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					                                                    Solicitation DASG62-03-R-0011
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                      STATEMENT OF WORK

C4ISR Operational Management, Engineering and Technical Services
                         (COMETS)

                       Dated 3 September 2003




             U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
                         350 Vandenberg Street
                     Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4900
                                                              Solicitation DASG62-03-R-0011
                                                                Contract DASG62-03-D-0006



                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION   DESCRIPTION                                                              PAGE

1.0       OVERVIEW                                                                 1

1.1       Introduction                                                             1

2.0       SCOPE                                                                    2

3.0       CONTRACTOR TASKS                                                         3

3.1       Command, Control, Computers, Communication, Intelligence,
          Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Services                        3

3.2       Strategic and Tactical Communications Services                           4

3.3       Systems Program Services                                                 5

3.4       Mission Analysis and Architectural Planning                              5

3.5       System Engineering                                                       6

3.6       Operational Development and Integration Services                         7

3.7       Operational Planning and Services                                        8

3.8       Rapid Prototyping, Limited Procurement, & Fielding Services              9

3.9       Information Operations (IO)                                              10

3.10      Software Development and Communications Services                         11

3.11      Integrated Logistics Services                                            11

3.12      Emerging Technologies Analysis                                           11

3.13      Facilities                                                               12

3.14      Administrative Services                                                  12

3.15      Communications Education and Literacy                                    12

3.16      Automated Information Systems Engineering, Certification,
          and Accreditation                                                        12

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4.0          CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS                                               13

4.1          Contractor Personnel Requirements                                     13

4.2          Security Requirements                                                 14

4.3          Data Storage and Dissemination                                        15

5.0          CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES                                           16

5.1          Place of Performance                                                  16

5.2          Government and Contractor Interface Locations                         16

5.3          Contractor Resource Scheduling                                        17

5.4          Security                                                              17

5.5          Travel                                                                17

5.6          Documents, Data and Graphics                                          17

5.7          Meetings and Briefings                                                18

5.8          Deliverables                                                          18

5.9          Additional and Quick-Response Services                                19

6.0          PUBLICATIONS                                                          19

6.1          Records, Files, Documents and Working Papers                          19

6.2          Applicable Documents, Regulations, Manuals and Forms                  19

7.0          Government Furnished Information (GFI), Equipment and Workspace       19

             APPENDIXES

Appendix A   General Systems and Subsystem Descriptions                            20

Appendix B   Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Definitions                              26

Appendix C   Personnel Qualifications                                              30

Appendix D   Publications                                                          39

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1.0    Overview

1.1    Introduction

1.1.1 Communications are vital to the modern military establishment. Communications are an
integral element of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance,
and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). Satellites permit direct communications with units on the
battlefield. Lightweight mobile terminals can be erected in a matter of hours, keeping advancing
troops in constant contact with higher authorities. Today the soldier in the field can use satellite
links to establish direct and instantaneous communication with Unified Combatant Commanders.
 Communications integrate a wide variety of mission areas and provide an end-to-end capability
for the warfighter.

As the Army Service Component Command to the U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Army Space
and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC) will see an increase in responsibilities from its
current three mission areas - commanding and controlling Army space forces, integrated missile
defense and computer network operations - to five mission areas. The new mission areas are
global in nature with C4ISR as the enabler. Establish and provide full-spectrum global strike,
coordinated space and information operations capabilities to meet both deterrent and decisive
national security objectives. Provide operational space support, integrated missile defense,
global C4ISR and specialized planning expertise to the joint warfighter. Seamless
interoperability of various communications capabilities and support applications is an essential,
required element of successful mission accomplishment.

1.1.2 The objective of COMETS is to provide scientific, engineering, integration, and technical
services and operational support services under a multiple award, indefinite delivery / indefinite
quantity (ID/IQ) performance, task order type contract. This Statement of Work (SOW)
describes communications related efforts in which analytical, technical, operational, and
programmatic services are required by the principal agencies involved to support the definition,
planning, development, and execution of Department of Defense (DoD) C4ISR missions to
include: development of tools and architectures, vision statements, and doctrine; program
services to include planning, development, fielding, implementation, integration, installation, and
documentation; modeling, simulation, and integration; technical services to define and exploit
existing and future communications capabilities; rapid prototyping, limited fabrication, and
limited procurement or production of communications systems; operational services; testing;
training; independent verification and validation; integrated logistics services; programmatic
services; and analysis of emerging technologies. The COMETS contract will be a Scientific,
Engineering, and Technical Assistance (SETA) type contract vehicle.

1.1.3 Satellite Communications (SATCOM) shall be the significant focus of this contract. This
encompasses support for both military and commercial satellite communication systems, to
include existing operational satellite systems and systems proposed for development, upgrades,
and modifications.

1.1.4 Because of the diversity of the tasks and agencies to be supported, the contractor shall
possess a broad range of knowledge, engineering skills, analytical skills, prototyping efforts,




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laboratory environments, test-beds, and capabilities. This broad engineering and analytic support
will provide a sound basis for current and future requirements and concepts. To maximize the
benefit to the Government, the contractor shall interact knowledgeably and easily with
appropriate Government personnel and other contractors. The contractor may be called upon to
provide services simultaneously to opposing points of view from multiple agencies. To do this,
the contractor, shall demonstrate high technical competence but also objectivity, broad
experience, and independence of thought as well as exemplary management skills. The
contractor shall be required to service and support programs, projects, and initiatives at various
stages of the acquisition process. As such, the contractor shall provide a diverse organizational
team composition to preclude conflicts of interest (see also Section H of the solicitation and
contract).

1.1.5 Primary organizations that will be supported hereunder include: U.S. Army Space and
Missile Defense Command (USASMDC), U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), Project
Manager, Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (PM DCATS),
Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA), Naval Network Warfare Command (NNWC),
and Air Force Space Command (AFSPC). Various Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and their
subordinate Program Managers (PMs), other DoD and non-DoD organizations with related and
relevant missions may also be supported on a non-conflict, non-interference basis. For the
purpose of this SOW, the use of US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC or
SMDC) in relation to a specific office (i.e. G2, G6) shall refer to the Colorado Springs location
unless expressly stated otherwise.

2.0    Scope

2.1     The scope of this effort will span the breadth of USASMDC’s communications mission
requirements. This Statement of Work provides a general depiction of the types and kinds of
services that may be ordered. Specific efforts tasked to the contractor may include but are not
limited to the descriptions of the task areas detailed in this document. The contractor shall
perform communication services in fifteen primary architectural and operational areas:

       (1)     C4ISR Services
       (2)     Strategic and Tactical Communications Services
       (3)     Systems Program Services
       (4)     Mission Analysis and Architecture Planning
       (5)     System Engineering
       (6)     Operational Development and Integration Services
       (7)     Operational Planning and Services
       (8)     Rapid Prototyping and Limited Procurement and Fielding Services
       (9)     Information Operations
       (10)    Software Development and Communications Services
       (11)    Integrated Logistics Services
       (12)    Emerging Technologies Analysis
       (13)    Facilities
       (14)    Administrative Services
       (15)    Communications Education & Literacy




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       (16)    Automated Information Systems Engineering, Certification, and Accreditation

2.2     The contractor shall provide personnel, supplies, materials, facilities, equipment and
administration, other than that which is stated to be Government Furnished, to fulfill the
requirements set forth in individually negotiated Task Orders. The contractor shall analyze,
critique, and assess the adequacy, timeliness and cost effectiveness of work performed by other
contractors and Government personnel. These services require specific consideration under the
organizational conflict of interest provision set forth in Section H of the RFP.

2.3     C4ISR, Space and Transformational Communications (TC) are growth industries and will
continue to evolve over the life of this contract. The contractor’s role and responsibilities will
likely change, as will missions and functional areas to be supported. This SOW establishes
known areas to be supported. The information set forth herein is not necessarily all-inclusive and
will typically change throughout the life of this contract to keep pace with program decisions,
service requirements, and technology. However, any effort that involves communications
requirements of C4ISR, space, missile defense, and TC are included in the scope of this effort.

2.4    The effort detailed herein will be evolving over the course of this contract. New
technologies, capabilities and initiatives will be supported. As such, the contractor shall be
responsive to new and revised efforts.

3.0    Contractor Tasks

3.1    Command, Control, Computers, Communication, Intelligence, Surveillance and
       Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Services

3.1.1 C4ISR - The contractor shall develop and formulate comments, recommendations,
position papers, white papers, etc. related to C4ISR support for communications systems.
Considerations shall include evaluation of current threat assessments, mission requirements and
system architectures. The contractor shall review and assist in the development of documented
system interface requirements necessary to link C4ISR processing and dissemination systems
within appropriate command decision centers. Based upon defined C4ISR requirements, the
contractor shall recommend display formats (i.e. screen display) which best support decision
makers regarding the positioning, posturing, and employment of forces. Displays shall also
convey enemy actions to increase the readiness of their offensive and defense suppression forces
in the peacetime environment up to warning of impending employment. In determining
appropriate C4ISR display formats, the Contractor shall give special consideration to limitations
in human information processing, utility of information to different users during various
scenarios, and information reliability and perishability. Areas, which may impose special
requirements or restrictions on C4ISR display availability, shall also be explored. Such areas
include, but are not limited to, connectivity with mobile centers, and other strategic and theater
C4ISR systems interfaces.

3.1.2 Communications Space Control Integration, Analysis, and Training Services - The
contractor shall provide assistance in planning, analysis, development, installation, and
sustainment in support of communications space control. Service activities include, but are not




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limited to, requirements analysis, mission and operational concepts development, simulation,
modeling, exercises training, hardware and software development services, installation and
integration.

3.1.3 Intelligence Requirements - The contractor shall identify communications delivery
requirements of sources, accuracy, format, responsiveness, and timeliness of intelligence
products for current and projected foreign space defense systems and missile orders of battle,
capabilities and employment options. The contractor shall analyze the communications
requirement for continuous near real-time source data across all intelligence disciplines for
surveillance, analysis, and reporting of strategic and tactical activities and readiness. The
contractor shall identify and recommend intelligence system applications throughout
communications systems operations with a focus on the dissemination of horizontal integration
of intelligence information to joint multi-national combatant forces.

3.2    Strategic and Tactical Communications Services

3.2.1 The contractor shall service the DoD’s development and evolution of communications
initiatives. These initiatives embed communications concepts and applications across battlefield
operating systems and identify potential applications to enhance warfighting architectures and
capabilities during all phases of military operations. Services shall encompass visionary
endeavors to enhance warfighting and operational capabilities across the communications
spectrum. Architecture development, concept of engagement and operation and sustainment
shall then be developed to set the stage for doctrinal and programmatic services. The contractor
shall provide services in the conduct of performance assessments for strategic and tactical
systems. The contractor shall also provide services for the development of action plans that
apply to the development and use of strategic and tactical systems. This may include the
development of concepts and operating procedures, preparation of program documentation, and
services to training efforts. The contractor shall provide communication services in planning and
implementation activities; system operational control planning; system survivability analysis;
system engineering research; short-term engineering analyses and quick-reaction studies; and
development of decision support system concepts, simulation, and modeling.

3.2.2 The contractor shall provide services to review, comment, and update contingency plans,
implementation and operational plans. This effort may include: preparation of operational
control studies; recommending and developing management information or decision support
systems; providing integration planning and analysis; performing site surveys and host platform
studies; and developing quick-reaction studies.

3.2.3 The contractor shall provide services to analyze communication systems concepts,
architectures, plans, doctrines, and requirements studies. The contractor shall analyze
communication systems missions and mission areas as they are promulgated and provide services
to the development, maintenance, and review of requirements documents to include concept
plans, white papers, Capabilities Development Documents (CDD), Technical Requirements
Documents (TRD), Interface Control Document (ICD), Concept of Operations Plans (CONOPS),
Operational and Organizational (O&O) Plans, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Systems
Control and Operations Concepts (SCOC), and other related communications documentation.




