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					CONTRACTUAL ENGINEERING TASK
 (CET)/STATEMENT of WORK (SOW)
                       For

    C-5 Landing Gear Integrity Program

                  C-5 LGIP

    AIR FORCE MATERIAL COMMAND

                  13 Aug, 2009
               Revised 10 Sept, 2009



                   Prepared by:

                   Scott Wrigley
                 730 ACSG/GFEAB
           Robins AFB, GA 31098-1670
           William.Wrigley@robins.af.mil

                  Michael Schow
                417 SCMS/GUEB
               Hill AFB, UT 84056
                 DSN: 777-2092
             Michael.schow@hill.af.mil

               Table of Contents
1.0      INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 4 
   1.1     Purpose............................................................................................................................ 4 
   1.2     Scope ............................................................................................................................... 4 
   1.3     Background ..................................................................................................................... 4 
2.0      REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................ 4 
   2.1     Government Documents .................................................................................................. 4 
3.0      CONTRACTOR TASKING / REQUIREMENTS ............................................................. 5 
   3.1   Landing Gear System Review: ....................................................................................... 5 
   3.2   Root Cause Determination: ............................................................................................. 6 
   3.3   Eight-year Landing Gear Overhaul Feasibility Analysis................................................ 6 
   3.4   Provide Technical Response Engineering: ..................................................................... 7 
   3.5   AAIP Support: ................................................................................................................ 7 
   3.6   Ground Rules and Other Requirements: ......................................................................... 7 
4.0      DELIVERY SCHEDULE AND PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE ..................................... 7 
   4.1     Period of Performance .................................................................................................... 7 
   4.2     Delivery Schedule ........................................................................................................... 7 
   4.3   Program Management ..................................................................................................... 9 
   4.4 Program Management Plan ................................................................................................... 9 
   4.5     Program Status Reviews/Technical Interchange Meetings ............................................ 9 
   4.6     Expertise/Professional Services ...................................................................................... 9 
   4.7     Government Inspection and Acceptance of Deliverables ............................................. 10 
5.0      SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS ....................................................................................... 10 
   5.1     Security ......................................................................................................................... 10 
   5.2     Access to Facilities and Property .................................................................................. 10 
   5.3     Government Furnished Equipment, Materials, and Software....................................... 11 
   5.4     Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS)/Government Provided Office Space .......... 11 
   5.5     Government Program and Contract Management ........................................................ 11 
      5.5.1 Government Program Management: ........................................................................... 11 
      5.5.4  Government Contract Management: ......................................................................... 11 
   5.6     Safety Requirements ..................................................................................................... 11 
      5.6.1  General Safety Requirements ................................................................................... 11 
6.0      TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: .......................................................................................... 12 
   6.1   Travel Requirements ..................................................................................................... 12 
   6.2   Travel Approval ............................................................................................................ 12 
7.0      SERVICES SUMMARY .................................................................................................. 12 
8.0      QUALITY ASSURANCE PERSONNEL ........................................................................ 13 
9.0      CONTINUATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES DURING CRISIS .............................. 13 
ATTACHMENT I -- CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LISTS (CDRLs) ...................... 14 
ATTACHMENT II -- UNFUNDED ADDITIONAL TASKING ................................................ 20 




                                                          ACRONYM LIST


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AAIP       Aircraft Availability Improvement Program
AFMC       Air Force Material Command
ALC        Air Logistics Center
AUSD       Assistant Under Secretary of Defense
CET        Contractual Engineering Task
DOD        Department of Defense
DUSD       Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
ESA        Engineering Source Authority
FOD        Foreign Object Damage
FSIP       Functional Systems Integrity Program
ISO/IEC    International Organization for Standardization/International
           Electro-technical Commission
IPT        Integrated Project Team
LRU        Line Replaceable Unit
MAJCOM     Major Command
MIL-STD    Military Standard
MIP        Material Improvement Project
MSTG       Material Safety Task Group
NSN        National Stock Number
PDM        Programmed Depot Maintenance
PIWG       Product Improvement Working Group
QAP        Quality Assurance Personnel
ROI        Return On Invenstment
SRU        Shop Replaceable Unit
SNT        Serial Number Tracking
TIM        Technical Interchange Meeting
T.O.       Technical Order
USD AT&L   Under Secretary of Defense Acquisition Transportation and
           Logistics
WR-ALC     Warner Robins Air Logistics Center




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1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Purpose

      This project is aimed at conducting studies, performing engineering analyses and based
      on those studies and analyses, improving the availability of the C-5 aircraft. More than
      30 percent of all maintenance man-hours for the C-5 are consumed in replacing,
      repairing, or troubleshooting landing gear components. Improvements must be made to
      reduce landing gear in-flight failures, maintenance man-hours and aircraft downtime.
      This project targets the C-5 landing gear system, commodity piece parts and the
      interaction between the two.

