Seaport-e: Experience

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Functional Area 1: Research and Development Support
1 GDIT N66604-00-D-151B GDIT provides R&D support for the LBVDS information processing algorithms. GDIT developed software to translate the LBVDS Demonstration Model data to a format compatible with the NUWC off-line processors.
2 GDIT N00178-01-D-3012 GDIT supports the Navy's R&D efforts by providing 3-D topside models for future ship systems. GDIT also performs electromagnetic analyses for these developmental efforts and evaluates proposed system, sensor and antenna locations for potential EMI. We also conduct engineering research, system vulnerability studies and technical analyses to determine the EM environment for proposed systems and sensors.
3 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 Under this NSWCCD Contract, ManTech performs in the areas of underwater acoustics pertaining to SONAR and ASW, ship silencing and signature reduction and the establishment of coastal defense systems for Homeland Security. The current program tasking encompasses entire system architectures from transducers and sensors, analog signal conditioning, analog to digital conversion, electrical and optical telemetry implementations, advanced algorithm development and signal processing systems, operator controls and displays, operator training and tactical implementation, and technical documentation. This tasking spans research and development from the evaluation of emerging war fighting requirements to the operational fleet introduction of new technologies and systems.
4 GDIT Cairo/F/LP/SF/A&T/2000/7 for 20 Sea Shadows to Egypt Using company investments, GDIT conducted R&D into the design and development of its own diver propulsion vehicle Sea Shadow. The effort required what if analysis, solid modeling, testing of designs, and qualification testing of the product. GDIT has delivered 28 systems to date to various countries since a base line was established.
5 EG&G N00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided research and development engineering support for the system requirements and specification definitions as well as design engineering of a new silver-zinc battery system for the Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS). This support consisted of analysis of state-of-the-art power systems technologies and applying the best fit technology to the ASDS battery design requirements.
6 Northrop Grumman N63394-01-D-1241 Under this Contract SCCI team member Northrop Grumman led the Research and Development of the Joint Fires Network (JFN) and the transition of JFN to the field activities for follow-on test and evaluation. We are also responsible for the development and operation of the ATWCS laboratory. System modeling and simulation was used extensively to aid in the system development. The lab was also used for stimulation of existing systems for engineering development and fault analysis.
7 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech provides underwater acoustics services for SONAR and ASW, ship silencing and signature reduction, and the establishment of coastal defense systems for Homeland Security. The program tasking encompasses entire system architectures from transducers and sensors, analog signal conditioning, analog to digital conversion, electrical and optical telemetry implementations, advanced algorithm development and signal processing systems, operator controls and displays, operator training and tactical implementation, and technical documentation. These research and development projects have included analyses of the fundamental physical processes; development of performance requirements and state-of-the-art conceptual system architectures to meet specific mission objectives.
Functional Area 2: Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Process Engineering Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
Lockheed engineers performed strategic planning and engineering analyses for future Tomahawk weapons control systems as well as for major upgrades to existing, deployed WCSs. As members of system design working groups, we defined program requirements that satisfied fleet needs and assisted in translating those requirements into system concepts and plans. We generated operational descriptions, concepts of operations, system missions, operational sequences and operational interface requirements associated with newly-added capabilities. We also provided system engineering support to define enhancements for improving TOMAHAWK cruise missile performance and accommodating planned and emerging missile upgrades.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
We performed strategic planning and engineering analyses for future Tomahawk weapons control systems as well as for major upgrades to existing, deployed WCSs. As members of system design working groups, we defined program requirements that satisfied fleet needs and assisted in translating those requirements into system concepts and plans. We generated operational descriptions, concepts of operations, system missions, operational sequences, and operational interface requirements associated with newly-added capabilities. We also provided system engineering support to define enhancements for improving TOMAHAWK cruise missile performance to accommodate planned and emerging missile upgrades. For example, we were members of the design working group for adding a Tomahawk missile pre-designation capability for the Block III WCS and provided requirements analyses and estimates of the impact and cost of the requirements changes; performed functional analyses and allocation of requirements at the system/segment design description (SSDD) level; and created design syntheses at the system level.This pre-designation enhancement provided the fleet with the capability to shorten missile preparation time, making Tomahawk more responsive to joint force needs.
3 GDIT N00189-03-D-0004 GDIT provides engineering support services such as: providing industrial fabrication services, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface ASW and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs; fabrication, installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-approved property management system and providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and GFM to installation sites worldwide and repair services for ships and shore-based facilities.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-15420
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI established a Source Data Analysis Team (SDAT) composed of SCCI's life cycle engineering staff collocated with the Tomahawk Software Support Activity (SSA) at NSWC DD. The SDAT interfaces with the system and software engineers throughout the design and development process and provides our technical manual developers and trainers with early information on planned engineering and software design changes, configuration changes, and system level requirements changes for all variants of the WCS and all of its interfaces. They do this by attending design review meetings, software design inspections, and system requirements reviews. This process allows logistics products to arrive in the fleet the synchronized with software deliveries.
5 URS/EG&G N00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided engineering design support for the Power Monitor for the Jammer Technique Optimization (JATO) project. EG&G assessed the Countermeasure Set Acoustic (CSA) MK2 wet and dry side cabling, external hull penetrator, and junction box electrical and mechanical condition prior to and after outboard cable rip out and replacement during SHIPALT 4247K. EG&G performed ship check to assess configuration and electrical and mechanical condition of the Vertical Launch System (VLS) weapons control cables under SHIPALT 4111D.
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
These projects were was awarded to our team, composed of SCCI and our subcontractor, LM M&DS, because of over 30 years of combined experience in supporting Tomahawk hardware design and manufacture, system software design and development, system security engineering, technical manual and IETM development and production, curricula and Interactive Courseware (ICW) development, and shipboard and schoolhouse instructor services. The SCCI/LM team has developed a comprehensive set of tools and processes that ensure the products and services are of the highest quality and meet the needs of the customer and end users. Our team member, GDIT, under their Contract N63394-97-D-1116, provides MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) and MK 13 and 26 Guided Missile Launching System (GMLS) engineering and field service support at the PHD NSWC and on-site at waterfront locations in support of the U.S. and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) fleet. Support provided includes engineering and technical expertise to solve problems relating to launcher installation, alignment matters, equipment problems and discrepancies and to provide checkout testing verification.
7 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 Under this Contract N00167-00-D-0110, our team member ManTech supports the preparation, conduct, and documentation of signature trials using current and future signatures measurement systems and portable systems. They also provide technical management documentation support for the TB-16, TB-23, TB-29, and TB-16 Special Towed Array (STA) and advanced development submarine and surface ship towed array sonar systems.
Functional Area 3: Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
1 GDIT N66604-02-D-1778 GDIT supports the Weapons Analysis Facility (WAF), the Navy's premier hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) torpedo simulation lab. The GDIT Software development team provides design, development, integration and testing services to all aspects of the WAF Simulation Software System. This includes modifications to algorithms that support the creation of Synthetic Ocean Environments, environmental modeling of Reverberation and Transmission Loss, Signal Processing, Generation and Inverse Beam forming and modeling of Synthetic Platforms and Weapons.
2 GDIT N00167-98-D-0003 GDIT provides specialized scientific, engineering and technical services in the fields of structural acoustics, acoustic technology, shock technology and advanced applications directed towards RDT&E for various submarine and surface ship programs. Technical areas include structural dynamics, active noise and vibration control, advanced structural concepts to enhance acoustic signatures and survivability, hydroacoustic modeling, composite materials and advanced computer software tools for finite element acoustic modeling. We provide technical support for the structural, material and advanced signature reduction tasks related to the Advanced Enclosed Mast/Sensors (AEM/S) System mast for future ships, including DD21, CVN(X), and CVN(77), and evaluation of the modeling and analysis capabilities of the PLWHIP design assessment tool. GDIT's contract N00178-00-D-3012 with NSWCDD covers development of 3-D models for use in specialized shipboard EMC. GDIT updates the Shipboard Electromagnetic Compatibility Improvement Program (SEMCIP) Technical Assistance Network (STAN) database, used by engineers and Fleet personnel for guidance on EMI problems and solutions. Contract N00167-00-D-0047 has provided modeling and analysis support to enhance survivability and ship signature posture, including modeling of advanced surface ship topside concepts and development of integrated tools to assess transmission paths of acoustic energy.
3 URS/EG&G GS-35F-5927H EG&Gengineered multi-program, multi-generational training scenarios and provided programming, engineering and system support to SPAWAR and NAVSEA in the analysis, design and architecture development of Joint Simulation System (JSIMS), Joint Maritime Gaming System (JMGS) and Submarine Multi-Mission Team Trainer (SMMTT) programs. They provided an object-oriented architecture design and performed programming and engineering development of cross communication capabilities between the maritime JSIMS models and the core infrastructure. They participated in test development and model validation events and performed architecture studies for later use by Mission Space Object (MSO) developers, specializing in from-to build models and worked a lead QA role ensuring the MSO developers built all models within CMM specifications and practices. EG&G established the military modeling framework by applying object oriented language architecture standards using the Unified Modeling Language.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI's experience in the use of models, simulators, and stimulators to develop software design decision making-related data is extensive. Our technical staff is expert in creating and validating physical, mathematic, and logical system and process representations. For instance, since ATWCS design is based on network connections and a component may not yet be available, it is our standard practice to build an emulator for the missing part. Modeling a future ATWCS product allowed our software developers to test and resolve interface issues early in the overall development process. We also developed a group of embedded simulators, which provided appropriate interfacing-system responses and facilitated holding the development schedule.
5 URS/EG&G N00164-98-D-0020 EG&Gconducted technical analyses to determine the maintainability and diagnostics used to pinpoint failures of designated aircraft equipment and components. We assisted in determining inherent repairability and recommended maintenance concepts. Based upon the investigations and analyses, we identified recommended changes in maintenance philosophy on specific mission avionics hardware, evaluated Automated Test Equipment (ATE), Interface Devices (IDs), and Test Program Sets (TPSs) to ensure compatibility with existing and planned hardware changes.
