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AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT                                                          Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee
2. Amendment/Modification No.                    3. Effective Date          4. Requisition/Purchase Req No.                  5. Project No. (If applicable)

           P00012                                        2011JUL26                      SEE SCHEDULE
6. Issued By                                            Code    W56HZV      7. Administered By (If other than Item 6)                                Code       S3915A
     U.S. ARMY CONTRACTING COMMAND                                               DCMA PHILADELPHIA
     CCTA-ASG-D                                                                  700 ROBBINS AVENUE, BLDG 4-A
     DANIEL A. DAVIDSON (586)282-6037                                            P.O. BOX 11427
     WARREN, MICHIGAN 48397-5000                                                 PHILADELPHIA PA 19111-0427
     HTTP://CONTRACTING.TACOM.ARMY.MIL

     EMAIL: DANIEL.DAVIDSON3@US.ARMY.MIL                                                      SCD C       PAS NONE                   ADP PT HQ0337
8. Name And Address Of Contractor (No., Street, City, County, State and Zip Code)                         9A. Amendment Of Solicitation No.
     RE2, INC.
     4925 HARRISON ST
                                                                                                          9B. Dated (See Item 11)
     PITTSBURGH, PA 15201-2722

                                                                                                    X     10A. Modification Of Contract/Order No.

                                                                                                          W56HZV-07-C-0520
     TYPE BUSINESS: Other Small Business Performing in U.S.                                               10B. Dated (See Item 13)
Code 3MDR5                  Facility Code                                                                 2007SEP27

                                            11. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO AMENDMENTS OF SOLICITATIONS

     The above numbered solicitation is amended as set forth in item 14. The hour and date specified for receipt of Offers
            is extended,       is not extended.
   Offers must acknowledge receipt of this amendment prior to the hour and date specified in the solicitation or as amended by one of the following methods:
   (a) By completing items 8 and 15, and returning ____________ copies of the amendments: (b) By acknowledging receipt of this amendment on each copy of the
   offer submitted; or (c) By separate letter or telegram which includes a reference to the solicitation and amendment numbers. FAILURE OF YOUR
   ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO BE RECEIVED AT THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO THE HOUR AND DATE
   SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER. If by virtue of this amendment you desire to change an offer already submitted, such change
   may be made by telegram or letter, provided each telegram or letter makes reference to the solicitation and this amendment, and is received prior to the opening
   hour and date specified.
12. Accounting And Appropriation Data (If required)
     ACRN: AC NET INCREASE: $499,943.00

                                      13. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO MODIFICATIONS OF CONTRACTS/ORDERS
     KIND MOD CODE: G                             It Modifies The Contract/Order No. As Described In Item 14.
       A. This Change Order is Issued Pursuant To:                                                        The Changes Set Forth In Item 14 Are Made In
           The Contract/Order No. In Item 10A.
       B. The Above Numbered Contract/Order Is Modified To Reflect The Administrative Changes (such as changes in paying office, appropriation data, etc.) Set
           Forth In Item 14, Pursuant To The Authority of FAR 43.103(b).
       C. This Supplemental Agreement Is Entered Into Pursuant To Authority Of:
 X                                                                                      Mutual agreement of the parties

       D. Other (Specify type of modification and authority)

E. IMPORTANT: Contractor             is not,     X is required to sign this document and return _______________ copies to the Issuing Office.
14. Description Of Amendment/Modification (Organized by UCF section headings, including solicitation/contract subject matter where feasible.)

     SEE SECOND PAGE FOR DESCRIPTION




Except as provided herein, all terms and conditions of the document referenced in item 9A or 10A, as heretofore changed, remains unchanged and in full force and
effect.
15A. Name And Title Of Signer (Type or print)                                      16A. Name And Title Of Contracting Officer (Type or print)
                                                                                        TERRI VAILLANCOURT
                                                                                        TERRI.VAILLANCOURT@US.ARMY.MIL (586)282-6524
15B. Contractor/Offeror                                 15C. Date Signed           16B. United States Of America                                16C. Date Signed

                                                                                   By                       /SIGNED/                                    2011JUL26
     (Signature of person authorized to sign)                                                (Signature of Contracting Officer)
NSN 7540-01-152-8070                                                        30-105-02                                   STANDARD FORM 30 (REV. 10-83)
PREVIOUS EDITIONS UNUSABLE                                                                                              Prescribed by GSA FAR (48 CFR) 53.243
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SECTION A - SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

PRIOR CONTRACT AMT:      $   729,679.00
AMOUNT OF THIS ACTION:   ______________
                         $   499,943.00
CURRENT CONTRACT AMOUNT: $ 1,229,622.00

Modification P00012

1. The purpose of this bilateral Modification, P00012, is to:

  (a) add new work to the current Phase II SBIR as identified in Scope of Work(SOW), narrative C0001, herein

  (b) obligate the Phase II SBIR Enhancement funding for new, which will support the transition of the technology of the Highly-
Maneuverable High-Speed Inspection Robot (HSIR) to the Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems.

  (c) incorporate contractors signed Assertion of Data Rights Restrictions into the contract.

  (d) change the Contract Specialist from Paul Robertson to Daniel A. Davidson on the new SOW CDRL's.

  (e) the period of performance shall begin from the date of award for CLIN 000103 and continue for a period of 12 months.

2. As a result of this Modification, the following sections of the contract have been revised:

                  _____________________________________
  (a) Section B - SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICES/COSTS:

    (i) SubCLIN 000103 is established in the amount of $499,943.00 to fund this Phase II SBIR Enhancement.

    (ii) Paragraph B.3.2. is hereby updated to reflect the revised incremental funding schedule for the Contract.

    (iii) Paragraph B.3.4. is hereby updated to reflect the total obligated amount of $1,229,622.00, inclusive of this Phase II SBIR
Enhancement funding.

                  _________________________________________
  (b) Section C. "Description/Specifications/Work Statement":

        is revised Paragraph 5.0 through paragraph 8.4 has been created in Narrative C0001 I/A/W paragraph 1(a) above.

                  _________________________
  (c) Section F: "Deliveries or Performance":

    (i) is revised to reflect the twelve (12) month Period of Performance.

    (ii) F.1.1. is revised to reflect the change in the performance completion and delivery of the Final Scientific and Technical Report
for CLIN 000103.

                  ____________________________
  (d) Section G: "Contract Administration Data":

        is updated to reflect the addition of subCLIN 000103.

