Experience

Brockwell Technologies, Inc.
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.1 Research and Development Support

4

Technical support to the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) Research, Development and Engineering Center (RDEC) Software Engineering Directorate (AMRDEC) (SED) in the areas of Model-Based Systems and Software Engineering (MBSE); System and Software Design, Development, and Implementation; System and Software Engineering Process Analysis, Development, and Improvement; Concept Development and Requirements Analysis; Custom Digital Design; Rapid Prototyping; and Production.
3.2  Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support:

4

Engineering support to the SED in the development of new systems and software engineering processes to support a full systems engineering capability at the enterprise level. Evaluated and implemented new product development technologies related to product lifecycle management to improve the posture of the software and product engineering processes and workflows.
3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

4

Make recommendations for the development, modification, and implementation of tools and procedures to increase efficiencies in Simulation and Modeling of systems and processes. Contributions included tools and technologies for the automation of system and software architecture modeling.
3.4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support

4

Designed, built pre-production prototypes for, and formally qualified at Redstone Test Center (RTC), the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) Transportation and Handling Monitoring System (THMS). Fabricated test fixtures, test stands, and environmental test chambers in support of pre-production verification testing of prototype units.
3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

4

Developed the Technical Data Package (TDP) for the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) Transportation and Handling Monitoring System (THMS), developed and executed the Formal Verification Test (FVT) plan, developed and executed the Formal Qualification Test (FQT) plan, and prepared materials for and supported the THMS Functional and Physical Configuration Audits (FCA/PCA) to include system and software architecture design artifacts, test methods and procedures, certification requirements, inspection methods, system design specification, software design specification, hardware design specification, prime item development specification, and all test plans and reports.
3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

4

Provide technical expertise and leadership in MBSE tools and methodologies to support legacy code reverse engineering and automatic code generation from executable Unified Modeling Language (UML) models in support of SED weapon system programs. Designed, developed, coded, and tested an Effects Optimization Tool (EOT) for incorporation into a U.S. Army missile system to enhance mission planning capabilities.  Designed, Developed, and implemented real-time embedded digital radio control software for the management of a SINGARS network access point.
3.7 Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support

4

Support software engineering, system engineering, and custom digital design, development, and production of Environmental Sensor Units for the Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Engineering & System Assessment Division, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) and the Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems (PFRMS) Project Office.
3.8 Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support

4

Developed an advanced Soldier Machine Interface software package that served as the basis for the eventual display software upgrade for a U.S. Army launcher display unit.
3.9 System Safety Engineering Support
3.10 Configuration Management (CM) Support

4

Technical, senior-level support and leadership for all Software Configuration Management (CM), Release, Data, and Change Management activities for the U.S. Army Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA).  Responsible for all aspects of Change Control software development for the entire enterprise; from configuration, training, and modification to user issue resolution and documentation.
3.11 Quality Assurance (QA) Support
3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support:

4

Technical support to ensure that Government Information Assurance (IA) and Security requirements are met, which includes software development in accordance with Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs).  Designed the network topology for a U.S. Army/Joint Network Operations Center (NOC) to include Host Based Security Systems (HBSS), cross domain interfaces, security enclaves, firewalls, policy-based routers, Type 1 encryption equipment, and network intrusion detection and prevention equipment.
3.13 Inactivation and Disposal Support
3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

4

Provide system engineering support to test and evaluation activities including support of hardware and software development, systems integration and interoperability, performance analysis, and preparation for airworthiness qualification and platform integration testing.  Provides DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF) Subject Matter Expertise support to ensure that U.S. Army programs meet DoD CIO guidance for interoperability. Supports interoperability planning with Kiowa, Chinook, Apache, and Blackhawk platforms in support of avionics development efforts.
3.15 Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
3.16 Logistics Support

4

Support world-wide inventory management of Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) for Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS) assets worth $20 MIL.  Provide recommendations to support the logistic functions for the AMPS system including the analysis and design of workflows, tracking of the system configuration, and management of the authorized hardware inventory list for each AMPS system and subsystem.
3.17 Supply and Provisioning Support
3.18 Training Support
3.19 In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation & Checkout Spt
3.20 Program Support
3.21 Functional and Administration Support
3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

 

 

 

