This effort requires support services including Flight Test Engineer (FTE); Configuration Management (CM); Data Management (DM); Data Base Administration (DBA); and Reliability, Maintainability and Availability (RM&A)which are not available organically. These services were previously provided under task order N00244-21-F-0064 which expired 15 June 2022.
The PRGB Test Stand is used at the Depot level of maintenance for V-22 aircraft at Fleet Readiness Center, East and is required to support all variants of the V-22 aircraft at the Depot Level where maintained. The test stand experiences unacceptable rates of failure and lengthy maintenance times.
Please include System/Software Engineering, Software Development, Software Architecture, and Testing expertise. Please describe Security Clearance levels for personnel and facilities.Acquisition/Contracting Approach: Describe any existing contract vehicles available to your organization and preferred contracting approach (i.e. FAR-based Contract vs. Other Transaction Authority (OTA)). Identify preferences for a contract cost structure (e.g.
This project will renovate and retro-fit five (5) Buildings 161E (16215 Air Cargo Rd), 161D (2625 S 161st St), 161F (2427 S 161st St), 165A (2600 S 165th St) and in the future, 156A (2330 S 156th St), with updated building mechanical systems, lighting systems and fire protection, to improve operational efficiency and facility maintainability, and to continue receipt of lease revenue for many years to come.
How much transition time would your company require to perform on this contract? This would include capabilities to perform under this contract.7. What quality control measures do you currently have in place (ISO 9000, 9001, AS9100, NADCAP (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program)?8. How many employees are in your company?9.
What is your system’s demonstrated Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) data, e.g. Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), Mean Time To Repair (MTTR), etc.?f. Discuss end-to-end life cycle support with training, manuals, provisioning, and parts obsolescence.
ALCM sustainment activities include recurring and nonrecurring engineering services and logistics supportability expertise to include, but not limited to: system design, aerodynamics; manufacturing/repair materials and processes, mass properties, corrosion, guidance, mission planning, reliability/maintainability, survivability/vulnerability, low observable technology and testing, system software, electrical, electronics, structures, test equipment
¿In kind¿ replacement of the total hull assembly is considered to be highly complex because there is not a precise understanding of how much of the original hull is sound, or how concentrated or dispersed damage (rot) may be. Replacement in kind raises concerns about material availability, cost, and long-term maintainability.
Impacts to any logistics support elements (such as software, manuals, spares, tools, and similar) being utilized by Government personnel in support of the product. h. Impacts to the operational use of the product. i. Complete estimated life-cycle cost impact of the proposed change. j.