6 SCCI N63394-01-D-1241 SCCI teammate Northrop Grumman supports the development and operation of the ATWCS laboratory. System modeling and simulation was used extensively to aid in the system development. The lab was also used for stimulation of existing systems for engineering development and fault analysis.
7 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech provides specialized scientific, engineering and technical services for structural dynamics, active noise and vibration control, advanced structural concepts to enhance acoustic signatures and survivability, hydroacoustic modeling, composite materials, and advanced computer software tools for finite element acoustic modeling. Examples include technical support for the structural, material, and advanced signature reduction tasks related to the Advanced Enclosed Mast/Sensors (AEM/S) System mast for future ships, including DD21, CVN(X), and CVN(77) and evaluation of the modeling and analysis capabilities of the PLWHIP design assessment tool.
Functional Area 4: Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
1 GDIT N66604-98-D-2490 GDIT provided systems engineering and ancillary engineering/system prototyping support to the Communications/Electronic Support Measures Program. GDIT developed, fabricated and tested multiple prototype units for T&E aboard multiple platforms demonstrating compliance of the equipment and system design with specifications/fleet system requirements.
2 GDIT N00167-98-D-0054 GDIT develops 3-D geometry models of low-observable ship top-side structures and supports the Finite Element Modeling of CVN 77, LPD 17, other US Navy and foreign naval assets for signature evaluation. In support of building and fabrication, GDIT evaluated the Programmable Automated Welding Systems (PAWS) at the Shipbuilding Welding Robotics' Laboratory (SWRL). In development of mock-ups and prototypes, GDIT prepared piping and equipment layouts for the Total Open System Architecture (TOSA) and prototype engine rooms for the Engine Room Arrangement Model (ERAM) team. In the reduction of reflected signatures, maintenance and manufacturing costs, GDIT supported the prototyping and evaluation of composite materials in surface topside and undersea structures.
3 GDIT N00189-98-D-0037 GDIT has performed tasking such as: providing fabrication and machining, develop mockups, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface ASW and MIW programs. A second teammate, ManTech, under Contract N00102-97-D-0901, utilized developmental labs for the effective engineering, design, testing and prototype development and production of C4I systems, such as DCCS, GCCS-M communications interfaces, CMP, GMP, and DAMA. We also used these labs in conducting prototype development and test and evaluation of SSCC C4I systems including DCCS, GCCS-M communications interfaces, OTH-T, and TADIL systems.
4 GDIT N61331-03-C-0026 GDIT, provided Mechanical Engineering Design, rapid prototyping, and fabrication services to NSWC-PC for the in-water assembly and cradle for the AMNS system, along with shipping and storage containers. Specifically, they designed the in-water release mechanisms for the neutralizer and the fiber optic spool and fabricated the in-water assembly. Three shipping and storage containers were fabricated for the AMNS system as well.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 Specific examples of prototyping support included design, prototype and install battery thermal test cells allowing for environmentally controlled testing of batteries and electrochemical power sources; manage the prototyping of an electronic remote detonating device for special operations, provide management support for the development of the Marine Corps Antenna (MCA) prototype. Under a $7.5M Delivery Order, EG&G was responsible for managing the Integrated Product Team (IPT) comprised of NSWC Crane, SAIC, Northrop Grumman, Custom Microwave Components, CE Precision, and four separate EG&G activities.
6 SCCI N00244-99-C-0056 SCCI team member Northrop Grumman provides operations, maintenance, and engineering support to the Tactical Aircrew Combat Training System (TACTS), the over-the-horizon GPS based Large Area Tracking Range (LATR), Electronic Warfare (EW), Surface Range Scoring and Monitoring Systems (SRSMS), Telemetry, and communications and range support services used in training Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Army personnel for NAVSEA NSWC Corona. As part of the ECTTRC range upgrade and improvement, Northrop Grumman personnel developed several prototypes including a mobile GIS prior to testing and feasibility studies.
7 ManTech N00406-99-D-5209 In support of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound, NSWC CD, ManTech designs, develops and produces unique prototype hardware, including components for line arrays, high gain arrays, hydrophones, data acquisition interface systems, directive arrays, beam formers, calibration and test equipment, and ship/range tracking systems. Under N00102-97-D-0109, ManTech utilized developmental labs for the effective engineering, design, testing, and prototype development and production of C4I systems, such as DCCS, GCCS-M communications interfaces, CMP, GMP, and DAMA. We used these labs to conduct prototype development, and test and evaluation of SSCC C4I systems including DCCS, GCCS-M interfaces, OTH-T, and TADIL systems.
Functional Area 5: System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
1 GDIT N66604-98-D-E128 GDIT developed Integrated Radio Room engineering plans, diagrams, procedures, change proposals and assessments. We prepared detailed equipment upgrade packages including change authorization documentation, kit materials lists, shipyard test planning and execution documentation, installation procedures, pre- and post-installation test procedures and baseline configuration data.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
Our engineers and technicians serve as members of systems interoperability working groups and interface control working groups, where we provide input data for updating Interface Design Specification (IDS), IRS, and prepare and distribute Interface Change Requests, Interface Change Notices and Operational Requirements Document changes. Our engineers and technicians review technical manuals, maintenance requirement cards and technical data for adequacy and accuracy and propose improvements; coordinate reviews with the Technical Direction Agent to ensure compatibility with the system test program; review the accuracy of engineering data; and propose required changes.
3 URS/EG&G N63394-02-D-3105 EG&G's staff reviewed software maintenance documentation (Software Design Specification, Software Design Document, Software Testing Documents etc.) and generated change documentation for the AN/SPS-67(V)5. They also provided technical and operations manuals and quick reference aids for the SPS-73 radar systems and associated peripheral electronic sensors and computer equipment. Under Contract N00102-97-D-0901, EG&G provided requirements, feasibility, development, technical and design analyses based on Fleet MNS and ORD. The analysis included the operation in the intended environment, maintainability, security needs, functional analysis and allocation, design synthesis, interoperability verification, impact assessments and technical specifications, problem resolution, documentation development, quality assurance, CM and ILS.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI's life cycle engineers review WCS specifications and software design information to develop and maintain engineering and technical inputs for the logistics product processes. If required, research and development of white papers and other engineering papers and reports are prepared to provide extra detail. Our people use this data and their fleet operation and employment expertise to advise the program's engineers on possible enhancements.
5 URS/EG&G N0001900164-98-D-0020 EG&G was responsible creating and maintaining Installation Control Drawings (ICDs), Interface Requirements Specifications (IRSs), Software Requirements Specifications (SRSs), unit/module specifications, and commercial drawings and associated parts lists. We also developed a Corrosive Environment Analysis Report to document potential corrosion problems and identify design improve¬ments. EG&G posted draft documents, drawings and parts lists, change control requests, and photographs on the PMS465 CEC Information Center Web site.
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
Under this Contract, we provide a full range of products and services including technical documentation, system-level operations and maintenance documentation in IETM and hard copy formats. The IETMs are Level 4 with full hyperlinking and windowing capabilities.
7 ManTech N00406-99-D-5209 ManTech conducts acoustic and ship silencing surveys, including platform and structure borne noise surveys and isolation device surveys for support of technical documentation for system/subsystem design analysis, design specifications, drawings, signal processing diagrams, technical and functional descriptions, schematics, standard operating procedures, test plans and procedures, and other documentation for acoustic test facilities.
Functional Area 6: Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 SCCI was a subcontractor. The team designed and developed software for the Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System (TTWCS) using state of the art tools such as System Architect (SA), a way of capturing system design in several views or drawings, rather than text. The design was based on a set of operational scenarios, captured in SA, and programming using C and C++ programming languages, Unix shell scripting language, HTML, Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting language, Java, JavaScript, and Structured Query Language (SQL). As part of our systems definition and design processes, we updated/maintained software requirements and design views and provided design information for engineering design reviews such as System Requirement Reviews (SRR), Preliminary Design Reviews (PDR), Critical Design Reviews (CDR), In-Process Reviews (IPR) and Incremental Design Reviews (IDR).
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
SCCI provided software engineering services that include software-centered systems used to implement intranet, internet, and secure internet systems and support and operate weapons control systems for the Tomahawk cruise missile. We work in a variety of host platform and network environments and utilize application software in C and C++ programming languages, Unix shell scripting language, HTML, Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting language, Java, JavaScript, and Structured Query Language (SQL). As part of our systems definition and design processes, we update/maintain software requirements and design documents and provide design information for engineering reviews and other software management processes. For software Fagan Inspections, we develop inspection schedules, prepare inspection packages, identify the inspection team, issue notices of the inspection, identify and log defects and update the inspection package. In performing these functions, we provide metrics on the defects and effort expended. All changes are incorporated into the SRS and DOORS traceability is updated to the System Level Requirements. We provide system engineering and technical support in preparing and maintaining technical plans in support of the program-office-assigned Software Support Agent (SSA) function.
3 GDIT N00189-03-D-0004 GDIT is providing software life-cycle support services for fielded systems in support of both ASW and MIW programs for ships and shore-based facilities in support of the AN/SLQ-25A Surface Ship Torpedo Defense (SSTD) System, AN/SSN-2 PINS, AN/SYQ-13, AN/SQQ-32, OK-520, AN/SLQ-48, AN/WQN-1, and AN/SQS-56
4 SCCI N0019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-03-D-4127-L602
SCCI is the DA for ATWCS Interactive Support System (ISS) software, and has been for the entire life of the program. The software used for ISS is Netscape Navigator, adapted to meet ATWCS HCI requirements. Our open system architecture approach facilitates adaptation of ISS to other platforms. SCCI also developed the TTWCS ISS software under a subcontract to LM M&DS. The TTWCS ISS software is the ATWCS ISS software modified to operate with the Defense Information Initiative Common Operating Environment (DII COE). SCCI develops and documents ATWCS ISS builds in accordance with MIL-STD-498/IEEE 12207. The ISS object-oriented software design uses Rumbaugh's Object Modeling Technique (OMT). Programming languages include C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and Unix (X Windows) script. Formal change control processes are documented, implemented, and executed. ISS software is tested at unit, integration, and CSCI levels. Formal software and Software Development Files (SDF) are maintained under CM control.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G supervised the development of software database application projects to store, edit and retrieve data. Applications included Quality Review Requests for ISO 9001, Asset Tracking Systems, and Workload Management and Business Development Systems. Managed the development of an Oracle based Product Data Management (PDM) database structure which required the creating and porting of data from the MS SQL Server into Oracle, rewriting all SQL statements in the 650+ Cold Fusion pages into Oracle syntax, rewriting SQL stored procedures programs into Oracle PL/SQL. Upon completion of the conversion into Oracle PL/SQL format EG&G mapped the PDM users into the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server structure.
