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Experience Summary

The J5 Systems Team has the technical capabilities to perform on this contract in All Zones (1 thru 7). Our combined capability and performance within the past 3 years as well as on-going contracts as both prime and subcontractor demonstrate our technical depth and breadth across the functional areas described in the statement of work and in all mission areas. The J5 Team has the labor mix that is multi-disciplinary and staffed for outstanding performance in each of the J5 Team proposed functional areas. J5 Team has significant technical experience in supporting customers in the identified mission areas in all area zones. Some of the more significant programs and projects referenced in our Table A within the functional areas are described below. Our depth and breadth is summarized in the depth and breadth matrix at the end of this section.

J5 TEAM PAST PERFORMANCE SUMMARY

 

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ZONE 7

3.1 R&D Support

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X

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3.2 Engineering Support

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X

X

X

X

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X

3.3 Modeling

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X

X

X

X

X

X

3.4 Prototyping

X

X

X

X

X

X

3.5 System Des Doc/Tech Data

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X

X

X

X

X

X

3.6 Software

X

X

X

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X

3.7 RM&A

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X

X

X

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3.8 HF Engineering Support

X

X

X

X

X

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3.9 System Safety

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

3.10 CM Support

X

X

X

X

X

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X

3.11 QA Support

X

X

X

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X

X

3.12 IS / IA / IT

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X

X

X

X

X

X

3.13 Ship Inactivation/Disposal

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

3.14 Interoperability/T&E/ Trials

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X

X

X

X

X

X

3.15 Measure Facilities / Ranges

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X

X

X

X

X

3.16 Acquisition Logistics

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X

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X

X

3.17 Supply & Provisioning

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X

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X

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X

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3.18 Training

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X

3.19 In-Service Eng

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3.20 Program Support

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X

3.21 Administrative Support

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3.22 Public Affairs & Multimedia

Research and Development (R&D) Support (3.1)

The J5 Team used R&D techniques in the analyses, recommendations, and implementation of upgrades to improve the data reduction, analysis, and test data presentation to reduce soldier battlefield vulnerability for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS). We developed the open architecture requirements for future ship systems for the DD(X), and performed requirements engineering and analysis for the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense. We performed R&D in the development of the Concept of Operations for the Land Attack Warfare, Tactical Tomahawk, DD(X), and Littoral Combat Ship. We assessed DoD models, simulators, stimulators, emulators, system and subsystem requirements for inclusion into JSIMS and developed the C4I Support Plan . We developed and integrated a software segment for the Expeditionary Warfare Decision Support System, which provides amphibious operations support planning in the littoral areas. NSWC Crane and J5 Team member proposed the swimmer detection feature into IROS3 XE. We used ten years of DARPA, JPL, and ARL R&D experience in the Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) to support NSWC Crane's nanotechnology applications in anti-tamper, smart fuses, safety and arming, micro power sources (batteries), RF devices, and failure detection systems. Since 1997, J5 Team member has performed systems research, analysis, systems engineering, and development for the JCC (X) Mission Package. We performed research, analysis, studies, assessments of system requirements, concepts formulation and evaluation, planning and design. We employed nonlinear dynamics and stochastic resonance processing to enhance theoretical and operational performance of electromagnetic sensor designs, electro-magnetic noise reduction and signal extraction processing, and multi-element acoustic array target detection performance. We supported R&D for the ONI ACINT 21 toolsets from MSSD.

Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support (3.2)

The J5 Team is currently providing system engineering to DISA & ONI to field a Multi-Level Secure (MLS) and Cross Domain Solution (CDS) in GCCS-I3. We developed the engineering designs for CDS operational requirements for tracks, imagery, and intelligence at CENTCOM. The J5 Team performed the Engineering Site Survey and developed the Implementation Plan for surveillance and communications, and interoperability enhancements at USCG Vessel Traffic Service Puget Sound. The J5 Team member developed enabling technologies for the US Navy such as transitioning shipboard HM&E technologies from R&D, to shipboard installation and checkout. The J5 Team works with Mine Warfare Environmental Decision Aid Library (MEDAL), which integrates the models and algorithms developed by NSWC Panama City into GCCS. This was extended to the Joint Countermine Application (JCA) for very shallow water/surf zone and inland operations. We have provided Network Project Management and Base Network Operations Management at Naval Air Warfare Center; Naval Strike Air Warfare Center & NAS, Fallon; USPACOM; COMPACFLT. We performed NMCI coordination, integration and design, development and installation tasks using existing and new infrastructure, and developed new NMCI warfighting capabilities and systems. NSWC Crane and the J5 Team members developed a joint proposal for swimmer detection capability to NSWC Crane's IROS3 XE. We used ten years of DARPA, JPL, and ARL R&D experience in the MEMS to support NSWC Crane's nanotechnology applications in anti-tamper devices, smart fuses, safety and arming devices, micro power sources (batteries), RF devices, and failure detection systems. Using in-house rapid prototyping resources, J5 Team member designed, built, tested and fielded a Mobile C2 system for USMC (1MEF) as its tactical C2 center. We supported NSWC Port Hueneme for the Standard Missile Program by providing in-service engineering, test and evaluation of missile system components; and developed technical documentation, designed and built test sets and prototypes.

Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support (3.3)

The J5 Team designed, developed, integrated and installed the Integrated Survey System (ISS-60) software required to support the operational functions of the onboard Mission Equipment System for the Navy's T-AGS class oceanographic survey ships. We provided systems analysis and engineering support to the Air Combat Test and Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) Warfare Simulation Branch.   At Dam Neck, Fleet Forces Command N7, our team determined the Battle Group C4I/Combat Systems Modeling and Simulation (M&S) architecture and provided the Virtual At-Sea Training (VAST) and Integrated Maritime Portable Acoustic Scoring System (IMPASS) evaluations. We designed, prototyped, fabricated, tested, integrated and installed the replacement Peripheral Emulation Systems (PES) for the AN/UYH-3, RD-358, AN/USQ-69, TT-624, OJ-172 (DEAC), and AN/UYK-7 systems. We prototyped the Command Table for Ship Self Defense System (SSDS). We assessed DoD models, simulators, stimulators, emulators system and subsystem requirements for inclusion into JSIMS . We provided the M&S program office support for the JCC(X). For NAVSEA, we analyzed NAVSEA sponsored collaborative environment (CE) projects and then prepared a plan for the integration of M&S tool suites into existing CE. This included identifying DoD models, simulators, stimulators, emulators for integration with live field tactical operational units for exercises and training support. We supported the MK 41 VLS launcher project by using M&S for selected missile canister components and other in-service engineering functions. We supported the NSWC in system analysis and architectural design for the Navy's Total Ship Training System (TSTS). TSTS integrates existing trainers/simulators for battle group exercise performance assessment including Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT), Damage Control Trainer, and Nav Trainer. This effort leveraged previous work done that upgraded the Cruise Missile Trainer, SPS-73, SPN-46, simulation/stimulation status reporting, and site number additions. We developed a common UUV Mission Model Architecture for NUWC Newport and NUWC Keyport.

Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support (3.4)

We designed, developed, integrated and installed the ISS-60 software which supports the onboard Mission Equipment System for the Navy's T-AGS survey ships. J5 Team member acts as the design oversight agent for the development, engineering, and integration of the Force Protection warfare area for the DD(X) ORD. We formed a design agent engineering team, and research of applicable technologies. We designed, prototyped, fabricated and installed the replacement Peripheral Emulation System PES for the AN/UYH-3, RD-358, AN/USQ-69, TT-624, OJ-172 (DEAC), and AN/UYK-7 systems. We prototyped the Command Table for the SSDS. J5 Team member developed the models and algorithms for a planning and simulation tool that is Defense Information Infrastructure (DII) COE compliant within GCCS. We applied engineering disciplines to develop new NMCI warfighting capabilities. We helped develop alterations to existing WAN/BAN/LAN and used system and process engineering disciplines; synthesizing and evaluating alternative concepts; identifying recommended network selections; and generated designs and system specifications. We wired and tested the acoustic array interface board, power connections, and data connections. We populated and tested the E-field sensor board, molded and tested the E-field cable harness, and wired the magnetic array interface board. We performed mathematical modeling, prototyping and software simulation of propagation of biological and chemical particles through the air. We developed a common UUV Mission Model Architecture for NUWC Newport and NUWC Keyport by designing the architectural building blocks.

