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AIE-Next Industry Day - Brief (FINAL) - 23JUN22 (v2).pdf

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Automated Installation Entry (AIE)-Next Industry Day
Product Manager Force Protection Systems

Thursday, 23 June 2022

CPT Stephen Loman
Assistant Product Manager, AIE
703-704-3294
stephen.j.loman.mil@army.mil

Danny Lester
ACC-Belvoir Contracting Officer
703-704-0818
danny.w.lester.civ@army.mil

Brian Petchel
ACC-Belvoir Contract Specialist
757-803-7554
brian.k.petchel.civ@army.mil

Ground Rules / Administrative Information

The briefing is for informational purposes only – the AIE-Next RFP governs
requirements

All participants will be muted during the duration of the presentation

No recording

No video/webcam feeds (to conserve bandwidth)

• Questions regarding today’s presentation should be submitted via the instructions found on

Slide #4

The Government will post answers to all questions received regarding the Draft RFP and
during the Industry Day presentation / one-on-one discussions to SAM.gov

Contracting Officer is the focal point for the exchange of any information; for Contracting
Officer contact information see Slide #5

Contracting Officer will lead One-on-One meetings with Offerors

• One-on-One discussions will take place following this briefing; see Slide #30 for more

information

TIME
(EST)

BRIEFER

EVENT

Agenda

Welcome / Ground Rules
Administrative Information
Agenda
Opening Comments
Coordinating Instructions
Introductions
Purpose

0800 - 0815

PM FPS
APM, AIE

0815 - 0830

APM, AIE

AIE Program Overview

0830 - 0855

Contract Overview

0855 - 0900

APM, AIE

Closing Comments

Opening Comments

LTC Curtis E. Brooker
Product Manager Force Protection Systems
Fort Belvoir, VA

Question Submission

Please submit all questions to: https://www.sli.do/
(Participant code: #2779710)

QR Code:

The Government will stop accepting questions regarding this Industry
Day presentation via Slido at 1700 (EST) today, 23 June 2022

Contracting Officer (KO) – Contact Information

Contracting Officer
Danny Lester
ACC-Belvoir Contracting Officer
703-704-0818
danny.w.lester.civ@army.mil

Contracting Specialist
Brian Petchel
ACC-Belvoir Contract Specialist
703-704-1275
brian.k.petchel.civ@army.mil

All communications, questions, and requests for information (RFI) will be
sent to the Contracting Officer and carbon copy to the Contracting Specialist

Introductions

Product Manager
Force Protection Systems (PM FPS)

Army Contracting Command – APG – Belvoir

Danny Lester, Contracting Officer
danny.w.lester.civ@army.mil
703-704-0818

Brian Petchel, Contracting Specialist
brian.k.petchel.civ@army.mil
703-704-1275

Army Materiel Command Legal – APG – Belvoir

David Machado
david.a.Machado.civ@army.mil
703-704-3857

LTC Curtis Brooker, PM FPS
curtis.e.brooker.mil@army.mil
703-704-2416

Joseph Wieland, DPM FPS
joseph.m.wieland.civ@army.mil
703-704-2416

Michael Doney, PO IPSS
michael.v.doney.civ@army.mil
703-704-1422

CPT Stephen Loman, APM, AIE / APO IPSS
stephen.j.loman.mil@army.mil
703-704-3294

Stacy Stickney, SAM, AIE
stacy.e.stickney.civ@army.mil
703-704-2589

AIE-Next Industry Day – Purpose

• The purpose of the AIE-Next Industry Day is two-fold:

o First, it informs Industry of the Government’s intent to procure the insertion of
Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) technology for previously fielded AIE systems,
AIE system deployment to new CONUS and OCONUS Installations, first-year
Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), and optional CLS support beyond the first
year (to include previously fielded AIE systems).

o Secondly, this event affords the Government the opportunity to elicit Industry

feedback and recommendations for improving the AIE-Next solicitation.

AIE Program Overview

AIE Program Overview

Assistant Product Manager (APM), AIE
CPT Stephen Loman
PM Force Protection Systems
703-704-3294
stephen.j.loman.mil@army.mil

AIE Program Overview

• AIE background information:

o US Army Defense Business System Category (BCAT) II program

o Program Management Office (PMO) – PM FPS; headquartered at

Fort Belvoir, VA

o Functional Sponsor – US Army Provost Marshall General (PMG);

Physical Security Division (PSD); located in the Pentagon

o Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) – PEO Intelligence Electronic
Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S); headquartered at Aberdeen Proving
Ground, MD

• Currently fielded 81 of 98 Installations

• AIE was first procured in December 2008 (AIE-1)

• Program is currently on its third iteration (AIE-3)

AIE Program Objectives

• Goal: to achieve an AIE Defense Business System (DBS) based on the AIE
Capability Requirements Document (CRD) (Part 2) and other strategic Army
guidance.

