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									                                     Experience Summary

3.1 Research and Development Experience:

N66604-00-D-151B Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon is currently providing R&D support for the
LBVDS information processing algorithms. Anteon developed software to translate the LBVDS
Demonstration Model recording data to a format compatible with the NUWC off-line processors.
Additionally, Anteon evaluated signal processing algorithms used in AN/SQQ-89 variants to
identify shortcomings, and develop improved algorithms to support improved warfighting
capability.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided in-depth research and analysis of material system integration methodologies for the
DDG-51 Program Ship Design Office. Ensured incorporation and proper interpretation of
materials engineering disciplines including corrosion control, metals and fabrication, hazardous
materials management, and non-metallic materials application. Task included providing data and
records management and support for ship specification sections 074, 508, 630, 631, 632, 633,
634, and 636.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Developed the Operational Requirements Document (ORD), System Performance Specification,
and System Interface Control Document for the Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System
(RAMICS) concept based on the assessment of system requirements. Performed an analysis to
determine the design parameter values required to achieve acceptable system operation.
Determined the following: required helicopter positions based on test results and hardware
operational requirements; satisfactory completion of a reduced recoil gun turret and cradle
design; number of gun firing cycles expected in peacetime, training, and wartime operations; and
level of recoil without degrading the expected life of the airframe. Supported Concept of
Operations (CONOPS) development.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Developed the system requirements, system design, architecture and interface definitions for the
next generation thin line towed array for submarine deployment. Subsystems include inboard
processing suite, signal path and towed body. Key technologies include low noise lasers,
interrogation optics and processing algorithms, electro-optic rotary joints and lightweight
electro-optic tow cables. System engineering products were validated through the engineering
trade studies and analysis including acoustic performance analysis, combat system interface trade
studies and reliability modeling. Prototypes of key system components were evaluated through a
structured critical item test program to ensure allocated performance parameters could be
achieved in accordance with system design requirements. Key program milestones have been
accomplished on schedule including System Requirements Review and System Design Review.

N00024-98-C-6203 CSC
Worked in close cooperation with NUWC to develop a common set of requirements for next
generation Navy standard telemetry electronics to support all towed system requirements.
Requirements document was approved by the Towed Array Integrated Product Team (TAIPT),
which included members from PMS425, PMS415, PMS411, SPAWAR and NUWC. Developed
system design and architecture that optimized the use of commercial components, industry
standard networks and low cost pressure tolerant packaging techniques to achieve all defined
requirements. Validated telemetry performance through the conduct of a robust risk reduction
test program with NUWC. Defined a standard combat system interface for all submarine towed
systems resulting in successful integration into ARCI. Telemetry developed under this contract
is currently in production to support broad range of US Navy towed array requirements including
TB-29A, Twinline, MFTA and TB-16G.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N66001-03-D-5010 Integrated Consultants
Managed the execution of a cryogenic process investigation for support to advanced electronic
RF specification enhancement of superconducting apparatus. The increased mean useful life
cryogenic equipment has application across a wide range of future naval electronic systems. The
initial phase of this task included the determination of facility and apparatus parameters
necessary for an effective cryogenic research laboratory that develops superconducting tactical
process systems.

N61331-03-F-3703 TSI
TSI provided technical support in updating Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) doctrine,
training, tactics, techniques, procedures, and publications and their implementation. These efforts
include development and review of AMCM Naval Warfare Publications (NWPs) and acting as
reviewing authority for AMCM NWPs. In addition, coordinate the agenda, record and
promulgate the minutes and action items of the AMCM Tactics IPT. Also, serve as liaison to the
COMINEWARCOM Operations Tactics Group (OTG) and coordinate Fleet input for proposed
projects from AMCM Units, laboratories, and tactical deficiencies found through AMCM
exercises and operations. Present proposals to the AMCM OTG. Coordinate Fleet input to the
Mine Warfare Readiness and Effectiveness Measuring (MIREM) IPT. Review Fleet operational,
exercise results and MIREM reports, and make recommendations to AMCM tactical
improvements. Coordinate Fleet AMCM MEDAL upgrade/recommendations to
COMINEWARCOM and develop Fleet AMCM C4I recommendations for ongoing C4I
programs. Act as liaison with Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapon Systems Training
School (AWSTS) for AMCM Tactics Training upgrade. Serve as instructor at the AMCM
Tactics Continuum at NSWC Panama City.

N61331-03-F-1370 TSI
TSI provided technical support in updating Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) doctrine,
training, tactics, techniques, procedures, and publications and their implementation. These efforts
include development and review of AMCM Naval Warfare Publications (NWPs) and acting as
reviewing authority for AMCM NWPs. In addition, coordinate the agenda, record and
promulgate the minutes and action items of the AMCM Tactics IPT. Also, serve as liaison to the
COMINEWARCOM Operations Tactics Group (OTG) and coordinate Fleet input for proposed
projects from AMCM Units, laboratories, and tactical deficiencies found through AMCM
exercises and operations. Present proposals to the AMCM OTG. Coordinate Fleet input to the
Mine Warfare Readiness and Effectiveness Measuring (MIREM) IPT. Review Fleet operational,
exercise results and MIREM reports, and make recommendations to AMCM tactical
improvements. Coordinate Fleet AMCM MEDAL upgrade/recommendations to
COMINEWARCOM and develop Fleet AMCM C4I recommendations for ongoing C4I
programs. Act as liaison with Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapon Systems Training
School (AWSTS) for AMCM Tactics Training upgrade. Serve as instructor at the AMCM
Tactics Continuum at NSWC Panama City.

3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Experience:

N00189-03-D-0004 Anteon
Under this current contract, Anteon provides engineering support services during the support
phase to field systems. Anteon is performing tasking such as: providing industrial fabrication
services, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface Anti-Submarine
Warfare (ASW) and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs; fabrication, installation drawing
development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-approved property
management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and GFM to installation
sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based facilities.

N00167-99-D-0001 Anteon
Under this contract with NSWCCD’s System Engineering Station, Philadelphia, Anteon supports
shipboard machinery systems engineering development and evaluation, including process
engineering assessment and comparison of technologies contributing to machinery cost and
performance and recommend solutions and system specifications.

N63394-97-D-1116 Anteon
Anteon provides MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) and MK 13 and 26 Guided Missile
Launching System (GMLS) engineering and field service support at the Port Hueneme Division
Naval Surface Warfare Center (PHD NSWC) and on-site at waterfront locations in support of the
U.S. and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) fleet. Support provided includes engineering and
technical expertise to solve problems relating to launcher installation, alignment matters,
equipment problems and discrepancies and to provide checkout testing verification. In support of
short-term availabilities such as SRAs and DSRAs, Anteon has provided both VLS Test
Directors (TDs) and SMTs to perform work packages such as installation of Ordnance
Alterations (ORDALTs) and in support of launcher deck resurfacing.

N00024-99-C-6337 Areté Associates
CPIF Engineering Development Model contract for design, fabrication, integration, test, and
delivery of laser based underwater mine identification sensor for the Navy’s Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures program (PMS-210, PEO-LUW). Performed complete requirements
flowdown, preliminary design, and critical design. Prepared all design documentation (hardware
and software) including SDD, IRD, PIDS, CIDS (each HWCI), PDR, and CDR. Conducted
formal review with IPT throughout program.

N00421-97-D-1213 ARINC
Provided system engineering, development, integration, and technical documentation support
services to NAWCAD, Patuxent River, MD, to upgrade the CH-53 Communication Display and
Navigation Unit (CDNU) software to provide improved integrated control of aircraft avionics
systems. Technical and engineering support included: analyzing and evaluating candidate
displays and equipment, developing conceptual display formats, supporting cockpit equipment
arrangement design activities, and program/project planning and coordination. Evaluated and
analyzed the components of the existing CH-53 communications and navigation systems to
define characteristics of the system and to determine the potential need for additional equipment
that may be required for the CDNU.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided engineering analysis, system integration, and test support to NSWC-PC and PMS 210
for conduct of a design requirements analysis and engineering analysis for Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures (OAMCM) concepts. This included providing support to the OAMCM
Weapon System Integration Team in the concept design and interface of the Airborne Mine
Countermeasures (AMCM) equipment to the MH-60S airframe. This effort entailed the
methodologies to analyze the interface problems, determine Fleet requirements, assist in the
design, and provide program support for the design of the Carriage, Stream, Tow, and Recovery
System (CSTRS) and associated hardware. This effort also included conducting an Engineering
Analysis to provide load calculations requested by PMS 210 and modifying the two OAMCM
Lift Mechanisms. Designed and fabricated a test fixture to conduct initial load test at the
Contractor facility. Updated the engineering drawing package.

N66001-00-5092 ARINC
Provided engineering support to SSC SD for architecture review and new technology evaluation,
configuration, test, and documentation of the Automated Digital Network System (ADNS)
systems for the USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19) and the USS Green Bay (LPD-20). ADNS uses
commercial off the shelf protocols (IP, ATM), processors, and routers to create a robust and
flexible networking/communications environment for Navy communications systems. Provided
Navy Change Request (NCR) support for ADNS 144E; provided engineering support with
testing, documentation, and training on the ADNS Baseband system; provided ADNS
engineering and integration testing support in the Joint Integrated Communications Facility
(JICF) and Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station (NCTAMS).

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Under this contract, Engineering, System Engineering, and Process Engineering Support was
performed for STANDARD Missile, VLS, ESSM, PEO IWS, and JPO-STC. Major products
and services that were delivered include top-level specifications, engineering drawing reviews,
trade studies, test reports, vulnerability assessments, and change proposal analyses.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Developed the system requirements, system design, architecture and interface definitions for the
next generation thin line towed array for submarine deployment. Subsystems include inboard
processing suite, signal path and towed body. Key technologies include low noise lasers,
interrogation optics and processing algorithms, electro-optic rotary joints and lightweight
electro-optic tow cables. System engineering products were validated through the engineering
trade studies and analysis including acoustic performance analysis, combat system interface trade
studies and reliability modeling. Prototypes of key system components were evaluated through a
structured critical item test program to ensure allocated performance parameters could be
achieved in accordance with system design requirements. Key program milestones have been
accomplished on schedule including System Requirements Review and System Design Review.
Fiber Optic Thin Line array design provides equivalent performance to the TB-29 with
substantially improved reliability and associated reduction in life cycle costs.
Defined technical approach and system architecture for the next generation fat-line towed array,
TB-16G. Developed robust test program to ensure system performance is compliant with all
requirements of the performance specification. System design provides acoustic and non-
acoustic performance equivalent to the TB-16F while substantially reducing unit cost and
maintaining compatibility with all shipboard interfaces (combat system, handling system, tow
cable interfaces).

N00024-98-C-6203 CSC
Worked in close cooperation with NUWC to develop a common set of requirements for next
generation Navy standard telemetry electronics to support all towed system requirements.
Requirements document was approved by the Towed Array Integrated Product Team (TAIPT),
which included members from PMS425, PMS415, PMS411, SPAWAR and NUWC. Developed
system design and architecture that optimized the use of commercial components, industry
standard networks and low cost pressure tolerant packaging techniques to achieve all defined
requirements. Validated telemetry performance through the conduct of a robust risk reduction
test program with NUWC. Defined a standard combat system interface for all submarine towed
systems resulting in successful integration into ARCI. Telemetry developed under this contract
is currently in production to support broad range of US Navy towed array requirements including
TB-29A, Twinline, MFTA and TB-16G.
Participated in towed array integrated product teams to develop TB-29A, Multi-function towed
array and TB-29A Twinline and TB-16G. Role in cooperative with NAVSEA, NUWC and other
industry participants included system design, test program definition, compliance verification
testing and evaluation of performance data.
N61331-00-D-0019 DO 177, DO 147, DO 122, DO 109, DO 060, DO 050 DMR
These deliver orders were for support of the BPS system. Under these delivery orders for this
program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided development of new program documentation to include
an initial operations manual, technical drawings, illustrations and parts lists. DMR Consulting,
Inc also provided strategic planning to the Program Manager for all technical, program
management, and logistics tasks. These orders also included meeting support and the
development of presentation materials.

N00148-01-D-0048 Tri Star
Provided systems engineering support and on site experience of numerous shipboard installations
as well as having planned and executed many operational and developmental tests for integrated
shipboard defensive systems. Analyzed adequacy of plans in order to address integration of
proposed products with existing or future systems. Team members supplied experience at sea
including not only operational testing, troubleshooting, and installation but also deployment
under combat conditions, to provide comprehensive, effective services matched to both
operational and technical integration requirements. Utilized proven approach in planning for the
support of test, integration, and subsequent deployment of prototypes and production systems as
an event(s) growing through a natural progression of operational requirement, technical
configuration, installation plan, independent system verification, and system integration, to
certification of readiness for fleet introduction. Tri Star’s work in this area has encompassed the
AN/SPY-1, AN/SPS-48(V), AN/SPS-67(V), AN/SLQ-48, AN/SPQ-9B, Battle Force Tactical
Trainer (BFTT), and Surface Electronic Warfare Systems.

N00174-02-D-0009 Tri Star
Tri Star provides program, project, systems engineering, environmental, and facility support
related to both industry and ongoing operations nationwide on behalf of Naval Sea Systems
Command Navy Industrial Equipment and Government-Owned Contractor-Operated (GOCO)
Branch (NAVSEA 04X13). Services where also provided to various GOCO and government
sites at Navy Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plants. Tri Star provides thorough knowledge of the
acquisition life cycle (cradle to grave), with special emphasis on system engineering and
integration issues.

F08637-01-C-6001 Wintec
MVACS was a Firm-Fixed Price contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Force
Protection Branch (AFRL/MLQF) to develop a systems architecture to be demonstrated on a
variety of existing unmanned vehicles. MVACS provided an architecture for simultaneous
control of and cooperation between multiple unmanned vehicles operating under user control,
semi-autonomously, or autonomously. The MVACS product provides the architectural
infrastructure on which more advanced and user-friendly unmanned systems can be built. The
developmental effort spent on the MVACS will be directly applied to a variety of future
developmental systems. The software libraries for vehicle control, path planning, sensor
integration, and operator control unit development were developed in accordance with the Joint
Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS). This allows for their rapid integration into any
JAUS compliant system. MVACS is the foundational architecture for several prototype force
protection systems. The architecture was utilized and demonstrated during a DTRA funded
demonstration in the Florida panhandle in 2003. This exercise was conducted to evaluate
homeland defense capabilities and involved the control of unmanned ground, air, surface, and
underwater systems.

F08630-02-C-0015 Wintec
OASIS is a contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Munitions Directorate, Flight
Vehicles Branch (AFRL/MNAV) to develop a basic Application Programming Interface (API)
which will form the basis of future “plug and play” approaches to weapon to aircraft integration.
OASIS is one of the building blocks of the Air Force’s current Universal Armament Interface
(UAI). Under OASIS, WINTEC is providing Systems Engineering support to the UAI process
by coordinating a Super JICWG composed of all of the major aircraft and weapons OEMs and
Air Force Program Offices. Both the architecture development and support of larger government
effort demonstrate the ability to support the Seaport Enhanced contract efforts.
WINTEC is clearly demonstrating the ability to support a Systems Engineering process under
OASIS. WINTEC has technically supported a government working group to define the
requirements of a Universal Armament Interface for a plug and play weapons capability that will
meet the needs of the future warfighter. In support of the UAI working group, WINTEC has
technically guided the government participants through a systematic consideration of the
requirements and helped them synthesize and evaluate alternative concepts. This has led to the
identification of core technology developments which will be required for a UAI.
UAI will be a significant modification effort to existing weapons platforms. There is, therefore,
a need for a Super Joint Interface Control Working Group (JICWG). WINTEC will host this
group and has already delivered the initial drafts of a common interface control document (ICD)
for the precision guided air-to-ground munitions for coordination within this group.

3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Experience:

N66604-02-D-1778 Anteon
Under this contract for NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon supports the Weapons Analysis Facility
(WAF), the Navy’s premier hardware-in-the-loop torpedo simulation lab. The software
development team provides design, development, integration analysis and testing services to all
aspects of the WAF Simulation Software System. This includes studies and analysis related to
modifications to algorithms for the creation of Synthetic Ocean Environments, Environmental
modeling of Reverberation and Transmission Loss, Signal Processing, Generation and Inverse
Beamforming, and modeling of Synthetic Platforms and Weapons.

