The amount of defense dollars needed to ensure the safety and security of this nation and its citizens has been under debate throughout our history. Even more critical than how much the United States should spend, however, is how it should spend it. This is especially true today because of the strategic challenges posed by the ongoing global war on terrorism and, more acutely, because of our need to recapitalize aging, Cold War-era infrastructure and capability. Burgeoning technological and operational changes are dramatically altering the way we fight, requiring new platforms and capabilities. Revolutionizing the way our defense dollars are spent presents opportunities borne of these challenges; like the American business revolution from which the term sprang, Sea Enterprise is about creating fiscal opportunity across the Navy enterprise.