System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support (3.5)

J5 Team developed the functional requirements document, software development plans and systems integration plan for the GCCS I3 CDS program. The J5 Team supported the Engineering Site Survey and the Implementation Plan for surveillance, communications, and interoperability enhancements at USCG Vessel Traffic Service Puget Sound. We developed documentation for replacement Peripheral Emulation System (PES) for the AN/UYH-3, RD-358, AN/USQ-69, TT-624, OJ-172 (DEAC), and AN/UYK-7 systems. Over the last three years, J5 Team members have developed over 2,000 hardcopy technical manuals and over 3,500 electronic technical manuals in support of NGNN contract. Technical documentation supported engineering, prototyping and fielding of numerous hardware systems. We developed the C4I Support Plan for the JSIMS.   For NAVSEA, we analyzed all NAVSEA sponsored CE projects. The J5 Team prepared detailed technical data documentation, information technology and security documents in support of system documentation for the JSIMS design, configuration, integration, and installation for the C4ISP. The J5 Team supported NSWCCD-SSES Philadelphia in a review of existing documentation and developed new Technical Documentation for the HM&E ship system(s). J5 Team members performed systems definition, technology assessments, system design, software development, test, integration, training, and documentation in accordance with Navy standards for the JCDX/OED program. We supported NSWC Port Hueneme for the Standard Missile Program by developing technical documentation, designed and built test sets and prototypes. In support of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, the J5 Team provided Ship Information Book updates and Selected Record Document development. As part of Network Project Management and Base Network Operations Management projects, the J5 Team developed requirements definition, briefings, infrastructure survey, prepared detailed technical data documentation for NMCI system development including design, configuration, integration, and installation concepts, WAN/BAN/LAN requirements, plans, and specifications.

Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support (3.6)

The J5 Team supported the submarine communication system program software development. The J5 Team is currently supporting the NAVSEA LHA(R) Ship Design Manager in performing technical analysis, developing and selecting hardware and computer software components, and modifying existing hardware and software for the SSDS Open Architecture within the LHA(R) design. We are also providing software engineering in the designing, coding, testing, integrating, and supporting software for the SSDS. We are the lead software engineer for the Navy's mine warfare tactical decision aid. The J5 Team provided software development support for the IUADP which functions as a consolidated stores management system. In support of the JCDX/OED MLS program, J5 Team provides software engineering and development support in all aspects of the program at worldwide ashore sites and on command ships. We perform all aspects of trusted software and hardware development, integration, testing, fielding at sites in the US, UK, Australia, Korea, and Japan using Trusted HPUX, X Window, MOTIF, C, C++, Trusted Oracle, and a variety of interoperating Navy components. We provided support to NSWC Port Hueneme in the Standard Missile Program included software prototype design and development. We provided software engineering design and development for the ONI ACINT 21 toolsets from MSSD.   We used the Mine Warfare Environmental Decision Aid Library (MEDAL) in software development efforts to provide a mission planning capability for small UUVs. The J5 Team is currently supporting SPAWAR and SSC-SD in the enterprise Intranet portal for the Navy. We provide software engineering in development and selection of hardware and software, and modification to existing hardware and software for the Navy MARCORPS Web Portal by planning, designing, coding, testing, integrating, supporting, and delivering Java algorithms, software (source code and executables), and computer programs.

Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support (3.7)

J5 Team members conducted T&E support for the quarter scale Large Scale Vehicle (LSV) for Seawolf pumpjet propulsor evaluation, data analysis and reporting. We designed, prototyped, fabricated, tested, integrated and installed the replacement Peripheral Emulation System (PES). We provided RM&A support at the Mayport Naval Base. We evaluated the supportability of engineering data for provisioning/supply source data, technical documentation, and associated technical/logistics documentation to ensure proper installation and life-cycle maintenance/ support. For the Marine Corps Ammunition Logistics Branch's Mine Clearing System ISEA, we performed site surveys of active and reserve units to investigate/inspect/repair/replace equipment. For the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), the J5 Team provided RM&A assistance to implement an expert system that would help the sailor replace fewer parts and have a better success ratio when repairing the MK92 Fire Control System. Used at the Naval Post Graduate School as a student project, it led to the FCS MK92 Maintenance Advisor Expert System (MAES) used to diagnose casualties in the MK92 Fire Control System. We supported NSWC Port Hueneme in Battle Group Engineering and Ship Self Defense and used M&S to assist in performing RM&A allocations, assessments, and analysis. We evaluated RM&A supportability of provisioning/supply data, technical documentation, and associated technical/ logistics documentation to ensure installation and life-cycle maintenance/ support for the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility (SEAFAC) Upgrade Program.

Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support (3.8)

The J5 Team provided human factor support, performance and usability engineering in the Smart Ship Engineering Control System (SSECS) on USS HUE CITY for NSWC SSES. We used system usability engineering to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems at the Aegis Training and Readiness Center (ATRC) Dahlgren VA. We employed human and performance factors when we designed, prototyped, fabricated, tested, integrated and installed the replacement PES. The J5 Team assessed Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MP&T) impacts for all new or modified NSWCCD-SSES cognizant ship machinery, systems, and equipment. We demonstrated how the proposed changes would meet the MP&T and supportability requirements of the platform including shore-based infrastructure requirements. For the Marine Corps Ammunition Logistics Branch's Mine Clearing System ISEA, we performed site surveys of active and reserve units to investigate/inspect/repair/replace equipment using performance and usability engineering factors. We supported NSWC Port Hueneme and performed reliability and maintainability allocations, assessments, and analysis for Battle Group Engineering and Ship Self Defense. Our team has used and focused on the User-Centered Design in both application and methodology in software development. We also applied Artificial Intelligence including Expert Systems, Neural Network (Connectionist), and Production Systems in the design and development of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and systems that have a high degree of usability to minimize human error to increase systems integrity and enabling more efficient operator performance.

System Safety Engineering Support (3.9)

We applied system safety principles when we designed, developed, integrated and installed the ISS-60 software required to support the operational functions of the onboard Mission Equipment System for the Navy's T-AGS class oceanographic survey ships. The J5 Team member supports ordnance safety analysis under contracts from SPAWAR, Charleston. We performed human safety assessments for new construction and in service carriers and submarines. The J5 Team performed equipment functional analyses to determine failure/removal rates, part level essentialities, etc. For the Marine Corps Ammunition Logistics Branch's Mine Clearing System ISEA, we performed site surveys of active & reserve units to investigate/ inspect/ repair/replace equipment considering performance, safety and usability engineering factors. The J5 Team member's support of the Standard Missile Program employed system safety engineering principles. The J5 Team member support of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard used sound system safety engineering principles in updating the Ship Information Book & Selected Record Document.