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC
Developed and applied the Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) model to enable risk
assessments to be developed and applied to specific hazard-induced Critical Infrastructure (CI)
element disruptions and to assess their impact on mission functions. This model was utilized
during more than 50 site assessments to develop relevant site vulnerabilities and prioritize
mitigation requirements. The HVA model became the basis for developing a refined Mission
Impact Analysis (MIA) Process that incorporated the basic HVA elements and allowed site
assessment analysts to identify the cumulative impact of the loss or degradation of specific
mission functions with respect to primary mission-essential requirements due to the loss of a CI
element. ARINC applied this process to the most recent site assessments performed for the Joint
Program Office for Special Technology Countermeasures (JPO-STC) at NSWC Dahlgren.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Analyzed current and historical information relating to plume and fragmentation hazards
resulting from underwater mine detonations to determine potential hazards to the OASIS system
and tow platform. Devised method to correlate and illustrate relationships between mine depth
versus plume and fragmentation hazard areas for each possible OASIS mine threat. Created a
detailed, unclassified paper describing the process and assumptions, including representative
charts and graphs using generic mine charge weights to illustrate the range of possibilities.
Produced a logical representation of the RAMICS positioning process to determine the design
parameters influencing MH-60 helicopter positioning during a RAMICS operation. The data was
documented in the RAMICS Engagement Scenario and RAMICS Initial Helicopter Position
Strategy papers.

N66001-98-D-5017 ARINC
Modeled and analyzed current and future Naval GPS testing needs by documenting Advanced
Global Navigation Simulation (AGNS) system requirements, developing AGNS software
requirements document, and providing inputs to AGNS hardware requirements document and
ICD. Developed Software Design Document defining AGNS algorithms. Developed AGNS
software requirements traceability matrix. Updated and developed new algorithms for AGNS
software models, including code and carrier control, code generation, vehicle lever arm and
orientation, almanac and ephemeris propagation, and Military Navigation (MNAV) message
generation and encoding. Developed simulator scenarios and executed tests to validate AGNS
can generate all GPS signal characteristics defined in ICD-GPS-200. Produced the AGNS test
report that summarized the AGNS configuration and scenarios run during testing. Developed test
software and scenarios to test AGNS functionality and identify design errors.

G91000SJ02 CME
Intelligent Power Management System (IPMS). This contract was for the development of an
IPMS system for integration in US Army shelters and vehicles using current embedded systems
design, advanced power electronics, and intelligent power controllers. IPMS currently manages
AC and DC power distribution networks while also monitoring multiple power sources and all
linked circuits to provide feedback on the state and health of the power network. This system
was modeled then prototyped and installed for evaluation and test into a military vehicle. In
recognition of excellence demonstrated by CME on the IPMS project, the Small Business
Administration awarded CME the 1999 National Tibbetts Award.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N66604-02-D-1118 Northrop Grumman - Submarine Simulation/Stimulation.
Under the Submarine Sim/Stim contract, Northrop Grumman provides software modeling in the
context of supporting laboratory development of combat control systems as well as to support
submarine training systems. Software models include medium to high fidelity ownship, ocean
models, acoustics, weapons, and other sensor simulations, all of which drive the tactical
interfaces required for combat system testing and highly realistic training. For example, the
Sim/Stim ADCAP torpedo model perfectly mimics the behavior of the real weapon, providing
the Combat System operator all of the expected transitional sequences of a torpedo attack, as
well as a full menu of fault conditions. Northrop Grumman’s specific expertise includes the in-
depth understanding of undersea warfare systems, including weapon and acoustic systems, and
how to best model them to attain the desired simulation and training effect. NG also has provided
support to this project in its drive to lead NUWC’s CMM accreditation, while supporting the
Quality Assurance objectives of the program.

3.4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Experience:

N00189-98-D-0037 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon has provided prototyping, pre-production, and fabrication services to
fielded systems. Anteon has performed tasking such as: providing fabrication and machining,
develop mockups, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface Anti-
Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs.

N61331-03-C-0026 Anteon
This contract, executed under LM PO FFM004011 for AMNS system, Anteon provided
Mechanical Engineering Design, rapid prototyping, and fabrication services in supporting
NSWC-PC for the in-water assembly and cradle for the AMNS system, along with shipping and
storage containers. Specifically, Anteon designed the in-water release mechanisms for the
neutralizer and the fiber optic spool and fabricated the in-water assembly.

N66604-98-D-2490 Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon provided systems engineering and ancillary
engineering/system prototyping support to the Communications/Electronic Support Measures
Program. Anteon developed, fabricated and tested multiple prototype units for T&E aboard
multiple platforms demonstrating compliance of the equipment and system design with
specifications/fleet system requirements.
N63394-97-D-2106 Anteon
Anteon provides engineering, technical and scientific services in support of fleet corrosion issues
for NSWC PHD under contract N63394-97-2106. Anteon technical personnel have provided
research and testing of corrosion resistant materials and have made recommendations for new
materials, as well as have provided design input for development of prototype models. Anteon
has participated during on-site inspection of water jet titanium cut parts and ultrasonic testing of
weld joint samples for door and hatch enclosures.

N00024-99-C-6337 Areté Associates
CPIF Engineering Development Model contract for design, fabrication, integration, test, and
delivery of laser based underwater mine identification sensor for the Navy’s Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures program (PMS-210, PEO-LUW). Performed fabrication, integration,
characterization, environmental testing, and acceptance testing of mine countermeasures system.
Fabrication included optical, mechanical and electronic systems and subsystems. Effort included
development of test articles, special purpose test equipment, and mass models.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Reverse engineered, re-engineered to eliminate obsolescence, and fabricated three prototype
proof of principle cabin heater control units that are form, fit, and function replacements for the
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) assembly (OEM P/N: S6156-62076). Following
successful contractors Quality Control inspection, delivered three prototypes for Government
tailored testing. Units successfully passed Government testing.

N66001-98-D-5017 ARINC
Developed the Defense Advanced Small Serial Interface (SSI) Host (DASH) Card and Box
prototype to provide the physical/electrical interfaces between the SSI card and the Precision
Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) exterior packaging. DASH Card converts the SSI card
electrical characteristics to the PLGR level electrical characteristics. DASH Box interfaces the
DASH card to existing PLGR integrations. Card provides switching circuitry to support Mode 3
(SINCGARS) interfaces with the Ground-Based GPS Receiver Application Module (GB-
GRAM), sharing the single 6-pin audio connector provided by the PLGR shell. DASH Card
converts 2 of the data port signal types (BDDP CMOS to RS-232; COM2 CMOS to RS-422).

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system development and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemical analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Designed, fabricated, assembled and tested prototype sensor systems to support the development
of next generation thin line and next generation fatline towed arrays. Fiber optic Thinline
prototypes for all key system components (lightweight tow cable, acoustic module, vibration
isolation modules) were designed, fabricated, assembled and tested to confirm compliance with
allocated performance parameters. Individual components were evaluated at CSC and NUWC
facilities as appropriate to minimize cost and schedule. System level performance tests were
conducted at Government facilities including Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho.
Prototypes for TB-16G critical components were fabricated to support design certification tests.
Prototype components included telemetry electronics, module hose assemblies, forward interface
modules, vibration isolation modules and wideband channel assemblies. Information gained
from the prototype test and evaluation supported the development of the final design data
resulting in successful first article performance verification testing.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Provided program management and support for the total contract. Contract scope includes
development, production and life cycle support of affordable towed arrays. Funded activities
include the development and qualification of the fiber optic thin line array and the TB-16G
fatline array for the US Navy. Program Management responsibilities include coordination with
the customer (NAVSEA PMS401) and the lead Navy Lab (NUWC). Directed efforts through
the establishment of program baseline products including statement of work, work breakdown
structure, integrated program scheduled and earned value measurement system for all active
efforts. Efforts include the management of key subcontractors including Lockheed Martin and
General Dynamics to achieve overall program objectives. Robust risk management processes
have been implemented to ensure products developed and transitioned to production achieve end
user requirements and are delivered within contract schedule and cost constraints. Programs
have demonstrated CSC’s ability to accelerate the design, manufacture, test and delivery of
affordable towed array systems to the fleet.

N00024-98-C-6203 CSC
Tasks included development of the Gould Island Acoustic Test Range for NUWC. Efforts
included the design, prototype assembly, and test of the range acoustic data acquisition system
and communication system. The range was successfully installed and currently supports NUWC
evaluation of unmanned underwater vehicles
In addition, prototypes of the TAIPT telemetry were fabricated and tested in various array
configurations to validate performance. Universal test harness configurations were designed,
fabricated and integrated with telemetry to ensure operation in the final array configuration
achieves performance objectives. This asset has proven invaluable in the life cycle support of
arrays and telemetry products in the fleet.

N61331-04-D-001 Gryphon, LLC
Gryphon is providing R&D, technical engineering and lifecycle support to the ISEA Coastal
Systems Station for all aspects of the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC). This support includes
testing modifications and enhancements to the craft, making technical recommendations,
assessing cost vs. performance tradeoffs, aiding in the development of specifications performing
risk assessments, as well as providing maintenance support to crafts in the fleet. LCAC
maintenance consists of preventive maintenance (PMS), which is performed at the organizational
and intermediate level on LCAC hull, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems and
components. Corrective maintenance and repair of failing or failed LCAC hull, mechanical,
electrical or electronic system components, including the removal of equipment, disassembly,
inspections to determine cause of failure, replacement and refurbishment and the testing to
ensure proper operations are part of this effort. As part of the on-going support, Gryphon must
adhere to all ESOH requirements. Gryphon provides technical assistance to CSS in the repair of
a variety of LCAC components and provides technical support at Camp Pendleton, NAB Little
Creek and Sasebo, Japan for installation of CraftAlt modifications.

N00164-01-D-0048 Tri Star
Provided Prototyping, Pre-Production and Fabrication support for Test equipment and
specialized cabling. In support of NSWC Crane Electronic Module Test and Repair Division,
completed the design and fabrication for 32 cables as form, fit , and functional replacements to
the current 17773-11324902-2, 38-foot High Voltage Radio Frequency Cable Assembly. The
effort included the establishment of Requirements, Site visit required to perform tests on existing
cables to establish requirements and test data. The design of one High Voltage Cable Assembly
to meet the requirements of the current cable assembly; 17773-11324902-2, Build one First
Article Cable and Test the First Article Cable. Once completed Tri began the production of 32
cables tested to the current specification. Designed, Tested and Fabricated a specialized Cable
test set for use on the Thermal Imaging Sensor System (TISS) system, an effort conducted in
conjunction with Boeing Corporation. Designed and built an initial prototype test unit in order
for resolution of testing issue regarding three 150ft high performance cables; prototype was
forwarded to Boeing and field tested on board two U.S. Navy Frigates. Subsequently Boeing
ordered five more units and NSWC Crane ordered an additional five units. As of October 2003,
NSWC Crane customer requested the fabrication of an additional four units based on the initial
design.

3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Experience:

GS-23F-0076K/ AS17B1018 Anteon
Anteon currently provides logistic and technical data products for the development phase of the
AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 system. Anteon helped blaze the trail for future AN/SQQ-89 ILS support
having thoroughly researched legacy AN/SQQ-89 maintenance, training, technical
documentation, and provisioning “best practices” to develop and produce the technical, training,
and operational approach. Anteon is procuring, installing, and maintaining, at the Chesapeake
facility, the classified AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Master Supportability Hub and the ILS Development
and Production Site (I-DAPS) to ensure shipboard SIPRNET access.

N61331-01-D-0018/D.O. 0053 Anteon
Under this contract for E06 Maritime Security Support, Anteon provides operational expertise in
the software specifications development of the ForcePro Decision Support Tool. Additionally,
Anteon provides personnel who help integrate a Risk Analysis Methodology into a software tool
that assists commanders and their staffs in the planning and execution of antiterrorism (AT)
activities. Finally, Anteon is an integral partner in the prototype testing of this tool, working
closely with security professionals within the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy.

N66604-96-D-E128 Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon developed Integrated Radio Room engineering
plans, diagrams, procedures, change proposals and assessments. Anteon prepared detailed
equipment upgrade packages including change authorization documentation, kit materials lists,
shipyard test planning and execution documentation, installation procedures, pre- and post-
installation test procedures and baseline configuration data.

N63394-97-D-1115 Anteon
Anteon provides engineering analysis, review, and technical services for the development,
maintenance, and update of U.S. and FMS versions of technical documentation. Type of
documents completed include VLS INCO manuals (Installation and Alignment, Care and
Maintenance and Certification Inspection); Interface Control Drawings; ITPs; Test Problem
Reports; Engineering Change Proposals; ORDALTs; Operation and Maintenance; Material
Condition Review and Pre-Overhaul Test and Inspection; Technical Manual Deficiency
Evaluation Reports and Technical Feedback Reports.

N00024-99-C-6337 Areté Associates
CPIF Engineering Development Model contract for design, fabrication, integration, test, and
delivery of laser based underwater mine identification sensor for the Navy’s Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures program (PMS-210, PEO-LUW). Delivered complete technical data
package in accordance with NAVSEA instructions. Data package included design drawings
(hard copy and digital format), design documentation (hardware and software), source code, and
executable code.

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC
Developed and updated the JPO-STC Analysis and Assessment (A/A) process; conducted
research on programmed sites designated for assessment to better understand the physical and
functional layout of the site and its assets; maintained, reviewed, and updated process and
procedure manuals and related technical documentation; analyzed Time Phased Force
Deployment Data (TPFDD) to fully understand and quantify mission requirements; conducted
research and analyzed data on specified communications equipment and systems expected to be
utilized at designated DoD sites; conducted Defense Infrastructure (DI) Sector Decomposition to
identify functions, systems, and assets of DI Sectors in the areas of Logistics, Transportation, and
the Defense Industrial Base; assisted in the design and development of databases to efficiently
organize and store the resulting data; and participated in developing standard methodologies to
perform Characterization of the DI by identifying Sector Functions, Systems and Assets, and
ancillary business processes.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Conducted a review of 400 AN/WLD-1(V)1 ICDs for content and format and prepared a report
outlining discrepancies and recommendations for resolution. Reviewed and compared seven
launch and recovery (L&R) drawings against related ICDs to ensure the documented L&R
design did not interfere with or conflict with the dimensions and tolerances listed in the
applicable ICD. Upon completion of analysis, prepared a report identifying the discrepancy,
potential impact, and suggested resolution. Created and modified approximately 400 Integrated
Combat Weapons System (ICWS) product drawings sheets and associated lists. All drawings and
the ICWS Drawing Tree were updated and delivered in accordance with the Standard Operating
Procedure (SOP) for Special Warfare Drawings.

F04701-00-A-8002 ARINC
As the Interface Control Contractor for the GPS-JPO, provided engineering for creation and
modification of all GPS ICDs. Generated, reviewed, and advised acceptability of changes,
waivers and deviations that affect the ICDs. Tested interfaces using simulated and live data to
verify defined interfaces. Generated software (CTS-153) to provide automated interface
evaluations for selected GPS ICD’s (GPS-ICD-153) to test compliance. Validated GPS receiver
operation and compliance with various User Equipment ICDs such as GPS-ICD-150, 153, 155,
159, 167, and 169.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE Under this contract, BAE supplied SDD and TDE services for
STANDARD Missile, VLS, ESSM, PEO IWS, and JPO-STC. Major products and services that
were delivered include technical reports and analyses, document editing and revision, and
drawing revision.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Developed the preliminary design for fiber optic thin line towed array subsystems and
configuration items. Designed lightweight tow cables, acoustic sensor fiber optic core, acoustic
module, non-acoustic sensor suite and test equipment. Prototype versions of each component
has been fabricated and subjected to critical item test to validate key performance parameters.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 177, DO 147, DO 122, DO 109, DO 060, DO 050 DMR
These deliver orders were for support of the BPS system. Under these delivery orders for this
program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided development of new program documentation to include
an initial operations manual, technical drawings, illustrations and parts lists. DMR Consulting,
Inc also provided strategic planning to the Program Manager for all technical, program
management, and logistics tasks. These orders also included meeting support and the
development of presentation materials.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

GS-23F-0025/K62891DS103 IPS
Provided program support, developed system documentation and provided safety support to the
Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET, UW) Program in support of the
Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a Program Plan for the program;
developed a draft program schedule; developed a draft Preliminary Hazard List for the system;
reviewed and commented on various program documentation; supported preparations and
presentation of the program before the Weapon System Explosive Safety Review Board
(WSESRB).

N61331-02-M-1378 IPS
Provided system safety support, developed system documentation, supported system testing and
provided programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-
SYDET, UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Organized
and supported System Safety Working Group (SSWG) meetings; developed response to
WSESRB findings and addressed findings; supported planning efforts for environmental testing
conducted at Eglin AFB; supported system design review meeting; developed System Safety
Program Plan (SSPP); revised the system Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHL); reviewed system
program documentation; developed portions of the system Test and Evaluation Master Plan
(TEMP).