• Objectives:

o Maintain policy compliance for Initial and Continuous Security Vetting
o Improve Traffic and Visitor Ease of Access while Maintaining Security
o Develop Return on Investment:

– Installation-Level = Manpower reductions/repurpose via technology; increased

throughput with enhanced security capabilities

– Program-Level = Life cycle cost reductions via continuous business process

improvement

– Replace and off-ramp non-enterprise, non-compliant systems (non-AIE)

• Desired End-State: an Electronic Physical Access Control System that meets

PMG requirements and has a supporting contract structure that addresses three
key areas: System Deployment/Technology Refresh Efforts; Technology
Insertion; and Software Integration/Sustainment.

AIE-Next Objectives

• AIE-Next supports the Capability Support phase of the Defense Business

System (DBS), Business Capability Acquisition Cycle (BCAC).

• The technology management approach is to maintain and build upon
current capabilities and implement improved data analysis and modeling
capabilities.

• Field AIE-Next up to 92 new Installations (CONUS and OCONUS).

• The AIE PMO plans to execute Delivery Orders for the insertion of two

major capabilities:

1) Biometric Facial Recognition (30 planned Installations)
2) Enhanced Security Pedestrian Gates (30 planned Installations)

AIE System Capabilities View

Visitor Control Center
(VCC)

Registration Workstation

Local

State Police

• Local and State Warrants
• Local Rap Sheets
• Local DMV DL Status and

Photo (~37 States)
National Law Enforcement
Telecommunications
System (NLETS)
DATA CENTER

• NCIC III Federal Criminal History
• 50 States Criminal History,
DMV DL Status and Photo
(~37 States)

• Known or Suspected Terrorist List

KIOSK

• Identity Proofing
• Vetting NCIC III
• IMESA Registration

AIE Cloud

Enterprise Data Center

Server

Local
Database

Joint
Regional
Security
Stack
Local

Network EnterpriseCenter

On-Line Visitor
Registration
Personal PC

RFID Express Lane

Vehicle Lane

Defense Manpower
Data Center
Identity Matching
Engine for Security
Analysis (IMESA)

• Continuous Vetting
• Federal Wants &

Warrants, Debarments,
BOLO, TSDB
• DEERS ID Status
• Track Local Population

IMESA Returns PII
Data and known
Security Alerts
(BA, WA, TS, etc…)

In-Lane Crossmatch National
Law Enforcement
Telecommunications Systems
(Nlets) activated handhelds
support full vetting and
registration at designated lanes

Scan Results and Alerts
Sent Direct to Handheld

AIE-Next Operational View (OV-1)

NCIC III

Cloud
Services

Visitor Control Center

IMESA

Enabling
Technologies

Initial
Vetting

Pedestrian
Continuous
Vetting

Tier 1

Tier 2

Remote ACP
Cellular Wireless

Biometric Recognition

Cell
Tower

Future

Registration Kiosk

Online
Registration

Home Computer

*Note: next generation of AIE systems will include Biometric Facial Recognition and Enhanced Security Pedestrian Gates

AIE – Access Control Scenarios

DISA Cloud

UNREGISTERED VISITOR LANE

REGISTERED PERSONNEL LANE
GO
RFID

• Family arrives to
attend graduation
but didn’t register in
advance. Handheld
scan DL and collect
additional
information to
register (Name,
Photo, SSN, and
DoB)

• Automated NCIC III
vetting Returns Go / No-
Go decision only

• Trusted Traveler CAC/Teslin use

Express Lane

• Taxi/Uber/Lyft driver registered via
the web and transports CAC holder
passenger onto Installation. Non
CAC/teslin passenger dropped at VCC

• CAC, Teslin, DBIDS Card holders use

RFID Express Lane

• Visitors registered online use regular
lanes with DL or printed visitor pass

• VCC Kiosk Registration

• Guard adjudicates NO-GOs
on NCIC Terminal or Patrol
does the same

VISITOR CONTROL CENTER

Visitor WEB registration

Contract Overview

Contracting Officer
Danny Lester
ACC-Belvoir Contracting Officer
703-704-0818
danny.w.lester.civ@army.mil

RFP Overview

• Award – Single award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)

• Contract Type:

o Firm-Fixed Price (FFP); Full and Open Competition
o Six-year Period of Performance (PoP)

• Ceiling – $293M

• Award Schedule (Target Dates):

o Issue RFP
o Questions due from Offerors
o Proposals Due
o Projected Award

Tuesday, 6 September 2022
Tuesday, 20 September 2022
Tuesday, 18 October 2022
September 2023

• Fieldings – Delivery Orders (DO) will be awarded for Installation site survey, site design,
hardware/software acquisition, integration, fielding, cybersecurity, and CLS/Warranty
support

RFP Overview (continued)

• RFP Number: W909MY-22-R-G008

• Draft RFP has been posted to SAM.gov

https://sam.gov/opp/894a9121f79d49a69263dd06c8bb60a4/view

• Period of Performance (PoP): 72 months / 6 years

o Base Period – 24 months
o Option Year 1 – 12 months
o Option Year 2 – 12 months
o Option Year 3 – 12 months
o Option Year 4 – 12 months

1) Technical
2) Price / Cost
3) Past Performance
4) Small Business Participation

• Award based on best overall proposal (i.e., best value), four (4) evaluation factors:

RFP Overview (continued)

• Award will be made to the single responsible Offeror whose offer is determined to

be the most beneficial to the Gover