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Statement of Work (SOW)

Research and Development Services for

NRL Space S
cienc
es Division

03/22
/2013

Version 3
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Introduction

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1.1

Mission

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1.2

Background

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1.3

Scope

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General Requirements

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2.1

Period of Performance

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2.2

Non
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Personal Services

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2.3

Business
Relations
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2.4

Organizational Conflict of Interest

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2.5

Data Rights

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2.6

Contract Administration and Management

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2.7

Contract Manage
ment

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2.8

Personnel Administration

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2.9

Contract Administration

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2.10

Contractor's Management Plan (CMP)

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2.11

Contractor Furnished
Equipment, Materials, Subcontracts and Supplies

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2.12

Contractor Personnel, Disciplines, and Specialties

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2.13

Location and Hours of Work

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2.14

Travel / Temporary

Duty (TDY)

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Requirements

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3.1

Management, Control, and Reporting

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3.2

Systems Engineering

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3.3

Electronics Engineering (or Ha
rdware Engineering)

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3.4

Software Engineering

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3.5

Laboratory and Operations Support

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3.6

Mission Assurance

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Special Requireme
nts

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4.1

Security and Safety Compliance

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4.2

Transition

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Deliverables

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1

I
NTRODUCTION

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) anti
cipates negotiation of a competitive, indefinite delivery
indefintie quantity (IDIQ) contract for Research and Development Services to support the Space
Sciences Division in the areas of earth atmosphere, solar phyics, and astronomy.

1.1

Mission

The Naval Rese
arch Laboratory (NRL) is the Navy’s corporate laboratory for conducting basic
and applied research in the space sciences. NRL supports a number of terrestrial and space experiments
in the areas of
terrestrial,

atmospheric, solar, and astronomical research
from a variety of
ground based,
airborne, balloon, rocket, and space platforms. Major research thrust areas include ultraviolet remote
sensing of the upper atmosphere, spectrographic
and imaging
studies of the solar atmosphere

and
heliosphere
, and astronom
ical radiation ranging from ultraviolet through
gamma

rays. The results are of
importance to a fundamental understanding of natural radiation and geophysical phenomena in the space
environment, radio communications, and ultimately to the operation of Naval

ships and aircraft.
Ongoing and planned research includes
stand
-
off detection of the terrestrial environment, in situ and
remote sensing of the
middle and
upper atmosphere, environmental model
ing of the geospace
environment
, studies of the Sun

and helios
phere
, and studies of
high energy
celestial

sources.

1.2

Background

To conduct these investigations, technical support is needed for the design, fabrication, assembly,
testing, and calibration of experiments, scientific instrument structures, components, subs
ystems,
support equipment, and related field operations. Tasks include computer modeling, experiment design,
data analysis, instrument packaging, payload testing, and field deployments. Furthermore, technical
expertise is required for the analysis of data
obtained from these investigations. New computer programs
must be written and existing software must be modified and documented. Among the scientific
instrument modeling, simulation, development, data acquisition, reduction, and analysis efforts are the
fo
llowing activities:



Geospace Science and
Technology
:

Investigations to study
,
understand
and ultimately
forecast
the energetics, dynamics, and state of the
geospace (i.e. terrestrial and near
-
Earth
space)

environment, to
develop and apply new techniques for

in situ and remote sensing of
the geospace environment
and associated theoretical modeling activities.



High Energy Space Environment
:

Investigations
to advance the observational and
theoretical understanding of

the
energetic photon and charged particle e
nvironment in space,
and the development and use of advanced detector systems for energetic photons and
particles for space and terrestrial applications
.



Solar and
Heliospheric Physics
:

Investigations to advance the understanding of the origin
of the outer

solar atmosphere, the corona, the coupling between the fine magnetic structure
at the photosphere

and
,
the dynamic processes occurring in the corona
,

the coupling between
the Sun and the Earth
,

and to develop the experimental and theoretical techniques to
forecast
this coupling

1.3

Scope

The purpose of this Statement of Work (SOW) is to acquire scientific, engineering, and related
services to the Space Sciences Division (SSD) and related organizations, as required, for the
formulation, design, development, fab
rication, integration, testing, verification, operation, and data
analysis of spaceflight and ground system hardware and software, including the development and

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validation of technologies to enable future science missions. To this end, the Contractor
will

provide
on/off
-
site multi
-
disciplinary scientific and engineering services, pursuant to Technical Direction
Memorandums (TDM) issued by the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). TDM may be issued
to perform services in all aspects of mission and inst
rument development and implementation for
components, subsystems, systems, scientific instruments, observatories, launch, ground system,
spacecraft, and suborbital craft (e.g., sounding rockets, UAVs, balloons, and aircraft), including Space
Station, free
-
flying spacecraft, and suborbital payloads, as well as Ground Support Equipment (G
S
E),
simulators, non
-
flight models and prototypes; candidate, feasibility, and systems definition studies;
project planning, direction, and control; systems engineering; anal
ysis; preliminary and detailed design;
fabrication; assembly; integration and test; test and verification; calibration; test instrumentation; data
systems management; launch and post
-
launch operations; research and technology unique to the
intended use; ph
enomenology; data reduction; documentation; maintenance; sustaining engineering;
configuration management; safety, reliability, and quality assurance (SR&QA); architectural trades;
performance, cost, and risk assessment; and systems safety.

The Contractor

will

provide technical and scientific support within the scope of this SOW. Task
deliverables will consist of scientific, engineering, and related technical services, documentation, data,
equipment, and materials according to the TDM and the Contract Data

Requirements List (CDRL) of
the
base contract. The tasks wi
ll involve activities both on
-
site and off
-
site of NRL and may require
extensive travel. The Contractor
will

provide the requisite personnel, supplies, materials, and equipment
and
will

provide sc
ientific, engineering, technical, and analytical capabilities for the conceptualization,
system engineering, design and development, and analysis of ongoing and proposed experiments,
projects, and programs. The Contractor
will

perform the design, fabricati
on, assembly, integration, test,
calibration, and operation of sophisticated scientific instruments, experimental payloads, and their
support equipment. This effort
will

include the development and documentation of software in
laboratory and operational en
vironments. The Contractor
will

provide scientific and engineering skills to
support spaceflight, launch vehicle, sounding rocket, aircraft, and ground sensor systems, including
payload processing and vehicle integration,
ground support equipment (
GSE
)
, mi
ssion planning, and
operations. The Contractor
will

perform data processing, reduction, cataloging, archiving, and
distribution. The Contractor
will

provide design, development, fabrication, integration, test, calibration,
and operation of flight instrumen
tation and related equipment that are required to collect, analyze,
archive, and distribute scientific data.