N00024-C-96-6418 L3 Ongoing effort through Jun 03
For PMS325I/PMS325N, prepares technical evaluations and recommends solutions for
modernization and repair issues raised by MARAD, MSC, EWTGPAC, and NAVSEA.
Recommends corrective action, design improvements, and develops ship and boat alterations for
OUB class problems, tanker-installed OPDS systems and equipment. During JLOTS exercises,
provides PMS325I at-sea observation and advice, documents the lessons learned, and proposes
changes to planning, operations, engineering, and procedures. Performs inspections to assess
material readiness of vessels and their systems. TMA coordinates review and revision of
technical manuals for all ships systems. Representative tasking includes development of work
packages, resolution of trial cards, and coordinating the production of Turnover Books.

N00024-02-C-6324 Northrop Grumman - Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS)
Northrop Grumman, as prime contractor, is responsible for system design and demonstration of a
mine neutralization system for the U.S. Navy in support of the Airborne Organic Mine
Countermeasure concept. This specific design approach uses a common interactive database
(LiveLink) which shares data documentation and design criteria to ensure that the detailed
technical documentation reflects the absolute latest in design concepts. The use of mandated
specifications and standards to develop safety design features and control measures reduces the
operational risk of the laser, the gun and the integrated subsystems in the helicopter.

N63394-99-D-1207 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering was tasked to provide detailed technical data documentation to support the
development and installation of the first SSDS MK 1 MOD 0 training classroom that will be
located in Raborn Hall at Dam Neck, Virginia. The basic requirement was that the facility have
the same layout as the Command Information Center (CIC) aboard ships where SSDS MK 1
MOD 0 has been installed.
SSDS MK 1 MOD 0, integrated with interfacing sensors and weapons, provides a shipboard
Quick Reaction Combat Capability (QRCC) for the LSD 41/49 class ships. SSDS MK 2 will be
installed on LHD 1, LPD 17, and CV/CVN class ships. When SSDS MK2 is installed on LHD
1, LPD 17 and CV/CVNs, it will be integrated with the Advanced Combat Direction System
(ACDS) and Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) to provide these platforms with an
Integrated Combat Direction System (ICDS) concept. The technical documentation addressed
the development of the trainer as well as a detailed Installation Plan addressing the requirements
associated with SSDS MK 1 MOD 0.

N61331-02-F-1763 TSI
Provided comprehensive technical data documentation in the form of an Assessment Survey of
Naval Station Norfolk and Amphibious Assault Ship (LHA/LHD) in support of the NSWC-PC
AMNS MH-53E program. Conducted physical surveys of potential ordnance support facilities in
the Mid-Atlantic region. Coordinated the collection of engineering and technical data necessary
to support identification of potential shore support facilities. In all cases, the experience and
expertise of company facilitated the survey and related activities. Within schedule and with
extreme benefit are milestones achieved upon completion of this project. In addition, the
Weapons Systems Explosive Safety Review Board (WSERB) used the information.

F08637-01-C-6001 Wintec
MVACS was a Firm-Fixed Price contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Force
Protection Branch (AFRL/MLQF) to develop a systems architecture to be demonstrated on a
variety of existing unmanned vehicles. MVACS provided an architecture for simultaneous
control of and cooperation between multiple unmanned vehicles operating under user control,
semi-autonomously, or autonomously. The MVACS product provides the architectural
infrastructure on which more advanced and user-friendly unmanned systems can be built. The
developmental effort spent on the MVACS will be directly applied to a variety of future
developmental systems. The software libraries for vehicle control, path planning, sensor
integration, and operator control unit development were developed in accordance with the Joint
Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS). This allows for their rapid integration into any
JAUS compliant system. MVACS is the foundational architecture for several prototype force
protection systems. The architecture was utilized and demonstrated during a DTRA funded
demonstration in the Florida panhandle in 2003. This exercise was conducted to evaluate
homeland defense capabilities and involved the control of unmanned ground, air, surface, and
underwater systems.

F08630-02-C-0015 Wintec
OASIS is a contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Munitions Directorate, Flight
Vehicles Branch (AFRL/MNAV) to develop a basic Application Programming Interface (API)
which will form the basis of future “plug and play” approaches to weapon to aircraft integration.
OASIS is one of the building blocks of the Air Force’s current Universal Armament Interface
(UAI). Under OASIS, WINTEC is providing Systems Engineering support to the UAI process
by coordinating a Super JICWG composed of all of the major aircraft and weapons OEMs and
Air Force Program Offices. Both the architecture development and support of larger government
effort demonstrate the ability to support the Seaport Enhanced contract efforts.
Both the UAI process and the OASIS architecture products have required substantial
documentation. The previously mentioned draft common ICD is representative of the quality of
the design products being developed. This ICD is being circulated among various, high-level,
Air Force commands and Industry.

3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support Experience:

N00189-03-D-0004 Anteon
Under the N00189-03-D-0004 contract, Anteon is providing software life-cycle support services
for fielded systems in support of both Surface Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Mine
Warfare (MIW) programs for ships and shore-based facilities in support of the AN/SLQ-25A
Surface Ship Torpedo Defense (SSTD) System, AN/SSN-2 PINS, AN/SYQ-13, AN/SQQ-32,
OK-520, AN/SLQ-48, AN/WQN-1, and AN/SQS-56.

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
On this contract for USN Life Support System Logistics Support, Anteon designed and
developed web-based training for the SCBA Breathing Air Compressor and Diesel Generator.
This training was fallout from a lesson-learned report from the USS Cole incident. The STEP
conversion courses are the SCBA Breathing Air Compressor, the SCBA Breathing Air Tester,
SCBA Breathing Air Charging System (Operations and Maintenance), SCBA Operations, and
SCBA Maintenance.

N66604-00-D-212A Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon provides systems engineering analysis, software
development, installation support, T&E and program support services for existing and future
missile systems, UAVs, and supporting equipment. Anteon developed a software upgrade to the
TLAM Maintenance/Training Data Transport Device, TLAM Fleet Training Aid, and are now
developing software for PC-based Cruise Missile Trainer.

N00024-99-C-6337 Areté Associates
CPIF Engineering Development Model contract for design, fabrication, integration, test, and
delivery of laser based underwater mine identification sensor for the Navy’s Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures program (PMS-210, PEO-LUW). Designed, developed, integrated,
tested, and delivered software in a CMM 3 level environment. Participated in IPT environment
for design reviews, code walkthrough, code testing, and document review.

N00421-97-D-1213 ARINC
Designed, coded, and supported integration of the Wide Area Augmentation System
(WAAS)/GPS control head software that implemented Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
directed changes and enhancements based on the conclusions of simulator testing conducted.
This update included bringing the prototype into compliance with the final Class GAMMA
requirements and implementing the full Digital Flight Information Files in a Jeppesen database.
The software was implemented in the MFS simulation environment, an enhanced Control head
hardware set, a modified ELITE flight trainer environment, and the PC-104 flight test
environment.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Incorporating SEI-CMM processes and procedures, ARINC assisted in the design and
development of system and subsystem requirements for the Improved Fuel Fill Control System
(IFFCS) that is currently installed on four Navy ships. Developed a simulation program to
exercise and evaluate the control algorithm module. Designed and conducted tests to evaluate
IFFCS operation and user interface with the software. Prepared the control algorithm software
configuration management plan. Maintained and updated the CM of the IFFCS software.
Provided shipboard training to the sailors operating and maintaining the system.

N66001-03-D-5020 ARINC
Performed software requirements analysis tasks including: analyzed Tactical Automated
Mission Planning System (TAMPS)/Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) requirements for
Navigation Sensor System Interface (NAVSSI); analyzed GPS Antenna System (GAS)-1
requirements for NAVSSI; analyzed requirements for LHD-8 configurations in Display Control
System (DCS) and Real-Time Subsystem (RTS); reviewed Synchro Output and Alarm Panel
Interface Design Descriptions (IDDs) to determine impact on DCS for display and control;
reviewed latest DCS Software Requirements Specification (SRS) and RTS SRS in preparation
for formal inspection; and reviewed the formal inspection of DCS SRS and RTS SRS. Software
development and unit test tasks to date for this Block included: developing new RTS coding
standards for Build 4.2.1; developing Configuration Builder prototype using Sun’s Workshop
Visual tool to allow installers and maintainers to limit the configuration and control displays to
those interfaces expected to be on a ship; developing and unit-testing display and control
capabilities for GAS-1 in DCS; implementing new DCS queuing scheme for LHD-8
implementation. Program appraised at SEI-CMM Level 3 Maturity.

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system developement and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemcial analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Provided program management and support for the total contract. Contract scope includes
development, production and life cycle support of affordable towed arrays. Funded activities
include the development and qualification of the fiber optic thin line array and the TB-16G
fatline array for the US Navy. Program Management responsibilities include coordination with
the customer (NAVSEA PMS401) and the lead Navy Lab (NUWC). Directed efforts through
the establishment of program baseline products including statement of work, work breakdown
structure, integrated program scheduled and earned value measurement system for all active
efforts. Efforts include the management of key subcontractors including Lockheed Martin and
General Dynamics to achieve overall program objectives. Robust risk management processes
have been implemented to ensure products developed and transitioned to production achieve end
user requirements and are delivered within contract schedule and cost constraints. Programs
have demonstrated CSC’s ability to accelerate the design, manufacture, test and delivery of
affordable towed array systems to the fleet.

N00024-98-C-6203 CSC
Developed the Towed Array Test Set (TATS) to support the production, acceptance test and
depot support of arrays and modules. TATS design maximizes the use of COTS products
(computers and power supplies), along with custom application software. TATS supports the
TB29A, Multi-function Towed Array (MFTA), TB-16 and Twinline arrays. Software and
utilities are based on C, C++, Labview, and Python and have been integrated with several
operating systems, such as NT, 2000, and XP. A spiral development process was used to
develop the TATS software, which allowed integration and release of new capabilities in small
increments. The software allows users in the field to modify array specific script files to
personalize the application to diverse array configurations.
Development processes instituted during the development include requirements definition,
interface definition, software design, code development, unit test, system integration and formal
qualification test. NUWC and industry users participated in the development process and
acceptance testing process to ensure functions and operator interfaces were consistent with use in
the field. TATS units are presently in place at multiple array manufacturer facilities and all
Navy Intermediate Maintenance Activities and towed array depots.

N61339-02-F-0380 Nortrhop Grumman - Generic Re-configurable Training System (GRTS)
In support of NAVAIR Orlando, Northrop Grumman is developing a software training system
architecture. All software is developed under Northrop Grumman practices, certified CMMI
Level 5 in 2003 using the GRTS project. For the first application of GRTS, the SWOS Tactical
Action Officer trainer, the Instructional System and three key DDG-51 Combat Information
Center (CIC) Watchstations were designed and implemented. The second GRTS effort is to
provide FLEASWTRACEN, San Diego with a PC-based 14E35 Basic Operator Trainer for the
AN/SQQ-89 combat system. Both trainer designs are based on a training situation and
curriculum and training requirements analyses, which account for student KSAs and learning
goals and quantify system and instructor requirements to achieve these goals.
F08637-01-C-6001 Wintec
MVACS was a Firm-Fixed Price contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Force
Protection Branch (AFRL/MLQF) to develop a systems architecture to be demonstrated on a
variety of existing unmanned vehicles. MVACS provided an architecture for simultaneous
control of and cooperation between multiple unmanned vehicles operating under user control,
semi-autonomously, or autonomously. The MVACS product provides the architectural
infrastructure on which more advanced and user-friendly unmanned systems can be built. The
developmental effort spent on the MVACS will be directly applied to a variety of future
developmental systems. The software libraries for vehicle control, path planning, sensor
integration, and operator control unit development were developed in accordance with the Joint
Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS). This allows for their rapid integration into any
JAUS compliant system. MVACS is the foundational architecture for several prototype force
protection systems. The architecture was utilized and demonstrated during a DTRA funded
demonstration in the Florida panhandle in 2003. This exercise was conducted to evaluate
homeland defense capabilities and involved the control of unmanned ground, air, surface, and
underwater systems.

F08630-02-C-0015 Wintec
OASIS is a contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Munitions Directorate, Flight
Vehicles Branch (AFRL/MNAV) to develop a basic Application Programming Interface (API)
which will form the basis of future “plug and play” approaches to weapon to aircraft integration.
OASIS is one of the building blocks of the Air Force’s current Universal Armament Interface
(UAI). Under OASIS, WINTEC is providing Systems Engineering support to the UAI process
by coordinating a Super JICWG composed of all of the major aircraft and weapons OEMs and
Air Force Program Offices. Both the architecture development and support of larger government
effort demonstrate the ability to support the Seaport Enhanced contract efforts.
The OASIS API product is being developed in a structured process. Since it will be an Open
Architecture and subject to industry scrutiny, it is being developed in case-book quality. The
basic architecture was developed using early versions of the soon to be released Avionics
Architecture Development Language (AADL). Additionally, the software development
processes are being applied across organizational lines, with certain components being developed
by subcontractor, General Dynamics, in Minneapolis, MN. Clearly defined processes,
measurements, and reviews have provided for an on-time, on-budget software development.

3.7 RM&A Support Experience:

N00024-01-D-7013/000405-000407 Anteon
Under this current contract, efforts performed include; review systems, equipment, and logistics
products being developed to ensure compliance with established program supportability and
maintainability plans and directives; review Failure Reporting and Corrective Action System
(FRACUS), Open Architecture Retrieval System (OARS) and similar data to determine
equipment failure trends and develop recommendations to improve performance; evaluate ILS
products supporting fielded USW systems to determine reliability, supportability, and
operational availability requirements established by ship mission profiles; develop
recommendations to correct deficiencies; and review ECP and evaluate impacts to maintenance
documentation and processes.
N61331-97-D-0024 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon developed and reviewed Failure Mode Effects and Critical analysis
(FMECA) on the FARCC systems 002–008 as well as other diving and life support systems. The
data from this service is analyzed and reported to program sponsors and system end users.
Anteon provided depot services RM&A for FARCC systems 001-008, inclusive of Just-in-Time
(JIT) parts provisioning, Certified System Re-Entry Control, and Failure and Analysis Reporting
(REC-FAR Database) for PMSEOD.

N66604-96-D-E128 Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon provided RM&A support for major submarine
Towed Array/Towed Array Handling Systems. Anteon developed the Reliability Measurement
System used to estimate reliability of the deployed towed array systems. Anteon supported
AN/BSY-1 Reliability/Availability Program through all phases, specifically, Single Point of
Failure Analysis, Reliability/Availability TIGER modeling, Reliability Growth Testing, and
Fleet Reliability data gathering/collection/analysis for the TECHEVAL.

N63394-97-D-1115 Anteon
Anteon provides full RM&A services in support of the MK 41 VLS program. Services include
development, maintenance and improvement of the historical failure database to include fault
identification, failure criticality. Demonstrated consequent cost savings resulting from the 330W
Power Supply design improvement to NSWC PHD’s NAVSEA sponsor by providing technical
analysis in reference to the failure rate improvement since the 1989/1990 baseline measurement.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Analyzed RM&A predictions and reports, including the Failure Modes Effects and Criticality
Analysis (FMECA), for the AN/AQS-20A to determine specific impacts on the system. Input
analysis results into a logistics database and other models for calculations of Mean Time
Between Failure (MTBF), Mean Time To Repair (MTTR). Developed preventive and corrective
maintenance task requirements and task times from the analyses. Performed a supportability
analysis to determine the most cost effective support concept over the system's lifecycle. Related
supportability analyses performed were: the Functional Requirements analysis; the Reliability
Centered Maintenance (RCM) analysis; Level of Repair Analysis (LORA); and repair and
training requirements analysis. Deliverables included: RM&A (LSA-058) Report, Acquisition
Logistics Support Plan, Supportability Analysis and Logistics Management Information (LMI),
Maintenance Plan, Repair and Task Analysis, RCM Report, and LORA.

F42640-00-D-0029 ARINC
Conducted engineering parts obsolescence analysis and problem identification. Provided written
engineering Problem Parts Reports (PPRs) and Scientific and Technology Report / Reliability
and Maintainability Reports. Delivered 42 PPRs. Delivered Scientific and Technology Reports
and Reliability and Maintainability Reports. Systems researched included: AN/APS-145,
AN/APS-138, E-2 WRA/Systems, C-2 WRA/Systems, E-2 Panels, C-2 Panels, and F/A-18
HUD.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N00024-01-C-2302 Northrop Grumman- Repair of USS Cole
Northrop Grumman Ship Systems made repairs and upgrades to the USS Cole following the
terrorist attack. Upon arrival at Ingalls, the ship was placed in dry-dock and transferred to the
land-based construction facility. The work required the replacement of very large structural
sections of the ship, and of a large number of ship support and mission systems. Since Northrop
Grumman functions as the Configuration Data Manger (CDM) for the CG 47 and DD 963 Class
ships, they also maintain accurate controls and lists of the equipment and components
configuration for each ship in these classes. CDM provided the basis for the equipment removal
and replacement.

