  Performs system interface design per Navy Command and Control systems
interoperability criteria.  Performs required data link message standards
support functions and other interoperability functions.  
3.  Develops and evaluates system test tools and test methodology.  Maintains
system development and evaluation facilities.  


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MARINE SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT, CODE 50 

1.  Plans, directs, and conducts research, development, tests, and evaluation
in biological sciences, environmental sciences, ocean atmospheric sciences,
microelectronics, electronic material sciences, and advanced systems.  

SENIOR TECHNICAL STAFF, CODE 501 

1.  Acts as point of contact for broad planning, development, coordination,
and review of physical sciences and technology programs.  
2.  Interacts, on behalf of the Head, Marine Sciences and Technology Depart-
ment, directly with Center and department management, scientific and technical
staffs, and with Navy's electronic sciences and technology community.  
3.  Acts as Navy associate member, Advisory Group on Electron Devices (AGED)
Main Group, in direct support of Office of Naval Technology and USDR&E.  
4.  Acts as administrative officer for U.S./French and U.S./Israel Electro-
Optics Technology Data Exchange Agreements.  
5.  Acts as a consultant on specific developments of interest to the depart-
ments.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, CODE 502 

1.  Provides administrative support to the department in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, and facilities.  

BIOSCIENCES DIVISION, CODE 51 

1.  Conducts a broad spectrum of research and development in support of the
Center's mission in biological science, marine animals, and bionics.  
2.  Conducts research and development of biosystems and produces selected
systems for fleet use.  
3.  Conducts behavioral capabilities and medical research with marine animals.  
4.  Conducts research and development in bionics.  
5.  Provides medical, behavioral, and engineering support to fleet animal
systems.  

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES DIVISION, CODE 52 

1.  Conducts broad spectrum research, development, test, and evaluation in
support of the Center's mission in chemistry and biochemistry, marine scien-
ces, environmental engineering, and radiation physics.  
2.  Conducts RDT&E in chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology, and marine biol-
ogy in support of the Center's mission areas.  
3.  Conducts RDT&E in physical, chemical, and biological oceanography in sup-
port of the Center's mission areas.  
4.  Conducts RDT&E in acoustics, noise control, and on the reduction of envi-
ronmental effects.  
5.  Conducts radiation physics RDT&E in the ocean environment.  

ADVANCED SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 53 

1.  Conducts research, exploratory and advanced development to exploit fiber
optics, teleoperators and artificial intelligence for advanced weapon systems,
ocean surveillance, and ASW for the Navy and Marine Corps.  

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CODE 53 (continued) 

2.  Conducts research and development in electronic systems and telemetry for
teleoperators, weapons, and remote controlled devices.  
3.  Develops advanced teleoperator and bionic technologies for remote con-
trolled devices and weapon systems.  
4.  Conducts research and development on long distance fiber optic communica-
tion links for surveillance, teleoperators, and weapon systems.  
5.  Initiates new advanced technological developments and manages system inte-
gration of prototype hardware and feasibility demonstrations with emphasis on
antisubmarine warfare and ocean surveillance missions.  

OCEAN AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES DIVISION, CODE 54 

1.  Conducts research and development in ocean acoustics and atmospheric elec-
tromagnetic (including electro-optic) propagation.  Applies results to Navy
problems in the Center's mission areas.  
2.  Conducts research and development in ocean acoustics with special emphasis
on the effects of the medium and its boundaries on acoustic detection and
localization.  Applies results to Navy problems in the Center's mission areas.  
3.  Conducts research and development in ionospheric and magnetospheric radio
propagation including remote sensing of the propagation medium.  Applies
results to Navy problems in the Center's mission areas.  
4.  Conducts research and development in tropospheric electromagnetic and
electro-optic propagation including direct and remote sensing of the propaga-
tion medium.  Applies results to Navy problems in the Center's mission areas.  
5.  Develops models for ocean acoustics and electromagnetic atmospheric propa-
gation.  Applies results to Navy problems in the Center's mission areas.  
6.  Develops and markets advanced concepts characterized by high risk and high
payoff.  Acts as project officer for the Data Exchange Agreement between the
U.S. and France on acoustics research and acoustic signal processing.  

SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS DIVISION, CODE 55 

1.  Conducts broad spectrum RDT&E in microelectronics science and engineering
in support of Navy and Center mission areas.  
2.  Directs and manages the Navy exploratory development block program in low
energy lasers and microelectronics.  
3.  Performs engineering design and development in microelectronics, applying
advanced circuit system architecture and large scale integration technologies
to electronic equipments and systems.  
4.  Performs novel integrated circuit and integrated circuit applications
development for advanced signal processing applications and for solving DOD
nonprocurable parts problems.  
5.  Performs research, development, and design in microelectronics, semicon-
ductor materials, novel semiconductor processing and processes, unique
devices, and circuit architectures for analog, digital, and combined analog-
digital functions.  
6.  Operates the Navy's principal facility for process research, design analy-
sis, and full production of silicon integrated circuits for military applica-
tions.  


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ELECTRONIC MATERIAL SCIENCES DIVISION, CODE 56 

1.  Conducts broad spectrum RDT&E on electronic and electro-optic materials
and devices in support of the Center's mission.  
2.  Performs research and development on the physics, technology, and charac-
terization of electronic materials and devices with emphasis on iridium, phos-
phide, and iridium gellium arsenide.  
3.  Conducts research and development on technology and characterization of
electro-optic materials and components including fiber optics and its applica-
tions.  
4.  Triservice facility for the evaluation of infrared materials, detectors,
filters, and focal plane arrays.  


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ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE DEPARTMENT, CODE 60 

1.  Plans, directs, and conducts all aspects of antisubmarine warfare (ASW)
systems development from basic research through fleet support.  
2.  Serves as the Center's focal point for ASW-related issues.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF OFFICE, CODE 602 

1.  Provides administrative support to the department in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, and maintenance.  

MK-50 PROGRAM OFFICE, CODE 603 

1.  Provides project management for the MK-50 Torpedo Project.  As Project
Manager, is responsible to the Head, Antisubmarine Warfare Department, on all
matters pertaining to the RDT&E, acquisition, and support of the MK-50 tor-
pedo.  
2.  Acts as the department point of contact for broad planning, coordination,
review, and sourcing of the MK-50 torpedo.  
3.  Coordinates intradepartmental MK-50 torpedo efforts.  

ASSOCIATE FOR ASW ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING, CODE 604 

1.  Develops architecture to perform force level antisubmarine warfare.  

ASSOCIATE FOR ADVANCED ASW CONCEPTS, CODE 605 

1.  To be knowledgeable of technology developments within the Center and the
Navy that can be formulated into advanced ASW concepts.  

ASW WEAPONS DIVISION, CODE 61 

1.  Plans, directs, and conducts the design, development, and test of ASW
weapon systems including torpedoes, torpedo/missile systems, and torpedo-re-
lated weapons.  
2.  Conducts evaluations of weapon and weapon systems effectiveness including
analysis and computer simulation leading to the tactics for platform and wea-
pon deployment.  Analyzes and evaluates systems effectiveness for major fleet
exercises involving surface ASW weapons.  
3.  Plans, manages, and directs the MK-46 Program, the VLA Program, the ASROC
Program, and the MK-46 Mod X Program.  Provides technical support for the MK-
50 Torpedo Program.  
4.  Responsible for integration of torpedoes with all ship, missile, and air
delivery systems.  Responsible for integration of torpedo/missile systems with
the surface ship launch systems.  

INTEGRATED ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT DIVISION, CODE 62 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, applied research,
development, and engineering in the field of undersea warfare systems and
acoustic systems.  
2.  Responsible for synthesis, analysis, applicability, development, and inte-
gration of ASW systems for the fleet.  
3.  Conducts test programs related to this mission.  

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CODE 62 (continued) 

4.  Plans, directs, and performs advanced and engineering development programs
in integrated undersea warfare systems and subsystems leading to introduction
of required new systems into the fleet.

ASW TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, CODE 63 

1.  Carries out basic and applied research in signal and information process-
ing, electronics, propulsion, hydrodynamics, mathematics, and materials phys-
ics to establish a technology base for the systems work of the department.  
2.  Develops new approaches to short- and long-range problems in the charter
of the department.  Builds and tests prototype systems and subsystems to eval-
uate ideas.  
3.  Participates directly in fleet system development work to provide a bridge
for technology transfer and to ensure relevance of technology development to
work in the department.  