1.2 Scope

      This CET/SOW directs the contractor to conduct a disciplined Functional Systems
      Integrity Program (FSIP) study of the landing gear at the system level to identify system
      deficiencies, identify the root causes, and quantify the impact of the deficiency to the
      fleet. Projects are validated by conducting research, analysis, test, and evaluation in
      order to fully identify the deficiency. Work for this effort will be under the direction of
      the 730th Aircraft Sustainment Group and will be coordinated with the 417
      SCMS/GUEB, Hill AFB, UT when a commodity part is affected. The 417 SCMS/GUEB
      will serve as program manager and co-chair of an Integrated Product Team (IPT) which
      will be involved in various aspects of this effort.

1.3 Background

      The C-5 Galaxy is a heavy-cargo transport designed to provide strategic airlift for
      deployment and supply of combat and support forces. The C-5 can carry unusually large
      and heavy cargo for intercontinental ranges at jet speeds. The plane can take off and land
      in relatively short distances and taxi on substandard surfaces during emergency
      operations. The Galaxy's weight is distributed on its high flotation landing gear, which
      has 28 wheels. The landing gear system can raise each set of wheels individually for
      simplified tire changes or brake maintenance.
      Improvements must be made to reduce landing gear in-flight failures, maintenance man-
      hours and aircraft downtime. C-5 Aircraft Technical Orders (T.O.s) need to be reviewed
      and improved to ensure best practice and complete coverage. The delegated engineering
      source authority (ESA) for the C-5 landing gear is 417 SCMS/GUEB, Ogden Air
      Logistics Center, at Hill AFB, UT.


2.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

2.1     Government Documents

      All USAF C-5 aircraft level technical orders.



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    All USAF landing gear commodity technical orders.
    Releasable drawing where applicable


3.0 CONTRACTOR TASKING / REQUIREMENTS
       For data deliverables for section 3 see paragraphs 4.2 through 4.5

       The contractor shall execute the following activities:

3.1 Landing Gear System Review:
    The landing gear system review is a two step approach aimed at discovering,
    investigating and implementing corrective actions to validated findings. Mission
    reliability and aircraft availability will be prime drivers for all work performed.
    Contractor shall employ the Functional Systems Integrity Program (FSIP) steps one and
    two as part of this basic effort. Contractor shall develop an FSIP process and the sub-
    steps required to fully execute an engineering analysis of the C-5 landing gear.

        •   Data Gathering: Research and extract relevant landing gear system data from
            available government and commercial data systems. Document and organize all
            landing gear markers/information obtained in an appropriate matrix/database to
            allow for efficient analysis, retrieval, and manipulation of data. Data systems and
            information available for research include:

               •   Maintenance and supply data from applicable government legacy systems.
               •   Technical order procedures and troubleshooting steps.
               •   Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) landing gear requirements.
               •   Material Safety Task Group (MSTG), Product Improvement Working
                   Group (PIWG), Material Improvement Project (MIP), and other industry
                   conferences as available.
               •   Field representatives, Major Command (MAJCOM), and overhaul
                   facilities.
               •   Commercial technology/practices.

CDRL Sequence Numbers A039 and A038, Combined A039 Contractors Progress,
Status, and Management Report and A038 Engineering and Technical Services
Accomplishment Report.