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The contractor shall perform training (classroom, on-site, and computer based) and certification
process; address subsystem capabilities and limitations; and, develop decision support,
simulation, or modeling systems, as required by individual task orders. The contractor shall
consider intelligence threats and coordinate with integrated strategic and tactical defense plans,
and other related studies, plans and programs. The contractor shall consider all battlefield
operations, system issues in coordination with integrated strategic and tactical defense plans as
well as other related studies, plans and programs. The contractor shall collect and evaluate
historical and existing communications systems-related policies, directives, concepts, plans,
doctrine, and requirements studies. The contractor shall provide analytical services to determine
their applicability to communications systems mission and mission hierarchy. The contractor
shall condense this information and identify areas in which additional analysis is required.

3.3    System Program Services

3.3.1 The contractor shall analyze current and planned satellite communications and missile
defense system communications concepts. Plans, implementation, and operational analyses of
current and future uses and shortfalls shall also be evaluated. The contractor shall assist in
identifying and analyzing the technology needed to provide for the operational needs of the users,
advanced development and prototyping program services, and provide engineering analyses. The
contractor shall provide system survivability, performance and logistical supportability analyses;
prepare test and demonstrations plans and perform evaluations of the system demonstrations.
The contractor shall perform analyses of operational and logistic implementation for selected
research and technology programs. The contractor shall provide Independent Verification and
Validation services.

3.3.2 The contractor shall assist in the development of system acquisition documents such as
the Mission Needs Statements, CDD, Test and Evaluation Management Plan, Integrated
Logistical Support Plan, System Engineering Management Plan, and other related documents
called out in individual Task Orders. The contractor shall advise and support DoD agencies for
successful completion of major acquisition milestones such as Defense Acquisition Boards
(DAB), Army System Acquisition Review Councils (ASARC), and service comparable forums,
configuration management review boards, etc.

3.4    Mission Analyses and Architectural Planning

3.4.1 The contractor shall provide services in the areas of Strategic and Tactical Mission
Analysis for Communications Architecture Assessment. The contractor shall review mission and
planning documents (current and future) in support of specified missions, and critical
contingency, strategic and tactical systems. In addition, the contractor shall recommend
architecture design alternatives and assist in assessing the completeness of assigned system
resources.

3.4.2 The contractor shall provide services in the identification and consolidation of Unified
Combatant Commander (UCC)-specific communications requirements for command, control,
communications, navigation, surveillance, weather, situational awareness, and battle
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requirement documents, assessing specific mission areas, development of agency vision and
mission statements and make recommendations of space and other critical system utilization
strategies. The contractor shall evaluate strategic and tactical military missions to develop
operational requirements needed to support the missions.

3.4.3 The contractor shall analyze current and planned system architectural concepts for
emerging communications technologies. Plans, implementation, and operational analyses of
current and future uses and shortfalls shall be evaluated. The contractor shall provide
engineering services from the operator's or eventual user's perspective to plan for system
architectures that might benefit DoD agencies. The contractor shall participate in technical
exchange working groups and other such forums to determine methods to improve the system
architecture as well as system architectural planning and management processes. The contractor
shall assist in identifying the technology needed to provide the operational needs of the users,
advanced development and prototyping programs services, and provide short-term engineering
analyses.

3.4.4 The contractor shall evaluate short-term DoD policies and long-term DoD objectives
(such as Joint Vision 2010) and assist in development and modification of appropriate system
level policy and procedural documents.

3.5    System Engineering

3.5.1 The contractor shall provide services in the areas of interface definition, interoperability,
integration, design alternatives, functional and engineering analysis, and performance
assessments.

3.5.2 The contractor shall develop ICDs for interoperability design and assessment. Supporting
analyses shall include system-level interfaces, potential impacts to other system programs and
subsystems, and support the development of technical and cost risks (trade-off analyses).

3.5.3 The contractor shall develop simulations and models for interface definition and
interoperability assessment and support the development of an interoperability management plan.
The contractor shall compare system and subsystem functions and costs, provide transition
planning, provide test planning, perform network planning, and recommend and develop
simulation, modeling, or prototypes of decision support systems to aid in interface engineering.

3.5.4 The contractor shall monitor and support system engineering activities; review related
documentation; participate in system design concept development; develop system modification
and upgrade concepts and requirements; provide system and equipment item engineering analysis
to assess reliability, availability, maintainability, and logistical supportability. The contractor
shall provide technical assistance at Configuration Control Boards, simulation and software tests,
and other software development activities for the subsystems at operations and planning centers.
Technical service includes, but is not limited to verification, testing, and configuration
management.

3.5.5 The contractor shall perform specific system engineering studies, analyses, and




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simulations to define and optimize system and subsystem interoperability, life cycle costs,
maintenance, mission effectiveness, procurement costs, risks, and costs benefits. These studies
shall also include integration, reliability, availability, safety, vulnerability, human factors,
training, standardization, security, interface performance characteristics, and other systems
engineering considerations (e.g. engineering change proposals, drawings, and plans).

3.5.6 The contractor shall prepare technical assessments and engineering analyses to identify,
recommend, and implement resolutions of design or performance deficiencies. The contractor
shall provide system level integration test and experience plans and procedures, identify and
report deficiencies, originate reviews for operations and maintenance procedures or checklists.
The contractor shall also support hardware and software design reviews, identify, analyze, or
develop decision support, simulation, or modeling system requirements, conduct simulation and
modeling services activities, and provide engineering analyses and quick reaction studies. The
contractor shall provide system survivability analyses, analyze protocol issues associated with
network operations, assist in the development and maintenance of frequency management plans,
and assist in resource utilization analysis, develop data bases and perform data base maintenance,
and provide integrated logistical and system engineering analysis.

3.6     Operational Development and Integration Services

3.6.1 The contractor shall provide services for the development of communications systems
operational requirements. The contractor shall ensure trace-ability from top-level requirements
to appropriate system architectures and shall ensure that Command, Control, Computers,
Communication, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), services, survivability,
and sustainability operational requirements pertaining to communications are addressed. The
contractor shall provide operational services in the areas of implementation, prototyping,
installation, integration, test and acceptance for strategic, tactical, contingency and other satellite
terminal systems.

3.6.2 The contractor shall provide recommendations in the development of implementation
plans and equipment specifications, conduct of site surveys and facilities planning, development
of policies and procedures, personnel planning, logistics support planning, production, test, and
deployment planning, and, development of lesson plans.

3.6.3 The contractor shall provide recommendations in the development, planning, and
implementation of simulation, modeling, or prototypes for the following purposes: proof-of-
concepts; evaluations of software and hardware products for application to the system
architectures; evaluation of computer and facility security, and “gapfillers” for operational
deficiencies. The contractor shall develop prototypes for the development of system-level
information flow diagrams, incorporate phased system modifications, and provide
implementation program control support. The contractor shall provide recommendations for the
preparation of position papers and engineering notes addressing implementation goals,
approaches, issues, technical assessments, and program strategies.

3.6.4 The contractor shall assist in system, component, and equipment installation planning and
monitoring to ensure installation completeness and quality; assist in developing required




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documentation for installation requirements; and provide short-term system engineering analyses
and quick reaction studies.

3.6.5 The contractor shall provide services to support the definition and analysis of system
integration and installation requirements and provide recommendations in updating
specifications, preparing and maintaining an Integration Management Plan, preparing and
maintaining interface control drawings, and, reviewing integration plans and test plans and
procedures.

3.6.6 The contractor shall provide the following services: preparation and maintenance of
system test and evaluation plans; development of operational test and experiment procedures;
evaluation and test for the collection, reduction, analysis of test data; and preparation of test
reports. The contractor shall provide services in the development of automated decision support
systems, test simulation, modeling software, and test beds. The contractor shall support the
testing of system interoperability; performance of independent analyses of studies, concepts, and
reports; analysis of operational readiness assessment and logistical supportability; technical,
schedule, and cost risk assessment; assessment and development relating to enhanced test
support concepts; and proof-of-concept studies.

3.7    Operational Planning and Services

3.7.1 The contractor shall provide services in the areas of system operational evaluations and
assessments, policies and procedures, analysis of operational concepts, provide management
services, facilitate operational activation of communications services, operational capability
assessment services, software development, and provide operational training services relating to
communications operations and related operational requirements that would augment system
functions via operational or system modifications introduced in an evolutionary manner.

3.7.2 The contractor shall provide recommendations in the development and formulation of
concepts of operations for communication systems. The contractor shall analyze related policy
and treaty issues associated with these systems. The contractor shall analyze the implications of
combined Joint and Multi-Service force operations. The contractor shall define, crosswalk (e.g.
CDD to CONOPS), and analyze the operational functions required of communications systems in
the peacetime, alert, engagement, post attack assessment, and recovery and reconstitution of
operational status. Particular emphasis shall be on employment, command and control,
connectivity and sustainment. The Contractor shall perform functional analysis for developing a
concept of operation. The contractor shall recommend the concepts of operation to a level of
detail sufficient for the Government to establish preliminary system and subsystem performance
characteristics, requirements and interfaces, and to provide guidance for the development of
specific systems.

3.7.3 The contractor shall conduct system evaluations and assessments to determine if
operational requirements are being met or addressed; and review, update, and maintain existing
and developmental master plans for command, control, communications. The contractor shall
develop action plans for the development, implementation, and utilization of systems. The
contractor shall provide services for the development of simulation, modeling, or management




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information systems that could aid in operational management planning and services. The
contractor shall provide recommendations in the development of statements-of-requirement
(SOR), Required Operational Capabilities (ROC), and other operational plans; prepare program
relevant documentation; assess and participate in operational readiness assessment and logistical
supportability; provide technical, schedule, and cost risk assessment; and perform independent
analyses of studies, concepts, and reports.

3.7.4 The contractor shall identify and document system operational responsibilities, including
command and control hierarchy, command and control operations, controller position
responsibilities, control system training and responsibilities, and mission controller
responsibilities. The contractor shall develop, document, and maintain administrative and
operational policies and procedures; perform operational readiness and logistical supportability
assessments, and conduct site surveys. The contractor shall provide operational activation
analyses services, logistical planning services, operational control studies services, develop or
sustain automated decision and training support systems, simulation, and modeling studies and
software.

3.7.5 The contractor shall develop, maintain and analyze operational and system support
concepts relating to or in support of CJCS 6250.01A. The contractor shall provide
recommendations in the performance analysis of the system Tracking, Telemetry and Command
(TT&C) concepts and current implementation approaches; perform trade-off studies to determine
utility of different system alternatives. The contractor shall recommend and develop
demonstrations for the utility of space systems to combat readiness.

3.7.6 The contractor shall provide recommendations in the development, analysis, and
refinement of training programs in support of SATCOM systems detailed in individual Task
Orders. The training programs include, but are not limited to, the Command Training Program,
Command Inspection and Evaluation Program (CIEP), Computer Based Training (CBT),
Security Accreditation and Certification, DSCS Training and Evaluation Program (DTEP), and
the DSCS Certification Program (DCP).

3.7.7 The contractor shall provide services for the functions of the System Operational
Manager of military and commercial satellite systems, which includes the planning, control, and
day-to-day operations of satellite communication assets. Operational service includes operations
at remote and field sites around the world.

3.7.8 The contractor shall also provide services for major operations, systems demonstrations,
and exercises. Specific services will be defined in individual Task Orders and may include
leasing arrangements for transponder use on commercial satellites, advice and assistance in
obtaining Host Nation Agreements (HNA) and Landing Rights (LR) in other countries. In
addition, the contractor services may include the actual operations, maintenance, and manning of
communications and terminal equipment for these exercises and major operations.