2

G
ENERAL
R
EQUIREMENTS

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Requirements for On
-
Site Contractors (ROSC) dated 8
December 2008 provides general instru
ctions for Contractors conducting business at/on NRL property.
Compliance with specific paragraphs of the NRL ROSC cited in the Section 2
-

General Requirement
and Section 4
-

Special Requirements is mandatory, other requirements in the NRL ROSC are provid
ed
for information purposes only.

2.1


Period of Performance

The period of performance is for 1 base year of 12 months and two 12
-
month options years. The
period of performance reads as follows:



Base Year


(mm/dd/yyyy to mm/dd/yyyy)




Option Year 1


(mm/dd/yyyy to mm/dd/yyyy)



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Option Year 2


(mm/dd/yyyy to mm/dd/yyyy)


2.2

Non
-
Personal Services

The Government will neither supervise contractor employees nor control the method by which the
contractor performs the required tasks.

The Government wi
ll

not assign tasks to, or prepare work schedules for, individual contractor
employees.

The Contractor
shall

be responsible for managing its employees and guarding against any actions
that are of the nature of personal services, or give the perception of
personal services as defined in FAR
-
Part 37, Service Contracting, dated 31 May 2011.

The Contractor
shall

notify the Contracting Officer (KO) if any Government requested actions
constitute, or are perceived to constitute personal services.

2.3

Business Relatio
ns

The contractor
shall

integrate and coordinate all activity needed to execute this contract.

2.4

Organizational Conflict of Interest

Contractor and subcontractor personnel performing work under this contract may receive, have
access to or participate in the

development of proprietary or source selection information (e.g., cost or
pricing information, budget information or analyses, specifications or work statements, etc.) or perform
evaluation services which may create a current or subsequent Organizational
Conflict of Interests (OCI)
as defined in FAR Subpart 9.5.


The Contractor
shall

notify the Contracting Officer immediately whenever it becomes aware that
such access or participation may result in any actual or potential OCI.

The Contractor
shall

promptl
y submit a mitigation plan to the Contracting Officer to avoid or
mitigate any such OCI.

The Contractors mitigation plan will be determined to be acceptable solely at the discretion of the
Contracting Officer and in the event the Contracting Officer unilat
erally determines that any such OCI
cannot be satisfactorily avoided or mitigated, the Contracting Officer may affect other remedies as he or
she deems necessary, including prohibiting the Contractor from participation in subsequent contracted
requirements

which may be affected by the OCI.

2.5

Data Rights

The Government has unlimited rights to all documents/material produced under this contract.

All
documents and materials, to include the source codes of any software, produced under this contract will
be Gover
nment owned and the property of the Government with all rights and privileges of
ownership/copyright belonging exclusively to the Government.

These documents and materials cannot
be used or sold by the contractor without written permission from the Contra
cting Officer.

All materials
supplied to the Government will be the sole property of the Government and may not be used for any
other purpose.

This right does not abrogate any other Government rights.

2.6

Contract Administration and Management

The following
subsections specify requirements for contract management and contractor personnel
administration.


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2.7

Contract Management

The Contractor
shall

establish clear organizational lines of authority and responsibility to ensure
effective management of the resources
assigned to this contract.

2.8

Personnel Administration

The Contractor
shall

provide for employees during designated Government non
-
work days or
other periods where Government offices are closed due to weather or security conditions.

The Contractor
shall

main
tain the currency of their employees by providing initial and refresher
training as required to meet the
SOW

requirements.

The Contractor
shall

make necessary travel arrangements for employees.

The Contractor
shall

designate one or more on
-
site employees

with the responsibility of
supervising and directing the Contractor’s on
-
site employees.

2.9

Contract Administration

The Contractor
shall

establish processes and assign appropriate resources to effectively administer
this contract.

The Contractor
shall

respo
nd to Government requests for contractual actions within five work
days.

The Contractor
shall

assign work effort and maintain proper and accurate time keeping records of
personnel assigned to work on this contract.

2.10

Contractor's Management Plan (CMP)

The c
ontractor
shall

submit a Contractor's Management Plan (CMP) defining the contractor's
approach to implementing the contract.

[CDRL A007]

The CMP provides the Government insight to the systems, processes, and structure within which
the contractor operates.

The CMP should include, as applicable and if not defined in a separate plan:
quality control, risk management, systems engineering, software development, configuration
management, earned value management, and subcontract management.

A draft CMP is to be d
elivered with the contractor’s proposal. Three copies of the complete
version
shall

be submitted 30 days after contract award to the KO and COR, and

within 5 working days
when changes are made thereafter
.


The Contractor
shall

receive the contracting offic
ers acceptance in writing of any proposed change
to his management plan once the CMP has been accepted by the Government.

Through task orders, the Government may apply the following requirements to select projects:



a.

The contractor
shall

develop and mainta
in an effective quality control program to ensure
services are performed in accordance with this SOW.


b.

The contractor
shall

develop and maintain an effective risk management program to ensure
services are performed in accordance with this SOW.

c.

The contra
ctor
shall

develop and maintain an effective systems engineering program to
ensure services are performed in accordance with this SOW.

[CDRL A006]


d.

The contractor
shall

develop and maintain an effective software development program to
ensure services are

performed in accordance with this SOW.

[CDRL A006]



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e.

The contractor
shall

develop and maintain an effective configuration management program
to ensure services are performed in accordance with this SOW.

[CDRL A006]


f.

The contractor
shall

develop and mai
ntain an effective earned value management program to
ensure services are performed in accordance with this SOW. [CDRL A008]


g.

The contractor
shall

develop and maintain an effective subcontract management program to
ensure services are performed in accorda
nce with this SOW.


h.

The contractor
shall

develop and maintain an effective Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)
and Contract Work Breakdown Structure (CWBS) to ensure services are performed in
accordance with this SOW. [CDRL A008]


2.11

Contractor Furnished Equip
ment, Materials, Subcontracts and Supplies

Equipment and unexpended materials and supplies purchased by the contractor under this contract
become the property of the Government at the end of the performance period, including all options.