N00164-00-D-0031 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering Performed technical analyses, certifications, check out and repair for
NSWC Crane Indiana, on specialized on-site and off site labor for installation of radar antennas
and systems, including AN/SPS-40, AN/SPS-49, SPS-55, AN/SPS-48E, Thermal Imaging
Sensor System (TISS), Integrated Point Detection System (IPDS) and AN/SPS-73 Tasks
included; analysis, validation, recommendations and implementation improvements (as
approved) to current resources, equipment, software and program tracking capabilities and as
related to targeted objectives within Code 805 and Code 809.

N00174-02-D-0009 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering performed a review for technical accuracy and adequacy, reliability and
maintainability (R&M) and built-in test (BIT) engineering design tasks for GOCO facility
primary equipment, support equipment, development and system modifications.
Tri Star Engineering provided R&M support in conducting equipment ground testing, integrated
field testing and environmental testing for evaluation of new designs, design modifications and
engineering change proposals (ECP) for developmental and in-service GOCO equipment. As
part of the R&M task Tri Star developed test procedures; prepared test plans; collected and
stored test data; analyzed and evaluated equipment test data to determine R&M characteristics;
documented equipment deficiencies; and documented test results.

3.8 Human Factors Engineering Experience:

GS-23F-0076K/ AS17B1018 Anteon
Under this current contract, Anteon is evaluating system designs, operation, and interaction of
future AN/SQQ-89 variants and recommends modifications or improvements to reduce accidents
or harm due to human error or system design.

N66604-00-D-532A Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon is developing installs, integrates and supports the
Visualization and Human Systems Integration Laboratory. Anteon develops enhancements that
will collectively support near real-time 3-dimensional representations of multi-attribute data,
multiple views of complex data sets for different tasks, alternative interactive tools for display
analysis and interpretation, and shared workspace interactivity.

N63394-01-D-1116 Anteon
As part of Anteon’s MK 41 VLS Training contract, human factors engineering support was
provided by analysis of Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) and its ability to adequately
support the ISEA training goal. Anteon provided research and conducted studies in relation to
factors affecting student learning; taking into consideration student education level, past
knowledge of the system, learning environment and time constraints including teaching
schedule.

N00421-98-C-1244 ARINC
Provided Human Factor (HF) engineering support to the Crew-System Integration Laboratory
(C-SIL), the Crew System Transparency Lighting Laboratory (CSTLL), the Advanced
Crewstation Technology Laboratory (ACTL), and Environmental Physiology Laboratory.
Developed human system performance requirements from approved ORDs. Provided the Human
Systems Engineering Competency with detailed test plans and procedures. Investigated and
ensured recommended resources, equipment, and material lists for items needed during testing
were present. Ensured quality control procedures and SOPs were followed. Performed simulation
model verification. Conducted engineering analysis to support development and review of the
following specifications: Joint Service Guide Specifications, Type Specifications, Detailed
Specifications, System Specifications, Performance Specifications, Operator-Systems Interface
Specification, Software Interface Specification, Software Program Performance Specification,
Test/Verification Specifications, and Production Specifications. Performed trade-off analyses
and engineering approach analyses. Recommended specific development and engineering
efforts, facilities, and task requirements necessary to meet each program's test objectives and
milestones.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Assessed the suitability of the prototype CSTRS design, recommended necessary improvements
and changes to the design, and developed a Human Engineering Design Approach Document –
Operator (HEDAD-O). Further effort included the following tasks: reviewed system
requirements, performed a functional review of the prototype design, reviewed the design of
operator interfaces, reviewed the operation of CSTRS in normal and degraded modes, and
evaluated the operator interface design with respect to operational requirements and compliance
to applicable Human Engineering standards.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Contracted effort under NSWCDD G53, in which major products and services that were
delivered include analysis and recommendation reports and assessments of Navy Human Factors
developmental programs.

3.9 System Safety Engineering Experience:

N66604-99-D-014D Anteon
Under this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon provides engineering and technical support during
hardware and software development to ensure each configuration item meets or exceeds the
identified safety requirements. Anteon participates in system safety reviews of various
equipment, instruments, systems, and ranges including the Software Nuclear Safety Engineering
support required to release CCS MK 1 Program C4.2V3. Anteon supported DoE required nuclear
safety testing, support and coordination of all inadvertent and unauthorized launch analyses on
all Tomahawk-capable platforms and platform-level safety engineering support for all submarine
platforms.

N00024-01-D-7013/000405-000407 Anteon
Under this current contract, Anteon is providing System Safety Engineering Support services for
USW systems in support of IWS5B. Anteon provides personnel in support of USW equipment
personnel safety and hazardous material management issues. Anteon ensures that USW
equipment documentation is compliant with the requisite DOD, DON, and PEA requirements in
the areas of personnel safety and health. Efforts performed include; submit draft documents,
redlines, or review comments; participate in ILS and safety meetings; review ECP s for impact to
safety and health documentation and products; attend Review Comment Consolidation (RCC),
technical Review Board (TRB), or similar meetings to resolve ECP comments.

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
On this contract for USMC Engineering Support, Anteon has developed and provided system
Safety Assessment Reports and engineering analysis support for the Oxygen Transfer Pump
System (OTPS) and the Diver Propulsion Device. Support included completing a detailed
analysis of the hazards associated with the components used in high-pressure oxygen systems
and generating a Safety Assessment Report to be used by the design engineers for the OTPS and
the Rapid Deployment OTPS. A hazard analysis was conducted to assess the dangers associated
with the use of sealed lead acid batteries to be used in the development of an underwater DPD.

N63394-97-D-1116 Anteon
For over fifteen years, Anteon has been providing MK 41 VLS system safety engineering
support as part of the day-to-day support of the program’s Cardinal Rules of Safety. Under its
current contract N63394-97-D-1116 Anteon provides MK 41 VLS Certified Test Directors
(TDs) and System Maintenance Technicians (SMTs) who are part of the program’s safety team.
Anteon’s commitment to system safety is demonstrated by zero violations of the MK 41 VLS
Cardinal Rules of Safety over the course of the long-term relationship with NSWC PHD.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Prepared AMNS data packages and presentation packages for review by the Systems Software
Safety Technical Review Panel (SSSTRP), Weapon System Explosives Safety Review Board
(WSESRB), and Fuze and Initiation System Technical Review Panel (FISTRP). The data
packages and presentations were organized according to Government review criteria and
included the preparation of System Safety Program Plans, Fault Tree Analyses, Preliminary
Hazard Analyses, System Hazard Analyses, Subsystem Hazard Analyses, and Operation and
Support Hazard Analyses. Assisted in development of a SOP for AMNS Explosive Handling.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
System Safety Engineering Support (3.9) was performed for NSSM, RNSSM, TAS, and SSDS.
Major products and services that were delivered include System Hazard Analyses, WSESRB and
SSSTRP data packages, Safety Requirements Criteria Analyses, and Programmatic
Environmental Safety Health Evaluations.

N00024-98-C-5197 Gryphon
Provided safety engineering and technical support services for combat systems integration
activities related to the EMX/Safety Topside Design efforts for the DDG-51. Performed analysis
and testing of Combat Systems equipment regarding electromagnetic compatibility and
electromagnetic interference. Safety tasks involved identifying, teaching, resolving safety and
personnel hazards, and conducting safety surveys. Prepared safety documentation for client and
external reviews based on the Hazard Analysis Reports (HARs) and System Hazard Analysis
Reports (SHARs). Reviewed Combat System elements specifications to determine that safety
recommendations were incorporated. Provided and maintained records of all safety reports,
surveys, and analyses.

GS-23F-0025/K62891DS103 IPS
Provided program support, developed system documentation and provided safety support to the
Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET, UW) Program in support of the
Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a Program Plan for the program;
developed a draft program schedule; developed a draft Preliminary Hazard List for the system;
reviewed and commented on various program documentation; supported preparations and
presentation of the program before the Weapon System Explosive Safety Review Board
(WSESRB).

N61331-02-M-1378 IPS
Provided system safety support, developed system documentation, supported system testing and
provided programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-
SYDET, UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Organized
and supported System Safety Working Group (SSWG) meetings; developed response to
WSESRB findings and addressed findings; supported planning efforts for environmental testing
conducted at Eglin AFB; supported system design review meeting; developed System Safety
Program Plan (SSPP); revised the system Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHL); reviewed system
program documentation; developed portions of the system Test and Evaluation Master Plan
(TEMP).

N00024-02-C-6324 Northrop Grumman - Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS)
Northrop Grumman, as prime contractor, is responsible for system design and demonstration of a
mine neutralization system for the U.S. Navy in support of the Airborne Organic Mine
Countermeasure concept. This specific design approach uses a common interactive database
(LiveLink) which shares data documentation and design criteria to ensure that the detailed
technical documentation reflects the absolute latest in design concepts. The use of mandated
specifications and standards to develop safety design features and control measures reduces the
operational risk of the laser, the gun and the integrated subsystems in the helicopter.

3.10 CM Experience:

N66604-01-D-053A Anteon
Anteon’s current NUWCDIVNPT contract N66604-01-D-053A, maintains and/or executes CM
procedures and perform trend analyses and develop maintainability/reliability prediction reports.
Anteon also performs and reviews Logistics Support Analyses to ensure accuracy and adequacy
of logistics support.

N00189-98-D-0037 Anteon
Anteon provided Weapon System File (WSF) manipulation and data additions using detailed
Configuration Data Managers Database-Open Architecture (CDMD-OA) entries for
configuration management and alterations, planned deletions, actual additions, actual deletions,
and completion entries. This data was directly inputted to the WSF via the ASI process for
SSTD/MIW/USW systems. SSTD/MIW/ USW systems upgrades and configuration changes
require detailed and consistent data input to accurately track the status of equipment, drawings,
and manuals on ships and naval activities.

GS23F-0076K/ Task Order N61331-03-F-1504 Anteon
Under this GSA Contract for DJC2 CM Support, Anteon provides configuration management
support of hardware and software, including engineering drawings and documents, and database
support for the Deployable Joint Command and Control (DJCC) program. Anteon uses CMPro to
both identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of Configuration Items
(CI). Anteon also control changes to CI and their related documentation.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided assistance in the development and updates of current AN/SQQ-32 (V)2 configurations,
proposed Field Change (FC) plans, and projected implementations of FCs. Updates were
performed in Excel® format provided by the Government, and imported into the current
Japanese Navy (JN) AN/SQQ-32 CM database. These inputs were required to identify current
(V)2 configurations, potential areas for technical assistance, focal points for Fiscal Year (FY)
2004 efforts, and new development efforts. Inputs were also used to define technical support
requirements for the JN FY 2004 efforts. They were also used to support current and future JN
Foreign Military Sales (FMS) work efforts and continued management activities, and were
required to assist with the In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) and TDA/Software Support
Activity (SSA) FMS transition responsibilities.

N66001-00-D-0020 ARINC
Provided VLA CM support for the U.S. Navy, DCS, and FMS programs to include review,
recommendation, processing, tracking and status reporting of VLA CM change documents, such
as ECPs, Requests for Deviation or Waiver (RFD/Ws), Notices of Revision (NORs),
Specification Change Notices (SCNs), Software Change Proposals (SCPs), and Vertical Launch
System (VLS) Interface Change Requests (ICRs), during the Navy change processing cycle.
Maintained the VLA hardware and software configuration baselines. Participated in CCB
meetings and decisions, and prepared CCB agendas, meeting minutes, and status reports.
Developed and maintained the Navy’s MS Access VLA Configuration Management database,
the MS® Access® VLA System Trouble Report (STR) database, and the VLA Action Item (AI)
database. ARINC developed and maintained the official VLA Configuration Status Accounting
(CSA) database in Microsoft Access.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Configuration Management Support (3.10) was performed for STANDARD Missile, VLS, and
ESSM. Major products and services that were delivered include Configuration Management
Plans, Configuration Audits, Status Accounting Reports, and CCB Secretariat.

G91000SJ02 CME
Intelligent Power Management System (IPMS). Under this contract also described under 3.3
above, CME utilized a full configuration management program to control all of the
documentation, drawings, and physical configurations of all the hardware and software elements
of the contract. This also included all associated change orders and shipment of a final
documentation package.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 174 DMR
This Delivery Order was for the support of the AN/SQQ-32 Japan (JN) Case Foreign Military
Sales (FMS). Information developed included a program plan, program schedule, key
performance parameters, organizational charts, and projected/actual JN FMS Case cost/funding
information. Included development and updates of current (V)2 configurations, proposed Field
Change (FC) plans, and projected implementations of FC’s, as well as meeting and presentation
support.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N00140-03-D-0004 Técnico
Provide engineering and technical services in support of current and future U.S. Navy
shipbuilding, ship modernization, overhaul, alteration, maintenance and repair programs both
afloat and ashore and to all other government agencies including NAVSHIPSO, Southwest
Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC), NSWCCD-SSES, and a variety of afloat commands.

N00174-02-D-0009 Tri Star
Prepared, analyzed, and reviewed ECPs and participated in configuration control board (CCB)
reviews for the Thermal Imaging Sensor System (TISS), Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT),
AN/SPS-73 Radar, and Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Programs. Maintained
configuration status accounting databases. Participated in functional and physical configuration
audits. Developed and updated field change instructions and kits. Experienced with
Configuration Data Managers Database Open Architecture (CDMD-OA) and with the use of
Naval Data Environment (NDE). Scheduled and provided configuration and logistics support for
32 shipboard installations.

3.11 QA Experience:

N66604-00-D-0307 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon reviews and analyzes simulation software problem reports,
recommends corrective action and witnesses regression testing to verify deficiency correction.
Anteon documents test activities conducted at NUWC and in the Fleet, and produce change
descriptions, revisions to the software documentation baseline, and final documentation in
accordance with established ISO 9001:2000 Quality Procedures and PIDS or A-Specifications.

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
Anteon delivers QA support services for several systems, including the EX14/MK18 Deep Dive
System which satisfies stringent NAVSEA certification requirements. Anteon provides (QA)
including development of manufacturing procedures, non-destructive testing, mechanical
inspections, and certification manuals that included objective evidence of all components and
materials utilized and verified by subsequent audits.

GS-23F-0076K/ AS17B1018 Anteon
Under this current contract, Anteon is providing Quality Assurance (QA) Support services for
USW systems in support of IWS5B. Anteon is ISO 9001; 2000 registered and all products and
deliverables adhere to the quality processes and checkpoints of this system.
N63394-97-D-1115 Anteon
In the execution of Anteon’s contract N63394-97-D-1115, Quality Control processes are part of
the daily standard operating procedures for Anteon personnel. All MK 41 VLS personnel
understand and adhere to the MK 41 VLS Safety Design Precepts (NAVSEAINST 8394.2D) and
understand what it means to be a Certified MK 41 VLS TD/SMT as outlined in VLS Standing
Instruction 86.2B; as well as the limitations of those personnel who are not certified. Anteon
technical, management, and administrative staff, through years of working with the Launching
System Program, implement all quality and safety standards required to support this contract.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided QA engineering services to support material acquisition and design engineering for the
manufacture and assembly of two CSTRS base units, one ALMDS kit, and one AN/AQS-20 kit.
Implemented ARINC QA plan and ISO 9001 procedures for CSTRS Technical Data Packages
(TDPs), ICD, Electrical and Mechanical Interface Documentation, and CSTRS Development
Program Management Plan.

N66001-00-D-0020 ARINC
Reviewed VLA change documents to ensure they adhered to QA requirements and that
specifications cited within the change document were accurate. Also reviewed ECPs, RFD/Ws,
and ICRs to ensure that technical content was accurate and complete and to evaluate the impact
on the VLA program. Reviewed existing QA processes and recommended improvements.
Witnessed flight tests and component testing, and documented recommendations for improving
the fabrication and testing processes.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N66604-02-D-1118 Northrop Grumman - Submarine Simulation/Stimulation
Under the Submarine Sim/Stim contract, Northrop Grumman provides software modeling in the
context of supporting laboratory development of combat control systems as well as to support
submarine training systems. Software models include medium to high fidelity ownship, ocean
models, acoustics, weapons, and other sensor simulations, all of which drive the tactical
interfaces required for combat system testing and highly realistic training. For example, the
Sim/Stim ADCAP torpedo model perfectly mimics the behavior of the real weapon, providing
the Combat System operator all of the expected transitional sequences of a torpedo attack, as
well as a full menu of fault conditions. Northrop Grumman’s specific expertise includes the in-
depth understanding of undersea warfare systems, including weapon and acoustic systems, and
how to best model them to attain the desired simulation and training effect. NG also has provided
support to this project in its drive to lead NUWC’s CMM accreditation, while supporting the
Quality Assurance objectives of the program.

3.12 IS, IA, IT Support Experience:

GS23F-0076K/Task Order N61331-03-F-1618 Anteon
Under this GSA Contract, Anteon designed an AN/AQS-20A web site using the latest in industry
standard web development software and hand-coded Java applets. The AN/AQS-20A web site
showcases new multimedia features such as a moving photo slideshow on the homepage yet
maintains a professional look consistent in appearance to comparable Navy web sites. The web
site also provides links to the AN/AQS-20A library, documents for review, key program
documents, an AN/AQS-20A team page, meeting minutes, and OEM partners.