IBM
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Areas 3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
3.11 Quality Assurance (QA) Support
3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA) and Information
Technology (IT) Support
3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
3.18 Training Support
3.20 Program Support

Past Performance Data
Contract No.
N000178-05-D-4364
Various tasks
As a SeaPort-e prime, IBM has a long list of past performance qualifications listed at:
http://www-304.ibm.com/easyaccess3/seaport/gclcontent/!!/gcl_xmlid=104687/IBM current work includes tasks for the Navy ERP Deployment and FMO Support.
– Period of Performance 2005-2019
– Contract value Task values of $13.5M,
– Contract type Cost Plus
– Prime or Sub? IBM is a prime
– Government Command that issued the contract NSWC, DAHLGREN DIVISION
– Brief description of SOW services provided (optional) Provide the Office of Naval Research (ONR) system support during the deployment of the Navy’s ERP enterprise business solution otherwise known as Navy Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP) Release 1.0. O
– Customer POC’s name, address, phone number, email address Contract Negotiator – Lucas Kinkade, ONR Code 254, (703) 696-4257 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

Bevilacqua Research Corporation
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.1 Research and Development Support 4 Supported the USACOE ERDC GSL’s mission to serve as the TRI-Service leader for Project Reliance in Survivability and Protective Structures (S&PS RDT&E). The types of research supported include: weapons and explosion phenomenology including airblast, fragmentation, projectile penetration, ground shock, cratering, and ejecta; material development and characterization, material modeling of fiber reinforced composites, concrete and geologic materials; theoretical and computational structural mechanics and dynamics as its related to response of conventional and protective structures subjected to both conventional and non-conventional weapons effects; camouflage, concealment, and deception.
3.2  Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support: 4 Providing systems engineering support Under the TEAS 6 program at Eglin AFB for all aspects of military munitions and test instrumentation system development, including feasibility studies, technical trade studies, requirements development and management, hardware and software specification development, interface design and interface control, review and approval recommendations, system design development, test program management, fielding and sustainment. Test and evaluation support includes all aspects of test coordination and execution for Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground weapons testing, communications systems and C4ISR systems testing, including comprehensive test engineering, test program development, pre-test planning, test plans/procedures development, test equipment maintenance and control, conduct of developmental and operational testing activities, and generation of test status reports, quick look and final test reports.
3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support 4 Provided technical support for development and maintaining ERDC’s Structural Weapon Effects (SWE) modeling and simulation systems, and their force protection and vulnerability assessment models
3.4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support 4 Supporting the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division (NSWCPCD), Test and Evaluation and Prototype and  Fabrication Division providing personnel, material, and equipment necessary to perform all tasks related to test and evaluation across a given program’s acquisition lifecycle. This activity includes procurement or development of test systems and fixtures, prototyping of hardware, development of software, limited production of associated systems, support of in-service systems, integration of systems and instrumentation, installation of hardware, testing of systems and subsystems, and fielding of systems.
3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support   Providing engineering support under the TEAS 6 program at Eglin AFB for all phases of weapon development that includes requirements definition, planning, weapon systems design, technical documentation, test design and conduct, data collection, data reduction and analysis and reporting. Support includes assisting in developing and analyzing emerging weapon-to-network centric interfaces and solutions between existing and/or emerging air armament and external communications networks that facilitate weapon participation within network-centric warfare environments. Support also includes weapons development planning and weapon technology expertise for the Next Generation Missile.
3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support 4 Providing HW/SW maintenance support to  the  96TW at Eglin AFB to develop, implement, test and debug HW/SW solutions to ensure systems comply with applicable Information Assurance guidance. Accomplish provisioning, installation/configuration, operation, and maintenance of systems hardware and software and related infrastructure.  Provide customer technical support through analysis and problem solving to facilitate installation, implementation, maintenance, education, and documentation of a variety of computer and software technologies.  Perform Domain Administrator functions such as updates of active directory objects, firewall exception requests, proxy requests, VPN technologies, TCP/IP, and DHCP issues. Manage access and security of Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) and Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), and other interconnected computer networks. Perform as Information Assurance Officer, obtain and manage security certification and accreditation of systems, networks, and sites.   Perform security analyses and risk/vulnerability assessments.
3.7 Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support  
3.8 Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support  
3.9 System Safety Engineering Support  
3.10 Configuration Management (CM) Support 4 Providing computer and network systems support to the 96TW, Eglin AFB for  design, installation, configuration management and testing of existing SIPRNET, SDREN, VNM, and C2Net enclave network infrastructure supporting the Air Operations Center Lab. Perform operating system configuration changes to network routers, switches, and firewall systems — optimize network availability, performance, data throughput, and security. Perform setup and reconfiguration of AOC Lab network and firewall equipment to support numerous test programs. Analyze network operation and provide troubleshooting services to isolate and resolve complex real-time network connectivity and system configuration issues. Troubleshoot and perform maintenance in all aspects of the information technology realm including workstation preventative maintenance, recovery operations and solutions, network connectivity issues, application usage training, VPN installation and troubleshooting.
3.11 Quality Assurance (QA) Support  
3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support: 4 Engineering support to the 46TS, Eglin AFB for Systems Security & Assessment testing and IA testing of C4I Systems and Infrastructures including Software Certification and Accreditation testing, Penetration testing, Certification and Accreditation (C&A) testing and supporting DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) for supported systems. Support also includes T&E activities for all phases of DT to include hardware, network, and software requirements definition, planning, test design and conduct, data collection, test automation, and reporting as well as performing Information Assurance Management responsibilities.
3.13 Inactivation and Disposal Support  
3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support 4 BRC engineers perform aircraft Integration and T&E support for the Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze (HTVSF) program including integration of the FMU-167/B HTVSF into the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) and GBU-28E/B Enhanced Paveway III (EP3) weapon systems and interface to various USAF and Navy aircraft platforms.  BRC engineers developed the Interface Control Procedures and  the Serial Data Interface Control Document (SD ICD) and act as the Designated Secretariat of the Interface Control Working Group (ICWG) responsible for issuing all Interface Memorandums (IFMs), Interface Change Notices (ICNs) for the program.  BRC develops test plans and procedures and coordinates resources weapon build-up, and aircraft loadouts for all phases of development and flight testing.
3.15 Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support 4 Performing mission planning and range airspace coordination of all flight training programs for 40FLTS. Developed mission profiles and coordinated support requirements and scheduling of resources and personnel to support the development of safe operational procedures for use of all resources required to conduct C4ISR test, and training missions and other programs for a large DOD Major Range and Test Facility Base (MRTFB) range. Performed complex range scheduling tasks and provided input on scheduling priorities. Resolved range resource utilization conflicts in accordance with established procedures that included aircraft, ranges, threat sites, and instrumentation. Relayed daily changes to aircraft configuration, airspace profiles, frequencies, shared airspace agreements and other resources to the test engineer.
3.16 Logistics Support  
3.17 Supply and Provisioning Support  
3.18 Training Support  
3.19 In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation & Checkout Spt  
3.20 Program Support  
3.21 Functional and Administration Support  
3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support  