The Contractor
sha
ll

provide supplies for contractor personnel.

The Contractor
shall

provide any other equipment, material, and supplies, not furnished by the
Government, but required to perform the work defined under Paragraph 3, Performance Requirements,
below.

The Contra
ctor
shall

be responsible for any subcontract management necessary for performing
efforts described in Paragraph 3,Performance Requirements, below.

2.12

Contractor Personnel, Disciplines, and Specialties

The minimum education, training, and experience required
by contractor personnel to perform
support tasks identified in this
SOW

are defined in the labor category descriptions provided herein.

1.

Sr. Program Manager (Key)

B.Sc., Engineering, Business, Operations Research
, or
equivalent
. Ten years of demonstrated e
xperience desired in managing multiple project activities with a
developmental program. Demonstrated experience in the planning, direction, and control of scientific
development programs involving spaceflight instruments, experimental payloads or equivalen
t satellite
systems. Demonstrated experience with spaceflight instrument definition and development in terms of
formal responses to research announcements of opportunity. Demonstrated skills in program and
acquisition planning (including scheduling, resour
ces, and detailed budget preparation) for spaceflight
instrument and satellite systems. Demonstrated management experience in the definition, design, and
development of spaceflight instruments and satellite systems. Relevant experience with spaceflight
ins
trument and satellite systems program planning, directing, and coordinating from concept formulation
through final closeout. Specific experience with the technical program planning required to support the
developmental process including risk analysis, engi
neering specialty integration, program reviews,
technical performance measurement, interface control, and program planning. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, project management, scheduling, spreadsheet, and database programs.

2.

Project Manager

and Project Leader (Key)

B.Sc. Engineering, Physics, Business

or
Equivalent
. Eight years of demonstrated experience desired in the area of project management. Specific
experience in the planning, direction, and program management of spaceflight instrumen
ts, experimental
payloads, and satellite and sounding rocket systems. Relevant experience with spaceflight instrument
and satellite systems program planning, directing, and coordinating from concept formulation through
final closeout. Specific experience w
ith the technical coordination process among Government, NASA,
Co
-
contractor, Academic, and Industry personnel. Experience with the requirements for controlling
information exchanges under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and related de
fense
trade acts. Relevant experience supporting the space vehicle integration process and experience with the

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appropriate guidelines and standards used for deriving safety hazards. Relevant experience with space
vehicle integration guidelines, requirement
s, and standards used for deriving spaceflight instrument
interface control, ground, and flight operation requirements. Specific experience interfacing with space
vehicle and launch integration personnel, safety managers, and technical lead engineers to de
velop
launch range documentation. Demonstrated experience with the fabrication and manufacture of
prototype and limited production space
-
qualified instruments and payloads. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, project management, scheduling, spr
eadsheet, and database programs.

3.

Scientist

Ph.D., Physical Sciences, Physics, or Mathematics. Eight years of demonstrated
experience desired in the engineering development and design of optical sensors and scientific
instrumentation. Experienced in the r
esearch, development, design, and fabrication of optical sensors
and instrumentation for spaceflight and terrestrial scientific applications. Knowledgeable in various
aspects of physical and geometrical optics including optical system design, aspheric opti
cs, aberration
theory, polarization analysis and design, optical coating design and characterization, optical filtering
design and application (including ultra
-
narrow band optical filters), optical diffraction and
interferometry, and optical fibers. Experi
enced with image processing and modeling algorithms.
Experience with software modeling and simulation tools, as well as the C, C++, and
/or

IDL
programming languages. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet, and database
programs.

4.

Sr. E
lectronic Systems Engineer (1 of 2 Key)
M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering. Ten years of
demonstrated experience desired, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrated experience performing System Engineering duties for spaceflight sc
ientific instruments.
Demonstrated capability to conceptualize, specify, model, and prototype analog and digital spaceflight
instruments and related systems. Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and familiarity with hardware
development programs for scienti
fic spaceflight instrumentation and experimental payloads.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and familiarity with software development for developing
spaceflight instrument system and support equipment software routines. Demonstrated experience,
knowledg
e, and familiarity with real
-
time software development including requirements analysis and
systems programming for flight systems, including: telemetry and command; flight instrument control
and pointing; processor selection support, timing and sizing esti
mates, and costing; and interface
analysis. Demonstrated experience with Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) processors, Field
Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) for spaceflight,
and their developmental sy
stems, including the design of support equipment processors and telemetry
displays. Relevant experience with digital signal processing (DSP) chipsets and their development
systems. Relevant experience with developing support equipment for testing spaceflig
ht hardware and
software in an operational satellite environment, including ground support software, digital motor
control systems, and specialized telemetry formatting and documentation equipment. Demonstrated
capabilities with C/C++, VHDL, and related so
ftware design tools. Proficient with cross
-
platform word
processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.

5.

Sr. Systems Engineer (Key)
M.Sc. or Ph.D. in Engineering. Ten years of demonstrated
experience desired, or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. Demonstrated experience
performing System Engineering duties for spaceflight scientific instruments. Demonstrated capability to
define the science requirements flowdown to instrument performance requirements, to conceptualize,
specify, model, a
nd prototype analog and digital spaceflight instruments and related systems.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and familiarity with hardware development programs for
scientific spaceflight instrumentation and experimental payloads. Demonstrated experienc
e, knowledge,
and familiarity with software development for developing spaceflight instrument system and support
equipment software routines. Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and familiarity with real
-
time
software development including requirements ana
lysis and systems programming for flight systems,

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including: telemetry and command; flight instrument control and pointing; processor selection support,
timing and sizing estimates, and costing; and interface analysis. Proficient with cross
-
platform word
p
rocessing, spreadsheet, and database programs.

6.

