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SECTION C:             STATEMENT OF WORK ............................................................................... 1
 C.1     ALASKAN SATELLITE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE ............ 1
   C.1.1    Introduction............................................................................................................. 1
   C.1.2    Background ............................................................................................................. 1
   C.1.3    Program Objectives ................................................................................................ 1
   C.1.4    Scope of Work ......................................................................................................... 2
 C.2        APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS....................................................................................... 2
 C.3     GOVERNMENT FURNISHED ITEMS ........................................................................ 3
   C.3.1    Space ....................................................................................................................... 3
   C.3.2    Environmental Provisions....................................................................................... 3
   C.3.3    Network Management Control System (NMCS) Configuration Information ......... 3
   C.3.4    System Configuration Information.......................................................................... 3
   C.3.5    Training Documentation ......................................................................................... 3
   C.3.6    Maintenance Handbook .......................................................................................... 4
   C.3.7    As Built drawings .................................................................................................... 4
   C.3.8    Space Segment ........................................................................................................ 4
 C.4     GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES......................................................................... 4
   C.4.1    Role of Headquarters Program Office.................................................................... 4
   C.4.2    Role of Alaskan Program Office ............................................................................. 4
   C.4.3    Test and Evaluation Activities ................................................................................ 4
   C.4.4    Implementation Activities........................................................................................ 4
 C.5     CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................. 5
   C.5.1    Program Management ............................................................................................ 5
   C.5.2    Solution Development ............................................................................................. 8
   C.5.3    Test and Evaluation .............................................................................................. 11
   C.5.4    Implementation Management................................................................................ 14
   C.5.5    In-Service Management ........................................................................................ 16
   C.5.6    Security Requirements .......................................................................................... 17
   C.5.7    Training................................................................................................................. 18
   C.5.8    Technical Documentation ..................................................................................... 21
   C.5.9    Logistics Support .................................................................................................. 22




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SECTION C:               STATEMENT OF WORK

C.1 ALASKAN SATELLITE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE

C.1.1   Introduction

This Statement of Work (SOW) sets forth the requirements to modernize the Alaskan Satellite
Telecommunications Infrastructure (ASTI), formerly Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System
(ANICS). The ASTI program will provide interfacility communications between remote and central
facilities in Alaska to primarily support the Air Traffic Control (ATC) mission.


C.1.2   Background

ASTI is a FAA-owned satellite based network that provides Alaska with interfacility communications for
critical, essential, and routine air traffic control services. The ASTI network topology consists of four (4)
HUBs earth stations, 59 remote earth stations, leased transponder space segment, and a Network
Operations Control Center (NOCC). ASTI uses primary and alternate satellites to provide service
diversity. The remote earth stations are linked to their respective HUBs and the NOCC through leased
transponders.

The four HUB earth stations are located at the Fairbanks, Kenai, and Juneau Automated Flight Service
Stations (AFSSs) and the Anchorage (ZAN) Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC). The 60 remote
earth stations are deployed at various locations throughout Alaska and there is also one at the ARTCC in
Seattle. The NOCC is located at the ZAN ARTCC.

Over the past several years, system availability has fallen below acceptable levels and continues to
decline. Many system components have either reached the end of their useful life or are no longer
supportable. The network management system cannot adequately identify and report problems because it
has reached capacity as the number of ASTI sites has increased. There is also limited information system
security. In recent years, extensive maintenance actions have been required to keep the system operating
satisfactorily. This has led to performance degradations, increased service disruptions, and higher costs
of ownership.


C.1.3   Program Objectives

The primary objective of the ASTI program is to provide highly reliable interfacility communications to
support en route, terminal, flight service air traffic control operations. The ASTI program will provide
the backbone system needed in Alaska to support existing and future NAS telecommunications
requirements. Through modernization, the ASTI program seeks to achieve the following technical and
management objectives:

           Improve network reliability and availability
           Increase information system security
           More efficient use of transponders due to upgraded components
           Reduce maintenance cost due to aging and obsolete components
           Improve life cycle management items such as training, 2nd-level engineering support, and
            supply support

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            Minimize changes to the legacy network management system due to modernization efforts
             during transition


C.1.4    Scope of Work

This SOW provides a description of the equipment and support services required to modernize ASTI.
The required equipment includes, but is not limited to, satellite modems and switches, multiplexers,
automatic channel protection switching, Radio Frequency (RF) equipment and switches, and a Network
Management and Control System (NMCS) as defined in Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification.
The required support services include Program Management, Engineering, Test and Evaluation,
Implementation Management, Maintenance, Security Management, Training and Logistics Support.

The FAA facilities within the scope of this SOW are listed in Attachment J-3, List of Facilities.


C.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

The following specification, handbooks, orders, and standards, form a part of this SOW and are
applicable to the extent specified herein. The latest version of these documents as of the contract date
shall apply. In the event of conflict between this SOW and any of the applicable documents cited below,
the provisions of this SOW shall apply.


                                    Table 2-1. Applicable Documents

        Document Number                                        Title
                                  ASTI Technical Specification
 ANSI/EIA-748-B                   Earned Value Management System
 (June 2007)
 MIL-HDBK-61A

 FAA Order 1800.66                Configuration Management Policy
 FAA Order 1600.1E                Personnel Security Program
 (July 25, 2005)
 FAA Order 1600.72                Contractor and Industrial Security Program
 FAA Order 1370.82A,              Information Systems Security Program
 (September 11, 2006)
 FAA Order 1600.6E                Physical Security Management Program
 (March 11, 2004)
 FAA Order 1600.69b               FAA Facilities Security Management Program
 NIST Special Publication         Guide for Development of Security Plans for Information
 800-18, Revision 1               Technology Systems
 (February 2006)
 FAA-STD-028c                     Contract Training Programs
 FAA-STD-2494B                    Technical Instruction Book Manuscripts: Electronic, Electrical, and
                                  Mechanical Equipment, Requirements for Preparation of
                                  Manuscript and Production of Book
 AL Order 6000.20A                ANICS Maintenance Handbook
 (August 23, 2002)

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        Document Number                                     Title
                                 Non-Government Documents
 TL 9000                         Quality Management System Requirements Handbook
 MIL-PRF-49506


C.3 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED ITEMS

C.3.1    Space

C.3.1.1 Contractor Space at Anchorage ARTCC

The FAA will provide limited administrative space at the Anchorage ARTCC to conduct of ASTI
modernization activities. The administrative space will include a desk, chair and phone. The use of
Government assets shall be in accordance with requirements of Section H.