 

 

 

First Team Solutions, LLC
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.18 Training Support

4

Project Lead for Operation Boots to Business: From Service to Startup in support of the Womens Business Center for North Alabama (WBCNA). A two day seminar given once per quarter on Redstone Arsenal, AL introducing transitioning military and veterans to the world of entrepreneurship. Seminar takes the students on the process going from an idea to concept to business and economic models to business plan start. Business Coach for the WBCNA assisting start up and small business entrepreneurs with organization, structure, certifications and planning. Instructor for AMCOM Contracting Officer Skills Workshop.

3.20 Program Support

4

Support of Systems and Technology Research LLC through Redstone Government Consulting Inc on a myriad of cost type development contracts/projects and SBIR. Assisted in crafting various subcontract vehicles for portions of the development effort. Crafted protection for proprietary information and asserted risk mitigation venues to manage client’s exposure to risk; support of Green Housing Structures of Alabama LLC on FEMA Programs for the Department of Homeland Security on: developing Teaming Agreements for subcontractors, reviewing USG Request for Proposals, developing subcontract contractual instruments and any other contract management subject matter issue.

3.21 Functional and Administration Support

4

3.21.2 Supported Strategic Defense Systems LLC, Trident Group, Inc, Majestic Solutions, Inc, GATR Technologies, Beason and Nalley, OASYS, Inc, LOGZONE, Inc, with selection, preparation and submittal of GSA Schedule Proposals.

