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Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Optical Network Enhancement Link 38

Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate | Published May 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 23, 2015
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The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO), Networks Section, PL8224, 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225 has issued a contract award for the procurement of indefeasible right of use dark fiber, equipment (including Ciena 6500 equipment) and services, and operations and maintenance support in commercial fiber facilities to connect Tinker Air Force Base, Fort Sill, Barksdale Air Force Base, Fort Polk, and Keesler Air Force Base to support Department of Defense users in the Continental United States.

Defense Injection/Reception Emergency Control and Command Terminal

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published May 23, 2016  -  Deadline June 23, 2016
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This statement provides notice that the government anticipates awarding a primarily Firm-Fixed Price contract for Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), Production of Defense Injection/Reception Emergency Action Message (EAM), Command and Control (C2), Limited Injection (LITE) and Alternate Injection (AIT) in support of the Defense Injection/Reception Emergency Command and Control Terminals- DIRECT. The Contractor shall provide efforts required for On-Site Management Coverage, Software Updates, Logistics Support, Information Awareness, Field Support, Engineering Services, Travel and Over and Above in support of the DIRECT terminals. The proposed contract action is for services for which the Government intends to negotiate and award a five-year sole source contract to General Dynamics C4 Systems, Inc. (CAGE: 04655), 150 Rustcraft Road, Dedham, MA 02026. This is in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1 "Only One Responsible Source and no Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements". All responsible sources may submit a capability statement of proposal, which shall be reviewed by the U.S. Government. A determination by the Government to not compete this proposed contract action will be based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. In accordance with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 16.201, foreign participation is not permitted at the prime contractor level. All potential offerors should contact the Contracting Specialist/Procuring Contracting Officer identified above for additional information, questions, and/or concerns. This solicitation is expected to be released on 23 May 2016 with a response due no later than 30 days after the issuance of the solicitation. The period of performance for this contract will consist of one (1) 12-month basic period and four (4) 12-month ordering periods. The place of performance will be specified in the forthcoming solicitation.

Department of Defense Freight Transportation Service (DFTS)

Other Defense Agencies, United States Transportation Command | Published December 30, 2015
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_________________________________________________________U.S. TRANSPORTATION COMMANDContract Award AnnouncementNovember 22, 2016 Crowley Logistics, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, is being awarded a $109,857,829 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, fixed-price with economic price adjustment contract (HTC711-16-D-R007) for the procurement of the Department of Defense Freight Transportation Services (DFTS) program. This contract contains requirements for transportation coordination services encompassing support from receipt of the shipment request through final payment for services rendered, to include management of shipments to ensure required transportation is successfully completed. Work will be performed at Continental U.S. (CONUS) locations as specified on each individual task order, with an expected completion date of 30 November 2018 for the base period. A total of $3,857,829 of Fiscal 17 Transportation Working Capital Funds will be obligated at the time of award. The remainder of the contract will be funded through decentralized orders. This contract was a competitive acquisition and 4 offers were received. The contracting activity is the U.S. Transportation Command, Directorate of Acquisition, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.  

Defense Injection/Reception Emergency Control and Command Terminal

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 11, 2016
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AFLCMC/WNKE hereby awards an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Defense Injection/Reception Emergency Action Message (EAM) Command and Control (C2) Terminal (DIRECT), DIRECT-Limited Injection Terminal (LITE) and Alternative Injection Terminal (AIT) Contractor Logisticis Services (CLS), Engineering Services and Production to General Dynamics Mission Systems, Inc. located at 150 Rustcraft Road, Dedham, MA 02026-4534. Cage Code 04655.  The period of performance begins 12 May 2017 to 11 May 2022.  The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 10 U.S.C. 2034 (c)(1).  The Government does not own or possess rights to re-procure data to facilitate a competitive procurement of the CLS, Engineering Services or Production from any other source.The contract vehicle is an Indefinite Delivery/Indifinite Quantity instrument with provisions for Firm-Fixed-Price, Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee and Cost-Reimbursement-No-Fee CLINs.  A solicitation (FA8523-16-R-0030) was issued on 12 September 2016.  This contract is for a basic year with four (4) one year ordering periods. 