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI is the software DA for the ATWCS ISS CSCI. SCCI adapted the COTS Netscape Navigator browser to meet ATWCS HCI requirements. Our Open System Architecture approach also facilitates adaptation of the ISS product to other platforms. Under a subcontract to LM, SCCI also developed the TTWCS ISS software by modifying the ATWCS ISS software to operate with the Defense Information Initiative Common Operating Environment (DII COE), thereby saving money through re-use of software. SCCI develops and documents ATWCS ISS software builds in accordance with MIL-STD-498/IEEE 12207. The ISS object-oriented software design uses Rumbaugh's Object Modeling Technique (OMT). Programming languages include C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and Unix (X Windows) script. All ISS software products are subjected to a Fagan Inspection process. Formal change control processes are implemented and executed. ISS software is tested at unit, integration, and CSCI levels.
7 ManTech N00406-99-D-5209 ManTech measures and evaluates acoustic energy produced by submarines and other vessels. Under NSWC CD Contract N00167-97-D-0022, ManTech develops software and data management tools for the analysis of the SMMSO Hull Vibration Monitoring Program so that spatial plots and class averages compatible with the SSN 688 Class monitoring system may be developed. ManTech also provides software development for existing acoustic trial measurement, data acquisition and processing systems. This software development provides improved signal processing, efficiency and enhanced user operability to presently used systems.
Functional Area 7: Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RMA) Support
1 GDIT N66604-98-D-E128 GDIT provided RM&A support to NUWCDIVNPT for major submarine Towed Array/Towed Array Handling Systems. GDIT developed the Reliability Measurement System used to estimate reliability of the deployed towed array systems. We supported AN/BSY-1 Reliability/Availability Program through Single Point of Failure Analysis, Reliability/Availability TIGER modeling, Reliability Growth Testing, and Fleet Reliability data gathering/collection/analysis for the TECHEVAL.
2 URS/EG&G N00024-01-C-7019 EG&G provides direct RM&A support to VIRGINIA Class platform and submarine electronics and combat system. They assess system designs in terms of reliability and maintainability, track and analyze RM&A threshold and objective values and provide in-depth RM&A analyses. EG&G provided RM&A analysis on data collected at the Command and Control System Module (CCSM) Off-hull Assembly and Test Site (COATS) facility. They designed, implemented and deployed a PC-based data collection system using personal data assistants (PDA's) to collect and process the test data.
3 URS/EG&G N00189-98-R-0107 EG&G supports the Top Management Attention/Top Management Item (TMA/TMI) Program's mission to objectively identify chronic Fleet maintenance issues that impact Fleet readiness and exhaust maintenance resources in order to enhance communications between the Fleet Commanders, Type Commanders (TYCOM), Training Commands and the Program managers. Critical ship maintenance programs and technical issues, requiring senior Navy leadership attention for resolution, are managed and tracked to satisfactory completion by the TMA/TMI management process. Fleet maintenance personnel prioritize issues and TMA/TMI personnel develop specific metrics to identify and track the maintenance issues. Each metric was tailored to fit the needs of the TMA/TMI program, validated using peer review by the Washington Chapter of the Society of Reliability Engineers and accepted at all command levels associated with the TMA/TMI program.
4 GDIT N61331-97-D-0024 GDIT, developed and reviewed Failure Mode Effects and Critical analysis (FMECA) on the FARCC systems 002 - 008 as well as other diving and life support systems. The data from this service is analyzed and reported to program sponsors and system end users. GDIT also provides depot services for FARCC systems 001-008, inclusive of Just-in-Time (JIT) parts provisioning, Certified System Re-Entry Control, and Failure and Analysis Reporting (REC-FAR Database) for PMSEOD.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G personnel provided RMA, and Sustainment support services for the CSA MK 2 series equipment and Acoustic Device Countermeasures (ADCs). We provide sustaining engineering expertise, and have developed the Sustainment Engineering Play¬book and Sustainment Engineering Plans for the Airborne Mine Defense System Program (PMS210). EG&G provides engineering and technical services for development and evaluation of the TRIDENT D5 Fleet Ballistic Missile architectural design. The EG&G Team reviewed and analyzed manufacturing processes to ensure usability of the design and functional support of the missile.
6 GDIT N63394-97-D-1115 GDIT provides full RM&A services under Contract N63394-97-D-1115 in support of the MK 41 VLS program. Services include development, maintenance and improvement of the historical failure database to include fault identification, failure criticality. Demonstrated cost savings resulted from the 330W Power Supply design improvement.
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Functional Area 8: Human Factors Engineering Support
1 GDIT N66604-01-D-345A For NUWCDIVNPT, GDIT is developing the Visualization and Human Systems Integration Laboratory. GDIT develops enhancements that will collectively support near real-time 3-dimensional representations of multi-attribute data, multiple views of complex data sets for different tasks, alternative interactive tools for display analysis and interpretation, and shared workspace interactivity.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
Our engineers have applied system engineering disciplines and processes to a number of tasks focused on making WCS consoles more secure, safer and easier to use. Two examples are (1) providing a task manager (TM) to assist Navy operators manning consoles at sea in quickly configuring the workspace to support easier execution of major functions of the system; and (2) using text-to-speech (TTS) technology to provide more meaningful communication of important data to the operator. In the first example, the goal is to enhance the capabilities of a portion of the Tactical Tomahawk WCS display, specifically the Job Bar, with a limited Task Manager (TM) that allows the operator to more efficiently monitor TTWCS tasks. The team used a task analysis approach to identify enhancements to the WCS, describe the functionality required to implement the enhancement, and perform the design synthesis required to integrate the enhanced capabilities into the existing system.
3 GDIT GS-23F-0076K
/AS17B1018
GDIT evaluates system designs, operation, and interaction of future AN/SQQ-89 variants and recommends modifications or improvements to reduce accidents or harm due to human error or system design. Also, ManTech, supported the U.S. Marine Corps under Contract M67854-97-D-3047. ManTech provided human factors engineering support for the Third Echelon Test Set (TETS) AN/USM-657. The purpose of TETS is to provide a ruggedized portable test capability for multi-role operations at the Forward Edge of the Battlefield Area (FEBA) by intermediate maintenance personnel. Human factors engineering and emphasis on methods of preventing system or equipment damage and personal injury or death were imperative.
4 SCCI 61331-00-D-0019/0145 GDIT, provided engineering analysis, system integration, and test support for the Organic Mine Countermeasures (OAMCM) crew systems working group. This Crew System Working Group is working on crew interface and the design and development of a carriage stream, tow and recovery system for the MH-60R helicopter.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided human factors engineering support for the graphical user interface (GUI) design of various interactive web-based applications using HTML and Flash. Specific examples include the EA-6B Interactive Technical Data Center described in the response to SOW paragraph 3.12 and the CSA MK 2 inventory control database tool designed for tracking acoustic device countermeasure (ADC) inventory levels.
6 Northrop Grumman N63394-97-D-2106 Under this In-Service Engineering Support Contract, Northrop Grumman has successfully provided system engineering, element engineering, and process engineering. Their on-going technical support of the Combatant Fleet Issue Resource Meetings provided valuable insight into fleet system operation and employment. The feedback allowed human factors engineers to incorporate the feedback in the design process for new AEGIS baselines as well as legacy systems.
7 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
SCCI applied system engineering disciplines and processes to a number of tasks focused on making WCS consoles safer and easier to use. Two examples resulting from this effort are (1) providing a task manager (TM) to assist Navy operators in quickly configuring the workspace to support easier execution of major functions of the system and (2) using text-to-speech (TTS) technology to provide communication of important data to the operator. In the first example, the TM is a direct means for a user to manage tasks rather than using CSCI-oriented windows that are function based. TTS has applications in cueing important tactical events, promoting battlespace awareness by providing alerting information, automating voice reports and shipboard announcements, and supporting other operations when users are physically absent from their supporting computer systems.
Functional Area 9: System Safety Support
1 GDIT N66604-99-D-014D GDIT provides technical support during hardware and software development to ensure each configuration item meets or exceeds the identified safety requirements. They participate in system safety reviews of various equipment, instruments, systems, and ranges including the Software Nuclear Safety Engineering support required to release CCS MK 1 Program C4.2V3. GDIT supported DoE required nuclear safety testing, support and coordination of all inadvertent and unauthorized launch analyses on all Tomahawk-capable platforms and platform-level safety engineering support for all submarine platforms.
2 GDIT N00178-00-D-3012 GDIT provides support for Weapon System Explosive Safety Review Board (WSESRB) and missile firing panels and assists in creating and reviewing Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs), Operational Requirements Documents (ORDs) and Mission Needs Statements (MNSs). GDIT provides technical support in the areas of explosives handling personnel qualification and certification and explosives safety training. Also, GDIT provides technical support to the Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity (NOSSA) for conducting research in system safety certification criteria, professional qualification standards, weapon system explosives safety training and missile firing panels.
3 GDIT N00024-01-D-7013
/000405-000407
GDIT is providing System Safety Engineering Support services for USW systems in support of IWS5B. GDIT provides personnel in support of USW equipment personnel safety and hazardous material management issues. GDIT ensures that USW equipment documentation is compliant with the requisite DOD, DON, and PEA requirements in the areas of personnel safety and health. Efforts include: submit draft documents, redlines or review comments; participate in ILS and safety meetings; review ECP for impact to safety and health and attend Review Comment Consolidation (RCC), Technical Review Board (TRB), or similar meetings to resolve ECP comments.
4 GDIT N61331-01-D-0018 GDIT has developed and provided system Safety Assessment Reports and engineering analyses for the Oxygen Transfer Pump System (OTPS) and the Diver Propulsion Device. Support included a detailed analysis of the hazards associated with high pressure oxygen systems and generating a Safety Assessment Report to be used by the design engineers for the OTPS and the Rapid Deployment OTPS. A hazard analysis was conducted to assess the dangers associated with the use of sealed lead acid batteries to be used in the development of an underwater DPD.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided systems engineering support for the Integrated Radar Optical Sighting and Surveillance System (IROSS) and the AN/SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare System. This includes performing system safety engineering analysis, preparing the system safety plan, and actively participating in design and testing reviews and various review boards, including the Weapons System Explosive Safety Review Board (WSESRB), Software System Safety Technical Review Panel (SSSTRP), and Laser Safety Review Board.
6 Northrop Grumman N00244-99-C-0056 Northrop Grumman has been providing system safety engineering support as part of the day-to-day support of the VLS program's Cardinal Rules of Safety. They have conducted safety reviews of proposed engineering changes, new operating and maintenance procedures and changes, and recommended corrective actions.
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Functional Area 10: Configuration Management Support
1 GDIT N66604-01-D-053A GDIT maintains and/or executes CM procedures, performs trend analyses and develops maintainability/reliability prediction reports. GDIT performs and reviews Logistics Support Analyses to ensure accuracy and adequacy of logistics support.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2001,
SCCI Subcontract SC-02-102041-0114