Configuration Management (CM) Support (3.10)

The J5 Team used CM in the integration, engineering, installation, and testing of the SSECS on USS HUE CITY for NSWC SSES, a multiphase and complex project. These CM control procedures enabled the program to be accomplished successfully on a tight schedule. We used CM in our engineering efforts to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems at the ATRC, Dahlgren. We used configuration status accounting, CDM and provisioning support for new construction and in service carriers and submarines. J5 Team has provided support for provisioning, CM, and configuration status accounting functions as required in accordance with NAVSEA Technical Specifications. Our J5 Team support included completion of 58 IPDS installations and provided updated configuration management data on various classes of ships. This support included 13 TISS installations on non CORT FFG-7 ships. The J5 Team provided CM Services for Taiwan's Po Sheng program for the Land Integration Segment functional baseline with systems requirements traceability to high level requirements and lower design requirements. We developed and maintained a Land Integration Segment requirements database that traced all requirements, including interoperability and test requirements, from all System Specifications, and lower level requirements, to the approved Functional Requirement Documents. The J5 Team supported NSWC Port Hueneme in Battle Group Engineering and Ship Self Defense by providing CM of IT hardware/software & digital knowledge. We evaluated the supportability of engineering data for provisioning/supply source data, technical docs, and all associated technical/logistics docs using CM principles to ensure proper installation and life-cycle maintenance/support for the SEAFAC Upgrade Program.

Quality Assurance (QA) Support (3.11)

      The J5 Team member support of the ISS-60 in the operational functions of the onboard Mission Equipment System for the Navy's T-AGS class oceanographic survey ships used sound QA principles to ensure the design and development was a quality product. We employed QA principles while acting as the senior government design oversight for the development, engineering, and integration of the Force Protection warfare area into the DD(X) ORD. Our formation of the design agent engineering team considered QA principles & procedures. The J5 Team developed of enabling technologies for the US Navy employed QA principles and procedures to ensure that Technical Documentation for cognizant HM&E ship system(s) contained proper life-cycle logistics support. For the Marine Corps Ammunition Logistics Branch's Mine Clearing System ISEA, we performed site surveys of active and reserve units using QA principles. This effort included 13 TISS installations on non-CORT FFG-7 and 58 IPDS installations on other ship classes. The J5 Team employed sound QA principles for survivability and vulnerability, systems safety, human factors to identify ergonomic, workload and operator ability to comprehend information in a timely manner for Taiwan's Po Sheng program. J5 Team member supported the Standard Missile Program by providing in-service engineering, test and evaluation of missile system components by applying QA principles. J5 Team member supported the National Undersea Vehicle Test and Evaluation Center (NUTEC) at NUWC Keyport using QA procedures in the review and analysis of program data & information.

Information Systems Development, IA and Information Technology Support (3.12)

In support of the JTRS IW assessments, J5 Team member used the Information Operations Vulnerability/Survivability Assessment (IOVSA) to guide the evaluation methodology and provide direct input into the DITSCAP certification and accreditation process. The J5 Team provided system engineering to develop and maintain training systems for surface ship systems at ATRC, Dahlgren. We provided information systems development, information assurance, and information technology support including security management and computer system assessment design, data collection, and technical documentation for compliance. We provided technical assistance to assess and monitor programs such as Enhanced C4ISR Homeland Security Operations (ECHO), Joint Battle Management Integration (JBMI), Distributed Collaborative Tools Suite (DCTS), Joint Enroute Mission Planning Rehearsal System - Near Team (JEMPRS-NT), Multinational Limited Objective Experimentation (MLOE), Network Security Management Correction and Display (NSM C&D) and exercises such as Joint User Interoperability Communication Exercise (JUICE), UV01 (Unified Vision). The J5 Team provided systems engineering in information systems analysis and IA to the GCCS I3 CDS and multi-level security solutions. We help develop the systems designs for CDS operational requirements for tracks, imagery, and intelligence for CENTCOM IO operations. The J5 Team support the NMCI system development including design, configuration, integration, and installation concepts, WAN/BAN/LAN requirements, plans, and specifications. The J5 Team supported the Homeland Security Task Force for chemical/biological information, and access was provided to the Secure Center for Counterterrorism and Technology Analysis website. In support of the JCDX/OED, J5 Team member provided information system software analysis, design, development, test and installation for the intelligence support system. We provided all aspects of trusted software and hardware development, integration, testing, fielding at sites in the US, UK, Australia, Korea, Japan and afloat; and performed requirements definition, technology assessments, system design, software development, test, integration, training, and documentation.

Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support (3.13)

J5 Team member provided Port Engineer services for ship maintenance management and work execution including inactivation support. We performed ship inactivation, disposal, and Rubberduck demilitarization tasks at the Bremerton Shipyard. J5 Team supported NAVSHIPSO for USS CONSTELLATION deactivation. J5 Team supported SUPSHIP Newport for Carrier Engineering Maintenance Assist Teams support in all fleet locations. We performed equipment functional analyses to determine failure/removal rates, part level essentialities, etc. The level of analysis is dependent upon complexity of each system / equipment addition and/or change.

Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support (3.14)

The J5 Team developed a series of software source code static analysis tools to evaluate software code robustness and structure to determine intrusion and attack susceptibilities. We are also developing test procedures to provide dynamic analysis on the operating system, the middleware, and the applications. We developed a testbed mockup of the Systems Integration Lab (a "mini-SIL") to run preliminary tests before formal assessments tests. The J5 Team redesigned, prototyped, and tested a state-of-the art controller for the GAU-2B/A 7.62 mm minigun resulting in a reliability-improvement ECP to NAVICP. In support of the JCDX/OED program, J5 Team member provided software interoperability testing and installation for the intelligence support system. We provide all aspects of trusted software and hardware testing and fielding at sites in the US, UK, Australia, Korea, Japan and afloat; and perform operational training. We provided T&E support for the USS KENNEDY OPEVAL and for the NIMITZ and REAGAN Strike Groups. This included test documentation, Configuration Control Board chair and member, underway tests scheduling and coordination. We integrated and connected Keyport with operational exercises and operational commands through the Collaborative Test and Evaluation Center (CTEC). This enabled Keyport to test and train in an interoperable environment, and as a test range infrastructure that is accessible on a real time basis to both development and operational commands. J5 Team member engineers developed the Operational Test & Evaluation (OT&E) Plan for the USCG National Distress and Response Modernization Program (NDRSMP), Rescue-21 Program. We are applying engineering, scientific, and analytical disciplines to ensure that USCG Rescue 21 platforms, systems, and rescue capabilities are tested and that joint interoperability requirements are met at all levels of their life cycle. Our team is capable of performing software/hardware T&E and IV&V, failure and root cause analysis, corrective action implementation, and training experience to perform all interoperability, T&E and at-sea trials support in the Chesapeake Bay area.

Measurement Facilities, Ranges, and Instrumentation Support (3.15)

J5's Team developed mathematical modeling tools to analyze the acoustic properties of new high-gain array configurations. These tools provided the basis for choosing between array configurations and selecting prototype configurations. J5's Team with ATRC Dahlgren used system engineering to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems. We supported the in-service engineering agent mission for tactical and non-tactical computers and display systems for the Navy, as well as development of future capabilities for fleet commands in the Tidewater area. The J5 Team supports NSWC Crane's major test facilities including the Lake Glendora Test Facility, the Environmental Test Facility, and indoor/outdoor firing ranges to support ordnance and weapon systems evaluations and environmental/ operational testing. For NUWC Keyport, the J5 Team provided technical support in testing underway fleet units at the SESEF, FORACS, SCIUR, MSF and SCORE. We integrated and connected Keyport with operational exercises and operational commands through the Collaborative Test and Evaluation Center (CTEC). This enabled Keyport to test and train in an interoperable environment, and also as a test range infrastructure that is accessible on a real time basis to both development and operational commands. J5 Team members are supporting the US Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) in testing weapon systems in a joint environment. We are applying engineering, analytical, and technical disciplines in the operation and support of measurement facilities, ranges and instrumentation for testing, evaluating, experimenting, and exercising platforms/systems.