A--Miniture Self Defense Munition

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published November 5, 2015
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Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published February 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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AFRL/RWK BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) BAA-RWK-2014-0001 Call #004 "Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study" NAICS: 541712 (Size Standard: 1,000 Employees) FEDERAL AGENCY NAME: Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate 101 W. Eglin Blvd. Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810 Notice to Offeror(s)/Supplier(s): This Call for Proposals is being issued under Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which was published in FedBizOpps.gov on 20 Mar 2014. Offerors must refer to BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which must be read and adhered to in conjunction with this Call for Proposals. This Call for Proposals will be governed by the "ONE-STEP" process described in Section V of the open ended BAA RWK-2014-0001. APPLICABILITY OF BASELINE BAA: All requirements of BAA-RWK-2014-0001 apply unless specifically amended and addressed in this CALL. The Baseline BAA contains information applicable to all CALLS issued under BAA-RWK-2014-0001 and provides information on the overall program, proposal preparation and submission requirements, proposal review and evaluation criteria, award administration, agency contacts, etc. Direct questions to the Contracting Office (CO) points of contact identified below. Proposal Due Date and Time: Proposals are due no later than 4 PM Central Time on 23 March 2015. NOTE: Proposal receipt after the due date and time shall be governed by the provisions of FAR 52.215-1(c)(3). It should be noted that this installation observes strict security procedures to enter the facility. These security procedures are NOT considered an interruption of normal Government processes, and proposals received after the above stated date and time as a result of security delays will be considered "late." Furthermore, note that if offerors utilize commercial carriers in the delivery of proposals, they may not honor time of day delivery guarantees on military installations. Early proposal submission is encouraged. Electronic submission of proposals for this BAA shall not be accepted; this includes e-mail and facsimile. I. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Background: The Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate Strategic Planning Branch (AFRL/RWPB) is considering the award of contract(s) for the research, development and conceptual design of an affordable, Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM). Objectives: The following Government Statement of Objectives (SOO) applies to this Call for proposals. (1)Program Objective/Scope: General Program Objective: The objective of this program is to develop and characterize industry system concept designs and critical enabling technologies. This study is not an acquisition down select. The program shall be titled the Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study. Specific Program Objectives: A detailed Statement of Objectives (SOO) for the MSDM Concept Study has been accomplished. The SOO and MSDM Concept Study objectives, Annex 1, will be provided in accordance with the instructions found in Section 8(d) below. (2)Statement of Objectives: It is expected that contract(s) awarded will include research and development in the following areas. Concept Exploration Enabling Technologies System Analysis Technology Roadmap Final Report (3)Risk: The contractor shall identify risks associated with conceptual design of the MSDM Program. The contractor is responsible for utilizing a risk evaluation process, determining all major demonstration risks, assigning values to those risks, and developing mitigations for those risks. The contractor team shall make risk evaluation a component of all technical reviews. (4)Management: The contractor shall be responsible for meeting all requirements of this effort, including but not limited to: cost, technical, safety, schedule, security and subcontractor management. The contractor shall communicate the technical and programmatic status through Data Requirements submissions discussed in section/paragraph I(5) and scheduled meetings discussed in section/paragraph I(6). In addition to the final review, informal program status interchanges (such as teleconferences) are encouraged. Secure communications will be required for this effort. Classified telephone discussions will be required as a minimum. Classified video conferencing is preferred. (5)Data Requirements: The contractor shall submit reports as specified in Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) (DD Forms 1423). In all cases, the contractor shall document work results and present results in a final briefing to management. All results will be documented in a Final Technical Report. A001 - Status Report A002 - Presentation Material A003 - Scientific and Technical Reports A004 - Fund & Man-Hour Expenditure Report A005 - Final Report The Contractor may propose additional elements or submittal of combined elements or Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) as appropriate for the proposed program. i.STINFO. Scientific and Technical Information (STINFO) may be generated. STINFO safeguards shall apply. (6)Technical Reviews: The MSDM Concept Study will have a Kickoff meeting at Eglin AFB, a Midterm review via secure teleconference or secure VTC, and a final review at the contractor facility at 2 weeks, 3 months and 5 months after contract award respectively. (7)Other Requirements: a)Program Security Requirements: Portions of this program will be classified at the Secret level and a DD Form 254 will apply to the awarded contract. Thus, offerors must verify their Cognizant Security Office information is current with Defense Security Service (DSS) at www.dss.mil . b)Emissions Security (EMSEC) requirements will apply. Generation of classified material is authorized only on equipment approved for classified processing by Air Force EMSEC authorities. Based upon the proposed technical approach, the Government will provide a Security Classification Guide at contract award or during the performance of the contract, whenever the requirements of the guide, as it pertains to the contract performance, can be determined. c)ITAR: International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Public Law 98-94 (export control) will apply to this effort. d)Data Rights: It is anticipated that all data delivered under any resulting award will be delivered with unlimited rights; however different rights may be negotiated as appropriate. The contractor shall identify data rights assertions, licenses, patents, etc. that apply to any proprietary materials, technical data, products, software, or processes to be used by the prime or subcontractor(s) in the performance of this program; and shall address acquisition of data rights or licenses, or expected recoupment of development costs for those proprietary items that will be integral to the design. The contractor shall specifically address data rights/proprietary issues at each meeting discussed in section/paragraph I (6). The contractor shall specifically address inventions/patents identified in the performance of the program at each meeting discussed in section/paragraph I (6). (8)Other Information: a)Government Furnished Property (GFP): The Government may assist in providing GFP, based on availability, if requested. Therefore, the offeror shall include a detailed list of Government resources, with their associated approximate value (if known), required to execute a contract in a timely and cost effective manner. b)Base Support/Network Access: The offeror should identify any they believe is necessary in their proposal. c)Hazardous Materials: The contractor must identify any hazardous materials to be used in performance of this effort in the proposal and any subsequently requested formal proposal. d)Request for Annexed Data: To receive Annex documents, the offeror must be certified to receive military critical technical data under the US/Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP) (www.dlis.dla.mil/jcp). To request this Annex, forward a written request for release of export-controlled data related to the MSDM Concept Study to Mr. Michael Kostelny via mail or fax (see Section VII - Agency Contacts, paragraph (2)). The written request shall include: •Certified copy of a DD Form 2345, Militarily Critical Technical Data Agreement •Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code •Approved address to receive classified mail •Cognizant Defense Security Service office name/address •Facility Security Officer: name, phone, email, fax •Name, phone, email, and fax of the person to receive the annex •Facility must be cleared (Under the NISPOM) to receive and store US Classified up to and including SECRET. The request should be provided early enough to allow the Government up to 7 calendar days to provide the document. No supplemental documentation will be provided unless requested in strict accordance with these instructions. e)Operations Security (OPSEC): The offeror shall train personnel in, and follow, appropriate Operations Security (OPSEC) measures during the performance of this program. II.AWARD INFORMATION (1)Type of Contract: The Government anticipates negotiating a Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract type for this effort. (2)Anticipated Number of Awards: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding four CPFF contracts. The Government reserves the right to award one, multiple, or no contracts pursuant to this BAA Call. (3)Anticipated Award Date: The Government expects to receive proposals within 45 days of publication of this BAA Call, and to negotiate and award one or more contracts by 5 June 2015. (4)Anticipated Period of Performance: The overall contract period of performance is expected to be 7 months. A final report is required at 2 months after the end technical effort completion. (5)Estimated Program Cost: The total anticipated funding for this program is $1.0 M. Funding is estimated not to exceed $250K for each contract. This funding profile is an estimate only and will not be a contractual obligation for funding. All funding is subject to change due to government discretion and funds availability. All potential offerors should be aware that due to unanticipated budget fluctuations, funding in any or all areas may change with little or no notice. (6)Funding Restrictions: The cost of preparing proposals in response to this announcement is not considered an allowable direct charge to any resulting contract or any other contract, but may be an allowable expense to the normal bid and proposal indirect cost specified in FAR 31.205-18. Incurring pre-award costs for ASSISTANCE INSTRUMENTS ONLY are regulated by the DoD Grant and Agreements Regulations (DODGARS). III. ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION Eligible Offeror/Applicants: All applicants are potentially eligible. All correspondence must reference the title and BAA number. Any Foreign or foreign-owned offerors with an appropriate Special Security Agreement (SSA) in place with the U.S. Government should immediately contact the contracting office focal point identified in Section VII for information if they contemplate responding. IV. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION INFORMATION (1)Content and Form of Submission of Proposals: This Call for Proposals will be governed by the "ONE-STEP" process described in Section V of the open-ended BAA RWK-2014-0001. Proposals submitted shall be in accordance with this announcement. Proposals received after the due date and time specified in the CALL shall be governed by the provisions of FAR 52.215-1(c)(3). There will be no other announcement issued for this requirement. Offerors MUST monitor FedBizOpps https://www.fbo.gov in the event this announcement is amended or CALLS are issued. Offerors must monitor these systems to ensure they receive the maximum proposal preparation time for subsequent amendments as this is the official notification vehicle to request proposals. Proposals must reference the announcement number BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #004. Proposals should be addressed and delivered to the Contracting Point of Contact (POC) identified herein. Offerors must submit one-original and 1 hard copy of their proposal via mail or hand delivery to the Contracting POC identified below. Any classified proposal information should be submitted in a separate appendix and provided directly to the Technical POC identified herein. Do not submit Classified Data to the Contracting POC. In the event any classified data would be submitted, contact the Technical POC for directions. (2)Technical proposals for Call #004 shall be limited to twenty (20) pages, prepared and submitted in accordance with the instructions set forth in Section V of BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which must be read in conjunction with this Call for Proposals. The Statement of Work (SOW) shall be limited to an additional 5 pages, above and beyond the 20-page limit for the technical proposal. Any excess pages in the Technical Proposal, beyond the Page Limitation Requirements of the BAA, will not be evaluated. Page Format: Paper Size shall be 8.5 inch x 11 inch. Margins on every page shall be one-inch on top, bottom, left and right sides. Font size shall be standard 12 point Times New Roman. Character spacing must be "normal," not condensed in any manner. Pages shall be single-spaced. In addition, respondents are requested to provide their Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) number, their Dun & Bradstreet Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) (3)Cost proposals for this Call have no page limitations; however, offerors are requested to keep cost proposals to 30 pages as a goal. Provide total cost summary by fiscal year reflecting all cost elements, hours and rates by year to reflect the total price. As applicable, provide supporting cost data for any materials by providing list of materials, explaining what their costs are based on such as vendor quotes, catalog prices, or historical data; provide subcontract quotes with your proposal, and price analysis for any subcontracts, per FAR 15, explaining how subcontract prices were found to be fair and reasonable; provide consultant quotes reflecting breakout of hours and cost; provide breakout of any travel so it is clear how you computed the travel costs if any, and provide supporting data for any other costs. V.PROPOSAL REVIEW INFORMATION: Proposal Review will be governed by the Proposal Review process described in Section V of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. VI.TERMS APPLICABLE TO ALL BAA AWARDS: Terms Applicable will be governed by the Terms Applicable process described in Section VI of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. VII.AGENCY CONTACTS (1)Questions of a technical nature shall be directed to Michael Kostelny, AFRL/RWPI, 101 W. Eglin Blvd Ste. 337 Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810 Michael.kostelny@us.af.mil, 850-882-9219 (2)Questions of a contractual/business nature shall be directed to Beverly Williams, Contract Specialist 101 W. Eglin Blvd Ste. 337 Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810 Phone: (850) 883-2669 Email: beverly.williams.1@us.af.mil Note: Any correspondence should reference the BAA title and number and Call Number in the Subject Line. (BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #004) VIII.OTHER INFORMATION PERTINENT TO AWARD OF CONTRACTS AND/OR ASSISTANCE INSTRUMENTS Other Information Pertinent to Award of Contracts and/or Assistance Instruments will be governed by the Other Information Pertinent to Award of Contracts and/or Assistance Instruments process described in Section VIII of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. DISTRIBUTION A. Approved for public release, distribution unlimited. (RW PA#4939) TECHNICAL EVALUATION FOR COMPETITIVE ACQUISITIONS (Used for Formal Proposal ONLY for this BAA) BAA No: BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #004 Proposal Control No: Type of Instrument Proposed: Category Ranking: Name of Offeror: Proposal Title: Name of Evaluator: Date of Evaluation: Office Symbol: Phone No: EVALUATION CRITERIA (AS DETAILED IN THE SYNOPSIS) 1. An integrated assessment of the proposed technical approach to include scientific and/or technical merits and the potential contributions of the effort to extending the scientific understanding associated with the technologies being pursued by the three AFRL/RW Divisions and described in the 18 research areas of the BAA. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: Likely to cause significant disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Can potentially cause some disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Has little potential to cause disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Normal contractor effort and normal Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. 2. The offeror's capabilities, related experience, facilities, techniques, or unique combinations of these that are integral factors for achieving the proposed project objectives presented in the formal proposal. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: No significant related experience. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Some related experience, but no experience directly associated with this technology. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Significant relevant experience directly associated with this technology. 3. The qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the proposed principal investigator, team leader, and other key personnel who are critical to achieving the proposed project objectives presented in the formal proposal. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: No significant qualifications, capabilities, and experience of key personnel. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Breadth of qualifications, capabilities, and experience of key personnel is lacking in technologies. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Key personnel possess qualifications and experience required and exhibit critical capabilities to perform this effort. 4. The reasonableness and realism of proposed costs and fees if any, the proposed cost share by the offeror if any, and the availability of funds (i.e., considering budgets and funding). (Check all that apply) The offeror's proposed: 0 (1) quantity and mix of labor hours, 0 (2) material, 0 (3) subcontracting, 0 (4) travel, and 0 (5) any other direct costs, are appropriate and realistic for their proposed technical approach. Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: Cost proposed, labor mix and number of hours does not reflect that the Contractor has a clear understanding of the effort required to achieve technical objectives. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Indicators exists that additional labor categories or hours may be required to complete the technical effort. Low: Cost proposed, labor mix and number of hours reflect that the Contractor has a clear understanding of the effort required to achieve technical objectives. Category Ranking: ________________ The evaluation described above will generally result in proposals being placed in one of the three categories below: Category I: Demonstrates technical merit. Is important to agency programs. The offeror presents relevant experience and access to adequate resources. Risk is acceptable. The cost/price is reasonable and realistic. Proposals in Category I are recommended for acceptance (subject to availability of funds) and normally are displaced only by other Category I proposals. Category II: Demonstrates technical merit; is important to agency programs; and presents relevant experience and access to adequate resources; but requires further development. Risk is acceptable. The cost/price is reasonable and realistic. Category II proposals are recommended for acceptance, but at a lower priority than Category I. Category III: Does not demonstrate technical merit; does not meet agency needs; does not present adequate experience or resources; the risk level is unacceptable; or the cost/price is not reasonable or realistic. Signature Program Manager: ____________________________________________ Typed/Printed Name: ____________________ Date: _______________ Signature Branch Chief (or equivalent): ____________________________________ Typed/Printed Name: ______________________ Date: _____________