Sr. Software Engineer (Key


1 of 2)

B.Sc., Engineering, Physics, Computer Science,
Mathematics, or the equivalent. Five years of demonstrated experience desired, knowledge and
familiarity with real
-
time soft
ware development including requirements analysis and systems
programming for flight systems, including: telemetry and command; flight instrument control and
pointing; processor selection support, timing and sizing estimates, and costing; interface analysis
, and
algorithm development. Specific experience with MIL
-
STD
-
1553 standard data bus and VME
-
based
flight controller systems. Relevant experience with digital hardware and software test beds for space
vehicle simulators that have the capability to evaluate

and resolve hardware/software compatibility
problems occurring during the developmental process. Strong background in Computer Aided
Engineering, Computer Aided Design, and Automated Test Equipment (CAE, CAD, ATE). The
candidate
must

have demonstrated exp
erience, knowledge, and familiarity with the analysis, research,
design, development, test, and evaluation of complex digital hardware and software development
programs. Specific experience with requirements analysis and systems programming for ground
syst
ems, including: command and telemetry processing and display; payload pointing and control; data
archive, analysis, and distribution; C/C++ and assembly language programming. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet, and database program
s. Demonstrated capabilities with
computer aided software design tools.

7.

Engineer, Software

B.Sc., Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or the
equivalent. Five years of demonstrated experience desired, knowledge and familiarity with scient
ific
software development including requirements analysis and programming for simulation and data
analysis systems, including: General object oriented software design methods; development of CAD
-
like design systems; familiarity with high energy radiation
transport simulation codes; graphical user
interface development. The candidate
must

have demonstrated experience, knowledge, and familiarity
with the analysis, research, design, development, test, and evaluation of complex software development
programs. S
pecific experience with requirements analysis and systems programming including: object
oriented design; software system and database development; software system documentation, support
and distribution; C++, Java, and Python programming; and development

in the Linux environment.
Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs. Demonstrated
capabilities with computer aided software design tools.

8.

Engineer, Hardware

B.Sc., Electrical Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathe
matics, or the
equivalent. Five years of demonstrated experience desired in specifying, developing, and documenting
spaceflight instrument electronics, conducting systems level environmental and reliability tests;
documenting acceptance tests in formal pla
ns and procedures; and planning and conducting tests.
Specific design engineering experience related to the electrical analysis, design, integration, and test of
interface and data handling electronics for MIL
-
STD
-
1553 and VME
-
based systems. Specific
exper
ience using digital and analog circuitry, i80xxx microprocessors, and digital signal processing
(DSP) chipsets. Relevant design experience with printed wiring board design, layout, integration, and
testing. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, s
preadsheet, CAD/CAE and database programs.

9.

Electronics Engineer, General Design Support

B.Sc., Electrical Engineering, Physical
Sciences, Mathematics, or the equivalent. Five years of demonstrated experience desired in specifying,
developing, and documen
ting spaceflight instrument electronics, conducting systems level
environmental and reliability tests; documenting acceptance tests in formal plans and procedures; and
planning and conducting tests. Specific design engineering experience related to the ele
ctrical analysis,
design, integration, and test of interface and data handling electronics for MIL
-
STD
-
1553 and VME
-

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based systems. Specific experience using digital and analog circuitry, microprocessors, and digital signal
processing (DSP) chipsets. Releva
nt design experience with printed wiring board design, layout,
integration, and testing. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet, CAD/CAE and
database programs.

10.

Mechanical Engineer, General Design Support

Associates Degree in Engineer
ing
Technology or the equivalent. Five years of demonstrated experience desired in specifying, developing,
and documenting spaceflight instrument enclosures, chassis designs, printed wiring board designs, and
equipment layouts. Specific experience on suppo
rt equipment racks and interconnects diagrams.
Specific experience in designing, planning, documenting, and installing complex ground enclosures for
flight instrument command and control during flight operations, including wiring interconnects, power
distr
ibution, video and audio routing and distribution, and chassis design. Specific experience with
AutoCad or ProE CAE/CAD programs. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet,
and database programs.

11.

Engineer, Parts Procurement (Key)

B. Sc.

Physics, Electrical Engineering, or the equivalent.
Seven years of demonstrated experience desired in parts procurement and selection of EEE and non
-
EEE parts for spaceflight instruments and GSE systems. Demonstrated familiarity with Military
Specificatio
ns and NASA parts procurement plans and requirements. Demonstrated experience with
procurement of EEE parts and development of parts procurement screening requirements. Familiarity
with NASA Handbook NHB5300.4 and related materials outgassing specification
s. Demonstrated
experience with the high
-
reliability parts acquisition process. Demonstrated experience developing parts
lists and component requirement reviews using spreadsheet and database programs. Proficient with
cross
-
platform word processing, spread
sheet, and database programs.

12.

Project Analyst

B.Sc. Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, or the equivalent. Five
years of demonstrated experience desired in analysis, systems integration, and implementation of
spaceflight instruments and experime
ntal payloads. Specific experience developing systems and
subsystem level schedules, planning payload and launch activities, and developing program controls and
procedures. Working knowledge of Military Specifications and requirements. Relevant experience
in
spacecraft systems test and integration. Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, scheduling,
spreadsheet, and database programs.

13.

Research Physicist

B.Sc. Physical Sciences, Mathematics or the equivalent. Knowledge of
basic physical processes
related to high energy radiation transport. Demonstrated experience in
laboratory physics at the college level, including data analysis and recording of results. Proficient with
cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet and database programs.

14.

Research
Assistant

2 yrs of college training in Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Computer
Science or the equivalent. Knowledge of basic physics and mathematics at the calculus level and/or
basic software design and programming using C++ or Java. Proficient with c
ross
-
platform word
processing and spreadsheet programs.

15.

Sr. Engineering Technician

Associates Degree in Engineering Technology or the equivalent.
Five years of demonstrated experience in the design, fabrication, and testing of spaceflight
instrumentation
and its related GSE in a laboratory environment. Specific knowledge in the
troubleshooting and repair of analog and digital components, including microprocessor
-
based flight
instruments. Relevant experience with the design, fabrication and assembly of surf
ace mount
technologies for printed wiring board applications. Relevant experience with maintaining, operating and
refurbishing High Vacuum Chambers and their associated vacuum system components and GSE.
Experiences with cable harnessing for spaceflight app
lications. Experience with software development

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to support spaceflight and support equipment applications. Proficient with cross
-
platform word
processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.

16.

