U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-3880-6

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-3880-6
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OPNAVINST 3880.6
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~PNAV INSTRUCTION 3880.6
From:
Chief of Naval Operatior~s
Subj:
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE LIAISOIJ OFFICER
(STILO) PROGRAM AND INTELLIGEJ~CE SUPPORT FOR THE NATJAT,
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVALUATION, AND
ACQUISITION COMMUNITIES
Ref:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
OPNAVINST 381101B (NOTAL)
NAVINTCOMINST 5440.1 (NOTAL)
OPNAVINST c3882.2 (NOTAL)
OPNAVINST S3820e16D (NoTAL)
DODINST 5000.42 (NOTAL)
OPNAVINST 5000.42C
(NOTAL)
NAVINTCOMINST 3890.lB (NOTAL)
NIC 2600A-001-87, Apr 87 (NOTAL)
OPNAVINST S7030.3C (NOTAL!
SECNAVINST 3811.1 (NOTAL)
Purpose. To define objectives of the Navy Scientific and
Technical Intelligence Liaison Officer (STILO) Program and to
outline the responsibilities of the Naval Systems Commands,
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) Centers, anti
laboratory STILO’S.
1.
2.
Background and Definitions
a. Formalized procedures are required to effect
intelligence supportt liaison, and coordination among the RP’T&:
and intelligence communities.
b. The Commander, Naval Intelligence Command
(COMNAVINTCOM) directs and coordinates intelligence collectl~~:,,
production, and dissemination to satisfy Department of l~avy
Intelligence information requirements.
The cost and complexity of design~ research~
c.
development, test, evaluation~ procurement~ installation~
maintenance and modification of modern weapon systems require
accurate and timely scientific and technical (S&T) and threat
intelligence support throughout the life cycle of those systems.
(1) S&T intelligence is that intelligence concerning
foreign activities in basic and applied scientific and
technical research and development, including engineering and
production techniques, new technology, and weapon systems
capabilities and characteristics.
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(~) Thre:lt-.
illtelligerlceis the result of analysis and
~Jt-f)jf(=t
military
characteristics
of io[~’ign
and taCt_ics
in light
of their
potential
or gene’rc~l
U.S.
niss.ionsf
systernst
01
ions
doctrine
specific
capabilities,
impact
on
Ldc tics.
~engthen
d.
‘i’he STILO Program was established in 1970 to :’t
the interface and flow of intelligence between the intel liger~ce
c(lmm~lnit.y
and Naval
Material
Command activities.
The
fl~:~~~:;kablisl~mer]t
of the Naval
Material
Command notwitllstandillg,
primary
STILO objectives
remain
to channel
and expedite
intelligence
flow
from the
intelligence
community
to
acquisition
and RDT&E organizations
and to provide
the
intelligence
community
with
an experienced
intelligence
point
of contact
for
intelligence
~~rofessional
as tl]e primary
nl~tters
at those
organizations.
3. Scope. Timely availability of pertinent S&T and threat
~l]t.e~ligenceare required throughout the acquisition and RDT&E
Communities
development,
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to support
acquisition
the
weapor~ and weapon-related
and testing
process.
sj’stems
Respunslbilities
a. Overall policy direction and coordination
responsibility for the Navy STIL(.)program is assumed
Director
of [Javal
Intelligence
(DN1) (OP-92).
by
tile
b.
The Assistant to the DNI for Technology (OP-092’~)
fulfills tl]epolicy direction responsibilit’i for tl]eDIJI.
(“ .
s’J’ILO funding and billet management responsibilitiess
remain with tl~eparent activities.
1
The Commanding
Officer,
Naval
Technical
Intelligence
t;ent~~
(NAVTEC1iINTCEN),
fulfills
the cc~ordinati(>l]
t]lc N~V’1’[’Cl]]lJqU~lJ
Specliicallyf
responsibility
for
the DNI.
(PJTIC-O(jC)
will:
l’ec~~nical
llirectOK
(1)
Coordinate
ir~tellige]lce
support
to,
anfl
t.t]eS’.!’
i!J(J})luqrd17 t-(fl
ma])ltdin
sharin(;
wit.l~lr~,
information
optimum
ir]
acquisition
and
(2)
!Javy acquisition
coILmunity.
ti)e
Intelligellce suppolt to tl]t’
lJaV~
eifect.lve
RDT&E comr[~ullities.
Serve as the primary
and
point
l(DT&E activities
2
of
contact
between
the
an~i tt]c irltclli(jel)ce
—
.