Defense Support Program (DSP) Sustainment Contract

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command | Published April 29, 2015
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The contractor will sustain the Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite contellation by performing required services in the following areas: spacecraft and sensor support, anomaly resolution, infrastructure maintenance, training, on-site support, and mission threat analysis. The contract was awarded on a sole-source basis per FAR 6.302-1, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." Specifically, FAR 6.302-1 (a)(2)(iii)(A) states that services may be deemed to be available only from the original source in the case of the follow-on contracts for the continued provision of highly specialized services when it is likely that award to any other source would result in substantial duplication of cost to the Government that is not expected to be recovered through competition. See attached sole-source Justification and Approval (J&A) document for complete sole-source rationale.

Defense Advanced Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver (DAGR) System

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published June 6, 2016
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AFLCMC intends to solicit and negotiate, on a sole source basis, a contract for production, repair, and demil of units and contractor logistics support for the Defense Advanced Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver (DAGR) system in support of Department of Defense (DoD) and FMS customers.  The DAGR is the approved handheld GPS receiver for all DoD Services and is integrated and/or embedded in more than 150 military platforms.           The Government intends to solicit Rockwell Collins International (CAGE 13499), 400 Collins Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA, 52498-0505, for the requirements described herein.   The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). The Government does not own or possess rights to technical data to facilitate competitive procurement from any other source.  The contract is anticipated to be awarded as a Requirements type instrument with provisions for Firm Fixed Price and Cost Plus Fixed Fee Contract Line Items (CLINs). The estimated award date is March 2017. The proposed contract is for a one-year basic period plus four (4) one-year ordering periods.  The place of contract performance will be at the contractor's facility and/or the USG facilities. The majority of the work will be performed at the contractor's facility. The proposed contract action is for supplies or services for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1. Interested persons may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all proposals received within thirty days after date of publication of this synopsis will be considered by the Government.  A determination by the Government not to compete with this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. It is anticipated the Request for Proposal will be issued on or around 21 June 2016.  The RFP will NOT be posted to FedBizOpps.  Should you desire to obtain a copy, your emailed request must be submitted to the POC(s) listed above and one will be provided.  No telephone requests will be honored.  THERE IS NO TECHNICAL DATA AVAILABLE.  This acquisition is subject to Buy American Act. Foreign participation at the prime contractor level is not permitted.

Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Seeker Conceptual Design

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published February 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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AFRL/RWK BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) BAA-RWK-2014-0001 Call #003 "Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Seeker Conceptual Design" NAICS: 541712 (Size Standard: 1,500 Employees) FEDERAL AGENCY NAME: Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate 101 W. Eglin Blvd. Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810 Notice to Offeror(s): This Call for Proposals is being issued under Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which was published in FBO.gov on 20 Mar 2014. Offerors must refer to BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which must be read and adhered to in conjunction with this Call for Proposals. This Call for Proposals will be governed by the "ONE-STEP" process described in Section V of the open ended BAA RWK-2014-0001. APPLICABILITY OF BASELINE BAA: All requirements of BAA-RWK-2014-0001 apply unless specifically amended and addressed in this CALL. The Baseline BAA contains information applicable to all CALLS issued under BAA-RWK-2014-0001 and provides information on the overall program, proposal preparation and submission requirements, proposal review and evaluation criteria, award administration, agency contacts, etc. Direct questions to the Contracting Office (CO) points of contact identified below. Proposal Due Date and Time: Proposals are due no later than 4 PM Central Time 23 March 2015. NOTE: Proposal receipt after the due date and time shall be governed by the provisions of FAR 52.215-1(c)(3). It should be noted that this installation observes strict security procedures to enter the facility. These security procedures are NOT considered an interruption of normal Government processes, and proposals received after the above stated date and time as a result of security delays will be considered "late." Furthermore, note that if offerors utilize commercial carriers in the delivery of proposals, they may not honor time of day delivery guarantees on military installations. Early proposal submission is encouraged. Electronic submission of proposals for this BAA shall not be accepted; this includes e-mail and facsimile. I. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Background: The Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate Weapon Seeker Sciences Branch (AFRL/RWWS) is considering a contract for the research, development and conceptual design of an affordable Air-to-Air seeker for aircraft self-defense. Objectives: The following Government Statement of Objectives (SOO) applies to this Call for proposals. (1) Program Objective/Scope: General Program Objective: The objective of this program is to develop a conceptual design of an affordable Air-to-Air seeker front end (optics/algorithms) for the aircraft self-defense role. The program shall be titled Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Seeker Conceptual Design. Specific Program Objectives: The contractor team shall perform analyses and trade studies to define the best functional characteristics of the MSDM Seeker front end (optics/algorithms). The contractor team shall review and decompose the munitions functional subcomponents to ensure all mission requirements are met through the use of engineering and simulation. The program shall include study in the areas of aerodynamics, propulsion, warhead, GN&C, etc., and the seeker front end. All seeker sub-systems will be defined and assumptions stated. Cost is a primary driver for the MSDM Seeker and a cost model shall be developed. The government will use these cost figures for funding appropriations. An initial Government study has been accomplished. The study results and the MSDM Seeker Conceptual Design requirements, Annex 1, will be provided in accordance with the instructions found in Section 8(d) below. Follow-On Program Objective: A follow-on effort may occur at a later date under a separate solicitation. (2) Statement of Objectives: It is expected that contract(s) awarded will include research and development in the following areas. Conceptual Design - Define system and subsystem requirements and state all assumptions. Explore design trades between subsystems and critical components while considering fabrication and integration issues. This effort will model the launch aircraft, the MSDM and two threats. Critical risk areas should be addressed with data analysis and detailed modeling. The conceptual design and modeling results will be used to determine if a follow-on effort should be pursued. The technical period of performance for this effort is six (6) months plus three months for final report. (3) Risk: The contractor shall identify risks associated with conceptual design of the MSDM Seeker. The contractor is responsible for utilizing a risk evaluation process, determining all major demonstration risks, assigning values to those risks, and developing mitigations for those risks. The contractor team shall make risk evaluation a component of all technical reviews. (4) Management: The contractor shall be responsible for meeting all requirements of this effort, including but not limited to: cost, technical, safety, schedule, security and subcontractor management. The contractor shall communicate the technical and programmatic status through Data Requirements submissions discussed in section/paragraph I(5) and scheduled meetings discussed in section/paragraph I(6). In addition to the final review, informal program status interchanges (such as teleconferences) are encouraged. Secure communications will be required for this effort. Classified telephone discussions will be required as a minimum. Classified video conferencing would be preferred. (5) Data Requirements: The contractor shall submit reports as specified in Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) (DD Forms 1423). In all cases, the contractor shall document work results and present results in a final briefing to management. All results will be documented in a Final Technical Report. A001 - Status Report A002 - Presentation Material A003 - Scientific and Technical Reports A004 - Fund & Man-Hour Expenditure Report A005 - Final Report The Contractor may propose additional elements or submittal of combined elements or Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) as appropriate for the proposed program. i. STINFO. Scientific and Technical Information (STINFO) may be generated. STINFO safeguards shall apply. (6) Technical Reviews: A kickoff meeting will be held at Eglin AFB, a midterm review via teleconference or VTC, and a final review will be held at the contractor facility. (7) Other Requirements: a) Program Security Requirements: Portions of this program will be classified at the Secret level and a DD Form 254 will apply to the awarded contract. Thus, offerors must verify their Cognizant Security Office information is current with Defense Security Service (DSS) at www.dss.mil . b) Emissions Security (EMSEC) requirements will apply. Generation of classified material is authorized only on equipment approved for classified processing by Air Force EMSEC authorities. Based upon the proposed technical approach, the Government will provide a