                  _____________________________
  (e) Section H. "Special Contract Requirements":

         Per DFARS 227-7017, the contractor has identified technical data and associated documentation as having been developed at
private expense and to be provided with Limited Rights I/A/W paragraph 1(c) above.

                  ___________________
  (f) Section J. "List of Attachments":

    (i) CDRL's for new SOW Paragraphs 5.0 - 8.4 have been added I/A/W paragraph 1(a and d) above.

    (ii) All CDRLs have been updated to reflect the new contract specialist I/A/W paragraph 1(a) above.

    (iii) The contractors signed Assertion of Data Rights Restrictions is incorporated into contract W56HZV-07-C-0520 as Attachment 0004
I/A/W paragraph 1(c) above.

3. As a result of this modification, the Total Obligated Amount of this contract is increased by $499,943.00 from $729,679.00 to
$1,229,622.00.

4. Except as provided herein, all other terms and conditions of Contract W56HZV-07-C-0520 as previously modified remain unchanged and in
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full force and effect.




                                              *** END OF NARRATIVE A0009 ***
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                                                        PIIN/SIIN                          MOD/AMD
Name of Offeror or Contractor:       RE2, INC.
 ITEM NO                    SUPPLIES/SERVICES                                  QUANTITY      UNIT      UNIT PRICE       AMOUNT
              SECTION B - SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICES/COSTS




 0001          __________________
               SERVICES LINE ITEM                                                      1      LO                           1,229,622.00
                                                                                                                    $__________________



               NOUN: MODIFICATION P00012
               SECURITY CLASS: Unclassified




               Inspection and Acceptance
               _________________________
               INSPECTION: Destination           ACCEPTANCE: Destination



               _________________________
               Deliveries or Performance
               DLVR SCH                                PERF COMPL
                REL CD
               ________          QUANTITY
                              ______________              DATE
                                                       __________
                  001               1                SEE SECTION F

                                 $       1,229,622.00




 000101        __________________
               SERVICES LINE ITEM

               PRON: R372C250R3    PRON AMD: 02            ACRN: AA
               AMS CD: 665502M4000
               (AMOUNT: $ 515,769.00)




 000102        __________________
               SERVICES LINE ITEM

               PRON: R382C170R3    PRON AMD: 01            ACRN: AB
               AMS CD: 665502M4000
               (AMOUNT: $ 213,910.00)




 000103        __________________
               SERVICES LINE ITEM

               PRON: R302C301R3    PRON AMD: 01            ACRN: AC
               AMS CD: 665502M4000
               (AMOUNT: $ 499,943.00)
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B.1   Estimated Cost and Payment

B.1.1 The ESTIMATED COST for performance of the work required under this contract is stated in Section B under CLIN 0001, which shall
constitute the estimated cost for the purpose of the Contract Clause hereof entitled LIMITATION OF FUNDS.

B.1.2 The contractor will be paid for the fixed fee stated in Section B under CLIN 0001 for the performance of work under the contract
and in accordance with the terms of the Contract Clause entitled FIXED FEE, FAR 52.216-8. The fixed fee together with the reimbursement
of cost shall constitute full and complete consideration for the contractor's service in connection with the work required and performed
under this contract.

B.1.3 Allowable cost shall be determined, and payment thereof shall be provided, in accordance with the Contract Clause hereof entitled
ALLOWABLE COST AND PAYMENT, FAR 52.216-7.



B.2   Payment

The contractor may submit public vouchers bi-weekly (every two weeks) for payment under this contract. The fee will be payable at the
time of reimbursement of cost at the same rate to such cost as the total fee of this contract bears to the total estimated cost thereof,
subject to any withholding pursuant to provisions of this contract.



B.3   Funding

B.3.1 The Government shall provide funds under this contract covering the estimated cost and fee hereof on an incremental basis as
provided for in the following funding schedule and pursuant to the Contract Clause entitled LIMITATION OF FUNDS, FAR 52.232-22. It is
estimated that the incremental amounts are sufficient for the performance of work in each of cited periods. The Government may, at its
discretion, allot such funds on an incremental basis within each fiscal year. The contractor shall so plan and execute the work
required by this contract as to expend and/or commit funds compatible with the schedule set forth below. Whenever the contractor has
reason to believe that the funds allotted to this contract for any fiscal year are either insufficient or excessive for the performance
of work required in that fiscal year, the Government shall be so notified.

B.3.2   Funding Schedule for the Phase II Enhancement effort *

        Performance Period                     Amount

        Award through 31 July 2011       $   729,769.00
        31 July 2011 through Completion $    499,943.00
                                         ______________ *
                                   Total $ 1,229,622.00 *

B.4   Funds. The amount of funds currently obligated to this contract is $1,229,622.00. *

         * Changed as a result of Modification P00012.




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SECTION C - DESCRIPTION/SPECIFICATIONS/WORK STATEMENT
Statement of Work

C.1.    Background and Objectives

C.1.1 The army has a need for an inspection robot that provides a great deal of control and maneuverability for performing inspection
tasks at low speed, while also being able to get from staging point to the inspection area very rapidly. The robot needs to have
payloads such as a manipulator arm and cameras adequate for a user to teleoperate the robot and to inspect and manipulate objects of
interest. The robot also needs to be able to make a smooth transition to high speed operation so it can get to an area of interest
quickly without losing stability (i.e. preventing rollover).

C.1.2 Under the Phase I SBIR contract, the Contractor performed the initial research, analysis, and design work that will lead to the
creation of a high speed inspection robot prototype in Phase II. Research included analyzing different drive and suspension
configurations, looking at power requirements, and exploring alternate power supplies other than batteries. The Contractor also talked
with potential users of the system to determine qualities of the system that were most important. Based on the research performed, the
Contractor came up with an initial design for the chassis, suspension, wheels, and layout of the robot.

C.1.3 The objective of this Phase II SBIR contract as described in this SOW is the design, development, and delivery of a high speed,
highly maneuverable unmanned ground vehicle with the following characteristics: a manipulator arm that takes advantage of the vehicles
high maneuverability, allowing the arm to be simpler than one on a less maneuverable vehicle; an objective weight of 40 kilograms (kg)
or less; capable of driving at 40 kilometers per hour (kph); capable of lifting a 5 kilogram (kg) object; modular architecture for the
payload and communication systems. The Contractor shall also investigate a low-cost variant of this High Speed Inspection Robot (HSIR)
with slightly lower performance specifications.

