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1 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Brad Baker GRC Procurement Officer

2 9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS-3 Harry Cikanek
Welcome 9:00 - 9:05 AM Welcome and Introductions Brad Baker 9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS-3 Harry Cikanek Request for Proposal (RFP) 9:15 - 9:35 AM Procurement, Contracting Officer Leah Stervagi Koury 9:35 - 9:45 AM Cost Templates & Instructions Daniel Rodriguez Break 9:45 – 10:00 AM

3 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Harry Cikanek Deputy Director, Engineering Directorate

4 AGENDA Welcome 9:00 - 9:05 AM Welcome and Introductions Brad Baker 9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS-3 Harry Cikanek Request for Proposal (RFP) 9:15 - 9:35 AM Procurement, Contracting Officer Leah Stervagi Koury 9:35 - 9:45 AM Cost Templates & Instructions Daniel Rodriguez Break 9:45 – 10:00 AM

5 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch (off site) 12:00 - 1:30 PM

6 Afternoon Concurrent Sessions
1:30 - 2:30 PM Joint Venture Presentation and Questions (Auditorium) Parallel Breakout Sessions 1:30 - 4:00 PM 1) One-on-One Question and Answer (Pre-registered) (CO and COTR) 2) Meeting Room (15 minute sessions) (Pre-registered) 2:30 - 4:00 PM 3) Small Business Breakout (Pre-registered)

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8 GESS – 3 Summary Overall Requirements
This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  Bulk of activities will be in mixed teams. These activities include: Engineering Support Research and Technology Development Support Operations Support Project Management Support

9 Space Flight Systems (SFS)
Space Operations Communication, Navigation, Networking Reconfigurable Testbed (CoNNeCT) Space Communication and Navigation (SCaN) ISS Exploration Systems Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Space Launch Systems Science Radioisotope Power Systems Mars Ascent Vehicle NEXT Space Technology Power In-Space Propulsion Cryogenics

10 Aviation Safety Program
Aeronautics Research Fundamental Aeronautics Program Conduct fundamental research that will produce innovative concepts, tools, and technologies to enable revolutionary changes for vehicles that fly in all speed regimes. Integrated Systems Research Program Aviation Safety Program Conduct cutting-edge research that will produce innovative concepts, tools, and technologies to improve the intrinsic safety attributes of current and future aircraft. Conduct research at an integrated system-level on promising concepts and technologies and explore/assess/demonstrate the benefits in a relevant environment Aeronautics Test Program Preserve and promote the testing capabilities of one of the United States’ largest, most versatile and comprehensive set of flight and ground-based research facilities.

11 Facilities & Technical Services
Master Plan drawing support Building Floor Plans at Lewis Field Acoustic Test Lab Hardware support Single Spool Turbine Facility Design & Construction support Bldg 8 Briefing Center PSL Icing Hardware design Vibro-Acoustic Test Capability at SPF (Plum Brook) drawing support

12 Summary Welcome We look forward to a productive day
Answer your questions (note-cards) Gain your feedback on draft RFP Ensure understanding of our solicitation and needs We want the best possible proposals Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

13 9:00 - 9:05 AM Welcome and Introductions Brad Baker
9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS Harry Cikanek Request for Proposal (RFP) 9:15 - 9:35 AM Procurement, Contracting Officer Leah Stervagi Koury 9:35 - 9:45 AM Cost Templates & Instructions Daniel Rodriguez Break 9:45 – 10:00 AM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

14 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract
Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Leahmarie Stervagi Koury Contracting Officer

15 Overview BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF EFFORT/NEED:
This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to the Glenn Research Center. It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  This includes:  Engineering Support (60%) Research and Technology Development Support (37%) Project Support (2%) Operations Support (1%) Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

16 Overview (Cont'd) Contract Type CPFF base and CPAF IDIQ Element Type of Competition Competitive 8(a) Set-Aside Contract Period 5 years (3 year base, 1 two-year option) Phase-In Period 60 days included as part of the contract (FFP) Place of Performance NASA Glenn Research Center and Contractor’s local facility Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

17 Overview (Cont'd) Relevant Importance of Mission Suitability is essentially equal to Evaluation Factors Past Performance, which is essentially equal to Cost. Mission Suitability and Past Performance, when combined, are substantially more important than Cost. **In the event that any information a potential Offeror receives during Industry Day or any subsequent time conflicts with the FINAL RFP and amendments(if any), the information in the final RFP and amendments (if any) take precedence and should be followed.** 

18 New Contract Structure
IDIQ Task Task 3. Base Other Direct Costs Task 1. Contract Administration, Business Management, and GESS-3 Work Control System Task 2. Engineering Support Environment Task 4. Base Support Requirements Engineering Research and Technology Development Operations Project Management GESS-3 CONTRACT

