Contract Opportunity General Information Classification Description Attachments/Links Contact Information History Award Notices Follow Request for Information (RFI) on Cognitive Effects in Cyber Operations Active Contract Opportunity Notice ID IARPA-RFI-22-07 Related Notice Department/Ind.
Acquisition Strategy Panel: A2/6 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) & Cyber Effects Operations (CEO) and Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Advisory (ESS) & Assistances Services (ICE A&AS) requires the full range of business systems application support services in support of daily operation activities for AF A2/6 Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Cyber Effects Operations (ISR&CEO), and Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority
AF A2/6 seeks to procure Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS) Support to provide services to support implementation of effective DCIPS program management, communications, DIEB and policy expertise for the USAF Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance (ISR) and Cyber Effects Operations (CEO) that will enhance the readiness of the ISR/CEO Force.
RTCA simulators and simulations shall include kinetic weapons as well as directed energy weapons, electronic warfare, cyber operations, and a converged EW/Cyber capability – the bandwidth and security requirements for these systems are key drivers for the requirements of ILTE.
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Cyber Effects Operations (CEO) force readiness is a critical war-fighting capability and is vital in today's dynamic global environment. Readiness recovery is a Secretary of Defense (SecDef) and Secretary of the Air Force (SecAF) high priority.
Headquarters United States Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) and Cyber Effects Operations (CEO) (AF A2/6), Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. is responsible for integrating ISR, Cyber, and Warfighting Communications functions to spearhead a digital Air Force initiative and to enable coordinated U.S. Code Title 10 and Title 50 actions across the range of military operations.
The solution must be available in the marketplace, and able to scale to a Headquarters Air Force, Intelligence, Reconnaissance (ISR) and Cyber Effects Operations(CEO) (AF/A2/6) enterprise capability.
Orchestration of Resilient Cyber Activities (ORCA)
following topics:Classes of TechnologiesCyber S&T efforts are aimed at novel approaches and technologies to Secure current, emerging and future cyberspace and its applications against cyber-attacks Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO)Create desired effects on existing and future adversary cyberspace Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO)Technologies in the current and future cyberspace and its application domains are not developed by the Cyber S&T community