C.1.4 The Contractor, acting as an independent contractor and not as an agent of the Government, shall design, develop, build, test,
and demonstrate a High Speed Inspection Robot Vehicle System prototype with the following capabilities:



C.2.    Specifications and Requirements:

Definitions:
The High Speed Inspection Robot (HSIR) System refers to the overall system, including the mobility platform, any applicable HSIR
payloads or accessories (including the manipulator arm), and the operator control unit (OCU) and any applicable OCU accessories.

Where used, the term threshold is the minimum performance requirement, and the term objective is the targeted performance result.

Sustained means speed is sustained between staging point of robot and the inspection point.



C.2.1    High Speed Inspection Robot (mobility platform) and Manipulator Arm:

C.2.1.1 The HSIR, batteries, and manipulator arm shall have a combined weight threshold of 50 kilograms (kg) or less, with an objective
combined weight of 40 kilograms (kg) or less.



C.2.2    Speed:   (Note:   Threshold is for 100 meters of travel at specified speed)

C.2.2.1 The HSIR shall be capable of sustained maximum speed threshold of 40 kilometers per hour (kph) over flat, smooth pavement, at a
slope of up to and including five (5) degrees.

C.2.2.2 The HSIR shall be capable of sustained maximum speed threshold of 25 kilometers per hour (kph) over gravel (average gravel
particle diameter of no more than one (1) centimeter), with an objective sustained maximum speed over gravel of 40 kilometers per hour
(kph), at a slope of up to and including five (5) degrees.

C.2.2.3 The HSIR shall be capable of sustained maximum speed threshold of 25 kilometers per hour (kph) over bumpy grass or dirt terrain
(maximum three (3) inch bumps or depressions), with an objective sustained maximum speed over bumpy grass or dirt terrain of 40
kilometers per hour (kph), at a slope of up to and including five (5) degrees.



C.2.3    Mobility:

C.2.3.1 The HSIR shall be capable of near omni-directional or better motion. Near omni-directional is defined as, at a minimum: wheels
capable of independently turning 45 degrees in either direction from there straight forward, chassis aligned position, allowing
translation of the HSIR without rotation of the HSIR chassis in directions limited to a 90 degree cone directly in front of the HSIR and
a 90 degree cone directly behind the HSIR (see figure 1), or any other configuration that provides similar range of motion as mutually
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agreed upon with the COR. Near omni-directional is also defined to require the ability to turn in place, i.e. rotating the chassis 360
degrees without changing the position (rotation point) of the chassis. The objective is for full omni-directional motion, which is
defined as translation of the HSIR in any direction without rotating the HSIR chassis (see figure 2) and the ability to turn in place.

C.2.3.2   The HSIR shall be able to rotate in place (zero-degree turn).

C.2.3.3 The HSIR shall be able to translate such that the orientation of the manipulator arm payload can be kept constant, for example,
for translating along a wall while keeping the manipulator arm at a constant distance.

C.2.3.3 The HSIR shall be able to transition from low speed fine control to high speed operation without loss of vehicle stability
(i.e. no rollover).

C.2.3.4 The HSIR shall limit lateral motion (for example, reduce the rate at which the user can turn the HSIR) when traveling to
maintain stability (for example, to prevent rollover of the HSIR).

C.2.3.5   The HSIR shall be able to ascend a slope of 32 degrees on flat, smooth pavement.



C.2.4   Chassis:

C.2.4.1 The chassis shall be able to have at least two modular payloads attached to it. A payload is defined as any sensor, device,
manipulator, or other item that connects to a mounting point on the HSIR (for example, sensors that provide information, alternate
energy providing modules, manipulators). A modular payload is defined as a payload that connects to the HSIR using standardized
mounting hole pattern and standard connection ports (i.e. Ethernet, RS232, power).

C.2.4.2   The width of the chassis, including the wheels, shall be 30 inches or less threshold, with and objective width of 28 inches or
less.



C.2.5   Manipulator Arm:

C.2.5.1   The manipulator arm shall be a modular payload (see definition in 2.4.1).

C.2.5.2   The manipulator arm shall have the ability to lift a 5 kilogram (kg) object.

C.2.5.3   The manipulator arm shall run off of HSIR power.



C.2.6   Power:

C.2.6.1   The HSIR shall be capable of using the Army standard BB battery series (lithium ion).

C.2.6.2 The HSIR shall be able to run for a minimum of two (2) hours on flat, smooth pavement with slope of up to five (5) degrees
using only batteries under standard operating conditions in environments/terrains relevant to users (i.e. Military Explosive Ordinance
Disposal (EOD), domestic bomb squad, first responders, law enforcement) of the HSIR. Environment and terrains relevant to users of the
HSIR are urban environments and terrain in Iraq and Afghanistan where current EOD robots operate, environments that domestic bomb squads
frequently operate in, paved and unpaved road surfaces).

C.2.6.3 The HSIR shall have the ability to use an alternate power supply other than batteries, such as a diesel engine or a fuel cell.
Testing or analysis of alternate power supplies shall be documented. Specifically, potential alternate power supply products shall be
identified and their power and total energy output shall be examined to determine an estimate of how they would affect the run-time of
the HSIR.



C.2.7   Payloads

C.2.7.1 The HSIR shall have a modular payload (see 2.4.1) camera that provides a video feed sufficient for teleoperation of the
vehicle.

C.2.7.2 The Contractor shall investigate and determine which sensors are critical to the primary target markets of the HSIR (i.e.
Military EOD, Reconnaissance, and First Responder) and shall document this information.

C.2.7.3 The Contractor shall investigate and determine the best combination and configuration of camera to aid in both maneuvering the
platform and attached manipulators.
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C.2.7.4 The Contractor shall provide documentation/instructions which shall enable a person independent of the Contractor to create and
integrate a modular payload onto the HSIR system. Instructions shall include: how to physically attach a modular payload using the
standard mounting pattern and the communications/power ports provided, how to ensure the HSIR can detect the newly attached payload, and
specifications and accessories needed for the HSIR to send data to the payload from the OCU or to get data from the payload to the OCU.
The objective is a physical demonstration of the modularity and capability of the system by adding new payloads.



C.2.8    Operator Control Unit (OCU) and Controllability

C.2.8.1    The primary hand controller for the HSIR System shall be a COTS product.

