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Multi-Disciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) & Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) PRE-SOLICITATION CONFERENCE Multi-Disciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) & Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) PRE-SOLICITATION CONFERENCE NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER April 16, 2004 1

Disclaimer In the event of any inconsistency between data provided in these charts and Disclaimer In the event of any inconsistency between data provided in these charts and the final RFP, the language in the final RFP, including any amendments, will govern. 2

Agenda Time 9: 00 9: 05 9: 20 9: 35 9: 50 9: 55 Agenda Time 9: 00 9: 05 9: 20 9: 35 9: 50 9: 55 10: 05 10: 25 10: 55 11: 00 Topic Welcome, Review Agenda, and Introductions Procurement Overview ESES Technical Overview METS Technical Overview Major/Minor Chart Overview GSFC Facilities Overview Break—Submit Questions Question & Answer Session Closing remarks Adjourn 3

Key Team Members SEB Chairs: Eric Isaac (ESES) – Code 590 Phil Luers (METS) Key Team Members SEB Chairs: Eric Isaac (ESES) – Code 590 Phil Luers (METS) – Code 560 Contracting Officers: Nipa Shah (ESES) – Code 210 Steve Kramer (METS) – Code 210 COTRs: Tom Yi (ESES) – Code 560 Walter Flournoy (METS) – Code 590 4

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Activities To Date • First Request for Information (RFI) to Industry released PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Activities To Date • First Request for Information (RFI) to Industry released July 9, 2003; Feedback indicated concerns with the planned Formulation/Implementation split • Second RFI to Industry released September 16, 2003; Feedback was very positive on the proposed METS/ESES split • Third RFI on draft SOWs released November 14, 2003 • METS/ESES Synopsis posted February 2, 2004 • ESES Draft RFP posted March 26, 2004 • METS Synopsis/Draft RFP posted March 29, 2004 • Draft RFP Comments received on April 12, 2004 • Pre-solicitation Conference on April 16, 2004 5

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Web Sites • All documents related to these procurements will be attainable PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Web Sites • All documents related to these procurements will be attainable through the GSFC Procurement Home Page at: http: //procurement. nasa. gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops. cgi? gr=D&pin=51 RFP-36449 -GCR (METS) RFP-36450 -GCR (ESES) • The METS/ESES bidder’s library is located at the following website: http: //genesis. gsfc. nasa. gov/mets-eses/home. html • Pre-solicitation charts and questions/answers will be posted on the web site • Check Web sites periodically for updates 6

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW GSFC’S REQUIREMENT • The Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) plans, organizes, PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW GSFC’S REQUIREMENT • The Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) plans, organizes, and conducts a broad range of technical and research activities in support of science applications. AETD provides engineering expertise and support in the design, development, fabrication, integration, test, and verification of components, subsystems, science instruments, spacecraft, and complete observatories for multiple projects. • The METS & ESES procurements will provide engineering and related services including the study, design, development, fabrication, integration, testing, verification, and operation of spaceflight and ground system hardware and software; and development and validation of new technologies to enable future science missions. 7

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Procurement Background Information The following applies to METS and ESES: • Follow-on PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Procurement Background Information The following applies to METS and ESES: • Follow-on to NAS 5 -99124 (QSS incumbent) • 30 day phase-in period (separate contract vehicle) • 8 (a) Set-Aside – • • • NAIC code: 541710; 1000 employees Five year period for issuing tasks (effective ordering period) Limitation on indirect rates Cost-plus-award-fee Indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contracts Task Ordering Procedures (refer to clauses B. 11, H. 9, and the Rate Matrix in Attachment B) 8

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Evaluation • Conducted in accordance with FAR 15. 3/NFS 1815. 3 Source PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Evaluation • Conducted in accordance with FAR 15. 3/NFS 1815. 3 Source Selection Procedures • Evaluation Factors – Mission Suitability (point scored) – Cost – Past Performance (adjectival rating) • Award on initial offers is anticipated, but the Government reserves the right to hold discussions with offerors. 9

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Mission Suitability Factor SUBFACTORS ESES SUBFACTOR A: UNDERSTANDING THE REQUIREMENTS SUBFACTOR B: PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Mission Suitability Factor SUBFACTORS ESES SUBFACTOR A: UNDERSTANDING THE REQUIREMENTS SUBFACTOR B: CAPABILITIES SUBFACTOR C: MANAGEMENT PLAN SUBFACTOR D: SAFETY & HEALTH TOTAL POINTS METS 450 400 150 350 50 200 350 50 1000 10

