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ATT 1 C-CDID IDIQ Industry Day - MICC and Requirements Overview.pdf

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UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDSOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104Industry Day forCyber Capability Development Integration Directorate (CDID) IDIQChristina CrawleyContracting OfficerMICC Fort Eustis, VA UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDIntroductionDue to COVID-19, a traditional Industry Day will not be held. This information is intended to take the place of a traditional Industry Day.It is still the Government’s intent to maximize industry participation and engagement to the maximum extent practicable.Encourage industry to interact with one another and submit responses in accordance with the sources sought notice.Questions will be accepted and answered in BetaSAM. Please use the Q&A template provided with this notice in order to streamline and organize questions. 2 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDIntroduction, continuedBe sure to notify the three individuals on the sources sought notice if you DO NOT WISH to be included on the “attendee” sheet that will be posted with this notice. Another BetaSAMposting will be issued with:•Attendees•Answers to Industry’s Questions Please ‘Follow’ the notice on BetaSAMin order to receive updates. SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE Responses due by 10 am on Friday, May 1, 2020.3 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDIndustry Day DisclaimerThe information provided in this notice is subject to change. The PWS has been marked with a DRAFT watermark and may change upon requirement development. The answers that will be provided reflect things as we know them at that time. Information and details may change as the acquisition process moves forward.Participation is not mandatory in order to participate in future notices and does not confer preference for contract award.4SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDWhat We Need From IndustryYour continued support of the dialogue between Government and Industry on this acquisition.Comments/suggestions/questions on this requirement to include the draft PWS5SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDConceptual Business ArrangementWe are currently conducting market research so no decisions have been finalized. NAICS: 541330, Engineering Services Multiple Award IDIQ•Firm-Fixed-Price task orders•5-year ordering periodBest Value Trade-off Source Selection•Criteria is still being developed6SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDAnticipated Milestones7**Forecasted dates as of April 13, 2020. These dates are subject to change.**SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104MilestoneDateIssue DraftRFP18 May 2020Issue Solicitation16 June 2020Receive Proposals20 July 2020Start Proposal Evaluations 21 July 2020Award Contract28 January2021 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDMICC Points of ContactChristina CrawleyContracting Officer*christina.m.crawley.civ@mail.milLuis TorresContract Specialist*luis.j.torres.civ@mail.milNicCicoliniContract Specialist*nicola.cicolini2.civ@mail.milEric ClaudSmall Business Professionaleric.d.claud.civ@mail.mil*The Contracting Officer and Contract Specialists are the primary points of contact regarding this requirement.*8SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE-SEE FAR 2.101 AND 3.104 UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDEnd9 UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:06 AMUNCLASSIFIEDRequirement Overview:Cyberspace, Electronic Warfare, Signal, and Information Related Capabilities Modernization Support to the Cyber Center of Excellence UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:06 AMUNCLASSIFIEDMission:On behalf of the Force Modernization Proponent for Cyberspace Operations, Signal Communications, Electronic Warfare (and Information Operations), CDID develops, evaluates, integrates and communicates concepts, requirementsand solutionsacross DOTMLPF-P, Warfighting functions and formations to improve our Army and ensure the combat effectiveness of the future force.Major PartnersAFC/Futures and Concepts Center (FCC)TRADOC/Combined Arms Center (CAC) FORSCOMARCYBERINSCOMUSASOCICoE, FCoE, AVCoE, MCoE,SMDC CoENetwork & PNT CFTsCCDCArmy Staff (G2, G3/5/7, G8, & G6)PEOs: C3T, EIS, IEWS, STRIOCAR & NGBUS Cyber CommandKey FunctionsDO  T  M  L  P  F  ‐PSIGNAL, CYBER, EW, Information3Cyber CDID (C-CDID) OverviewPriorityDevelop and Deliver Integrated Cyber, Signal, EW, and Information Capability to the Force.Cyber CDID is a matrixed organization assigned to Futures and Concepts Center, Army Futures Command with general support to Cyber Center of Excellence, Training and Doctrine Command. UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:07 AMUNCLASSIFIED4 UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:09 AMUNCLASSIFIED5 UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:11 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:6•5.1.1 –5.1.9 Contract Program Management and coordination•Program Manager POC•Meetings, Reports, Admin•5.1.10 Knowledge Management Support •5.1.11 Document and Program Effort Tracking•5.1.12 Operations Assistance•5.1.13 Information Technology/Information Security Support•5.1.14 Visitor Access Control•5.1.15 Property Inventory, Maintenance, and Life Cycle Replacement •5.1.16 Cyber Security & Information Assurance•5.1.17 Digital Graphics Design•Clearance:•Secret clearance required for all 5.1 tasks •TS/SCI is required for tasks 5.1.13, 5.1.14, and 5.1.16•Primary Work Location:US Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CoE), Fort Gordon, Georgia•Travel: Limited travel (less than 5%) is required for 5.1 tasks.