C.2.8.2 The OCU shall allow user control of all degrees of freedom of the HSIR and the manipulator arm.     This includes high speed and
low speed maneuvering of the HSIR, and control of all joints and end effectors of the manipulator arm.

C.2.8.3    The OCU shall allow for teleoperation of the HSIR with resolution of at least 640x480 and a frame rate of at least 15 Hz.

C.2.8.4 The OCU shall have the ability to use the Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) standard for controlling the HSIR and
its (controllable) payloads.

C.2.8.5 The Contractor shall measure and determine the ease of use of the HSIR system (mobility platform and manipulator).          The methods
and standards used to perform this ease of use study shall be documented.

C.2.8.6    The OCU shall be able to control the HSIR using Ackermann steering at high speeds (greater than 5 kph).

C.2.8.7 The HSIR shall be finely controllable at low speed (5 kph and lower) such that it is possible to accurately position the end
effector of the attached manipulator arm within a two (2) inch diameter circular target.

C.2.8.8 The Contractor shall investigate the best method for transitioning from low speed control of the HSIR to high speed Ackermann
steering control, and shall implement the method determined best in the OCU control.



C.2.9    Modularity and Software Architecture

C.2.9.1    The HSIR System shall have a modular software architecture.

C.2.9.2    The HSIR System software shall have the ability to dynamically register newly attached modular JAUS payloads (2.4.1).

C.2.9.3    The HSIR System shall have the ability to integrate a JAUS compliant modular payload (2.4.1).

C.2.9.4    The HSIR System shall have the ability to integrate a non-JAUS compliant modular payload (2.4.1).

C.2.9.5 The software on the HSIR and OCU shall be updateable. The objective is to be able to rapidly and remotely deploy software
updates to the HSIR and OCU without requiring updating the entire set of software.



C.2.10    Communications

C.2.10.1 The HSIR shall have the ability to use IEEE 802.11 based communications for communications between the HSIR and the OCU.          The
HSIR System shall prove teleoperation range within the power and penetration capabilities of IEEE 802.11.

C.2.10.2    The HSIR System communications shall be modular and shall not be tied to a single communications standard or a single hardware
device.

C.2.10.3 The Contractor shall demonstrate the capability to use communications other than IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, and IEEE 802.11g
to communicate between the HSIR and the OCU. The Contractor shall demonstrate how the communications would interface (physically and in
terms of data communications) and shall provide evidence that the communications could be integrated on the HSIR and be able to
successfully communicate with an OCU running those communications. The objective is for the Contractor to demonstrate this capability
with an actual hardware test.



C.2.11    Low-Cost Variant

C.2.11.1 The Contractor shall investigate a low cost variant of the HSIR. The Contractor shall document analysis of trade-offs between
cost and functionality and what needs to be done to achieve the low-cost variant with a target objective cost of under $5000.
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C.2.12   Transportation

C.2.12.1    The HSIR shall have a feature or mechanism that allows the robot to be hung on a wall or on the inside of a vehicle for
storage.



C.3.   Meetings

C.3.1 Start of Work
The Contractor shall conduct a start of work meeting at TARDEC, no later than thirty (30) days after the contract award or as mutually
agreed upon by the COR and Contractor. At the meeting, the Contractor shall explain its intended approach for accomplishing the
statement of work.

C.3.2 In-process and Design Review
The Contractor shall conduct an in-process and design review at TARDEC within twelve (12) months after contract award or as mutually
agreed upon by the COR and Contractor. At the in-process and design review, the Contractor shall discuss and demonstrate progress made
and validate it against the statement of work, schedule, and objectives.

C.3.3 Final Meeting and Demonstration
The Contractor shall conduct a final meeting and hardware/software demonstration by the end of the period of performance to demonstrate
at TARDEC. The Contractor shall include a demonstration that the HSIR System is capable of all performance specifications stated in
Section C.2.

C.4.   Deliverables

C.4.1 Contractors Progress, Status, and Management Report
The Contractor shall prepare quarterly (every three months) progress and status reports in accordance with Exhibit A, CDRL Data Item
A001. The status reports shall summarize the work completed, significant accomplishments, problems, delays, and the status of ongoing
efforts. The first report shall be due approximately three (3) months after contract award. The report due nine (9) months after
contract award shall be waived in lieu of the Interim Technical Report (C.4.2)

C.4.2 Interim Technical Report
The Contractor shall prepare an Interim Technical Report in accordance with Exhibit A, CDRL Data Item A002 and submit to the COR nine
(9) months after contract award. The report shall summarize all work completed, the contract tasks not completed, significant
accomplishments, problems, and delays.

C.4.3 Scientific and Technical Report / Final Technical Report
The Contractor shall prepare a draft and final technical report in accordance with Exhibit A, CDRL item A003. The report shall
summarize all work completed, the contract tasks not completed, significant accomplishments, problems, and delays. The report shall
include the status of ongoing efforts. The draft report shall be submitted to the COR for approval approximately thirty (30) days prior
to the end of the contract period of performance.

C.4.4 The Contractor shall deliver a draft and final SBIR Phase II Research and Development (R&D) Project Summary in accordance with
Exhibit A, CDRL Data Item A004.

C.4.4 At the end of the contract, the Contractor shall deliver to the COR the prototype system, including hardware, software, and
documentation for use, as described in Section C.2. The delivered system shall meet, at a minimum, all threshold requirements and all
objective requirements if no threshold is given, as described in Section C.2.