Acquisition Logistics Support (3.16)

The J5 Team provided continuing life-cycle upgrades and maintenance, baseline management and control, and a comprehensive library of documentation including Interface Control Document (ICD), Software Design Specification (SDS), Software Maintenance Manual (SMM), System Test Manual (STM), User Manual (UM), Version Description Document (VDD), and Computer Software Configuration Item Specification (CSCIS). Our J5 Team with ATRC Dahlgren, we used system engineering to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems considering acquisition logistics requirements. For the CVN 21, we updated the PSMD and provided MP&T workload reduction support. We also updated the shipboard Integrated Data Environment (IDE) plan and performed total ship RM&A analysis including the development of a Maintenance Plan. We provided all logistics support to NGNN for construction of CVN 76, CVN 77 and refueling of CVN 69 using the Real time Outfitting Management Information System (ROMIS). This was an integral part of the warehouse and supply support operations. We developed new maintenance profiles based on 43-month operational cycles including inclusion in the TOC reduction management plan. We also performed the Total Operating Cost/ILS elements and documentation development under subcontract N00406-99-D-5130 in Bremerton Shipyard. For the Future Aircraft Carrier, CVN 21 Multipurpose Aircraft Carrier, J5 Team is developing the C4ISR subsystems IPT. We are using engineering and analytical disciplines to implement acquisition logistics as a multi-functional technical management discipline associated with the design, development, test, production, fielding, sustainment, and improvement modifications of cost effective C4ISR systems. We are using the C4ISR Architecture Framework SV-6, System Information Exchange Matrix to develop a matrix of all on-board and ashore C4ISR systems hardware interfaces and software providing initial fielding and operational support.

Supply and Provisioning Support (3.17)

With ATRC Dahlgren, the J5 Team used system engineering to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems considering supply parts and maintenance needs. For CVN 21, we updated the PSMD and provided MP&T workload reduction support. We updated shipboard IDE plan and performed total ship RM&A analysis and developing a Maintenance Plan. We performed the logistics support to NGNN for construction of CVN 76, CVN 77 and refueling of CVN 69 using the ROMIS as an integral part of the warehouse and supply support operations. In conjunction with NSWCCD-SSES Philadelphia for developing enabling technologies , we reviewed existing/developed Technical Documentation of the HM&E ship system(s) to ensure the proper life-cycle logistics support for ship or MACHALT. J5 Team member conducted CA/IC switchboard, installations, grooms, repairs, ship checks, surveys and emergent CASREP response in all ship classes. The J5 Team with SUPSHIP Newport News supported Carrier Engineering Maintenance Assist Teams in all fleet locations. We performed equipment functional analyses to determine failure/removal rates, part level essentialities, etc.

Training Support (3.18)

The J5 Team provided the training support for the ISS-60 in the Navy's T-AGS class ships. J5 Team member contract with ATRC Dahlgren to develop and maintain current and future training systems for surface ship systems included training support. At Dam Neck and Fleet Forces Command, we determined the Battle Group C4I/Combat Systems M&S architecture for fleet training. We supported VAST and IMPASS evaluations. We provided the Sea Launched Attack Missile Exercise (SLAMEX) training for the East Coast. This effort is conducted 48 times annually and provides cruise missile and C4I training to Navy ships and staffs. We also conducted GCCS-M Watch Officer, Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC), and C4I training. The J5 Team with NSWCCD-SSES Philadelphia supported the development of training materials and provided systems training. The training curriculum ranges from standup familiarization to detailed operator and maintenance instruction using enhanced multimedia capabilities. We coordinated efforts between NSWCCD-SSES and other training commands, such as the Fleet Training Center (FTC) and Navy Professional Development Command (NPDC). For the JCDX/OED program, the J5 Team performed system operations training for both operators and systems administrators in classroom and operational environments. We developed training curriculums including user & instructor guides. We conducted training to ensure that the JCDX/OED warfighter and technical support personnel are provided with adequate instruction including applied exercises for attaining and retaining knowledge, skills, and operations to maintain site security accreditation. Our support of NSWC Port Hueneme for the Standard Missile Program included developing training plans & training documents.