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Relative Order of Importance of Evaluation Factors • The Cost/Price Factor is PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Relative Order of Importance of Evaluation Factors • The Cost/Price Factor is significantly less important than the combined importance of the Mission Suitability Factor and the Past Performance Factor. – Mission Suitability + Past Performance > Cost/Price • ESES – As individual factors, the Cost/Price Factor is less important than the Mission Suitability Factor but more important than the Past Performance Factor. • Mission Suitability > Cost/Price > Past Performance • METS – As individual factors, the Mission Suitability Factor is the most important and the Past Performance Factor is more important than the Cost/Price Factor. • Mission Suitability > Past Performance > Cost/Price 11

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW RFP Highlights • The incumbents labor categories and rates (Encl. B and PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW RFP Highlights • The incumbents labor categories and rates (Encl. B and C) are provided to aid offeror’s cost proposal preparation – offerors shall clearly explain any variance from the labor categories and/or rates if the offeror proposes incumbent capture labor categories • For purposes of this cost evaluation, offerors shall use the "not to exceed" rates proposed in Attachment B for pricing all RTOs. • Cost evaluation based on average hourly cost of business – The loaded hourly cost of doing business is derived by taking the RTO's total proposed cost and fee divided by the total proposed (prime and subcontractor) labor hours. • Importance of cost realism • The Government will evaluate the offeror’s ability to perform this contract in conjunction with other current and potential contracts (Subfactor C). 12

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Differences between METS and ESES • The maximum value (Clause B. 2): PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Differences between METS and ESES • The maximum value (Clause B. 2): – METS: The minimum guarantee is $1 M with a maximum value of $250 M. – ESES: The minimum guarantee is $1 M with a maximum value of $450 M. • Mission Suitability Weights (Provision M. 4. 2) • Relative Order of Importance of Evaluation Factors (Provision M. 3. 3) • Mission Suitability Adjustment for Cost Realism (Provision M. 4. 2) • Statement of Work • Representative Task Orders (7 RTOs for METS, 4 RTOs for ESES) • Major/Minor Chart (Enclosure D) • Facilities for Off-Site Personnel: 2/3 for ESES, 1/3 for METS (Subfactor B) 13

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Schedule • • • Draft RFP Release: Final RFP Release: Proposals Received: PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Schedule • • • Draft RFP Release: Final RFP Release: Proposals Received: Selection: Effective Date of Award: ESES METS March 26, 2004 March 29, 2004 May 7, 2004 June 7, 2004 July 7, 2004 October 14, 2004 Nov. 15, 2004 January 21, 2005 14

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Miscellaneous • Check Web sites periodically for pertinent information • Until release PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Miscellaneous • Check Web sites periodically for pertinent information • Until release of the formal RFP, Offerors may continue to communicate with Government personnel • Upon release of the formal RFP, all Government personnel associated with the acquisition shall refrain from communicating with prospective offerors and refer all inquiries to the contracting officer (Steve Kramer) • Offerors are not prohibited from contacting incumbent personnel but shall refrain from causing disruptions during working hours 15

PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW SOW Split METS (Codes 550, 580, 590) • • • Mission and PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW SOW Split METS (Codes 550, 580, 590) • • • Mission and Instrument Systems Engineering – Guidance Navigation & Control (GN&C) Systems – Attitude Control Systems – Power Systems – Command & Data Handling Systems – Thermal Systems – Communication Systems – Verification & Validation – Detector Systems – Structures Flight Software (Spacecraft and Instrument) GN&C Components Technology Ground Systems (I&T and Operations) Additional Discipline Engineering – Instrument Management – Technology Planning – Multi-discipline engineering – Information Technology – Integrated Design Center Support ESES (Codes 550, 560) • • Electrical Engineering including – Command Data Handling Electronics – Radiation Susceptibility, Orbit Analysis – Electronic Parts, Screening, Qualification – Power Electronics, Batteries, Solar Panels – Microelectronics – Electrical Harness, Grounding, Interfacing – Microwave Communications – Integration & Test – Electronics Manufacturing Additional Discipline Engineering – GN&C Components – Detector and Science Data Processing – Technology Development – Integrated Design Center Support – Flight and Ground Software Development – Mission and Instrument Systems Engineering – Information Technology 16

D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) A Statement of Work Overview F T D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) A Statement of Work Overview F T 3/17/2018 17

FUNCTION 1 – Pre-Formulation and Formulation Services: Candidate, Preliminary Analysis and Systems Definition Studies FUNCTION 1 – Pre-Formulation and Formulation Services: Candidate, Preliminary Analysis and Systems Definition Studies (with electrical systems engineering emphasis) • A. Candidate Study Services – Conceptual development for spacecraft, suborbital craft, instruments and ground systems • B. Preliminary Analysis Study Services – Analyze mission requirements and establish mission architectures to demonstrate that credible, feasible design(s) exist(s). – Develop top-level requirements, alternative operations concepts, project constraints, and system boundaries considering • Feasibility and risk studies • Cost and schedule estimates • Advanced Technology requirements – Prepare and support appropriate reviews • C. System Definition Study Services – Study services to establish and evolve the project baselines; formal flow-down of requirements to system and subsystem design specifications. 18

FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services • A. Project Management – Management activities to FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services • A. Project Management – Management activities to ensure that all assigned task objectives are accomplished within specified schedule and cost constraints. • B. Systems Engineering – Systems engineering support for Implementation phases including design, development, operations. • C. Multidisciplinary Analyses Services – Analytical support including multidisciplinary analyses and trade studies involving mechanical, thermal, optics, control, detector, electrical and electronic aspects flight and ground systems, including associated ground support equipment. • D. Detailed Design Services – Detailed design of subsystems, components and assemblies for instrument / spacecraft / platform and ground support equipment. • Optical design, development and analysis; Mechanical design, development and analysis; Thermal design, development and analysis; Detector design, development and analysis; Electrical/electronic design services; Software design; Power Design Services; Radiation Services; Component Technology Specific Services’; Environmental Test Services; RF Design Services; GN&C Component and Hardware systems engineering tasks 19

FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services • E. – • F. – • G. FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services • E. – • F. – • G. – • H. – Fabrication, Assembly and Testing Services Planning, Fabrication, Assembly and Testing Services for breadboards, engineering models, protoflight models, and flight models at all levels of assembly Integration, Test and Verification Services Engineering and test-conductor services that include integrating and verifying the flight, ground systems, and data system/applications in accordance with specifications/documentation Laboratory and Test Instrumentation Services necessary for conceptualization, prototyping, system engineering, design, development, integration, test, sustaining engineering, maintenance and utilization of laboratory and test instrumentation Data Systems Management Services Design, development, validation, implementation, certification, and maintenance of ground or flight software systems • I. Launch and Post-Launch Operations Services • J. Mission Assurance and System Safety Services • K. Configuration Management Services • L. Contamination Control Services 20

FUNCTION 3 – Research and Technology Services • A. Solid State Device Research and FUNCTION 3 – Research and Technology Services • A. Solid State Device Research and Development – Research, design, development, and analysis of electronic devices for application to science missions. • B. Instrument Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, testing, and analysis services for instrument systems. • C. Photonics Technology Services – Research, design, development, testing, and analysis services for electro-optical subsystems for scientific systems. • D. Microwave and Millimeter Wave Technology Services – Research, design, development, test and analysis services for microwave and millimeter systems • E. Instrument Electronics Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, test and analysis services of advanced signal processing electronics • F. Computer Support Technology Services – Computer support, IT systems security, System Administration and Web Page Development and maintenance 21

FUNCTION 3 – Research and Technology Services • G. Thermal Control Systems Technology Services FUNCTION 3 – Research and Technology Services • G. Thermal Control Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, test and analysis services for advanced, two-phase thermal control systems, and cryogenic systems for instruments, systems, and spacecraft • H. Power Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, test and analysis services of power system designs and components for space flight applications • I. Software Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, implementation, test and analysis of software systems including advance software topics • J. Demonstration, Presentation, and Conference Services – Technology services for hardware and software demonstrations, technical/project/conference presentations, and conference planning for items within scope of SOW • K. Guidance, Navigation, and Control Technology Services – Research and development of advanced GN&C technology for systems, subsystems, components, devices, and elements. 22

FUNCTION 4 – Parts and Materials Program Services • A. – Materials and Processes FUNCTION 4 – Parts and Materials Program Services • A. – Materials and Processes Services Contamination analysis, construction analysis, design compatibility, and material evaluation • B. Protective Coating and Encapsulation Services • C. Component and Parts Labeling Services • D. Electronics Packaging Services – – Circuit board design, manufacture, population and test Black box layout/design Mechanical mounting, isolation Etc. • E. Mechanical Piece Part Design and Fabrication Services • F. EEE Parts Services – – – Parts engineering and program management services Part procurement and supply chain services Part testing and analysis laboratory services Fiber optic cable construction and operation of advanced laboratories Parts information system services 23

FUNCTIONS 5 -9 • FUNCTION 5 – Documentation Services • FUNCTION 6 – Maintenance FUNCTIONS 5 -9 • FUNCTION 5 – Documentation Services • FUNCTION 6 – Maintenance Services – A. Preventive Maintenance – B. Emergency Repair Services • FUNCTION 7 – Sustaining Engineering Services • FUNCTION 8 – Education Services • FUNCTION 9 – Standards and Process 24

