Presentation on theme: "AEGIS Ship Integration and Test Industry Day 21 September 2012"— Presentation transcript:
1AEGIS Ship Integration and Test Industry Day 21 September 2012
2Agenda Administration & Ground Rules AEGIS SI&T Program Overview Solicitation OverviewAEGIS SI&T Program Office RequirementsClosing RemarksDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
3No Questions Will Be Answered Today PurposeThe purpose of today’s session is for the AEGIS Program Office, PEO IWS 1.0, to provide information to Industry on:AEGIS Ship Integration and Test Program (SI&T)AEGIS SI&T Solicitation Statement of Work (SOW) and Requirements (notional)Collect questions from IndustryIMPORTANT NOTE – Today’s Industry Day is provided for information and planning purposes only. The formal solicitation released via NECO and FedBizOpps will govern the competition and provide the formal requirements.No Questions Will Be Answered TodayDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
4Administrative Announcements Briefing is UNCLASSIFIEDNo recording devices or camerasTurn cell phones offPlease wait to be escorted out at conclusion of event if you are not badgedAll questions may be answered at the governments discretionDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
5Please Do Not Contact The Program Office! Ground RulesThis briefing will not cover:Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA)Production requirementsFMS requirementsToday’s discussion topic is the PEO IWS 1.0 AEGIS SI&T competition onlyGovernment will not respond to questions todayResponses to all written questions received today will be posted to NECO and FedBizOpps to the maximum extent practicablePOC for all questions is Mr. Brendan O'Mara, Contracting Officer(202)Please Do Not Contact The Program Office!DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
6SI&T Program OverviewWilliam McLaughlinPEO IWS 1B
7AEGIS OV-1: Multi-Mission Operations DSPFBX-TLRS&TSBXCueing ofBMDS ElementsTHAADPAC-3MissileDefenseKEIAnti-Air WarfareAegis Combat Weapon System (ACS/AWS) simultaneously supports the following Missions:Anti-Air Warfare (AAW) including Theater Ballistic Missile DefenseAnti-Submarine Warfare (ASW)Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW)Strike Warfare (STW)Amphibious Warfare (AMW)Command and Control (C2)Intelligence (INT)C2 Warfare (C2W) and Information Warfare (IW)Mine Warfare (MIW)Mobility (MOB)Fleet Support Operations (FSO)Non-Combat Operations (NCO)Logistics (LOG)Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)Strike WarfareAir ControlNaval GunFire SupportAnti-SurfaceWarfareCruise MissileDefenseExcludes AEGIS BMDAnti-SubmarineWarfare
8PEO IWS 1B – Who we are Ship Integration is: …the management of the physical design, integration, test, and maintenance, from concept development throughout a ship’s lifecycle of warfare systems and ship’s systems to build and maintain war ready shipsMission:We are the central focus for AEGIS Combat System (ACS) ship integration for the purpose of delivering and maintaining mission ready shipsVision:We are the established provider of superior leadership as the ACS ship integration manager for all AEGIS Cruisers and DestroyersDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
9Combat System Ship Integration & Test Products and Services Concept and Preliminary DesignDetail Design and ConstructionShipyard Test and TrialsPost DeliveryTest and TrialsPost Shakedown AvailabilityAvailability PlanningAvailability ExecutionNew ConstructionIn ServicePlan execute Shock, LFT&E EventsCSSQT SupportDT/OT SupportPSA WP PlanningFCT, PSA Test Package DevelopmentAssist Ships Force/Program Office in Conducting FCTInteroperability (Strike Configuration Planning)FCT Trial Card ResolutionExecute PSALogistics SupportTest CoordinationCS Project EngineerSI&T LSEA RepLog RepConduct SCN/FMP TurnoverTDP DevelopmentSHIPMAINSCD ReviewResolve Design IssuesDevelop PCBInput to Advance Planning LetterInput to Authorization Letter ReviewTopside EMC/EMX AnalysisIntegrated Scheduling & Test ProductsSchedule CSDOn-site ExecutionMobile Test TeamTest Coordinator Post Avail Document Update Maintain C5I Configuration Control DrawingWaterfront LAR Evaluate & ResolvePerform CSD installationSystem Level DesignShipbuilding RFP InputsPreliminary Arrangements, HSIPreliminary Cable BlocksPower/Cooling DesignShip Impact StatementShip Spec /ConstraintsTopside