C.3.1.2 Installation Space

The FAA will provide floor, console and rack space for installation in accordance with Sections 3, 4, and
5 of Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification.


C.3.2    Environmental Provisions

The FAA will provide power, grounding, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning for contractor
transition activities as described in the Section 3 of Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification.


C.3.3    Network Management Control System (NMCS) Configuration Information

The FAA will provide the existing NMCS configuration information (Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical
Specification, Appendix E) to facilitate the development of the new NMCS.


C.3.4    System Configuration Information

The FAA will provide the existing ASTI system configuration information (Attachment J-1, ASTI
Technical Specification, Appendix E) to facilitate the design and development of the new ASTI
components.


C.3.5    Training Documentation

The FAA will provide the most currently available training material (Attachment J-6, ANICS Hardware
Maintenance Course) to facilitate the development of new training courses.




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C.3.6   Maintenance Handbook

The FAA will provide the most currently available maintenance handbook (Attachment J-9, ANICS
Maintenance Handbook) to facilitate the development of a new ASTI Technical Instruction Book.


C.3.7   As Built drawings

The FAA will provide the most currently available as built drawings to facilitate ASTI installation
activities and updates/modifications as required due to modernization efforts. The FAA will provide
drawings at the time of survey. The drawings will be in either AutoCAD or MircoStation. The FAA
cannot guarantee the accuracy of the drawings; they are provided as information only.


C.3.8   Space Segment

The FAA will provide bandwidth on the existing transponders for transition activities. The amount of
bandwidth is described in Attachment J-2, Transition Constraints, Section x.



C.4     GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

C.4.1   Role of Headquarters Program Office

The ASTI Program Office is located at FAA Headquarters in Washington, DC and has overall
management responsibility for the ASTI program during the contract period of performance. The ASTI
program manager is the primary point of contact to ensure successful performance of the program.

C.4.2   Role of Alaskan Program Office

The Alaskan Program Office is an extension of the Headquarters Program Office and assists the ASTI
program manager in management and oversight of the program performance. The Alaskan Program
Office is responsible for contractor technical oversight, FAA coordination within Alaska, and
implementation activities.

C.4.3   Test and Evaluation Activities

The FAA may participate in all test and evaluation activities at Contractor or FAA facilities. The FAA
will schedule access to Government resources, support the conduct of Contractor test activities, and assist
in problem resolution during Contractor test activities.


C.4.4   Implementation Activities

The FAA will participate in implementation activities at Government facilities. The FAA will escort the
Contractor when work is being performed at Government facilities, support Contractor installation
activities, and assist in problem resolution for FAA related issues.




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C.5 CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS

The Contractor must provide all resources, equipment, materials and support services necessary to
acquire, design, plan, and implement solutions to modernize ASTI.

C.5.1   Program Management

The Contractor must manage the performance under this contract to ensure compliance with all
requirements of the SIR. The Contractor must assign a Program Manager who will ensure performance
under this contract be the primary point of contact for the work to be performed under this contract. The
Program Manager must keep the FAA informed of any potential problems and make recommendations
for resolution. The Program Manager must ensure that all necessary management, business, contracts,
engineering, implementation, and maintenance resources are available and sufficient, both in number and
qualification to successfully perform all the tasks required in the SOW. The Contractor must describe
their management approach to accomplish the required work efforts in a Program Management Plan
(PMP).

CDRL XXXX               Program Management Plan


C.5.1.1 Risk Management

The Contractor must establish, implement and maintain a joint Contractor/FAA Risk Management
program that provides an overall strategy and approach for effectively managing cost, schedule, and
technical performance risks for the duration of the contract. The Contractor must include a Risk
Management Plan (RMP) as a part of the PMP. The Risk Management Plan must describe the process for
timely identification of risks; accurate risk assessment; development and implementation of mitigation
plans; and monitoring, tracking, and reporting of risks items. The Contractor must also include risks
identified by the FAA within the risk management process. Medium and high risk items including the
status of the associated mitigation plans must be reported in the Monthly Status Report and during the
quarterly Program Management Reviews.


C.5.1.2 Configuration Management

The Contractor must implement a configuration management program on all ASTI hardware, software,
and documentation throughout the Contractor maintenance period of the contract required in SOW
Section 4.5. The Contractor must describe their approach to configuration management in the PMP
CDRL XXXX. The configuration management information must be in accordance with FAA Order
1800.66.

C.5.1.3 Quality Control

The Contractor must establish and maintain a quality system capable of assuring delivery of ASTI
hardware, software, and documentation in accordance with TL 9000, Quality Management System
Requirements Handbook. The Contractor must describe their quality system in the PMP CDRL XXXX.

C.5.1.4 Performance Management

C.5.1.4.1 Performance Management System



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The Contractor must establish and maintain a performance management system to ensure that the
appropriate metrics are in place to manage, monitor and report program performance. The Contractor
must document their approach and specific performance measures in the PMP CDRL XXXX. The
Performance Management information must be in accordance with Section H.


C.5.1.4.2   Earned Value Management

The Contractor must establish, maintain, and use an Earned Value Management System (EVMS) for
planning, controlling, and integrating project scope, schedule, costs and resources. The Contractor’s
EVMS must be in accordance with the guidelines in ANSI/EIA-748-B. The outputs of this system must
be used as the basis to report detailed performance status during program management reviews and
monthly status reports.

The Contractor’s EVMS must provide for early indication of cost and schedule problems, and their
relation to technical progress.

