Dr. Yong Guan
Proposal Title: VoIP E911 Services and Security
• Emergency Calling:911 in US, 112 in Europe, others elsewhere
• General Issues in VoIP E911 Services
Audio, Video, § Caller-ID
VoIP based Instant Message § Location Determination
Media • Existing solutions are either weak or expensive
• Goal: Design reliable and secure VoIP Caller-ID service that
Audio, Video, • Tracing Anonymous VoIP Calls for Forensics Purpose
Audio, Instant Instant Message
§ SIP-based, H323-based, Skype Systems
Proposed Technical Approach: Rough Order of Magnitude Cost and Schedule:
We approach the design of reliable and secure VoIP Period of performance and total costs: 12 months, $25,000
Caller-ID service that support mobility using
embedding identifier information into audio streams Deliverables:
as well as computation-efficient cryptographic Prototype system and source code of our VoIP Caller-ID
operations for signaling purpose design
Current Status Design Report, Test Reports, and User Manual
One MS thesis: On-going Conference/Journal Publications
Task 1: Security Analysis of VoIP Services PI: Dr. Yong Guan, Department of Electrical and Computer
Task 2: VoIP Caller ID Design Engineering & Information Assurance Center, Iowa State
Taks 3: Tracing Anonymous Calls for SIP-based, H323- University, Ames, IA 50011. Phone: (515) 294-8378, Email:
based, Skype VoIP Systems email@example.com.
Broad Agency Announcement N39998-99-Q-0101 ABC Inc.
SAMPLE Mission Area: Physical Security
Requirement Number: 664 / PS-664-ABC-12345-1
Proposal Title: Blast Distribution Modeling for Buildings
Blast Distribution Modeling for Buildings Operational Capability to be Provided:
•Compile database of blast debris generated from actual
events and field testing.
•Empirical model that will predict size, mass, velocity and
distribution of debris produced inside buildings by bombs.
–Model will consider windows, walls, utility systems,
office equipment, and furnishings as sources.
–Model will use charge weight, location, building
characteristics, and equipment as input data
•User friendly windows version of model will add credibility to
force protection vulnerability assessments, show benefit of
upgrades to facilities.
Proposed Technical Approach: New effort ROM Cost & Schedule:
Task 1: •Task 1 period of performance is 4 months; Task 2 begins after the
completion of Task 1 for a period of 8 months.
•Gather data from actual blast events and tests.
•Total Period of Performance is 12 months
(Embassy Bombings, TSWG-sponsored wall studies,
•Task 1 - ROM Cost of $20,000
British, Israeli tests). •Task 2 - ROM Cost of $100,000; $20,000 for Govt Validation
•Evaluate and tabulate data into categories with like •Total Cost is $140,000
characteristics and distribution patterns as a function Deliverables
of charge weight, location, building characteristics, •Technical Report describing debris data sources & complied results
and source of debris. •Technical Report describing model and techniques to replicate
Task 2: compiled data and blast debris response scenarios
•Develop debris distribution model(s) that replicate •Software model for rapid distribution and use by force protection
debris data showing size, mass, velocity, & teams
distribution. •User Manuals; Database Description; Computer Program End Item;
•Validate model against new tests and other data Progress/Status Reports; Final Report, Video; Transition Plan
sources. Corporate Information:
•Develop user friendly Blast Debris Model software •ABC Inc, Jane Doe, 111 Main Street, Anytown, VA 22102
and manual to run in Windows 98/NT environment. •Phone: (703) 222-8888, Fax: (703) 222-8889
SAMPLE •Email: firstname.lastname@example.org