N00178-04-D-4127-0005
N00178-04-D4127-0007-
Under this subcontract, SCCI provides direct support to the Combat System CM Branch (NSWCDD N27), the Aegis Combat System configuration manager. We track engineering changes, SHIPALT & ORDALT installation and planning and configuration item nomenclature assignments for new construction and fielded Aegis ships. Our team enters CM data into the ACCESS database for use by maintenance planners, lead shipyards and warfare area managers within PEO IWS, produces configuration status accounting records, conducts physical audits of GFE, and analyzes change documentation.
3 GDIT N00189-98-D-0037 GDIT provided Weapon System File (WSF) manipulation and data additions using detailed Configuration Data Managers Database-Open Architecture (CDMD-OA) entries for configuration management and alterations, planned deletions, actual additions and completion entries. This data was directly entered into the WSF via the ASI process for SSTD/MIW/USW systems. SSTD/MIW/ USW systems upgrades and configuration changes require detailed and consistent data input to accurately track the status of equipment, drawings, and manuals on ships and naval activities.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI developed a CM program in accordance with the guidelines of MILHDBK-61A for establishing and maintaining configuration control of the ATWCS ISS CSCI. Our CM specialists developed software CM plans; provided baseline management; identified software components; established document libraries;and established configuration control processes using formalized Configuration Control Boards and engineering change processes. We also developed CM program guidance criteria, maintained the CM database, coordinated and scheduled CM activities and reviews, maintained and updated project schedules, and published Version Description Documents and Change Reports.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided CM plan development, configuration identification, configuration control, Configuration Status Accounting (CSA), configuration audits and technical reviews. Specific tasks included conducted drawing validation, engineering change review, and generated engineering changes for system upgrades for the AN/SQQ-89 Anti-Submarine Warfare Combat System; provided support for the Thermal Infrared Sensor System (TISS) for the Program Executive Office for Expeditionary Warfare (PMS440). SCCI personnel developed and/or reviewed the CM Plan, CM Sections of Acquisition Logistics Support Plans, Level of Repair Analysis Reports, Supply Support Management Plans, and Post Production Support Plans. We supported the Configuration Control Board CCB for TISS ECPs, and evaluated engineering drawings and change notices to ensure compliance with specified requirements; performed shipboard ILS validation and verification for SHIPALT 4247K and SHIPALT 4111D including the completion and submittal of required logistics forms to document configuration changes. We also conducted drawing validations, engineering change reviews, and engineering changes for system upgrades to support the AN/SQQ-89 Anti-Submarine Warfare Combat System.
6 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
Under this prime Contract, SCCI developed a CM program in accordance with the guidelines of MILHDBK-61A for establishing and maintaining configuration control of the ATWCS CSCI. Our CM specialists developed software CM plans; provided baseline management; identified software components; established product libraries; and established configuration control processes through formalized CCBs. We also developed CM program guidance criteria, maintained the CM database, coordinated and scheduled CM activities and reviews, maintained and updated project schedules. For the Contract just awarded to SCCI, N63394-04-D-1265, we are continuing this program and its processes.
7 ManTech N00102-97-D-0109 ManTech developed a CM program in accordance with the guidelines of MILHDBK-61A for TSC, TCOMM, Tactical/Mobile variants, and other Marine Corp programs. ManTech developed software and hardware CM plans; provided baseline management; identified hardware and software components; implemented Product Data Management systems; established document libraries; served as a member of the CM Integrated Product Team (IPT); and established configuration control processes through formalized Configuration Control Boards. ManTech also developed CM program guidance criteria, maintained the CM database, coordinated and scheduled CM activities and reviews, maintained and updated project scheduling, and published Version Description Documents and Change Reports. ManTech prepared for and supported Physical Configuration Audits (PCAs), Functional Configuration Audits (FCAs), Deployment Audits, and reviews of the operating Contractor's/government's CM activities performed on developmental and fielded systems.
Functional Area 11: Quality Assurance (QA) Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 LM M&DS executed a system-level Quality Assurance Program on the TTWCS Contract. LM M&DS prepared a QA Plan that addressed products and services provided at the Prime Contractor level as well as the subcontractor level. The QA processes used by LM M&DS included coordination with local and subcontractor DCMA representatives for planning inspections and Form DD250 processing. The QA process included inspections, metric analysis, and identification of possible process improvements for all phases of system development from the proposal phase to preliminary design, critical design, production of engineering development model suites, low-rate initial production, to full rate production.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
Our engineers are members of a CMM level 3 program, supporting process engineering and process improvement to produce high quality products reliably, repeatedly, and with minimal variation. Our senior engineers have acted as Functional Area representatives during process assessments and capability estimates.
3 GDIT GS-23F-0076K
/AS17B1018
GDIT is providing QA Support services for USW systems in support of IWS5B. GDIT is ISO 9001; 2000 registered and all products and deliverables adhere to the quality processes and checkpoints of this system. Also, ManTech, under SSCC Contract N00102-97-D-0109, maintains a current Quality Program Plan and provides a dedicated quality assurance engineer.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI developed a QA program for control of ISS software development processes. This program included development of engineering, testing, peer review, and design inspection processes that became the foundation for our SEI CMM efforts. Our QA staff maintains a current Quality Management Plan and provides dedicated QA inspectors. We integrated the elements of this plan with the Tomahawk program's specific QA and CMM requirements.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G provided QA support for the analysis of premature cell failures in the ASDS battery system. This support applied senior level systems and chemical engineering expertise to design and conduct failure analysis (FA) experiments and tests to determine root cause failures and corrective actions such as design or manufacturing changes to improve battery performance and reliability. EG&G also provided QA and FA support for the design improvement of the AN/SPS-73 navigation radar pedestal. This support included the design and conduct of finite element analysis (FEA) of the pedestal design as well as mechanical engineering programmatic support for the shock test of the improved design.
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI developed a QA program for control of the ISS CSCI for ATWCS. This program included development of software engineering procedures, software testing, peer reviews and design inspections, and became the foundation for our SEI CMM efforts. Our QA staff maintained a current Quality Management Plan and provided dedicated QA inspectors. We integrated the elements of this plan with the Tomahawk program's specific QA and CMM requirements.
7 ManTech N00102-97-D-0109 ManTech applies engineering and analytical methodologies to ensure minimal variability in the processes and products used in the design, development, fabrication, and manufacture of systems and related components. ManTech maintains a current Quality Program Plan and provides a dedicated QA engineer. In developing a QA plan for each project, ManTech defined inspection procedures and processes that are applicable to controlling quality of specific elements such as financial, schedule, and material tracking; COTS integration; systems integration; and site delivered products. Examples of QA efforts performed on a daily basis under this Contract include acceptance testing conducted on TCOMM communications systems (software and hardware), Marine Corp TEG systems, and elements of the SVDS.
Functional Area 12: Information Systems (IS) Develoment, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 SCCI is a subcontractor. SCCI provided software design and development, technical specification development, equipment or system prototyping, modeling, testing, performance evaluation, technical refresh of system electronics, COTS insertion, and life-cycle management functions. Our software engineers and analysts took a structured life-cycle approach for designing the ISS content database in support of the TTWCS development contract. In the area of IA our System Security Engineers assisted LM M&DS in achieving Certification and Accreditation for TTWCS, a system that processes data up to and including Top Secret. We worked directly with the NSA and the Navy Information Assurance Office for the approval of cross-domain solutions and crypto key management products. We helped develop the system Security Management Plan (SMP), which implemented the program office's Security Engineering Program and baseline IA policies. This plan became the backbone of a successful C&A.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2015
N00178-04-D-4127-0004
N00178-04-D-4127-0005
N00178-04-D-4127-0009
Our software engineers and analysts use a structured life-cycle approach for the development of CM information systems for the NSWC DD N27. The IS system is the Aegis Change Control and Engineering Status System (ACCESS) and its related applications and database. We utilized relational and object-oriented database design methodologies to ensure the ACCESS database operates in an efficient and effective manner and fully supports the user community, consisting of approximately 800 engineers, technicians and managers across the country. This was a sole-sourced contract to SCCI under which we manage four subcontractors: GDIT Corporation, BAE Systems, iO Technologies, and ACS/Synetics. Our IA tasking has been primarily from our Tomahawk system engineering contracts, N00178-02-C-2003 and N00178-04-D-4127-0003, supporting every variant of the Tomahawk WCS. For the Advanced TWCS (ATWCS) our engineers developed the overall system Security Management Plan (SMP), implementing the Security Engineering Program. This plan became the backbone of the successful C&A of ATWCS. Specific requirements/mechanisms were included to address access control, audit, resource isolation, system integrity, trusted configuration management and intrusion detection. We also C&A activities for the Naval Fires Control System on GS-35F-0084M (D.O.N00178-02-F-3225) andShips Self Defense System N00178-99-D-3034.
3 URS/EG&G
SCCI
SCCI
N00039-00-C-3103
N00178-04-D-4127-0002
N00178-04-D-4127-0010
EG&G was responsible for the initial (followed by awards to SCCI as prime contractor) assessment and analysis of the Atlantic Fleet's ability to detect and react to attempts to disrupt critical classified or unclassified Command, Control, Communications or Intelligence information Systems. EG&G is the author of the Atlantic Fleet's Information Assurance Instruction that covers all ships and shore based activities of the Atlantic Fleet NIPR/SIPRNET firewall policy. EG&G initiated the Information Assurance Assist team Visits on each deploying ship in either the Atlantic or Pacific Fleet's Battle Groups. These visits include hands on instruction, Red Team information system hacking and Blue Team evaluation of the ship's response to Red Teaming. Under direction from the Navy's Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), EG&G acts as Development Designated Approving Authority (DDAA) for large-scale information systems. They are currently acting as DDAA for the next generation of Naval Submarines, the Advanced Attack submarines (Virginia Class).
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178094-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI provides technical support in the development and maintenance of the individual Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) used by our software development and system engineering functional groups. These DBMSs provide historical data storage and retrieval, statistical analyses, and trend analysis. This support includes evaluation of DBMS requirements; system specification development; system component identification; software development, validation and verification, maintenance; development of system documentation and user guides; and data entry.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G managed the software implementation and roll-out of an Enterprise Knowledge Portal (EKP). The "Yahoo" like EKP allows easy access to Web-workstyle applications and sites for personnel to complete assigned tasks and store valuable knowledge such as business processes and lessons learned. EG&G provided programming support and jointly developed with NSWC Crane Division the EA-6B Technical Data Center (TDC) which supports readiness, maintenance and logistics for the EA-6B aircraft and avionics systems. As a Department of the Navy eBusiness initiative, EG&G was tasked to develop an integrated and dynamic EA-6B TDC to provide "zero-latency" access to aircraft and equipment web-workstyle decision-support tools such as multi-media documents, databases and enterprise applications. This included the integration of the existing EA-6B TDC under the Navy standard portal.