19 Definition of Base/IDIQ
On-going, repetitive, routine technical activities supporting the overall mission of the Center. Example: Aeronautics research IDIQ – technical activities above Base with one or more requirements defined as Start and end dates Deliverables Separate funding/financial reporting Substantive dollar amount Schedules – both program and deliverables Procurements – all procurements required through the performance need Alternative Future Use Questionnaire (AFUQ) for capital asset determination

20 Link to Posted NAIS Documents
Any Center Level Procedure applicable to this procurement will be provided as a zipped document in NAIS

21 Contact Information All GESS-3 Draft RFP questions/comments need to be sent IN WRITING ONLY to: – Contracting Officer The completed Past Performance Questionnaires are to be sent to: – Contract Specialist Do NOT contact either via phone, as we cannot answer questions and will have limited availability Please note you can contact me to try to set up a meeting with the CO/COTR AFTER Industry Day and before the anticipated blackout (April 25, 2011). These will be offered as availability allows.

22 GESS-3 Schedule as of April 5, 2011
Issue Draft RFP April 5, 2011 Industry Day April 13, 2011 Issue Final RFP May 10, 2011 Proposals Received June 29, 2011 Initial Selection/Comp. Range August 8, 2011 Discussions (if necessary) August 8 – August 23, 2011 Final Evaluation September 16, 2011 SSA Presentation September 26, 2011 Contract Award October 26, 2011 Phase-in Order Issued November 1 – December 31, 2011 Full Performance Date January 1, 2012

23 Near-time Important Dates
April 22, Last day to submit any questions/ comments to Contracting Officer April 25, Beginning of Blackout period May 10, Final RFP Release (Anticipated)

24 9:00 - 9:05 AM Welcome and Introductions Brad Baker
9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS-3 Harry Cikanek Request for Proposal (RFP) 9:15 - 9:35 AM Procurement, Contracting Officer Leah Stervagi Koury 9:35 - 9:45 AM Cost Templates & Instructions Daniel Rodriguez Break 9:45 – 10:00 AM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

25 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Daniel Rodriguez Price Analyst

26 Cost Templates and Instructions

27 Template Information Template 1 is a Summary Template; captures total costs proposed for all Base Tasks and Phase-in; contains Government estimated IDIQ amounts which shall not be altered by Offerors Template 1 contains section for Offeror to insert proposed Award Fee Rates to be used by Government in calculating Maximum Award Fee Pools Templates 2, 4, 6, and 7 will capture total costs proposed for each task; Templates 3, 5, and 8 will capture direct labor proposed for Tasks 1, 2, and 4; Task 3 is solely for Other Direct Costs and does not contain a corresponding labor template

28 Template Information Template 9 shall be completed for each indirect rate proposed; duplicate as necessary Template 10 indicates the total staffing level proposed; includes all subcontractor labor

29 Cost/Template Instructions
Cost/Template instructions are located in Section L Major subcontractors, defined as subcontractors having a contract value equal to or greater than 15% of the total contract value over the five year performance period, are required to submit their own set of Cost Templates Small subcontractors, defined as subcontractors performing 120 hours or less of work in a given contract year, shall be included in Template 6 (which pertains to Task 3: Base Other Direct Costs) Base is Fixed Fee; IDIQ is Award Fee (with an Award Fee Pool to be shared by prime and subcontractors)

30 Welcome 9:00 - 9:05 AM Welcome and Introductions Brad Baker 9:05 - 9:15 AM Introduction to GESS-3 Harry Cikanek Request for Proposal (RFP) 9:15 - 9:35 AM Procurement, Contracting Officer Leah Stervagi Koury 9:35 - 9:45 AM Cost Templates & Instructions Daniel Rodriguez Break 9:45 – 10:00 AM

31 10:00 - 10:15 AM Tasks 1-3 Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski
Statement of Work (SOW) 10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM

32 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support - 3 (GESS-3) Contract Irene Cierchacki GESS-3 Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR)

33 Statement of Work Contractor Scope
Perform Engineering, Research and Technology Development, Operations, and Project Management Furnish all personnel, facilities, equipment, material, supplies and services, except that provided as Government Furnished Property. Comply in accordance with established and applicable NASA and GRC documents for requirements, policies, procedures, standards, specifications, and instructions. Review all requirements for identification of possible technologies to support the GRC technical commercialization activities.