 

 

 

Quantum Research International, Inc.
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.1 Research and Development Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract: Concepts and Operations for Space and Missile Defense Integration Capabilities (COSMIC), US Army Space and Missile Defense Command / Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT), Space Integration Research and Development (SIRD) Task Order.  Under this COSMIC Task Order, Quantum provided the personnel that supported the SMDC FWC Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab (SMDBL) in conducting a multi-faceted program to support its new mission set of Space, Near Space, and Missile Defense Capabilities Integration and Development.  We delivered space and near space innovations to the warfighter that encompassed integration, research, development and design efforts for the Space Division, including technical services in support of the other initiatives for divisions within the SMDBL.  We were involved in the primary focus of providing new space based technologies and efforts like space planning tools and applications, space intelligence of the battlefield, enhanced terrestrial and space weather prediction, and integrated space picture.  The efforts included research, design, build/ integration, test, and demonstration of new space based capabilities to put in the hands of the Warfighter.  Additionally we supported the  Army Space Support Team –Tactical Set spiral upgrade which includes upgrades to the  Space Operations System (SOS) and the Space Application Technology Reachback User Node (SATURN); Tactical Ground Station (TGS); and the integration, testing, training, documentation, logistics planning, demonstration of these products and technologies; and pursued/supported transition of capabilities to Programs of Record like Digital Common Ground Station – Army (DCGS-A) and Future Combat Systems.
3.2  Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support: 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT.  As the small business prime contractor for COSMIC, Quantum manages 27 subcontractors with 20 preferred vendors supporting space and missile defense integration, prototype development, and specialty engineering in Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). We have won 50+ TOs and earned more than $217M in revenues. This effort consists of more than 9 years’ experience supporting several SMDC/ ARSTRAT Technical Center programs with tasks including Space and Missile Defense, Blue Force Tracking, Commercial Imagery, and Space Science and Technology Strategy Initiatives. For example, Quantum is designing and building the Global Visual Information System, a low cost nano-satellite concept demonstrator on the Kestrel Eye TO, and has completed the conceptual design for a low cost launch vehicle concept demonstrator on the Soldier Warfighter Operationally Responsive Deployer for Space (SWORDS) TO. Quantum provides all system engineering, analysis, deliverables, and staff support needed to help bring SMDC/ARSTRAT sponsored initiatives to the warfighter in the field, and provides all support necessary to help these initiatives become Programs of Record.  Other key tasks performed for SMDC/ARSTRAT include Space Enablers/Enhancements Technology and Innovation (SETI), Operationally Responsive Space (ORS I & II), Software Integration and Future Technologies (SWIFT), Army Space Support Team Test (ARSST), TRADOC G2 support and Counter IED (TRADOC), and Exercises, Experiments and Wargames (EEW).
3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support 2 Quantum Prime Contract: Engineering, Software Development and Analysis Support for Army Research Lab, Software Development Branch (SDB) and Warfighter Support Branch (WSB). Quantum provides analytical, technical, development, and administrative support to the Survivability/Lethality Analysis Directorate (SLAD) of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), which is the Army’s focal point for survivability, lethality, and vulnerability (SLV) analysis and expertise.  Quantum provides modeling and simulation (M&S) experience involving complex system interactions with external forces and modifications to existing complex systems, and has been doing so for more than 15 years under this and previous SLAD contracts throughout DoD.  Quantum has particularly unique, in-depth experience with the BRL-CAD, MUVES, Operational Requirement-based Casualty Assessment (ORCA), and Advanced Joint Effectiveness Model (AJEM), the leading Tri-Service developed vulnerability, lethality, and weapons effectiveness model. AJEM software models and simulates physical interactions with vehicles, combat environments, system of systems interactions, threat-target encounters, weapon effects, and warfighter crew casualty assessments. Quantum has supported advanced M&S capabilities for the SLAD by conducting crew casualty assessments (CCA); providing verification, validation, and accrediting (VV&A); developing computer algorithms, interfaces, and simulation techniques; providing software engineering, configuration control, and testing; conducting sensitivity analysis of data, methodology, and algorithms; and drafting technical documentation for engineering, modeling, and simulation products. Quantum conducts CCA studies and we have received recognition from the National Research Council’s technical advisory board for a forensic study investigating crew casualties in Iraq.
3.4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT.  Quantum provides support for prototype development and integration for the SMDC Battle Lab, to include the enhancement of SMDBL current systems or to be performed on future systems utilizing next generation C4ISR technologies, to include systems integration, prototype development, software development, hardware integration, exercise support, and training, with the goal of moving the resulting technology into the appropriate stage of the formal acquisition process.  As examples, Quantum is currently building or has recently completed prototype demonstrators for three systems, all of which are Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations:  (1) Kestrel Eye is a Tactical Imaging Nano-satellite which can be tasked from the battlefield by the Warfighter with a portable ground station.  It furnishes real time high resolution battlefield imagery directly to soldiers under fire to provide reconnaissance, situational awareness, and casualty location.  (2) Global Visualization Information System (GVIS) is a handheld device that provides geospatial information directly from the satellite to the Warfighter on the ground. (3) Soldier-Warfighter Operationally Responsive Deployer for Space (SWORDS) is a low cost, on-demand launch vehicle capable of launch from austere environments.