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI provides technical support in the development and maintenance of the individual Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) used by our software development and engineering functional groups. These DBMSs provide storage and retrieval of historical data, statistical analyses, and trend analysis. This support includes evaluation of DBMS requirements; development of system specifications; identification of system components; software development, validation and verification, maintenance; and documentation.
7 ManTech N00167-97-D-0022 ManTech, provides technical support in the development and maintenance of the individual DBMSs used by the radiated noise, platform and sonar self-noise and structure-borne noise. These DBMSs provide storage and retrieval of historical data, class statistical analyses, and trend analysis. This support includes identification of system components; software development, and V&V; maintenance and development of system and user documentation, and data entry.
Functional Area 13: Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support
1 GDIT N66604-98-D-0674 GDIT supported ship inactivation and the disposal of critical equipment associated with electromagnetic and communications systems, periscopes, communications antennas, and associated inboard equipment. The removal, safeguard, and disposition of systems was in accordance with the appropriate Navy directives.
2     NONE
3 GDIT N00189-98-D-0106 GDIT is providing highly qualified and certified technical personnel to accomplish tasks involving ship inactivation and disposal. These tasks are in the areas of Combat Systems, Undersea Warfare (USW) and HM&E Systems installed onboard U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard vessels. GDIT technical personnel in support of ship decommissioning have removed a variety of major systems including: the MK 45 5" gun, MK 86 Gun Fire Control System, the MK 92 FFG 7 Missile/Gun Fire Control System, the OJ-194 and OJ-197 (CDS) display console, CIWS and AN/SLQ-32A(V) Systems.
4     NONE
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G removed the SLQ-32 antenna units from three decommissioned U.S. Navy ships. EG&G provided rigging and lifting services, built protective shipping crates and transported the units to the NSWC Crane depot facility.
6 Northrop Grumman N63394-97-D-2106 Northrop Grumman provided engineering and technical support for the inactivation and deactivation of all TARTAR system ships and are currently supporting the inactivation of the first 5 AEGIS ships. This support includes all aspects of system and support material identification, resource placement after deactivation, and demilitarization of candidate systems.
7     NONE
Functional Area 14: Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 As the TTWCS developer, LM M&DS provided engineering design, development, and interoperability testing during system development. The TTWCS interfaces were tested for proper message formatting and exchange and proper handling of classified data. The LM M&DS team provided engineering support for test and evaluation of each TTWCS increment. The team provided executed a testing program that demonstrated the performance conformed to the system requirements. The team developed test specifications, test plans, and test procedures. Tests conducted during the test period demonstrated that interface performance requirements performed properly and requirements traced back to the system level views while overall system performance was in conformance with performance requirements and was safe to operate in a multi-system environment.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
Our engineering staff also plays a role in WCS testing by reviewing/analyzing test plans, test specifications, and test procedures for compliance with higher level requirements, by using requirement traceability to assure proper tracking of all requirements from system design through system testing. Our system engineers provide interoperability engineering and technical support for NSWC DD K70 by working directly with the Navy Center for Tactical Systems Interoperability (NCTSI). SCCI has had a leadership role in coordinating the NCTSI certification process for all variants of ATWCS and TTWCS v4, ensuring continued interoperability with critical tactical data links employed today. SCCI provides interoperability systems engineering, standards management assistance for the SPAWAR NCTSI headquarters in San Diego and hands-on experience working directly with the Navy interoperability testers during the evaluation of our combat systems in the SPAWAR, NSWCDD, and NSWC PHD labs. We provide continuous assessment of in-service and in-process Tomahawk Weapon System (TWS) architectures and functionality to ensure compatibility with planned DON/Joint C4I initiatives.Specific evaluations have included adequacy of the tactical picture from GCCS-M, bandwidth management and requirements for Common Operational Picture (COP)/COP Synch Tool (CST) and availability and transport of Treat Data via GCCS-M to support overland mission planning by TTWCS equipped platforms.
3 URS/EG&G N63394-02-D-3105 EG&G reviewed test plans, specifications and procedures for conformance with the requirements of controlling specifications and/or documents, performed data reduction/data analysis and generated reports with the conclusions and recommendations for validation, interface integration and STR demonstration testing for AN/SPS-67(V)5 radar program builds. EG&G supported start to work readiness checks, startup and light off procedures, troubleshoot interface faults and support link and interface testing, and harbor acceptance testing of AN/SYS-2(V)10 and AN/SPS- 49(V)5 LRR.
4 GDIT GS23F-0076K
Task Order N61331-03-F-1618
GDIT supports the DJCC program with interoperability and field trial support in the setup and takedown of tents, framesets, and infrastructure in the field as necessary in support of the Pre-Deployment Checkout of the Infrastructure and IT portion of the Prototype system, providing assistance with HMMWV operations as necessary in positioning and pre-positioning of vehicles during field operations, and providing technical assistance to the Aircraft Loadmaster for the shipment of the equipment in support of Fleet and Joint Warfare exercises.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G performed testing of Radio Frequency (RF) beam former modules from the prototype Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) MCA prototype to assess operational performance and identify system and equipment interface problems. Design issues impacting full scale production were identified and documented with recommended corrective action. Tailored System Operation and Verification Test (SOVT) packages to specific hulls, and conducted SOVTS during IPDS installations to ensure proper system operation in the fleet. Ship classes included: Aircraft Carriers (SHIPALT CVN-8355K); Aegis Cruisers (SHIPALT CG-579K); Guided Missile Destroyers (SHIPALT DDG-290K); SPRUANCE Destroyers (SHIPALT DD-295K); Frigates (FFG-07-352K); Amphibious ships (SHIPALTS LHD-171K; LHD-3162K; LHA-932K; LSD-T5174K; LSD-1195K; LPD-1144K; LCC-1235K); Oilers (SHIPALT AOE-691K); and Repair Ships (SHIPALT ARS-1126K).
6 JJMA N63394-02-F-0156 JJMA provides support services for the Self Defense Test Ship Replacement (SDTS-R). Engineering, scientific and analytical disciplines were used to define the combat system configuration of the ship and address all potential users and programs for the platform. The topside configuration was defined based on expected test criteria and scenarios, weapon and sensor characteristics including firing arcs, blast attributes, EMI/EMC, structural impacts, and weight and moment.
7 ManTech N00406-99-D-5209 ManTech provides engineering and program management services for ship silencing and underwater unmanned vehicle (UUV) special programs. ManTech designs and supports special tests and trials by preparing test plans, procedures, and documentation; identifying required instrumentation, data acquisition and processing methods; designing special test equipment; collecting, analyzing and evaluating special ship silencing acoustic and non-acoustic electromagnetic data.
Functional Area 15: Measurement Facilities, Range and Instrumentation Support
1 GDIT N66604-99-D-0073 GDIT provides support to U.S. Navy/Foreign Navy Towed Line Array Repair Facilities (TLARFs), Transducer Repair Facilities (TRFs), and Transducer Acoustic Test Sites (ATSs) including: IOSC TLARF; FMF Cape Scott TLARF; FMF Cape Breton TLARF; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard TRF; TATEF; SASEF (Mayport and Norfolk); NUWC Dodge Pond and Seneca Lake ATSs. We provide inspections, tests, evaluations and repairs of all current/past U.S. Navy Transducers.
2 URS/EG&G N00178-98-C-3007 EG&G provides engineering and technical expertise to conduct HERO, HERP, HERF and EME field surveys at Navy/Inter-service shore facilities and ship platforms. EG&G has conducted 130 HERO ship surveys, 71 HERO shore facility surveys, 87 HERP ship surveys, 28 EME flight deck surveys, and have performed 49 HERO / HERP certification surveys.
3 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech has extensive experience in supporting measurement facilities, ranges, and instrumentation used for testing, evaluating, experimenting and exercising platforms and systems. ManTech investigated new technology initiatives and determined their applicability to existing shipboard experiment systems (ERDS/MERS, TDAPS/ARMS, DATS, ATTENDS) for accomplishing submarine and surface ship platform noise, sonar self noise, sonar system performance and combat weapon system support data acquisition. ManTech supports Measurement Technology and Analysis through developing and evaluating conceptual design applications of advanced technologies and COTS components relative to full-scale, model-scale and shipboard measurement facilities and systems.
4 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech supplies personnel to investigate new technology initiatives and determine their applicability to existing shipboard experiment systems (ERDS/MERS, TDAPS/ARMS, DATS, ATTENDS) for accomplishing submarine and surface ship platform noise, sonar self noise, sonar system performance, and combat weapon system support data acquisition. Their personnel support Measurement Technology and Analysis through developing and evaluating conceptual design applications of advanced technologies and COTS components relative for use in full-scale, model-scale, and shipboard measurement facilities and systems.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G coordinated the planning and conduct of the Government Witnessed Test (GWT) for the prototype MCA in the NSWC Crane Near Field test chamber. This effort included the development of GWT procedures, installation and set-up of the prototype antenna in the test chamber, and data collection.
6 Northrop Grumman N00244-99-C-0056 For all AEGIS ships test and trials, Northrop Grumman has provided training, testing and maintenance support functions at nine ranges and also measurement and instrumentation support at each range. Examples of new instrumentation system developments include the engineering, technical design and development of a new missile guidance transmitter, LATR GIS, a new threat multiplexer, T-MUX and the Naval gunfire scoring system, IMPASS.
7 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech investigated new technology initiatives and determined their applicability to existing shipboard experiment systems (ERDS/MERS, TDAPS/ARMS, DATS, ATTENDS) for accomplishing submarine and surface ship platform noise, sonar self noise, sonar system performance, and combat weapon system support data acquisition. ManTech personnel support Measurement Technology and Analysis through developing and evaluating conceptual design applications of advanced technologies and COTS components for use in full- and model-scale measurement facilities.
Functional Area 16: Acquisition Logistics Support
1 GDIT N66604-00-D-532A GDIT provides acquisition logistics support for sonar, combat control systems, communications and weapon systems advanced concepts. This includes requirements definition and analysis, fabrication and testing of special purpose instrumentation.