34 Figure 1: GESS-3 Contract Structure
Statement of Work IDIQ Task Task 3. Base Other Direct Costs Task 1. Contract Administration, Business Management and GESS-3 Work Control System Task 2. Engineering Support Environment Task 4. Base Support Requirements Engineering Research and Technology Development Operations Project Management GESS-3 CONTRACT Figure 1: GESS-3 Contract Structure

35 Statement of Work BASE On-going, repetitive, routine technical activities support the overall mission of the Center. Requirements will be issued under Work Orders CO or COTR will authorized the work orders under the Technical Direction Clause of the contract. Majority of the requirements will be issued as part of the Base Support Requirement Task. Contractors shall proposed appropriate labor resources, costs, establishing budgets, develop major milestone schedule, monitor actual progress against plan identify problems and take appropriate corrective action. Contractor shall apply the appropriate proposed allocation of costs associated with Task 1 and Task 2 to the ODC and Support Requirements of Task 3 and Task 4.

36 Statement of Work INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY (IDIQ)
Technical activities with elements such as: Period of Performance (Start and end dates) Unique technical skills not presently in the Base Deliverables Separate funding and financial reporting Substantive dollar value Schedules and Milestones, and Procurements – all procurements required through the performance need Alternative Future Use Questionnaire (AFUQ) for capital asset determination Requirements will be issued under Task Orders CO will authorize approval Contractor shall be responsible for applying and estimating all applicable costs, proposing appropriate labor resources, establishing budgets, developing a major milestone schedule, monitoring actual progress against plan, identifying risks and problems, and taking appropriate corrective action. The Contractor shall include all appropriate costs to IDIQ requirements based on the GESS-3 Contract Structure.

37 Statement of Work C2.3 TASK 1 – CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, AND GESS-3 WORK CONTROL SYSTEM Requirements in this section shall be covered by TASK 1 and not contained in any other Base Task C CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Contractor shall Institute and Maintain an organization, responsible for management and oversight of Contractor personnel, other contract resources, GPF, contract performance, deliverables, and costs. Develop, implement and maintain business management functions and systems to accomplish contract work. Ensure an effective, efficient and responsive management system. Perform and integrate business and administrative function. Develop and implement management approaches for identifying, analyzing, planning, tracking, mitigating, controlling, communicating, and documenting contract related risks. Promptly alert the CO and COTR of any problems that adversely impact schedule and cost of products and services. Initiate and maintain regular and effective communications with the CO and COTR. BASE Task 1. Contract Administration and Business Management, and GESS-3 Work Control System

38 Statement of Work C GESS-3 WORK CONTROL SYSTEM Contractor shall: Provide an automated system(s) to manage the GESS-3 Contract Structure (Base and IDIQ requirements). Incorporate, at a minimum, requirements and elements defined in ATTACHMENT A – GESS-3 WORK CONTROL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS. Users Flow Diagram Modules System Requirements Module Requirements Roles and Responsibilities Forms Schedule Ensure requirements in the phasing schedule are met on or prior to the dates Ensure the conversion of GESS-2 requirement (Tasks Orders) to GESS-3 Work Orders or Task Orders prior to contract Full Performance. Maintain all Rights to the system, however the government will have sole and full Rights to the data in the system Make all such data available to the Government through, at a minimum Microsoft Office Suite on both PC and Macintosh platforms with minimum configuration NASA Standards. BASE Task 1. Contract Administration and Business Management, and GESS-3 Work Control System

39 BASE Task 3. Base Other Direct Costs
Statement of Work C2.5 TASK 3 – BASE OTHER DIRECT COSTS (ODC) Requirements in this section shall be covered by TASK 3 and not contained in any other Base Task Include non-labor purchases to directly meet the SOW requirements. Short term subcontractor is within scope of this task. Examples: Equipment (other than IT) Materials Travel Licenses Training Short term subcontract requirements BASE Task 3. Base Other Direct Costs

40 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support - 3 (GESS-3) Contract Robert Zalewski Task 2 – Engineering Support Environment

41 Statement of Work C2.4 TASK 2 – ENGINEERING SUPPORT ENVIRONMENT
Requirements in this section shall be covered by TASK 2 and not contained in any other Base Task. No other requirements under the GESS-3 contract shall include IT support or services. ATTACHMENT B: GESS-3 Engineering Support Environment Req’s Examples: Installation, configuration, integration, deployment, and User support of required Engineering Applications listed in ATTACHMENT B. Maintain a Engineering Software vendor database and license management/Usage database required to maintain and track Engineering Applications. Perform System Administrative duties required to install, configure, integrate, and do performance tuning of systems to support the Engineering Applications. Coordination with Agency and Centralized desktop, networking, and other IT Service providers to integrate Engineering Applications into the overall computing environment. Support and maintain the required Engineering IT architecture and security program needed to meet established guidelines in providing the Engineering Applications required to meet the Mission of Engineering and NASA. Coordinate Short term subcontract requirements, if required, to provide additional technical assistance to support the Engineering Application required. BASE Task 2. Engineering Support Environment