In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support (3.19)

The J5 Team provided in-service engineering in the integration installation, and testing of the SSECS on USS HUE CITY for NSWC SSES. We supplied the contractor furnished and incidental material to suit numerous installations and fabricating miscellaneous components and foundations, including Smart Ship Engineering Control System Equipment (ECSE) installation on CG 66. We provided FTSCLANT engineering, logistic, technical, training, facilities, and material support for program management, system and equipment assessments, inspections, maintenance, troubleshooting and emergent response including repair and installation and overhaul and testing of HM&E systems. In support of the JCDX/OED program, the J5 Team performed system software integration, installation, checkout and training at JCDX/OED sites worldwide and onboard ships. In addition, for the Horizontal Fusion program, the J5 Team is performing system development and installation of JCDX/OED MLS features and capabilities in cross-domain environments. Our support of NSWC Port Hueneme for the Standard Missile Program includes in-service engineering, test and evaluation of missile system components. We supported in-service engineering and provided shipboard technical assistance in the Pacific Northwest for NAVSHIPSO Philadelphia of their cognizant HM&E ship systems. At the U.S. Army YPG in support of weapon systems testing in a joint environment, we applied engineering, analytical, and technical disciplines to establish and maintain long-term engineering, operation, and maintenance support for in-service YPG testing capabilities. We designed the Non-Line-Of-Sight-C (NLOS-C) Test Facilities network installation and Distributed Test Control Center (DTCC) network installation and are providing the system checkout support.

Program Support (3.20)

In support of the GCCS I3 CDS program, the J5 Team is providing program planning, organizing the technical subcontractor staffing, financial controls and leading the subcontracting team in program execution. We performed program management support in the form of level of effort projections and coordinating with the multi-contractor team to meet program goals. We act as the senior government design oversight agent for developing, engineering, and integrating Force Protection warfare for DD(X) ORD and formed the design agent engineering team. The J5 Team is the lead systems and software engineer for the Navy's mine warfare tactical decision aid. NSWC Crane and J5 Team member developed swimmer detection capability to the NSWC Crane's IROS3 XE. Under GSA Task Order GS-34F-4461G, we provided program support, system administration, and test and evaluation for the USS KENNEDY OPEVAL and for the NIMITZ and REAGAN Strike Groups. We supported the formation of the NUTEC at NUWC Keyport. We provided program support in the form of supportability of engineering data for provisioning/supply source data, technical documentation, and all associated technical/logistics documentation to ensure proper installation and life-cycle maintenance/support. J5 Team recently completed a contract with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service to conduct security assessments and install Waterside Security Systems (WSS) at naval ports in the US and overseas. W e designed and planned the systems installation in Crete, Sicily, Sardinia, Naples and Rota, Spain. We performed financial reporting, budgeting and strategic planning, general accounting, cash management, and auditing. We also designed, implemented and managed business and financial planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling of team efforts.

Administrative Support (3.21)

The J5 Team provided administrative and clerical support associated with the development, engineering, and integration of the Force Protection warfare area into the DD(X) ORD. We supported ISEA at Dam Neck for the SPS 73 radar program by planning, administration, and installation and checkout support including ten successful installations last year. Under GSA GS-34F-4461G, we provided program support, system administration support, and T&E for the USS KENNEDY OPEVAL and for the NIMITZ and REAGAN Strike Groups. We provided system administration and evaluated the supportability adequacy of submitted engineering data for provisioning/supply source data, technical documentation, and all associated technical/ logistics documentation to ensure proper installation and life-cycle maintenance/support for the SEAFAC Upgrade Program. The J5 Team provided many aspects of the development, installation, and support for the SPAWAR OED system and program administration including clerical & administrative support and security administration and office and laboratory operation.

 

 


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