N66604-01-D-345A Anteon
On contract N66604-01-D-345A with NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon provides software design and
development, technical specification development, equipment or system prototyping, modeling,
testing, performance evaluation, technical refresh of system electronics, COTS insertion, and
life-cycle management functions. Anteon supports the NPES IA Program by assessing the
feasibility of current and planned NPES IA efforts in the development of IA risk mitigation and
execution plans for the Submarine Fleet.

GS09K99BHD0001 Task Order 9T3HKL744 Anteon
Under contract GS09K99BHD0001, TO # 9T3HKL744, Anteon provides on-site system analysis
and programming support to NUWCDET on software and database development projects (i.e.,
Oracle databases, PACER engineering analysis software, visual interactive system training aid
(VISTA) reconstruction and analysis program, and other LAN applications.

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC Conducted analyses of critical IS and related technology along with
the processes and procedures that support mission-essential requirements for over 70 site
assessments (e.g., site telephone switch and related computer systems and facilities for classified
and unclassified voice and data communications; email and application server systems and
facilities and related equipments; and the physical interfaces, firmware and software connecting
these systems with the commercial and defense communications and data network
infrastructure). Analyses focused on system redundancy and robustness, factors that minimize
the impact of disruptions to supporting CI.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided computer-programming support to NSWC-PC to assist with the design, code, test, and
documentation of software for the MNS Network Access Unit (NAU). This task required
knowledge in real-time embedded systems and vXworks operating system. Specific tasks
included developing an outline for the integration of the MNS video and Videocassette Recorder
(VCR), development of the Tracker synchronization integration test, and integration of the sonar
data into the NAU. Participated in MNS NAU software design reviews and code walk-throughs,
working group meetings and weekly team meetings.

N66001-00-5092 ARINC
Provided engineering support to SSC SD for configuration, test, and documentation of the
ADNS systems for the USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19) and the USS Green Bay (LPD-20). Provided
Navy Change Request (NCR) support for ADNS 144E; provided engineering support with
testing, documentation, and training on the ADNS Baseband system; provided ADNS
engineering and integration testing support in the Joint Integrated Communications Facility
(JICF) and Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station (NCTAMS).

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system development and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemical analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Developed application software to support automated manufacturing and test equipment for the
next generation fiber optic thin line array. The software is based on Labview and C++
programming languages and utilities. Software has been evaluated through test with the target
hardware to support the fabrication and test of prototype hardware components. Developed
application software to support the automated testing of the TB-16G array and individual
modules. Labview based software and utilities have been integrated with the target hardware
(Towed Array Test Set and Portable Towed Array Test Set) and used to support array #1
manufacture and test.

N00024-02-C-6202 CRC
CRC maintained and updated the DDS Configuration Data Manager’s Database-Open
Architecture (CDMD-OA) formerly known as the Ship Configuration and Logistic Support
Information System (SCLSIS) thus ensuring that all new systems and components, including
Commercial-off-the-Shelf and Non-developmental Items (COTS/NDI) are logistically supported
throughout their full life.
N00600-98-C-0683 CRC
CRC was responsible for PMS325’s network and web page development, and created the Craft
and Boat Support System database using Power Builder and Oracle 8. This database includes all
NSW ships, boats, and craft under NAVSEA cognizance. This database includes all NSW ships,
boats, and craft for which NAVSEA has cognizance, including FMS. For each hull, data
includes parts lists, location, supplier, and date of first use, level of use, cost, price, and
experience factors. Read only access is available to most Navy activities through Internet.
Under this contract, CRC provides a wide range of logistic, financial, and program management
services. CRC has prepared provisioning technical documentation, ship information books,
maintenance requirement cards, technical manuals, a program milestone tacking system, ILSPs,
and NTPs. CRC has implemented LANs and shipyard management plans; attended provisioning
guidance conferences and production progress conferences in support of FMS cases; and
provided design, configuration management, field engineering, maintenance, maintenance
planning, training, spare parts support, casualty, and depot level repair services. CRC has
implemented a program milestone tracking system using MS Project and maintain action item
tracking systems using MS Excel and MS Word. CRC has implemented and supported the
PMS325 LAN.

GS-23F-0276K L3
On this contract in support of the Fleet Technical Support Center, Atlantic (FTSCLANT), L3
provides ongoing Information Technology (IT) technical support. This includes technical
assistance on the Training Representative on a Disk (TROD) software life cycle and expert
system software development. Specifically, L3 supports software requirements analysis and
specification development; preliminary software design and planning; detailed design, coding,
unit testing, integration and system testing; ongoing software maintenance of TROD products;
and integrates all existing government knowledge databases for a given engineering system into
one interactive expert system capable of functioning independently on multiple platforms (ICAS,
stand alone PC, PVAT, etc.). The L-3 Team assists FTSCLANT in the assessment and
troubleshooting of shipboard software related to machinery data collection and expert system
diagnostics and also trains shipboard personnel in the optimum use of these systems.

F08635-02-F-0073 Northrop Grumman - Lethal Strike and JDAM IT Support
For 6 years Northrop Grumman maintained the Lethal Strike and JDAM unclassified and
classified IT systems, Electronic Document Management System (TRION) and the private and
public websites, providing COMSEC and technical expertise to keep all systems operational
24/7, at over 99% availability. Northrop Grumman advised on the topic of adoption of new
computer and network technologies that would ensure that Lethal Strike and JDAM business
practices would not be interrupted.

3.13 Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support Experience:

N66694-98-D-0674 Anteon
On NUWCDIVNPT contract N66604-98-D-0674, Anteon supported ship inactivation and the
disposal of critical equipment associated with electromagnetic and communications systems,
periscopes, communications antennas, and associated inboard equipment. Anteon has supported
the removal, safeguard, and disposition of systems in accordance with the appropriate Navy
instructions and directives.

N00189-98-D-0106 Anteon
Anteon is providing highly qualified and certified technical personnel to accomplish tasks
involving ship inactivation and disposal. These tasks are in the areas of Combat Systems,
Undersea Warfare (USW), and HM&E Systems installed onboard U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast
Guard vessels, both CONUS/OCONUS. Anteon technical field personnel in support of ship
decommissioning have removed a variety of major ship’s systems including: the MK 45 5” gun,
MK 86 Gun Fire Control System, the MK 92 FFG 7 Missile/Gun Fire Control System, the OJ-
194 and OJ-197 (CDS) display console, CIWS, AN/SLQ-32A(V) Systems.

N00189-98-D-0106 Anteon
On current contact N00189-98-D-0106, Anteon is providing highly qualified and certified
technical personnel to accomplish tasks involving ship inactivation and disposal. These tasks are
in the areas of Combat Systems, Undersea Warfare (USW), and HM&E Systems installed
onboard U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard vessels, both CONUS/OCONUS. Anteon technical
field personnel in support of ship decommissioning have removed a variety of major ship’s
systems including: the MK 45 5” gun, MK 86 Gun Fire Control System, the MK 92 FFG 7
Missile/Gun Fire Control System, the OJ-194 and OJ-197 (CDS) display console, CIWS,
AN/SLQ-32A(V) Systems.

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system development and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemical analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.

N0024-00-C-2300 Northrop Grumman
Provided de-militarization, plant clearance, and services related to international transfer of U.S.
Naval vessels to foreign navies. Functioned as the Configuration Data Manager (CDM) for the
CG-47 and DD-963 Class ships. As the CDM, maintained accurate controls and lists of the
equipment and components configuration for each ship in these classes. CDM provided the basis
for equipment removal, safeguarding, and destruction associated with both ship availabilities and
inactivation/disposal. Established and maintained configuration controls, procedures, and
documentation that immediately identified what items, systems, or portions were not releasable
to foreign interests. Determined alternate (releasable) appliances to replace the removed items
and developed designs as necessary to restore the fundamental capability.
3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support Experience:

GS23F-0076K/Task Order N61331-03-F-1618 Anteon
On this GSA contract, Anteon supports the DJCC program with interoperability and field trials
support. This includes setup and takedown of tents, framesets, and infrastructure in the field as
necessary to support the Pre-Deployment Checkout of the Infrastructure and the IT portion of the
Prototype system. Assistance is provided to HMMWV operations as necessary in positioning and
pre-positioning of vehicles during field operations. Technical assistance is provided to the
Aircraft Loadmaster for the shipment of the equipment in support of Fleet and Joint Warfare
exercises.

N66604-00-D-091A Anteon
On this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon provided engineering development, installation,
feasibility studies, interoperability testing, systems analysis, logistic support, trials support,
training, and documentation in submarine special mission augmentation systems for SSNs.

N00024-99-C-6337 Areté Associates
CPIF Engineering Development Model contract for design, fabrication, integration, test, and
delivery of laser based underwater mine identification sensor for the Navy’s Organic Airborne
Mine Countermeasures program (PMS-210, PEO-LUW). Participated (with NAVSEA) in
contractor testing, developmental testing, and operational testing. Verified compatibility with
Navy platforms (MH-53, MH-60) and systems. Worked with Navy crew to improve interfaces
and interoperability.

N00421-97-D-1213 ARINC
For the SH-60R, provided laboratory, ground, interoperability, and in-flight evaluations of new
systems/software, instrumentation of test aircraft, and data analysis/data reduction of test results
for the Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron for PMS 210. Performed engineering/technology
development, design and integration support, instrumentation installation and services, test
planning, test support, data reduction and analysis, and laboratory maintenance/operations
services in support of helicopter programs and fixed wing aircraft. Provided instrumentation
support for the H-60 series helicopters and other military aircraft as assigned (e.g., the C-130 and
KC-135). Designed, developed, fabricated, and integrated instrumentation systems, installed
instrumentation systems, performed interface testing to ensure compatibility with the aircraft
electrical systems, supported and maintained the installed systems by assisting with data
collection and reduction and performed preflight to ensure systems were in an up status and
ready for flight.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Wrote shipboard Stage 3-7 Test Procedures for the AN/WLD-1 (V) Remote Minehunting System
(RMS) on board DDG-51 class ships. Assisted NSWC-PC in the continuation of the
interoperability evaluation of the Kingfisher modification to the SQS-53 Sonar. This included
assistance in data reduction and analysis in support of data collected on the Kingfisher four day trial.

N66001-03-D-5020 ARINC
Provided installation, integration, operation, and system and interoperability test support, which
focused primarily on the AN/SSN-6 V(4) software integration with the Ship’s Network, GAS-1
Antenna, ADMACS, LHD-8 configuration, and multiple-workstation architectures for VMS. In
the area of system performance testing, performed all required tests on the integrated NAVSSI
AN/SSN-6 V(4) system software to ensure that all software developed is tested to the same level
and depth as during formal government qualification testing. Installed Integrated Foundation
Library Software Developers Kit (IFLSDK) on JOTS 14 for integration and testing of Datum
transformation through COE. Supported CVN-76 Builder’s Trial by providing COMDAC, RTS,
WSN-7 and DSVL technical support. Performed regression SQT testing of RTS Version 4.2.0.35
fixes for ICAN and Ship’s Network OD-19 periodicity; provided troubleshooting support in
resolving problems with the NAVSSI to DSVL/ DEML interface.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 153, DO 135, DO 112, DO 091, DO 066 DMR
These delivery orders were for support of the AN/SQQ-32 Advanced Mine Countermeasures
(AMCM) sonar suite installed aboard Navy Mine Countermeasures (MCM) ships. Under these
delivery orders for this program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided strategic planning to the
Program Manager for all technical, program management, and logistics tasks. Identified tasks,
schedules, personnel and funding resources needed to execute the program. This information
was entered into the Program Budgeting and Management System (PBMS) database for
management approval. Actual labor, material, and contracted charges recorded in the Corporate
Database System (CDB) are downloaded and analyzed for funding balance information, and
planned expenditures against actual expenditures. These delivery orders also included tasking to
support program reviews, developing briefing materials, development and updating of Task
Plans, Test Planning Documentation, Phase II Sensor Baseline Testing support, Test Reports,
and White papers on future Program Objective Memorandum (POM) issues.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.
N61331-02-M-1378 IPS
Provided system safety support, developed system documentation, supported system testing and
provided programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-
SYDET, UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Organized
and supported System Safety Working Group (SSWG) meetings; developed response to
WSESRB findings and addressed findings; supported planning efforts for environmental testing
conducted at Eglin AFB; supported system design review meeting; developed System Safety
Program Plan (SSPP); revised the system Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHL); reviewed system
program documentation; developed portions of the system Test and Evaluation Master Plan
(TEMP).

N61331-03-M-3534 & N61331-03-M-1730 IPS
Provided test and evaluation support, developed system documentation and provided
programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET,
UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a draft
Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); developed a program test requirements matrix;
supported planning for Limpet MK 1, C4 and directionality testing conducted at CSS; conducted
planning for Lightening data collection/testing; developed, reviewed and commented on various
requirements documentation; developed final draft PHL and SSPP for approval; supported efforts
to refine requirements with Fleet Users.

N00024-C-96-6418 L3 Ongoing effort through Jun 03
L-3 Communications TMA Corporation was awarded the Naval Architect Marine Engineering,
Program Management and Logistics Support Services Contract for the Strategic Sealift Program
Office, now PMS325R. Key areas of support responsibility include naval architect and marine
engineering/technical support to identify, investigate, evaluate, resolve and recommend
critical/technical performance trade-off alternatives associated with ship conversions, ship new
construction, shipboard enhancement features, Class Standard Equipment, systems architecture,
design support, systems integration, and test and evaluation. Participated in Pre-Award and
Ship’s material-readiness surveys.. Implemented a web-based system for tracking ACRs and
FCFBRs which tracks documents from receipt through official resolutions. Assists PMS325R in
the development of TEMP. During the operational testing of the T-AKR 300 and 310 class ships,
participated in numerous LMSR cargo load-outs and performed extensive time and motion
studies to make full load-out predictions. The efforts proved invaluable in the absence of full
cargo load opportunities.

N66604-99-D-014E Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman applies its leading interoperability expertise to the development of leading
edge solutions that help create distributed, virtual T&E environments. For the Undersea
Systems Engineering Contract, Northrop Grumman provides interoperability software per HLA
standards to enable concepts like NUWCDIVNPT’s Undersea Battlespace (USB) laboratory and
Synthetic Environment Test Infrastructure (SETI). These undersea test environments feature
both simulated and live warfare assets in integrated test scenarios. The USB Facility provides
NUWC with a “Battlespace Operations Center” (BOC) for the development, planning,
coordination, and execution of events using Virtual Platforms (v-Platforms). The USB
interconnects live, virtual and constructive simulation facilities to generate a realistic replication
of existing and/or future submarine or surface ship USW dynamic interactions. Northrop
Grumman developed and enhances the USB Master Controller (MC), which provides synthetic
exercise scenario setup and control. The MC exercise manager provides a common exercise
environment, shared among interconnected participants, using Distributed Interactive Simulation
(DIS) and High Level Architecture (HLA) for interoperability. These interoperability solutions
enable extremely valuable breakthroughs in the world of Test and Evaluation including the
ability to “fire” Hardware-in-the-loop torpedoes (a real ADCAP torpedo G&C unit) during range
exercises at AUTEC. Such a capability provides very high fidelity testing and training while
saving the high expenditure of firing and retrieving exercise torpedo variants.

N63394-99-D-1207 Tri Star
In general, the work was divisible by the categories of Planning, Test Analysis and Reporting,
Test Operations, and Program Management Support. Planning included conducting research and
analytical support for development of data collection plans; developing test matrices and
procedures to satisfy objectives; determining data reduction requirements; and identification of
test and support facilities. Test Analysis and Reporting involved reviewing test plan(s) changes;
performance of data reduction; preparation of preliminary analysis of completed tests; and
correlation of data using appropriate statistical techniques. Test Operations Support included
observation of tests and demonstrations and the preparation of reports. Program Management
Support required conducting liaison with developing agencies, Navy laboratories, Service
Crypto-logic Agencies, and hardware/software contractors to ensure that Operational Test and
Evaluation requirements were adequately addressed to permit timely and effective testing.
Engineering support was provided for test planning, test operation, tactics generation, operational
and developmental testing and data analysis for AIEWS, NULKA, PRIVATEER, RAIDS,
SSDS, and all integrating elements. In addition, Tri Star provided assistance in researching,
coordinating, and producing presentations, briefings and associated materials addressing all
mission areas and capabilities. Tri Star engineers reviewed, analyzed, and updated test plans and
technical and tactical packages associated with OT-II for the NULKA Joint Test Program. Tri
Star was tasked to support project management activities for the PCDS Foreign Comparative
Testing (FCT) Program, the scope of which included analysis of program issues, operational test
planning, data collection and analysis, and documentation of impacts on program management of
related systems. Tri Star provided program planning, program management and technical data in
support of drafting the Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) and detailed review of
Operational Requirements Documents (ORD) to support SSDS, and all system peripherals and
sub-systems afloat and ashore. Tri Star collected shipboard data and conducted detailed analyses
during OT-II for NULKA and its integration with AIEWS. Tri Star collected shipboard data and
conducted detailed analysis during OT-IIA for SUPER BARRICADE and its integration with the
Privateer I and II systems.