At a minimum the Contractor’s EVMS must provide for:
        1. Establishing the time-phased budgeted cost of work scheduled (including work authorization,
           budgeting, and scheduling), the budgeted cost for work performed, the actual cost of work
           performed, the budget at completion, the estimate at completion, and provision for
           subcontractor performance measurement and reporting;
        2. Applying all direct and indirect cost and provisions for use and control of management
           reserve and undistributed budget;
        3. Incorporating changes to the contract budget base for both FAA directed changes and internal
           re-planning;
        4. Establishing constraints to preclude subjective adjustment of data to ensure performance
           measurement remains realistic. Unless the CO provides prior written approval, in no case
           must the total allocated budget exceed the contract budget base. For cost reimbursement
           contract line items, the contract budget base should not be adjusted to reflect cost growth
           increases; and,
        5. Establishing the capacity to accurately identify and explain significant cost and schedule
           variances, both on a cumulative basis and projected at completion basis.


The Contractor must provide documentation that their EVMS is certified. If the Contractor proposes to
use an EVMS or similar system that is not certified, the Contractor must submit a comprehensive plan to
develop and implement a certified EVMS. The Contractor must provide EVM data in a monthly Contract
Performance Report (CPR).

CDRL XXXX               Contract Performance Report


C.5.1.5 Master Program Schedule

The Contractor must develop and maintain an integrated master program schedule consistent with the
EVMS and in sufficient detail to plan, manage, and control all program activities. At a minimum, the
program schedule must include the following:


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       Identification of critical and high risk efforts to ensure they are planned realistically and to assure
        executability.
       Subcontractor and supplier efforts.
       Activities associated with risk mitigation plans.
       Consideration for Attachment J-2, Transition Constraints.
       Identification of the program critical path.

The Contractor must develop a Network Diagram that graphically shows the program critical path. The               Formatted: Indent: Left: 0"
Master Program Schedule and Network Diagram shall be presented during the Post Award Conference.
The Contractor must develop a work breakdown structure (CWBS). The CWBS must be to a sufficient
level of detail to support the development of a logical and efficient sequence of tasks designed to
accomplish the work efforts described in the Contract. The Contractor must update and maintain the
program schedule through completion of the transition activities.

CDRL XXXX                Master Program Schedule


C.5.1.6 Monthly Status Reports

The Contractor must provide a Monthly Status Report (MSR) that describes the work accomplished
during the period, identifies issues encountered and actions taken to resolve, work planned for the next
reporting period, and performance management information.

CDRL XXXX                Monthly Status Report


C.5.1.7 Meetings

The Contractor must conduct meetings and reviews in accordance with the SOW and the ASTI Program
Management Plan (CDRL XXXX). The Contractor must prepare and submit a meeting agenda, meeting
minutes, and presentation materials for all meetings. Contractor format may be used for agendas and
meeting minutes.

C.5.1.7.1 Program Management Reviews

The Contractor must conduct quarterly Program Management Reviews (PMR). The review location may
alternate between the FAA and the Contractor’s facility. The Contractor must provide personnel with the
requisite skills to address the agenda topics. The Contractor must present an overall status of the program
including but not limited to, cost, schedule, technical, performance (EVM) and contractual status. The
Contractor must provide a copy of the briefing materials prior to the conduct of the quarterly review. The
Contractor format may be used for the PMR briefing materials.

CDRL XXXX                Program Management Review


C.5.1.7.2 Technical Interchange Meetings

As requested by the FAA, the Contractor must conduct and support Technical Interchange Meetings at
designated FAA facilities or the Contractor’s facility. A Technical Interchange Meeting is defined as a
meeting that is a not regularly scheduled or normal status meeting and requires an additional level of
technical support beyond normal day to day activities. The FAA will notify the Contractor at least 7

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calendar days in advance of any requested Technical Interchange Meeting. The Contractor must provide
personnel to support the meeting with the requisite skills to actively engage in topics identified on the
meeting agenda.


C.5.2   Solution Development

The Contractor must design, develop, and provide a comprehensive solution to modernize ASTI. The
Contractor must provide ASTI components (hardware/software), conduct design reviews, implement
configuration and quality management, support system safety assessments, and provide engineering
support services. The Contractor must develop and provide an ASTI system design document that
describes the detailed technical solution to meet the requirements of Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical
Specification.

CDRL            XXXX            ASTI System Design Document


C.5.2.1 ASTI Components

The Contractor must provide all hardware/software solutions to replace components to modernize ASTI
in accordance with the Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification. The hardware/software must
include all associated parts and materials (e.g. power cords, cables, operating system, support software,
etc.). The Contractor must include all information and manuals as well as any supplemental information
for each hardware/software component.

The Contractor must provide the following ASTI components consistent with the approved Master
Program Schedule and Site Specific Implementation Plans:

                  a.   Satellite Modems and Switches
                  b.   Multiplexers
                  c.   Automatic Channel Protection Switches (A/B Switches)
                  d.   RF Equipment and Switches including IF distribution
                  e.   Components of the Network Management and Control System (NMCS)
                  f.   NMCS Workstations
                  g.   Security Workstation


C.5.2.2 System Design Review

The Contractor must conduct a System Design Review (SDR) to demonstrate an understanding of the
system requirements and how the requirements are allocated to the Contractor’s ASTI solution. This
review must be conducted at the Contractor’s facility and in accordance with the Schedule Milestones
contained in Section F. The functional requirements must be allocated to individual configuration items
resulting in identification of hardware configuration items (HWCIs) (e.g., satellite modem) and software
configuration items (SWCIs) (e.g., Solaris Version X, Oracle Version X). The SDR must cover the
overall solution and detailed design of all hardware and software required to satisfy the requirements of
the ASTI Technical Specification. The Contractor must make available for reference and inspection any
applicable engineering data, specifications, drawings, schematics, design and test documentation,
software development files, working papers and results of studies and analyses.

The Contractor must present and review the following items during the SDR:

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                 a. Solution overview
                 b. Requirements traceability for each HWCI/SWCI
                 c. Functional and physical description of each HWCI
                 d. Functional description of each SWCI
                 e. Documentation status and availability, such as manuals for commercially available
                    equipment
                 f. System Test Overview
                 g. Logistic Support;(e.g. test equipment, sparing, and training considerations)
                 h. Program risk analysis, including assumptions, trade-offs and alternative approaches,
                    if applicable
                 i. Identification of design-driving/cost-driving requirements
                 j. Security considerations and identification of security related requirements
                 k. Human Factors
                 l. Master Program Schedule

The Contractor must provide CDRL XXXX, ASTI System Design Document and all other information
required for the SDR 10 calendars days before the start of the meeting. The SDR must be considered
complete once all documentation has been delivered and all Contractor action items are
dispositioned/closed. The Contractor must track the status of all action items in the Monthly Status
Report (CDRL XXX).

