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1 Peerless Technologies Corporation
An SBA-Certified 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Business Capable and Ready to Support SSC Atlantic C4ISR and Enterprise Requirements Introduction and Capabilities Information Technology Services Intelligence Technologies Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) Innovation and Research

2 Peerless Snapshot Extensive Federal Gov’t Experience
Established as a small business in 2000 Certified as an 8(a) SDB in 2008; certified through November 2017 GSA Schedules: SeaPort-e Sub IT Services Intelligence Technologies Advisory and Assistance Services Innovation and Research IT Professional Service (Schedule 70) FABS (Schedule 520) 8(a) STARS II (Anticipated 2010) PES Refresh 13 (Anticipated 2010) $6M, Financially strong, award-winning 8(a) small business Highly-credentialed, loyal employees 72 professionals; over 50 percent hold Secret or Top Secret clearances Lean corporate infrastructure ensures value-added pricing Exclusive CyberMatrix multi-station lab environment ISO 9001:2008 Certified CMM-I Level 3 (Anticipated 2010) Systems Engineering/Pgm Mgt Top Secret facility, 3 SCIFs, and FSO Broad Partnership Base Means Low-Risk Small Business and Diversity Of Capabilities

3 Michael Bridges Carly Cox Andrea Kunk Brian Apwisch Doug Burkett
President “Peerless takes a balanced approach to providing cost-effective and value-added solutions to our customers.” Carly Cox Contracts Administrator Andrea Kunk CFO Brian Apwisch Manager, HR “Peerless offers DCAA-compliant contract, financial, and human resource management processes to ensure repeatable project success.” Doug Burkett Senior VP, IT Services Jerry Tritle VP, Business Development Kurt Harendza VP, Innovation & Research Services “Peerless provides risk-managed technical solutions for business success that satisfies our customers’ mission requirements and produces customer loyalty.”

4 Highly-Educated and Credentialed Staff
Education Level Years of Experience “Great People, Great Facilities!” 4

5 Nationwide Operating Locations
Richland, WA - DoE p Chicago, IL - DoE p Dayton, OH - DoD p p p Miamisburg, OH - DoE Cincinnati, OH - DoE p Charleston, SC – DoD Planned 2010 p San Antonio, TX – DoD Paducah, KY - DoE p Shalimar, FL - DoD Headquarters – Dayton, OH Eight Operating Locations Nationwide p “Proudly Serving Federal Customers Nationwide!”

6 Core Competencies Air Force/DoD Experience IT Services
Enterprise Information Technology Data Repository (EITDR) Scientific and Technical Information (STINFO) Enterprise System (STES) Air Force Materiel Command Workflow Air Force Security Assistance Center (AFSAC) Inspector General Evaluation Management System (IGEMS) Life-Cycle Support/Baseline Change Request (BCR) Modifications Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) Air Force’s largest ERP Support to Architecture Development RICE support Service Oriented Architecture network and application layer Applet development IT Services Software engineering Software maintenance and sustainment Enterprise information management Levels I–III Help Desk Certification & Accreditation (DIACAP) Enterprise architecture development Enterprise data warehousing and database development COTS SW/HW acquisition and integration Test & evaluation Configuration management Business process mapping and re-engineering Workflow management (K2 blackpearl® and MS SharePoint®) Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Collaborative work environments

7 Core Competencies “Performance-Based Excellence” IT Services
Enterprise systems engineering Data storage, catalogue and retrieval Standardized data repositories Data cleansing and data fusion Collaborative work environments Automated decision aids Communications and network infrastructure Systems integration and prototyping Software development Configuration management Shared Services Air Force/DoD Experience Stock Control System (SCS) Contractor Supported Weapon Systems Data Exchange (CSWS DE) Automated Business Services System (ABSS) Legacy Sustainment Weapon System Management Information System (WSMIS) Purchase Request Process System (PRPS) Financial Information Resource System (FIRST) “Performance-Based Excellence” 7

8 Core Competencies “Experienced Prime in Research and SBIRs”
Intelligence Services Sensor technologies Network modeling Layered sensing Dynamic visualization Virtual and grid computing using open-source software Integration management Collaborative work environments Data management Data integration Human performance Modeling and simulation Research support Air Force/DoD Experience MATRIX Framework Grid Computing Air Force Airborne Hyperspectral Information (HSI) Architecture Study Adaptive Multi-layered Sensing Architectures (AMSA) for NASIC Universal Monitoring Platform for Interactive Real-time Expansive networks (UMPIRE) “Experienced Prime in Research and SBIRs”

9 Peerless Brings Legacy System and Data Migration to SSC-A ERP
We draw upon GCSS-AF, ECSS ERP RICE, and Data Architecture Technical Lead Experience We will support common data element vocabulary We will facilitate working groups, perform risk analysis, and develop an IMS while drawing from ERP implementation lessons learned We will approach data from an enterprise perspective versus a database-by- database perspective Our Peerless Team will: Perform data extraction role as accomplished in 96 SBSS as they migrated into the GCSS-AF data services environment Perform data mapping from source to target environment Use data modeling techniques used in the SBSS effort Use Supply Management Analysis Reporting Tool (SMART) Draw on experience from SBSS, SMART, LIMS EV