D ESES Representative Task Orders R A F T 3/17/2018 25 D ESES Representative Task Orders R A F T 3/17/2018 25

RTO 1 – Phase B Technology Risk Mitigation • New Processor Box for Instrument-1 RTO 1 – Phase B Technology Risk Mitigation • New Processor Box for Instrument-1 proposal has be identified as a high risk item. Evaluate processor box, develop risk mitigation strategy and backup plan. • Period of Performance – Eight (8) weeks • Deliverables – Processor Box Technology Risk Mitigation Plan – Processor Box Backup Plan – Processor Box Trade Evaluations/Analyses • Assumptions – – Hardware: N/A Long Distance Travel: none On-Site/Off-Site: Off-site Task Start Date: Task is issued in the third month of contract year 1 26

RTO 2 – Late Changes to Requirements • Evaluate impacts to the Electrical Power RTO 2 – Late Changes to Requirements • Evaluate impacts to the Electrical Power System as the result of significant Instrument requirements changes • Period of Performance – Eight (8) weeks • Deliverables – Impact Analyses/Trade Report – Configuration Change Request (CCR) – Response to CCB action items • Assumptions – – Hardware: N/A Long Distance Travel: none On-Site/Off-Site: On-site Task Start Date: Task is issued in the 11 th month of contract year 1 27

RTO 3 – Parts Unavailability • Key mixed-signal ASIC no longer available for Focal RTO 3 – Parts Unavailability • Key mixed-signal ASIC no longer available for Focal Plane Electronic (FPE) “build to print” design. Government Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP) alerts issued concerning generic problems with other parts. • Period of Performance – Fifteen (15) months • Deliverables – FPE Recovery Plan – 16 Non-flight FPE ASICs – 16 Flight Qualified FPE ASICs • Assumptions – – Hardware: Total recurring and non-recurring hardware costs of $500 K Long Distance Travel: none On-Site/Off-Site: On-site; Hardware fabrication performed off-site Task Start Date: Task is issued in the 11 th month of contract year 2 28

RTO 4 – New instrument added after CDR • New electronics card required in RTO 4 – New instrument added after CDR • New electronics card required in C&DH subsystem as result of new instrument on mission. Determine impact. • Period of Performance – One (1 ) year • Deliverables – 12 documents • Assumptions – – Hardware: $750 K (not including non-recurring development costs) Long Distance Travel: none On-Site/Off-Site: On-site; Hardware fabrication performed off-site Task Start Date: Task is issued in the 8 th month of contract year 4 29

D R Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A Statement of Work Overview F D R Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A Statement of Work Overview F T 3/17/2018 30

FUNCTION 1 –Pre-Formulation and Formulation Services: Candidate, Feasibility and Systems Definition Studies • A. FUNCTION 1 –Pre-Formulation and Formulation Services: Candidate, Feasibility and Systems Definition Studies • A. Candidate Study Services – Conceptual development of spacecraft, suborbital craft, instruments and ground systems • B. Preliminary Analysis Study Services – Establishing mission architectures to demonstrate that credible, feasible design(s) exist(s). – Preliminary Analysis and assessment of technical risk – Baseline designs, Implementation plans, Alternative design concepts • C. System Definition Study Services – System definition and preliminary design to establish and evolve the project baselines 31

FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services - Multi. Disciplinary Functions • A. Multi-disciplinary Analyses FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services - Multi. Disciplinary Functions • A. Multi-disciplinary Analyses and Design Services – Including but not limited to mechanical, thermal, optics, contamination, control, guidance, navigation, detector, electrical, electronic, and software aspects of the flight and ground systems. • B. Non-Flight Fabrication, Assembly and Testing Services – Planning of manufacturing, integration and test plans, qualifications and acceptance levels, facilities, integration, alignment, testing, quality control – Non-flight fabrication and assembly of optical, mechanical, electrical, microwave, propulsion systems and ground support equipment. 32

FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services - Multi. Disciplinary Functions • C. Integration, Test, FUNCTION 2 -- Implementation Phase Services - Multi. Disciplinary Functions • C. Integration, Test, and Verification Services – Systems level integration, test, and review • D. Laboratory and Test Instrumentation Services – Development and maintenance of laboratory and test equipment • E. Launch and Post-Launch Operations Services – Launch site preparation, Launch Operations, Mission Operations, Data Reduction • F. Mission Assurance and System Safety Services – Establish and maintain a Mission Assurance Program and practices, procedures, and processes that are ISO 9001 compliant • G. Configuration Management Services – Configuration Identification, control, accounting and reporting 33

FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • A. Project Management – FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • A. Project Management – Assure that all tasks are accomplished within specified schedule and cost constraints • B. Mission Systems Engineering – – – Operations Concept Development Architecture & Design Development Requirements Analysis, Identification and Management Validation and Verification Interfaces and ICDs Mission Environments Technical Resource Budget Tracking Risk Analysis, Reduction and Management System Milestone Review Candidates Configuration Management and Documentation Systems Engineering Management Plan 34

FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • C. Instrument Systems Engineering FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • C. Instrument Systems Engineering – Same breakdown as Function 2 B, applied at Instrument Level • D. Optical Engineering Services – Design, Development, and Analysis of optical components • E. Detector Engineering Services – X-Ray, Gamma Ray, Visible, RF and Microwave detection systems 35

FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • F. Software Specific Services FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • F. Software Specific Services – Real-time flight software control, monitoring and data processing, attitude determination and control, power subsystem monitoring and control, science data collection, processing, storage, and downlink – Flight system simulation and modeling software – Ground and flight system software – Science support software – Instrument software – Information management based systems 36

FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • G. Data Systems Management FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • G. Data Systems Management Services – Interface management – Developing, reviewing and analyzing software requirements and specifications – Systems for end-to-end data processing – Design, development, validation, implementation, certification, and maintenance of ground or on-board computer system simulator/emulators 37

FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • H. Guidance, Navigation and FUNCTION 3 -- Implementation Phase Services Discipline Specific Services • H. Guidance, Navigation and Control Engineering Services – – – GN&C Systems Engineering Flight Dynamics Engineering Component Hardware Systems Engineering Propulsion System Technician Tasks 38

FUNCTION 4 – Research and Technology Services • A. Instrument Systems Technology Services – FUNCTION 4 – Research and Technology Services • A. Instrument Systems Technology Services – Research, design, development, testing, and analysis services for instrument systems • B. Instrument Electronics Systems Technology Services – Advanced signal processing electronics for space flight systems • C. Computer Support Technology Services – General in-house computer software maintenance – Design, coding, integration, test, documentation and maintenance or special application programs – Analyzing and implementing solutions to computer hardware interface problems – IT Systems Security and System Administrator Functions – Web Page Development and Maintenance Functions 39

FUNCTION 4 – Research and Technology Services • D. Software Systems Technology Services – FUNCTION 4 – Research and Technology Services • D. Software Systems Technology Services – Research and Development of advanced software topics • E. Demonstration, Presentation, and Conference Services – Hardware, software support equipment and technical services for onsite and offsite demonstrations, presentations, and conferences • F. Systems Technology Services – Research and Development of advanced technologies for end -to-end mission architectures 40

FUNCTIONS 5 -9 • FUNCTION 5 – Documentation Services • FUNCTION 6 – Maintenance FUNCTIONS 5 -9 • FUNCTION 5 – Documentation Services • FUNCTION 6 – Maintenance Services – A. Preventive Maintenance – B. Emergency Repair Services • FUNCTION 7 – Sustaining Engineering Services • FUNCTION 8 – Education Services • FUNCTION 9 – Standards and Process 41

D R Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A Representative Task Orders (RTOs) Overview D R Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A Representative Task Orders (RTOs) Overview F T 3/17/2018 42

RTO 1 – Mission-Level Technology Planning and Methodology Development • Distributed Space Systems (DSS) RTO 1 – Mission-Level Technology Planning and Methodology Development • Distributed Space Systems (DSS) and Precision Formation Flying (PFF) – Sub-Task 1: Assist GSFC in developing a comprehensive and systematic process for Mission-Level Advanced Technology Analysis and Assessment – Sub-Task 2: Conduct system-level DSS/PFF technology assessments to identify the sub-set of critical, high payoff DSS/PFF technology developments • Period of Performance – 1 year • Deliverables – 7 Documents • Assumptions – – Long Distance Travel: $4000 On-Site/Off-Site: On-site Task Start Date: Task is issued on the first month of contract year 1 Cost: Not to Exceed (NTE) $300 K 43

RTO 2 – Pre-Phase A Advanced Technology Mission Study and Assessment • Pre-Phase A RTO 2 – Pre-Phase A Advanced Technology Mission Study and Assessment • Pre-Phase A study of ESsat mission – take atmospheric limb data while viewing the solar corona through the Earth’s atmosphere from the Lagrange point at L 2 – AO for technologies resulted in more than can be accommodated – produce a recommended subset – Primary Instrument XTX and use of Internet Protocols – risk evaluation and mitigation • Period of Performance – 6 months • Deliverables – 6 Documents • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: Not Applicable (N/A) – On-Site/Off-Site: Off-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the first month of contract year 2 44