42 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

43 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Sue Gaudreau Facilities Division, Chief Engineering Management Branch Task 4 - Facilities

44 Scope of Work This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  This includes:  Engineering Support Mechanical, electrical, fluids, space propulsion, structural, thermal, and systems Research and Technology Development Support Space processes and experiments, biological science and technology, communications, instrumentation and controls, and structure and dynamic research Operations Support Facilities engineering and testing engineering Project Support Configuration/Data management, EVM, and scheduling

45 Facilities and Test Directorate (F) Director: Dr. Rickey J. Shyne
Deputy Director: Anita D. Liang Aircraft Operations Office (FA) Chief: Alan J. Micklewright Deputy: Kurt S. Blankenship Planning and Integration Office (FB) Chief: Susan L. Kevdzija Facilities Division (FD) Chief: Dallas Lauderdale, Jr. Deputy: Richard A. Danks Testing Division (FT) Chief: Jeffrey E. Haas Deputy: Jeffrey A. Swan Engineering Management Branch (FDE) Chief: Sue A. Gaudreau Facility Management and Planning Office (FTA) Chief: Linda C. Elonen-Wright Aviation Environments Test Engineering Branch (FTB) Chief: Luis K. Beltran Program Management Office (FDM) Chief: Renee D. Palyo Aviation Environments Technical Branch (FTC) Chief: Vincent E. Satterwhite Deputy: Vacant Wind Tunnel and Propulsion Test Branch (FTD) Chief: John F. Leone Assistant Branch Chief: Regina B. Kelly Operations Management Branch (FDO) Chief: James J. Onest Space Power and Propulsion, Communication and Instrumentation Branch (FTF) Chief: Shelly Doehne Acting Deputy: Jim Fleet (3/20-4/20) Space Combustion and Materials Branch (FTH) Chief: John F. Schubert Assistant Branch Chief: Peter F. Klein Project Management Branch (FDP) Chief: Gene L. Stygles Data Systems Branch (FTK) Chief: Joseph W. Panek Systems Management Branch (FDS) Chief: Robert Puzak

46 Facilities Division Facilities Engineering Support Institutional
Architectural Civil Structural Mechanical Electrical Drafting Central Process System (CPS) Controls

47 Facilities Division Institutional
Engineers support capital projects like the Main Gate (CoF), in-house designs (Bldg 8 Briefing Center) and other research/building occupant work orders coming into FD. A FD project team is assigned to the project/work order task, this team is composed of a project manager and an engineering team. The project team follows the project from requirements phase through the completed construction. In-house designs – architects and engineers assigned to these projects produce the contract documents, i.e. drawings and specifications. FDE follows construction by reviewing submittals and responding to question that come up in the field. A&E designs – FDE reviews the designs produced by outside firms and become the engineers of record during construction.

48 Facilities Division Central Process System Configuration Management
Engineers and draftsmen support the engineering requests of FDE’s System Managers. The engineers design process and valve controls, motor controls, electrical substation interfaces with CCB (B143), large/small motors and exciters, variable frequency controls and mechanical system controls for the compressors, service air, exhaustors, and cooling towers. Configuration Management Architectural, civil, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, piping, fire protection, drafting services to convert Facility project drawings into record drawings.

49 Testing Division Test Engineering Design Support
Test Facility Modifications Structural Mechanical Electrical Drafting Rig Adaptive Hardware

50 Testing Division Test Facility Modifications
GESS engineers provide design support to modify the GRC test facilities for improved or enhanced capability GESS engineers and draftsmen support the engineering requests of FT’s System Engineers. The engineers design test cell modifications, piping run improvements, evaluate existing designs.

51 Facilities & Technical Services
Master Plan drawing support Building Floor Plans at Lewis Field Acoustic Test Lab Hardware support Single Spool Turbine Facility Design & Construction support Bldg 8 Briefing Center PSL Icing Hardware design Vibro-Acoustic Test Capability at SPF (Plum Brook) drawing support

52 Summation Engineering Support Configuration Management
Architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, controls, and electrical engineering Ground-based test facilities including wind tunnels, air-breathing engine test stands, engine component facilities, space simulation chambers Configuration Management Record drawing management, inclusive of drafting and field verification, for institutional, test facility systems and equipment

53 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

54 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Scott R
Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Scott R. Graham Associate Director, Space Flight Systems Directorate Task 4 - Project Management Support

