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STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)/PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

C-130T AVIONICS OBSOLESENCE UPGRADE (AOU) PROGRAM

25 October 2010

Table of Contents

1SCOPE1

1.1Identification1

1.2System Overview1

1.3Scope of Effort2

2REFERENCES4

3MANAGEMENT7

3.1Program Management7

3.2Monthly Status Report7

3.3Contractor Integrated Performance Management.7

3.4Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)8

3.5Risk Management Plan8

3.6Meetings and Reviews8

3.7Program Management Reviews (PMRs)8

3.8Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs).9

3.9Subcontract Management9

4ENGINEERING9

4.1System Engineering9

4.1.1Design Objectives and Processes9

4.1.2Standards10

4.1.3System Engineering Management Plan (SEMP)10

4.1.4System/Subsystem Specification (SSS)10

4.1.5Contractor Design Documentation10

4.1.6Requirements Verification Matrix (RVM)12

4.1.7Required Navigation Performance (RNP) Analysis Report12

4.1.8System Safety12

4.1.9HAZMAT Management Program (HMMP)15

4.1.10Communications Security (COMSEC) Plan15

4.1.11Obsolescence Management Plan15

4.1.12Configuration Management15

4.1.13Data Management15

4.1.14Mission Data Format16

4.1.15Data Accession List (DAL)16

4.1.16Human Engineering16

4.2Software Engineering17

4.2.1Software Management and Planning17

4.2.2Software Safety17

4.2.3Open Systems Architecture19

4.2.4Capability Maturity Model Integration22

4.2.5Information Assurance22

4.2.6Software Incremental Deliveries22

4.2.7Software Qualification23

4.2.8Software Transition Planning24

4.3Configuration Control24

4.3.1Baseline Versions24

4.3.2Configuration Control Board Meetings24

4.3.2Trouble Reports25

4.4Design Reviews25

4.4.1Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs)25

4.4.2System Requirements Review (SRR)25

4.4.3System Functional Review (SFR)27

4.4.4Preliminary Design Review (PDR)28

4.4.5Critical Design Review (CDR)32

4.4.6Integration Readiness Review (IRR)34

4.4.7Test Readiness Review (TRR)36

4.4.8Flight Readiness Review (FRR)37

5SYSTEM TEST AND INTEGRATION39

5.1Integrated Master Test Plan39

5.2Test and Evaluation39

5.2.1System Verification39

5.2.2Software Verification39

5.2.3System Testing40

5.2.4System Integration Lab (SIL)40

5.2.5Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) Documentation41

5.2.6Environmental Qualification Testing43

5.2.7Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3)43

5.2.8Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Integration and Analysis Report (DI-EMCS-81540A)44