C.5.2.3 NMCS Design Reviews

The Contractor must conduct in-process design reviews on the NMCS. The design reviews must provide
the FAA opportunity to review and provide feedback during the development of the NMCS
hardware/software architecture and graphical user interface. The Contractor must conduct quarterly in-
process reviews. The NMCS in-process review can be conducted at the Contractor or FAA facility.

C.5.2.4 Configuration Audits

The Contractor must perform Functional Configuration Audit(s) (FCA) and Physical Configuration
Audit(s) (PCA) in accordance with FAA Order 1800.66. The FCA/PCA must be conducted at the
Contractor or FAA facility and at the conclusion of First Article Test(s). The FCA/PCA must also be in
accordance with the Schedule Milestones contained in Section F. During the FCA, the Contractor and the
FAA will verify that each configuration item meets the functional requirements of the ASTI
Requirements Specification. During the PCA, the Contractor and the Government will verify that the as-
built versions of the configuration items are identical to the technical documentation requirements of the
ASTI Technical Specification. The Contractor must prepare and submit a FCA/PCA plan in accordance
with Section 8 of MIL-HDBK-61A for FAA review and approval prior to the start of FCA/PCA.

The Contractor may conduct incremental audits (e.g., conducted on separate HWCIs and CSCIs). If the
Contractor conducts incremental audits, FCA must be conducted prior to PCA and a product baseline
must be established at the conclusion of the audit. The Contractor must conduct a full system FCA/PCA
to review all incremental audits and establish an ASTI product baseline, if necessary. The Contractor
shall submit a Configuration Audit Summary Report to document the results of the FCA/PCA.

The FCA/PCA shall be considered complete once all Contractor action items are dispositioned/closed and
the Configuration Audit Summary Report has been delivered. Upon successful completion of the
FCA/PCA, the Contractor must establish and maintain a product baseline for the ASTI components
throughout the Contractor maintenance period required in SOW Section 5.5.

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CDRL XXXX               Functional/Physical Configuration Audit Plan
CDRL XXXX               Configuration Audit Summary Report


C.5.2.4.1 Configuration Status Accounting Information

The Contractor must update Configuration Status Accounting (CSA) information for each component
installed at each site and provide CSA information for existing ASTI components not replaced to
facilitate the establishment of a configuration baseline for ASTI.

CDRL XXXX               Configuration Status Accounting Information


C.5.2.4.2 Configuration Control

The Contractor must submit an Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) for FAA review and approval before
initiating any changes to the approved ASTI product baseline.

CDRL XXXX               Engineering Change Proposal



C.5.2.5 System Safety Support

The FAA will establish and implement a System Safety Program in accordance with the FAA’s Safety
Risk Management Guidance for System Acquisitions. The Contractor must provide information,
analysis, and assessments to support the FAA development of System Safety documentation - Safety
Hazard Analysis, Operating and Support Hazard Analysis, and System Safety Assessment Report.

The Contractor must develop a safety hazard analyses, identify risk mitigation strategies, and track the
validation and verification status of system safety requirements. The Contractor must work
collaboratively with the FAA to identify system safety hazards, prepare risk assessments, and recommend
cost-effective risk mitigation strategies.


C.5.2.5.1 Safety Hazard Analysis

The Contractor must prepare a Safety Hazard Analysis (SHA). The purpose of the SHA is to perform a
detailed safety risk assessment of the system. The Contractor must work collaboratively with the FAA to
verify system compliance with safety requirements, identify previously unidentified hazards associated
with the system interfaces, system functional faults, and system operation in the specified environment,
assess the risk of the total system design, and identify existing safety hazard controls.

CDRL XXXX               Safety Hazard Analysis


C.5.2.5.2 Operating and Support Hazard Analysis

The Contractor must prepare an Operating and Support Hazard Analysis (O&SHA). The purpose of the
O&SHA is to perform a detailed safety risk assessment of a system’s operational and support (e.g.,

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maintenance and certification) procedures. The Contractor must work collaboratively with the FAA to
evaluate system operating and support procedures, identify hazards associated with those procedures,
assess the risk associated with those hazards, identify existing safety hazard controls, and develop
alternative controls and/or procedures to eliminate or control the hazards.

CDRL XXXX               Operating and Support Hazard Analysis


C.5.2.5.3 System Safety Assessment Report

The Contractor must conduct safety reviews and prepare a final System Safety Assessment Report
(SSAR). The purpose of the SSAR is to provide supporting evidence that safety requirements are
validated and verified and recommend closure of identified hazards based on verification of safety
requirements. The Contractor must work collaboratively with the FAA to summarizes the results of the
safety risk management program, identifies all hazards and safety features in the program, and assesses
system readiness based on the cumulative safety risk to the NAS.

CDRL XXXX               System Safety Assessment Report


C.5.2.6 Engineering Support Services

As ordered, the Contractor must provide engineering support services to perform specified engineering,
engineering analysis, assessments, and studies in support of requirements revalidations, failure mode
analyses and other analysis/modeling to determine the appropriate system-level performance parameters
and requirements. When requested by the FAA, the Contractor must document the results of the
engineering efforts in an Engineering Analysis and Study Report.

CDRL XXXX               Engineering Analysis and Study Report


C.5.3   Test and Evaluation

The Contractor must plan, conduct, and document an integrated test and evaluation program. The
Contractor must verify that all ASTI components meet the physical, functional, interface, and
performance requirements contained in Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification. The Contractor’s
test and evaluation program must be consistent with the transition and implementation strategy and meet
the Schedule Milestones contained in Section F. The Contractor must provide all the test equipment and
resources necessary for successful completion of test and evaluation activities. The Contractor must
assign a Test Manager with responsibility for integration, control, oversight, and coordination of all test
and evaluation activity.