55 Scope of Work This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  This includes:  Engineering Support Mechanical, electrical, fluids, space propulsion, structural, thermal, and systems Research and Technology Development Support Space processes and experiments, biological science and technology, communications, instrumentation and controls, and structure and dynamic research Operations Support Facilities engineering and testing engineering Project Management Support Configuration/Data management, EVM, and scheduling

56 Space Flight Systems Space Technology Exploration Systems
Power In-Space Propulsion Cryogenics Exploration Systems Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Space Launch System ISS Research Space Operations Communications & Navigation Science Radioisotope Power Systems Ion propulsion Mars Ascent Vehicle

57 Glenn Current Flight Projects
Crew/Service Module CoNNeCT Radioisotope Power Systems (RPS) Co-lead with JSC the management of the design, development, verification and certification Crew & Service Module (CSM) ISS National Lab validating key technologies in communications, networking and navigation with reconfigurable Software Defined Radios Agency Level Program Office assigned to GRC Advanced Stirling Radioisotope Generator (ASRG) flight system development International Space Station (ISS) Microgravity Space Experiments: fluid physics, combustion science, and materials experiments Sustaining engineering for the ISS Electrical Power System Launch Systems In-Space Propulsion Support MSFC Heavy Lift Program Lead payload shroud element, TVC, power, and other vehicle subsystems NASA Evolutionary Xenon Thruster (NEXT) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

58 RPS Program Office (MR) Program/Project Integration
Space Flight Systems Directorate (M) Strategic Capability Integration RPS Program Office (MR) Program/Project Integration Office (MB) Space Science Project Office (MA) Exploration Flight And Development Project Office (MX) Space Operations Project Office (MS) Launch and Crewed Systems Office (MXS) Space Technology Office (MXT) Aerospace Communications Office (MSC) ISS and Crew Health Office (MSI)

59 Glenn’s Strategic Goals
Goal 1 Provide world-class research and technology, revolutionizing aeronautics and space exploration. Goal 2 Advance space missions and aeronautics by leveraging our core competencies to deliver concept-through-flight systems. Goal 3 Deliver program and project management excellence that results in successful missions for our customers and challenging, long-term assignments for continued achievements. Goal 4 Provide excellent institutional capability to enable NASA mission success. Goal 5 Be an integral part of the Ohio community and the Nation.

60 Project Management Support
Goal 3 (Project Management Excellence) requires rigorous project management tools, processes, and procedures Including Configuration and Data Management Schedules Including Resource-Loaded Schedules Earned Value Management The framework for this rigor lies in: Glenn Procedural Requirements (GLPRs) Program/Project Management Execution Toolkit The following video will provide an introductory overview of the implementation of these at GRC

61 Summary GRC has significant project management responsibilities in several key areas The GESS-3 contractor support is vital to our success and an important part of our team Success requires adherence to, and implementation of, rigorous processes and procedures in several key areas The GESS-3 contractor will be expected to operate within this rigorous framework of processes, procedures, and other NASA and GRC requirements

62 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

63 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support - 3 (GESS-3) Contract Dr
Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support - 3 (GESS-3) Contract Dr. Jih-Fen Lei Director, Research & Technology Task 4 - Research &Technology Development Support

64 Scope of Work This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  This includes:  Engineering Support Mechanical, electrical, fluids, space propulsion, structural, thermal, and systems Research and Technology Development Support Aeropropulsion, Power, In-Space propulsion, Communication, Instrumentation & Controls, Space processes and experiments, and structures and materials research Operations Support Facilities engineering and testing engineering Project Support Configuration/Data management, EVM, and scheduling

65 Research and Technology Directorate (R)
Management Support and Integration Office (RB) Space Processes and Experiments Division (RE) Communications, Instrumentation and Controls Division (RH) Aeropropulsion Division (RT) Structures and Materials Division (RX) Power and In-Space Propulsion Division (RP) Research and Technology Directorate

66 Research & Technology Development Support
The Contractor shall perform core research and technology development at the NASA Glenn Research Center. Technical competencies include support for Airbreathing propulsion, turbomachinery, acoustics, icing Structures, materials Instrumentation, controls Power, in-space propulsion Physical science, and biomedical research Communication technology

67 Aeropropulsion Compressors Turbines Inlets Nozzles Combustors
Icing, Acoustics Turbines Nozzles Engine Systems Fuels/Propellants Aeronautics Access to Space Systems Components Icing Acoustics System Simulations Fundamental/Applied Research Alternative Fuels Combustion Diagnostics Core R&D Capabilities Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer Simulation Models Combustion Systems Anal Turbulence Transition Diagnostics Plasma Physics Icing Acoustics Turb/Chemical Kinet.