10 Core Competencies “Performance-Based Excellence”
Advisory and Assistance Services Administrative, Finance and Logistics Support Systems Engineering Project management Risk management Systems acquisition Configuration/data management Distance learning/curriculum development Earned Value Management ERP accounting Budgeting and cost analysis Security management Contracting services Litigation support Legal and regulatory compliancy Federal Government Experience 516 AESW Air Mobility Planning Program Office Cross domain mobility platforms Joint Avionics Development 640 AESS F-35 Lightening II Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Conference Support AFMC Financial Management, CFO Compliance Support “Performance-Based Excellence” 10

11 Core Competencies “Not Just Another IT Firm” Innovation and Research
Network modeling Virtual computing using open-source software Integration management Collaborative work environments Data management and integration Human performance Medical and biomedical research Environmental bio-terrorism support Medical specialties and MD support Clinical research Medical information systems Medical logistics “Not Just Another IT Firm” 11

12 Environmental Management Consolidated Business Center (EMCBC)
Customer U.S. Department of Energy Five Operating Locations Activities Environmental protection analysis Enterprise portfolio management using Primavera Risk management using stochastic and probabilistic models Earned Value Management using COBRA Quality assurance Project Operation Plan and Project Execution Plan compliance review Investigation management Training materials development Lessons learned Description The EMCBC’s mission is to complete the safe cleanup of the environmental legacy brought about by fifty years of nuclear weapons development and government-sponsored nuclear energy research. Peerless provides project management, professional engineering and technical services, and cost estimating and analysis support for EMCBC’s environmental management operations around the country, including efforts supported by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

13 711 Human Performance Wing Air Force Research Lab (AFRL)
Activities Medical Logistics Management BRAC Transition Planning and Logistics Administration Public Health Liaison between USAFSAM and Calamityville Project Management, PMRs, and Training First Responder Disaster Response Mgt Information Management/IT Support Financial Management and Analysis Operational Aerospace Medical Research Epidemiological Lab Support Data Analysis, Epi Consult Services Support Program Management of large-scale labs International Training Support Description Peerless is providing extensive human performance, human factors engineering, and A&AS support to AFRL’s 711 Human Performance Wing’s (HPW) USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). Peerless is providing aerospace medical support during the 711 HPW transition from Brooks City-Base, Texas, to Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio as a result of BRAC.

14 MATRIX Framework Multi-Modal Advanced Technology for Real-Time Information eXchange
Customer AFRL/IFSD Activities Prototype Grid-based MATRIX Collaboration Framework Information, Notification, Messaging, Data Access and Storage, Collaboration Services, and Security Services Multi-Resource Polymorphic Collaboration Specific plug-ins targeted at C2, M&S, and Emergency Preparedness Description Performed Phase I (April 2005), Phase II awarded (April 2006) MATRIX is a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) project. The MATRIX effort is about research for new and innovative ways to share, detect, manage, control, disseminate, and mine data.

15 Chem Bio Sensor Wizard for Engineering Environment Protection (CB SWEEP)
Customer U.S. Department of Homeland Security Activities Custom software development Application hosting Optimization algorithm development Biological and sensor analyses Chem/Bio agent concentration modeling Prototype system design using spiral development methods DHS-approved sensors range and sensitivity validation Vulnerability assessment Pilot testing Risk analyses Description This Phase II SBIR is sponsored by DHS Science and Technology. CB SWEEP is a system capable of quickly designing a Chem Bio sensor network. The hosted solution allows non-expert building managers to architect the most effective placement of Chem Bio sensors for typical building applications, thus avoiding costly and lengthy engineering studies.  “First Ohio Company to Win a DHS SBIR!”

16 Taking Steps to Serve SPAWAR
Established, successful small business with new 8(a), small disadvantaged business status as of November 2008 ERP experienced in Business Transformation, SOA, and legacy system and data migration to the ERP Quality Management System registered as ISO 9001:2008 certified Financially sound and community involved Able to bid small/large efforts and execute at contract award Established infrastructure Security, HR, Contracts, Finance, Business Development, Program Control, Graphic Design, Technical Communication Excellent past performance and DoD Contractor Performance Assessment Reports Established partnerships with large and small companies (e.g., SAIC, CSC, and BAE Systems)

17 Peerless Contacts 2300 National Road Fairborn, OH 45324 Phone: Fax: Name Title Telephone Jerry Tritle Vice President, Business Development Fran O’Connor Senior Partner Interested in teaming arrangements with large and small businesses Ready to support bid and proposal efforts Ready to EXECUTE upon award Ready to show commitment to SPAWAR and to the community “Responsive POCs Specializing in Performance Excellence!”

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