The Contractor must develop and provide a Contractor Master Test Plan (CMTP) for FAA review and
approval. The plan must describe the Contractor’s approach to conduct an integrated test and evaluation
program for all test phases. The Contractor’s Test and Evaluation program must be comprised of First
Article, Key Site and Site Acceptance Tests. In addition to the CMTP, the Contractor must develop test
procedures and reports that meet the requirements contained in Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical
Specification. The CMTP must be approved by FAA prior to the submittal of test procedures.

The Contractor must be responsible for corrective action necessary to ensure full compliance with
Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification. In the event that the ASTI system hardware/software does

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not meet specified requirements when tested, the Contractor must determine the reason for the non-
compliance. The Contractor must complete repair or reconfiguration prior to submission for re-testing.
The FAA will determine extent of re-testing required. No formal re-testing must be conducted until the
Contractor has submitted in writing all information concerning the non-compliance and the corrective
action taken. The Contractor must re-verify by the verification method identified in the Verification
Requirements Traceability Matrix that the defect(s) have been corrected.

CDRL XXXX Contractor Master Test Plan
CDRL XXXX ASTI Test Procedures
CDRL XXXX ASTI Test Reports


C.5.3.1 Verification Requirements Traceability Matrix

The CMTP must contain a Verification Requirements Traceability Matrix (VRTM). Each requirement
from the Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification must be addressed in the VRTM and correlated to
a verification method from the methods listed below. The VRTM must identify the facilities at which the
verification will occur.

R (Design Review) - Requirements verification by design review must determine requirements
compliance by review and approval of specific hardware/software design data through the presentation at
formal reviews.

I (Inspection) - Requirements verification by inspection must determine requirements compliance through
visual observation, mechanical measurements of equipment, or examination of or comparison to
engineering documents.

A (Analysis) – Requirements verification by analysis consists of comparing hardware/software design
with known scientific and technical principles, procedures, practices or specifications to assess the
capability of the proposed design to meet ASTI system specification requirements. Parameters that
cannot be readily measured must be calculated based on network and equipment characteristics using
known technical principles and mathematical models.

D (Demonstration) - Requirements verification by demonstration shall determine performance
qualitatively during the exercise of operational procedures, or during the controlled application of
functional and/or environmental stimuli. The performance items being verified are observed, but not
quantitatively measured.

T (Test) - Requirements verification by test must determine requirements compliance by the measurement
of system performance under specific configuration and load conditions with controlled application of
known input stimuli. This results in the measurement of quantitative data which may be subject to
reduction and analysis to validate the results against pre-defined success criteria, and which requires the
employment of procedures and data collection.




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C.5.3.2   First Article Test

The Contractor must conduct First Article Testing on each ASTI component. The Contractor’s First
Article Tests must verify that all ASTI components conform to all the functional and performance
requirements of Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification and is free from manufacturing defects..

First Article Testing may be conducted at the Contractor or FAA’s Test and Training Facility (TTF) at
Anchorage in accordance with the Schedule Milestones contained in Section F and CMTP (CDRL
XXXX). The Contractor must propose and submit for FAA approval the location for First Article Testing
based on the requirement being tested (e.g. electromagnetic compatibility – Contractor facility; RF power
requirements – TTF). The Contractor must develop First Article Test Procedures (CDRL XXXX) and
document results in a First Article Test Report (CDRL XXXX).

Before the start of the First Article Test, the Contractor must have obtained approval of the CMTP and
First Article Test procedures for the components being evaluated, and conducted a test readiness review.
The Contractor must notify the FAA at least seven (7) days prior to the start of test. First Article Testing
will be considered complete once all test and evaluation activities are successful, all problem trouble
reports have been resolved, the installed equipment has successfully completed a 30 day burn-in period,
and a test report is submitted and approved.


C.5.3.3 Key Site(s) Test

The Contractor must perform Key Site Testing at FAA designated facilities (Attachment J-3, List of ASTI
Facilities) to verify that ASTI system components meet all functional and performance requirements of
the specification in the operational environment. The FAA may elect to accept verification of compliance
based on results obtained during First Article Testing.

Key Site Testing must be conducted at site(s) designated by FAA in accordance with the Schedule
Milestones contained in Section F and the CMTP (CDRL XXXX). The Contractor must provide Key Site
Test Procedures (CDRL XXXX) and document results in a Key Site Test Report (CDRL XXXX).

Before the start of Key Site Testing, the Contractor must have successfully completed a functional and
physical configuration audit, First Article Testing, obtained approval of Key Site Test procedures, and
conducted a test readiness review. The Contractor must notify the FAA at least seven (7) days prior to the
start of test. Key Site Testing will be considered complete once all test and evaluation activities are
successful, all problem trouble reports have been resolved, the installed equipment has successfully
completed a 60 day burn-in period, and a test report is submitted and approved.


C.5.3.4 Site Acceptance Test

The Contractor must perform a Site Acceptance Test (SAT) at each site to verify that ASTI system
components meet all functional and performance requirements of the specification. The SAT must be
consistent with the Contractor’s transition and implementation strategy, the Schedule Milestones
contained in Section F and CMTP (CDRL XXXX). If the Contractor’s transition strategy implements
components at different times, the contractor must perform a SAT on each component at the time of
implementation.

The Contractor must provide SAT Procedures (CDRL XXXX) and document results in a SAT Report
(CDRL XXXX).

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Before the start of SAT, the Contractor must have successfully completed Key Site Testing, obtained
FAA approval of SAT procedures, and conducted a test readiness review. The SAT will be considered
complete once all test and evaluation activities are successful, all problem trouble reports have been
resolved, and a test report is submitted and approved.


C.5.4   Implementation Management

The Contractor must provide the personnel, tools and test equipment, and materials required to deliver,
integrate and install all ASTI system components at designated FAA locations in accordance with the
requirements in Section F. The Contractor must provide any necessary staging and warehousing space
needed for implementation activities.

The Contractor must ensure that all ASTI system components are qualified to operate on the FAA’s
existing space segment provider network as defined in Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification,
Appendix E.