Security Classification Guide at contract award or during the performance of the contract, whenever the requirements of the guide, as it pertains to the contract performance, can be determined. c) ITAR: International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Public Law 98-94 (export control) will apply to this effort. d) Data Rights: It is anticipated that all data delivered under any resulting award will be delivered with unlimited rights; however different rights may be negotiated as appropriate. The contractor shall identify data rights assertions, licenses, patents, etc. that apply to any proprietary materials, technical data, products, software, or processes to be used by the prime or subcontractor(s) in the performance of this program; and shall address acquisition of data rights or licenses, or expected recoupment of development costs for those proprietary items that will be integral to the design. The contractor shall specifically address data rights/proprietary issues at each meeting discussed in section/paragraph I (6). The contractor shall specifically address inventions/patents identified in the performance of the program at each meeting discussed in section/paragraph I (6). (8) Other Information: a) Government Furnished Property (GFP): The Government may assist in providing GFP, based on availability, if requested. Therefore, the offeror shall include a detailed list of Government resources, with their associated approximate value (if known), required to execute a contract in a timely and cost effective manner. b) Base Support/Network Access: The offeror should identify in their proposal any base support/network access they believe is necessary. c) Hazardous Materials: The contractor must identify in the proposal any hazardous materials to be used in performance of this effort. d) Request for Study Results/Annexed Data: To receive Study Results/Annex documents, the offeror must be certified to receive military critical technical data under the US/Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP) (www.dlis.dla.mil/jcp). To request the Study Results/Annex, forward a written request for release of export-controlled data to the MSDM Seeker Conceptual Design Program Manager, Mr. Shawn Goodrich, via mail or fax (see Section VII - Agency Contacts, paragraph (2)). The written request shall include: • Certified copy of a DD Form 2345, Militarily Critical Technical Data Agreement • Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code • Approved address to receive classified mail • Cognizant Defense Security Service office name/address • Facility Security Officer: name, phone, email, fax • Name, phone, email, and fax of the person to receive the annex Facility must be cleared (Under the NISPOM) to receive and store US Classified up to and including SECRET. The request should be provided early enough to allow the Government up to 7 calendar days to provide the document. e) Disposition of Classified Material: Non-selected offerors will be required to destroy all classified material received from the Government. A Destruction Notice Receipt shall be provided to the Government to verify this has occurred. The Destruction Notice Receipt shall be sent to the MSDM Seeker Conceptual Design Program Manager. f) Operations Security (OPSEC): The offeror shall train personnel in, and follow, appropriate Operations Security (OPSEC) measures during the performance of this program. II. AWARD INFORMATION (1) Type of Contract: The Government anticipates negotiating a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) contract type for this effort. (2) Anticipated Number of Awards: The Government anticipates negotiating two FFP contracts. The Government reserves the right to award one, multiple, or no contracts pursuant to this BAA Call. (3) Anticipated Award Date: The Government expects to negotiate and award one or more contracts in April 2015. (4) Anticipated Period of Performance: The overall contract period of performance is expected to be 6 months. A final report is required at 3 months after the end of technical effort completion. (5) Estimated Program Cost: Anticipated funding for this program is not to exceed $162.5 K per contract. This funding profile is an estimate only and will not be a contractual obligation for funding. All funding is subject to change due to government discretion and funds availability. All potential offerors should be aware that due to unanticipated budget fluctuations, funding in any or all areas may change with little or no notice. (6) Funding Restrictions: The cost of preparing proposals in response to this announcement is not considered an allowable direct charge to any resulting contract or any other contract, but may be an allowable expense to the normal bid and proposal indirect cost specified in FAR 31.205-18. Incurring pre-award costs for ASSISTANCE INSTRUMENTS ONLY are regulated by the DoD Grant and Agreements Regulations (DODGARS). III. ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION Eligible Offeror/Applicants: All applicants are potentially eligible. All correspondence must reference the title and BAA number. Any Foreign or foreign-owned offerors with an appropriate Special Security Agreement (SSA) in place with the U.S. Government should immediately contact the contracting office focal point identified in Section VII for information if they contemplate responding. IV. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION INFORMATION (1) Content and Form of Submission of Proposals: This Call for Proposals will be governed by the "ONE-STEP" process described in Section V of the open-ended BAA RWK-2014-0001. Proposals submitted shall be in accordance with this announcement. Proposals received after the due date and time specified in the CALL shall be governed by the provisions of FAR 52.215-1(c)(3). There will be no other announcement issued for this requirement. Offerors MUST monitor FedBizOpps https://www.fbo.gov in the event this announcement is amended. Offerors must monitor these systems to ensure they receive the maximum proposal preparation time for subsequent amendments as this is the official notification vehicle to request proposals. Proposals must reference the announcement number BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #003. Proposals should be addressed and delivered to the Contracting Point of Contact (POC) identified herein. Offerors must submit one-original and 1 hard copy of their proposal via mail or hand delivery to the Contracting POC identified below. Any classified proposal information should be submitted in a separate appendix and provided directly to the Technical POC identified herein. Do not submit Classified Data to the Contracting POC. In the event any classified data would be submitted, contact the Technical POC for directions. (2) Technical proposals for Call #003 shall be limited to twenty (20) pages, prepared and submitted in accordance with the instructions set forth in Section V of BAA-RWK-2014-0001, which must be read in conjunction with this Call for Proposals. The Statement of Work (SOW) shall be limited to an additional 5 pages, above and beyond the 20-page limit for the technical proposal. Any excess pages in the Technical Proposal, beyond the Page Limitation Requirements of the BAA, will not be evaluated. (3) Cost proposals for this Call have no page limitations; however, offerors are