3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, SMDC/ARSTRAT.   Quantum provides the engineering and technical services to design, program, develop, build, implement, test, train, support (to include spares) and maintain SMDBL prototypes/initiatives with the ultimate goal of transition to Programs of Record, such as the Army Space Support Team – Tactical Set (ARSST-TS), the Space Operations Systems (SOS), the Space Applications Technology User Reachback Node (SATURN), and the Joint Space Planning System (JSTP).  The ARSST-TS is a proven SMDC prototype system that provides Soldier Forces with global wideband satellite communications and software applications that contain space analysis, common operating picture, geo-spatial and imagery tools.  The ARSST-TS (whose components include the SOS and SATURN) was employed during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and the space-based products provided by ARSST-equipped teams markedly enhanced command and control, situational awareness and analysis for commanders and their staffs.  Quantum develops and updates, as needed, virtual, textual and graphical documentation supporting design, testing, research and integration.  We produce system software and hardware requirements specifications, schematics, test plans, test assessments, recommendations, parts lists and user manuals in accordance with software and hardware documentation packages; and implement document control procedures in accordance with the configuration management plan. Quantum has provided 24/7/365 help desk support to 37 ARSST-TS elements; 272 Space Operating Systems (SOS) to soldiers/teams deployed worldwide (Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) -Afghanistan) without any issues, 100% equipment accountability, and no mission failures.
3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract: US Army Aviation and Missile Command Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (AMCOM EXPRESS) Technical Support to Aviation Networks and Mission Planning (PD ANMP), Project Manager Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation.  Quantum provides software engineering support necessary to meet cost, schedule, and performance objectives for the Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS); works with the user community to develop and document future AMPS/Joint Mission Planning System requirements; and coordinates activities with various AMPS software developers and monitors all software development activities to include review of all software documentation and software metric data. The Quantum Technical Lead acts as the Chief Architect of Army Aviation Interoperability Strategy, and leads Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation interoperability efforts with the Future Combat Systems Brigade Combat Team Program Office.
3.7 Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Space Integration Research and Development (SIRD) Task Order.  Led the successful execution of a formal Ops Assessment for the Army Communications System, leading to acceptance under Urgent Materiel Release process. Test data supported rapid wartime fielding of sophisticated suite to transmit, receive, monitor, analyze, and store satellite communications signals.  Test data baselined Reliability, Maintainability, Availability (RM&A) data collection process; fielded system users were able to make manpower, maintenance support, and spare parts requirements assessments.
3.8 Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support 2 and 6 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT,  National Threat Operation Center (NTOC) Enterprise Upgrade Task (NEUT).  Quantum provides research, systems engineering, integration, test, information technology, and logistics support to the National Security Agency (NSA) NTOC and NTOC Enterprise, U.S. Cyber Command, U.S. STRATCOM, and the Experiments and Space Divisions of the Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab (SMDBL).  We conduct research and development and design, then implement a functional modernization upgrade (audio-visual, information technology, workflow process, operational systems, training, and certification) for the NTOC and for the Extended Enterprise, its geographically dispersed nodes, and like command and operations centers. We provide the latest technology, workflow processes, and information management, analysis, and visualization concepts and tools to support all mission areas and provide system integrity and compatibility across the Extended Enterprise. Quantum provides the NTOC and command and operations centers at five disparate sites (CONUS and OCONUS) with the systems engineering/integration expertise and technological capabilities to provide situational awareness, operational analysis, and end-to-end management required by cyber domain security and operations.  We tailored research, design, systems engineering, integration, and system upgrades to enable interoperability across the intelligence community and common connectivity to customers. Our design includes human factors engineering for ergonomic designs that improve operator performance. We evaluated technologies (IT and AV) and integrated the HW/SW at the sites using RDT&E plans, state of the art technological innovations, and systems engineering (in line w/ DoDI 5000.02). Our upgrades were within current space restrictions occupied by “watch floors” and adjacent data centers and enhanced operational visibility, situational awareness, and analysis relating to our customer.  Our Team developed and implemented a SEP (Systems Engineering Plan) that captures all the required steps to manage the system during its life cycle phases.
3.9 System Safety Engineering Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract: US Army Aviation and Missile Command Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (AMCOM EXPRESS) Technical Support to Aviation Networks and Mission Planning (PD ANMP), Project Manager Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation.  Quantum, under a US Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) EXPRESS Direct Award Task Order, leads a team of nine subcontractors that provide engineering, systems engineering, test and technical support for communications systems, navigation systems, and mission planning systems for the Product Manager for Aviation Mission Equipment (PM AME) and the Product Director, Aviation Networks and Mission Planning (PD ANMP) during product development, integration, formalized testing, and documentation. Work was performed at the PM AME on Redstone Arsenal, AL and at the Aviation and Missile Technical Facility at Fort Hood, TX.  Quantum served on the IFF Joint Operational Test Integrated Product Team for Army Aviation; conducted operational testing; developed IFF Mode 5 Test and Evaluation Management Plans; conducted EMI testing for Doppler and Inertial GPS Navigation systems; and provided technical expertise in the areas of materiel release, acceptance testing, safety and First Article Testing for avionics systems/sub-systems.  We supported safety engineering and system safety methods and techniques in the integration of aviation and avionics systems. We were responsible for conducting environmental and safety site assessments/studies to ensure adequate consideration is given to environmental and safety risks.