5.2.9Electrical Power Compatibility45

5.3Airworthiness Certification45

5.4Integration and Test Support46

5.4.1Integration Testing and Flight Test Support46

5.4.2Documentation Access47

5.5Logistics47

5.5.1Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP)47

5.5.2Support and Test Equipment (SE)47

5.5.3Maintenance Planning48

5.5.4Computer Resource Support48

5.5.5Supply Support48

5.5.6Facilities48

5.5.7Training48

5.5.8Packaging, Handling, Shipping, &Transport (PHS&T)49

5.5.9Publications and Source Data49

5.5.10Government Furnished Information (GFI)50

5.5.11Item Unique Identification and Valuation50

5.5.12Request for Nomenclature51

APPENDIX A: CDRL LIST1

APPENDIX B: AOU CAPABILITIES LIST1

APPENDIX C: PROGRAM SCHEDULE1

APPENDIX D: ACRONYM LIST1

SCOPE

Identification

This Statement of Work (SOW) defines the responsibilities and tasks to be performed by the Contractor for the integration, test and support to the United States Navy (USN) C-130T Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade (AOU) Program. The need for a modernized, cost-effective, and reliable worldwide airlift mission capability is a long recognized and thoroughly documented requirement. To effectively meet the Combatant Commander’s worldwide airlift mission needs, we will improve our war fighting capability by upgrading, replacing, and adding additional systems to our US Navy C-130T fleet of aircraft under the AOU Program. The US Navy C-130T provides worldwide medium lift capability and will continue to operate in this role. Aircraft component obsolescence is an emerging threat in maintaining the medium lift capability the C-130T provides. Significant upgrades to the C-130T are also necessary to comply with mandated changes in worldwide air traffic management. Additionally, there are advances in safety equipment mandated for troop transport aircraft applicable to the C-130T to include collision avoidance, terrain avoidance, data recording and flight station alerting functionality that are required. To address these concerns, a significant avionics upgrade program is needed for the C-130T to provide reliable flight instruments, improved communications, navigation and surveillance functionality, improved safety-of-flight capabilities and industry standard cockpit features.

To accomplish this upgrade, the avionics and software integration solution will reuse necessary existing aircraft systems where specified, reduce total lifecycle costs and specific item obsolescence through the leveraging of existing cockpit modernization programs, fielded solutions and proven technology.

As identified in the USN Acquisition Strategy for the C-130T Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade (AOU), the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Program Manager Air 209 (PMA209) Air Combat Electronics will perform the role of lead systems integrator for the project’s non-recurring engineering (NRE).

System Overview

The C-130T aircraft will operate worldwide and fly in civil and military airspace. In order to ensure safe separation of military and civil air traffic and adherence to air traffic control clearances, the C-130T AOU modified aircraft will include obsolescence upgrades and integration of the following:

Required Navigation Performance for Area Navigation (RNP RNAV)

Mode Select (Mode S) – elementary and enhanced surveillance

Mode 5 Level 2

8.33 kHz VHF Channel Spacing

Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance (TCAS)

Enhanced Terrain Awareness Warning (Predictive)

Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B)

Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS)

Multifunction Display System

Flight Management System

Air Traffic Management (ATM) Data Link

Digital Map

The system will also have growth capability to meet the following future requirements.

Joint Precision Approach Landing System (JPALS)

Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)

Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS)

This document uses the following definitions:

SHALL: Indicates a requirement. An approved design should comply with every requirement, which can be assured by inspection, test, analysis or demonstration.

Will: Denotes a capability that is a surety or a fact.

Should: Denotes a recommendation that would improve the equipment, but does not constitute a requirement.

Scope of Effort

In execution of this contract, the Contractor, as an avionics and software integrator, will provide hardware and software solutions to increase flight crew situational awareness, productivity and safety through the modernization of the C-130T's communication suite, flight management system, cockpit displays and navigation computers with an integrated, open system architecture solution capable of future system and software growth. The avionics and software integrator will provide the flight management system, cockpit displays and system software solutions that will integrate with new installation and legacy avionics systems. The government will specify and furnish a "B-Kit" of systems which will include, but not be limited to, the following replacement systems; color weather radar, Ultra High Frequency/Very High Frequency and High Frequency (UHF/VHF/HF) radios, Embedded Global Positioning System (GPS) Inertial Navigation System (INS) (EGI), Protected Instrument Landing System (P-ILS), and Standby Instruments to be incorporated into the contractor's avionics and software integration solution.

The Contractor will be responsible for providing, as CFE, the Flight Management System (FMS) and other avionics components as identified in Appendix B for Government level laboratory and aircraft testing. The Contractor will be responsible for procuring all necessary avionics components to fulfill their SIL requirements. The FMS will consist of processors, control units, software and displays to support the overall operation of the AOU system. In addition, the Contractor will be responsible for:

Initial Integration; system level SIL test and system test of AOU components

Support of Government level laboratory and aircraft testing

Support high-level and A-KIT design architectures

Provide program documentation in accordance with AOU CDRL

Support to AOU program management, technical, logistic, and testing meetings, reviews, and boards

The Contractor will adhere to schedule constraints as identified in Appendix C. The design, integration, and test period will span from Contract Award through the end of FY14. The scope of this effort includes all efforts from Kickoff through completion of the Design and Integration of the Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade (AOU) to include: PROTO/VAL, VER aircraft, and two production aircraft.

The Contractor will be responsible for overall AOU system safety and safety analysis.

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