requested to keep cost proposals to 30 pages as a goal. Provide total cost summary by fiscal year reflecting all cost elements, hours and rates by year to reflect the total price. As applicable, provide supporting cost data for any materials by providing list of materials, explaining what their costs are based on such as vendor quotes, catalog prices, or historical data; provide subcontract quotes with your proposal, and price analysis for any subcontracts, per FAR 15, explaining how subcontract prices were found to be fair and reasonable; provide consultant quotes reflecting breakout of hours and cost; provide breakout of any travel so it is clear how you computed the travel costs if any, and provide supporting data for any other costs. V. PROPOSAL REVIEW INFORMATION: Proposal Review will be governed by the Proposal Review process described in Section V of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. VI. TERMS APPLICABLE TO ALL BAA AWARDS: Terms Applicable will be governed by the Terms Applicable process described in Section VI of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. VII. AGENCY CONTACTS (1) Questions of a technical nature shall be directed to Shawn Goodrich AFRL/RWWS 101 W. Eglin Blvd. Eglin AFB, FL 32542 shawn.goodrich@us.af.mil Phone: 850-882-4244 Fax: 850-882-4260 Michael Kostelny AFRL/RWPI 101 W. Eglin Blvd Eglin AFB, FL 32542 michael.kostelny@us.af.mil, 850-882-9219 (2) Questions of a contractual/business nature shall be directed to the BAA-RWK-2014-0001 Contract Specialist: Kendall Wagner, Contract Specialist AFRL/RWK 101 W. Eglin Blvd Ste. 337 Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810 Phone: (850) 883-2681 Email: kendall.wagner@us.af.mil Fax: (850) 882-9599 Note: Any correspondence should reference the BAA title and number and Call Number in the Subject Line. (BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #003) VIII. OTHER INFORMATION PERTINENT TO AWARD OF CONTRACTS AND/OR ASSISTANCE INSTRUMENTS Other Information Pertinent to Award of Contracts and/or Assistance Instruments will be governed by the Other Information Pertinent to Award of Contracts and/or Assistance Instruments process described in Section VIII of the basic BAA RWK-2014-0001. DISTRIBUTION A. Approved for public release, distribution unlimited (RWWS-2015-PA-4940) TECHNICAL EVALUATION FOR COMPETITIVE ACQUISITIONS (Used for Formal Proposal ONLY for this BAA) BAA No: BAA-RWK-2014-0001, Call #003 Proposal Control No: Type of Instrument Proposed: Category Ranking: Name of Offeror: Proposal Title: Name of Evaluator: Date of Evaluation: Office Symbol: Phone No: EVALUATION CRITERIA (AS DETAILED IN THE SYNOPSIS) 1. An integrated assessment of the proposed technical approach to include scientific and/or technical merits and the potential contributions of the effort to extending the scientific understanding associated with the technologies being pursued by the three AFRL/RW Divisions and described in the 18 research areas of the BAA. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: Likely to cause significant disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Can potentially cause some disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Has little potential to cause disruption of schedule, increase cost, or degradation of performance. Normal contractor effort and normal Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. 2. The offeror's capabilities, related experience, facilities, techniques, or unique combinations of these that are integral factors for achieving the proposed project objectives presented in the formal proposal. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: No significant related experience. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Some related experience, but no experience directly associated with this technology. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Significant relevant experience directly associated with this technology. 3. The qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the proposed principal investigator, team leader, and other key personnel who are critical to achieving the proposed project objectives presented in the formal proposal. 0Exceeds the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal exceeds the criteria.) 0Meets the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal meets the criteria.) 0Does not meet the criteria (Address key aspects of the proposal which demonstrate why the proposal does not meet the criteria.) Strengths Weaknesses Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: No significant qualifications, capabilities, and experience of key personnel. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Breadth of qualifications, capabilities, and experience of key personnel is lacking in technologies. Special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring will probably be able to overcome difficulties. Low: Key personnel possess qualifications and experience required and exhibit critical capabilities to perform this effort. 4. The reasonableness and realism of proposed costs and fees if any, the proposed cost share by the offeror if any, and the availability of funds (i.e., considering budgets and funding). (Check all that apply) The offeror's proposed: 0 (1) quantity and mix of labor hours, 0 (2) material, 0 (3) subcontracting, 0 (4) travel, and 0 (5) any other direct costs, are appropriate and realistic for their proposed technical approach. Assessed Proposal Risk: High _____ Moderate _____ Low _____ High: Cost proposed, labor mix and number of hours does not reflect that the Contractor has a clear understanding of the effort required to achieve technical objectives. Risk may be unacceptable even with special contractor emphasis and close Government monitoring. Moderate: Indicators exists that additional labor categories or hours may be required to complete the technical effort. Low: Cost proposed, labor mix and number of hours reflect that the Contractor has a clear understanding of the effort required to achieve technical objectives. Category Ranking: ________________ The evaluation described above will generally result in proposals being placed in one of the three categories below: Category I: Demonstrates technical merit. Is important to agency programs. The offeror presents relevant experience and access to adequate resources. Risk is acceptable. The cost/price is reasonable and realistic. Proposals in Category I are recommended for acceptance (subject to availability of funds) and normally are displaced only by other Category I proposals. Category II: Demonstrates technical merit; is important to agency programs; and presents relevant experience and access to adequate resources; but requires further development. Risk is acceptable. The cost/price is reasonable and realistic. Category II proposals are recommended for acceptance, but at a lower priority than Category I. Category III: Does not demonstrate technical merit; does not meet agency needs; does not present adequate experience or resources; the risk level is unacceptable; or the cost/price is not reasonable or realistic. Signature Program Manager: ____________________________________________ Typed/Printed Name: ____________________ Date: _______________ Signature Branch Chief (or equivalent): ____________________________________ Typed/Printed Name: ______________________ Date: _____________