Sr. Technical Writer/Editor


BA or B.Sc. in Engineering, Journal
ism, Economics, English, or
the equivalent. Five years of experience with demonstrated capability to coordinate, prepare, edit, and
proof technical specifications, plans, procedures, and documents related to spaceflight instrumentation
and experimental pay
loads. Demonstrated experience managing and responding to formal responses
under the requirements of research announcements of opportunity. Working knowledge of the
requirements for hardware and software documentation using DoD STD
-
2167A and MIL
-
STD
-
498 in

a
tailored laboratory environment. Demonstrated capability to collect, compile, and track technical data
and comments thereto, to include the documentation and tracking of CDRLs using automated tools.
Proficient with cross
-
platform word processing, spread
sheet, and database programs.

17.

Graphics Artist Support


Degree in art/design/multimedia/graphics and two years of
experience desired, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated experience
developing and executing graphical and m
ultimedia designs to meet the needs of engineers and
scientists. Demonstrated capabilities to digitize media, text, images, photos, audio, and video and
organize these into the appropriate categories. Strong skills in technical illustration. Ability to pro
vide
proof
-
of
-
concept illustrations in rough and final sketches for graphic and multimedia needs and to
execute these into digital format for print, CD
-
ROM, or web based projects. Ability to assist in
translating the needs of the scientist into visual and
multimedia designs, searching the web for digital art
and design resources, and supporting artwork for web development. Demonstrated ability with
applications for graphical and multimedia design, particularly with Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator. Some
exposure

to web design principles. Some experience with databases. Proficient with cross
-
platform word
processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.

18.

Administrative and Clerical Support


High School Degree or the equivalent. Three years of
experience desired. D
emonstrated experience with non
-
technical writing, word
-
processing,
proofreading, general computer art, paste
-
ups, database maintenance, and reference checking. Proficient
with cross
-
platform word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.

2.13

Location a
nd Hours of Work

Accomplishment of the results contained in this
SOW

requires work primarily at
the Contractor’s
off
-
site facilities. However, it is expected that a small proportion of the Contractor workforce will work
primariliy on
-
site at
the Naval Rese
arch Laboratory facilities, 4555 Overlook Ave, SW, Washington,
DC

20375
-
5320. Normal workdays are Monday through Friday except US Federal Holidays. NRL
workers typically work eight (8) hours per day, 40 hours per week. Flextime workers start not earlier
t
han 0600 and not later than 0900. Core hours of work are from
10
00
to 1
1
00
and 1300 to 1400
daily.
All employees are expected to be available during core hours. Additional information on work hours is
provided in Section 1.(c), NRL HOURS OF OPERATION AND H
OLIDAY SCHEDULE, in the NRL
ROSC.

Additionally, the Contractor
shall

support NRL tasks at other geographically dispersed locations,
as necessary.

2.14

Travel / Temporary Duty (TDY)

Travel to other government facilities or contractor facilities
will

be required
for conduct of
experimental research or attendance at government reviews or scientific meetings and seminars.

The Contractor
shall


submit all travel requirements (including plans, agenda, itinerary and dates)
for pre
-
approval to the Government and is on
a strictly cost reimbursable basis.


Attachment 1

12

The Contractor
shall

bill costs for travel in accordance with FAR 31.205
-
46 Travel Costs (subject
to local policy & procedures).


3

R
EQUIREMENTS

The Contractor
shall

perform the tasks and deliver all supplies, equipment, a
nd items as set forth
herein.

3.1

Management, Control, and Reporting

a)

The Contractor
shall

support
R&D

efforts
such as
concept development, systems engineering,
development, prototyping, fabrication, test, calibration, mission operation, and data reduction.

b)

T
he Contractor
shall

employ

efficient co
st
and performance
management methods
to
provide

the Government
with
task
status and periodic
progress

reports
.
[C
DRL A001, A002, A003
]

c)

The Contractor
shall

provide
logistical and

administrative support for various me
etings,
reviews, and conferences.

a.

This includes development

of
briefings in the form of graphics transparencies and
slides, posterboard charts, multi
-
media videos, or other speci
fied media. Data to be
produced
include
s

viewgraphs and slides, videos, broch
ures, publications, photographs,
webpages and websites, and briefing materials supporting program and project
objectives.

d)

The Contractor
shall

compose technical summaries and reports of surveys, investigations, or
fact
-
finding efforts.
[CDRL A004
]

e)

The Con
tractor
shall

support publications

by preparing visually effective briefing materials,
video and multimedia presentations, programmatic and technical documentation
.

f)

The Contractor
shall

perform

technical writing and editing tasks associated with the
develo
pment of flight hardware, software, and GSE.

g)

The Contractor
shall

prepare and maintain technical documentation
.

[CDRL A005
]

a.

This includes

analysis reports; specifications and ICDs; design descriptions for both
hardware and software; test plans, procedures
, and reports; documentation and parts
list; and drawing packages providing for a system baseline.

h)

The Contractor
shall

participate in the technical review of the development process, including
System Requirements Review (SRR), Preliminary Design Review (
PDR), Critical Design
Review (CDR), and Final Design Review.

i)

The Contractor
shall

also participate in unit level design reviews and supplemental design
reviews on systems and subsystems.

j)

The Contractor
shall

obta
in, store, maintain, and reproduce

program

technical data.



Attachment 1

13

3.2

System
s

Engineering

a)

The Contractor
shall

study the development of
scientific objectives, mission requirements,
and technical concepts

for

instrument systems, flight systems, ground systems, and launch
systems
.

a.


Study products include, bu
t are not

limited to, integration of joint missions and other
collaborative efforts; research, science, technology, and cost trade studies; candidate
operation and system architectures; cost, schedule, and risk estimates; and research and
technology unique

to the system development.

b)

The Contractor
shall

conduct

functional analysis,
requirements development,
interface
definition, interoperability, design alternatives, and performance assessments for proposed
and on
-
going scientific investigations and experim
ents.

c)

The Contractor
shall

analyze systems, perform evaluations of systems interfaces, and
participate in system definition and development.

d)

The Contractor
shall

evaluate experiments and tests

of generic subsystems and components
for applicability to spec
ific scientific investigations.

a.

This effort

include
s

ongoing flight and non
-
flight instruments supporting exploratory and
advanced development projects that are related to the NRL objectives in the areas of
terrestrial,
upper atmospheric, solar, and astro
nomical research.

e)

The Contractor
shall

conduct technical analyses for advanced sensing concepts.

a.