2 URS/EG&G N00024-01-C-7019 EG&G developed and maintained comprehensive logistics policy and plans, including Acquisition Logistics Support Plan. They have conducted Independent Logistics Assessments (ILAs) and supported logistics reviews. They produce and maintain all types of program logistics documentation; supported COTS planning, including technology insertion and technology refreshment; and performed Logistics Technical Data reviews. They provide supply support, maintenance concept development, maintenance product review and facilities planning; they assess system design in the areas of supportability and maintainability, and design for Testing/Built in Test. They have integrated systems safety, environmental and OSHA compliance requirements into acquisition process. Their staff has developed and maintained logistics databases to capture and share relevant logistics data.
3 URS/EG&G N63394-02-D-3105 EG&G analyzed fleet data, maintained design and technical documentation, participated in planning and operational support meetings and performed system, and assembly level testing. They also provided engineering services and personnel to assist in all phases of SPS-73 radar system life-cycle support. They participated in Technical Working Groups (TWGs) and Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and assisted in the integration of Navigation sensors into SPS-73 radar systems and the integration of SPS-73 radar systems into Navigation systems and C4I systems.
4 GDIT GS23F-0076K
Task Order N61331-03-F-1517
GDIT is providing ALS support by providing updates, development, and reviews of AMCM Work Unit Codes; reviewing updates of AMCM Maintenance Plans; and assisting in Optimized-Organizational Maintenance Activity development.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G assists the Multi-mission Advanced Tactical Terminal/Improved Data Modem (MATT/IDM) avionics group for the AN/USQ-113(V)3 Radio Countermeasures Set, including developing ILS Plans, User's Logistics Support Summaries, Acquisition Logistics Support Plans and Maintenance Plans. EG&G logisticians are responsible for total inventory control for the state-of-the-art night vision equipment used by the Special Forces. EG&G ensures that all equipment is calibrated and in good working order. EG&G prepared inputs for the EA-6B/A-6 Aviation Equipment Consolidation Allowance List and Aviation Equipment Consolidated List reviews and provided technical support for the Fleet Support Team in the areas of readiness, support equipment, publications, maintenance issues, and schedule planning.
6 JJMA GS-35F-5368H/GS10TR02EBF09037 JJMA provides Acquisition Logistics Support for the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) Cooperative Display Unit (CDU). This ongoing effort provides the analytical and technical disciplines to provide depot level supply support for the system in the fleet, assuring material availability when required, cost effective and expeditious shipment and inventory management.
7 ManTech N00102-97-D-0109 ManTech provided all ILS and site support required for systems at five TCOMM sites in the U.S. and overseas sites. For these sites, they developed Operational Logistics Support Summaries/User's Logistics Support Summaries (OLSSs/ULSSs) and ILS Plans (ILSPs), and managed and performed logistics analysis, development, and integration efforts. They also provided logistics specification development and market research and analysis of supportability data for U.S. Navy C4I hardware and software products and services. Additionally, ManTech provided warehousing, staging, and Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation (PHS&T) in Government-provided facilities, and provided expediting, shipment tracking, conflict resolution, and emergency contingency operations. ManTech provided full ILS to the SVDS program, providing provisioning for the SVDS program using the Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS) client server.
Functional Area 17: Supply and Provisioning Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 SCCI is a subcontractor. LM M&DS executed a complete Supply and Provisioning Support Program for the TTWCS contract. LM M&DS prepared a Provisioning and Outfitting Plan, a Level of Repair Analysis, Provisioning Technical Documentation, a Supply Support Management Plan (for both interim supply support and follow-on support), a Logistics Support Guide, and a User's Logistics Support Summary. These efforts led to proposing the onboard repair parts and spares required at the shore depot to meet the maintainability requirements. LM M&DS produced the allowance parts list and maintenance index pages as part of this effort and identified all support and test equipment. LM M&DS also supports NAVICP in their Performance Based Logistics Business Case Study.
2 URS/EG&G N00024-01-C-7019 EG&G has provided supply requirements and stowage planning analyses for VIRGINIA Class submarines. They have conducted detailed stowage calculations for OBRP and assisted in the development of a Supply Support Process Instruction. They supported the implementation of RBS sparing and generated PSD funding documentation. They facilitated the implementation of Direct Vendor Delivery supply support, reducing Naval Supply System material lay-in requirements and conducted research on bar coding methodologies. They are experienced in outfitting and replenishment planning, familiar with all outfitting calculation models and conducted provisioning analyses and chaired provisioning conferences.
3 GDIT N00189-98-D-0037 GDIT maintained a 66,000-square ft warehouse and a federally approved property management system to support requirements for warehousing and shipping services for pre-staging of Government Furnished Installation Material and other installation material. Over the past 15 years, the warehouse team has handled receipt and issue of thousands of parts shipments through both military and commercial means including classified material at the Secret level in CONUS and OCONUS.
4 GDIT N00024-00-G-6309 GDIT supports AMCM Fleet Readiness provisioning efforts with Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System. The provisioning process is completed by first requesting a Provisioning Configuration Control Number. After the PCCN is received the ICAPS Project is developed then validated and posted to the Client/Server and the PTD is delivered (drawings/catalog data). The Naval Inventory Control Point reviews and accepts, and the project is then loaded to the Weapon System File for Allowance Parts List and Allowance Equipment development.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 Our Team developed innovative approaches for procuring parts and materials to minimize program costs and reduce delivery lead times for the MCA prototype development effort. Numerous low-quantity electrical components were obtained as free vendor samples and improved delivery schedules were negotiated where possible. Minimum quantity lot buy situations were successfully avoided by identifying alternate parts and/or negotiating with vendors. EG&G developed Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD) for the CSA MK2 TDC flat panel display.Our Team developed innovative approaches for procuring parts and materials to minimize program costs and reduce delivery lead times for the MCA prototype development effort. Numerous low-quantity electrical components were obtained as free vendor samples and improved delivery schedules were negotiated where possible. Minimum quantity lot buy situations were successfully avoided by identifying alternate parts and/or negotiating with vendors. EG&G developed Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD) for the CSA MK2 TDC flat panel display.
6 JJMA GS-35F-5368H
/GS10TR02EBF09037
In conjunction with the acquisition logistics support on this Contract, JJMA provides Supply and Provisioning Support for the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) Cooperative Display Unit (CDU). The effort also included the development and maintenance of an inventory tracking system to track receipt and shipment of support parts and components, provided inventory asset identification/availability, identified Core status and issued required reports. The effort also tracks received returned defective material and recommends government funded repair, replacement or salvage.
7 ManTech N00102-97-D-0109 ManTech provided material control and procurement for major installation and life cycle management efforts for TCOMM, Tactical/Mobile variants, IT-21 upgrade systems, and SVDS. ManTech implemented material control processes for successfully tracking and delivering equipment, parts, and documentation at integration and user points. ManTech provided warehouse management services for the communications switch modernization and SVDS programs, executing "right time" equipment, parts, and other material shipping, receiving, and inventory control.
Functional Area 18: Training Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 SCCI Subcontractor. SCCI researched, developed, produced and updated examinations for the TTWCS Operations and Maintenance (O&M), the TTWCS Watch Officer (TWO), and the Cruise Missile Command (CMC) courses taught at the Centers for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS) in Dam Neck, VA and San Diego CA. SCCI also produces the instructor guides, trainee guides, graphics, and examinations for the TTWCS ITT course taught onboard U.S. Navy ships. SCCI provides instruction for both the O&M and TWO courses, and provides monitoring and subject matter expert services for all TTWCS Pilot courses. SCCI provides maintenance services on the TTWCS equipment installed at the CSCSs. In addition, SCCI provides all shipboard TTWCS training services, which includes instructor lead-classroom instruction as well as instructor-lead demonstrations of operation and maintenance procedures on the installed TTWCS equipment. We also conduct TTWCS Train-the-Trainer courses for Navy training organizations. These are customized courses designed to provide experienced ATWCS operators with the new capabilities of the TTWCS and technical differences between the ATWCS and TTWCS. We also produce TTWCS courseware for the guided missile submarine (SSGN) training community by modifying the TTWCS O&M, TWO, and CMC courses to include SSGN specific capabilities and equipment differences. Additionally, our team produces system level documentation for both operation and maintenance of TTWCS. Operational information is contained in a Level 4 IETM hosted in TTWCS as part of the operational software. Maintenance information is contained in a Level 2 IETM available from a compact disk (CD).
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-2003
SCCI uses its engineering interfaces with the Tomahawk community to collect advanced information on system changes affecting logistics products. We are members of a Combined Training Development Team (CTDT) which provides the technical foundation for the program logisticians to research, develop and produce various curricula and training materials for all variants of the Tomahawk WCS. This includes instructor guides, trainee guides, graphics, and student examinations for TTWCS Operations and Maintenance (O&M), the TTWCS Watch Officer (TWO), and the Cruise Missile Command (CMC) courses taught at the CSCS in Dam Neck, VA and San Diego CA. SCCI uses this input from the system engineers to produce the instructor guides, trainee guides, graphics, and examinations for the TTWCS Initial Technical Training (ITT) course taught onboard U.S. Navy ships.
3 GDIT N00189-98-D-0037 GDIT provides training support for tasks such as; developing training curriculum, student handouts, and instruction guides; conducting classroom training; conducting on-the-job train¬ing; maintaining training records and evaluating existing training curriculum. They developed operator instruction materials, in conjunction with the design and modification of AN/SLQ-25A special test equipment and provided over-the-shoulder shipboard training. They have conducted 14 O&M training sessions for the FMS program.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI has been the principal Tomahawk training Contractor since winning a competitively awarded Contract in 1988. All continuing Contracts have been sole-sourced. We develop curricula and training for all currently deployed Tomahawk variants to include TWCS Post-Block III, ATWCS Track Control Group Replacement (TCGR), ATWCS Launch Control Group Replacement (LCGR) and TTWCS. We developed and produced all TWCS and ATWCS curricula for shipboard Initial Technical Training courses and the schoolhouse Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Watch Officer, and Cruise Missile Command Courses (CMCC). Many of SCCI's training professionals are Navy certified Master Trainers.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G performed the planning, development and operational and maintenance training for the CSA MK2 Launcher Panel upgrade. Training was provided to Ships Force personnel from the pre-commissioning unit for USS VIRGINIA (SSN 774). EG&G provided hands-on training of Maritime Forward Looking Infrared Systems (MARFLIR) equipment operation and the interfacing operation with the ship's video recorder. EG&G personnel are currently converting OEM operator and maintenance training materials for the AS/SPS-73(V)12 Radar system to the Authoring Instructional Materials format. To date, EG&G has provided the Personnel Performance Profiles (PPP), the Training Path System (TPS), the Training Course Control Document (TCCD), and the preliminary Training Project Plan (TPP).