        •   Analysis: Contractor shall conduct analyses on the information received in the
            data gathering phase. Provide the Government with an assessment and/or
            investigation of existing findings and failures.        Problem identification,
            engineering/supportability, and system safety analyses may all be used to develop
            findings. The contractor shall complete the following requirements as part of the
            analysis effort:




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               •   Hold a Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM) to brief and discuss
                   findings to date. The TIM should be held about half-way into the analysis
                   period.
               •   At the conclusion of the analysis period, document each finding and
                   provide top-level plans for development of corrective/improvement
                   actions for each finding outlining preliminary assessments of technical and
                   economic benefits as well as risks. Brief these at a TIM and document
                   them in a report.
               •   Areas for possible corrective actions might include, but are not limited to:
                   technical order procedures and/or usability formats; aircraft PDM
                   requirements and process flow; depot repair/overhaul requirements and
                   processes; and re-design of aircraft systems and or components.
               •   As findings are substantiated and the top-level plans are prepared, TIMs
                   may be held to incrementally review individual findings.

CDRL Sequence Numbers Combined A039 Contractors Progress, Status, and
Management Report and A038 Engineering and Technical Services Accomplishment
Report.


3.2 Root Cause Determination:
    Analyze system components to determine root cause for failure. Complete analysis on
    IPT approved components to determine reasonable life and reliability centered
    markers. Model IPT approved system interactions as needed to assist in root cause
    development.

CDRL Sequence Numbers Combined A039 Contractors Progress, Status, and
Management Report and A038 Engineering and Technical Services Accomplishment
Report.


3.3 Eight-year Landing Gear Overhaul Feasibility Analysis
    Contractor shall analyze landing gear system components for extending landing gear
    PDM overhaul cycle from a five to eight year cycle. The analysis shall include the
    following:

           •   Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) analysis to ensure extended overhaul cycle
           •   Recommended field practices to extend gear life
           •   Recommended overhaul practices/processes to extend gear life
           •   Mitigation plan for components that reasonably cannot reach the eight year
               overhaul cycle.

CDRL Sequence No. A045 Technical Report – Study/Services.




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3.4 Provide Technical Response Engineering:
    Conduct research, analyses, test and evaluation to resolve emergent in-service problems
    that impact C-5 mission readiness and aircraft availability. (Consider a half a man year
    for pricing considerations.)

CDRL Sequence No. A045 Technical Report – Study/Services.

3.5 AAIP Support:
    Attend, participate, and support Aircraft Availability Improvement Program (AAIP)
    meetings as requested.
           • Submit landing gear findings for consideration and action upon request.
           • Provide a Return On Investment (ROI) and aircraft improved availability
               report for matured projects as agreed upon by the IPT.

CDRL Sequence No. A045 Technical Report – Study/Services.


3.6          Ground Rules and Other Requirements:

 3.6.1 This effort will use an Integrated Process Team (IPT) approach with full participation
 by 730 ACSG (Co-Chair), OO-ALC/417 SCMS (Co-Chair), MAJCOM and user
 representatives, and aircraft and landing gear OEMs. Prepare for Technical Interchange
 Meetings (TIMs) as required to accomplish efforts. Location of TIMs will be determined at
 a later date, however, for planning purposes assume they will be held at Robins AFB,
 Georgia.

 3.6.2 Recommended technical order changes shall be formally validated by the contractor
 and verified by 730 ACSG and 417th SCMS/GUEB engineering before being submitted as a
 final product.


4.0 DELIVERY SCHEDULE AND PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE

4.1 Period of Performance

      The period of performance for the basic effort shall be for 18 months following award. It
      is expected that individual subtasks will be completed at earlier dates and will be
      delivered incrementally. The contractor shall develop and provide a Management Plan
      (due to the Government 30 calendar days after award), which includes a Master
      Schedule, for accomplishing all tasks.


4.2 Delivery Schedule

         The contractor shall deliver the following documents/reports/products:

             1. Landing Gear System Analysis Source Data, Reports and Forms


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             2.   Engineering Designs, Prototypes, Tests, and Certifications
             3.   Management Plan
             4.   Conference Agendas and Minutes
             5.   Contractor Status

They shall be delivered in accordance with the appropriate CDRL item below.
All due dates are calendar days