WEAPONS SYSTEMS TEST AND EVALUATION AND RANGES DIVISION, CODE 64 

1.  Designs, plans, and conducts at-sea tests and performs system analysis for
Center and fleet programs.  
2.  Develops, operates, and maintains test ranges, an unmanned underwater
research and recovery vehicle, and specialized facilities for sonar transducer
measurements and analysis.  
3.  Provides engineering support for USS Dolphin (AGSS-555); plans, conducts,
and analyzes at-sea tests using USS Dolphin.  
4.  Assists in the installation and staffing of SOCAL ASW Range.  Operates and
maintains range commencing in FY 88.  

ASW SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DIVISION, CODE 65 

1.  Is the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEASYSCOM) Design Agent (DA) for the
Antisubmarine Warfare Control System (ASWCS).  
2.  Provides systems engineering, test support, fleet interface, configuration
management, and life cycle support for ASWCS and ASW fire control systems.  
3.  Manages and conducts independent ASWCS test and evaluation efforts for
production, industrial, and post delivery phases.  
4.  Is Technical Direction Agent (TDA) for development of the Fleet Opera-
tional Readiness Accuracy Check Site (FORACS) Program.  Acts as NAVSEASYSCOM
technical advisor to the NATO FORACS Program.  
5.  Is TDA for the Surface Ship Consolidated Operability Test (SCOT) Program.  
6.  Is DA for surface ship radiated noise measurement (SSRNM) systems.  

ASW ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION DIVISION, CODE 66 

1.  Plans and conducts performance analyses of ASW systems and subsystems.  
2.  Develops and maintains hardware-in-the-loop simulations, digital simula-
tions, emulations, and analysis tools supporting ASW system research, develop-
ment, test, and evaluation.  
3.  Develops models and algorithms supporting ASW system simulation and analy-
sis.  
4.  Supports ASW weapon hardware and software development.  


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SURVEILLANCE DEPARTMENT, CODE 70 

1.  Plans, directs, and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research,
development, engineering, test, and evaluation in surveillance of surface,
aerospace, and subsurface targets.  

ASSOCIATE FOR UNDERSEA SURVEILLANCE, CODE 701 

1.  Acts as the department point of contact for broad planning, coordination,
and review of the undersea surveillance program.  
2.  Investigates and advises the department head on promising approaches and
policy matters relating to undersea surveillance.  
3.  On behalf of the department head, interacts directly with management and
scientific personnel within the Center and the Navy surveillance community in
matters of undersea surveillance. 
4.  Maintains expertise with current undersea surveillance technology and
systems.  

SENIOR TECHNICAL STAFF, CODE 702 

1.  Advises the Head, Surveillance Department, on matters pertaining to the
RDT&E of surveillance systems and electronic combat.  
2.  Acts as the department point of contact for broad planning, coordination,
and review of the Navy Surveillance Program.  
3.  On behalf of the head, Surveillance Department, interacts directly with
management, scientific, and technical staffs and the Navy surveillance commu-
nity.  
4.  Maintains liaison with the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the
Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), systems commands, and other commands and
services as necessary to derive information required for developing and
improving Navy surveillance systems.  
5.  Represents the department and the Center at meetings for planning and
evaluation of the Navy surveillance effort. 
6.  Coordinates surveillance efforts of the department with those of other
departments and activities.  
7.  Coordinates requirements for surveillance facilities and military con-
struction.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, CODE 704 

1.  Provides administrative support to the department in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, and maintenance.  

SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY, CODE 705 

1.  Manages surveillance technology block programs.  
2.  Acts as the department point of contact for planning, coordination, and
review of surveillance technology programs.  
3.  Investigates and advises the department head on promising technology
approaches relating to surveillance. 
4.  On behalf of the department head, interacts directly with management and
scientific personnel within the Center and the Navy surveillance community in
matters relating to surveillance technology.  


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ACOUSTIC SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, CODE 71  

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research, develop-
ment, engineering, test, and evaluation in acoustic systems and technology for
surveillance.  Included in this program are mobile, deployable, and distri-
buted systems and their associated technologies; system performance analysis,
modeling, and experiments; system development; and transduction sciences.  

SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DIVISION, CODE 72 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of development engineering and
test and evaluation in surveillance systems.  Included in this program are:
system concepts, system engineering and integration, development, and testing.  
2.  Provides point of contact including coordination and planning for the
Integrated Undersea Surveillance System (IUSS).  

SIGNAL AND INFORMATION PROCESSING DIVISION, CODE 73 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research, develop-
ment, engineering, test, and evaluation in acoustic signal and information
processing systems and technology for undersea surveillance.  Included in this
program are:  narrowband and broadband signal processing; information process-
ing and expert systems; image processing; displays and MMI; and active sur-
veillance technology. 

ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEILLANCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, CODE 74 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of system design analysis,
research, development, engineering, test and evaluation, and project manage-
ment of surveillance sensor systems.  Included in this program are:  electro-
optic sensors, space-based system design, radar systems, radar signal
exploitation, passive signal exploitation, signal processing, image process-
ing, sensor system modeling, processor design, and algorithm development.  

ELECTRONIC WARFARE DIVISION, CODE 75 

1. Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research, develop-
ment, engineering, test, and evaluation in electronic warfare systems and
technology.  Included in this program are electronic countermeasures, elec-
tronic support measures, microwave and millimeter wave, and electro-optics.  

SPACE SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, CODE 76 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research, develop-
ment, engineering, test, and evaluation in space systems and technology.
Included in this program are components, subsystems, and systems necessary to
the exploitation of spaceborne sensors and relays and their associated ground
terminals.  

SIGNALS WARFARE DIVISION, CODE 77 

1.  Plans and conducts an integrated program of analysis, research, develop-
ment, engineering, test, and evaluation in signals warfare systems and
technology.  Included in this program are cryptologic systems, signals exploi-
tation, and C3 countermeasures assessment.  

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COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT, CODE 80 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes communication programs and projects from
concept formulation through fleet installation and operational support.  This
includes performing project analysis, hardware and software design, system
engineering, system design and integration, test and evaluation, and technical
management.  
2.  Develops and executes an integrated basic and applied research and tech-
nology program to support communication system development.  
3.  Acts as the Center point of contact for communications and provides com-
munications leadership, technical expertise, and consultation to NOSC, other
RDT&E activities, military offices, commands, and operational forces.  

MILITARY DEPUTY, CODE 801 

1.  Serves as Military Deputy to Head, Communications Department, and often
acts for the department head in his absence.  
2.  Provides guidance and advice to division heads in matters concerning the
fleet and acts as liaison between the Center and the fleet in communication
matters.  
3.  Serves as Military Group Head providing guidance and military supervision
to all military personnel in the Communications Department.  
4.  Participates in overall policy and program planning and development of the
Communications Department programs.  

COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT SYSTEM PROGRAM OFFICE, CODE 804

1.  Manages the Communications Support System (CSS) Program.

TECHNICAL STAFF, CODE 805 

1.  Acts as the department point of contact for broad planning, coordination,
and review of communication programs.  Interacts directly with management,
scientific, and technical staffs as appropriate.  
2.  Facilitates development of a solid department understanding of operational
force needs and problems in the area of communications.  Analyzes the depart-
ment's needs and other Navy communications programs and assesses their effec-
tiveness and relevance to solving fleet needs and problems in the area of
communications.    
3.  Manages selected high visibility department technology and system proj-
ects.  
4.  Analyzes department personnel and operational problems.  Advises and rec-
ommends to the department head appropriate department operating policies.  
5.  Assists the Head, Communications Department, in hiring new professionals
and coupling them into the appropriate communication branch. 
6.  Manages the MITRE Service Center.  
7.  Provides specialized technical assistance to department staff, divisions,
branches, and projects as necessary.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, CODE 807 

1.  Assists the Head, Communications Department, in the day-to-day operations
of the department--acts as the business manager.  

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CODE 807 (continued)

2.  Provides administrative support to the department in financial management,
resource allocation, personnel management and development, maintenance,
security, equal employment opportunity, procurement, and clerical support.  
3.  Provides contracting officer technical representative (COTR) support to
department engineers and scientists.  Assists them with general procurement
problems as appropriate.  

TECHBASE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE, CODE 808 

1.  Directs and manages exploratory development block programs assigned to
Code 80.  
2.  Coordinates all communication research and technology efforts.  
3.  Advises Code 80 on the direction and status of communication research and
technology.  
4.  Assists all Code 80 managers, scientists, and engineers in the application
of emerging research and technology.  