3.10 Configuration Management (CM) Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT.  Quantum services include appropriate component, cross-service, interagency and future force expertise; recognition of sources who may provide space, near space and missile defense capabilities; knowledge of Science and Technology (S&T) community initiatives and Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technology exploration and identification; technical/system integration and development of operational prototypes; wargaming and concept development/prototype experimentation planning, technical support, execution, evaluation and analysis; generating capabilities documents; designing/building Joint Functional Component Command Operations Centers; configuration management and software development and helpdesk capability; capacity to initiate limited rate initial production of large-scale technologies; and field/training support to demonstrations and operational contingencies in multiple geographic areas.
3.11 Quality Assurance (QA) Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract:  Product Manager for Aviation Mission Equipment Aviation Systems (PM-AME) Project Management Office Technical Support, PEO Aviation, US Army AMCOM.  Provided technical and analytical support to the Aviation Data Exploitation Capability (ADEC) and Air Craft Notebook (ACN) programs in the areas of risk reduction, program integration, architecture development, Army Portfolio Management Solution, and Interface Control Document integration for all PEO AVN rotary wing platforms. Quantum executed ADEC/Military Flight Operations Quality Assurance (MFOQA) prototype project ahead of schedule and $13.2M under budget. The project was recognized as the winner of the 2010 Army Modeling & Simulation Award.
3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support: 4 Quantum Prime Contract: US Army Aviation and Missile Command Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (AMCOM EXPRESS) Technical Support to Aviation Networks and Mission Planning (PD ANMP), Project Manager Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation. • Support the PEO Aviation IA Program Manager as the principal Subject Matter Expert on all IA matters impacting the Army Aviation fleet, both manned and unmanned, including submission of Authority to Operate documentation and Certificates of Networthiness.  Advise on IA requirements, including anti-tamper, critical cryptographic items, critical program information, DoD and Army IA requirements and regulations, and work with logistics personnel to identify IA costs and concerns.  Advise PMs on Army Aviation operations and impacts to operations caused by network security, assist them in planning their systems for integration into the network, perform exercise planning for network interoperability events, and provide user training.
3.13 Inactivation and Disposal Support   N/A
3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract: US Army Aviation and Missile Command Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (AMCOM EXPRESS) Technical Support to Aviation Networks and Mission Planning (PD ANMP), Project Manager Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation.  Quantum provides software engineering support necessary to meet cost, schedule, and performance objectives for the Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS); works with the user community to develop and document future AMPS/Joint Mission Planning System requirements; and coordinates activities with various AMPS software developers and monitors all software development activities to include review of all software documentation and software metric data. The Quantum Technical Lead acts as the Chief Architect of Army Aviation Interoperability Strategy, and leads Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation interoperability efforts with the Future Combat Systems Brigade Combat Team Program Office.
3.15 Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Aerostat Testbed Management Operations (ATMO) Task Order.  On Task Order 1109 Aerostat Testbed Management and Operation (ATMO) – Quantum ordered, received, sustained and operated two aerostats with mooring stations on the range. The operational aerostat capabilities were in support of Army and Joint, Interagency/ Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) customers. Quantum saved the government over $200K during the first Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) exercise through effective planning and management of assets. At the NIE the team supported studies, analyses and evaluations, and engineering and technical services for the Space Operations mission areas by integrating the payload instrumentation on the aerostat. Quantum identified the need for, and installed a new Load Sensor, Line Control Indicator 90i (LCI-90 improved), upgraded software to the Command Control Module (CCM), and upgraded wireless telemetry and helium usage software to the ground station monitoring system which allowed testing and evaluations of communications that may be used for national and homeland security purposes.
3.16 Logistics Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Geo-Spatial Information Interoperability Exploitation – Portable (GIIEP) Task Order.  The purpose of this TO was to provide support for the US Army Space and Missile Defense Future Warfare Center’s (FWC) Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab (SMDBL) on behalf of the Army National Guard to provide 128 man-portable, secure multi-band full motion video (FMV), imagery, and sensor data management and receiver/transmitter systems, two to each state and two to each of four US territories.  Quantum developed a Logistics support plan that included a server and a complete set of GIIEP equipment located at the Quantum facility in Huntsville, AL for troubleshooting, along with 24/7 telephonic support for all users. We conducted a thorough lifecycle review of the GIIEP System that looked at component obsolescence and technology insertion. Provided logistical support, ensuring contract compliance, for acquisition, transportation, warranty repair and supply system discipline of GIIEP systems being fielded to National Guard Units nationwide. Ensured the materiel readiness for a 128 systems to include their packaging; handling, storage, and transportation by the company in accordance with best commercial practices.  Interpreted government rules and regulations regarding ordering and receipt of supplies and equipment; ensured proper application of all other procedures and policies IAW required regulations. Completed all paperwork/documents required for inventorying, shipping, and purchasing of equipment.