(4) Conduct
S’i’ILO conferences,
ds~urt’
efi~ective
program
management
dvailable
to S’111,0’S.
intcllige]lce
and
(5) Coordinate
with
acquisition
com7Lun i ties.
ST ILQS to obtain
technical
assist.
dr~ce for
ki~e i[ltelligence
community
(at
least
currency”
annually)
of
to
and RD’I’LE
and engineering
wl-ien required.
e.
The l{aval
Systems
Commands,
RI)T&E Centers,
and
Laboratories
shall
designate
ST ILO’S and provide
essential
resources
and facilities.
The STILO function
should
be
established
at the staff
level
with
direct
access
to tl~e
The
commander/technical
director
for
i~]telliyence
matters.
designated
STILO shall
be aware
of planned
and ongoing
command
projects,
be alert
to applicable
intelligence
already
establish
requirements
for
that
wl]ich
is not
available,
dvai.lable;
and be aggressive
in the pursuit
of both.
and as described
by the threat
support
Specificallyr
responsibilities
identified
in reference
(a),
the STILO shall:
(1) Keep the commanding officer informed of
threat
on the
ir]telligence
command’s
(2)
requirements
projects.
(3)
acquisition
intelligence
tecl]nical
adequate
and
mission
Maintain
pertaining
technological
and assigned
a current
file
to activity
developri]ents
projects.
of intelligence
acquisition
and
Ensure
Navy weapon
systems
development
programs
cor~sider
and use currer~t
threat
appropriate
to their
programs.
(4) Review
development
intelligence
proposed technical
and test
input.
plans
for
approaches,
appropriate
S&T and
which
impact
RDT&E
and
proposed
and
(5) Coordinate
the submission
of requests
fGr threat
support,
Intelligence
Production/Collect
ion Requiremeilts
(I PRs/I~:Rs)
and Statemerlts
of Intel
ligel]ce
Interest
(s11s)
.
produced
efforts,
required
(6)
Consistent
witl]
restrictions
on use of contractor
threat
assessmer~ts
in development
and acquisition
assist
command program/project
managers
in identifying
contractor
ir~tellicjence
support.
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(7) Prior
to execution
of any contract
DD 254
shows
a “yes”
in block
n(j)
for
Sensitive
Compartrnented
coordinate
with
the IJaval
Ir~telligcncc
Information
(SCI),
{NIAC-74)
to assure
Alli (-~r:lat.ior] Venter
compliar~ce
wit-l]
contra<:ting
procedures
defined
in reference
(b).
whicl]
(8)
i;~telligence
L1.fl(:[’l.
establish
Coordinate
command
requirements
for
special
billets
al)d cleararlces
wit]]
tile Special
Sec~lrit7
Provide
expertise
and assistal]ce
wt)erl reql~ir~d
to
related
compartrnented
prOgK~iOS.
sensitive
intelligence-
(9) Assist NAVTECHINTCEN in obtaining tecl]nical
expertise when requested by tl]e intelligence cor~munity.
(10) Maintain
comlflan~is,
point
of
liaison
witl]
RDT&E Centerst
Laboratories;
contact
with
the
intelligence
the
STILO’S
of
and act
as
community.
(ii)
Coordinate
tile command’s
involvem(’n~
T!iat:elid
exploitation,
including
the submission
command/activity
requirements
for
exploitation.
pertains.
other
the primary
ill f~r~’i~~n
of
Reference
(c)
col:unand/activity
~~(~int o~
(12)
Act- as tl]e primary
contact
for
the
Foreign
Military
Intelligence
Co] lc’ct ion
Anh.jvit-.ies
defined
in reference
(d) .
(F0R14KA)
Program,
required
(13)
Serve
intelligence
as
the
and
activity’s
tl]reat
taski[]g
sup~~ott.
authority
for-
as tl)e
sole
command/activity
authority
for
(14)
Serve
the !Javal
Intelligence
community
for
including
coordinating
funding
to
intelligence/threat
support,
support
such
tasking
when NAVIIJTCOM requires
SUC1l funding.
tasking
Navy RI)T&E activities,
5.
Procedures.
——shall
reques~intelligence
supportl
conduct
liaison
with
other
intelligence
follows:
througl]
their
STILU’S
effective
coordination,
allfl
orgal]izations
a$
for mandatory
threat
assessment
~upport
a.
Requests
development
programs
required
by
references
Navy weapons
(e),
and (f)
will
be forwarded
to COMNAVINTCOM (NIC-10)~
copy to the Assistant
to the DNI for Technology
(oP-092T)~
NAVTECHINTCE!J .
to
(a),
witl~
and
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