Impacts DBETTurnkey Waterfront Testing, Data AnalysisAt Sea TrialsTrial Card ResolutionCSAVFinal CP IntegrationDevelop CSOSSReview ILSCrew FamiliarizationTech Support for WSESRB CertT&E Engineering Planning PDA WP Planning & ExecutionCombat System Configuration Management Verify Fire Control CutoutsSailaway Readiness Review Life Cycle Supportand ModernizationNavy’s CombatSystem DesignConstructionAnd TestFinal Documentation under Configuration controlTopside, EMC/ EMX analysisIssue CRSPower, Cooling at Compartment levelImplement Test ProgramDevelop Test ProceduresFire Control Cut-outsWaterfront EngineeringReview Ship ECP, feedbackComputer Program TestingDevelop CSAM, C&L, OCSOT, CSID & STOM Fully Integrated Mission Ready Ship Delivered9
10Ship Integration and Test DesignConstructionTestIntegrationShip System RequirementsShipTDP/ECPMasterTest PlanShip and Combat System Requirementsdrive Ship Integration & TestProducts and execution during all phases,to provide mission ready ships andcombat capable shipsTestProceduresIntegrationStudiesEvaluateDesignShipIntegrationEvaluate Ship ConstructionTestShipMission readyDesign ShipWe Deliver Complete & Maintain War Ready Shipsfor Fleet Operations
11Bottom-up Test Philosophy Divided into separate stages of testing, each representing a progression from a lower level of operability to a higher oneSeven stages of testing are commonly used for the Shipboard Testing of Combat SystemsShared responsibility for conducting Tests:7 – Sea Trials6 – Special Tests5 - Inter-System TestsMulti-Element Integration4 – Intra-System TestsGovernmentShipbuilder3 – Equipment Light-Off TestsNAVSEA Pub defines structureTypically: Shipbuilder is responsible for Stages 1, 2, and 3. Government takes over Stage 4 and beyondInitial Combat System Light Off (Ship Support Systems Ready)2 – Equipment Installation Inspection1 – Material Receipt InspectionStructured Process for Integrated Testing of Complex ShipboardCombat System ensures validation of System RequirementsDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
13Notional Solicitation Information ApproachFull and Open Competition (see FAR 6.1)Contract TypesCost-Plus-Incentive-Fee (CPIF) completion-type with Specified Performance IncentivesNew construction Test Team ExecutionAMOD Test Team ExecutionAWS AssessmentsCost-Plus-Award-Fee (CPAF) Level-of-effort (LOE) with Technical InstructionsSI&T Overall Management/SupportSCN/AMOD/Post-Delivery/CSSQT SupportSI&T Engineering (includes TDP development)Period of Performance (Potential total of ten (10) years)One (1) year baseNine (9) one-year optionsDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
14Notional Section B Structure The government will not exercise all CLINS beginning in year one.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
15Notional SI&T Contract Award Schedule Industry Day TodayIssuance of Solicitation 1st Qtr FY13Proposal Submission Deadline nd Qtr FY13Award Contract 1st Qtr FY14All Dates Subject to Change at Government DiscretionDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
17Sole Source and Competitive Award AEGIS SI&T ContractSole Source and Competitive AwardCY12CY13CY14CY15CY16CY17CY18CY19CY20CY21CY22CY23FY12FY13FY14FY15FY16FY17FY18FY19FY20FY21FY22FY23ACB 12 / TI 12Ship Schedules511 ContractDDG 113ALOTrialsOWLD911212SFSFDDG 114ALOTrialsOWLD6988SFDDG 115ALOTrials26OWLD25DDG 116ALOOWLD19SFSF9OWLDALODDG 117TrialsSole Source6310SF2DDG 118ALOTrials62310DDG 5399DDG 5185OWLDCG 60DDG 82SI&T 5115 Follow-onSole Source Contract10159DDG 6952CG 5976DDG 65CG 717DDG 57652TBDDDG 52APRFP86DDG 79TBDTBDDDG 80443412Contract AwardFuture ACBsShip Schedules(NOTIONAL)ALODeliveryDDG 119OWLD274ALODeliveryOWLDDDG 1202710ALODeliveryDDG 121OWLD2710DeliveryDDG 122OWLDALO10710DDG 81TBDTBDDDG 8814DDG 9314CompetitionDDG 84TBDDDG 8558TBDDDG 94DDG 89113DDG 88912TBDDDG 96TBDDDG 86TBDDDG 90DDG 1233Feas StudyB/L DefPrelim DesignECP RFP(2QFY14)6Start FabLay KeelTBDDDG 87DDG 51Flight IIIDevTBDDDG 91TBDDDG 922710ALODeliveryOWLDCompetitiveContractAPDetailed Design BeginsDetailed Design Ends4RFP512ContractAwardSI&T Shipbuilder Design Inputs, Test Planning, Test Procedures, Ship ECP and System TDP, Equipment Integration, Test ExecutionData as of 10 Aug 121717