 The Contractor must provide full-time supervision and direction of contractor/subcontractor personnel
during all stages of the installation activity. The Contractor must assign an implementation manager who
will be the primary interface to the Alaskan Program Office and be responsible for all stages of the
implementation activity. The implementation manager must be located within 15 miles of the Anchorage
ARTCC. The Contractor must manage the transition of all new ASTI system components in a manner that
minimizes disruption to FAA operations in accordance with Attachment J-2, Transition Constraints.

The Contractor must provide an Implementation Plan governing all site implementation activities. The
Implementation Plan must contain the Contractor’s approach to planning, delivering, integrating and
installing ASTI system components. The Implementation Plan must also contain the specific approach to
transition all ASTI system components. The Contractor must consider the Attachment J-2, FAA
Transition Constraints document when developing the Implementation Plan. Once approved by the FAA,
the Implementation Plan must be used as the guideline for the coordination and conduct of all ASTI
implementation activities.

The Contractor must develop and include a site survey checklist as part of the Implementation Plan. The
site survey checklist must identify all information required by the Contractor to implement ASTI system
components at each site.

CDRL            XXXX            Implementation Plan


C.5.4.1 Site Surveys

The Contractor must conduct site surveys at FAA facilities in accordance with the approved Master
Program Schedule. Site surveys must include, but not be limited to, the identification of site preparation
work, space requirements, system installation constraints, cable lengths, , and power requirements. Any
specific assistance required from the FAA prior to implementing ASTI system components must be
identified during the site survey. Requests for FAA assistance will be handled on a case by case basis.
Before the site survey, the Contractor must identify any information that is required from the Government
to ensure a comprehensive survey.


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C.5.4.2 Site Specific Implementation Plan

The Contractor must prepare a Site Specific Implementation Plan (SSIP) to include but not be limited to,
site survey results, a description of work to be performed, detailed installation and schedule activities,
verification and cutover actions, risk identification and mitigation actions. The SSIP must address
specific transition issues applicable at the site. The contents of the SSIP will be included in a FAA
engineering package which will be reviewed and approved by FAA official responsible for the site.

CDRL XXXX                Site Specific Implementation Plan

C.5.4.3 Site Preparation

As ordered, the Contractor must perform site preparation work necessary at FAA facilities to prepare sites
for ASTI system component installation.


C.5.4.4 Stage I and II Deployments

The Contractor must implement ASTI system components and associated ancillary equipment (e.g.
cables, connectors) in accordance with the approved Implementation Plan and the Schedule Milestones
contained in Section F. The Contractor must build all associated cables to appropriate distances to limit
excessive lengths.

During the Stage I deployment, the Contractor will propose for FAA approval facilities to implement
ASTI system components consistent with the implementation strategy. The primary purpose of the Stage
I deployment is to provide the Contractor the opportunity to execute and refine all implementation and
transition related activities.

During the Stage II deployment, the Contractor must implement ASTI system components at the
remaining FAA facilities.

Contractor access to ASTI facility must be in accordance with Section 8.3 of Attachment J-2, Transition
Constraints. The FAA may permit the Contractor to perform implementation activities during normal
facility operational hours. The FAA, however, cannot guarantee that Contractor implementation activities
will always be accommodated during normal facility operating hours. The FAA will determine the
Contractor’s work hours on site.

Upon completion of implementation activities, the Contractor must be responsible for clean-up and
disposal of any shipping crates, packing materials, installation materials, and related items not required
for ASTI operation.

The Contractor must conduct a pre-deployment briefing prior to the start of each site implementation
activity, and a post-deployment briefing at the completion of each site implementation activity. Both
deployment briefings must be conducted in Anchorage.

C.5.4.5 NMCS Workstation

As ordered, the Contractor must deliver and install a NMCS Workstation in accordance with Section 5 of
Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification.




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C.5.4.6 Equipment Removal

Upon completion of implementation activities, the Contractor must remove, inventory, pack, and perform
all activities associated with shipping hardware as a result of implementation activities. The Contractor
must ship this equipment to a location specified by the FAA.

C.5.5   In-Service Management

C.5.5.1 NMCS Technical and Maintenance Support

The Contractor must provide technical and maintenance support for all aspects of the NMCS including,
operations, hardware and software. The Contractor technical and maintenance support must consist of
on-site and off-hour assistance to the FAA in performing NMCS operations and maintenance functions.
The technical and maintenance support functions must include, but not be limited to, set-up and
configuration assistance, script generation, NMCS operations, trouble shooting, and preventative and
corrective maintenance.

The Contractor must provide on-site technical and maintenance support at Anchorage ARTCC, Monday –
Friday, 8am – 4pm (AKST). Off-hours technical and maintenance phone support must be available
during all other hours. During off-hours, the Contractor must contact the FAA within 2 hours of a service
call.


C.5.5.2 Optional NMCS Technical and Maintenance Support

As ordered, the Contractor must provide technical and maintenance phone support for all aspects of the
NMCS including, operations, hardware and software. The Contractor must call back the FAA within 2
hours of a service call. The technical and maintenance phone support must include, but not be limited to,
set-up and configuration assistance, script generation, NMCS operations, trouble shooting, and
preventative and corrective maintenance.

The Contractor must describe their approach for providing technical and maintenance support for the
NMCS in a Maintenance Support Plan.

CDRL XXXX               Maintenance Support Plan


C.5.5.3 ASTI Maintenance

The Contractor must maintain all ASTI system components including the NMCS for 90 days after
successful completion of Site Acceptance Test. ASTI maintenance consists of all maintenance activities
performed on hardware/software while it is installed in its operating environment and includes both
corrective and preventive maintenance actions. The Contractor must describe their approach for
providing component maintenance in CDRL XXXX, Maintenance Support Plan.


C.5.5.4 Hardware and Software Updates

The Contractor must ensure that the FAA has access to all hardware and software updates (e.g. drivers,
security patches and updates) for all ASTI equipment for the life of the contract. The Contractor must
provide engineering analysis and support to assist the FAA with system updates.