3.15 Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support Experience:

N66604-99-D-0073 Anteon
On current contract N66604-99-D-0073 with NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon provides support to U.S.
Navy/Foreign Navy Towed Line Array Repair Facilities (TLARFs), Transducer Repair Facilities
(TRFs), and Transducer Acoustic Test Sites (ATSs) including: IOSC TLARF; FMF Cape Scott
TLARF; FMF Cape Breton TLARF; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard TRF; TATEF; SASEF
(Mayport and Norfolk); NUWC Dodge Pond and Seneca Lake ATSs. Anteon provides
inspections, tests, evaluations, and repairs of all current/past U.S. Navy Transducers.

N00167-02-D-0088 Anteon
Provided data processing support to develop, enhance, and operate routines used to analyze and
present model-scale acoustic data range calibration and performance data for the Intermediate
Scale Measurement System (ISMS) located at NSWC-CDs Acoustic Research Detachment.
Developed new, and updated existing, data reduction and presentation scripts, developed data
display and editing tools, processed ISMS–acquired data, generated analysis outputs, and
developed user documentation. Developed and modified scripts for data acquisition, data access,
and quality assurance. During preparation and conduct of ISMS Tests, assisted in groom and
operation of ECMS/MIS-2 resources and performed quick-look processing of acquired data.
(e.g., the ISMS Calibration and Display Module [IDPM], Enhanced Graphic Utilities [EGU],
Model Data Visualization Tool [MDV], and MONA [an acoustic data monitoring tool]).

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Provided engineering, technical, and program support to NSWC-PC for test and development of
laser diode array illuminations, phenomenology studies, and advanced hardware and sensor
studies to develop data required to resolve Navy and USMC tactical coastal reconnaissance
problems, including that of mine and minefield detection. Provided program management
assistance, data base support, field measurements and ground setup support, field testing, test
equipment preparation, equipment rack design and fabrication, equipment modification, aircraft
modification and preparation, logistic support, test planning and test report preparation.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Performed Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support at NSWC-Dahlgren
Division’s (NSWC-DD) Potomac River Test Range. Performed extensive services for the
NSWC-DD main and auxiliary ranges, including test arena design and setup, shell house
operations and ammunition loading, site remediation, and test data analysis. Developed Safety
Office compliant procedures in for heavy equipment operations and energetic materials handling
for all range activities and tests. Services delivered include certified ordnance handlers, machine
shop technicians, and range technicians.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support (3.15) was performed for
NSWCDD's Potomac River Test Range. Major products and services that were delivered
include certified ordnance handlers, machine shop technicians, and range technicians.

N61339-02-C-0118 CME
HSTSS NATO Standard Telemetry Fuze (NTSF). This contract involved the development of a
ruggedized subminiature on-board instrumentation system that replaces the standard NATO nose
fuze with telemetry and sensors to provide feedback of flight characteristics and reduce the
number of rounds expended for problem solving. The NTSF consists of a set of building blocks
integrated into a telemetry system that performs airborne measurements of gun-launched
munitions. These building blocks include an RF telemetry transmitter, antenna, encoder, sensor
electronicxs, and a regulated power source mounted within a mechanical body that conforms to
NATO nose fuze standards.

N66604-99-D-014E Northrop Grumman
In support of NAVSEA NUWC test and evaluation, Northrop Grumman designed and
implemented the amplifiers and receivers for the underwater acoustic modems for AUTEC and
PMRF; designed, implemented, and are installing a Link 11 / Link 16 data link test system at
AUTEC; and have supported multiple interoperability tests and experiments that linked the
ranges with land-based simulations, including Fleet Battle Experiments – India and Juliet. The
Team supporting this effort includes three Northrop Grumman entities and six active
subcontractors, ranging in size from a tier-two national firm to local single-person engineering
consultants.

3.16 Acquisition Logistics Support (ALS) Experience:

N66604-00-D-532A Anteon
On current NUWCDIVNPT contract N66604-00-D-532A, Anteon provides acquisition logistics
support for sonar, combat, communications, and weapon systems advanced concepts. This
includes requirements definition and analysis, fabrication and testing of special purpose
instrumentation and/or hardware.

GS23F-0076K/Task Order N61331-03-F-1517 Anteon
Under this GSA contract, Anteon is providing ALS Support by providing updates, development,
and reviews of AMCM Work Unit Codes; reviewing updates of AMCM Maintenance Plans; and
assisting in Optimized-Organizational Maintenance Activity development.

N00421-97-D-1213 ARINC
Provided technical, R&M, ALS, and QA engineering services to Anti-Submarine Warfare
(ASW) platform coordinators. Evaluated ASW platform fleet-reported system deficiencies and
analyzed system and subsystem components' performance characteristics. Collected and
prioritized fleet failure data, which identified system deficiencies that eluded detection using
existing test provisions at the intermediate and organizational maintenance levels. Developed and
coordinated new and revised organizational maintenance level test procedures. Identified ASW
platform readiness degrader candidate systems, subsystems, or components. Evaluated ASW
platform requirements for new or upgraded mission systems and design new mission systems or
system upgrades. Developed and coordinated development of Rapid Action Maintenance
Engineering Changes (RAMECs) and ECPs to incorporate equipment into fleet aircraft.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Conducted an Acquisition Logistics Support (ALS) program that ensured supportability,
maintainability and sustainment of the AN/AQS-20X/R system during DT/OT. Developed an
AN/AQS-20X/R Logistics IPT, which met as part of the Government’s Acquisition Logistics
Management Team (ALSMT), to jointly develop the logistics requirements for the AN/AQS-
20X/R. Updated and continued the development of the Acquisition Logistics Support Plan
(ALSP) for the AN/AQS-20X/R which addressed the system support and maintenance concept
and the following supportability analysis: maintenance planning; repair and task analysis;
manpower, personnel and training and training support; technical manuals and technical data;
support and test equipment; supply support; facilities; computer resources; and packaging,
handling, storage and transportation (PHS&T). Identified and documented support requirements
for the AN/AQS-20X/R as part of the ALSP. Developed a Logistics Database compliant with the
Enhanced Automated Graphical Logistics Environment (EAGLE). Developed a hardware
breakdown structure within EAGLE that agreed with the hardware breakdown contained in the
engineering drawings and drawing tree for the system.

F42640-00-D-0029 ARINC
Developed a database to provide maintenance and retrieval of data related to board of inspection
and discrepancy reports for aircraft going through Operational Evaluation (OPEVAL) following
C-2A Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) redesign. Developed and updated presentations on
top 20 C-2A Readiness Degraders. Updated the C-2A Acquisition Plan. Prepared ALS
presentation on SLEP structural modifications and system upgrades required to eliminate
obsolescence. Prepared MAT packages for various SLEP modifications. Prepared C-2A
Readiness presentation with the latest readiness degraders, aircraft inventory, and requirments to
sustain the C-2A until 2020. Supported the Acquisition program management structural engineer
(APMSE) during the STR Review held at SPAWAR RAMECs. Developed MAT packages for
proposed RAMECs.

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides Logistic Support Services to NUWC Division Keyport. The scope of this
contract includes the management and operation on NUWC Keyport's warehousing, receiving,
distribution, shipping, packaging and preservation, material movement, inventory management,
mailroom operations, requisition processing, and Excess, Recycle, and Reutilization operations.
NUWC Keyport Logistics Operations includes 23 storerooms at Keyport, WA and Hawthorne,
Nevada. Warehousing at these locations includes 210,000 Inventory Line Items. The logistic
and inventory systems used to maintain the inventory include the Inventory Logistic Supply
Management Inventory System (ILSMIS), Logistics Inventory Management System (LIMS),
Material Inventory Management System (MIMS), Material Control System (MCS), Retail
Ordnance Management System (ROLMS), Keyport Automated Supply System (KASS) and
Target Logistics Management System (LMS). These logistic and inventory systems support the
MK 46 and MK 50 Lightweight Torpedo, MK 48 Heavyweight Torpedo, Mine Warfare,
Submarine Combat and Communication, Surface Combat, NAVAIR, Strike, ASW, Navy
Training, MK 30 Target, Range, and Undersea Vehicle systems.

N00024-02-C-6202 CRC
CRC is providing acquisition logistic products and functions to the Deep Submergence
Directorate, PMS-395 in direct support of the U.S. Navy’s Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) Program.
As an integral part of the DDS Planning Yard Team, CRC has been certified as the In-Service
Engineering Agent (ISEA) and has been certified by the U.S. Navy’s Fleet Maintenance Policy
and Process Program - NAVSEA 04, for the development of their Reliability Centered
Maintenance (RCM) methodology as it applies to Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
maintenance requirements.

N00024-01-D-7017 CRC
Under contract to NSWC/CSS, CRC previously operated two LCACs during test and evaluation
of CRAFTALTS, and maintained all SEAOPS documentation. CRC employed two complete
LCAC crews made up of retired Navy personnel, who logged hundreds of “flight” hours out of
the Panama City facility. CRC also designed, built, and installed several CRAFTALTS,
including those necessary to permit Arctic operations. The work with the LCAC continues to this
day as a subcontractor to TMA, for whom CRC is performing critical portions of the SLEP.
CRC assisted TMA in all aspects of the planning, development, and establishment of full life
cycle support for the LCAC and its propulsion system.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N61331-03-M-3534 & N61331-03-M-1730 IPS
Provided test and evaluation support, developed system documentation and provided
programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET,
UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a draft
Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); developed a program test requirements matrix;
supported planning for Limpet MK 1, C4 and directionality testing conducted at CSS; conducted
planning for Lightening data collection/testing; developed, reviewed and commented on various
requirements documentation; developed final draft PHL and SSPP for approval; supported efforts
to refine requirements with Fleet Users.

N00024-01-C-2302 Northrop Grumman- Repair of USS Cole
Northrop Grumman Ship Systems made repairs and upgrades to the USS Cole following the
terrorist attack. Upon arrival at Ingalls, the ship was placed in dry-dock and transferred to the
land-based construction facility. The work required the replacement of very large structural
sections of the ship, and of a large number of ship support and mission systems. Since Northrop
Grumman functions as the Configuration Data Manger (CDM) for the CG 47 and DD 963 Class
ships, Northrop Grumman maintains accurate controls and lists of the equipment and
components configuration for each ship in these classes. CDM provided the basis for the
equipment removal and replacement.

N00174-02-D-0009 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering, Inc. provides/coordinates program acquisition, configuration management
and logistics management support to the Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems
Command, and NSWC Indian Head. Tri Star analyzes, investigates, and produces ILS
documentation to ensure that all program support requirements for ILS planning and
implementation have been adequately addressed. Tri Star has developed and updated ILS
Program Plans for the Thermal Imaging Sensor System (TISS) program (Acquisition Logistics
Support Plans, Logistics Requirements and Funding Summaries, Configuration Management
Plans, User Logistics Support Summaries, Navy Training System Plans, and Technical
Manuals). Tri Star participates in all segments of program management from the review of
technical manuals, the evaluation and selection of support equipment, interim support and the
provisioning process for spares (both consumable and repairable), and site surveys.
Tri Star performs a systematic and comprehensive logistic support analysis on an iterative basis
through all phases of the system/equipment life cycle to satisfy supportability objectives. Tri
Star assesses the conduct and content of the logistics support analysis program with associated
data and products for systems, subsystems and components. Tri Star has performed engineering
analysis and technical assessments of maintenance concepts and developed provisioning data for
the TISS and Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT) programs.

3.17 Supply and Provisioning Support Experience:

N00189-98-D-0037 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon maintained a 66,000-ft2 warehouse and a federally approved
property management system to support requirements for warehousing and shipping services for
pre-staging of Government Furnished Installation Material and other installation material. Over
the past 15 years, the warehouse team has handled receipt and issue of thousands of parts
shipments through both military and commercial means including classified material at the
Secret level in CONUS and OCONUS.

N66604-03-D-055A Anteon
Under this contract with NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon performs design, engineering, and operational
maintenance tasks required for EM systems installation, interface coordination, electronics
packaging, fabrication, and life cycle support. Anteon modifies existing EM systems including:
ship-checks for certification, inspection, liaison, and data. Anteon also prepares drawing
packages for shipboard installation checkout, test, evaluation, field maintenance, calibration
coordination and crew training.

N00024-00-G-6309/Delivery Order HR03 Anteon
On this contract for AN/AQS-14 Support Equipment Components, Anteon supports AMCM
Fleet Readiness provisioning efforts with an Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System.
The provisioning process is completed by first requesting a Provisioning Configuration Control
Number. After the PCCN is received, the ICAPS Project is developed then validated and posted
to the Client/Server and the PTD is delivered (drawings/catalog data). The Naval Inventory
Control Point reviews and accepts, at which point the project is then loaded into the Weapon
System File for Allowance Parts List and Allowance Equipment development.

N63394-97-D-1210 Anteon
Anteon provides supply and provisioning support for NSWC PHD’s PCMS program under
contract N63394-97-D-1210. Specific support includes ordering, shipping and tracking of PCMS
materials to/from approved vendors, inventory management and shipping and tracking of the
same to shipboard/yard installation locations. Anteon provides the on-site management of and
interface with NAVICP for material availability and disposition, as well as update of the PCMS
web site which includes responsibility for update of the NAVICP status report, inventory report,
backorder report, Live Link and user registration requirements.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Developed and reviewed PTD for AMCM systems and associated support equipment.
Developed, coordinated, and submitted routine maintenance actions (approximately 10
actions/month) to the AMCM Weapon System Files located at Naval Inventory Control Point,
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Updated and Maintained the Cognizant Field Activity (CFA)/
ISEA Supply Support Plan.

F42640-00-D-0029 ARINC
Supported the E-2/C2 Fleet Support Team to implement an Obsolescence Management Process.
Formatted and input electronic data from selected Naval (E-2 and C-2) aircraft systems into a
government provided analysis tool database (TACTRAC, an obsolescence management tool).
Collected and maintained baseline configuration data from government sources, such as
drawings, parts lists, performance specs, and Bill of Material (BOMs). Solutions evaluated
technical engineering component characteristics, OEM production requirements, replacement
factors, reliability, alternate sourcing, and cost benefit analysis. The analysis also included
evaluation of new procurements and modifications for supportability.

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system development and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemical analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.
This contract provides Logistic Support Services to NUWC Division Keyport. The scope of this
contract includes the management and operation on NUWC Keyport's warehousing, receiving,
distribution, shipping, packaging and preservation, material movement, inventory management,
mailroom operations, requisition processing, and Excess, Recycle, and Reutilization operations.
NUWC Keyport Logistics Operations includes 23 storerooms at Keyport, WA and Hawthorne,
Nevada. Warehousing at these locations includes 210,000 Inventory Line Items. The logistic
and inventory systems used to maintain the inventory include the Inventory Logistic Supply
Management Inventory System (ILSMIS), Logistics Inventory Management System (LIMS),
Material Inventory Management System (MIMS), Material Control System (MCS), Retail
Ordnance Management System (ROLMS), Keyport Automated Supply System (KASS) and
Target Logistics Management System (LMS).
These logistic and inventory systems support the MK 46 and MK 50 Lightweight Torpedo, MK
48 Heavyweight Torpedo, Mine Warfare, Submarine Combat and Communication, Surface
Combat, NAVAIR, Strike, ASW, Navy Training, MK 30 Target, Range, and Undersea Vehicle
systems.

N00600-98-C-0683 CRC
Prepared provisioning technical documentation, ship information books, maintenance
requirement cards, technical manuals, a program milestone tacking system, ILSPs, and NTPs.
Implemented LANs and shipyard management plans; attended provisioning guidance
conferences and production progress conferences in support of FMS cases; and provided design,
configuration management, field engineering, maintenance, maintenance planning, training,
provisioning, supply, spare parts support, casualty, and depot level repair services. Managed and
facilitated supply program provisioning and production progress conferences.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N61331-03-F-1050 TSI
TSI provided support and total responsibility for all AN/AQS-14A and AN/AQS-24 parts
maintained in the warehouse by conducting spot checks on a monthly basis and a semi-annual
inventory of components and parts to insure accountability. TSI insured that packing and
preservation of all components and parts received at the warehouse were in accordance with
current military specifications and standards. TSI inspected and repacked parts and components
to military specifications and standards as required. TSI was responsible for performing minor
disassembly and reassembly of AN/AQS-14A and AN/AQS-24 parts and components.

