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JACQUELINE S. JANNING-LASK - DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING DIRECTORATE
Jacqueline S. Janning-Lask
, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director of Engineering and Technical Management Services, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The directorate ensures America's air, space, and cyber forces have superior Air Force intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, precision engagement, and electronic warfare systems capabilities by developing, demonstrating and transitioning advanced sensors and sensing technologies. The directorate’s primary areas of technology investment include radio frequency sensing; net-centric spectrum warfare; electro-optical sensors and countermeasures; automatic target recognition; performance based sensing; and electronic devices. Ms. Janning-Lask oversees an annual budget of more than $900 million, and directs the activities of approximately 1,200 scientists, engineers, and support.
Ms. Janning-Lask began her federal service in the Aeronautical Systems Division’s Engineering Directorate in 1988 as a systems engineer. She has held numerous management and technical positions within the Air Force Research Laboratory, and acquisition communities. She most recently served as Chief, Science & Technology Management Division, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Science, Technology & Engineering) at the Pentagon.
To provide superior technical recommendations, decision, and products with a highly skilled community of people.
AFLCMC/EN-EZ is the technical arm of the Life Cycle Management Center's workforce based at Wright-Patterson AFB. It constitutes the largest organic technical workforce in the Air Force acquisition community. Along with training, organizing, and equipping this workforce, EN-EZ is charged with formulating and implementing an effective set of technical processes.
Influences, deploys, and implements career and manpower management processes used to organize, maintain and equip AFLCMC's scientist and engineer (S&E) workforce. Provides the force development function for all S&E resources in AFLCMC. Serves as the center for information and knowledge management for the EN-EZ Directorate, providing the local area network and desktop computer requirements, systems, operations, and support. Establishes, implements, and improves processes that enable daily operation of the EN directorate and ensure proper management of its resources.
AFLCMC/EZC provides leadership, integration and technical direction in the areas of: CyberSecurity Engineering and Assessments, Acquisition Facilities Engineering, and Enterprise Systems and Software. Division personnel provide solutions for program office technical issues, conduct independent reviews, develop guidance and implementation for standard technical processes, and provide workforce development support for AFLCMC programs, joint programs, and other organizations.
• Provide trained and capable cybersecurity and acquisition facilities engineering teams.
• Provide accurate and timely cyber security certification recommendations to appropriate AOs. Develop and implement a robust process for integrating cyber security into systems through the application of SE processes.
• Provide expertise in non-embedded software systems and engineering to include enterprise architecture, business analysis and software development tools.
• Establish expertise in the development/modification and application of commercial software development and test processes. As embedded acquisition facilities engineering SME's, work with program offices to ensure that facilitates performance, schedule and budget requirements are accomplished.
The Product Support Engineering Division provides engineering expertise and technical management to USAF, AFMC, and AFLCMC leadership and Program Offices by giving direction, analysis, design, and consultation services in the Product Support Engineering disciplines. AFLCMC/EZP develops, deploys, and maintains technical process and training for aspects of Reliability and Maintainability, Integrity Program support, Critical Safety Item management, Sustainment Technology Process execution, and Software Sustainment. The Division also provides career management support and mentoring to the science and engineering workforce in assigned competency areas.
Affordable Warfighter Readiness…Innovative Product Support Engineering Capabilities.
The Avionics Engineering Division provides avionics systems engineering leadership and technical support to program offices to design, develop, manufacture, integrate, test, and deploy airborne weapon systems. Defines and maintains technical processes; identifies current and future avionics technical needs; and supports avionics developments to satisfy user needs. Applies avionics technology to systems through defined processes and continuous interfacing with appropriate AFLCMC program office personnel, labs, other government agencies, universities, and industry. Areas of responsibility: Integrated Avionics Systems, Defensive Systems, Electronic Design Integrity, Embedded Computer Resources, Low Observables, Fire Control, Communication/Navigation/Identifications, Air Traffic Management, Electro-Magnetic Environmental Effects (E3), Anti-Tamper, IA Certification and Accreditation, Network Centric Warfare, Directed Energy, Avionics Architectures, and Software. Provides technical counseling and career management for engineers across the Center.