 Paragraph               DESCRIPTION                                  CDRL     Due Date
 4.5                     Conference Agenda                            A001     NLT 5 days
                                                                               prior to
                                                                               conference
 4.5                     Conference Minutes                           A002     NLT 5 days
                                                                               post conference
 3.1, 3.2, 4.5           Engineering and Technical Services           A038     NLT 30 days
                         Accomplishment Report                                 prior to Period
                                                                               of Performance
                                                                               expiration
 3.1, 3.2, 4.3           Contractors Progress, Status, and            A039     NLT 30 days
                         Management Report                                     ARO and every
                                                                               30 days
                                                                               thereafter
 Attachment II,          Test Design and Assessment Report            A006     NLT 30 days
 Option 1                                                                      after design
                                                                               review and
                                                                               resubmission
                                                                               NLT 15 days
                                                                               after any design
                                                                               changes
 Attachment II,          Technical Data Package and Validation        A068       NLT 30 days
 Option 1                Report                                                   after design
                                                                                  review and
                                                                                 resubmission
                                                                                 NLT 15 days
                                                                               after any design
                                                                                    changes
 4.4                     Management Plan                              A081     NLT 30 days
                                                                               ARO
 3.3, 3.4, 3.5,          Technical Report – Study/Services            A045     30 days prior to
 Attachment II,                                                                Period of
 Option 1,                                                                     Performance
 Option 2                                                                      expiration
 Attachment II,          Design Data and Calculations                 A017     NLT 30 days
 Option 1                                                                      prior to Period
                                                                               of Performance
                                                                               expiration



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4.3 Program Management

      CDRL Sequence No. A039 Monthly Status Report
      This report shall contain:
      Progress of the previous month
      Status of contract milestones
      Resource expenditures for the project
      Issues/concerns and associated recommendations

 4.4 Program Management Plan

      CDRL Sequence No. A081 Program Plan (Program Management Plan)
      This plan shall contain:
      Major Milestones
      Expected Resource expenditures for the project
      Issues/concerns and associated recommendations

4.5     Program Status Reviews/Technical Interchange Meetings

      The contractor shall propose and attend regular program status reviews, as approved by
      the Government Program Manager. The purpose of these meetings shall be to brief the
      progress of each assigned task, and to solicit input and concurrence of work performed.
      The contractor shall generate presentation materials as required to aid in the discussion of
      technical issues and shall support Technical Interchange Meetings/Reviews. The
      contractor shall provide conference agendas, meeting minutes, and track Action Items
      associate with the aforementioned meetings/reviews. The meetings shall include a
      discussion of key accomplishments, issues impacting delivery, areas for improvement,
      and anticipated schedule impacts. Updates or changes to the schedule milestones shall be
      presented at IPT meetings for approval.

        CDRL Sequence No. A001              Conference Agenda
        CDRL Sequence No. A002              Conference Minutes
        CDRL Sequence No. A038              Technical Report (Action Items)

4.6 Expertise/Professional Services

      The contractor shall furnish professional and technically qualified personnel to perform
      assigned tasking. The contractor shall provide total task management and supervise
      contractor personnel. The contractor’s Technical Lead shall serve as the primary point of
      contact for all technical aspects of the required work. This person shall also be a prime
      provider of the required technical services.

      The contractor must have relevant experience in the development and implementation of
      process improvements relating to aircraft landing gear.




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4.7 Government Inspection and Acceptance of Deliverables

     The Government Program Manager will have the right to reject or require correction of
     any deficiencies found in deliverables. In the event of rejection of any deliverable, the
     contractor will be notified in writing by the Government Program Manager of the
     specific reasons why the deliverable was rejected. The contractor shall have 25
     workdays to correct the rejected deliverable and resubmit to the Government Program
     Manager for re-inspection (in accordance with the CDRL). If no comments are
     provided within 30 calendar days of deliverable receipt, the deliverable will be deemed
     to have been accepted by the Government.


5.0 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

5.1 Security

       5.1.1       Contractor personnel shall not release or remove system documentation,
       data, or reports generated by or through use of Government systems. All requests for
       information shall be forwarded to 730 ACSG.

       5.1.2      The efforts required for this task are expected to be UNCLASSIFIED and
       should not require the contract personnel to obtain a security clearance. However, if
       the tasking performance requires access to classified data, a security clearance of
       SECRET will be required for all personnel having access to the classified data and a
       DD Form 254 will be submitted.

       5.1.3      730 ACSG or the Government Program Manager will assist contractor
       personnel in processing the necessary DoD forms to obtain base or area badges for
       access to Government facilities.