68 In-Space Propulsion Hall Ion Chemical
Electric and Chemical In-Space Propulsion and Propellants Ion Hall Chemical Cryogenics

69 Power Generation, Energy Storage and Conversion
Li-ion Batteries Fuel Cells Regenerative Fuel Cell Systems Electrochemistry Photovoltaic, Solar Arrays Thermal Energy Conversion Dual Closed-Brayton Test Loop Advanced Blankets and Arrays Thermophotovoltaics Stirling Convertor & Generator

70 Communications Research & Technology Development
Communication and Navigation Devices, Components, Networks and Architectures for Earth, Near-Earth, Lunar and Planetary Missions Advanced Antennas & Propagation Communications Components/Devices Digital Communications & Navigation Systems Network Architectures and Protocols Near Field Antenna Range Compact Range Antenna Facility Far Field Antenna Range RF Propagation Lab TWTA / Power Combiner Test Bed SSPA Test Bed Hi Temp SiC Wireless Ckt Lab SDR/STRS Lab CoNNeCT Integration Lab STRS Verification Lab Wireless Comm. Radio Lab AEVA Spacesuit Lab Modeling and Simulation Lab Mobile Networking Lab Network and Emulation Lab

71 Micro/Nano ElectroMechanical Facility Instrumentation
Instrumentation & Controls Sensors & Electronics Controls & Health Management Intelligent Control & Health Management High Temp Thin Film Sensor Smart Systems for Air and Space High Temp, High Power Electronics Active Control Technologies Optical Instrumentation & NDE Micro/Nano ElectroMechanical Systems Combustion Diagnostics 200 nm Facility Instrumentation NDE Electro-Optics & Mobile Sensors

72 Space Processes and Experiments Research & Technology
Bioscience and Technology Space Environment and Experiments Fluid Physics and Transport Combustion and Reacting Systems Prototype Smoke Detector 0-g g Capillary Flow Experiment (CFE) Improved Medical Device Technologies Space Environ. Simulation Conducts research to investigate the effects of space environment on physical, chemical and biological systems to develop a spectrum of innovative technologies that support and protect life during all phases of exploration missions and utilize available resources at their destination Physiology risk analysis and simulation Space and Planetary Env. Durability & Perf. Prediction Regolith Volatile Characterization (RVC) Reactor Light Microscopy Module (LMM) on ISS

73 Structure and Materials Research
Ultra-high temperature material and integrated TPS for reusable hypersonic vehicles Inflatable structure for Mars entry, descent, and landing Variable speed transmission for large tilt rotor High temperature alloys Smart materials Ceramics Polymers Composites High temperature reactions Protective coatings Mechanics of materials Life prediction Nanotechnology Structural optimization Probabilistic methodology Structural dynamics Rotordynamics Tribology Surface science Gears and bearings Terramechanics Seals Capabilities High Temperature Structure and Materials Multi-Functional Structures Active Structures Long-Life Mechanical Systems More Electric Power and Propulsion Multidisciplinary Themes High-temperature and lightweight gas turbine engine components Superconducting motor for turboelectric propulsion Lightweight radiators for Crew Exploration vehicle (CEV) Large composite structure for Ares V launch vehicle Durable components for radioisotope power system CEV heat shield seal Long-life lunar wheels and mechanisms ISS low impact docking seal

74 Summation Provide Research & Technology Development Support
Support Agency Aeronautics, Space Science, Space Exploration and Operation, Office of Chief Technology Missions Skill Sets of Interests: Airbreathing Propulsion, In-Space Propulsion, Power, Energy storage and Conversion, Communication, Physical Science, Biomedical Technology, Instrumentation & Controls, Materials and Structures.

75 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM

76 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Harry Cikanek Deputy Director, Engineering Directorate Task 4 – Engineering Support