3.7.9 The contractor shall provide operational services for prototypes as well as objective
systems. Services will generally be short-term in nature to provide services pending resolution of
manning issues. The contractor shall provide services for the maintenance of software designed




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to provide network control, planning and management. Software services shall be provided for
systems to include, but not limited to: DSCS Operations Control System (DOCS), Contingency
DSCS Operations Controls System (CDOCS), Objective DSCS Operations Control System
(ODOCS), Satellite Management System (SMS), AFSATCOM Measuring System (AMS), GBS
Theater Injection Point (TIP), Joint Tactical Ground Stations (JTAGS), Space-based Blue Force
Tracking (SB-BFT) Mission Management Center (MMC), et al, and other related systems. This
does not include those systems and software managed by CECOM’s Software Engineering
Center (except when specifically authorized by the contracting officer).

3.8    Rapid Prototyping, Limited Procurement, and Fielding Services

3.8.1 The contractor shall provide services for rapid prototyping of space-based and earth based
communications support equipment such as terminals, modulators, receive suites, transmitters,
antennas, routers, servers, monitoring and control systems, etc. Rapid prototyping and limited
procurement may also include system operating software and other software programs, transmit
and receive equipment, monitoring and control systems, network programs and other
communications equipment. The contractor shall conduct technology evaluations of
commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and non-developmental equipment, as well as items requiring
development.

3.8.2 The contractor shall develop system and subsystem specifications and product conceptual
design that includes engineering drawing and subsystem interfaces. The interface designs must
identify and comply with industry standards and Government standards as set forth in individual
Task Orders. The contractor shall develop necessary test plans, operating and maintenance plans,
logistical support plans, and concept of operations for the system(s) being developed for rapid
prototyping and limited production.

3.8.3 The contractor shall integrate Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) and COTS to
produce a rapid prototype that is capable of meeting requirements as set forth by the Government
in individual Task Orders. The contractor shall provide services for all required engineering,
fabrication, integration, testing, operations, maintenance, documentation, training, and logistical
support of the system or item being prototyped or procured.

3.9      Information Operations (IO) - The Contractor shall provide communications services to
accomplish any and all elements and aspects of IO. IO is defined as "Continuous military
operations within the Military Information Environment that enable, enhance, and protect the
commander's decision cycle and mission execution to achieve an information advantage across
the full range of military operations." IO identifies five primary sub-elements inherent to IO,
Operational Security (OPSEC), Electronic Warfare (EW), PSYOPS, Deception, and Destruction.
 IO includes protection of friendly information assets and denying adversaries their information
and decision systems, and conducting the full scope (offensive and defensive) of IO to achieve
information superiority to meet national and military objectives.

3.9.1 Communications Information Security and Defensive Network Operations - The
contractor shall provide information security and defensive network operations service for
systems. Services shall include threat assessments and dissemination; system vulnerability




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analysis (hardware, software, and network); intrusion, virus, security, and unauthorized system
incident response; C4I system threat emulation; ongoing analysis of information technology
security; security testing and evaluations; and risk analysis assistance to the Information Systems
Security Manager (ISSM) and Information Systems Security Office (ISSO). The contractor shall
provide services in areas of research, analysis, planning, and execution.

3.10   Software Development and Communications Services

3.10.1 The contractor shall develop, provide services, and modify automated program-support
systems to support routine, day-to-day operations and training pertaining to communications.
This includes development and modification of menus, input and query forms, reports, database
structure, and algorithms needed to meet long range plans, satellite, network, and terminal
systems requirements. All software development shall include a user’s manual as a minimum,
and any other documentation included in the specific Task Order. This may include software
source code on a case-by-case basis.

3.10.2 The contractor shall develop new software and information management systems to meet
requirements stated in individual Task Orders. Such systems shall include applications
programs, training tools, algorithms, database, satellite and terminal system models, command
and control communications models, general performance models (link budgets, networks,
orbits, etc.) rule-based expert systems, text retrieval systems, program planning tools, and in
support of presentations. All design and development shall be done on a hardware and software
suite functionally equivalent to and compatible with that of the requiring activity’s equipment.

3.10.3 Use of Commercial Software - The contractor shall consider using commercial-off-the-
shelf software or previously developed software modules to meet contract requirements. The
design and development process shall include the following areas of considerations: human
engineering (man-machine interface, ease of operator training and use, varying levels of operator
competence, and graphical interpretation); data base inputs and operational scenarios as dictated
in individual Task Orders; and the integration of functional modules, subsystems, and decision
aids to build toward a coherent system architecture.

3.11 Integrated Logistics Services - The contractor shall provide service for the development
of communications systems logistics doctrine and policy. This service may include system level
logistics planning including systems sustainability, operational effectiveness, and suitability
requirements. The contractor may be required to evaluate and analyze the impact of milestone
decisions, life cycle costs, cost and performance schedule tradeoffs, risk assessments supporting
logistic models, manpower estimates, operational and logistic concept and plans, and participate
in working groups. The contractor shall provide service for planning and conduct of C2
Simulations and participate in logistics working groups and Integrated Product Teams (IPT) as
required. This service includes coordinating Component Service logistic support and
sustainability processes.

3.12 Emerging Technologies Analysis - The contractor shall provide services for the
exploration of emerging communications technologies, which will include the capability required
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prototype or operational forms. The contractor shall conduct studies, concept definitions, system
definitions, field and lab testing, and capability assessment. The contractor shall analyze,
critique, and assess the adequacy, timeliness, and effectiveness of these emerging technologies.
The contractor shall be required to project how these emerging technologies impact the
battlefield of the future. The contractor shall be familiar with the Joint Technical Architecture
(JTA) and Army Technical Architecture (ATA). The contractor shall ensure new systems and
subsystems satisfy the requirements of the ATA for the future Army.

3.13   Facilities

3.13.1 The contractor may shall be required to provide short-term facilities to support testing,
integration, prototyping, operational support, temporary manning, conferences, etc., as identified
in individual Task Orders.

3.14   Administrative Services

3.14.1 The contractor shall provide administrative services for conferences, briefings, and
meetings. Services includes facilities, site set up, preparation of briefing material and equipment,
and any other similar services required by individual Task Orders.

3.15   Communications Education and Literacy

3.15.1 Training - The contractor shall analyze, plan, develop and conduct communications
education and training services. Services may include, but are not limited to: defining training
solutions for input into service channels for mission requirements; training operators and
Warfighters on contractor developed hardware and software systems; and recommending and
developing innovative training methodologies to include procedures and technologies necessary
to support space, missile and related systems.

3.15.2 Communications Training & Doctrine Development - The contractor shall provide
services in the training of Army Space Warriors and their integration into Force XXI and the
Army After Next. This service shall be highly influential in the development of future leaders to
understand and employ space assets in the planning of future missions.

3.16   Automated Information Systems Engineering, Certification, and Accreditation

3.16.1 Certification and Accreditation - The contractor shall provide technical and non-technical
professional expertise for DOD information technology programs to address life cycle security
from inception of the program through accreditation, and obsolescence. The contractor shall
perform this by reviewing and providing technical documentation required for the application,
system, network, and site certification and accreditation process. A multi-disciplined security
approach that includes the requirements for Information Assurance (IA), Information Security
(IS), Information Systems Security (INFOSEC), Administrative Security, Personnel Security,
Physical Security, Communications Security (COMSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), and
TEMPEST. The contractor shall perform IA Information Technology assessments of proposed
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trusted systems; identifying and assessing security requirements and deficiencies in applications,
systems, local and wide area networks (LANs and WANs) and commercial switching,
transmission and signaling networks. The contractor shall provide technical services to conduct
Certification and Accreditation (C&A) using the Defense Information Technology Security
Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP) to achieve uniform quality and a level of
consistency throughout the life cycle of DOD Automated Information System (AIS). The
contractor shall conduct reviews and provide recommendations for resolution of inconsistencies
within existing DOD C&A policies and procedures; monitor the implementation of, and
compliance with, C&A standards within DOD to ensure uniform application of the standards and
consistency in security of accredited DOD information systems; and develop risk management
guidelines.

3.16.2 Compliance Inspection and Validation - The contractor shall assist in the compliance
inspection process to ensure the established accreditation baseline is maintained. This
requirement also includes a validation process to ensure that corrections to the security baseline
are implemented and enhance the security posture.

3.16.3 Vulnerability Assessment - The contractor shall provide vulnerability assessment and
penetration testing and analysis to identify security weaknesses in the agency / department
network architecture or network segment. The contractor shall provide technical services for
advance planning to predict and detect breaches in security.

3.16.4 Requirements Services - The contractor shall provide technical services to DOD, the
Unified Commands and their subordinate Components, the DOD Services and Agencies, Federal
agencies and departments, by identifying IA requirements and specifications; participating in
staff assistance visits for data gathering, performing technical analyses, and documenting IA
requirements; conducting studies and preparing evaluations regarding the feasibility of using new
technology; and analysis of customer requirements. The contractor shall provide technical
services in assessing the Warfighters information needs and develop the required documents.
The contractor shall develop documents, training material, and attend security meetings as
required. The contractor shall base the need development on operational plans and a thorough
knowledge of the Warfighter and warfighting, as well as on the current technology.

4.0    Contractor Requirements

4.1    Contractor Personnel Requirements

4.1.1 Program Manager - The technical effort shall be under the direction and coordination of a
single Program Manager (PM) who shall be resident in the Colorado Springs, Colorado area.
The PM provides overall management of program, project, cost and budgets, personnel,
planning, quality control, direction, coordination, deliverable submissions, and reviews necessary
to assure effective contract performance (reference Appendix C, Personnel Qualifications).

4.1.2 Key Personnel and Technical Staff - The contractor's key personnel shall demonstrate
adequate levels of recent and relevant expertise required services for the tasks proposed and as
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minimum academic discipline and technical expertise delineated in Appendix C, Personnel
Qualifications.

4.2    Security Requirements

4.2.1 Personnel Security - Key personnel shall possess, as a minimum, an active TOP SECRET
clearance on the contract start date. As a minimum, the Program Manager and the Backup
Program Manager shall possess TOP SECRET / SCI and program access clearances or be
eligible for immediate adjudication by the cognizant security authority upon award of the
contract. Personnel security requirements will be identified in individual task orders. Access to
Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and program access may be required.
Developmental work for emerging communications architectures shall be performed under this
SOW. As this is an Army contract, all security transactions (i.e., security clearances, visit
requests) shall be processed using the Army Contractor Automatic Verification System
(ACAVS). Additional instructions for registration and utilizing the ACAVS System will be
provided to the contractor. The requirement, justification and number of billets shall be specified
in individual task orders. Appropriate justification shall be established through Program
Managers from supported programs. Requirements for TOP SECRET / SCI / SI / TK / B and
program access personnel shall require coordination between the contractor, COMETS
customers, SMDC G2 Security, the PM / COR and the Contracting Officer.

4.2.2 Government Facility Access - Upon contract start, the contractor shall provide personnel
with the appropriate TOP SECRET clearances required to access: USSTRATCOM (Building
1470), USNORTHCOM (Building 2), USASMDC (Building 3), and AFSPC (Building 1) at
Peterson AFB, Colorado; Schriever AFB, Colorado; and NETWARCOM at Dahlgren, Virginia.
The Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) shall appraise the contractor of any increased
security requirements. The contractor shall submit adequate clearance packages within ten (10)
calendar days of identification of increased security requirements. Specific contractor security
access requirements are outlined in the Contract Security Classification Specification, DD Form
254.

4.2.3 On-Site / Lease / Rental of Facilities - The contractor shall establish and maintain a TOP
SECRET classified facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado and maintain procedures for receipt,
storage, and generation of classified material, up to and including SECRET, in accordance with
the security programs such as the DoD Industrial Security Manual (DoD 5220.22-M), the DD
Form 254, and appropriate security instructions or guidelines.