       5.1.4      The contractor shall not divulge any information regarding files, data,
       processing activities/functions, user ID's, passwords, or other knowledge that may be
       gained, to anyone who is not authorized to have access to such information.
       Contractor personnel shall abide by all Government rules, procedures, and standard
       of conduct. Contractors requiring access to Government Automated Information
       Systems (AIS) shall have background investigations (National Agency Check) and
       security awareness training completed prior to the start of contract performance.
       When the period of performance is complete and/or contractor personnel leave work
       on this project they will have 5 calendar days to terminate all their network user
       account and to return all access cards and base identification badges.

5.2 Access to Facilities and Property

    Access to Government facilities is limited. Therefore, the contractor shall coordinate
    required access/usage times and dates through the Program Manager at least fifteen days
    prior to the need date. Control of the facilities shall remain with the Government.



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5.3 Government Furnished Equipment, Materials, and Software

    All products developed under this contract shall be considered Government work and
    shall have no license encumbrances. All Government Furnished Equipment (GFE),
    Government Furnished Software (GFS), and Government Furnished Material (GFM)
    shall be returned to the Government upon completion of this contract. At the end of this
    project, the contractor shall return the GFE to the Government.

5.4 Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS)/Government Provided Office Space

    This effort is not considered to be an A&AS effort. Services for this effort shall be
    performed at the contractor’ facilities unless requested otherwise by the COTR.

5.5 Government Program and Contract Management

    5.5.1 Government Program Management:
    The 417 SCMS will provide the Government Program Manager for this Task Order. The
    417 SCMS and/or 730 ACSG, will provide the contractor access to all technical data
    required to perform approved tasking. The 417 SCMS and 730 ACSG have authority to
    review and approve contract deliverables.

    5.5.4 Government Contract Management:
    Responsibility for contracting activities rests solely with the Government Contracting
    Officer. No conversation, recommendations, or direction, whether given directly by, or
    implied by Government personnel, that will affect the scope, schedule, or price of the
    program covered by this CET/SOW, shall be acted upon by the contractor unless
    specifically approved by the Government Contracting Officer.

5.6 Safety Requirements

       5.6.1      General Safety Requirements

       5.6.1.1     The contractor shall comply with all safety provisions, e.g., technical
       specifications, technical publications, Federal Occupational Safety and Health
       Standards (Title 29 CFR. Part 1910). If there is no applicable Occupational Safety
       and Health Administration (OSHA) standard, use other applicable nationally
       recognized sources of safety, health, and fire prevention standards referenced in the
       work requirements of this contract.

       5.6.1.2     The contractor shall protect Government property to prevent damage
       during the period of time the property is in the possession of the contractor. The
       contractor shall report promptly to the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) all
       available facts relating to each instance of damage to Government property.

       5.6.1.3    When a major mishap ($10,000 or more) involving Government property
       occurs, the contractor shall immediately secure the accident scene and the damaged
       item until released by the accident investigative authority as designated by the



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       contracting WR-ALC or OO-ALC Safety Office. Such release shall be accomplished
       by the ACO.

       5.6.1.4     If the Government elects to conduct an investigation of the accident, the
       contractor shall cooperate fully and assist Government personnel until the
       investigation is completed.

       5.6.1.5    The contractor shall include a clause in each of its subcontracts requiring
       subcontractor cooperation and assistance in accident reporting and investigation.


6.0 TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:

6.1 Travel Requirements

    Travel will be required in support of the above requirements. Known travel needs will be
    proposed in the Management Plan. Travel for Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs) is
    required. Location of TIMs will be determined at a later date, however, for planning
    purposes assume they will be held at Robins AFB, GA. Travel costs are fixed (will be
    bid) at $14,000.00 per year.

           Travel needs are estimated as follows.


       Destination               No.           No. Trips      No. Days        Cost/Trip
                               Persons
   Robins AFB, GA                 2                   2               2       $6,000.00
   Lackland AFB,                  2                   1               2       $4,000.00
   Travis AFB
   MSTG Conference                2                   1               2       $4,000.00
                         Total estimated travel cost is $14,000/YR.

6.2 Travel Approval

    The contractor shall update the monthly status report (MSR) with travel requirements for
    the following month for review and approval. Airfare for travel and per diem shall be
    billed IAW Joint Travel Regulations (JTR). The contractor shall be responsible for
    making their own travel and lodging arrangements as necessary to support the task
    requirement.