SHIPBOARD SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 82 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes surface ship communications programs and
projects from concept formulation through fleet installation and operational
support.  This includes performing project analysis, hardware and software
design, system engineering, systems design and integration, test and evalua-
tion, and technical management.  
2.  Develops and executes a basic and applied research and technology program
to support surface ship communication system development.  
3.  Provides Navy leadership and acts as the Center's point of contact for
surface ship communications.  Coordinates with other Navy RDT&E activities,
military offices, commands, and operational forces in the above efforts.  

SUBMARINE SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 83 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes submarine communications programs and proj-
ects from concept formulation through fleet deployment and operational
support.  This includes analysis, hardware and software design, system engi-
neering, systems development and integration, test and evaluation, and techni-
cal management. 
2.  Develops and executes a basic and applied research and technology program
to support submarine communication systems development.  
3.  Provides Navy leadership and acts as the Center's point of contact for
submarine communications.  Coordinates with other Navy RDT&E activities, mili-
tary offices, commands, and operational forces in the above effort.  

SPACE SYSTEMS DIVISION, CODE 84 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes space communications programs and projects
from concept formulation through fleet installation and operational support.
This includes project analysis, hardware and software design, system engineer-
ing, systems design and integration, test and evaluation, and technical man-
agement.  
2.  Develops and executes a basic and applied research and technology program
to support space communication system development.  Specializes in the VHF
through the optical frequency regime.  

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CODE 84 (continued)

3.  Provides Navy leadership and acts as the Center's point of contact for
space communications.  This includes providing Navy leadership for electro-
optic communications research and technology.  Coordinates with other Navy
RDT&E activities, military offices, commands, and operational forces in the
above efforts.  

INTEGRATED SYSTEMS AND NETWORKING DIVISION, CODE 85 

1.  Plans, manages, and executes programs for the development and integration
of communications systems to support the unique needs of shipboard, submarine,
aircraft, and shore facilities which require special communications capabili-
ties from concept formulation through fleet installation and operational sup-
port.  The division focuses particularly on requirements for application of
state-of-the-art networking technology to provide integrated systems to sup-
port the command and control functions of the Navy, Marine Corps, and multi-
service DOD requirements.  This includes requirements analyses, hardware and
software design, systems engineering, systems design and integration, test and
evaluation, and technical management.  
2.  Develops and executes a basic and applied research and technology program
to support the development of integrated communication systems and communica-
tions networks.  
3.  Provides Navy leadership and acts as the Center's point of contact for
integrated communication systems and networking.  Coordinates with other Navy
RDT&E activities, military offices, commands, and operational forces in the
above efforts.  


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ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCES DEPARTMENT, CODE 90 

1.  Plans, directs, and conducts research, development, test, and evaluation
programs in the following areas:  computer science, real-time simulation and
emulation, automatic data processing, "deep submergence" technology, and
undersea systems; and mechanical and electronic engineering, product engineer-
ing, product assurance, software quality management and assurance, systems
life-cycle support, environmental testing, prototype manufacturing; and dis-
semination of technical information.  

TECHNICAL STAFF OFFICE, CODE 903 

1.  Assists the department head by providing technical expertise in:  1) prep-
aration and maintenance of advance planning for the department including
MILCON; and 2) review and development with the division heads of the technol-
ogy base programs to support the technical thrusts of the department projects.  

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF OFFICE, CODE 904 

1.  Assists the department head by providing technical expertise in:  1)
developing and maintaining a personnel plan and its implementation; 2) devel-
oping and overseeing financial plans for the department indirect overhead
budget and proposal budget; 3) developing and overseeing the equipment and
minor construction, alterations, and improvement programs for the department;
and 4) space coordination.  

