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To identify, develop, deliver and sustain information warfare capabilities and services that enable naval, joint, coalition and other national missions operating in warfighting domains from seabed to space; and to perform such other functions and tasks as directed.
Rapidly delivering cyber warfighting capability from seabed to space.
Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) is one of five major Department of Navy acquisition commands. While other Navy acquisition commands, like Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), focus on specific platforms, NAVWAR focuses on capable and secure communications and networks that span platforms and facilities.
NAVWAR provides research and development, systems engineering, testing and evaluation, technical, in-service and support services to it’s respective acquisition program executive offices (PEOs) during all phases of a program’s lifecycle. NAVWAR consists of bicoastal reporting Naval Information Warfare Centers (NIWCs), which collectively account for more than 11,000 civilian, active duty and reserve professionals located around the world.
Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic Conducts research, development, prototyping, engineering, test and evaluation, installation, and sustainment of integrated information warfare capabilities and services across all warfighting domains with an emphasis on Expeditionary Tactical Capabilities & Enterprise IT and Business Systems in order to drive innovation and warfighter information advantage.
Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC) Pacific Conducts research, development, prototyping, engineering, test and evaluation, installation, and sustainment of integrated information warfare capabilities and services across all warfighting domains with emphasis on Basic and Applied Research and Tactical Systems Afloat and Ashore in order to drive innovation and warfighter information advantage.
Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) is the Navy’s first line to acquire the right communication and technology tools to deliver affordable, integrated and interoperable information warfare capabilities to the fleet. PEO C4I is headquartered at NAVWAR’s Old Town Campus in San Diego, CA. It includes eleven program offices responsible for acquiring fielding, and supporting C4I systems extending across Navy, joint, and coalition platforms. This includes the management of acquisition programs and projects that cover all C4I disciplines.
Program Executive Office Digital and Enterprise Services (PEO Digital) is the Department of the Navy’s (DON) enterprise-wide information technology acquisition agent. PEO Digital is digitally transforming systems to evolve and deliver modern capabilities and technologies to maintain the competitive edge while meeting demand signals from our user communities. The challenge is delivering the tools required by the DON with speed, agility and affordability.
Program Executive Office Manpower, Logistics and Business (PEO MLB) is the Department of the Navy’s manpower, logistics and business solutions information technology acquisition agent. The systems and solutions PEO MLB develops, acquires and delivers are the backbone enabling the DON’s day-to-day administrative, business and financial operations. PEO MLB provides Sailors, Marines, DON civilians and their support systems with the services needed to complete their missions and tools to manage their careers.