* New work resulting from Modification P000012 *
________________________________________________
C.5 Background and Objectives
C.5.1 Under the Phase II SBIR effort, the Contractor designed and built a high speed, maneuverable platform, the High Speed Inspection
Robot (HSIR), with modular payloads.
C.5.2 The objective of this Phase II SBIR Enhancement is to create a new variation of the HSIR to meet the goals of both the Air Forces
Air Combat Command (ACC) Rapid Airfield Damage and Assessment (RADAS) mission and the Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RS-JPO)
Route Reconnaissance and Clearance (R2C) robot. This requires a chassis modification to reduce the size and weight of the platform,
manipulator enhancement to decrease the weight and increase the degrees of freedom of the manipulator arm, and environmental hardening.
The result of this effort shall be a second modified version of the HSIR platform.
C.5.3 The Contractor, acting as an independent contractor and not as an agent of the Government, shall design, develop, build, test, and
demonstrate a new HSIR prototype that meets the following requirements:
C.6 Phase II Enhancement Specifications and Requirements:
C.6.0 Definitions:
C.6.0.1 HSIR prototype 2 refers to the modified version of the original HSIR platform being created for this modification effort. HSIR
prototype 2 is a new hardware platform that will be lighter and smaller than the original, with upgraded manipulator abilities and a
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subset of the original maneuverability.
C.6.0.2 Where used, the term threshold is the minimum performance requirement, and the term objective is the targeted performance
result.C.6.0.3 The Contractor shall create an HSIR prototype 2 that meets the thresholds from Statement of Work para C.1 C.4, except
where explicitly changed by tasks in this Statement of Work or where HSIR prototype 2 design differences make meeting requirements not
feasible (defined below). Statement of Work C.1 C.4 is attached above. All requirements from C.1 C.4 that are not met shall be
reported in the final technical report (C.8.2). Feasible is to mean possible to accomplish without invalidating other requirements (i.e.
adding a component that makes the prototype then violate the new size limits) and without requiring unacceptable additional cost to
accomplish (i.e. to accomplish under the new requirements requires a massive redesign or increasing the cost of the platform by 50% for
little benefit). The determination of unacceptable additional cost shall be determined on a case by case basis between the COR and
Contractor.
C.6.1 Chassis Modification
The Contractor shall create a new design for the HSIR that reduces its current size and weight from 36 L x 27 W x 11.5 H and 115 pounds
to those thresholds defined in 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 below. The Contractor shall provide drawings and documentation on the new platform
chassis IAW CDRL A004.

C.6.1.1 Weight
The Contractor shall design the HSIR prototype 2 with a threshold weight of 112 pounds, with an objective weight of 74 pounds.      This
weight includes the platform camera and batteries.

C.6.1.2 Size
The Contractor shall design the size for HSIR prototype 2 with a width not to exceed 21 inches and a length not to exceed 32 inches.

C.6.2 Manipulator Enhancement
The Contractor shall design and incorporate a manipulator arm that is lighter (lighter than 20 pounds) and has a higher degree of
freedom (higher than 2 degrees of freedom excluding any degrees of freedom added by the platform motion) than the manipulator arm on the
first HSIR prototype. The Contractor shall provide drawings and documentation on the new manipulator arm design IAW CDRL A004.

C.6.2.1 Manipulator Design Requirements
The Contractor shall design, and incorporate onto, the HSIR prototype 2 a new manipulator arm with a threshold of 4 degrees of freedom
(a degree of freedom refers to one direction on motion on a manipulator, i.e. at a joint). The objective weight for the new manipulator
is seven pounds or less as defined in 6.2. The Contractor shall integrate the new manipulator as specified into C.6.2 onto the HSIR
prototype 2 as a modular payload as defined in C.2.4.1. C.2.4.1 is attached above.

C.6.3 Radio and Sensor Integration
The Contractor shall integrate a new military grade (IP 67 rating for weather and waterproofing and following MIL Spec 810 guidelines
for shock and vibration) radio onto HSIR prototype 2 that is based on waveforms more robust than standard 802.11 wireless. The
Contractor shall integrate the sensors required to operate in all light conditions, including conditions of limited visibility ( sand,
dust, darkness, and fog), onto the HSIR prototype 2.

C.6.4 Operator Control Unit (OCU) Upgrade and Preparedness for Interoperability
The Contractor shall, as an objective, use SAE AS-4 JAUS services and messages for command and control and telemetry between the OCU and
the HSIR prototype 2.

C.6.5 Environmental Hardening
The Contractor shall harden the HSIR prototype 2 to withstand environmental conditions expected in a relevant operational environment.
A relevant operational environment is defined as an environment that may vary in temperature from -25 degress Fahrenheit to 160 degrees
Fahrenheit, and may contain moderate to heavy rain, blowing sand or dust, fog, and uneven terrain.

C.6.5.1 Storage Environment
The Contractor shall design the HSIR prototype 2 to be capable of being stored at a temperature range from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to
+160 degrees Fahrenheit without batteries, and have no degradation in platform speed, maneuverability, power-up capabilities, sensors,
communications, and physical/mechanical linkages perform the same as under nominal operating conditions (-25 to 160 degrees) when
removed from storage and operated.

C.6.5.2 Operating Environment
The Contractor shall design the HSIR prototype 2 and its payloads, including batteries, to be able to operate in an ambient temperature
range of -25 degrees Fahrenheit to +125 degrees Fahrenheit, in relevant operational environment, as defined in C.6.5.

C.7 Meetings

C.7.1 Phase II   Enhancement Start of Work Meeting
The Contractor   shall plan and lead a start of work meeting no later than 30 days after award of Phase II Enhancement. At the meeting,
the Contractor   shall explain the intended approach for accomplishing the statement of work. The start of work meeting shall occur by
teleconference   or other remote collaborative technique, set up in coordination with the COR.
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C.7.2 Phase II Enhancement Final Meeting
The Contractor shall plan and lead a final meeting at TARDEC no later than 7 days before the end of the contract to end of Phase II
enhancement period of performance. The Contractor shall demonstrate their completed HSIR prototype 2 during this meeting. The
demonstration shall include a presentation on the capabilities of the system, a physical demonstration of the platform driving over on
and off road terrain, and a physical demonstration that shows the performance of any payloads included on the system.

C.8 Deliverables

C.8.1 Contractors Progress, Status, and Management ReportThe Contractor shall prepare quarterly (every three months) progress status and
management reports IAW CDRL A001. The status reports shall summarize the work completed, accomplishments, problems, delays, and the
status of ongoing efforts. The first report shall be due three months after award of Modification P00010.

C.8.2 Final Phase II Enhancement Technical Report
The Contractor shall prepare a draft and final technical report IAW CDRL A003.   The report shall document all work done to accomplish
C.6.1 C.6.5.

C.8.3 HSIR Prototype 2 System
At the end of the contract, the Contractor shall deliver to the COR the prototype system, including hardware, software (including source
code developed under this effort), and documentation for use, as described in C.8.3.1 and C.8.3.2. The delivered system shall meet, at a
minimum, all threshold requirements and target the objective requirements described in Section C.6.

C.8.3.1 Documentation
At the end of the contract, the Contractor shall deliver to the COR the prototype system software and documentation for use.
Documentation for use shall include a user guide for starting and operating the system, as well as an Interface Control Document /
Programmers Guide that contains sufficient information to interface a modular payload with the system and to know the internal
interfaces of the system. This documentation shall be delivered as part of the final report, IAW CDRL A003.