7.0 SERVICES SUMMARY

The Government Quality Assurance Personnel (QAP), listed in Para 8.0, will inspect the
services listed in the Services Summary.


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Services Summary
  Performance           CET/SOW          Performance Threshold                           Remedy
  Objective             Para.
  Budget/schedule       4.3              Within 10% of schedule and does not exceed      Provide a get well plan
                                         budget                                          within 5 workding day
                                                                                         the Contractors Progr
                                                                                         Status, and Managem
                                                                                         Report submission
  Technical Reports     4.2              Reports will be submitted on time as required   Reports will be sent ba
                                         and updated to reflect changes as they occur    to the Contractor for
                                         100% of the time. Timeliness is critical.       correction with no
                                         Final reports/products will have no more than   additional cost/fee. Th
                                         3 errors each                                   Contractor shall resubm
                                                                                         within 3 working days

8.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE PERSONNEL
The overall Program Management (PM) responsibilities for this task order resides with the
following office:

     Office Symbol: 417 SCMS/GUEB
     Street Address: 6040 Gum Lane
     Building Number: 1216
     Hill AFB, Utah 84056


The contractor will be notified by letter at time of award of the Primary and Alternate
QAPs assigned to this task order.

9.0 CONTINUATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES DURING CRISIS

     IAW AFI 63-124, Para 2.7.1, and DODI 3020.37 this requirement is not considered
mission essential.




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ATTACHMENT II -- UNFUNDED ADDITIONAL TASKING




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The following optional tasks may be added to this CET as additional funding is made available and at the
written direction of the Government Contracting Officer:

Additional Task 1:

      Re-design development and implementation of corrective actions (Unfunded)
      The contractor shall develop detailed corrective actions on IPT approved findings. Develop root
      cause, test plans, procedures and methodologies targeting mission readiness and aircraft availability.
      Perform reliability assessments, prototypes and prepare certification documents for landing gear
      system improvements. Prepare the following types of programmatic and financial documents for
      landing gear components/sub-systems that require program approval and funding for production
      implementation: Improved Item Replacement Program (IIRP), Demand Reduction Initiative (DRI),
      and Material Support Division (MSD). Corrective actions may require but are not limited to:

                   •   Validated/Verified Aircraft Technical Orders
                   •   Re-designed Components
                   •   Test plans for system-level evaluation
                   •   Prototype re-designed components
                   •   Designs and analysis that meet performance requirements presented to the 730th
                       ACSG and 417th SCMS/GUEB in preliminary and critical design reviews.
                   •   Data, documents, and presentations required for functional, allocated,
                       and product Configuration Control Board’s (CCB)
                   •   Analyses of corrective actions including technical and economic factors.

      The execution of these, or other, projects under this optional effort will be solely at the government's
      discretion after their review and analysis of the mission reliability data package. The government may
      execute this task before the period of performance of the basic is complete to expedite corrective
      actions. The following candidate projects are provided for pricing purposes:

                   •   Landing gear sequence system redesign
                   •   High Velocity Maintenance Analysis (HVMA) across the entire landing gear system
                   •   In-depth landing gear plating process and material performance analysis on IPT
                       selected components for service life extension
                   •   Life cycle analysis/recommended improvements to sustain landing gear through 2040
                   •   C-5 landing gear master plan for fatigue, corrosion, corrosion protection system and
                       sustainment forecast and re-tooling.
                   •   MLG splined ring and tube re-design/material change

    Period of performance is 12 months. This task may run concurrent or sequential depending on bona fide
    need and available funding. Note: The 12-month period of performance for this additional task cannot
    go beyond 30 Jun 2012, which is the end of the DESP II contract period of performance.

CDRL A006 Test Design and Assessment Report.
CDRL A068 Technical Data Package and Validation Report.
CDRL A045 Technical Report – Study/Services


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CDRL A017 Design Data and Calculations


Additional Task 2:

     Technical Response Engineering Support (unfunded)

      Conduct research, analysis, test and evaluation to resolve emergent in-service problems that impact C-
      5 mission readiness and availability. (CDRL A045) For pricing purposes assume this task would run
      concurrent with the basic effort with a period of performance of 12 months. and the Government
      estimates that this may require a 1.5 personnel equivalent.



CDRL A045 Technical Report – Study/Services




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