4.2.4 Classified Storage - The contractor shall provide containers for storage of classified
material (up to the SECRET level) that shall, as a minimum, have 24 linear feet of hard copy data
(approximately 6 drawers) and 10 linear feet of automated media (computer capacity). Data to
be stored shall fit in these storage containers unless otherwise detailed in task order(s). The
Government shall provide limited SCI storage.

4.2.5 COMSEC Accounts - No classified or communications security (COMSEC) information
shall be sent to or stored at the facility before it has been granted a facility clearance and storage
capability defined by the Defense Security Service (DSS). The DD Form 254 shall contain a




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requirement for a COMSEC Account and individual requirements shall be identified at the task
order level.

4.2.6 Special Compartment Information Facility (SCIF)

4.2.6.1 As identified in individual tasks, the Government may provide limited temporary work
area to contractor personnel on an as needed basis at government SCIFs or work locations.
Storage space, electronic SCI messages service, and SCI billet indoctrination services may be
provided.

4.2.6.2 The contractor may be required to have a SCIF or dedicated access to SCIF, exclusive of
the Government provided SCIF access. Requirement for a SCIF will be identified six (6) months
prior to the need or activation date. Some Intelligence and Technology tasks may require storage
of information and work at the SCI level. The contractor shall provide facilities for personnel
and equipment predominately involved in the downgrading and processing of classified data
when specified in a Task Order.

4.2.7 Other Security Considerations - If required, any other special security requirements will
be addressed in individual task orders.

4.3    Data Storage and Dissemination

4.3.1 Deliverable and Data Storage - The contractor shall provide a digital storage capability, at
the contractor facility, through which the Government shall access all COMETS related
information and CDRL’s. The contractor shall provide a “front end” through which the
Government shall access the server via an Intranet with appropriate login procedures.

4.3.2 Access - The server shall be capable of partitioning with different levels of access. The
COMETS Contracting Officer and PM/COR shall have unrestricted access to all contract data.
Technical Monitors shall have unrestricted access to all of their respective task order data.
Access to generic contract information, instructional products, and task order formats / templates
shall be available to all. The Contracting Officer, PM/COR and Technical Monitors shall have
the ability to upload and download data items from any folder for which they’ve been provided
access.

4.3.3 Master List and Information Sharing – The contractor shall maintain a database report of
all postings, by task order number, subject or title, and date. The Master List shall be available to
the Contracting Officer, PM/COR and Technical Monitors. Users shall have the ability to
perform a keyword search on the list. The sharing of information between Technical Monitors
shall be facilitated by the PM/COR. Individual task order folders shall have a folder designated
as an In-Box, where the PM/COR may distribute shared information and products.

4.3.4 Structure - The “front end” shall provide COMETS points of contact (Government and
relevant contractor) and General Instructions. The contractor shall provide a Contract
Management / Administration folder for correspondence and the dissemination of contract level
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Program scheduling, Program Management Reports, Monthly Performance & Cost Reports and
all other data / information deemed beneficial shall be maintained.

4.3.5 E-mail Capability - Electronic mail shall be the primary form of communications and
tasking. The contractor shall have e-mail capability upon award of the contract. As contract
information, task orders or deliverables are posted to the server; an automated e-mail capability
shall notify the appropriate Government personnel that a modified and / or additional product has
been provided to a folder for which they are responsible. The Contracting Officer and PM/COR
shall be notified of all postings. Technical Monitors shall be notified when postings are made to
their respective task order folders.

4.3.6 Maintenance - The server shall be available to the Government at all times. The
contractor shall obtain pre-approval from the Government prior to taking the system off line for
required maintenance or problem resolution.

4.3.7 End of Contract – The contractor shall turn over all COMETS data and storage media to
the Contracting Officer at the conclusion of the contract.

5.0       Contractor Responsibilities

5.1     Place of Performance - Upon award of the contract, a principle place of performance shall
be established and supported in Colorado Springs, Colorado to provide responsive technical
services to USASMDC, AFSPC, and USSTRATCOM. Additional locations shall be set forth in
individual Task Orders. Other areas of performance may include, but are not limited to:
Washington, DC area; Los Angeles, CA area; Ft. Huachuca, AZ; Ft. Meade, MD; Ft. Detrick,
MD; Landstuhl, FRG; Vaihingen, FRG; Camp Roberts, CA; Ft. Buckner, JA; Offutt AFB, NE;
Wheeler Army Air Field, HI; MacDill AFB, FL; Fort Monmouth, NJ; and, Ft. Gordon, GA;
Dahlgren, VA; Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Wahiawa, HI; and potentially Naples, Italy, SWA
and Bahrain. Responsive contractor technical services includes the ability to:

         Provide timely task performance and product delivery.

         Quickly react to operational difficulties, assess the situation and quickly incorporate
          required changes into on going contractor tasks.

         Attend short-notice meetings anywhere in CONUS.

5.2    Government and Contractor Interface Location - To facilitate exchanges between the
contractor and the Government, the contractor shall provide conference facilities, accredited to
the SECRET collateral level, in Colorado Springs, CO. capable of accommodating up to 50
people. An Unclassified VTC capability shall be desirable. The VTC equipment shall not be
GFE. The use of this facility typically will average no more than four times a month.

5.3     Contractor Resource Scheduling - The contractor shall ensure adequate technical
expertise is available to provide responses to specific tasks based on a normal 40-hour
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"impacts" shall be so managed to maintain schedule requirements of all task orders. During key
events and to provide services for operational missions, contractor services may be required for
up to and include 24 hours per day, 7 days per week (including holidays) as set forth in individual
Task Orders.

5.4     Security - The contractor shall perform in accordance with the DoD Industrial Security
Manual (DoD 5220.22M) and ensure that classified material is handled in accordance with the
latest appropriate security classification specifications. Specific clearance requirements shall be
further defined in the DD 254 and specifics will be addressed in individual Task Orders.

5.5     Travel - The contractor shall perform temporary duty (TDY) non-local travel (both
CONUS and OCONUS), as required by the contract and as stated in individual task orders during
the performance of this SOW. TDY locations may include tactical environments such as field
exercises and peacekeeping, operations other than war, war and other contingencies in Theaters
of Operation. Individual task orders will clearly define known requirements. The contractor
shall submit all travel requests, security clearance information and need-to-know certification to
the Government Technical Representative for approval, at least two weeks prior to the date the
required travel is to begin. Emergency (last minute) travel requirements shall be coordinated as
above by telephone or fax, if necessary.

5.6    Documents and Graphics

5.6.1 Documentation - Documentation developed under this contract shall be delivered as
specified in individual Task Orders. Individual Task Orders will indicate the media type and
quantity of copies; however, the contractor shall possess the capability to deliver automated data
in Microsoft Office applications. Delivery will typically be required in (1) draft via Intranet with
e-mail notification of placement on the Internet website, (2) in hard copy, (3) electronic media,
and (4) CDs.

5.6.2 Documentation and Data - The contractor shall obtain, store, maintain and reproduce the
required technical data and applicable documents, plans, regulations, specifications, and other
pertinent data as appropriate for the purpose of fulfilling the tasks described in the SOW. When
appropriate channels or procedures exist, the contractor shall acquire directly the above
information. The contractor shall obtain other documents and data pertinent to the specified
tasks from non-governmental sources, as appropriate, to ensure comprehensive analyses, so that
contractor analyses are not limited by the documentation specified by the government. The
contractor shall provide the Government or other agencies, as approved by the COR, access to
any and all program information and data prepared or obtained as part of this contract or in
services provided to any tasking of this SOW. The contractor shall store, catalog, and archive all
information and data obtained or created in while proving services under this SOW. Upon
completion or termination of the contract, the contractor will submit to the Government, in an
optical or magnetic format acceptable to the Government, any and all information,
documentation, and data obtained or created in providing services under this SOW to become
and remain the property of the Government.

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reproduction, and printed media products in order to provide timely response for reports, studies,
briefings, and meetings as required by this SOW. The Contractor shall develop and produce
graphics products in accordance with Paragraph 8.3, Additional and Quick Response Services, of
the Task Orders or as directed by the Technical Monitor. All products shall be delivered with
appropriate security classification and labeling.

5.7     Meetings and Briefings - The contractor shall participate in Technical Interchange
Meetings (TIM) to be scheduled by the contractor or upon request of the Technical
Representatives or COR to discuss and informally evaluate contractor efforts and
accomplishments in direct relation to specific Task Order. During these meetings, the contractor
shall present necessary data to enable a joint review of assigned tasks, schedules, and resource
expenditures. The contractor shall present and participate in technical discussions and shall
inform the COR of any problems with contract execution and any proposed solutions.

5.7.1 The contractor shall schedule and conduct Program Management Review (PMR)
meetings as coordinated with the COR, typically semi-annually.

5.7.2 The contractor shall provide technical orientation briefings. Briefings shall be scheduled
by the COR at least seven (7) calendar days in advance whenever possible. The COR shall
specify briefing contents, number of handouts required and approve the final briefing.

5.7.3 The contractor shall provide administrative services to briefings, meetings and
conferences as stated in each individual task order. Meeting and conference minutes shall be in
accordance with CDRL A004.

5.8     Deliverables - Deliverables shall be as stated in each individual delivery or task order and
as follows:

5.8.1 The contractor shall provide Technical Submissions and / or Reports (CDRL A001).
These submissions may include but are not limited to: White Papers, CONOPs, MNS, ORDs,
Concept Papers, Software and Hardware Design Documents, Software Code, Algorithms, Design
Drawings, As-Built Drawings, Engineering Analyses and Assessments, Test Plans and Reports,
Manuals, Configuration Management documentation GFE Reports, Interface Control
Documents, and Prototype Hardware & Systems, etc., as set forth in individual Task Orders.

5.8.2 The contractor shall provide a Monthly Performance and Cost Report (CDRL A002).

5.8.3 The contractor shall provide presentation material (Briefing Support Material and
Agendas) (CDRL A003).

5.8.4 The contractor shall provide Meeting and Conference Minutes (CDRL A004).

5.8.5   The contractor shall provide Systems, Software Products and Prototypes (CDRL A005).

5.9    Additional and Quick-Response Services - The highly dynamic nature of communications
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requirements identified in this Statement of Work to be accelerated and services provided on a
moment’s notice in order to meet the needs of the Government. The contractor may be required
to provide quick response deliverables and respond to additional or quick response taskings.
This may require document reviews and the preparation of technical, procedural, conceptual, and
information papers or briefings with minimal notice. Additionally, the contractor may be
required to provide technical services in the form of working group, meeting, and conference
attendance with minimal notice.

6.0    Publications

6.1     Records, Files, Documents and Working Papers - All records, files, documents, and
working papers provided by the Government, generated by the Government, or generated for the
Government in performance of this SOW shall be and shall remain Government property and
shall be maintained and disposed of in accordance with the Contracting Officer's instructions.

6.2      Applicable Documents, Regulations, Manuals and Forms - Documents applicable to this
SOW are listed in Appendix D. It is the responsibility of the COR to provide changes to the
contractor. Supplements and amendments to mandatory publications shall be considered to be in
full force and effective immediately upon receipt by the contractor. It is the contractor's
responsibility to insure that all mandatory publications are posted and up to date. Upon
completion of the contract all publications shall be returned to the COR. Unless specific issue
date is indicated, the issue in effect on the date of this SOW shall apply. All publications and
documents listed are required unless superseded by a new publication or rescinded during the life
of the contract. The documents listed in Appendix D are not considered all inclusive. Task
Orders shall contain additional publications and documents, as applicable. In the event of
conflict between this SOW and any document referred to herein, the requirements of the SO of
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                                              APPENDIX A

                  GENERAL SYSTEM AND SUBSYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS

ADVANCED EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCY (AEHF): The Advanced EHF program
provides the follow-on capability to the Milstar satellite program. It provides the basis for the
next generation military communications satellite system, for survivable, jam-resistant,
worldwide, secure, communications for the strategic and tactical warfighter.