3.17 Supply and Provisioning Support 2 and 4 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Test Provisioning Support:  Under the NCR-IADS task order Quantum planned, developed, and maintained the onsite Joint Air Defense Operation Center Delta (JADOC-D) test facility for all risk reduction regression testing.  During the conduct of multiple NORAD test events, Quantum’s JADOC team was responsible for logging and recording all archived and distributed data; and for insuring that all systems were loaded with all the proper software and patches to meet all Information Assurance requirements for test events.  We were also responsible for identifying and reporting all errors and anomalies during NORAD Joint, multi-echelon testing of the JADOC and JADOC-D, and submission of Test Problem Report (TPR) documents.  Under Quantum’s SIRD task, Quantum wrote test plans for the Tactical Ground Station equipment integration effort used by SMDBL and the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL); and wrote Functional Test plans for TGS pre-launch validation in preparation for AFRL-hosted Mission Partner Readiness Review.  We also coordinated and executed testing of Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems (IEWS), which is a concentrated effort to provide discovery and evaluation of new technology to enhance the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Defeat effort.  We also coordinated the Validation & Verification of the Joint Space Tactical Planning system, as well as coordinated test planning and execution of the Army Communication System.
3.18 Training Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT.  Quantum provides C2 technical assessments of future Space and Near-Space capabilities and provides expertise in shaping how the Army Battle Lab could participate in the development of long range vision and planning.  Services also include appropriate component, cross-service, interagency and future force expertise; recognition of sources who may provide space, near space and missile defense capabilities; knowledge of Science and Technology community initiatives and Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology exploration and identification; technical/system integration and development of operational prototypes; wargaming and concept development/prototype experimentation planning, technical support, execution, evaluation and analysis; generating capabilities documents; designing/building Joint Functional Component Command Operations Centers; configuration management and software development and helpdesk capability; capacity to initiate limited rate initial production of large-scale technologies; and field/training support to demonstrations and operational contingencies in multiple geographic areas.
3.19 In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation & Checkout Spt   N/A
3.20 Program Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Command Center Operations, Network, Upgrade Task (CoCONUT) Task Order.  We provide support to NTOC efforts to discover, design, analyze, and provide technology research to support modernization/upgrades.Quantum created a design plan using technology, workflow processes, information management, analysis, and visualization tools to support all mission areas and provide system integrity, compatibility, and real-time/near real-time representations of intelligence, space, and threat significant activities/conditions. We modified the current phased upgrade plan for three geographically dispersed NSA Extended Enterprise locations in Texas, Georgia, and Hawaii to include linkages, synchronicity, and upgrades with Fort Meade. We provided sound, cognitive engineering-based, ergonomic design that optimizes mission performance.
3.21 Functional and Administration Support 4 Quantum Prime Contract: COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, 1st Air Force (AFNORTH) Command Task Order.  Quantum supports day-to-day functional operations management by administering all core services, and supporting core and functional servers for JWICS, NIPR, SIPR, CSD and CENTRIXS networks.  This includes planning, coordination, command, control, critical issues and priorities, re-engineering, support, and especially daily workflow.  This includes coordination with the Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) as appropriate for system/service issues. Quantum operates, manages, and maintains all assigned server systems at the sites and software applications to fulfill mission requirements directed by Government IAW AFMAN 33-223 and 33-112. Core services include Exchange, file shares, anti-virus (SAV), system backups, DNS services, etc. Support includes loading, configuring and installing operating systems for all windows-based servers.  Quantum also detected, analyzed, and resolved problems associated with hardware, operating system, and application software.  We maintained and updated appropriate system administrator documentation and position continuity/training materials for each assigned system.
3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support 6 Quantum Prime Contract:  COSMIC, USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Command Center Operations, Network, Upgrade Task (CoCONUT) Task Order. Quantum provides support to NTOC efforts to procure, install, and integrate audio-visual (AV) and information technology (IT) equipment to support Video Teleconference Operations.  Services include configuring, set-up, transporting and operating all necessary equipment supporting VTCs, conference rooms, communications, engineering, technical support, trouble-shooting, audio, projections, multimedia, maintenance, installation, fine-tuning, switchable interfaces, mixers, controlling devices, cameras, portable VTC systems microphones, audio/video interfaces, control consoles, Crestron programming, and providing hands-on training to systems users.