3.18 Training Support Experience:

N00189-98-D-0037 Anteon
Anteon had provided training support for tasks such as; developing training curriculum, student
handouts, and instruction guides; conducting classroom training; conducting on-the-job training;
maintain training records; and evaluating existing training curriculum. Anteon developed
operator instruction materials, in conjunction with the design and modification of AN/SLQ-25A
special test equipment, and provided over-the-shoulder shipboard training. Anteon has conducted
14 O&M training sessions for the FMS program (Spain, Turkey, and Taiwan).

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon is currently upgrading the STEP training CDs to a web based system
for the damage control sponsor under the D&S contract. The company provides training support
for the Navy and Coast Guard damage control systems, consisting of the Supplied Air Respirator
with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SAR w/SCBA), Scott SCBA, Supplementary
Emergency Egress Device (SEED), SEED Charging Manifold, Breathing Air Reducing Station,
Emergency Egress Breathing Device, and Breathing Air Charging System.

N66604-02-0-0789 Anteon
Under this current contract with NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon developed a Navy Training Plan and
implemented a training approach to introduce the AN/WSQ-9(V)2 system to the Navy’s
submarine fleet. Anteon developed improvements to this computer-based Self-Paced Onboard
Trainer, training packages for new IETM(s), and interactive CBT packages for presentation/use
by the Fleet on the new capabilities.

N63394-01-D-1116 Anteon
In support of PHD NSWC’s MK 41 VLS program, Anteon has been providing In-Service
Engineering/Field Service Representative (ISEA/FSR) training for over fifteen years to US and
FMS civilian and military personnel. Currently, as prime under the MK 41 VLS Training
contract (N63394-01-D-1116), Anteon provides a wide range training services including
curriculum development and management, classroom and laboratory instruction, student
progress tracking and tutoring, classroom/laboratory maintenance, documentation updates and
IMI (or computer based training).

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC
Developed and delivered Critical Infrastructure Program (CIP) training programs including
briefing materials and informational packets. Developed and maintained formal presentations for
the JPO-STC to provide process and procedural data to participating site assessment team
members prior to and after the completion of site assessments. Also developed and maintained
related informational presentations and supporting training programs for both Government and
Contractor personnel assigned to the CI Assurance Support Program.

N61331-01-D-0025 ARINC
Developed an AN/AQS-20A Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) Summary. Developed
training products and provided instructional services in accordance with the OAMCM Training
Schedule to train Government MH-60S pilot, aircrew and maintenance personnel in support of
AN/AQS-20A Contractor, Developmental, and Operational Test phase operations. Developed
AN/AQS-20A Maintenance Training courses to be IT-21 compliant and be suitable for export to
commercially available Computer Based Training (CBT) authoring packages.

F04701-00-A-8002 ARINC
Developed an interactive Computer Based Trainer for the GPS JPO which covered a variety of
GPS topics such as relevant ICDs, GPS security, GPS User Equipment, GPS applications, GPS
interoperability, GPS logistics, GPS training, and the future of GPS. Provided periodic
classroom training on User Equipment ICDs, including details of the ICDs a well as the
processes for developing them and getting them approved and boarded. Also led classes on
specific ICDs such as ICD-GPS-153, the RS/232-422 Serial Data Port Interface for GPS User
Equipment.

N00406-99-D-5130 BAE
This contract provides engineering and technical services to NUWC Keyport and its detachments
in Hawthorne, Nevada; San Diego, CA; and Hawaii. BAE provides technical services to ship
platforms, undersea weapons, undersea target, undersea vehicles, mine systems, Naval air
system, submarine and surface combat systems, range systems, fleet operational testing, and
Fleet operational support. Specifically, BAE Systems provides technical data collection and
analysis, technical studies and reports, program management, foreign military sales support,
system development and documentation, system operation and maintenance, publications and
presentations, configuration management and drafting, documentation control, emerging
technology studies, operational test support, testing of assemblies and components, equipment
assembly and installation, hardware preparation and maintenance, prototype hardware, process
engineering support, technical instruction, material and chemical analysis, battery shop support,
logistic support, and inventory/supply support.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N61339-02-F-0380 Northrop Grumman - Generic Re-configurable Training System (GRTS)
In support of NAVAIR Orlando, Northrop Grumman is developing a software training system
architecture. All software is developed under Northrop Grumman practices, certified CMMI
Level 5 in 2003 using the GRTS project. For the first application of GRTS, the SWOS Tactical
Action Officer trainer, the Instructional System and three key DDG-51 Combat Information
Center (CIC) Watchstations were designed and implemented. The second GRTS effort is to
provide FLEASWTRACEN, San Diego with a PC-based 14E35 Basic Operator Trainer for the
AN/SQQ-89 combat system. Both trainer designs are based on a training situation and
curriculum and training requirements analyses, which account for student KSAs and learning
goals and quantify system and instructor requirements to achieve these goals.

N47408-98-D-2503 Técnico
Provide technical services in support of the US Navy’s Hyperbarics and Diving Facilities
Program. Delivery Orders include: PVA-1 Blast and Coat; HPAC Overhaul; VSWMCM; Key
West Mods; LP Air System Modifications; Engineering Study; Concept of Operations for control
system at Malcolm Grow Medical Center; Upgrade control system at Malcolm Grow Medical
Center; Haskel pump and shop modifications; Auxiliary System Overhaul at NDSTC; ANSO
Overhaul, NDSTC, Panama City, FL; RCF 6500 Fabrication & Outfitting; and ANSO Overhaul
II, NDSTC, Panama City, FL.

3.19 In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
Experience:

N66604-03-D-120A Anteon
For NUWCDIVNPT contract N66604-03-D-120A, Anteon currently provides installation,
hardware fabrication, engineering/technical support, ship checks, and training for the Type 18
Periscope Cluster Swan Sensor and support systems. Anteon repairs and/or overhauls Type 18
Periscope, which includes conducting a TI&E, refurbishment, repair, installation, and conducting
an optical alignment and acceptance testing.

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
On this contract, Anteon provides USMC Engineering Support and USN Damage Control
Technical Support. Additionally, Anteon provides on-site personnel to support the ISEA for the
USMC Raid and Reconnaissance equipment and USN Damage Control and Life Support
Systems. Tasks include refurbishment, testing, component calibration, Fleet introduction, and
installation and checkout.

N63394-01-D-1116 Anteon
Under contract N63394-01-D-1116, Anteon has become an indispensable contractor in direct
support of the main mission for PHD NSWC. During the days following the terrorist attacks on
September 11th the PHD NSWC customer had the need to quickly get ships with VLS deployed.
Anteon employees were on-site in support of SRAs and DSRAs during this timeframe and
remained on-site working quickly and efficiently to get MK 41VLS operational and ready so that
these ships could deploy. Anteon provides technical support for ISEA fleet activities through
engineering investigations, technical issue resolution, support of fleet exercise events, such as
Combat System Ship Qualification Trials and through documentation creation and review.

N00189-03-0004 Anteon
Under this current contract, N00189-03-D-0004, Anteon is providing in-service engineering
services for fielded systems. Anteon is performing tasking such as: providing industrial
fabrication services, installation, maintenance and repair services in support of both Surface
Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs; fabrication, site surveys,
installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-
approved property management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and
GFM to installation sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based
facilities.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Provided corrosion and materials data/records management and engineering services to support
the incorporation and proper interpretation of corrosion, metallic, and nonmetallic materials
requirements for the DDG-51 Program Ship Design Office through continued accumulation,
interpretation, and management of materials/corrosion data. Provided specialized corrosion
control and environmental data/records management and engineering services by accumulating,
interpreting, and managing materials/corrosion data including DDG trial cards, Fleet and
shipbuilder issues, Affordability Cost Candidates, Internal Review Boards, ECPs, and Contract
Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs).

N66001-03-D-5020 ARINC and N63394-99-D-1207 Tri Star
Performed NAVSSI system upgrade on CVN-73 from version 3.4.1.23 to version 3.4.2.30 at
Norfolk Naval Shipyard in support of demonstration testing of NAVSSI standard message
support for the prototype installation of ADMACS on CVN-73. Provided ISEA training,
installation and checkout technical support, and troubleshooting assistance COMDAC, RTS,
WSN-7, and DSVL during CVN-76 Builder’s Trial.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 174 DMR
This Delivery Order was for the support of the AN/SQQ-32 Japan (JN) Case Foreign Military
Sales (FMS). Information developed included a program plan, program schedule, key
performance parameters, organizational charts, and projected/actual JN FMS Case cost/funding
information. Included development and updates of current (V)2 configurations, proposed Field
Change (FC) plans, and projected implementations of FC’s, as well as meeting and presentation
support.

N00164-00-D-0031 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering Performed technical analyses, certifications, check out and repair for
NSWC Crane Indiana, on specialized on-site and off site labor for installation of radar antennas
and systems, including AN/SPS-40, AN/SPS-49, SPS-55, AN/SPS-48E, Thermal Imaging
Sensor System (TISS), Integrated Point Detection System (IPDS) and AN/SPS-73 Tasks
included; analysis, validation, recommendations and implementation improvements (as
approved) to current resources, equipment, software and program tracking capabilities and as
related to targeted objectives within Code 805 and Code 809. Performed Phase One TISS
Installations on thirteen Coherent Receiver and Transmitter (CORT) and NON CORT FFG-7
class ships. Developed ICDs, as required, by documenting installations and installation
procedures if they were not in existence prior to an installation requirement.
Performed 58 IPDS Installations on various classes of ships to include, FFG, DDG, CG, DD,
CVN, LPD, AOE, and LHA. Developed ICDs, as required, by documenting installations and
installation procedures if they were not in existence prior to an installation requirement.

N63394-99-D-1207 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering Performed technical analyses, certifications, check out and repair for
NSWC Port Hueneme, on specialized on-site and off site labor for the ship and shore installation
of the Ship Self Defense System (SSDS) and the SSDS shore trainer at NSWC Damneck.
Prepared quarterly program review material, Conducted reviews of program documents, below
deck systems and antennas plus interfaces, switchboards, converters and modules associated with
these units. Tri Star provided pre and post inspections and verification of operational
capabilities for Code 4Y11. Tasks include the planning, organization, validation, and reporting
of current program efforts for SSDS. Tri Star provided meeting support and interface with the
ISEA and the OEM as directed by Code 4Y11 and the Program Office. Tri Star Provided
Installation Services and Support performing two SSDS installations and installation of the shore
based SSDS trainer at NSWC Damneck. Provided professional and technical personnel
experienced in installation of shipboard equipment, foundations, cabling, material management,
and associated installation tasks, including, site preparation, scaffolding, priming, painting,
lagging, cable pulling, cable banding, cable connector assembly, equipment installation,
equipment tagging, decking, fire watch, certified marine welding, and removal and/or installation
of Protective Counter Measure System materials.

N61331-03-F-1071 TSI
TSI provided tactical support for AN/AQS-14A operator training aboard the Fleet research
vessel Athena II and while they were conducting AN/AQS-14A missions against a close tethered
minefield. TSI assisted in generating an analysis report on the real time Post Mission Analysis
(PMA) of mission tapes and delivered an operator training analysis report.

N61331-03-F-1726 TSI
TSI converted the KC-130J Illustrated Handbook from an Access database into an Interactive
Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) with grayscale photos for posting on the Naval Air
Technical Data and Engineering Service Command (NATEC) website. TSI formatted the IETM
to include graphics conforming to NATEC specifications and created an interactive Table of
Contents. In addition, TSI formatted 10 existing KC-130 Support Equipment Maintenance
Requirements Cards (MRCs) and work area diagrams into HTML for viewing on the NATEC
website. All technical documentation includes the incorporation of Technical Manual Evaluation
Records (TMERs).

N61331-04-F-3506 TSI
TSI provided management, testing, maintenance, and operation of the AN/AQS-14A and
AN/AQS-24 assets at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City (NSWC-PC) and various
other fleet locations. Ensured the packing and preservation of all components and parts received
at the warehouse were in current military specifications. Responsible for total inventory control
and accountability of all AN/AQS-14A and AN/AQS-24 parts maintained in the warehouse and
conducted inventory of the entire warehouse to ensure accountability. Supported all phases of
warehouse receiving, shipping, storage, and handling. Performed minor disassembly and
reassembly of parts and components and performed minor repairs.

3.20 Program Support Experience:

N00189-03-D-0004 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon is providing all facets of program support for both Surface Anti-
Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs such as; fabrication, site
surveys, installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-
approved property management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and
GFM to installation sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based
facilities in support of the AN/SLQ-25A Surface Ship Torpedo Defense (SSTD) System.
Specific efforts performed are; prepare, update, and maintain presentation packages, attend
meetings and conferences, and maintain various databases in support of Acquisition Programs.

N66604-00-D-221A Anteon
On this NUWCDIVNPT contract, Anteon currently provides program support for the Advanced
Sonar Systems effort. This includes support development of program plans, financial
management, designing and executing schedules (both at the macro and detailed project level),
building presentations, supporting the administration of meetings, and assisting in the creation,
review, and production of technical documentation.

N63394-01-D-1115 Anteon
Under contract N63394-01-D-1115, Anteon drafts, analyzes, integrates, reviews and provides
recommendations for milestone and other documentation in accordance with Government, DOD
and Service regulations. Anteon has also evaluated issues and provide recommendations related
to MK 41 VLS baseline changes, cost, schedule, and performance. In support of these tasks
Anteon gathers information, identifies issues and provides recommendations and draft
documentation to achieve overall goals for weapon system strategic planning. Anteon continues
to review, analyze and provide recommendations to utilize new initiatives and best practices to
improve areas within program management.

GS35F-4357D/Task Order N61331-03-F-1636 Anteon
With this GSA contract, Anteon provides overall support for the business, financial management,
planning, and organizational efforts for the contract. Anteon develops MS Excel spreadsheets to
track project funding, expenditures (including labor and non-labor), and contracts by funding
appropriation and WBS. Data is extracted from CDBweb reports to populate these spreadsheets.
The spreadsheets are updated weekly and balanced with the NSWC-PC financial systems
currently in use.

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC
Conducted site assessments on over 70 selected DoD sites as assigned by the JPO-STC;
developed and validated site assessment methodologies; prepared site assessment reports and
participated in out briefs; facilitated Sector working group meetings, provided guidance and
clarification on issues related to the JPO-STC with regards to the CIP; and facilitated the
validation of DI characterization with the various Sector working groups. Also managed the
contractor support efforts for the JPO-STC, providing financial management and technical
support to ensure the effective acquisition, organization, and utilization of contractor personnel
to support JPO-STC program requirements.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Developed a Program Managers Notebook that included a program schedule, key performance
parameters, organizational charts, and projected and actual cost/funding information. Provided
technical support in the development of the AN/SQQ-32 FY 2002 Program Plan. Attended the
AN/SQQ-32 weekly program meetings and developed meeting minutes.

F04701-00-A-8002 ARINC
Provided program management services for the GPS JPO in support of systems development,
flight test and evaluation; managed six critical JPO IPTs. Initiated development of the systems
engineering (SE) infrastructure, policy and engineering tools to implement SE revitalization.
Investigated training; SMC product center engineering and acquisition tools; systems
engineering technical/engineering implementation support to SMC programs; space systems
architecture; specifications & standards; system engineering metrics; Enterprise Management;
acquisition practices/Acquisition Center of Excellence (ACE); space systems engineering
practices and Independent Program Reviews (IPAs). Supported development of the Capability
Maturity Model-Integrated (CMMI) common process model for benchmarking and appraisal of
the SMC System Program Offices. Prepared draft Project Officer Software Acquisition
Handbook; completed OSS&E Assurance Plan for DMSP; reviewed processes and completed
the Space Based Radar interface management integration process definition.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Program Support (3.20) was performed for STANDARD Missile, VLS, ESSM, PEO IWS, and
JPO-STC. Major products and services that were delivered include schedules, meeting support,
and financial reports.