ADVANCED WIDEBAND SYSTEM (AWS): Planned follow-on for the Interim Wideband
System (IWS), which consists of DSCS, GBS Phase II, and WGS.

AIR FORCE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (AFSATCOM): Provides
channeled, low-data-rate Teletype communications for Emergency Action Message (EAM)
dissemination, Combatant Commander, Force Direction and Force Report Back. AFSATCOM
has no dedicated satellites; it uses UHF transponders on host satellites.

AIR FORCE SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (AFSCN): The AFSCN consists of Mission
Control Centers, scheduling, and command and control centers at Schriever AFB, CO and
Onizuka AFB, CA, and the remote tracking stations around the world.

BEYOND-LINE-OF-SIGHT: Communications required to extend over-the-horizon, or beyond
the propagation range of line-of-sight (space) radio waves.

COMMERCIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Any commercial means available to demonstrate the
utility of sharing or purchasing time on commercial communications satellites.

COMMERCIAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS: The satellite communications resources
provided by commercial entities using commercial frequencies.

COMMERCIAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS INITITIVE (CSCI): A Defense
Information Systems Agency (DISA) led program designed to provide cost savings to the DoD
by allowing the aggregation of general-purpose operational requirements in order to obtain bulk
discounts on commercial satellite usage.

COMMON NETWORK PLANNING SOFTWARE (CNPS): The CNPS will provide the
capability to efficiently plan the use of satellite communication resources for wideband
communications satellites. The CNPS will Use generic satellite communications models and
algorithms that can be configured by the user to model actual equipment for planning networks
using a variety of satellites, modems, and waveforms today or planned for the near future.

CONTROL SEGMENT: DISA exercises operational direction of the DSCS through the DOCC,
as will SMDC for the WGS. The DOCS subsystem of the DOCC consists of a hierarchy of
control elements that are responsible for the control of communications. Using inherent
computational facilities, the DOCS provide near real-time control to ensure efficient transponder
use and rapid satellite reconfiguration to meet user requirements. The control concept specifies




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the major control categories as satellite control, communications payload control, and SATCOM
network control.

DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAM (DMSP): The DMSP provides
military users with timely, global meteorological data. The space segment consists of satellites in
a 450-mile sun-synchronous near-polar orbit. Satellite borne sensors scan a 1600 NM wide
swath on each pass and provide real-time imagery and mission sensor data to tactical users. The
same data, stored in satellite tape recorders, are accessed each orbit by strategic users. The
primary sensor provides global cloud imagery in the visible and infrared spectral regions, day or
night. Other sensors measure temperature, water vapor, aurora effects, ocean surface wind speed,
ice coverage, areas and intensity of precipitation, cloud water content and land surface moisture.

DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (DSCS): The only high capacity,
worldwide, and Government-owned, operated and maintained communications system available
to the DoD. DSCS is designed to provide vital Command, Control, Communications,
Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) services by means of satellite to the United States and Allied
Forces throughout the world.

DSCS EARTH SEGMENT: The DSCS earth segment consists of a network of earth terminals
operating in a multipoint, multi-carrier network configuration for each satellite. DSCS earth
terminals are categorized as fixed, transportable, and mobile equipment. They are further
categorized as DSCS standard heavy, medium, light and other terminals. Other terminals include
DSCS-GMF, airborne, ship borne, and DTS terminals. Current and proposed earth terminal
configurations, as well as summarized earth terminal data, are contained in the DISA Program
Plan for the DSCS. Additional details of terminal equipment are found in the various terminal
operator and organizational technical manuals and in the DISA Satellite Communications
Reference Handbook.

DSCS INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (DIMS): The primary objective of the
DIMS is to simplify network management tasks by providing an integrated system that manages
database distribution to the DSCS Operations Control System (DOCS) and ODOCS subsystems
and summarizes monitoring information from DOCS and ODOCS subsystems. The DIMS is
also capable of various levels of data correlation that provide DSCS network managers and
controllers with new information views not available on any one subsystem.

DSCS OPERATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEM (DOCS): The DOCS provides control over all
elements of the DSCS in response to the DISA direction. Each DOCS control facility is located
at a DSCSOC. The DSCSOC is the focal point for network control actions to conduct satellite
command and telemetry functions, network monitoring, and earth terminal control. The
DISANMOC and DISAACOCs provide the Worldwide and Theater management control
commands to the Satellite Control Manager at the DSCSOC. The DSCSOC, through the earth
terminal interface, controls the day-to-day operation of the DSCS communication system.

DSCS SERVICE LIFE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (SLEP): A modification to the last four
DSCS III satellites that extends the service life from 8 to 10 years. It will also significantly
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increase the data throughput.

DSCS SPACE SEGMENT: The DSCS space segment consists of the DSCS III satellites in a
constellation that is configured for operation to provide maximum mission support. The DSCS
III satellite system is designed for effective implementation of a worldwide military
communication system. The DSCS III system provides protected communication services.

EHF PROTECTED NETWORK OPERATIONAL MANAGER (NOM): The mission of the
EHF NOM is to operationalize EHF MILSATCOM into the Army as the single point of contact
between Army Forces, the SATCOM Operational Manager (SOM), and the EHF SATCOM
System Experts (SSE).

FAMILY-OF-SYSTEMS: A set or arrangement of independent systems that can be arranged or
interconnected in various ways to provide different capabilities. The mix of systems can be
tailored to provide desired capabilities dependent on the situation.

FLEET SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (FLTSATCOM): Serves Navy surface ships,
submarines, aircraft, and shore stations. FLTSATCOM share three FLTSATCOM satellites in
synchronous equatorial orbits with AFSATCOM.

GAPFILLER SATELLITE CONFIGURATION CONTROL ELEMENT (GSCCE): The WGS
primary payload control system element of the control segment is referred to as the Gapfiller
Satellite Configuration Control Element, or GSCCE. This element will also serve as a backup
for some platform control functions. It is a hardware and software subsystem of the Objective
DSCS Operations Control System (ODOCS) and is contained within a Wideband SATCOM
Operations Center (WSOC).

GLOBAL BROADCAST SYSTEM (GBS): A wideband broadcast satellite system designed to
pass significant amounts of data to multiple small receive-only terminals. GBS is a DoD
program currently in Phase II, which entails GBS transponders on 3 UFO satellites and lease of
commercial transponders for CONUS coverage.

GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID (GIG): The globally interconnected, end-to-end set of
information capabilities, associated processes, and personnel for collecting, processing, storing,
disseminating and managing information on demand to warfighters, policy makers, and support
personnel. The GIG includes all owned and leased communications and computing systems and
services, software (including applications), data, security services, and other associated services
necessary to achieve Information Superiority. It also includes National Security Systems as
defined in section 5142 of the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996. The GIG supports all DOD, National
Security, and related Intelligence Community missions and functions (strategic, operational,
tactical and business), in war and in peace. The GIG provides capabilities from all operating
locations (bases, posts, camps, stations, facilities, mobile platforms, and deployed sites). The
GIG provides interfaces to coalition, allied, and non-DOD users and systems.

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS): GPS is a satellite-based navigation system that
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Demonstration projects relate to exploitation of the NAVSTAR GPS constellation. Initiatives
include integration of GPS receivers with tactical communications devices and spatial databases.

GLOBAL SATCOM SUPPORT CENTER (GSSC): The integrated SATCOM support center
responsible for system level global SATCOM resource management and constellation
configuration management.

GLOBAL TERRESTRIAL CRITICAL CONTROL CIRCUIT SYSTEM (GTC3S): The GTC3S
will provide a secure communications capability that will allow the Wideband SATCOM
management, planning, and control elements to use capabilities of Microsoft Outlook ®. It will
also allow Wideband SATCOM earth terminals to communicate with management and control
elements.

GROUND MOBILE FORCES SATELLITE CONTROL (GMFSC): The GMF is one of the
special user sub-networks within the DSCS. The GMF Manager provides operational direction
through a Network Control Terminal to the GMF sub-networks.

INTEGRATED MONITORING AND POWER CONTROL SUBSYSTEM (IMPCS): IMPCS
shall provide positive control of DoD, Allied, and Government C-, X-, Ku-, and Ka-Band Super
High Frequency (SHF) FDMA satellite communications links accessing the DSCS, WGS, Allied,
and Government-leased commercial satellite transponders according to predefined network plans
provided to IMPCS. IMPCS will perform power control on links under its purview, thus
ensuring efficient use of transponder power while maintaining the required quality of service.

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SATELLITE (INMARSAT): Systems that are user-owned and
operated man-portable commercial satellite telephones. These terminals allow the user to make
international commercial telephone calls and pass data. When secured by STU-III’s,
INMARSATs are excellent for high priority medical, administrative, and logistical
communications, especially early in the operations.

INTEROPERABILITY:
    The ability of systems, units, or forces to provide services to and accept services from
     other systems, units, or forces and to use the services so exchanged to enable them to
     operate effectively together.
    The condition achieved among communications-electronics systems or items of
     communications-electronics equipment when information or services can be exchanged
     directly and satisfactorily between them or their users.

LEASED SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (LEASAT): Leased commercial facilities
specifically applied to the tactical satellite system for FLTSATCOM. LEASAT primarily serves
the Navy, plus Air Force and ground forces mobile users. FLTSATCOM terminal assets are used
with LEASAT. The LEASAT is a dual-spin UHF satellite designed by Hughes.

MICROSATS: Bent-pipe or store-and-forward communications satellite in low earth orbit.

MILITARY SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (MILSATCOM): The satellite




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communications resources that are owned and operated by DOD primarily in the government
frequency bands.

MILSTAR: MILSTAR is a Joint Service satellite communications system designed to provide
worldwide connectivity of strategic and tactical forces throughout all levels of conflict. The
system was designed to provide secure, robust communications with anti-jam (AJ), low
probability of intercept (LPI), and low probability of detection (LPD) capabilities. Operation in
the extremely high frequency (EHF) band provides highly directional antenna patterns and
improved signal propagation in nuclear disturbed environments giving MILSTAR AJ and LPI
characteristics. MILSTAR also uses several complex signal-processing algorithms and
frequency hopping techniques to provide transmission security.

MOBILE SATELLITE SERVICES (MSS): A satellite-based commercial communications
service providing digital voice, data, paging, and fax services to users equipped with small
terminals. The DoD-enhanced MSS system is limited to a fixed DoD gateway, located in
Hawaii, utilizing the commercial Iridium constellation of 66 cross-linked, Low Earth Orbit
(LEO) satellites to achieve user access globally. There are other MSS systems the DoD may use
although security becomes a concern.

MULTIPLE ACCESS COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE (MACSAT): The two MACSAT
spacecraft are third generation DSI digital communications satellites designed to demonstrate
tactical UHF voice, data, fax and video store and forward capabilities for the U. S. military.
Scout launched, digital store-and-forward satellite in low earth orbit.

OBJECTIVE DSCS OPERATIONS CONTROL SYSTEM NETWORK (ODOCSnet): The
ODOCSnet is a Wide Area Network (WAN) consisting of dedicated encrypted circuits that are
used to support Wideband Satellite Communications (SATCOM) management, planning, and
control.

PROTECTED COMMUNICATIONS: The protection provided by a SATCOM system is
defined as the system ability to avoid, prevent, negate, or mitigate degradation, disruption, denial,
unauthorized access, or exploitation of communications services by adversaries or the
environment.

REGIONAL SATCOM SUPPORT CENTER: The regional SATCOM support centers that
provide the day-to-day operational management of SATCOM resources in support of designated
combatant commands, Services, and Defense agencies and other users.

REPLACEMENT SATELLITE CONFIGURATION CONTROL ELEMENT (RSCCE): The
RSCCE, part of the Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS), is a ground-based
satellite command and telemetry processing system.