 

 

 

Cortina Consulting Group LLC
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

4

Provide Engineering Support to the Missile Defense Agency, Redesigned Kill Vehicle (RKV) project.

3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

4

Develop User Manuals for the Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT) Software, Naval Health Research Center.

3.18 Training Support

4

Provide Process Improvement Training and develop Online Help Documentation for the Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT) software application, Naval Health Research Center.

3.20 Program Support

4

Provide Programmatic Support (EVM, Project scheduling, Metrics Tracking) to Army PEO Missiles and Space, Cruise Missile Defense Systems (CMDS) Project.

 

 

 

CKS Technologies LLC
EXPERIENCE
SeaPort-e Functional Area SeaPort-e Zone(s)
Where Performed
Experience Relevant to Functional Area Within Past 3 Years
3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

4

Provided subject matter expertise in structural analysis for projects including a USSOCOM asset, an International Space Station payload and structural supports for a very large chemical waste processing facility.

3.9 System Safety Engineering Support

4

Performed structural analysis and safety assessments for all mechanisms for an International Space Station payload as well as generating the Design for Minimum Risk Matrix and associated report. Performed safety assessments for several systems of a USSOCOM asset including the control system as well as the saddles and transport trailer. Also performed structural analysis, including fatigue, for structural supports for a very large chemical waste processing facility.

3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

4

Structural evaluation of systems including a USSOCOM asset, an International Space Station payload and structural supports for a very large chemical waste processing facility.