RTO 3 – Flight Software Architecture and Prototyping • Pre-Phase A study of ESsat RTO 3 – Flight Software Architecture and Prototyping • Pre-Phase A study of ESsat mission – Trade study comparing the relative merits of various flight software architecture options – Present the recommended architecture – Develop and successfully demonstrate a prototype of the selected design • Period of Performance – 7 months • Deliverables – 2 Documents – Prototype software demonstration • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: N/A – On-Site/Off-Site: On-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the seventh month of contract year 2 45

RTO 4 – Guidance, Navigation & Control (GN&C) Systems Engineering • ABC spacecraft, polar RTO 4 – Guidance, Navigation & Control (GN&C) Systems Engineering • ABC spacecraft, polar orbit, currently in Phase A (Formulation) – Define GN&C requirements and interfaces, perform configuration trade studies, assemble verification plans, support Project risk management activities, develop the GN&C operations concept, create and track resource budgets, organize design reviews, manage any advanced technology implementation, supervise Integration & Test (I&T) activities at GSFC and the launch site, participate in spacecraft operations, and otherwise advise the Lead GN&C Systems Engineer and the Mission Systems Engineer on GN&C issues • Period of Performance – 1 year • Deliverables – 8 Documents (some deliverables are periodic) • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: N/A – On-Site/Off-Site: On-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the first month of contract year 4 46

RTO 5 – New instrument added after Critical Design Review (CDR) • ABC Spacecraft RTO 5 – New instrument added after Critical Design Review (CDR) • ABC Spacecraft in implementation, five months past CDR. Mandated addition of Instrument-5 – Accommodation Trade Study – Multidisciplinary Analyses – Updated ICDs and CCB request • Period of Performance – 12 weeks • Deliverables – 6 Documents • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: $2500 – On-Site/Off-Site: On-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the first month of contract year 5 47

RTO 6 – Plan and conduct end-to-end verification of the ABC mission • ABC RTO 6 – Plan and conduct end-to-end verification of the ABC mission • ABC Spacecraft in implementation, prior to shipment to launch site – Plan end-to-end observatory comprehensive performance test – Conduct end-to-end observatory comprehensive performance test – Updated ICDs and CCB request • Period of Performance – 6 months • Deliverables – 4 Documents • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: N/A – On-Site/Off-Site: On-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the fourth month of contract year 5 48

RTO 7 – Post- Launch Design and Implement a Single-Gyro Control Law • ABC RTO 7 – Post- Launch Design and Implement a Single-Gyro Control Law • ABC Spacecraft two years in orbit – In order to extend the life of the mission after the loss of one gyroscope, develop a backup control law that uses a single gyroscope and some other sensor to control pointing of the mission and support for a back-up re-entry plan. • Period of Performance – 9 months • Deliverables – 3 Documents – Flight Software • Assumptions – Long Distance Travel: N/A – On-Site/Off-Site: Off-site – Task Start Date: Task is issued on the second month of contract year 3 49

D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) and Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) and Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A F Major/Minor Chart (Enclosure D) Overview T 3/17/2018 50

Rationale for the Major/Minor Chart (Pre-award) • While the government will consider the response Rationale for the Major/Minor Chart (Pre-award) • While the government will consider the response to all functions and sub -functions of the SOW for completeness, thoroughness and soundness, emphasis will be placed on those SOW functions identified as major functions in Enclosure D – Section M. 3 Mission Suitability Factor, Subfactor A, Understanding the Requirement • Enclosure D: SOW Major/Minor Chart is meant to: – Focus emphasis of the proposer’s Mission Suitability Volume, Subfactor A, Understanding the Requirement 51

Rationale for the Major/Minor Chart (Post-award) • Expected usage of this Indefinite Deliverable Indefinite Rationale for the Major/Minor Chart (Post-award) • Expected usage of this Indefinite Deliverable Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract – Major function indicates that it is highly anticipated that the government will award tasks to the winning bidder associated with the SOW requirement. – Minor function indicates that the government anticipates that tasks associated with the SOW requirement will require a low level of support • Section L. 15 Subfactor A 52

Expected Usage • Some tasks are major on both contracts – Integration, Test and Expected Usage • Some tasks are major on both contracts – Integration, Test and Verification Services • Some tasks are minor on both contracts – Web Page Development and Maintenance Function • Some tasks are major on ESES, minor on METS – Laboratory and Test Instrumentation Services • Some tasks are major on METS, minor on ESES – Multidisciplinary Analyses and Design Services • Many tasks appear on one contract and not the other 53