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C.5.5.5 NMCS Sustainment

The Contractor must provide sustainment maintenance of the NMCS to ensure that all hardware and
software remains upgraded and supportable for the life of the contract. The Contractor must notify the
FAA if there are any changes to the NMCS (e.g. software version changes) and determine what
modifications would be required to implement the upgrades/modifications. The contractor must verify
that all NMCS sustainment actions are in accordance with the requirements of Attachment J-1, ASTI
Technical Specification. The Contractor shall submit an ECP for FAA review and approval. Once
approved by the FAA, the Contractor must implement the upgrades/modifications at all required ASTI
facilities.

C.5.6   Security Requirements

C.5.6.1 Security Certification & Authorization Support

The Contractor must provide assistance and support activities necessary to achieve Security Certification
& Authorization by the Government Designated Approving Authority (DAA) in accordance with FAA
Order 1370.82A. The Contractor must assist the FAA in developing a Security Certification &
Authorization Package (SCAP). The SCAP consist of an Information System Security Plan, System
Characterization, Contingency and Disaster Recovery Plan, Security Test Plan, Plan of Actions and
Milestones. The Contractor must also provide support to assist with vulnerability assessments, risk and
requirements analysis, and design reviews.
The Contractor must comply with NIST Special Publications 800-18, Guide for Development of Security
Plans for Information Technology Systems.
As ordered, the Contractor must assist the FAA with annual and three (3) year security re-certifications.


CDRL XXXX               Security Certification & Authorization Package

C.5.6.2 Personnel Security

The Contractor must comply with the personnel security requirements as specified in FAA Order
1600.1E, Personnel Security Program and FAA Order 1600.72 Contractor and Industrial Security
Program.
Contractor and subcontractor personnel requesting a personalized identification badge for accessing DOT
facilities will be required to complete FAA Standard Form 85P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions.

The Contractor must ensure that personnel who occupy positions designated as computer/automated data
processing sensitive shall be appropriately cleared and granted access prior to occupying such a position,
in accordance with Section I

C.5.6.3 Physical Security

The Contractor must comply with physical security requirements, procedures, and processes established
by the FAA in accordance with FAA Order 1600.69b.




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C.5.6.4 Security Workstation

As ordered, the Contractor must deliver and install a Security Workstation in accordance with Section 5 of
Attachment J-1, ASTI Technical Specification.

C.5.7   Training

The Contractor must develop, conduct and maintain ASTI operations and maintenance training to for the
life of the contract. The Contractor must develop, conduct and maintain the following training courses:

             a)   ASTI Technical Maintenance
             b)   NMCS Operations
             c)   NMCS Administration
             d)   NMCS Security

The Contractor must develop, conduct and maintain the ASTI Technical Maintenance and NMCS
Operations training in accordance with FAA-STD-028c, Contract Training Programs. The Contractor
must perform the training tasks in accordance with SOW sections 5.7.1 – 5.7.4 and prepare all course
materials in a FAA-approved Contractor format. The Contractor must modify/update existing FAA
training materials to reflect changes to the ASTI architecture and design.

The NMCS Administration and Security courses may be developed using Contractor format.

The ASTI Technical Maintenance and NMCS Operations training courses must not exceed 4 (four) weeks
in length and accommodate at least 10 students.

The Contractor must provide interim training on any ASTI component installed and acceptance prior to
the development and approval of formal training courses. Interim training courses may be developed
using Contractor format.

As ordered, the Contractor must train designated FAA officials to conduct the ASTI Technical
Maintenance and NMCS Operations training courses. The Contractor must use the FAA approved
training materials as reference and provide the additional information to ensure an effective transition of
the training responsibility.

CDRL XXXX         ASTI Technical Maintenance CDRL XXXX                                                        Formatted: Font: Bold
CDRL XXXX         NMCS Operations            CDRL XXXX
CDRL XXXX         NMCS Administration        CDRL XXXX
CDRLXXXX          NMCS Security                   CDRL XXXX


C.5.7.1 Training Guidance Conference

The Contractor must participate in a FAA ASTI Training Guidance Conference (TGC). The purpose of
the TGC is to ensure understanding of all training requirements, deliverables and plans associated with
the ASTI system. The TGC may be held at the Contractor or FAA facility.

During the TGC, the Contractor must be prepared to discuss their understanding of the work to be
performed, training requirements, and other related items wherein the Contractor desires FAA guidance.
At a minimum, the TGC shall include the following:


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            a. Review of contract requirements such as training deliverables, personnel, schedules,
               training locations, and FAA-STD-028c.
            b. Presentation of Contractor personnel qualifications to include educational/training
               degrees and previous training development experience. The Contractor shall submit a
               Personnel Qualifications Report that describes the experience and training of each person
               assigned to develop courseware and conduct classes.
            c. Discussion of the Contractor’s schedule for completing the training development process
               and the requirements associated with each deliverable.
            d. Deliverable review and comment process.
            e. Discussion of methods for completing the Task and Skills Analysis.
            f. Discussion of the Training Development Plan (TDP).
            g. Discussion of the media and strategy options to be considered for each course, i.e.,
               classroom instruction, computer based instruction (CBI), hands-on training, or
               simulation.
            h. Discussion of criteria for Training Course Design Reviews.


C.5.7.2 Training Reviews

The Contractor must conduct In-Process Reviews (IPR) to review training deliverables and to discuss
training issues that require mutual resolution or further clarification. The FAA will provide guidance
regarding the frequency and schedule for in-process reviews at the TGC. The IPRs can be conducted at
the Contractor or FAA facility.


C.5.7.3 Training Material

The Contractor must develop training and reference materials to support delivered training. Course
materials must include, but not be limited to, the following:

                 a.   Instructor lesson plans
                 b.   Student materials, guides, and handouts
                 c.   Media materials
                 d.   End-of-course examination
                 e.   COTS training materials
                 f.   End-of-course questionnaire
                 g.   Certificate of training
                 h.   Technical instruction books

The Contractor must submit all course materials for review and approval prior to conducting training
classes. The Contractor must provide course materials to each student as a part of course conduct.


C.5.7.4 Training Facilities and Equipment

The Contractor must conduct the ASTI Technical Maintenance and NMCS Operations training courses at
the FAA Test and Training Facility in Anchorage. The NMCS Administration and Security training
courses may be conducted at a Contractor or FAA facility. The Contractor may conduct interim training
courses at Contractor or FAA facilities.