•Task 5.1 Operations, Administration, and Program Management is maintaining essential processes and infrastructure for the Cyber CDID.•Certifications are key with regard to Security, IT, etc. per DoDI8570 UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:11 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:7•5.2.1 Support to capability evaluations, assessment, exercises, risk reduction, and test events•5.2.2 & 5.2.3 Ensure all assigned DOTMLPF capabilities meet operational requirements•5.2.4 Develop and review critical drivers for experimentation / assessments •5.2.5 Support development of System Engineering Plans and Test and Evaluation Management Plans •5.2.6 Support Modeling and Simulation•5.2.7 Support Experimentation Execution•5.2.8 Regional Hub Node –Experimentation (RHN-E) and Battle LabCollaborative Simulation Environnent (BLCSE) Support•Clearance:•Secret clearance required for all 5.2 tasks •TS/SCI is required for 90% of 5.2 tasks•Primary Work Location:US Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CoE), Fort Gordon, Georgia•Travel: •Moderate Travel (up to 25%) is required for 5.2 tasks.•Task 5.2 Supports the Cyber Battle Lab execute analysis, modeling and simulation, evaluations, exercises, assessments to inform and validate capability requirements.•Certifications are key with regard to Security, IT, etc. per DoDI8570 UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:12 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:8•5.3.1 Support the development of new Army and Joint Concept Documents•5.3.2 Develop written products such as studies, white papers, and concepts of operations (CONOPS)•5.3.3 Develop multi-threat, multi-force operational scenarios/vignettes •Clearance:•Secret clearance required for all 5.3 tasks •TS/SCI is required for task 5.3.3 & 50% of 5.3.2•Primary Work Location:US Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CoE), Fort Gordon, Georgia•Travel: Moderate Travel (up to 25%) is required for 5.3 tasks.•Task 5.3 Concept Development provides strategy based foundation for capability analysis, experimentation, evaluation, and modernization.•Strategic understanding of Army capabilities and operations are key UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:12 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:9•5.4.1 Support planning for Signal, Cyberspace Operations, Electronic Warfare, and/or Information capabilities, programs, projects, and systems •5.4.2 Develop requirement documents and products•5.4.3 Support Integrated Capabilities Development Teams (ICDT), Cross Functional Teams (CFTs)•5.4.4 Support to architectural documents and products•5.4.5 Research and monitor emerging technologies •Clearance:•Secret clearance required for all 5.4 tasks •TS/SCI is required for 50% of 5.4 tasks•Primary Work Location:US Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CoE), Fort Gordon, Georgia•Travel: Moderate Travel (up to 25%) is required for 5.3 tasks.•Task 5.4 Requirements Development synthesizes analysis and evaluations to develop, validate operational requirements for DOTMLPF solutions.•Unique skills are needed for Signal, Cyberspace Operations, Electronic Warfare, and Information requirement development UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:12 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:10•5.5.1 Provide on-site dedicated support including technical and analytical expertise in Signal/Communication Networks & Information Services (e.g. combat-net radio, software defined radio systems, network transport, information systems and services, telecommunications, communications security, transmissions security, network operations), Cyberspace Operations (e.g. Offensive Cyberspace Operations, Defensive Cyberspace Operations, and Cyberspace Situational Understanding), Electronic Warfare (e.g. Electronic Attack, Electronic Protection, and Operations in the Information Environment.•Clearance:•Secret clearance required for all 5.5 tasks •TS/SCI is required for 50% of 5.5 tasks•Primary Work Location:US Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CoE), Fort Gordon, Georgia•Travel: Limited travel (less than 5%) is required for 5.5 tasks.•Task 5.5 Analytical Support is a critical enabler to all Cyber CDID tasks UNCLASSIFIEDAs of: 4/13/2020 11:08:13 AMUNCLASSIFIEDTasks:Clearance, Work Location, & Travel:Key Take Aways:11•5.6.1 Assess capability gaps in systems/force structure to identify required DOTMLPF changes•5.6.2 Provide subject matter expertise for operational and other testing events •5.6.3 Provide input to … Show All