A--MINIATURE SELF-DEFENSE MUNITION (MSDM)

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published September 15, 2015
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Installation Base Defense Security System (IBDSS) Maintenance

Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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Link To Document N/A US 62225-5015 Scott Air Force base Scott AFB, IL

Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Commissary Advanced Resale Transaction System Replacement/Modernization (CARTS R/M)

Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate | Published August 26, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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The purpose for the publication of this Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Commissary Advanced Resale Transaction System Replacement/Modernization (CARTS R/M) Draft Request for Proposal (Draft RFP) is to provide potential offeror's and other interested parties in the commercial industry sector an opportunity to view the government's current concept to obtain the POS hardware/software/firmware/services in support of DeCA. Commercial industry's comments are solicited on the comprehensiveness and practicality of contract execution based on the contents of this DeCA CARTS R/M Draft RFP. Comments on the DeCA CARTS R/M Draft RFP should be emailed to michelle.r.crain2.civ@mail.mil and jacqueline.d.johnson20.civ@mail.mil at any time, but no later than 9:00 AM, Central Time, Friday, September 4, 2015. Comments received after September 4, 2015 may not be addressed by the government. Prospective offerors that are interested in attending the Pre-Solicitation Conference shall pre-register no later than 9:00 AM, Central Time on September 4, 2015 by submitting an email to michelle.r.crain2.civ@mail.mil and jacqueline.d.johnson20.civ@mail.mil Prospective offerors interested in attending a One-on-One session for the DeCA CARTS R/M Draft RFP shall also pre-register no later than 09:00 AM, Central Time, September 4, 2015 by submitting an email to michelle.r.crain2.civ@mail.mil and jacqueline.d.johnson20.civ@mail.mil For detailed information regarding industry day see the attachment Industry Day Information. Other doucments attached with this notice are: the Draft RFP, Draft J-1 SOO, Draft J-2 SPS, Draft J-3 Price Template (Excel) and Price Notes (MS Word), Draft J-4 DIDS and Draft J-5 DD254.

Defense Mobility Classified Capability (DMCC) Device Integration requirement

Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate | Published March 8, 2016
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Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Optical Network Enhancement Link 39

Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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A--Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) and Small Advanced Capabilities Missile (SACM)

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published January 22, 2016
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A--IGF::OT::IGF, Miniature Self-Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published June 19, 2015
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A--IGF::OT::IGF, Miniature Self-Defense Munition (MSDM) concept study

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published June 11, 2015
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A--BAA-RWK-2014-001 - CALL 004; Miniature Self-Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published July 28, 2015
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A--BAA-RWK-2014-0001_CALL_003; Miniature Self Defense Munition (MSDM) Seeker Conceptual Design

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published June 11, 2015
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A--BAA-RWK-2014-001_CALL_004; Miniature Self-Defense Munition (MSDM) Concept Study

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published July 2, 2015
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