77 D/Engineering Directorate
Engineering Directorate (D) Olga D. Gonzalez-Sanabria, Director Harry A. Cikanek III, Deputy Harvey L. Schabes, Operation Intg. Mgr. Management Integration Office (DB) Kimberly A. Dalgleish-Miller, Chief Chief Engineer Office (DT) Richard T. Manella, Chief Glen M. Horvat (SL), Deputy Mechanical and Fluid Systems Division (DE) Derrick J. Cheston, Chief Robert S. Jankovsky, Deputy Manufacturing Division (DM) William M. Foster, Chief Jeffrey C. Brown, Deputy Avionics and Electrical Systems Division (DP) Therese M. Griebel, Chief Dawn C. Emerson, Deputy James F. Soeder, ST Systems Engineering and Analysis Division (DS) John D. Taylor , Chief Timothy J. Wickenheiser, Deputy Julie A. Grantier, ST Marton Forkosh, Sys. Eng. Dev. Mgr. Fluids Systems Branch (DEF) Robert J. Buehrle, Chief Machining Branch (DMA) Michael E. Cawthon, Chief Avionics Branch (DPA) Timothy J. Ruffner, Chief Mission Design and Analysis Branch (DSB) Maria Babula, Chief Space Propulsion Branch (DEP) Robert S. Jankovsky, Acting Chief Fabrication and Instrumentation Branch (DMB) Gregory C. Blank, Chief Flight Communications Branch (DPC) Lawrence W. Wald, Chief Systems Definition & Communications Br. (DSE) Frank Gati, Acting Chief Mechanical And Rotating Branch (DER) Kelly J. McEntire, Chief Manufacturing Engineering & Processes Branch (DMC) Jack W. Dalzell, Chief Electrical and Electro- Magnetics Branch (DPE) James V. Soltis, Acting Chief Systems Integration Branch (DSI) Joseph M. Roche, Chief Applied Structural Mechanics Branch (DES) Mei-Hwa Liao, Chief Diagnostics and Data Systems Branch (DPI) Robert M. Button, Chief Power Systems Engineering Branch (DSP) David J. Hoffman, Chief Thermal Systems Branch (DET) Duane E. Beach, Chief Power Systems Development Branch (DPP) Anastacio N. Baez, Chief Propulsion and Control Systems Eng. Br. (DSS) Stanley K. Borowski, Chief Structural Systems Dynamics Branch (DEV) Dexter Johnson, Chief Flight Software Engineering Branch (DPS) Laura A. Maynard-Nelson, Chief Systems Verification & Operations Branch (DSV) Dennis W. Rohn, Chief Mechanical Design Branch (DEZ) David A.Petrarca, Chief (Update-4/8/11) sf

78 Scope of Work This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC It is the primary contract whereby the Center receives engineering and scientific support.  This includes:  Engineering Support Mechanical, electrical, fluids, space propulsion, structural, thermal, and systems Research and Technology Development Support Space processes and experiments, biological science and technology, communications, instrumentation and controls, and structure and dynamic research Operations Support Facilities engineering and testing engineering Project Support Configuration/Data management, EVM, and scheduling

79 Overview Contractor shall provide full range of integrated engineering services Across life cycle from concept exploration through development, manufacturing, flight / mission sustainment and disposal Typically work in integrated cross discipline teams Engineering Technical Support Technical Support to Chief Engineer Systems and Discipline Engineering Mechanical and Fluids Avionics and Electrical Systems Engineering and Analysis Manufacturing Engineering

80 Mechanical and Fluids C2.6.1.2 MECHANICAL AND FLUIDS SUPPORT
C Fluid Systems C Space Propulsion C Mechanical and Rotating Systems C Applied Structural Mechanics C Thermal Systems C Structural Systems Dynamics C Mechanical Design

81 Avionics and Electrical, Manufacturing
C AVIONICS AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT C Avionics C Flight Communications C Electrical and Electromagnetics C Diagnostic and Data Systems C Power Systems Development C Flight Software Engineering C MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

82 Systems Engineering and Analysis
C SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS C Mission Design and Analysis C Power Systems Engineering C Communications Systems Engineering C Product Development Systems Engineering C Systems Integration C Propulsion System Engineering C Controls Analysis C Systems Verification C Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

83 Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM Source Selection Information - See FAR and FAR and NFS

84 Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support-3 (GESS-3) Contract Gary Kelm Chief, Program and Project Assurance Division Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA)

85 Scope of Work This contract provides Engineering and Scientific Support Services to GRC. It includes the potential for S&MA support through an IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity) task. S&MA support may include: System Safety Engineering / Risk Management Hazards analysis, fault tree analysis, safety risk assessment Reliability Engineering / EEE Parts FMEA, PRA, R&M analysis, parts selection / de-rating Quality Assurance Establish inspection points, apply Lessons Learned / GIDEP Software Assurance Software safety analysis; code inspection; V&V Materials and Processes Material selection (flammability, toxicity) MIULs, MUAs, welding 85