6 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI researches, develops, and produces various curricula and training materials. This includes instructor guides, trainee guides, graphics, and examinations for the TTWCS O&M, the TTWCS Watch Officer (TWO), and the Cruise Missile Command (CMC), and TTWCS Initial Technical Training (ITT) courses. SCCI conducts Train-the-Trainer courses, which are customized courses designed to provide experienced ATWCS operators with the new capabilities of the TTWCS and technical differences between the ATWCS and TTWCS. SCCI produces Interactive Courseware (ICW) tutorials covering the operation of the TTWCS. The tutorials are designed to run on the installed TTWCS equipment and incorporate a Shareable Courseware Object Reference Model (SCORM) compliant Learning Management System to track student progress and record test scores. We produce system level documentation for operation and maintenance of TTWCS contained in a Level 4 IETM. Maintenance information is in a Level 2 IETM hosted on a CD and can be read on TTWCS or any Windows computer.
7 SCCI N63394-04-D-1265
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI researches, develops, and produces various curricula and training materials for programs and products. This includes instructor guides, trainee guides, graphics, and examinations for operations and maintenance courses in both NAVEDTRA 130 and 131 formats. We can also provide instructional and technical advisory services at any remote site, as well as provide instruction on many topics in other technical areas. We produce a variety of Interactive Courseware (ICW) tutorials incorporating a Shareable Courseware Object Reference Model (SCORM) compliant learning management system to track and record student progress. SCCI also produces system level documentation for both operation and maintenance of any equipment. Operational information is contained in a Level 4 IETM hosted in a PC or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA). Maintenance information is contained in a Level 2 IETM hosted on a CD that can be read on any computer having a Windows operating system.
Functional Area 19: In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation, and Checkout Support
1 GDIT N66604-00-D-221A GDIT currently provides installation, hardware fabrication, engineering/technical support, ship checks, and training for the Type 18 Periscope Cluster Swan Sensor and support systems. GDIT repairs and/or overhauls Type 18 Periscope, which includes conducting a TI&E, refurbishment, repair, installation, and conducting an optical alignment and acceptance testing.
2 URS/EG&G N00178-99-D-3034 EG&G prepared the necessary installation documentation for integrating the Army's Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) in the SACC aboard LHD/LHA class of ships to include drawings, SHIPALTs, ECPs, and Action Item Requests (AIRs). They developed Systems Engineering Master Plans, Human Factors documentation, Justification Cost Form (JCF), Installation Control Drawings (ICD), Ship Alteration Record (SAR), and Ship Installation Drawings (SID) to support the design execution and installation across all of the LHD and LHA class of ships. Additionally, they developed Integrated Logistics Support packages, the SACC-A training packages, ship installation schedules and performed System Operational Verification Testing (SOVT) and System Operational Testing.
3 GDIT N00189-03-D-0004 GDIT is performing tasking such as: providing industrial fabrication services, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface ASW and MIW programs; fabrication, site surveys, installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-approved property management system; provides the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and GFM to installation sites worldwide and repairs ships and shore-based facilities.
4 ManTech N00167-00-D-0110 ManTech, in support of the AN/UPX-34(V) and AN/UPX-34A(V) In-Service Engineering Agent, provides wide-ranging support at both ship and shore sites and provides in-service engineering services as needed to support the fleet. On other Contracts, SCCI develops and delivers system level O&M technical documentation to support deployed weapons and support systems including Tomahawk, Naval navigational systems, and Air Force SBIRS. The Contracts are Subcontract RRM086067 to Lockheed Martin's Prime Contract N00019-99-C-0049, and Subcontract RRMBS9758 to Lockheed Martin's Prime Contract F04701-95-C-0017, SBIRS Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) Development. We collect and analyze engineering and technical source data to affect the design and development of IETM content and graphics. All development activities are in accordance with SCCI's Quality Assurance (QA) directives and MIL-PRF-87268A.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G completed installation design and support of eight CSA MK2 upgrades on Atlantic and Pacific Fleet submarines. These installs required major structural work, and to date all have been completed on time and within budget. EG&G provided engineering changes and installation support for the Integrated Point Detection System, (IPDS) and the WESCAM multi-sensor surveillance system for the Night Vision/Chemical/Biological Department. EG&G installed and tested the IPDS used for early detection of chemical warfare agents aboard fifty plus U.S. Naval Ships. Performed QA analyses and coordinated logistics field installation support. EG&G installed the MARFLIR aboard thirteen U.S. Navy Special Warfare, Coastal Patrol Craft (PC Boats), thirty two U.S. Coast Guard Cutters.
6 Northrop Grumman N63394-97-D-2106 As the In-Service Engineering Prime Contractor for NAVSEA NSWC PHD, Northrop Grumman provides all aspects in ISEA support from new technology delivery, Test & Evaluation, and legacy system modernization, maintenance and repair. We also provide direct support to the BMD and AEGIS FMS Programs.
7 JJMA N00024-99-D-4055 JJMA provided engineering support and technical expertise in the electrochemical design, applications, and use of various cell and battery configurations under various environments. JJMA maintained contact with battery vendors and Fleet users to acquire data on battery applications and use within the Navy, and assisted in the evaluation of battery test programs. It also assisted in the dissection of failed cells and conducted failure analysis on them. JJMA provided support with the ASDS, NR-1, and DSRV programs on battery technologies, and it updated battery specifications, technical manuals, and other associated documentation.
Functional Area 20: Program Support
1 Lockheed Martin N00019-99-C-0049 SCCI Subcontractor. Our engineers have been active contributors to establishment of initial program concepts. They provided system engineering expertise to develop system performance specifications and have assessed alternative technical and programmatic approaches by monitoring research and development advances in technology, reviewing tests and simulations. Our engineers have applied their weapons system expertise to develop engineering concepts and perform engineering analyses to optimize programmatic objectives.
2 PCI N00024-97-D-5182 SCCI Subcontractor. SCCI engineers have provided system engineering expertise in the Tomahawk Cruise Missile Program to assist in developing inter-system performance specifications and have assessed alternative technical and programmatic approaches by monitoring advances in development of new or enhanced features for deployed Tomahawk systems. Our engineers have applied their weapons system expertise to perform engineering analyses and program planning to optimize installation schedules, plans and funding. Our combat systems engineering teams have provided expert engineering advice to assist the NAVSEA program office in establishing configuration functional baselines for ships and their combat systems, developing equipment acquisition plans, and preparing forward-fit and back-fit installation plans.
3 GDIT N00189-03-D-0004 GDIT is providing all facets of program support for both Surface ASW and MIW programs such as; fabrication, site surveys, installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-approved property management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and GFM to installation sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based facilities in support of the AN/SLQ-25A Surface Ship Torpedo Defense (SSTD) System.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI has supported IT functions required for PMA 282 oversight of life cycle support of Tomahawk WCS programs. Working for the PMA 282 ILS manager, we have assumed responsibility for life cycle engineering and Fleet liaison support services.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 EG&G services include procurement data package preparation, management reports and briefing preparation, program plans, program reports, coordination and conference support and document review. We developed the prototype MCA for use in the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) environment. Under this $7.5M delivery order, EG&G was responsible for overall project management of an Integrated Product Team (IPT) tasked with the design, development, production and testing of the antenna.
6 GDIT N63394-01-D-1115 We draft, analyze, integrate, review and provide recommendations for milestone and other documentation in accordance with Government, DOD and Service regulations. GDIT has also evaluated issues and provided recommendations related to MK 41 VLS baseline changes, cost, schedule, and performance. In support of these tasks we gather information, identify issues, provide recommendations and draft documentation to achieve overall goals for weapon system strategic planning.
7 ManTech N00102-97-D-0109 ManTech provides program management support through an Integrated Product Team process in which we combine engineering and technical disciplines to ensure effective planning and implementation of all program efforts. Under this process, we develop program and project management plans for each effort that include detailed and flexible Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs), QA plans, program management implementation plans, procurement plans, and requirements-driven financial reporting methods. ManTech's program/project management implementation plans include full project schedules, project status and financial performance reporting requirements, milestone charts, cost models, action item tracking procedures, and manpower loading.
Functional Area 21: Administrative Support
1 GDIT N66604-97-D-4045 GDIT provided administrative support to the NUWC Program Office for developing presentations, attending meetings and disseminating meeting minutes, updating the LOTUS Notes Databases (i.e., Action Items, FMS) and other programmatic tasks. We provided comment resolution to documentation as they relate to the TCP/MDA modules and products.
2 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
SCCI provides administrative support to aid the Government in determining the level of risk associated with performing Software Support Agent (SSA) role for deployed variants of the WCS. Specific examples of support include database administration of the programs primary system engineering tool, the requirements database maintained in the Dynamic Object-Oriented Requirements System (DOORS). We provide administrative support for maintaining a website, WCS Express, used by program engineers and logisticians across the country for up-to-date programmatic and engineering data.
3 GDIT N00189-03-D-0004 GDIT provides administrative support services in support of both Surface ASW and MIW programs for efforts such as; fabrication, site surveys, installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-approved property management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and GFM to installation sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based facilities.
4 SCCI N00019-99-C-1542
N00178-04-D-4127-L601
N00178-04-D-4127-L602
SCCI provides extensive administrative support, which includes the preparation, tracking, and upkeep of programmatic documentation. This includes developing, editing and formatting programmatic documents for selected program distribution.
5 URS/EG&G 00164-98-D-0020 Our personnel provide administrative support services to provide data management support associated with developing and maintaining printed, video, and audio material as well as developing Government periodicals. EG&G personnel developed an extensive, detailed data package in MS Powerpoint to support the conduct of the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design review (CDR) for the MCA prototype.
6 GDIT N63394-97-D-1115 We provide technical and administrative services for the development, maintenance, and update of U.S. and FMS versions of technical documentation. We also maintain student records, maintain a test bank database and attend various meetings for MK 41 VLS In-Service Engineering Agent/Field Service Representative (ISEA/FSR) course of instruction (COI) as well as Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Delta courses.
7 SCCI N00178-02-C-2003
N00178-04-D-4127-0003
Our administrative support staff is responsible for internal and external administrative support. Internal support for SCCI includes human resources, office supply inventory management, petty cash account management, customer interface, and employee timekeeping/processing. External support for our customers includes Contractual and financial administration for support tasks.

