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NAWCAD Industry Day October 2022
October 12, 2022 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
NAWCAD INDUSTRY DAY
Wednesday, October 12, 2022 8:30am-11:30am
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[View the SAM.gov announcement here. View the NAWCAD LRAF 4QTR FY22 here.]
When you register, please indicate the groups you would like to meet with so we may gauge interest. (This does not guarantee you will be scheduled.
NOTE: Sign-ups for meet-ups with group leads will be posted on 5 Oct.
8:30-8:40am Welcome & Introductions
Ms. Bonnie Green, Executive Director, The Patuxent Partnership
Mr. Jeff Guarnero, Head, NAWCAD Procurement Group/CCO
Mr. Rick Tarr, Director, NAWCAD Tech Transfer Office; Director, SOMD Tech Bridge
8:40-9:10am NAWCAD Leadership Kick-Off
RDML John Dougherty, Commander, NAWCAD
9:10-9:40am Sources Sought Guide Updates [view the NAWCAD LRAF 4QTR FY22 here]
Ms. Kristen Ferro, NAWCAD Procurement Group Branch Head/PCO
GROUP LEADS PRESENTATIONS
9:50-10:05am Air Systems Group
Mr. William Reardon, SSTM, Executive Director, Air Systems Group
10:05-10:20am Mission Systems Group
Mr. Steve Wamsley, Chief of Staff, Mission Systems Group
10:20-10:35am Digital Analytics Infrastructure Technology Advancement (DAITA) Group
Mr. John Kriz, SSTM, Deputy Director, DAITA Group
Mr. Chris Beard, DAITA Group Acquisition Manager, NAWCAD
10:35-10:50am Systems Acquisition Group (SAG)
CAPT Daniel Fucito, Military Director, SAG
10:50-11:05am Webster Outlying Field (WOLF) (WOLF one-page overview)
Mr. Christian Utara, SSTM, Executive Director, NAWCAD WOLF
11:05-11:20am Naval Test Wing Atlantic (NTWL)
CAPT Elizabeth Somerville, Commodore, NTWL
11:20-11:30am Q&A / Closing
Mr. Jeff Guarnero, Head, NAWCAD Procurement Group/CCO
11:45-11:55am Session I: Meet-up with Group leads
12:00-12:10pm Session II: Meet-Up with Group Leads
12:15-12:25pm Session III: Meet Up with Group Leads
12:30-12:40pm Session IV: Meet-Up with Group Leads
12:45-12:55pm Session V: Meet-Up with Group Leads
**Please note – WOLF will have five tables available for meet-ups: ( Division Directors, Requirement Owners and Acquisition Leads will be present)
Table 1: NAWCAD WOLF Command Requirements:
1. Engineering, Prototyping, and Fabrication Shop (EPF): Provides full scale “Design for Manufacture” mechanical facilities support services to include engineering, prototyping, and fabrication efforts to assist in meeting diverse rapid response mission requirements.
2. Material Handling: Provide material handling receipt and distribution services to assist in meeting diverse rapid response mission requirements of NAWCAD WOLF.
Table 2: Airborne Systems Integration (ASI Division): The oLSI for airborne systems. Rapidly develops, evaluates, demonstrates, integrates, fields, and transitions airborne systems, datalink systems, and advanced technologies to meet warfighter needs.
1.Multi-Mission Data Link (MMDL): Provide technical, engineering, integration, test, and acquisition services for the Light Airborne Multipurpose System (LAMPS) MK III, similar data links, and digital voice logging recorders, as well as Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems and collision avoidance systems.
Table 3: Ship & Air Integrated Warfare (SAIW) Division: Develops, integrates, and installs interoperable warfighting capabilities, including C4ISR, combat systems, information systems, and mission systems onboard ships, both manned and unmanned aircraft, and at shore stations that enable the warfighter to fight and win.
1. Technical Engineering Services (TES): Provide advanced research and development support, engineering and technical support, quality management support, cybersecurity services, and technology management support of final end item products. Engineering and technical services may be applied to: military and commercial radio communication systems, information and computer network systems, Command and Control systems, automatic identification technical systems, integrated document management systems, multimedia systems, embedded and stand-alone sensors systems, unmanned aerial systems, and cybersecurity.
2. Mission Systems Engineering (MSE): Provide requirements definition, emerging technologies identification, rapid design engineering, drawing package support, development, customization, manufacturing, fabrication, integration, Test & Evaluation (T&E), installation, certification, maintenance/upgrade, logistics, software development and In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) activities of new and/or existing shipboard, surface, ground-based, and airborne systems.
3. Communication Systems Integration Support (CSIS): Provides local integration support, advanced research and development support, engineering and technical support, logistical and quality management support, and technical management support of final end item products supporting PEO Ships, NAVSEA, NAVAIR, PEO C4I, and other Federal agencies in C4I programs.
Table 4: Special Communications Mission Solutions (SCMS) Division: Develops and delivers C4ISR solutions to the warfighter in the areas of joint intelligence systems, crisis response and interoperability communication, mobile/ deployable C4 integration, network engineering and operations centers, and executive leadership communications and platform applications.
1. Crisis Response & Interoperable C4 Systems (CRIC): Provide services to develop full range of CRIC-ES solutions and products to facilitate communications and knowledge transfer at crisis locations worldwide.
2. Special Operations Forces (SOF) C4 Mission Solutions Procurement: Rapid design, fabrication, installation, and fielding of SOF C4ISR systems and capability enhancements via technologically derived solutions. Requirements refinement, design, testing, integration, prototyping, training, fielding, and programmatic support. Specifically: Technical Engineering Installation and Testing; Interoperable and SOF unique technology and communications systems. Transition of SOF unique C4ISR technologies to general services.
3. Deployed Mission Systems (DMS): Provide technical, engineering, operations and maintenance support for forward deployed mission OCONUS fielded C-E equipment/systems and subsystems supporting OCONUS military units and operations.
Table 5: Air Traffic Control & Landing Systems (ATC&LS) Division: Provides cradle-to-grave support for ATC&LS in military operational environments. Division has operated as the Center of Excellence for over 40 years. The oLSI on ACAT and non-ACAT ATC&LS programs while providing quick and agile prototyping solutions to respond to urgent needs and requirements.
1. ATC&LS Operations Onboard Navy Ship and Shore Based Sites (AOOSS): Provides technical and engineering services for various systems and subsystems such as: Fleet Support Services; Equipment Improvement Program Services; Technical Support Services; ATC&LS Software Support; Test Bed Services; Repair, Fabrication, & Restoration Services; and ATC&LS Training Services.
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