FBO DAILY ISSUE OF APRIL 21, 2005 FBO #1242 SPECIAL NOTICE
A -- MDASN Industry Day
541330 — Engineering Services
Other Defense Agencies, Missile Defense Agency, MDA Deputy for Contracting
(MDA/CT), 7100 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC, 20301-7100
ZIP Code 20301-7100
The Missile Defense Agency's Sensors Directorate plans to hold an Industry Day on May 24, 2005 to discuss its requirements for an Adjunct Sensor. The primary mission of the Adjunct Sensor is discrimination and tracking of Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile/Medium Range Ballistic Missile/Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile threats. Accordingly, the radar will be co-located with a land-based, X-Band phased array radar which will acquire and handover tracks to the adjunct sensor, which will continue to track threats. Adjunct sensors will be required to be trainable and to observe threat objects up to 2500km. Additionally, the adjunct sensor must be transportable. Participation in the Industry Day will be by invitation only. If you would like to be considered for an invitation, please submit the following information by May 2, 2005: Company Name Point-of-Contact Address Telephone Number Fax Number E-Mail Address Capability Statement ? Consisting of not more than 3 pages addressing the company's past performance on similar scale projects and ability to manage to cost and schedule. The contractor must demonstrate its ability to execute development and operations in a classified environment and support system integration with other sensors of the Ballistic Missile Defense System, as well as show that it has used mature technologies and a low risk approach due to schedule and cost constraints in the past. Note that this announcement is a request for information. It is not a solicitation notice, nor does it commit the Government to award a contract. The Government is conducting this Industry Day to receive information only.