The Flight Systems Engineering Division provides engineering leadership and technical management to Wings, Groups, Squadrons, and other Agencies providing direction, analysis, design, integration, and verification services on all USAF aeronautical programs for flight systems disciplines. AFLCMC/EZF develops, documents, maintains, and deploys, processes in all aspects of flight system engineering, airworthiness certification criteria and aircraft, propulsion, and mechanical systems integrity programs. AFLCMC/EZF interfaces with AFLCMC organizations, AF labs, government agencies, industry and academia to support technology transition for USAF systems to meet the evolving needs of the warfighter.
The Systems Engineering Division provides systems engineering leadership and technical direction in the areas of: systems design and integration; manufacturing, quality and industrial engineering; airworthiness; weapons integration; and configuration, and data management to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and other organizations. Develops, deploys, and maintains a technical workforce and processes to assure weapon systems are fully integrated, manufactured, sustained, configuration managed and operationally safe, suitable and effective throughout their life cycle. Executes AFPD 62-6, USAF Airworthiness, through standardized processes, qualified personnel and verified tools in the issuance of flight authorizations. Exploits emerging technologies through interfaces with AFMC labs, other government agencies, universities, and industry. Responsible for force development of the engineering work force in the designated areas of responsibility.
Leading the USAF to ensure that air systems can safely attain, sustain, and complete flight.
The Armament Engineering Division provides weapons systems engineering leadership and technical support to program offices to design, develop, manufacture, integrate, test, and deploy armament systems. The division supports the definition and maintenance of technical processes, identifies current and future armament technical needs, and supports armament developments to satisfy user needs. The division ensures application of disciplined technical processes, such as PIT Assessment and Authorization processes, to assure our warfighter understands cybersecurity risks associated with the weapon systems. The division is responsible for force development of the engineering work force in the designated areas of responsibility; maintains and makes available, the Digital Engineering Acquisition Tech Hub for Simulation, Training, Analysis & Research (DEATHSTAR) to support engineering analyses and initiatives; and operates the Engineering and Data Service Center (EDSC) to provide engineering data to support activities that develop, acquire, maintain and support assigned aircraft and weapon systems, to include Research, Development and Test and Evaluation.
The Systems Analysis and Training Systems Division (AFLCMC/EZJ) provides independent weapon system design and analysis expertise in the areas of combat effectiveness analysis, weapon system vulnerability analysis, live fire test and evaluation (LFT&E), system supportability analysis and training (simulator) systems to warfighter, acquisition community and other DoD decision makers. EZJ develops, deploys and maintains modeling, simulation and analysis tools, processes and databases to evaluate conceptual and existing systems. The division also provides mentoring and career management support to the science and engineering workforce in assigned competency areas.
The Acquisition Environmental and Industrial Facilities Division is the Air Force's executive agent in managing all USAF-owned industrial plants, including facilities management, environmental stewardship, and community outreach. The division also provides environmental engineering and program-specific facilities support to AFLCMC's weapon system acquisition programs, including developing acquisition strategies that address environmental risk in the systems engineering process, planning for compliance with environmental laws, and pursuing environmentally-friendly processes and technology Vision: Leading the Air Force in Government Owned, Contractor Operated (GOCO) Facility Management and Weapon System Environmental Engineering.
Provide Independent Munitions Effectiveness Analyses and Critical Weaponeering Methodologies to the Acquisition Community, Joint Service Planners, and Warfighter.
Be the “go to source” for quality and timely weapon effectiveness software, data, and analytical products for the operational and acquisition communities.
Be an agile AF organization that brings and maintains critical weapon effects methodologies from research and development along with data collected from weapon program offices and test organizations, and associated analytical expertise to operational targeteers/weaponeers and acquisition community.
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