N00178-00-C-2006 Bearing Point
BearingPoint was engaged to analyze, recommend and implement a comprehensive management
information system that would replace the SSPO’s use of incompatible project management
(PM) applications. Client’s maintenance-intensive, user-unfriendly information systems were a
collection of mainframe, client/server, and desktop applications that could not be efficiently
interfaced, and which held redundant data with significant gaps in crucial information.
BearingPoint’s assessment of organization’s current software applications resulted in
recommendations of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based products that included: 1) An
enterprise-capable project management suite and; 2) a decision support system. Deploying
BearingPoint’s Virtual Program Management (vPM) enterprise program management solution,
the BearingPoint team rapidly integrated PM information with other legacy source data to
provide SSPO project leaders with necessary business and technical information they needed to
plan and manage their programs. Primavera’s TeamPlay, a highly capable project management
suite was selected as “best of class” and implemented. TeamPlay implementation included
installation of and training in TeamPlay’s Project Manager, Portfolio Analyst, Methodology
Manager, and TeamPlayer (time keeping) modules. Complexity and length of the
implementation required development of a comprehensive communications plan and follow-on
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) initiatives to address the plethora of change management
issues. Detailed risk mitigation and contingency plans were also developed. The second
component of this systems integrations vPM effort was the decision support system which
included application of BearingPoint’s own widely-used data warehousing implementation
methodology that was customized to fit SSPO needs. Ardent’s™ DataStage Extended Edition
provided the extraction, loading, and transformation (ETL) capabilities, while MicroStrategy’s®
DSS Suite™ enabled the desired information “push,” customized alerts and reports, and on-line
analytic processing (OLAP). Overall approach for deploying this decision support system was
development of a series of functionally oriented increments of the custom-designed data marts
over a six- to nine-month timeframe. Solution was completely Web-enabled and allowed users
to conduct standard and ad hoc queries as well as “smart alerts” when specific business
conditions were present, or when project performance parameters were approached or exceeded.

N00024-98-C-6230 CSC
Provided program management and support for the total contract. Contract scope includes
development, production and life cycle support of affordable towed arrays. Funded activities
include the development and qualification of the fiber optic thin line array and the TB-16G
fatline array for the US Navy. Program Management responsibilities include coordination with
the customer (NAVSEA PMS401) and the lead Navy Lab (NUWC). Directed efforts through
the establishment of program baseline products including statement of work, work breakdown
structure, integrated program scheduled and earned value measurement system for all active
efforts. Efforts include the management of key subcontractors including Lockheed Martin and
General Dynamics to achieve overall program objectives.

N00024-98-C-6203 CSC
Program scope covers design, prototype fabrication, test and manufacture of innovative products
for Navy towed array sensor systems. Program management responsibilities involved
coordination of efforts with NAVSEA (PMS401, PMS411, PMS415, PMS181) and NUWC
during all phases of product development and production. The contract is administered through
technical instructions (TI) defining technical requirements, scope of work, deliverables, schedule
and cost constraints. Program management tasks include establishment and maintenance of
program plans; schedules and cost controls to ensure contract requirements are achieved on each
TI.
Additional responsibilities include coordination with the customer community (NAVSEA
PMS401) and the lead Navy Lab (NUWC). Individual tasks are managed through the
establishment of program baseline products including statement of work, work breakdown
structure; integrated program scheduled and earned value measurement system for all active
efforts. Efforts include the management of key subcontractors and component suppliers to
achieve overall program objectives. Robust risk management processes have been implemented
to ensure products developed and transitioned to production achieve end user requirements and
are delivered within contract schedule and cost constraints. Programs have demonstrated CSC’s
ability to accelerate the design, manufacture, test and delivery of innovative products to the fleet.
N61331-00-D-0019, DO 174 DMR
This Delivery Order was for the support of the AN/SQQ-32 Japan (JN) Case Foreign Military
Sales (FMS). Information developed included a program plan, program schedule, key
performance parameters, organizational charts, and projected/actual JN FMS Case cost/funding
information. Included development and updates of current (V)2 configurations, proposed Field
Change (FC) plans, and projected implementations of FC’s, as well as meeting and presentation
support.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 153, DO 135, DO 112, DO 091, DO 066 DMR
These delivery orders were for support of the AN/SQQ-32 Advanced Mine Countermeasures
(AMCM) sonar suite installed aboard Navy Mine Countermeasures (MCM) ships. Under these
delivery orders for this program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided strategic planning to the
Program Manager for all technical, program management, and logistics tasks. Identified tasks,
schedules, personnel and funding resources needed to execute the program. This information
was entered into the Program Budgeting and Management System (PBMS) database for
management approval. Actual labor, material, and contracted charges recorded in the Corporate
Database System (CDB) are downloaded and analyzed for funding balance information, and
planned expenditures against actual expenditures. These delivery orders also included tasking to
support program reviews, developing briefing materials, development and updating of Task
Plans, Test Planning Documentation, Phase II Sensor Baseline Testing support, Test Reports,
and White papers on future Program Objective Memorandum (POM) issues.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 177, DO 147, DO 122, DO 109, DO 060, DO 050 DMR
These deliver orders were for support of the BPS system. Under these delivery orders for this
program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided development of new program documentation to include
an initial operations manual, technical drawings, illustrations and parts lists. DMR Consulting,
Inc also provided strategic planning to the Program Manager for all technical, program
management, and logistics tasks. These orders also included meeting support and the
development of presentation materials.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

GS-23F-0025/K62891DS103 IPS
Provided program support, developed system documentation and provided safety support to the
Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET, UW) Program in support of the
Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a Program Plan for the program;
developed a draft program schedule; developed a draft Preliminary Hazard List for the system;
reviewed and commented on various program documentation; supported preparations and
presentation of the program before the Weapon System Explosive Safety Review Board
(WSESRB).

N61331-02-M-1378 IPS
Provided system safety support, developed system documentation, supported system testing and
provided programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-
SYDET, UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Organized
and supported System Safety Working Group (SSWG) meetings; developed response to
WSESRB findings and addressed findings; supported planning efforts for environmental testing
conducted at Eglin AFB; supported system design review meeting; developed System Safety
Program Plan (SSPP); revised the system Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHL); reviewed system
program documentation; developed portions of the system Test and Evaluation Master Plan
(TEMP).

N61331-03-M-3534 & N61331-03-M-1730 IPS
Provided test and evaluation support, developed system documentation and provided
programmatic support to the Time Delay, Sympathetic Detonator, Underwater (TD-SYDET,
UW) Program in support of the Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL. Developed a draft
Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); developed a program test requirements matrix;
supported planning for Limpet MK 1, C4 and directionality testing conducted at CSS; conducted
planning for Lightening data collection/testing; developed, reviewed and commented on various
requirements documentation; developed final draft PHL and SSPP for approval; supported efforts
to refine requirements with Fleet Users.

N00024-01-D-7026 Northrop Grumman NAVSEA Program Support
Northrop Grumman leads a six-company team of small and large businesses supporting the PMS
422 STANDARD Missile Program Office. For 13 years, Northrop Grumman has coordinated all
aspects of business and financial management support for PMS 422: e.g., prepare and review
executive correspondence, briefings, and top-level 5000.2 acquisition documentation; apply core
business and financial operations, such as earned value and total ownership costs; and maintain
program metrics and prepare for DoD and Congressional Staff hearings.

N00164-01-D-0048 Tri Star
Provided Program Support for the SPS-73 Program. Tri Star Engineering provided technical,
engineering and/or management personnel in support of the Acquisition Engineering Agent
(AEA) functions. Support functions included budgetary analysis, financial tracking, program
review status as well as attend meetings, conferences, or reviews associated with the AN/SPS-73
radar system program. Tri Star also provided meeting coordination and SPS 73 program
management support consisting of planning meetings, coordinating schedules, and analyzing
costs.

3. 21 Administrative Support Experience:

N00189-03-D-0004 Anteon
Anteon provides administrative support services in support of both Surface Anti-Submarine
Warfare (ASW) and Mine Warfare (MIW) programs for efforts such as; fabrication, site surveys,
installation drawing development, system operation and testing, maintaining a federally-
approved property management system, providing the shipment and pre-staging of GFE and
GFM to installation sites located worldwide, and repair services for ships and shore-based
facilities.

N61331-01-D-0018 Anteon
Under this contract, Anteon provides extensive administrative support. This support includes the
preparation, tracking, and upkeep of programmatic documentation. It also includes the
developing, editing, and formatting of programmatic documents for selected program
distribution as required.

N66604-97-D-4045 Anteon
Under this contract with NUWCDIVNPT, Anteon provided administrative support to the NUWC
Program Office. This included developing presentations, attending meetings and disseminating
meeting minutes, updating the LOTUS Notes Databases (i.e., Action Items, FMS) and other
programmatic tasks. Anteon provided comment resolution to documentation as they relate to the
TCP/MDA modules and products.

N63394-97-D-1115 Anteon
Under contract N63394-97-D-1115, Anteon provides technical and administrative services for
the development, maintenance, and update of U.S. and FMS versions of technical
documentation. Anteon also conducts all record keeping for student records, upkeep of a test
bank database and attends various meetings for MK 41 VLS In-Service Engineering Agent/Field
Service Representative (ISEA/FSR) course of instruction (COI) as well as Foreign Military Sales
(FMS) and Delta courses.

NXXXXX-02-D-2256 ARINC
ARINC provided conference preparation and facilities setup; collected DI Sector
Characterization and dependency data; and input DI Sector characterization, business processes,
and dependency data into applicable JPO-STC CIP databases. The ARINC Team also provided
on site administrative support for the JPO-STC software and security program, the related GIS
capability, and maintained the extensive program record and file systems.

N61331-00-D-0019 ARINC
Attended AN/AQS-20 Minehunting Sonar weekly meetings, and prepared AN/AQS-20 weekly
meeting minutes. Edited the MIW and Specialty Engineering Monthly Status Reports to ensure
consistency within reports, accuracy and consistency of financial information, proper use of
grammar, usage, and spelling. Provided proofreading, mechanical editing, and copyediting
services IAW ARINC and DoD standards (e.g., The Style Manual, MIL-STD-12D, MIL-HDBK-
63038-2 [TM], etc.). Documents included technical reports, proposals, and technical papers.
Conferred directly with NSWC-PC customers to clarify report content. Edited classified
technical documentation. Tracked CDRLs.

N66001-00-D-0020 ARINC
Maintained and operated the VLA technical library, cataloged materials, maintained the library
database, assigned document numbers for in-house documents, converted documents to PDF
format, and distributed to external activities. Prepared transmittals and distribution letters IAW
SSC SD administrative directives. Carried out reference assignments related to the VLA
program.

N00178-01-D-1050 BAE
Administrative Support (3.21) was performed for STANDARD Missile, VLS, ESSM, PEO
IWS, and JPO-STC. Major products and services include meeting scheduling, minutes, and
action item lists.

N66604-97-D-4045 Bearing Point
Prepared and maintained POA&Ms, cost-model development, domestic budgeting, Earned Value
Management, Programmed Objective Memorandum (POM) preparation, international
releasability analyses, “cradle-to-grave” FMS Case Management, from pre-case analyses to case
reconciliation, and the development of resource management database tools. Specifically,
BearingPoint implemented the Security Assistance Case Management System, an FMS
case/financial management database; created interactive quick pricing templates and
comprehensive models for timely Rough Order of Magnitude and Price and Availability pricing
of Lightweight and Heavyweight torpedoes; used Business Process Improvement methodologies
to draft vision document and establish action plans for the Resource Management Process
Improvement (RMPI) Team; developed an integrated database to aid in analysis of government
field activity budget requirements and establish the funding profiles for future years; developed
Fleet Exercise Usage cost model as decision support tool for PMS404 to assist in financial
analysis; developed integrated financial execution tracking system for both domestic and FMS
programs; developed a database that merges Standard Accounting and Reporting System
(STARS) download data with contract modification data, enabling single-point access to reports
concerning contract close-out issues; prepared input for FMS Administrative budget calls using
DSCA/Navy IPO Six Core Functions of Pre-LOR, Case Development, Case Execution, Case
Closure, Business Sustaining, and Other Security Cooperation - fully conversant in the DSCA
FMS Admin Activity Based Management effort. BearingPoint’s support also included
conceptualization of a major Armaments Cooperative project with the Royal Australian Navy,
the establishment of the USN/RAN Joint Project Office, the drafting of cooperative project
Summary Statements of Intent and draft Memoranda of Understanding, and development of the
Torpedo Team International concept, which has directly made U.S. Navy-Industry cooperation
on international marketing, standard procedure. Also provided comprehensive programmatic
and financial management support and analysis for existing FMS cases and prospective FMS
customers which included coordination and pricing out of P&A and LOA data, creation of
Defense Security Assistance Management system packages, and the preparation and support of
all planning meetings and conferences; used financial accounting and execution systems
including STARS, Management Information System for International Logistics, and the
Automated Funding Document System; used and trained government personnel on NAVSEA’s
Corporate Document Management System (Livelink CDMS); prepared project security
instruction and classification guide for torpedo ACP.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 174 DMR
This Delivery Order was for the support of the AN/SQQ-32 Japan (JN) Case Foreign Military
Sales (FMS). Information developed included a program plan, program schedule, key
performance parameters, organizational charts, and projected/actual JN FMS Case cost/funding
information. Included development and updates of current (V)2 configurations, proposed Field
Change (FC) plans, and projected implementations of FC’s, as well as meeting and presentation
support.

N61331-00-D-0019, DO 153, DO 135, DO 112, DO 091, DO 066 DMR
These delivery orders were for support of the AN/SQQ-32 Advanced Mine Countermeasures
(AMCM) sonar suite installed aboard Navy Mine Countermeasures (MCM) ships. Under these
delivery orders for this program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided strategic planning to the
Program Manager for all technical, program management, and logistics tasks. Identified tasks,
schedules, personnel and funding resources needed to execute the program. This information
was entered into the Program Budgeting and Management System (PBMS) database for
management approval. Actual labor, material, and contracted charges recorded in the Corporate
Database System (CDB) are downloaded and analyzed for funding balance information, and
planned expenditures against actual expenditures. These delivery orders also included tasking to
support program reviews, developing briefing materials, development and updating of Task
Plans, Test Planning Documentation, Phase II Sensor Baseline Testing support, Test Reports,
and White papers on future Program Objective Memorandum (POM) issues.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 177, DO 147, DO 122, DO 109, DO 060, DO 050 DMR
These deliver orders were for support of the BPS system. Under these delivery orders for this
program, DMR Consulting, Inc provided development of new program documentation to include
an initial operations manual, technical drawings, illustrations and parts lists. DMR Consulting,
Inc also provided strategic planning to the Program Manager for all technical, program
management, and logistics tasks. These orders also included meeting support and the
development of presentation materials.

N61331-00-D-0019 DO 169, DO 144, DO 089, DO 015 DMR
Under these delivery orders, DMR Consulting, Inc was tasked by the Coastal Systems Station to
support the program management requirements of the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic
Reconnaissance Vehicle (SAHRV), Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device
(HRLMD) and the Non-gasoline Burning Outboard Engine (NBOE). DMR Consulting was
contracted under this delivery order to provide program management support to achieve the next
scheduled acquisition Milestones for each program, and to facilitate and support program
reviews and related requirements.
As part of these delivery orders, DMR Consulting developed an Operational Requirements
Document, developed Acquisition Program Baseline documents, Master Test Plans,
Developmental Test Plans and associated test reports, Single Acquisition Master Plans, Life
Cycle Sustainment Management Plans, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, updated and reproduced
operation and maintenance technical manuals, and developed briefing materials.
DMR Consulting performed a Level of Repair Analysis, monitored training courses, provided
support for developmental, environmental, and operational test events, performed acceptance and
software testing, reviewed logistics products from hardware contractors and the Program Office,
performed physical configuration audits, and participated in various Integrated Product Team,
Test Working Interface Group, and related program review meetings.

N00024-C-96-2418 L3 - Ongoing effort through Jun 03
Provides BFM support, including NDSF budget and contract support. Develops a weekly status
summary of the NDSF ILS funds provided to FISC Puget on spares procurement, and proposals
regarding future budgets. Tracks AMODs/PMODs on the shipbuilding contracts, and assists with
the PMODs drafting. Analyzes shipbuilders’ Cost Performance Reports (CPRs), provides on-site
monitoring at NGSS-AO and NASSCO, and formulates monthly Production Assessment
Reports. Resolves T-AKR issues through coordination with the shipbuilders and regulatory
bodies e.g. ABS, and a complete knowledge of commercial ship requirements such as SOLAS.
Supports Government/shipbuilder contract negotiations, DAES reporting efforts, and Integrated
Baseline Reviews.
Provides complete data management services to PMS325R, including management of all T-AKR
CDRL submittals. Manages electronic receipt of digital CDRL submittals and provides DRL
status and tracking reports. Developed the PMS325R CDRL database. Provides Business
Information Manager support, including researching and drafting responses to NMCI data calls.
Supported MERLIN development and maintenance. In April 2003, PMS325R Contractor
Performance Questionnaire, the Navy rated TMA “Outstanding” in every category.

N00164-00-D-0031 Tri Star
Tri Star Engineering provided data entry/illustration and technical services support. Tri Star
Engineering developed and populated maintenance databases, as well as provided administrative
support while attending meetings, conferences, and reviews I support of the Surface Electronic
Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP). Tri Star personnel provided planning support,
prepare briefing materials, and develop, record, or distribute minutes for meetings, conferences
or reviews associated with Surface Electronic Warfare projects. Tri Star personnel documented
the proceedings and completed action items within the scope of the DO and assignments
resulting from such meetings.

								
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