SATCOM SYSTEM EXPERT (SSE): The component or designated organization responsible
for providing the technical planning and functions in support of the operational management of a
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SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SATCOM): The term SATCOM includes military satellite
communications, and DOD use of commercial, allied, and civil satellite communications.

SATELLITE CONTROL (SATCON): The term SATCON encompasses spacecraft station
keeping, stabilization, maneuvering and repositioning, anomaly resolution, tracking, telemetry,
commanding, and ephemeris generation.

SATCOM OPERATIONAL MANAGER (SOM): The organization responsible for day-to-day
operations and resource management of SATCOM systems. Primary responsibility is
maximizing system efficiency to support user requirements.

SPECTRUM CERTIFICATION: The process by which development or procurement of
communication-electronics systems, including all systems employing satellite techniques, will be
reviewed and certified for system compliance with spectrum management policy, allocations,
regulations, and technical standards to ensure that radio frequency spectrum is available.
Additionally, the predicted degree of electromagnetic compatibility between the proposed system
and other spectrum dependent systems and the possible need for and evaluation of the results of
prototype electromagnetic compatibility testing will be determined.

TACSATS: TACSATS was designed as a complementary function to strategic satellites,
specifically for operation with small land-mobile, airborne, or ship borne tactical terminals.
Operation is in the UHF frequency band.

UHF FOLLOW-ON (UFO): UFO will provide satellites to replace the Navy's FLTSATCOM
and LEASAT UHF satellites. Eight satellites make up the constellation plus one orbiting spare is
used in a combination of both UHF and EHF subsystems compatible to MILSTAR.

UHF NARROWBAND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT OFFICE (OSO): The UHF OSO provides
planning & training support, operational implementation assistance, procedures development,
and requirements advocacy to Army and Joint Warfighters for existing and emerging UHF
SATCOM systems.

WIDEBAND COMMUNICATIONS: High-capacity circuits and networks in excess of 128
Kbps.

WIDEBAND EARTH SEGMENT: The Wideband earth segment consists of a network of earth
terminals operating in a multipoint, multi-carrier network configuration for each satellite. X and
Ka-Band earth terminals are categorized as fixed, transportable, and mobile equipment. They are
further categorized as DSCS standard heavy, medium, light and other terminals. Other terminals
include GMF, airborne, ship borne, and DTS terminals. Current and proposed earth terminal
configurations, as well as summarized earth terminal data, are contained in the DISA Program
Plan for the DSCS. Additional details of terminal equipment are found in the various terminal
operator and organizational technical manuals and in the DISA Satellite Communications
Reference Handbook.

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communications system designed to support the warfighter with newer and far greater
capabilities than those provided by current systems, yet it is compatible with existing control
systems and terminals. WGS will provide two-way X-band and Ka-band communications as
well as Ka-band broadcast services to U.S. Armed Forces and other agencies worldwide. WGS
combines unique commercial spacecraft capabilities that Boeing has developed, including phased
array antennas and digital signal processing technology, into a powerful, flexible architecture.

WIDEBAND SATCOM OPERATIONS SYSTEM (WSOC): The only high capacity,
worldwide, and Government-owned, operated and maintained communications system available
to the DoD. Wideband satellites are designed to provide vital Command, Control,
Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) services by means of satellite to the United
States and Allied Forces throughout the world.

                                        APPENDIX B

                    ACRONYMS, ABBREVIATIONS, and DEFINITIONS

ACTS                  Advanced Communications Technology Satellite
ADP                   Automatic Data Processing
AFB                   Air Force Base
AFSCN                 Air Force Satellite Control Network
AFSPC                 Air Force Space Command
AJ                    Anti-jam
AMS                   AFSATCOM Measuring System
AOO                   Area of Operations
AOR                  Area of Responsibility
ASD(C3I)             Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications and
                     Intelligence)
ATA                  Army Technical Architecture
BMDO                 Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
C2                    Command and Control
C3                    Command, Control, and Communications
C3 I                  Command, Control, Communications and Information
C4                   Command, Control, Communications and Computers
C4ISR                 Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence,
                      Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
C4ISP                 Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence,
                      Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Support Plan
CBT                   Computer Based Training
CDD                   Capabilities Development Documents
CDRL                  Contract Data Requirements List
CDOCS                 Contingency DSCS Operational Control System
CECOM                 Communications Electronics Command
CIEP                  Command Inspection and Evaluation Program
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CJCSI       Commander Joint Chief of Staff Instruction
CJTF        Commander Joint Task Force
CO          Contracting Officer
COMETS      C4ISR Operational Management, Engineering and Technical Services
CONOPS      Concept of Operations
CONPLAN     Contingency Plan
COR         Contracting Officer's Representative
COTR        Contracting Officer's Technical Representative
COTS        Commercial-Off-the-Shelf
CQAE        Chief Quality Assurance Evaluator
DARPA       Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DCF         DSCS Control Facility
DCO         Director of Contracting
DCP         DSCS Certification Program
DCS         Defense Communications System
DCSOPS      Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations
DD          Department of Defense (Form only)
DSS         Defense Security Service
DI          Data Item
DID         Data Item Description
DISA        Defense Information Systems Agency (formerly DCA)
DITSCAP     Defense Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation
            Process
DMSP        Defense Meteorological Satellite Program
DOCS        DSCS Operational Control System
DOD         Department of Defense
DSCS        Defense Satellite Communications System
DSCSOC      DSCS Operational Center
DT&E        Development Test & Evaluation
DTEP        DSCS Training and Evaluation Program
EHF         Extremely High Frequency
EW          Electronic Warfare
FEP         FLTSATCOM EHF Package
FLTSATCOM   Fleet Satellite Communications System
FOIA        Freedom of Information Act
GFI         Government Furnished Information
GFE         Government Furnished Equipment
GMF         Ground Mobile Forces
GMFSC       Ground Mobile Forces Satellite Control
GPS         Global Positioning System
HQDA        Headquarters, Department of the Army
HNA         Host Nation Agreements
IAW         In Accordance With
ICD         Interface Control Document
ILSP        Integrated Logistics Support Plan
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IPT         Integrated Product Team
INMARSAT    International Maritime Satellite
IO          Information Operations
ISSM        Information Systems Security Manager
ISSO        Information Systems Security Office
LPD         Low Probability of Detection
LPI         Low Probability of Intercept
JCS         Joint Chiefs of Staff
JPO         Joint Program Office
JTA         Joint Technical Architecture
JTAGS       Joint Tactical Ground Stations
LEASAT      Leased Satellite Communications
LR          Landing Rights
MCCC        Mobile Consolidated Command Center
MGT         Mobile Ground Terminal
MILSATCOM   Military Satellite Communications
MJCS        Memorandum of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
MMC         Mission Management Center
MNS         Mission Need Statement
NNWC        Naval Network Warfare Command
NRL         Naval Research Laboratory
NCA         National Command Authority
NDS         Nuclear Detection System
NORAD       North American Aerospace Defense Command
O&O         Operational and Organizational
ODOCS       Objective DSCS Operations Control System
OPLAN       Operations Plan
OPORD       Operations Order
OPSEC       Operations Security
ORD         Operational Requirements Document
OSD         Office of the Secretary of Defense
OT&E        Operational Test & Evaluation
PEO         Program Executive Offices
PM          Program Manager
PM DCATS    PM, Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems
PO          Project Officer
PMR         Program Management Review
ROC         Required Operational Capability
RSSC        Regional Space Support Center
SATCOM      Satellite Communications
SATCON      Satellite Control
SB-BFT      Space-based Blue Force Tracking
SCG         Security Classification Guide
SCI         Sensitive Compartmented Information
SETA        Scientific, Engineering, and Technical Assistance
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SMC                   Satellite Management Center
SMS                   Satellite Management System
SON                   Statement of Need
SOP                   Standard Operating Procedure
SOR                   Statement of Requirements
SOW                   Statement of Work
TACSAT                Tactical Satellite
TC                    Transformational Communications
TDY                   Temporary Duty
TIM                   Technical Interchange Meeting
TIP                   Theater Injection Point
TNSS                  Technical and Non-technical Support Service
TO                    Task Order
TOP                   Task Order Plan
TR                    Technical Report
TR                    Technical Representative
TRANSEC               Transmission Security
TRD                   Technical Requirements Documents
TS                    Top Secret
TSS                   Technical Support Services
TT&C                  Tracking, Telemetry, and Command
UCC                   Unified Combatant Commander
UFO                   UHF Follow-On
UHF                   Ultra High Frequency
USASMDC               United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command
USARSPACE             United States Army Space Command
USSTRATCOM            United States Strategic Command
WSOC                  Wideband SATCOM Operational Center

                                         DEFINITIONS

The following definitions have explicit meaning within this Statement of Work:

1.     Automated Information Systems - Equipment that utilizes or stores memory. Examples
include micro, mini, personal and mainframe computers and peripherals, word processors,
decollators and memory storing typewriters.

2.      Contracting Officer - A person by virtue of his or her position and appointment that has
the authority to enter into and administer contracts and make determinations and findings with
respect thereto. The Contracting Officer is the only person with authority to make changes to the
contract, to include issuance of delivery and task orders or bind the Government contractually or
in any other manner.

3.     Contracting Officers Representative - The official Government representative concerning
matters pertaining to quality assurance and technical portions of the contract administration
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4.     Contracting Officer's Representative for Industrial Security - The individual delegated to
oversee and address all issues pertaining to contract security.

5.      Technical Monitor or Technical Representative - The Government individual delegated
responsibility for monitoring and coordination regarding the contractors’ technical performance
of task orders. The technical representative performs Industrial Security Functions such as
preparation of DD Form 254, Verification of the contractor’s visit and retention requests, and
approval of contractors’ Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) requests. The technical
representative reports to the Contracting Officer's Representative for Industrial Security.

6.      Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) - All information and material that requires
special controls for restricted handling within compartmented intelligence systems and for which
compartmentation is established

                                          APPENDIX C

                           PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS GUIDE

1.0    General Qualification Requirements: The following shall be applied in conjunction with
Special Provision H-6.

1.1     The following personnel qualification requirements are applicable during the solicitation
phase of this acquisition, during evaluation of Task Order Plans (TOPs) Statement of Work
(SOW), and will follow throughout the life of the contract. This guide will be used to evaluate
the relevance, suitability, education, and expertise of the personnel proposed. Labor categories
(e.g. Senior Systems Engineer) will track to those set forth in Section J, Attachments 7 and 9.
These categories are based upon historical contracts and the GSA Schedule. However, each
offeror shall make required corrections to bring the labor categories in-line with their own
internal job classification standards. Although the labor category may change, the qualification
requirements shall not. The Government may allow substitution of experience for education,
education for experience and accept other qualifications that clearly demonstrate appropriate
knowledge, skills, education and experience to meet the personnel qualification standards set
forth herein when it is determined by the Government to be in the Government’s best interest.
The offeror shall clearly demonstrate that any personnel not meeting the stated minimum
qualification standards meet the intent of these qualifications and possess the requisite
capabilities to fulfill the areas of services proposed under. The offeror shall include a crosswalk
between the labor categories set forth herein and their own internal labor categories in both the
Personnel and Staffing section of the proposal, and in the cost proposal. Failure to include a
clear crosswalk may cause the proposal to be downgraded.

1.2     The contractor shall propose personnel that possess recent (within the past 24 months)
and relevant experience for each area listed in Section 3 of the Statement of Work. All
contractor personnel assigned to the tasks listed in Section 3 of this SOW shall meet education
and experience requirements delineated below. The Government will evaluate the ability and
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herein as a guide. It is incumbent upon the contractor to clearly demonstrate the value of
employing the individual for the task proposed to include risks, risk mitigation, technology
considerations, education, experience, etc. This discussion should be included in each
(applicable) resume.

1.3     Each person performing on this contract shall meet the minimum experience and
education requirements for the specified labor category. The resume of contract personnel shall
use the same headings to relate the experience of the proposed individuals to the minimum
standards set forth below. The proposal shall address the correlation between the categories
stated below and any changes proposed by the contractor.