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The Contractor must provide any additional equipment, tools, and training aids beyond what is contained
in the FAA Test and Training Facility. The following sections only apply to the ASTI Technical
Maintenance and NMCS Operations training courses.

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C.5.8C.5.7.5    Training Development

C.5.9C.5.7.5.1 Task and Skills Analysis

C.5.10 The Contractor must develop and submit a TASA that describes the knowledge and skills
necessary to install, operation, and troubleshoot the ASTI system.

C.5.11C.5.7.5.2 Training Development Plan

C.5.12 The Contractor must develop and submit a TDP that describes their approach to providing
training to designated FAA personnel. The Contractor must include decisions regarding media and
instructional methods.

C.5.13C.5.7.5.3 Course Design Guide

C.5.14 The Contractor must develop and submit a CDG that describes the objectives, content,
instructional activities, media, and test methods for course development.

C.5.15C.5.7.5.4 Course Walk Through

C.5.16 The Contractor must provide all training materials and support necessary to conduct a course
walk-through of all ASTI system course materials. The Contractor must correct all deficiencies
encountered while conducting the course walk-through prior to First Course Conduct.

C.5.17C.5.7.5.5 First Course Conduct

C.5.18 The Contractor must provide all training materials and support necessary to conduct a First
Course at the Test and Training Facility. The Contractor must prepare a course report at the conclusion of
the First Course Conduct that summarizes the results and any observations from the course.

C.5.19C.5.7.5.6 Course Exam

C.5.20 The Contractor must provide a course exam to all participants to test their knowledge of the
training subject matter.

C.5.21C.5.7.5.7 Training Evaluation

C.5.22 The Contractor must provide each student a training evaluation questionnaire at the conclusion of
the course. The Contractor shall include all completed questionnaires with the Course Report after the
First Course Conduct. The results from questionnaires administered after subsequent courses must be
provided to the Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR).

C.5.23C.5.7.5.8 Certificate of Training

C.5.24 The Contractor must provide a Certificate of Training to each course graduate and class roster to
the COTR at the conclusion of each class.
C.5.25

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C.5.26 CDRL XXXX               Training Development Documents

C.5.27C.5.8    Technical Documentation

The Contractor must provide an ASTI Technical Instruction Book, NMCS User and Administrator Guide,
Support/Test Equipment Manuals and As-Built drawings to assist FAA personnel with the knowledge and
skills required to perform their respective duties related to the ASTI network.

C.5.27.1C.5.8.1 ASTI Technical Instruction Books

The Contractor must develop and submit for a Technical Instruction Book (TIB) for the ASTI network
and NMCS in accordance with FAA-D-2494B. The Contractor must supplement COTS manuals if
appropriate to fully describe the ASTI system. Theory of operation must be the simplified theory of
operation in accordance with FAA-D-2494B, paragraph 3.6.11.1.


The Contractor must submit a plan that describes their approach to the development of the TIBs. At a
minimum, the plan must include sample drawings and proposed text to be used in the TIBs. The
Contractor must conduct in-process reviews in accordance with FAA-D-2494B, paragraph 3.3.1.1. In-
process reviews may be held at FAA or Contractor facility. At a minimum, the Contractor must provide a
draft TIB, drawings, illustrations, and any support materials to assist in the review.


CDRL XXXX             Technical Instruction Book – ASTI Network
CDRL          XXXX            Technical Instruction Book - NMCS

C.5.27.2C.5.8.2 ASTI NMCS User and Administrator Guides

The Contractor must develop and submit for FAA review and approval an ASTI NMCS User and
Administrator Guide in accordance with FAA-D-2494B. The Contractor must evaluate any COTS
instruction materials for compliance with FAA-D-2494, Appendix 1. The Contractor must supplement
COTS manuals if appropriate to develop the Guides. Theory of operation must be the simplified theory
of operation in accordance with FAA-D-2492B, paragraph 3.6.11.1.
CDRL XXXX             ASTI NMCS Guide
CDRL XXXX             ASTI Administrator Guide

C.5.27.3C.5.8.3 Support/Test Equipment Manuals

The Contractor must provide commercial manuals for the operation, description, maintenance, and repair
of the Contractor peculiar furnished support/test equipment.

C.5.27.4C.5.8.4 As-Built Drawings

The Contractor must update FAA as-built drawings resulting from the ASTI system component
implementation.

CDRL XXXX              As-Built Drawings




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C.5.28C.5.9     Logistics Support

C.5.28.1C.5.9.1 Logistics Management Information (LMI)

The Contractor must provide Logistics Management Information (LMI) data that represents the physical
top-down breakdown system design configuration including systems, subsystems, components,
assemblies, subassemblies, support and test equipment, and training equipment required to support the
ASTI system. Data submitted shall be to the component level for all developmental items and to the Line
Replaceable Unit (LRU) level for all COTS and nondevelopmental items.

C.5.28.2C.5.9.2 Provisioning Conference

The Contractor must conduct a Provisioning Conference at the Contractor’s facility to address the new
items for the ASTI system. At a minimum, the Provisioning Conference must include the following:

       LMI component level data for all developmental items and LRU data for all COTS and
        nondevelopmental items in accordance with MIL-PRF-49506.
       Recommended spares list for site and depot spares.
       One complete set of assembly and detail drawings for each new item.
       Samples of end item, spares and assemblies.
       A listing and samples of support and test equipment of all common and peculiar equipment
        required to support the ASTI system.
       Equipment required to inspect, test, calibrate, service, repair a LRU including any ancillary
        equipment (e.g. test cables, connectors, extender kits, and adapters).

The Contractor must provide personnel and tools to disassemble the equipment to the extent required by
the FAA provisioning team.

CDRL XXXX Logistics Management Information Data Products
CDRL XXXX Top-Down Breakdown Structure
CDRL XXXX Support and Test Equipment List


C.5.28.3C.5.9.3 Bar Coding

The Contractor must utilize bar code symbolgy standard UCC/EAN Code 128 to identify ASTI system
components at the LRU level. The Contractor must provide a listing of all ASTI system components that
have been identified with a bar code label in an Asset Identification Report.

CDRL XXXX        Asset Identification Report

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