The goal is to

identify and evaluate alternative technical issues, critical phases and
potential problem areas, tradeoff studies with the attendant risk anal
yses, and specific
recommendations for selected approaches.

f)

The Contractor
shall

recommend architecture design
and performance
alternatives, assess
reliability, and perform system
-
engineering analyses.

g)

The Contractor
shall

provide system level integration

test plans and procedures,
and
i
dentify
and report deficiencies of test subject.


h)

The Contractor
shall

originate reviews for operations and maint
enance procedures and
checklists
.

3.2.1

Payload and Launch Processing

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide
systems safety,

hazard analyses and reporting, experimental
payload processing, and launch vehicle integration
support
to
the space vehicle integrating
c
ontractor (SVIC) and the launch site integrating
contractor (LSIC)
.

a.

These activities include reviewing facilities, as
sessing SVIC and LSIC requirements,
and verifying that requirements are met.

b)

The Contractor
shall

coordinate with safety and logistical personnel to plan, document, and
control the safety and procedural information necessary to ensure safe and efficient p
ayload
processing according to requirements set forth in launch range regulations.

c)

The Contractor
shall

participate in

experimental payload and launch vehicle working groups
that address experiment and payload integration, safety training, launch processi
ng, pre
-
flight
and post
-
flight operations, and related activities.


Attachment 1

14

3.2.2

Processing Procedures

a)

The Contractor
shall

produce

documentation for the experimental payload
, for use by

space
vehicle and launch vehicle processing activities.

a.

This include
s

hazard dat
a, experiment and space vehicle test plans and procedures,
verifications, ground simulations, and functional tests supporting the processing and
integration environment.

b)

The Contractor
shall

develop and maintain

hazardous and non
-
hazardous operating proce
dures
required by the SVIC and the LSIC.

3.2.3

Systems Safety Program

a)

The Contractor
shall

apply safety engineering and safety management principles, criteria, and
techniques to optimize safety and enhance mission effectiveness within the constraints of
operat
ional effectiveness, time, and cost.

b)

The Contractor
shall

promote

s
ystem safety activities

such as
early hazard identification,
evaluation, and elimination or reduction of residual risk to preclude system damage or
destruction and injury to personnel.

c)

Th
e Contractor
shall

conduct t
he system safety program
in accordance with

launch site
regulations.


3.3

Hardware Engineering

a)

The Contractor
shall

specify and document controllers and central processors using reduced
instruction set computers (RISC), radiation
-
t
olerant microprocessors, digital signal processors
(DSP), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), and microprocessor
-
based designs.

b)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, procure, fabricate, assemble, integrate, and test analog
-
to
-
digital converters (ADC),
flight processors, and embedded controllers for ground and
spaceflight applications.

c)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, tes
t

and build
be responsible for the front
-
end electronics
for various detector systems used in a variety of scientific instrumentat
ion.

d)

The Contractor
shall

make maximum use of FPGA, their development systems, and
standardized formats (e.g., VME, SEM
-
E, PCI) that enable reuse of designs among multiple
flight instru
ments

and experimental payloads.

e)

The Contractor
shall

maintain and us
e CAD tools for the design and simulation of FPGA
designs.

3.3.1

Interface and Data Handling Electronics

a)

The Contractor
shall

specify, document, and develop specific interface and data handling
electronics for sensors, detectors, storage, and electro
-
mechanica
l devices.

b)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, procure, fabricate, ass
emble, integrate, and test

interface
units for ground and spaceflight applications.

c)

The Contractor
shall

design, build, and test interface electronics and simulators to verify
electr
onic subsystem functionality.


Attachment 1

15

3.3.2

Circuit Card Design and Layout

a)

The Contractor
shall

design, lay out, and document layout of Printed Wiring Boards (PWB)
and Printed Wiring Assemblies (PWA) using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software tools.

3.3.3

Backplanes, Power

Converters, and Chassis Units

a)

The Contractor
shall

define and specify electrical and mechanical requirements for
backplanes, power converters, and chassis units.

b)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, procure, fabricate, assemble, integrate, and test
bac
kplanes, power converters, and chassis systems for ground and spaceflight applications.

3.3.4

Multi
-
Disciplinary Analysis, Design, and Implementation Services

a)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, fabricate, assemble, unit
-
test, system integrate, verify,
deploy
, and operate hardware and software on spacecraft, platform, and/or payload(s) as
defined by this SOW.

a.

These services involve, but
are not

limited to, mechanical, thermal, optics (including
radiometrics and stray light), contamination, control, guidance,
navigation, detector,
electrical, electronics, and software aspects of flight and ground systems, including
GSE.

3.3.5

Optical Design and Development Services

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide optical

design services, including
design, development, analysis,
acquisit
ion, assembly, integration and test, calibration, and performance testing.

a.

Efforts under this task may include geometric optical design, diffraction analysis,
tolerancing of components, Gaussian beam analysis, interferometry, radiometry, stray
light analy
sis, alignment and calibration, and optical systems design.

3.3.6

Specialized Detector and Array Services

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide scientific and engineering services for sate
-
of
-
the
-
art detection
systems requiring low noise levels and calibrations traceab
le to physical standards.

b)

The Contractor
shall

design, specify, acquire, assemble, maintain, retrofit, repair, and rework
specialized detector assemblies for
terrestrial,
spaceflig
ht and sounding rocket missions

a.


These
specialized detector
include

RF, mi
llimeter, microwave, infrared, visible, X
-
Ray, Gamma
-
Ray, neutral and charged particle, nanotechnology, Charged Coupled
Devices (CCD), calorimeters, radiometer, and optical sensor assemblies, along with
wedge and strip type ultraviolet detectors.

c)

The Cont
ractor
shall

provide electronic circuitry to simulate all detector interfaces.

3.4

Software
Engineering

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide software engineering support and technical assistance for
technology assessments.

b)

The Contractor
shall

make maximum use of ex
isting NRL software packages for
analyses
where appropriate.


Attachment 1

16

c)

I
n cases where existing
NRL software
packages are inadequate

for analyses
, the Contractor
shall

design, develop, and maintain additional software analytical packages to address specific
problem i
nvestigations.

d)

The Contractor
shall

develop and maintain databases for the efficient use of scientific data and
provide for information transfer to other software systems.

e)

The Contractor
shall

implement a software development process that will work in co
njunction
with each project’s configuration management system.
By default, NRL
will
be the
designated
site for configuration managed software
.

f)


The Contractor
shall

provide an effective mechanism to incorporate software changes during
development and opera
tional use.