86 Glenn Research Center (A) Director – Ramon Lugo
Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate (Q) Director – Thomas Hartline Deputy Director – Frank Robinson, Jr. Program Analyst – Annie Delgado-Holton Technical Assistant/Institutional Safety – Sina Javidi Program Chief Safety Officer (PCSO) – Frank Greco Institutional Chief Safety Officer (ICSO) – Manuel Dominguez CSO Management Support Assistant – Cherie Westbrooks Executive Support Assistant – Colleen Davis-Pearson Management Support Assistant – Mary A. Cuevas NASA Headquarters Chief, Safety and Mission Assurance Officer – Bryan O’Connor Plum Brook Reactor Decommissioning Program Office (QD) Program Manager – Keith Peecook Program and Project Assurance Division (QE) Chief – Gary Kelm Deputy Chief – Cynthia Calhoun Programmatic Chief Assurance Engineer– Jerri Ling Safety, Health, and Environmental Division (QS) Chief (Detail)– Osvaldo Rivera Deputy Chief – David Forth Institutional Chief Safety Assurance– TBA 86

87 Management Support Assistant – Linda S. Mayes
Program and Project Assurance Division (QE) Chief - Gary G. Kelm Deputy Chief - Cynthia C. Calhoun Programmatic Chief Assurance Engineer – Jerri S. Ling Business Manager - Jana M. Van Horn Management Support Assistant – Linda S. Mayes Management Support Assistant – Kathleen E. Jeffries Launch Vehicles Systems Team Team Lead Scott A. Numbers Space Systems & Aeronautics Research Team Team Lead Timothy D. Best Mission Success Support Team Team Lead Robert J. Makovec 87

88 Safety, Health, and Environmental Division (QS)
Chief (Detail) – Osvaldo Rivera Deputy Chief – David Forth Institutional Chief Assurance Engineer – TBA Business Manager – Dan White Management Support Assistant – Laura Zegarac Management Support Assistant – Paula Umlauf Plum Brook Team Amy Bower Construction Team Christine Greenwalt Facility Team James Smith Operations Team Luz Jeziorowski Compliance Team Priscilla Mobley Institutional Safety Support Environmental Management Occupational Health Support Construction Safety Construction Site Inspections Fall Protection Excavating Asbestos Abatement Lead Pressure Systems Vehicle Safety Crane/Lifting Devices Facilities Inspection Building Evac. Program Fire Prot/Emgcy Mgmt Office Safety Ventilation Indoor Air Quality NEPA Water/Air/Soil Shop Safety CERCLA Safety Permits Electrical Safety Lockout/Tagout Confined Spaces Explosives PPE Hot Works Radiation/Laser Hazardous Chem Chem Mgmt Waste Mgmt/RCRA Spill Control Audits ISO /VPP Compliance Validation - OSHA - EPA - NASA - NRC Manuals NASA/GRC Directives 88

89 Glenn Current Flight Projects
Crew/Service Module CoNNeCT Radioisotope Power Systems (RPS) Co-lead with JSC the management of the design, development, verification and certification Crew & Service Module (CSM) ISS National Lab validating key technologies in communications, networking and navigation with reconfigurable Software Defined Radios Agency Level Program Office assigned to GRC Advanced Stirling Radioisotope Generator (ASRG) flight system development International Space Station (ISS) Microgravity Space Experiments: fluid physics, combustion science, and materials experiments Sustaining engineering for the ISS Electrical Power System Launch Systems In-Space Propulsion Support MSFC Heavy Lift Program Lead payload shroud element, TVC, power, and other vehicle subsystems NASA Evolutionary Xenon Thruster (NEXT) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

90 Summary SMAD provides our expertise, tools, processes and procedures to provide assurance/oversight to GRC Research, Technology, Missions, and Center Operations. Exploration Missions (Shuttle, ISS , etc) Aeronautics Research and Flight Programs Center Master Plan Decommissioning of Plum Brook Reactor Technology Programs Space propulsion stages and systems Power Systems Aero propulsion Advanced capability spacecraft and subsystems Stationary and mobile infrastructure for surface exploration Advanced Communications Engineering Science for aeronautics, space flight, and human adaptation National Aeronautics and Space Administration

91 Questions & Answers 11:30 - 12:00 PM Statement of Work (SOW)
10: :15 AM Tasks Irene Cierchacki/ Bob Zalewski 10: :30 AM Task 4 - Facilities Sue Gaudreau 10: :45 AM Task 4 - Project Management Scott Graham 10: :00 AM Task 4 - Research & Technology Jih-Fen Lei 11: :15 AM Task 4 - Engineering Harry Cikanek 11: :30 AM S&MA Gary Kelm Questions & Answers 11: :00 PM Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 PM

92 Afternoon Concurrent Sessions
1:30 - 2:30 PM Joint Venture Presentation and Questions (Auditorium) 2:30 - 4:00 PM 3) Small Business Breakout (Pre-registered) Parallel Breakout Sessions 1:30 - 4:00 PM 1) One-on-One Question and Answer (Pre-registered) (CO and COTR) 2) Meeting Room (15 minute sessions) (Pre-registered)


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