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1 TITLE OF PROJECT PROPOSAL NUMBER Principal Investigator PI’s Organization ESTCP Selection Meeting DATE

2 Project Team ● This slide should list the PI and co-performer(s) names and organization(s). ● If you are executing your project with no co-performers, this slide is not required. NOTE: Throughout this template, recommendations are provided as to the number of slides needed for each section of the brief. Regardless of the number of slides you ultimately use, plan your brief to be no more than 30 minutes uninterrupted (not including your backup slides). 2

3 Problem Statement ● Clearly state the environmental problem the technology or methodology demonstration is addressing and its relevance and importance to DoD. ● Identify the current approach (if one exists) to this problem and its shortcomings. NOTE: Limit to one slide only. 3

4 Technical Objectives ● Briefly describe the technical objective(s) of your demonstration project overall. NOTES: 1. Limit to one slide only. 2. This section is meant to orient the selection committee on the overall objectives of the project. 4

5 Technology/Methodology Description ● Describe the technology or methodology in sufficient detail to provide an accurate and factual understanding of its theory, functionality, and operation. ● As appropriate, provide an overall schematic or flow diagram. ● Discuss how the technology or methodology is innovative. NOTE: Limit to two to three slides. 5

6 Technology/Methodology Maturity ● Provide evidence that the technology or methodology is mature enough for demonstration (include references and past funding history).  Provide a brief description of any previous related demonstrations.  Summarize data and studies justifying the expected performance.  Discuss any additional development, design, field, or laboratory work that is required prior to demonstration. NOTE: Limit to two to three slides. 6

7 Technical Approach ● Provide a detailed overview of how the project will be conducted to address the technical objectives. ● Include a brief description of the proposed demonstration site(s), if known. If the site has not yet been selected, discuss required site characteristics for an optimal demonstration. ● Provide the performance objectives. ● Provide a broad overview of the test design. Discuss the scope of proposed demonstration and relate the planned data collection to the performance objectives. ● Include a description of the data analyses that will be conducted to determine whether the success criteria for the performance objectives have been met. NOTE: This section should consist of several slides and should be the focus of the presentation. Additional descriptors are included in the full proposal instructions for all sections. 7

8 Technical Risks ● Identify potential issues of concern and technical risks in taking the technology or methodology from the research phase to proposed scale of demonstration. ● Identify any assumptions that have been made that, if not realized, could impact the successful implementation of the project. ● Discuss how risks will be managed. ● If the demonstration is not a full scale, discuss any scale- up issues that will remain at the conclusion of a successful demonstration. NOTE: Limit to one slide only. 8

9 Related Efforts ● Provide information on any relationship to other similar projects. ● Identify funding sources for these efforts. NOTE: Limit to one slide only. 9

10 Expected DoD Benefit ● Describe the expected benefit in terms of environmental impact and/or reduced cost, as applicable. ● Assess the environmental benefit per site or implementation and the expected aggregate benefit for DoD. ● Provide realistic projections of the number of DoD sites or facilities where the technology or methodology can be deployed. ● Discuss how the information obtained from the demonstration will enable adoption of the technology or methodology throughout DoD. ● Estimate the expected return on investment (cost of implementation versus savings) and the time for payback. ● Discuss the life cycle cost and advantages over current approaches, if one exists. NOTE: Limit to one to two slides. 10

11 Schedule of Milestones Tasks Q1Q2Q3Q4Q5Q6Q7Q8Q9Q10Q11Q12 1. Title 2. Title 3. Title 4. Title 5. Reporting DP FR C&P DP – Demonstration Plan FR – Final Report C&P – Cost & Performance Report Provide a project schedule with expected milestones and deliverables for the duration of the project in the form of a Gantt chart (example below). Ensure all required ESTCP deliverables are included, in accordance with the full proposal instructions. * Identify any decisions points. * 11

12 Schedule of Milestones (continued) ● Explicitly identify any development, design, baseline characterization, field, laboratory, or treatability work that is required prior to demonstration. ● Estimate the time required for the demonstration. Include the planned initiation and completion dates for critical events, including but not limited to equipment installation, monitoring, fieldwork, data analysis, and other key activities as appropriate. ● Include expected submission dates to the ESTCP Office for the first draft and completed final document for Demonstration Plans and Final Reports. Cost and Performance Reports are due when the final version of the Final Report is submitted. Separate first draft and final submission dates by a two-month period to allow time for ESTCP review. 12

13 Technology Transition ● Describe the method by which the technology or methodology will be transitioned to end user(s) or commercialized. ● Specify how technology transfer methods will differ to reach appropriate audiences (i.e., regulators, consultants, etc.). ● Describe any proposed guidance documents that will assist in future implementation (i.e., guidance, design, and/or protocol documents). ● Explicitly identify potential first DoD users and follow-on implementation. ● Identify any DoD or service programs that are responsible for technology or methodology implementation or relevant requirements or regulations that will effect transition. ● If there are known institutional or regulatory barriers that will affect the transition, they should be described in this section along with recommendations for addressing these barriers. NOTE: Limit to one to two slides. 13

14 Cost Estimate ● Provide a table that summarizes the requested ESTCP funds by performer by fiscal year. Cost should be listed in thousands of dollars ($K) and rounded to the nearest thousand. PerformerFY15 ($K)FY16 ($K)FY17 ($K) Performer Performer 2100 Performer 350 Total Grand Total700 14

15 Project Leveraged Funding ● Provide a table that delineates all leveraged funding for the project for each fiscal year. This should include direct funding support and in-kind support. If a performer is providing support (for example, XYZ Co. is receiving ESTCP funds but also providing in-kind support), then that should be indicated. PerformerFY15 ($K)FY16 ($K)FY17 ($K) Funding Source 1*2550 Funding Source 2*7565 Performer 3**30 Total Grand Total420 * Direct Funding Support ** In-Kind Support 15

16 Backup Slides

17 ESTCP Review Comments ● Provide a summary of the ESTCP review comments and responses here. ● Include any other support material here. 17


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