3.4.1

Flight and Ground Software

a)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, fabricate, integrate, and test flight and ground software
for use on existing and new flight instrumentation, experimental payloads, and their GSE.

b)

The
Contractor
shall

develop

flight code
using high order languages (e.g., C/C++).

c)

The Contractor
shall

develop the root and follow
-
on code supporting high
-
performance
radiation
-
tolerant computer processor development, integration, and testing for flight
applications.

d)

The Contracot
r

shall

d
evelop new software systems
through extension or modification of
current software systems.

e)

The Contractor
shall

use
computer
-
aided software engineering (CASE) tools for
documentation to the extent practical.

3.4.2

Modeling and Simulation Software

NRL
investigators

are developing software to meet the broad needs of
the
DoD, national
programs, and
scientific space and near
-
space community for high
-
fidelity, physics
-
based
modeling and simulation. Among those efforts is

a vertically integrated software pa
ckage for
simulation of propagation of high energy radiation through matter for homeland security
applications

and terrestrial and space applications
. This system, SWORD, uses existing radiation
transport codes but supplies a graphical CAD
-
like system for

design of simulation scenarios, built
-
in simulation objects, detectors and radiation sources, and spectrum and image analysis
capabilities.

a)

The Contractor
shall

contribute to design, implementation, test and documentation of
modeling and simulation

code
,

and
to
product and user support for th
ose code
system
s
.

b)

T
he

Contractor
shall

contribute to

model development, simulation execution
,

and simulated
and actual
data analysis for specific
modeling and
simulation projects
, including SWORD and
related succes
sor systems
.

c)

The Contractor
shall

contribute to documentation, technical presentations, publications,
authoritative assessments, and evaluations

of results

of specific modeling and simulation
projects
.

d)

The Contractor
shall

contribute to the production of

training materials and
provide training to
designated personnel on the system’s operation and maintenance.


Attachment 1

17

3.4.3

Ground Data Analysis Software

NRL investigators are developing algorithms for extracting scientifically significant information
from large
remote s
ensing
and
in
-
situ
data sets and performing the theoretical analysis required for
interpretation of the resultant data. NRL theoretical modeling and research led to the design and
development of
space
-
flight
instrument
ion

to fly aboard
government, civilian
,
or university
sponsored

satellites. Operational Ground Data Analysis Software (GDAS) is under development to
provide comprehensive space environmental data to the
mission data centers.


a)

The Contractor
shall

design, develop, test and verify, qualify, and
install operational GDAS
based on the S
cientific

Algorithms.

b)

The Contractor
shall

use an object oriented analysis and programming development
methodology

to produce GDAS

as required to comply with the appropriate mission data
centers
.

c)

The Contractor

shal
l

develop GDAS software which is compatibile

with existing software
suites

as required
.

d)

The Contracotr
shall

explore a
lternative uses of the GDAS to meet other scientific

and
experimental payload needs
.

3.4.4

Mission Planning, Scheduling, and Display Software

a)

The Contractor
shall

develop planning and scheduling tools to support on
-
orbit operations of
and observations by scientific instruments.

b)

The Contractor
shall

develop planning and scheduling tools
generate

integrated schedules for
spaceflight viewing and
observations, space vehicle operations, and related communications
support.

c)

The Contractor
shall

develop planning and scheduling tools
provide a "quick
-
look" telemetry
data display capability for the designated mission.

d)

The Contractor
shall

develop plann
ing and scheduling tools
which are
easily tailored for new
applications by filling in database tables and generating a new user interface using
commercially available development tools.

e)

The Contractor
shall

develop planning and scheduling tools
which
prov
ide telemetry and data
displays.

f)

The Contractor
shall

develop planning and scheduling tools
to
support pre
-
launch test
operations and post
-
launch space vehicle and instrument engineering data trending
requirements.


3.5

Laboratory and Operations Support

3.5.1

Supp
ort Equipment

The development of ongoing and new instrumentation and experimental payloads requires the
capability to test and characterize their operation and performance under ambient and stressing
conditions.

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide the resources t
o design, develop, procure, fabricate, integrate,
and test S
upport Equipment

to support experimental payload checkout and verification.


Attachment 1

18

a.

Examples of Support equipment
may
include

, mechanical, thermal, optics (including
radiometrics and stray light), conta
mination, control, guidance, navigation, detector,
electrical, electronics, and software aspects of flight and ground systems




b)

The
Contractor
shall


design
S
upport Equipment

to
simulate all instrument or payload

to space
vehicle

interfaces
,

to the maximu
m extent practical within schedule and budget constraints.

c)

The Contractor
shall

design
S
upport Equipment

which is user friendly and compatibile

with
existing
S
upport Equipment

and common test equipment.

3.5.2

General Laboratory Support

a)

The Contractor
shall

des
ign, procure, fabricate, assemble, test, calibrate, and maintain
specialized equipment, facilities, instrumentation, support equipment, and other related
laboratory facilities used in the research and development of advanced analytical, engineering,
integr
ation, testing, and software for NRL projects and programs.

a.

These general laboratory support tasks include, but not be limited to, items supporting
instrument systems performance modeling; X
-
Ray, Ultra
-
violet, optical, and infrared
instrumentation; partic
le and field instrumentation; autonomous instrument systems;
advanced spectrographic concepts; sensor signal processing systems; signal
-
to
-
noise
analysis; calibration of advanced detectors in vacuum environments; signal sources;
radiometry; computational i
mage enhancement; science data formats; and science data
distribution.

3.5.3

Integration and Test Services

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide expertise, engineering test support, and supplies for the
integration
and test
of
payloads

for space flight.

b)

The Contractor
s
hall

modify payloads to correct flight specification deficiencies
.

c)

The Contractor
shall

support test activities, including environmental, electromagnetic
compatibility, shock and vibration, and Comprehensive Performance Testing.

d)

The Contractor
shall

prep
are test plans, test r
eports, and other documentation.

e)

The Contractor

shall

identify the steps

necessary to obtain
requisite
test
data.

f)

The Contractor
shall

perform experimental and developmental tests using both common and
mission
-
unique test equipment.