COMPUTER SCIENCES AND SIMULATION DIVISION, CODE 91 

1.  Provides a comprehensive capability for the valid simulation of the per-
formance of acoustic systems in various undersea environments against targets
of interest in tactically and strategically significant scenarios.  
2.  Provides and maintains a capability to meet the Center's analog and hybrid
computing needs.  
3.  Provides and maintains a capability to meet the general computing needs of
the Center.  
4.  Serves as a consultant to Center personnel on computer and simulation
related problems.  
5.  As the Center's focal point for computer acquisition, reviews requests for
computer-related services including hardware and software, obtains necessary
Department of the Navy approvals, and prepares the necessary reports.  
6.  Conducts research and development in computer sciences related to Navy
programs.  
7.  Provides Centerwide local area network service through installation and
expansion of the Generalized Communications Backbone (GCB).  
8.  Functions as advisor and consultant in computer sciences to other RDT&E
laboratories and Governmental units.  
9.  Represents NOSC concerning local area networking technology and security
issues.  
10. Plans and develops office automation capability for the Center.  
11. Operates the Computer Resource Center for the convenience and support of
Center personnel using intelligent computer work stations as well as Center
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PRODUCT ASSURANCE DIVISION, CODE 92 

1.  Provides engineering and technical support to Center developments and
projects in the following functional areas:  1) computer software independent
verification and validation; 2) hardware and software quality assurance; 3)
reliability and maintainability engineering; 4) system safety engineering; 5)
configuration management; 6) integrated logistics support; and 7) production
support engineering.  
2.  Functions as the Center's focal point on all data management issues and
operates the Center's Data Management Office.  

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION, CODE 93 

1.  Provides engineering, studies, analysis, design, and hardware development
to Center organizations, SYSCOM's, fleet units, and other sponsors.  Designs
and develops electronic, mechanical, and electromechanical components, equip-
ments, and systems.  Develops structural material applications; performs mate-
rials characterization, metallurgical quality and component failure analysis,
and nondestructive tests; specifies materials and manufacturing processes;
performs mechanical structural analysis in design with emphasis upon automated
techniques; operates the Center metallurgical, plastics, and x-ray laborato-
ries and NOSC electronics fabrication, assembly, and check-out facility, and
fiber optics development laboratory.  Serves as the Center focal point for
manufacturing technology projects and provides data base management support
for SYSCOM data in manufacturing technology and robotic/artificial intelli-
gence.  Supports test technology by serving on the Test Technology Strategy
Team, coordinates Navy (T2) RDT&E, reviews and promotes test related industry
research and development (IRAD) projects, and works with SYSCOM's in providing
techniques and tools to integrate diagnostics at all levels of acquisition and
operation.  Manages the Center's Computer Aided Engineering Program office
which is responsible for the Computer Aided Engineering and Documentation
System service center and integrated engineering functions such as drafting
printed circuit board layout, computer aided manufacturing, and integrated
logistics support.  

OCEAN ENGINEERING DIVISION, CODE 94  

1.  Conducts research, development, test, and evaluation of techniques and
equipment to:  1) provide man with safe and reliable means to perform useful
work within the sea--as a diver, in vehicles, or remotely from the surface;
and 2) develop and apply "deep submergence" technology to Navy missions
including both noncombatant and combatant systems.  
2.  Supports the Navy's search, work, salvage, surveillance, and mine counter-
measures programs.  Management and engineering are applied in the areas of
unmanned remotely operated submersible systems, artificial intelligence,
robotics, manipulator and work systems, sensors, controls and displays, and
handling systems.  This includes the advancement of acoustic telemetry commu-
nications and undersea applications of fiber optics components and data link
systems.  

SUPPORT ENGINEERING DIVISION, CODE 95 

1.  Provides engineering support to DOD and to Center research and development
projects.  

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CODE 95 (continued) 

2.  Develops and operates system test facilities, systems test planning, per-
formance evaluations, at-sea testing, and instrumentation analysis for major
systems during shock, vibration, and environmental testing.  
3.  Operates and maintains prototype manufacturing shops to support the devel-
opment of systems, components, and one-of-a-kind hardware for developmental
testing.  
4.  Calibrates and maintains Center test and measurement equipment. 
5.  Manages the centralized machine shop.  

TECHNICAL INFORMATION DIVISION, CODE 96 

1.  Provides planning, preparation, and printing of Center publications.  
2.  Provides photographic, video, and graphic art services.  
3.  Provides technical research library services.  
4.  Manages photographic equipment requisitions, coordinates the Center copier
program, and serves as liaison with the Navy Publications and Printing Serv-
ice.  
5.  Provides essential functions necessary to support the Hawaii Laboratory in
the areas of publications, graphic arts, audiovisual, and the technical
library.  


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