Expected Usage • In general, it is anticipated that task orders will be initiated Expected Usage • In general, it is anticipated that task orders will be initiated as follows: – System Engineering and Software on the METS – Electrical Engineering, including flight fabrication on the ESES Org. Primary Contract Vehicle 550 METS for Instrument System Level Work, ESES for Subsystem Level 560 ESES 580 METS 590 METS; ESES for electrical engineering leading to flight hardware 400 Depends on subject matter, may be released by Code 500 ATR 54

D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) and Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) D R Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) and Multidisciplinary Engineering and Technology Services (METS) A F Facilities Overview T 3/17/2018 55

Lab Facility Overview • There are over 59, 000 square feet of laboratory space Lab Facility Overview • There are over 59, 000 square feet of laboratory space managed by Codes 550, 560, 580, 590 • Most are general electronics, component, and/or software test and integration areas, some clean, some not • What follows is an overview of GSFCs unique facilities that may potentially be supported by ESES and/or METS onsite personnel 56

550: Instrument Systems Division • 550 Instrument Development Laboratory – Support for any phase 550: Instrument Systems Division • 550 Instrument Development Laboratory – Support for any phase of instrument development that serves the GSFC science community. – Fabrication Area: Equipped with a 3 x 10 -foot granite surface plate, radial arm drill press, and a small lathe and machining center – Multi-Purpose Room: Vibration-isolated optical bench with a Zygo interferometer, all surrounded by a tent to reduce air turbulence. Also combining high-precision measurements with an off-axis aspheric prescription; and combining high precision with cryogenic temperatures • 551 Diffraction Grating and Evaluation Facility – The DGEF is a versatile large vacuum optical bench, 6 x 3 x 1 meter; 1 x 10 – 6 torr instrumented with a TQCM, RGA, oil trap, and witness plates for contamination control. 57

550: Instrument Systems Division • 551 Calibration, Integration and Alignment (CIA) – Precision optical 550: Instrument Systems Division • 551 Calibration, Integration and Alignment (CIA) – Precision optical alignment measurements are made on instruments and spacecraft in this facility. – Class 10, 000 highbay horizontal flow cleanroom with 1825 square feet of working space. 7 -ton crane and large roll-up door at on end to accommodate large spacecraft and other large structures. – This facility typically houses the Optical Alignment Facility (OAF) that consists of a large high-precision rotary table, dihedral azimuth reference, 30’ vertical tooling bar, personnel elevator and “gallows” assembly 58

550: Instrument Systems Division • 551 Vertical Flow Facility – Assembly, integration and alignment 550: Instrument Systems Division • 551 Vertical Flow Facility – Assembly, integration and alignment of flight packages can be accomplished in this facility whenever class 100 cleanliness is required. – Vertical (down) flow class 100 clean room with 698 square feet of working space. Installation of isolation tables and instrument stands can be accomplished by removal of the raised floor panels to obtain a solid surface for these items. • 551 Horizontal Flow Facility – Horizontal laminar flow class 10, 000 clean room with 796 square feet of working space. Isolation tables are available as well as a 36 inch collimated laser beam for mirror evaluation. Mirror evaluation, assembly and alignment test of the Mars Observer Laser Altimeter (MOLA) was accomplished in the HFF. 59

550: Instrument Systems Division • 552: Cryogenic Research Integration Facility (CRIF) – The CRIF 550: Instrument Systems Division • 552: Cryogenic Research Integration Facility (CRIF) – The CRIF is a 4, 000 square foot facility designed to provide support for the integration and test of cryogenic flight hardware. It is capable of being maintained as a class 100, 000 cleanroom. It includes a 20 x 25 foot nonmagnetic seismic block and a low-EMI environment. • 552: Cryogenic Lab – This facility supports R&D effort and flight component development and testing of refrigerators, detectors, thermometry, and related technologies. – 2 Shield rooms, each 10'x 10' with vibration isolation, pumping manifolds and associated electronics; general purpose pumps and associated manifolds; data acquisition hardware and specialized software; specialized test dewars and cryostats 60

550: Instrument Systems Division • 552 Cryocooler Test Bed (CTB) – The Cryocooler Test 550: Instrument Systems Division • 552 Cryocooler Test Bed (CTB) – The Cryocooler Test Bed (CTB) provides facilities for R&D and flight support, qualification and life testing of cryocooler and related technologies. – Facilities for testing high-pressure fluid systems at ambient and cryogenic temperatures. The site contains several buildings which houses office space, an assembly areas, vacuum chambers, and vibration isolation capabilities. 61

550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: Detector Development Lab – The DDL is a 550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: Detector Development Lab – The DDL is a microelectronics fabrication facility dedicated to the development of advanced detectors, micro-electricalmechanical-systems (MEMS), circuits, and components for NASA's missions. – Built around a 4, 800 square foot Class 10/100 cleanroom housing an extensive array of semiconductor processing equipment to perform full-scale custom wafer fabrication. – Contains a large variety of semiconductor fabrication equipment for optical and electron beam lithography, wet and dry etching, oxidation, diffusion, thin film deposition, metallization, ion implantation, and device characterization. 62