C.8.3.2 Hardware
At the end of the contract, the Contractor shall deliver to the COR the prototype system hardware, including the platform (HSIR
Prototype 2) and any sensors, spare parts, or other hardware items acquired under this effort.

C.8.3.3 Software
At the end of the contract, the Contractor shall deliver to the COR all software required to use the system, as well as all source code
developed under this effort. Software shall be delivered IAW A005 Computer Software Product.

C.8.4 HSIR Prototype Drawings
The Contractor shall deliver Developmental Design Drawings/Models and Associated lists for the HSIR prototype 2 as required by C.6.1 and
C.6.2, IAW A004, no later than 7 days prior to the end of the contract.




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SECTION F - DELIVERIES OR PERFORMANCE



F.1 Period of Performance

F.1.1 All effort required under this contract, including delivery of the final technical report, shall be completed within twelve (12)
months after contract award date.*

F.2 Data Deliverables

F.2.1 Delivery of data set forth in the contract shall be in accordance with the Contract Data Requirements List, DD Form 1423.

F.3 Material / Hardware Deliverables (if required)

F.3.1 All materials / hardware required to be delivered under the contract shall be delivered FOB Destination to the following
address:

        Commander
        U.S. Army TARDEC
        ATTN: Matthew Skalny, AMSRD-TAR-R, M/S 264
        6501 E. 11 Mile Road
        Warren, MI 48397-5000



* Changed as a result of Modification P00012.



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SECTION G - CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION DATA

          PRON/
LINE      AMS CD/       OBLG                                                              INCREASE/                           CUMULATIVE
ITEM
_____     MIPR
          ________      _____ ______ ____
                        STAT JO NO ACRN                        PRIOR AMOUNT
                                                               ____________               __________
                                                                                          DECREASE                              AMOUNT
                                                                                                                              ___________
000103    R302C301R3      2   02C301 AC                $               0.00   $           499,943.00               $         499,943.00
          665502M4000
                                                                                    _________________
                                                                NET CHANGE    $           499,943.00



                                                                                                                                          INCREASE/
____
ACRN     _________________________
         ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                        DECREASE
                                                                                                                                          __________
 AC      21   02040000006N6N7EP665502255Y     S20113           W56HZV                                                                     499,943.00
                                                                                                                                 $__________________

                                                                                                                    NET CHANGE   $              499,943.00



                                     PRIOR AMOUNT                       INCREASE/DECREASE                          CUMULATIVE
                                       OF AWARD
                                     _____________                           AMOUNT
                                                                        __________________                          OBLIG AMT
                                                                                                                   ___________
NET CHANGE FOR AWARD:      $         729,679.00                  $          499,943.00                  $        1,229,622.00



LINE
ITEM
_____       ACRN
            ____   __________________________________
                   EDI/SFIS ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION
000103      AC     21 101120400000      W56HZV 06N6N7E665502M4000255YR302C301R3           02C3014NA     S20113




G.1    Contractor Special Billing Instructions

G.1.1 The contractor shall bill to the six-digit (SubLIN) and ACRN in accordance with FAR 52.232-4005 "Invoice Information Requirement".

G.1.2 If multiple SubCLINs exist on the same four-digit major CLIN the contractor shall determine which six-digit SubCLIN contains the
oldest fiscal year money and invoice against the SubCLIN containing the oldest money, until fully billed.

G.1.3 To determine the fiscal year of funds, refer to the "Job Order NUmber" (JON) column listed in the Appropriation and Accounting
Data listed elsewhere in Section G. The first digit represents the fiscal year.

G.2    DFAS: Special Payment Instructions

G.2.1 DFAS will make payments as billed.



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SECTION H - SPECIAL CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS

                                                __________________
                                                SPECIAL PROVISIONS

H.3 CONTRACTOR'S ASSERTION OF RESTRICTIONS

The contractor has identified technical data and associated documentation as having been developed at private expense and to be provided
with Limited Rights. All information and materiel to be provided under this contract, by the contractor to the government, are to be
subject to the contractor's Data Rights Assertions of 23 June 2011, a copy of which is being incorporated into this contract as an
attachment in Section J.




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SECTION J - LIST OF ATTACHMENTS



    List of                                                                                          Number
    Addenda
________________                              Title
                   ____________________________________________________________   _______________
                                                                                       Date         ____________ Transmitted By
                                                                                                    of Pages     _______________
Attachment 0003    CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS                                     21-JUL-2011       005          EMAIL
Attachment 0004    CONTRACTORS ASSERTION OF DATA RIGHTS                           21-JUL-2011       001          EMAIL
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CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENT LIST
Form Approval OMB No. 0704-0188

Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 440 hours per response, including the time for
reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the
collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including
suggestions for reducing this burden, to Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations
and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington, VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and Budget, Paperwork
Reduction Project (0704-0188), Washington, DC 20503. Please DO NOT RETURN your form to either these addresses. Send completed form to
the Government Issuing Contracting Officer for the Contract/PR No. listed in Block E.

A.   CONTRACT LINE ITEM NO.:   0001
B.   EXHIBIT               :     A
C.   CATEGORY..............: Reports
D.   SYSTEM/ITEM........: High Speed Inspection Robot
E.   CONTRACT/PR NO.:W56HZV-07-C-0502-P00008
F.   CONTRACTOR.........: Re2, Inc

1. DATA ITEM NO. ..........:   A001
2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM      :   Contractor's Progress Status and Management Report
3. SUBTITLE ...............:   Monthly Status Report
4. AUTHORITY .............:     DI-MGMT-80227(T)
5. CONTRACT REFERENCE\'85\'85\'85\'85..:    SOW C.8.1
6. REQUIRING OFFICE \'85\'85\'85\'85\'85..:    AMSRD-TAR-R / MS 264
7. DD250 REQ...............:    N/A
8. APP CODE............... :    N/A
9. DIST. STATEMENT REQUIRED:    A
10. FREQUENCY: Every 3 months
11. AS OF DATE: 3 months after date of award
12. DATE OF FIRST SUB: 3 months after date of award
13. DATE OF SUBS. SUB: See item 16, REMARKS
14. DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSEES: SUBMIT REPORTS ELECTRONICALLY TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESSES SHOWN IMMEDIATELY BELOW:

Matthew Skalny, Contracting Officers Representative, E-mail: matthew.w.skalny.civ@mail.mil
Nancy McCluskey, ACO, E-mail: Nancy.McCluskey@dcma.mil
Daniel A. Davidson, Contract Specialist, E-mail: daniel.a.davidson12.civ@mail.mil

15. TOTAL: 1 (electronic)
16. REMARKS:

Status reports shall be delivered every three months during the period of performance, 3 months after date of award

The contractor shall submit two copies of the Contractor's Progress Status and Management Report to the Defense Technical Information
Center and include a completed Standard Form 298, Report Documentation page, with each copy of the report. For submissions of reports
in other than paper copy, contact the Defense Technical Information Center or follow the instructions at http://www.dtic.mil

Complete the reports in accordance with Data Item Description (DID) DI-MGMT-80227, Contractors Progress, Status, and Management Report.
The COR is responsible for accepting or rejecting the Contractors Progress, Status, and Management Reports.

DI-MGMT-80227 is tailored by deleting 10.2, 10.3(j) 10.3(k).

17. PRICE GROUP:
18. ESTIMATED TOTAL PRICE:
                                                         ***

1.   DATA ITEM NO. ..........:   A002
2.   TITLE OF DATA ITEM      :   Research and Development (R&D) Project Summary
3.   SUBTITLE ...............:
4.   AUTHORITY .............:     DI-MISC-81612B(T)
5.   CONTRACT REFERENCE\'85\'85\'85\'85..:    C.8.3
6.   REQUIRING OFFICE \'85\'85\'85\'85\'85\'85.:    AMSRD-TAR-R / MS 264
7.   DD250 REQ ..............:    N/A
8.   APP CODE .............. :    N/A
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9. DIST. STATEMENT REQUIRED:    A
10. FREQUENCY : SEE ITEM 16
11. AS OF DATE:           See item 16
12. DATE OF FIRST SUB: SEE ITEM 16
13. DATE OF SUBS. SUB: SEE ITEM 16
14. DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSEES: SUBMIT REPORTS ELECTRONICALLY TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESSES SHOWN IMMEDIATELY BELOW:

Matthew Skalny, Contracting Officers Representative, E-mail: matthew.w.skalny.civ@mail.mil
Nancy McCluskey, ACO, E-mail: Nancy.McCluskey@dcma.mil
15. TOTAL:1

16. REMARKS:

The contractor must submit a publicly releasable SBIR Phase II R&D Project Summary at the end of contract. The summary is an
unclassified, non-sensitive, and non-proprietary summation of results that
is intended for public viewing on the Army SBIR / STTR Small Business Portal. It should address the Data Item requirements on a summary
basis and must not exceed 700 words.

Since the Department of Defense (DOD) will be publishing the summary, it must not contain any proprietary, classified, or ITAR
restricted data. The summary must be submitted electronically and be in HTML format.

The Contractor shall deliver one (1) draft "SBIR Phase II R&D Project Summary" seventeen (17) months after contract award. The COR
shall review the draft report and return it to the Contractor within fifteen (15) days of receipt with comments. The Contractor shall
submit one (1) final "SBIR Phase II R&D Project Summary" within fifteen (15) days after receipt of draft comments (18 months after
contract award).



17. PRICE GROUP:
18. ESTIMATED TOTAL PRICE:

                                                       ***

1. DATA ITEM NO. ..........:   A003
2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM      :   SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL REPORT
3. SUBTITLE ...............:   DRAFT/FINAL Technical Report
4. AUTHORITY .............:    DI-MISC-80711A(T) (see 16a. below)
5. CONTRACT REFERENCE\'85\'85\'85\'85..:   C.8.2
6. REQUIRING OFFICE \'85\'85\'85\'85...:   AMSRD-TAR-R / MS 264
7. DD250 REQ ............. :   N/A
8. APP CODE .............. :   N/A
9. DIST. STATEMENT REQUIRED:   B
10. FREQUENCY : SEE ITEM 16
11. AS OF DATE:           SEE ITEM 16
12. DATE OF FIRST SUB: SEE ITEM 16
13. DATE OF SUBS. SUB: See Block 16
14. DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSEES: SUBMIT REPORTS ELECTRONICALLY TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESSES SHOWN IMMEDIATELY BELOW:

Matthew Skalny, Contracting Officers Representative, E-mail: matthew.w.skalny.civ@mail.mil
Nancy McCluskey, ACO, E-mail: Nancy.McCluskey@dcma.mil

15. TOTAL:2, one each COR and ACO

16. REMARKS:

a.   DI-MISC-80711A is tailored by deleting 10.2.

b.   The Draft of the Final Technical Report (SOW C.8.2) shall be delivered 16 months after date of contract award. The draft report
shall include a completed Standard Form (SF) 298 (Report Documentation Page) as the report's cover sheet. The Government will review
and respond within 30 days of receipt. The contractor shall submit the Final Technical Report (with the completed SF 298) within 30 days
after receipt of draft comments/approval.

c.   You may download the SF 298 form, from the following internet address:
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                   http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/forms/sf298template.doc

     Instructions for completing the SF 298 are provided in Attachment 001 to the contract.

Here are some additional instructions for completing the SF 298 form that apply when submitting reports under the SBIR Program:

     For each unclassified report, the Contractor shall fill in Block 12a (Distribution/Availability Statement) of the SF 298 with one
of the following statements:

                   (a)   Approved for public release; distribution unlimited.

                   (b)   Distribution authorized to U.S. Government Agencies only; contains proprietary information

Note: After reviewing the Contractor's entry in Block 12a, TARDEC has final responsibility for assigning a distribution statement. The
contractor shall mark the actual report itself in accordance with the appropriate legends set forth in DFARS 252.227-7018, "RIGHTS IN
NONCOMMERCIAL TECHNICAL DATA AND COMPUTER SOFTWARE -- SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH (SBIR) PROGRAM".

     Block 13 (Abstract) of the SF 298 must include the first sentence, "Report developed under SBIR contract for topic (insert topic
number)." The abstract must identify the purpose of the work and briefly describe the work carried out, the finding or results, and the
potential applications of the effort. Since the Department of Defense (DOD) will be publishing the abstract, it must not contain any
proprietary or classified data.

     Block 14 (Subject Terms) of the SF 298 must include the term "SBIR Report."