OTHER SCCI TEAMMATES AND QUALIFICATIONS

1. Novonics Division of Camber Corporation
Related Function Areas:
5 System Design Documentation & Technical Data
6 Software Eng, Development, Programming & Network
12 Info System (IS) Dev, Info Assurance (IA) & Info Tech (IT)
14 Interoperability, Text & Evaluation, Trials
16 Acquisition Logistics
18 Training

Related Contracts: N00178-04-F-1035 and 7562BA-05-F-0049

Technical Capability: Camber Corporation is a leading provider of engineering and technical services, cyber operations technology, mission critical support services, and advanced training solutions to US federal agencies and affiliates.

Our support aligns with the operational interests of every Joint combatant command; more than 150 Army, Air Force, and Navy programs; National Guard headquarters in every state and territory; and more than 25 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) or coalition countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

We have particular strengths in cyber operations, systems engineering support, logistics management, and business and program support operations. We are an early provider of cyber simulations and have pioneered simulation-based acquisition efforts through endeavors such as the Army’s Simulation and Modeling for Acquisition, Requirements, and Training (SMART) initiative. Our logistics engineering efforts span from small arms, helicopters, and unmanned aerial systems, to ground vehicles and surface ships. We serve the Intelligence Community at home and abroad and maintain full-time networks ensuring defense from chemical and biological attack. Our technical specialists support program interests in a variety of Joint headquarters and in every military service.

Camber, based on the a task order award shall provide technical and engineering support in the systems engineering, integration, development, maintenance, documentation, and operation of training tools for the Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS). These tools include but are not limited to those used for tactical team training: the AEGIS Combat Training System (ACTS); the Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT); AEGIS Combat System Interface Simulation (ACSIS); and those used for operator training which include but are not limited to: Computer Aided Submode Training (CAST); Lesson Generator Program (LGP); CAST Lesson Authoring System (CLASS); Next Generation CLASS (NGC); and other interactive courseware and authoring systems. Both Shipboard and Shore-Based facility deliveries of programs and courseware that include ILE lesson development and integration on the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) E-Learning environment can be provided.

2. DC Corporation
Related Function Areas:
5 System Design Documentation & Technical Data
6 Software Eng, Development, Programming & Network
12 Info System (IS) Dev, Info Assurance (IA) & Info Tech (IT)
14 Interoperability, Text & Evaluation, Trials
16 Acquisition Logistics
18 Training

Related Contracts: N00178004-D-4031-0003, N00178-04-D-4031-M803, N00178-04-D-4031-M804

Technical Capability: DCS has an excellent systems and software engineering, software development and program/acquisition management capability supporting NSWD Dahlgren, multiple NAVAIR program offices and competencies including the 4.0 and 5.0 Competencies. This experience is valuable in providing a full spectrum engineering, T&E, and acquisition support capability for the program offices and technical competencies.

3. Tatitlek Corporation
Related Function Areas:
5 System Design Documentation & Technical Data
6 Software Eng, Development, Programming & Network
12 Info System (IS) Dev, Info Assurance (IA) & Info Tech (IT)
14 Interoperability, Text & Evaluation, Trials
16 Acquisition Logistics
18 Training

Related Contracts: N00178-10-D-2004, N00178-10-D-2005

Technical Capability: System Engineering & Integration, System Administration, Network O&M, Information Assurance, Tactical Systems O&M, Configuration Management, CAD/VISIO, Cable Fabrication, IT Logistics Support, Help-Desk and Computer Operations Support.

4. Millennium Engineering and Integration Company
Related Function Areas:
1 Research & Development Support
2 Eng, System Eng & Process Eng Support
3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, Analysis
4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, Fabrication
5 System Design Documentation & Technical Data
6 Software Eng, Development, Programming & Network
7 Reliability, Maintainability & Availability(RM&A)
8 Human Factors, Performance & Usability Engineering
9 System Safety Engineering
10 Configuration Management (CM)
11 Quality Assurance (QA)
12 Info System (IS) Dev, Info Assurance (IA) & Info Tech (IT)
14 Interoperability, Text & Evaluation, Trials
15 Measurement Facilities, Range & Instrumentation
16 Acquisition Logistics
17 Supply & Provisioning
18 Training
19 In-Service Eng, Fleet Intro, Installation & Checkout
20 Program Support
21 Functional & Administrative

Related Contracts: N00178-08-C-2008, N00178-4-D-4085-0002, N00178-04-D-4085-0003

Technical Capability: Incorporated in 1995, Millennium Engineering and Integration (Millennium) Company is a privately held business with demonstrated capability to meet a broad range of customer requirements, such as systems engineering and technical analysis, integration and testing, test facility development, test and evaluation, sensor systems, software development, and program engineering management. Over half of Millennium employees possess an advanced degree and 20 or more years of experience in the aerospace sector. Today the company provides expertise to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA- KI, Aegis BMD, TER, DB, SE, AS, PIA), US Navy, US Air Force, and NASA. We serve this diverse set of clients from our headquarters in Arlington, VA, in our field offices in Huntsville, AL, Colorado Springs, CO, Tucson, AZ, Los Angeles, CA, Dahlgren, VA, or onsite at customer locations. By responding to customer needs with the best talent operating in the right locations, Millennium has formed strong alliances to deliver our products.

Millennium possesses a wide breadth of engineering and technical capabilities spanning seven Core Competencies and demonstrated in many advanced aerospace Technology Development areas. Millennium leverages our expertise in each of these areas to fulfill customer requirements.

System Engineering. Millennium’s system engineering expertise includes Concept Development, Engineering Documentation, Requirements Analysis/Traceability/Verification, Modeling and Simulation, Risk Management, Engineering Design, and Program Reviews. Our system engineers perform top-level analysis for a variety of weapon systems and spacecraft and their components (i.e. missile, radar, seeker, fire control). This analysis is used to determine system performance and design tradeoffs. Millennium also performs technology assessments and technology risk reduction planning in a variety of advanced technology areas, including two-color infrared sensors, kinetic kill vehicle divert and attitude control propulsion, missile and small satellite propulsion, tactical communications, and data fusion.

Integration and Test. Millennium has a long history in interceptor, targets, sensor, missile, and spacecraft integration and test. Millennium was deeply involved in the establishment of the Aegis BMD IR sensor Captive Carry test program as the technical lead on every aspect of engineering, integration, and testing. Millennium engineers at the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) provide in-service engineering test and evaluation for surface warfare combat systems and subsystems, unique equipment, and related expendable ordnance of the Navy Surface Fleet. Millennium is supporting the NSWC PHD MK612 guided missile test set testing program for the STANDARD Missile family. Millennium provides MK612 GMTS round level test development and software engineering for USN and Foreign Military Sales. Millennium is actively involved with the ongoing development for the STANDARD Missile Next Generation Test Set that will eventually replace the MK 612. We are a major force driving STANDARD Missile 3 Transition To Production efforts including development of an interim production test set. Millennium is the operating contractor for the National Hover Test Facility (NHTF) and we have many engineers with extensive backgrounds in Kill Vehicle Integration and Test. Millennium engineers were the lead integration and test engineers for all three of the Miniature Sensor Technology Integration (MSTI) satellites. Millennium also served as integration and test lead for the NASA JPL Deep Space 1 spacecraft, Vegetation Canopy Lidar, QUICKTOMs, NSTAR, and ORBVIEW 3 spacecraft.

Test and Evaluation. Millennium engineers have played key roles in kinetic energy interceptor tests beginning with the Delta 181 space intercept test in 1989 and including the Army and Navy LEAP flight tests and all of the Navy Standard Missile BMD variants. Millennium developed, operates, and maintains the Aegis BMD Missile Defense Communication and Operations Node (MIDCON) facility, used during MDA test events to receive, process, fuse, and transmit ballistic missile track data. Millennium is involved in all aspects of mission planning and execution including: defining mission objectives; developing test plans and requirements documents; performing mission analysis; deploying hardware to test sites; executing the missions; and providing post-mission analysis and reports. Our engineers are leading MDA/KEI Targets of Opportunity (TOO) experiments. Millennium analysis of these TOOs laid the foundation for the KEI Terrestrial Testbed acquisition program. To date, Millennium engineers have planned, executed and analyzed over 45 live-fire missions for various program sponsors.

Sensors. Millennium has significant capability in multi-spectral sensor technology. We have several engineers nationally recognized for their capabilities in IR sensor test facility development and operation as well as sensor testing, calibration, and algorithm development. Millennium plays a critical role in the development and test of the Aegis BMD Kinetic Warhead (KW) IR sensor. Millennium is also designing, building and demonstrating a IR camera with custom optics for NAVAIR. Millennium also leads the test and assessment of the Japanese Quantum Well Infrared Photo-detector (QWIP) sensor technology for missile defense applications. Millennium led the calibration effort at the AEDC and will be leading performance assessment efforts at the KHILS facility at Eglin AFB.

Software. Millennium develops and operates customized mission planning and performance analysis tools. Millennium also jointly developed and currently operates and maintains the BMD Engagement Coordination System (ECS) software recently prepared for Iraq deployment to support wartime operations by fusing multiple sensor tracks into an integrated track for improving accuracy. Millennium has also developed algorithms for track discrimination of multiple objects in the radio and infrared frequencies. Millennium engineers, working hand and hand with Raytheon, provide independent software evaluation in Tucson, AZ, for Navy missile and test equipment projects.

Program Engineering. Millennium possesses significant talent and capability in program management and program engineering. Millennium has developed tools and processes that collect, sort and display critical programmatic information for extremely complex programs. MDA has several related programs with thousands of schedule events that are integrated within Millennium tools. Millennium’s tools and processes have enabled MDA executive leadership to “drill down” and assess critical technology and programmatic impacts to the overall BMDS schedule.

Acquisition Management. Millennium engineers and managers are key contributors in the first major acquisition program conducted by MDA. The KEI Program is employing reformed acquisition techniques that emphasize a strong partnership between government and all layers of the contractor team and open, effective communications. Highly-qualified and experienced Millennium personnel were instrumental in the KEI strategy development and offer the skill set to effectively implement it.