3.5.4

Calibration

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide
materials,
supplies
, and technical support

required to perform

s
pecial calibrations
of
ground and
space flight instruments and payloads
and reduce

the
resultant data sets.

b)

The Contractor
shall

document
instrumen
t and payload
calibration requirements

and results
.

c)

The Contractor
shall

develop, fabricate, install, and maintain high
-
vacuum calibration
chambers and related systems supporting the calibration of UV, solar irradiance, and similar
instruments.

3.5.5

Payload P
rocessing

a)

The Contractor
shall

provide engineering test support and supplies for the integration of flight
instruments and experimental payloads with the host vehicle
, for both pre and post launch.
.


Attachment 1

19

3.5.6

Mission Operations and Data Analysis

a)

The Contractor
sh
all

provide

mission planning, mission operations, and
gro
und operations
support
for scientific and experimental payloads
, making
u
se of existing mi
ssion operations
facilities and
processes.

b)

The Contractor
shall

develop

requirements

for

special communicatio
ns,

computer security,
tracking, and

near real
-
time ground support.

c)

The Contractor
shall

design
flight and ground system
s

to incorporate

low
-
cost operation

features
.


3.6

Mission Assurance

For all levels of flight hardware and software provided by the Contra
ctor, the NRL will establish
requirements for a mission assurance program commensurate with flight instrumentation and
experimental payload mission requirements. In all cases, these requirements will emphasize
verification by test at the subsystem and syst
em level.

a)

Electrical, Electromechanical, and Electronic (EEE) Parts: The Contractor
shall

implement a
cost effective, tailored electronics parts program that includes the selection, qualification,
acquisition, and correct application of electronic parts.

b)

Qua
lity Assurance: The Contractor
shall

implement
a quality assurance (QA) program which
include
s

policies
and
procedures that enhace quality during
the design, fabrication, test, and
delivery of flight instruments.

c)

Reliability Assurance: The Contractor
shall

implement

a reliability assurance designed to
preclude the propagation of failures across interfaces

and

to enha
nce
overall
flight hardware
reliability.

d)

Change Management: The Contractor
shall

implement a streamlined change management
process to
eval
uate, adjudicate, and

co
ntrol proposed

hardware and software changes
.

a.

The process should
include: (i) establishing an approved baseline configuration for
the software (definition), (ii) maintaining configuration control over all changes in the
baseline so
ftware (change control and processing), and (iii) providing traceability of
the software baselines and changes to these baselines (configuration accounting).

e)

Materials and Processes (M&P): The Contractor
shall

implement an M&P control program
for scientif
ic and experimental payloads

that

meets mission requirements
.

f)

Contamination Control: The Contractor
shall

implement a tailored Contamination Control
process to assure that flight hardware is not compromised due to molecular or particulate
contamination.

g)

Design Reviews: The Contractor
shall

support

a series of major reviews
[
Preliminary Design
Review (PDR), a Critical Design Review (CDR
), and a Pre
-
Ship Review (PSR)]
for all flight
electronics and GSE developed under this SOW.
This support may range from p
reparing
specific Powerpont slides to conducting the entire review.


Attachment 1

20

4

S
PECIAL
R
EQUIREMENTS

This section describes the special requirements for this effort. The following sub
-
sections provide
details of various considerations on this effort.

4.1

Security and Safe
ty Compliance


The Contractor
shall

comply with all NRL safety and security requirements with respect to all
Contractor employees located at NRL, including the NRL Occupational Safety and Health Manual,
5100.13C, and the NRL Security Manual, 5510.40D. The

Contractor
shall

establish the appropriate
measures to accomplish these requirements.



Some tasks the Contractor is to perform at NRL may be at the TS/SCI classification level. The
Contractor
shall

comply with NRL security guidelines in the generation an
d storage of classified
material. The PI of the task
shall

be responsible for providing appropriate storage (at NRL) of any
classified material generated under that task on
-
site at NRL.

4.2

Transition

The Contractor
shall

follow the transition plan submitted a
s part of the Contractor's Management
Plan and keep the Government fully informed of status throughout the transition period.

As applicable, this plan should describe the Contractor's transition in to service at the beginning of
the contract, and how work
would be transitioned to a different contractor or contract vehicle at the end
of the contract.

It should include a staffing and training plan for new personnel. The Contractor should
plan for the transfer of work control and information, addressing any s
ecurity issues, the transfer and
accountability of GFE, inspections and acceptance, and delineating the method for processing and
assigning tasks during the phase
-
in/phase
-
out periods.

The plan should address how the Contractor will
implement adequate me
asures to coordinate communications with the incumbent contractor and NRL
staff in order to ensure uninterrupted workflow and minimal mission impact during the transition
process.


5

D
ELIVERABLES

The contractor
shall

provide deliverables with the schedule an
d format as described in section 3.0
of this contract and outlined in the CDRL's listed below
.


CDRL
Indentifier

Name of
Report

Contents


Attachment 1

21

CDRL
Indentifier

Name of
Report

Contents

A001

Quarterly
Status Report
(QSR)

The QSR
shall

provide a brief narrative status of the technical process
and status
of each major task effort, any significant technical or project
-
specific problems, and the proposed resolution of the identified problem
areas. The QSR
shall

identify any items that have affected or will affect
schedule performance, cost, or task schedules
. The QSR
shall

provide a
status of materials, supplies, subcontracts, Government Furnished
Materials or Equipment (GFM/GFE), and Contract Data Requirements
List (CDRL) items for the duration of the effort. The reports
shall

be in
the Contractor’s format a
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Scientific and Technical
Reports
-
Elements, Organization, and Design.
Distribution of resultant
documents to the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)
shall

be
through NRL distribution channels.


Attachment 1

22

CDRL
Indentifier

Name of
Report

Contents

A005

Technical
Documentation

The Contractor
shall

provide Technical Documentation on COR request
that
shall

include: engineering logbooks, designs, schematics,
requirements documentation, procedures, systems blo
ck diagrams, field
integration documents, interface control documents, as
-
built drawings,
contamination, cleanliness, quality assurance, and test results.

A006

Software and
Hardware
Documentation

In
-
code documentation
shall

be provided for all software. T
he in
-
code
documentation
shall

include instructions for the user; in particular the
locations of needed data files. A separate User’s Guide
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Enclosure (1)


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