18Expected Contractor Capabilities KnowledgeU.S. surface combatant platforms and associated war-fighting, operations characteristics and capabilities for platformsUnderstanding of modern U.S. Navy shipbuilding and ship system integration requirementsIn depth knowledge of AEGIS or comparable Integrated Combat SystemsMajor ship acquisition programs including Life-Cycle ManagementKnowledge and experience in ship testing stages 1-7Environmental Qualification TestingTopside Engineering to include EMI, RADHAZ and P&FCO analysisPhysical modeling of ship systems and Combat Systems arrangementsShip ConstructionGeneral SpecificationsShip SpecificationsCable Qualifications, including termination and placementHuman Systems Interface IntegrationCombat System Documentation such as CSOSSDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
19Other Requirements Security Requirements All Contractor personnel shall possess a SECRET-level clearanceStaffingContractor shall ramp-up immediately upon contract awardFully functioning within ninety (90) daysConference SpaceContractor shall provide on-site (within ½ mile radius from Washington Navy Yard) Classified and Unclassified conference facilitiesDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
20Other Requirements, cont. Place of PerformanceNational Capital RegionWashington Navy Yard & Contractor FacilitiesPascagoula, MSBath, MEMayport, FLEverett, WASan Diego, CANorfolk, VAYokosuka, JapanRota, SpainPearl Harbor, HIPacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), HIOther Navy ports of call as directedDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
21Draft Statement of Work IWS 1.0 requires a well-integrated and coordinated Contractor team to assist the Program Office in executing its responsibility to satisfy current and future Navy and Joint needs for AEGIS SI&T.Engineering support is required in the following areas:New Construction Combat System Waterfront Integration & TestIn-Service Ship Integration & TestPost Delivery SupportModernization Waterfront Integration & Test SupportCSSQT SupportAEGIS Weapon System (AWS) Element AssessmentsShip Integration & EngineeringDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
22Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0001 CPAF CLIN 0001: Program Management/SupportIMSDevelop and maintain an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for program control, status monitoring and reporting purposes.Subcontractor/Supplier ManagementInstitute appropriate management actions relative to subcontractor/supplier performance.Data ManagementMaintain a data access library to document all aspects of the program.Business and Financial ManagementEarned Value Management System (EVMS).Conduct an Integrated Baseline Review (IBR) within 90 calendar days after Contract Award.Provide Contractor Performance Reports (CPRs).DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
23Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0002 CPAF CLIN 0002: New Construction Combat System Waterfront Integration And Test Support ActivitiesLiaison Support ActivitiesAct as the liaison between the Program Office and the shipyard, crew and SUPSHIPAdvance Planning ActivitiesReview test resources, documentation, and test procedures.Perform installation site surveys and ship checks prior to installation activitiesCombat System Engineering And Test Execution CloseoutAnalysis of collected data, completion reports, lessons learned and outstanding discrepancies.Document discrepancies and coordinate resolution with the CSEA.New Construction Test Team TrainingProvide training to develop the requisite skills to successfully conduct Combat System trial events and support the establishment of Combat System teams to proficiently operate and maintain the ship at Sailaway.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
24Draft Statement of Work – CLINs 0003-6 CPIF CLIN 0003, 0004, 0005 and 0006: New Construction Combat System Waterfront Integration And TestCombat System Engineering And Test ExecutionNew construction waterfront test and engineering for the execution of the AEGIS New Construction Combat System Test Program for the DDG 51 class ships.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
25Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0007 CPAF CLIN 0007: In-service Ship Integration And TestEngineering and technical support for the AEGIS in-service shipsWill fully transition in FY 17/18.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
26Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0008 CPAF CLIN 0008: Post Delivery SupportOn-site (ship and shore) Post Delivery Test &Trial (PDT&T) SupportPDT&T Support during the period of time between delivery of the ship from the shipyard and the end of the Ship Construction, Navy (SCN) envelope or Obligation Work Limiting Date (OWLD). Tasks include:Combat System Ship Qualification Trials (CSSQT), Developmental Testing and/or special testing such as demonstration and qualification-type testsCombat Systems modificationsFinal Contract Trial (FCT) operations support and planningPost Delivery Availability (PSA) operations and conductDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
27Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0009 CPAF CLIN 0009: Modernization Waterfront Integration Test SupportCombat System Engineering Agent Liaison ActivitiesPre-Availability Advance Planning ActivitiesReview test resources, documentation, and test procedures.Post Availability Closeout ActivitiesAnalysis of collected data, completion reports, lessons learned and outstanding discrepancies.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
28Draft Statement of Work – CLINs 0010-12 CPIF CLIN 0010, 0011, 0012: ACB-16/TI-16 AEGIS Modernization Test ExecutionCombat System Engineering And Test Execution During Availability Test PeriodsWaterfront test and engineering for combat system test activities during modernization availabilities.Provide assistance to the Government in validation that the combat system and its component elements are correctly installed, fully functional, and operate as an integrated warfare system. This effort is planned to occur during a post AEGIS Light Off (ALO) test period and result in a fully functional and fully tested shipboard Combat System ready to be turned over to the Fleet for operation.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
29Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0013 CPAF CLIN 0013: CSSQT SupportCombat System Ship Qualification Trials (CSSQT) and Developmental Test (DT) SupportSupport during planning and execution phases for AEGIS New Construction Destroyers and In-Service Aegis Cruisers and Destroyers following Modernization/Upgrade/Overhaul and during In-Service DT/Technical Evaluations.DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
30Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0014 CPIF CLIN 0014: Aegis Weapon System (AWS) Element AssessmentsManagement, engineering, and test effort to perform assessments on AEGIS CG-47 and DDG-51 Class ships in accordance with Integrated Class Maintenance Plan (ICMP) requirements maintained by Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP).Assessments occur pre- and post-CNO Ship Maintenance Availability.Assessments to include:Computer/Mission Critical Enclosure (MCE)DisplaysFire Control System (FCS)Operational Readiness Test System (ORTS)SPY TransmitterSPY Signal Processor (SIGPRO)AEGIS Local Area Network (LAN) Interconnection System (ALIS)PeripheralsElectronic Cooling Water System (ECWS)400 HzDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
31Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0015 CPAF CLIN 0015: Ship Integration And EngineeringTechnical Data Packages (TDPs), Shipboard IntegrationsRough Order Of Magnitude (ROM) Level Engineering Packages (RLEP)Technical DocumentationTest Package And Test Procedure DevelopmentConfiguration Definition Documents (CDDs)Feasibility StudiesConfiguration Management SupportLifecycle EngineeringSystem EngineeringEnvironmental Qualification Testing (EQTs)Topside AnalysisBMD Engineering AnalysisCombat System AlignmentSonar Self-NoiseDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
32Draft Statement of Work – CLIN 0016 CLIN 0016: ODCs & Incidental Materials (Cost Only)Other Direct Costs (ODCs) in support of all CLINs/SLINsIncidental Materials in support of all CPAF LOE CLINs/SLINsDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).
33Thank You for Attending and for Your Interest in AEGIS SI&T Closing RemarksPlease pass any questions you have recorded during this session to the end of the row for collection, or drop in box on way outA copy of today’s briefing and responses to questions will be posted to NECO and FedBizOppsEstimated Issuance of Final Solicitation: 1st Qtr FY13Thank You for Attending and for Your Interest in AEGIS SI&TDISTRIBUTION STATEMENT F: Further dissemination only as directed by IWS 1.0 (SEP 2012).