1.3.1 "Education" refers to formal, accredited college or university level study, and specialized
military schooling. The year, awarding institution, and title of each degree or certificate of
training shall be provided in the individual’s resume. Education (degree requirements) will be
stated as BA, BS or Masters. The degree shall compliment at least one of the disciplines or
technical areas listed in the following section, 1.3.3, and be relevant to the functional area or
position an individual is proposed to provide services. Individuals being proposed in any of the
“Engineering” labor categories shall have a degree in an engineering discipline (e.g. Electrical,
Mechanical, Civil, Petroleum, Aeronautical, Physics, or Environmental). Other degrees should be
relevant to the work proposed.

1.3.2 "Experience" refers to specific experience that is directly related to a particular skill
category. Recent and relevant experience is crucial and will be evaluated based upon the position
or functional area proposed to provide services. Recent experience refers to experience earned
within the last 24 months. The experience statement included in the resume shall reflect levels of
responsibility, duty titles, dates, and military organization or company.

1.3.3 Experience and education shall be in any combination, or compliment one of the
following disciplines, (or others that can be demonstrated as relevant to this effort) but should be
relevant to the position or work area under which the individual is proposed.

       - Computer Applications Development and Software Development
       - Data Base Management
       - Management, Cost Analysis
       - Operations Planning, Requirements, Concepts
       - Logistics Management, Planning and Operations
       - Orbital Mechanics
       - Technical Analysis (Sensor, Weapons, or Systems)
       - Satellite Operations
                -- Space, Ground, and Control Segments
                -- Space Force Enhancement
       -Test and Experiment Planning
       - System Design
                -- Engineering, Fabrication, Integration, and Testing
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             -- HF, VHF, UHF, SHF, GBS, and EHF - military and commercial
             -- Space, Ground, and Control Segments
             -- LAN, WAN, Networks
             -- Laser Communications
       - Communications Planning
             -- HF, VHF, UHF, SHF, GBS, and EHF - military and commercial
             -- Space, Ground, and Control Segments
             -- Network Management and Planning
             -- User Equipment and Satellite Management
             -- LAN, WAN, Networks
             -- Laser Communications
       - Communications Operations Education and Training
             -- HF, VHF, UHF, SHF, GBS, and EHF - military and commercial
             -- Space, Ground, and Control Segments
             -- Network Management and Planning
             -- User Equipment and Satellite Management
             -- LAN, WAN, Networks
             -- Laser Communications
       - Information Operations & Management
       - SBIRS, JTAGS, ALERT and M3P
       - Manufacturing and Production
       - Quality Assurance and Quality Control
       - Training

1.3.4 "Typical Duties" refer to a description of the tasks for the personnel listed as Government
personnel would perform them or that the Government envisions may be performed under the
stated category.

2.0    Personnel. The following describes the typical duties for the labor categories and
provides education and experience standards.

2.1    Program Manager - The Program Manager (PM) is the overall manager for the
contractor effort and shall serve as the Contractor's authorized point of contact with the
Government Contracting Officer or designated representative. The Program Manager shall be
responsible for successful management of all contract activities and shall interface with
Government management personnel, contract managers, and all subcontracting team members.

2.1.1 Education and Experience - The PM shall possess a BA or BS and 10 years experience in
program management with 5 years specifically designated as a PM on a similar contract in terms
of size, complexity, and team composition and depth. An advanced degree will decrease years of
experience in program management and years on a similar contract to 8 and 4 respectively.

2.2     Senior Systems Analyst II - Provides leadership in systems analysis, substantiates
projects and provides input / recommendations to the Program Manager on which analyses of
systems and technologies is made. Receives input from subordinates and other activities within
the program and from Government sponsors. Is extremely knowledgeable of communication




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architectures, communications network management, control and planning systems and military
applications of space systems. Has a strong working knowledge of tactical operations.

2.2.1 Senior System Analyst II may also examine policy and procedural documentation
produced by the requiring activity and compare that with documentation with DoD and service
policies and doctrine. Validates documentation for compliance with treaties, laws and higher-
level direction. Provides recommendations to the Program Manager for solutions to policy
problems and conflicts. Has a strong expertise in current service and DoD policy and doctrine
including, but not limited to, the Unified Command Plant, Title 10 of the United States Code,
Joint Publications, Defense Planning Guidance, and Service Program Management Directives.

2.2.2 Education and Experience - The Senior Systems Analyst II shall possess a Bachelor's
degree and at least 12 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3
above; or a Master's degree and 10 years experience in any combination of the disciplines listed
in 1.3.3 above; or an associates degree and 14 years experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 15
years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.3     Senior Systems Engineer II - Provides leadership in systems design and engineering.
Serves as the lead scientific and technical expert. Is responsible for management level
preparation of documentation required as part of the overall systems engineering aspect of the
task or demonstration. Recommends changes to system design and for system specifications.
Maintains an extensive knowledge of C4ISR architectures and concepts. Is extremely
knowledgeable of space-based systems, communications systems, and satellite systems to include
military applications of communication systems. Coordinates all changes of the system design
with the Government sponsor of the item, product, or system being designed.

2.3.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Systems Engineer II shall posses an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 15 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed
in 1.3.3 above; or an Engineering Master’s degree with 12 years experience in any combination.

2.4     Senior Systems Engineer I - Provides leadership in systems design and engineering
services for the Task Order (TO). Is responsible for preparation of documentation required as
part of the overall systems engineering aspect of the tasks. Recommends changes to systems
designed or being investigated. Is extremely knowledgeable of space systems and military
applications of space systems and has a working knowledge of ground operations. Coordinates
all changes of the systems design with the government sponsor of the item or system being
designed or investigated.

2.4.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Systems Engineer I shall posses an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 12 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed
in 1.3.3 above; or an Engineering Master’s degree with 10 years experience in any combination.

2.5     Senior Systems Analyst I - Prepares documentation to substantiate a project. Provides
input to the Project Leader and the Program Manager on which analyses of systems and
technologies is made. Receives input from subordinates and other activities within the program




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and from Government sponsors. Is extremely knowledgeable of communication architectures,
communications network management, control and planning systems and military applications of
space systems. Has a strong working knowledge of tactical operations.

2.5.1 Senior System Analyst I may also examine policy and procedural documentation
produced by the requiring activity and compare that with documentation with DoD and service
policies and doctrine. Validates documentation for compliance with treaties, laws and higher-
level direction. Provides recommendations to the Program Manager for solutions to policy
problems and conflicts. Has a strong expertise in current service and DoD policy and doctrine
including, but not limited to, the Unified Command Plant, Title 10 of the United States Code,
Joint Publications, Defense Planning Guidance, and Service Program Management Directives.

2.5.2 Education and Experience - The Senior Systems Analyst I shall possess a Bachelor's
degree and at least 10 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3
above; or a Master's degree and 8 years experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above; or an associates degree and 12 years experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 15
years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.6     Senior Quality Assurance Specialist - Provides leadership for the Quality Assurance
and Quality control (QA and QC) tasks that are being performed by the contractor. Is responsible
for the preparation, monitoring and reporting of such QA and QC documents as necessary in
support of the goals of the program manager and the government sponsor(s). Knowledgeable of
QA Standards and applies the knowledge to software and Hardware programs to include
Modeling and simulation and prototyping efforts. Provides input on decisions for QA and QC
validation and or modifications of specified items or systems can be corrected.

2.6.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Quality Assurance Specialist shall possess a
Bachelor's degree and at least 12 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed
in 1.3.3 above; or a Master's degree and 10 years experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above, or possess an associate degree and 14 years of training
experience in any combination of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their
convenience, 15 years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.7    Senior Training Specialist - Prepares training documents and services that are required
to support prototype or existing systems, including logistical training. Draws input from the Test
Engineers, Systems Analysts, Training Specialists, Logisticians and the Government.
Supervises the activity of the Training Specialist. Shall have an understanding of DoD Training
and Doctrine policies and issues. Maintains contact with appropriate service training and
doctrine commands and agencies to insure that the training meets the needs of the service.

2.7.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Training Specialist shall possess a Bachelor's
degree and at least 12 years of training experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above; or a Master's degree and 10 years of training experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or possess an associate degree and 14 years of training
experience in any combination of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their




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convenience, 15 years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.8     Senior Software Engineer - Provides leadership in software engineering, design and
modification. Provides advanced software services on all aspects of C4ISR equipment. Is
extremely knowledgeable in space systems and Government or military software applications and
databases that may be used in the development of satellite communications equipment. Works
directly on problems that are complex to analyze, plan, program, and operate. Confers with
functional area experts and authorities to determine the software application requirements of the
program. Analyzes problems within the program and makes recommendations based on input
from the Government and other corporate personnel.

2.8.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Software Engineer shall have an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 12 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed
in 1.3.3 above, or an Engineering Master's degree and 10 years experience in any combination of
the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above.

2.9     Senior Systems Integrator - Provides project management for various assignments
involving, predominantly, systems integration. Prepares documentation to substantiate the
project. Provides input on which analyses of technologies are made. Receives input from
subordinates and other activities within the program and from government sponsors. Spends
some time on development or prototyping sites, travels to the sponsor’s site to provide briefings
on the status of particular development or prototyping events or portions of the overall program.
Is extremely knowledgeable of space systems and military applications of space systems and has
a working knowledge of ground operations.

2.9.1 Education and Experience - The Senior Systems Integrator shall have a Bachelor's degree
and at least 12 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or
a Master's degree and 10 years experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3
above; or possess an associate degree and 14 years of training experience in any combination of
the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 15 years experience
may be a substitute for a degree.

2.10 Systems Engineer II - Provides basic systems design services on all aspects of planning
engineering, integration, development, and testing. Maintains a strong knowledge of satellite
communications. Is knowledgeable in communication systems and works directly on problems
that are moderately complex to analyze, plan, program and operate. Works with communication
networks for control and management purposes and in support of operations. Gathers data from
other elements to form the overall plan for execution of any task. Analyzes problems within a
project and makes recommendations based on input from the Government and other corporate
personnel.

2.10.1 Education and Experience - The Systems Engineer II shall possess an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 8 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above, or an Engineering Master’s Degree with 4 years experience in the disciplines
referenced above.




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2.11 Software Engineer II - Provides basic software services for the development or
modification of tasks that are being performed by the contractor. Is responsible for the
preparation of such software documents as necessary in support of the goals of the program
manager and the government sponsor(s). Develops new coding and algorithms in support of
mission areas to include Modeling and simulation and prototyping efforts. Provides input on
which decisions for software development and or modifications of specified items or systems can
be performed. Is extremely knowledgeable of space systems and military applications of space
systems and has a working knowledge of ground operations.

2.11.1 Education and Experience - The Software Engineer II shall possess an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 8 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above; or an Engineering Master's degree and 4 years experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above.

2.12 Systems Analyst II - Prepares documentation to substantiate a project. Provides input to
the Project Leader and the Program Manager on which an analysis of systems and technologies is
made. Shall be in close contact with the military or civilian employee that is representing the
government in the execution of the demonstration or task. Receives input from subordinates and
other activities within the program and from Government sponsors. Is knowledgeable of space
systems and military applications of space systems and has a working knowledge of ground
operations.

2.12.1 Education and Experience - The Systems Analyst II shall possess a Bachelor's degree and
at least 8 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or a
Master’s degree and 4 years experiences in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3
above; or possess an associate degree and 10 years of training experience. At the Government’s
discretion and for their convenience, 12 years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.13 Quality Assurance II or Training Specialist II - Provides leadership for the Quality
Assurance or Training tasks that are being performed by the contractor. Is responsible for the
preparation, monitoring and reporting of such QA and Training documents as necessary in
support of the goals of the program manager and the government sponsor(s). Knowledgeable of
QA and Training Standards and applies the knowledge to software and hardware programs to
include modeling and simulation and prototyping efforts. Will report to the Project Leader for
guidance and tasking on specific projects. Provides input to the Project Lead and the Program
Manager on which decisions for QA, training and test validation or modifications of specified
items or systems can be corrected.