550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: MEMS Lab – Microassembly and testing laboratory for 550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: MEMS Lab – Microassembly and testing laboratory for the various (micro-electricalmechanical-systems) MEMS projects – 400 square feet of Class 10, 000 cleanroom with vertical laminar flow and a separate, enclosed room for safe operation of a laser dicing machine. – The cleanroom area is primarily to be used for the microassembly of MEMS components with a capability for flip chip bonding to allow the integration of detector and MEMS arrays with readout electronics chips. • 553: Detector Characterization Lab – The Detector Characterization Laboratory (DCL) is a facility for the complete optical and electrical characterization of UV, optical, and infrared detectors. 63

550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: Superconducting Detector Test Facility – The purpose of 550: Instrument Systems Division • 553: Superconducting Detector Test Facility – The purpose of the facility is to develop and test superconducting detectors operating at < 1 K. – The current detector technologies which are envisioned to be tested in this facility include RF-SET multiplexed readout of antenna-coupled STJ detectors and silicon hot-electron bolometers for sensitive detection of FIR and submillimeter radiation, STJ EUV cameras, the Transition Edge Sensor (TES) Bolometers and Microcalorimeters for IR and x-ray detection, the Ideal Integrating Bolometer (IIB), and advanced focal plane technologies for Cosmic Microwave Background polarization measurements. – These detector technologies will enable new science due to photon counting sensitivity in the submillimeter, and energy resolving imagers in the optical, UV, EUV, and X-ray. 64

550: Instrument Systems Division • 555: Goddard Electromagnetc Anechoic Chamber (GEMAC) – Free-space environment 550: Instrument Systems Division • 555: Goddard Electromagnetc Anechoic Chamber (GEMAC) – Free-space environment to measure the radiation patterns of antennas and instruments throughout the RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave region. – The GEMAC is a hybrid facility containing a far field and compact range that share the same test zone. The far field range is configured as a tapered chamber that operates from 0. 35 to 18 GHz, and is ideally suited to test wide beamwidth devices. The compact range, which simulates far field conditions by using a large reflector, operates from 2 to 94 GHz, and is ideally suited to test high gain devices. Devices can be tested whose radiating portion measures up to 1. 8 meters. 65

560: Electrical Engineering Division • 561: Radiation Effects and Analysis Lab – – Modeling 560: Electrical Engineering Division • 561: Radiation Effects and Analysis Lab – – Modeling the radiation hazard faced by flight hardware Testing of technology components Performing predictions of performance of these components. This includes, but is not limited to, microprocessors, memories, programmable devices, optical links, communication networks, optical MEMS, cameras, detector arrays, including new and high-speed technologies such as Si. Ge 66

560: Electrical Engineering Division • 561: Radiation Effects Facility – Radiation damage testing of 560: Electrical Engineering Division • 561: Radiation Effects Facility – Radiation damage testing of spacecraft electronics, solar cells and microcircuits; optical sensors, couplings, coatings, lenses and filters; and spacecraft paints, coatings, blankets and structural materials; – Calibration and development of instruments to monitor the radiation environment – Gamma Source: Cobalt 60 Irradiator. The irradiator is in Phase II of an upgrade program to increase the intensity of the source. – Particle Accelerators: Two 2 Me. V Van de Graaff (one for radiation damage testing and one for instrument calibration) and a 150 ke. V Potential Drop (instrument calibration). 67

590: Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division • 590: Formation Flying Test Bed – 590: Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division • 590: Formation Flying Test Bed – A hardware-in-the-loop simulation capability which can address the unique GN&C challenges of upcoming NASA missions involving relative spacecraft motion – Provides closed-loop relative vehicle control simulation around real GN&C hardware including: GPS receivers, Intersatellite communications and ranging hardware – Exercises interfaces and coupling between GN&C hardware and software 68

590: Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division • Momentum/Reaction wheel test facility – Kistler 590: Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division • Momentum/Reaction wheel test facility – Kistler table for wheel noise measurements and a balancing machine. • Gyro Test facility – 3 -axis rate table for measuring gyro rates and a single axis rate table with thermal oven for testing gyros under temperature. • Global Positioning System (GPS) test facility – This facility has several GPS signal simulators used in the testing of receivers. It also has a radome and several roof top antennas for testing. • Star Tracker test facility – This facility contains a multi-star simulator in a black room for checking alignments and tracking capabilities of star trackers. 69