17. PRICE GROUP:
18. ESTIMATED TOTAL PRICE:

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1. DATA ITEM NO. ..........:    A004
2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM      :    Developmental Design Drawings/Models and Associated Lists
3. SUBTITLE ...............:    CAD Drawings of HSIR Prototype 2 Design

4. AUTHORITY .............:     DI-SESS-81002E(T) (see 16a. below)
5. CONTRACT REFERENCE\'85\'85\'85\'85\'85.:    C.6.1,C.6.2 and C.8.4
6. REQUIRING OFFICE \'85\'85\'85\'85\'85\'85.:    RDTA-RS / MS 264
7. DD250 REQ ............. :    N/A
8. APP CODE .............. :    N/A
9. DIST. STATEMENT REQUIRED:    B
10. FREQUENCY : Once
11. AS OF DATE:           N/A
12. DATE OF FIRST SUB: No later than seven days prior to contract end period of performance.
13. DATE OF SUBS. SUB: N/A

14. DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSEES: SUBMIT REPORTS ELECTRONICALLY TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESSES SHOWN IMMEDIATELY BELOW:

Matthew Skalny, Contracting Officers Representative, E-mail: matthew.w.skalny.civ@mail.mil
Nancy McCluskey, ACO, E-mail: Nancy.McCluskey@dcma.mil

15. TOTAL: 1 (electronic)

16. REMARKS:

The Contractor shall deliver design drawings in Contractor format that show the parts and materials used in the design and the
dimensions of the prototype. The drawings shall be used in evaluation of the design and creation of another prototype design, but do
not need to include production level drawings and assembly instructions.

DI-SESS-81002E is tailored by removing the requirement for including a TDP Option Selection Worksheet.

17. PRICE GROUP:
18. ESTIMATED TOTAL PRICE:
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1. DATA ITEM NO. ..........:    A005
2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM      :    Computer Software Product
3. SUBTITLE ...............:    Computer source code and documentation deliverables.

4. AUTHORITY .............:     DI-IPSC-81488(T) (see 16a. below)
5. CONTRACT REFERENCE\'85\'85\'85\'85..:    C.8.3.3
6. REQUIRING OFFICE \'85\'85\'85\'85\'85..:    RDTA-RS / MS 264
7. DD250 REQ ............. :    N/A
8. APP CODE .............. :    N/A
9. DIST. STATEMENT REQUIRED:    B
10. FREQUENCY : Once
11. AS OF DATE:           N/A
12. DATE OF FIRST SUB: No later than seven days prior to contract end period of performance.
13. DATE OF SUBS. SUB: N/A

14. DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSEES: SUBMIT REPORTS/SOFTWARE ELECTRONICALLY TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESSES SHOWN IMMEDIATELY BELOW:

Matthew Skalny, Contracting Officers Representative, E-mail: matthew.w.skalny.civ@mail.mil
Nancy McCluskey, ACO, E-mail: Nancy.McCluskey@dcma.mil

15. TOTAL: 1 (electronic)

16. REMARKS:

The Contractor shall deliver software required to operate the prototype system.   The Contractor shall deliver all source code developed
under this effort.

DI-IPSC-81488 is tailored by removing 10.4.3 and 10.4.4.

17. PRICE GROUP:
18. ESTIMATED TOTAL PRICE:



____________________________________________________________________________________________________



********* THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTION APPLIES TO ALL REPORTS DELIVERABLE UNDER THE CONTRACT **********

____________________________________________________________________________________________________




Prepare the reports in Contractor format.   Submit the reports using any of the following
electronic formats:

         (1) Files readable using these Microsoft* Office XP or Microsoft* Office 2002 & lower Products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or
Access. Spreadsheets must be sent in a file format that includes all formulae, macro and format information. Print or scan images of
spreadsheets are not acceptable. Please see security note below for caution regarding use of macros.

         (2)   Files in Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format).   When scanning documents, scanner should be set to 200 dots per inch.

         (3) Files in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) Format. HTML documents must not contain active links to Internet websites or
web pages for reference information. All linked information must be contained within your electronic report, and be accessible offline.

         (4) Other electronic formats. Before preparing your report in any other electronic format, please e-mail the COR, with an e-
mail copy-furnished to amsta-idq@tacom.army.mil, to obtain a decision as to the format's acceptability. This e-mail must be received by
the COR not later than ten (10) calendar days before the draft report's due date. All alternate methods must be at no cost to the
Government.

         (5)   Please note that we can no longer accept .zip files due to increasing security concerns.

NOTE.   _________
        Macros: The virus scanning software used by our e-mail systems cannot always distinguish a macro from a virus.   Therefore,
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sending a macro embedded in an e-mail message or an e-mail attachment may cause the e-mail report to be quarantined.

     d. Acceptable media: The Contractor shall submit reports via e-mail. If e-mail is not workable, another acceptable media is a 650
megabyte CD ROM. Identify the software application and version used to create each file submitted.

         (1) E-MAIL. Maximum size of each e-mail message shall be three and one-half (3.5) megabytes. Previously "zipped" files were
accepted, but due to security concerns these zipped attachments cannot be received through our mail system. You may use multiple e-mail
messages if necessary, however, you must annotate the subject lines in this manner: "Message 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3."

         (2) 650 MEGABYTE CD ROM to be delivered via U.S. Mail or other carrier. The Contractor shall label all submitted disks with
the Contract number, the Contractor's name and address, and a contact's phone number. Exterior mailing envelopes containing disks must
be addressed to the following address:

              Matthew Skalny, AMSRD-TAR-R, MS 264
              U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (TACOM LCMC)
              6501 East 11 Mile Road
              Warren, MI 48397-5000

NOTE:   Please select only one type of electronic media to transmit each report.   For instance, do not submit a report via e-mail and CD-
ROM.

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The Offeror asserts for itself, or the persons identified below, that the Government's rights to use, release, or disclose the following
technical data or computer software should be restricted:
Technical Data Computer Software to be Furnished with Restrictions
1. Payload and tool control protocol software

Basis for Assertion
1. Information developed under SBIR program, Contract W56HZV-10-C-0328

Asserted Rights Category
1. Rights in SBIR data generated under another contract

Name of Person Asserting Restrictions
1. Jorgen Pedersen



Dated:         23 June 2011
Printed name   Jorgen Pedersen
 And title:    President & CEO RE2, Inc
Signature:     *ORIGINAL ON FILE
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