2.13.1 Education and Experience - The Quality Assurance II or Training Specialist II shall
possess a Bachelor's degree and at least 8 years of experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or a Master's degree and 4 years experience in any combination
of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or possess an associate degree and 10 years of training
experience in Quality Assurance or Training; or no degree and 12 years experience in Quality
Assurance or Training. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 12 years
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2.14 Systems Integrator II - Provides basic system services in the area of maintenance,
testing, operations, logistics, and installation. Is knowledgeable in terminal and communications
operating systems. Provides input to the project leader and program manager on problems,
alternative solutions, and proposed concepts for prototype builds. Works directly, often in a field
environment, with equipment and software programs for operational, testing or demonstration
purposes. Is extremely knowledgeable of space systems and military applications of space
systems and has a working knowledge of ground operations.

2.14.1 Education and Experience - The Systems Integrator II shall possess a Bachelor's degree
and at least 8 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or a
Master’s degree and 4 years experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3
above; or possesses an associate degree and 10 years of integration experience in any
combination of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 12
years experience may be a substitute for a degree.


2.15 System Engineer I - Provides the detailed engineering services to the tests necessary to
determine the relevance to military applications. Provides services for the preparation of
questionnaires and surveys that are presented to users of the items and systems. Reviews the
results of the demonstrations or tasks to determine the overall functionality of the item or system.
 Is in the field only to provide actual test engineering services that may have changed since the
start of a demonstration or task. This requires heavy lifting and significant bending.

2.15.1 Education and Experience - The System Engineer I shall possess an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 4 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above; or an Engineering Master’s degree and 2 years testing experience in any
combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3.

2.16 Software Engineer I - Executes software engineering tasks that are being performed by
the contractor. Provides services for the preparation of such software documents as necessary in
support of the goals of the program manager and the government sponsor(s). Develops new
coding and algorithms in support of mission areas to include Modeling and simulation and
prototyping efforts. Provides input on which decisions for software development and or
modifications of specified items or systems can be performed. Is extremely knowledgeable of
space systems and military applications of space systems and has a working knowledge of ground
operations.

2.16.1 Experience and Education - The Software Engineer I shall possess an Engineering
Bachelor's degree and at least 4 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in
1.3.3 above; or an Engineering Master's degree and 2 years experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above.

2.17 Quality Assurance Specialist I or Training Specialist I - Provides services for the
Quality Assurance and Training tasks that are being performed by the contractor. Is responsible
for the preparation, monitoring and reporting of such QA and training documents as necessary in
support of the goals of the program manager and the government sponsor(s). Knowledgeable of




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QA or Training Standards and applies the knowledge to software and hardware programs to
include modeling and simulation and prototyping efforts. Will report to the Project Leader for
guidance and tasking on specific projects. Provides input to the Project Lead and the Program
Manager on which decisions for QA or training validation and or modifications of specified
items or systems can be corrected.

2.17.1 Education and Experience - The Quality Assurance Specialist I or Training Specialist I
should have a Bachelor's degree and at least 4 years of experience in any combination of the
disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or a Master's degree and 2 years experience in any combination
of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or possess an associate degree and 6 years of training
experience in any combination of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their
convenience, 8 years experience may be a substitute for a degree.

2.18 Systems Analyst I - Provide technical input to the production of documents necessary to
actually conduct demonstrations or tasks. Shall be in close contact with the military or civilian
employee that is representing the government in the execution of the demonstration or task.
Documents prepared by the individual will be the basis for the actual execution of the
demonstration or task. Input is gained from the sponsor of the demonstration other members of
the contract team. Spends a portion of the time in field training environment to support specific
demonstrations or tasks.

2.18.1 Education and Experience - The Systems Analyst I should have a Bachelor's degree and at
least 4 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or have a
Master’s degree and 2 years experience in any combination of the discipline; or possess an
associate degree and 6 years of training experience in any combination of the disciplines. At the
Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 8 years experience may be a substitute for a
degree.

2.19 Training Specialist I - Provides the necessary direct services for to the execution of a
specified demonstration or task. Provides the training necessary to execute the plan prepared of a
specific demonstration or task. Trains individuals, often in a field environment, on all aspects of
the demonstrations or tasks. Provides input to the after action reports and hot washes. Is in the
field as required to ensure that the execution of the demonstration or task is being conducted
correctly and within the standards of the training plan. Provides input to the training documents
that are presented to the users of the item or system. Is capable of operating in extreme
environmental conditions (heat, dust, cold, humidity, etc.).

2.19.1 Education and Experience - The Training Specialist I should have a Bachelor's degree and
at least 4 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or
possess a Master’s degree and 2 years of training experience in any combination of the
disciplines; or possess an associate degree and 6 years of training experience in any combination
of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 8 years experience
may be a substitute for a degree.

2.20 Systems Integrator I - Provides the necessary direct services for the execution of a
specified demonstration or task. Is on site where the task is conducted with a representative of




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the sponsor. Reviews actions during demonstrations and take notes to prepare after action
reports and input to hot washes. Spends some time on development and prototyping sites, travels
to the sponsor’s site to provide assistance to modify development and prototyping events or
portions of the overall program. Is involved in the active planning that develops the scope of a
tasking but is not expected to develop the overall written concept and planning documents.
Does, however, execute those documents for the contractor. Responsibility is not for the final
written after actions report, but does provide input to those reports. Is able to lift and carry bulky
equipment weighing up to 80 pounds. Is capable of operating in extreme environmental
conditions (heat, cold, dust, humidity, etc.).

2.20.1 Education and Experience - The Systems Integrator I should have a Bachelor's degree and
at least 4 years of experience in any combination of the disciplines listed in 1.3.3 above; or
possess a Master’s degree and 2 years of training experience in any combination of the
disciplines; or possess an associate degree and 6 years of training experience in any combination
of the disciplines. At the Government’s discretion and for their convenience, 8 years experience
may be a substitute for a degree.

2.21 Administrative Assistant / Clerk Typist / Clerical - Provides administrative services in
areas such as security, data processing, scheduling, library maintenance, document preparation,
and other related administrative and clerical activities. Completes periodic progress reports as
required.

2.21.1 Education and Experience - The Administrative Assistant / Clerk Typist / Clerical shall
possess the requisite skills to adequately perform their assigned duties. The education and
experience requirements shall be corporately defined.

                                           APPENDIX D

                                         PUBLICATIONS

The following documents form a part of this SOW. Unless a specific issue is indicated, the issue
in effect on the date of the Statement of Work shall apply. All publications listed below shall
include all Joint, Service and command specific supplements as issued. All documents are
Unclassified (U) unless specified otherwise. Mandatory publications are identified as (M) and
Advisory publications are identified as (A).

       DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DOCUMENTS

       NUMBER                  TITLE / CLASSIFICATION

(A)    DODD 5100.1             Functions of the Department of Defense and its Major Components
                               [1 August 2002]

(A)    DODD 5134.1             Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and
                               Logistics (USD (AT&L))
                               [21 April 2000]




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(M)   DOD 5200.1-R     Information Security Program
                       [January 1997]

(M)   DOD 5220.22M     National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual
                       Change 1 [31 July 1997]
                       Change 2 [1 May 2000]

(M)   DOD 5220.22M     National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual
      Supplement       Supplement

                               JCS DOCUMENTS

(A)   CJCSI 3010.02A   Joint Vision Implementation Master Plan (JIMP)
                       [15 April 2001]

(A)   DISAC 800-70-1   Operation and Control of the Defense Satellite Communications
                       System (DSCS)

(A)                    Global Engagement: A Vision of the 21st Century Air Force

(A)                    Joint Doctrine Capstone and Keystone Primer
                       [10 September 2001]

(A)   JP 1             Joint Warfare of the Armed Forces of the United States
                       [14 November 2000]

(A)   JP 0-2           Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF)
                       [10 July 2001]

(A)                    Joint Doctrine Encyclopedia
                       [16 July 1997]

(A)   JP 1-02          DoD Dictionary of Military & Associated Terms
                       [12 April 2001] (As Amended Through 9 January 2003)

(A)   Joint Pub 3-0    Doctrine for Joint Operations
                       [1 February 1995]

(A)   Joint Pub 5-0    Doctrine for Planning Joint Operations
                       [13 April 1995]

(A)   Joint Pub 6-0    Doctrine for Command, Control, Communications, and Computer
                       (C4) Systems Support to Joint Operations
                       [30 May 95]




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                         MILITARY STANDARD DOCUMENTS

      NUMBER              TITLE

(A)   JCS-SM-684-88       Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary Memorandum, Policies and
                          Procedures for Management of Command, Control Systems and
                          Communications Systems

(A)   DOD-STD-1703        Software Product Standards

(A)   DOD-STD-2167A       Defense System Software Development

(A)   DOD-STD-2168        Defense System Software Quality Program

(A)   ANSI Z39.18-1987    Information Sciences - Scientific and Technical Reports

(A)   MIL-H-46855B (2)    Human Engineering Requirements for Military Systems,
                          Equipment and Facilities

(A)   MIL-STD-200         System Design & Engineering Standards for Tactical
                          Communications

(A)   MIL-STD-188-100     Common Long Haul and Tactical Communications System
                          Technical Standards

(A)   MIL-STD-188-114     Electrical Characteristics of Digital Interface Circuits

(A)   MIL-STD-188-181     UHF DAMA Standards
      Through -185

(A)   MIL-STD-188-310A Subsystem Design Engineering Standards for Technical Control
                       Facilities

(A)   MIL-STD-785B        Reliability Program for Systems and Equipment Development and
                          Production

(A)   MIL-STD-721C        Reliability and Maintainability Terms

(A)   MIL-STD-1379B       Military Training Programs

(A)   MIL-T-29053B        Requirements for Training Systems Development

(A)   MIL-Q-9858A         Quality Program Requirements

(A)   NACSIM 5203         Guidelines for Facility Design and Red / Black Installation




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(A)   NACSI 5004          TEMPEST Countermeasures for Facilities Within the United
                          States

(A)   MIL-STD-1472C       Human Engineering Design Criteria for Military Systems,
                          Equipment, & Facilities

(A)   MIL-H-46855B        Human Engineering Requirements for Military Systems,
                          Equipment, & Facilities

                               ARMY PUBLICATIONS

(A)   DOD 5500.7-R        Standards of Conduct

                     U.S. STRATEGIC COMMAND REGULATIONS

      NUMBER                     TITLE

(A)   USSPACECOMR 27-1           United States Space Command Programming System

(M)   USSPACECOMR 207-1          Physical Security

      C-SCOC

                    DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY DOCUMENTS

(A)   DIAM 50-1           SI / SIO Security Management

(M)   DIAM 50-3           Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented
                          Information Facilities

(M)   DIAM 50-5           Sensitive Compartmented Information Contractor Administration
                          Security

                        OTHER INTELLIGENCE DOCUMENTS

(A)   JCSM SM-313-83      Safeguarding the Single Integrated Operational Plan

(A)   NACSIM 5100A        Compromising Emanations Laboratory Test Requirements,
                          Electromagnetic

                        SECURITY CLASSIFICATION GUIDES

(A)   21 Mar 1980         Jam-Resistant Secure Communications (JRSC) SCG

(A)   15 Apr 1992         MILSTAR SCG (S)




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(A)   Dec 1989      National Military Command System SCG

(A)   9 May 1983    FLTSATCOM EHF Package (FEP) SCG
                    Change 2, [22 October 1985]

(A)   25 Jul 1990   AFSATCOM Security Classification Guide

(A)   24 May 1993   Single Channel Transponder System Classification Guide




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