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ARTS_07-2009: Spectrum Management Support Presentation
CAPABILITIES OVERVIEW
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ASRC Research & Technology Soultions Business Sensitive Information; ARTS_Overview 1
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC)
ASRC is…
ARTS 08-2011 JETS Overview
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Alaska Native Corporation
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Owned by over 11000 Inupiat
Eskimos
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$2.3+ Billion in Annual Sales
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Committed to Preserving the
Inupiat Culture and Tradition
♦ Oil Refining
♦ Pipelines
♦ Research and Engineering
♦ Retail Gasoline
♦ Construction
♦ Professional and Technical Services
♦ Aviation Fuel
♦ Fiber Optic and
♦ Operation and Maintenance
♦ Home Maintenance Fuel
Communications
♦ Environmental Cleanup
♦ Information Technology
♦ Marine Fuel and Lubricants
♦ Logistics Support
♦ Communications
ASRC Federal Holding Overview
ASRC Research & Technology Solutions
 High-end Technical Services to Meet Customer Challenges
– Research, Design, Development
– Systems Engineering
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Mechanical and Electrical Systems Design and Development
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Control Systems, Structural Design and Analysis
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Instrumentation
– IT/Security Solutions & Software Engineering
– Air Traffic Control Technology
– Integration and Environmental Test Services
– Aircraft Component fabrication and Assembly
– Scientific Research and Analytical Services
– Programmatic and O&M Support
8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business
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ARTS Federal Customer Base
US Army
NASA
US Navy
FAA
US Air Force
MPO
NOAA
DEA
DOE
USDA
ASRC Research & Technology Solutions
8(a) in 2007 n NAICS 541712, 541330 n 500+ Employees
Engineering Services
Diagnostics & Prognostics of Aerospace Wiring
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Set-up and operate wire integrity test laboratory
Network of Spacecraft Wire
Harnesses
Exploration Probes and Small Satellites
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NanoSat design, documentation, fabrication,
assembly, test
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Systems engineering support for lunar dust
management/control research
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Engineering, design, fabrication and test of
NanoSail-D and PreSat proof of concept
nanosats
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Engineering Evaluation Lab Responsible for all Lab Operations
and Tests, including EMI Testing,
Thermal Vacuum Testing, and
Vibration Testing
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CheapSat solar panel vibration test;
inertial drive dynamic balancing
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LCROSS payload random vibration,
shock, thermal cycling, thermal bakeout,
high vacuum, installation of payload
thermal control system on R6 panel, flight
equipment/instrument installation on R6
panel
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PharmaSat component thermal testing,
random vibration, shock, vacuum leak
test, thermal cycling
PharmaSat Life Science
Nanosatellite
Flight Software Development
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Aeronautical Systems Services
 Engineering and Analysis Support to
FAA and Airport Authorities for
Nations Airspace System
– Communications, Navigation,
Surveillance/Air Traffic
Management
– Instrument Flight Procedure
Development and Implementation
– Project Management and Planning
– Procedure Flight Check and
Review
– Modeling and Simulation
● NASA Future Flight Human in
the Loop
– NAVAID Siting and Implementation
– Technology Assessment and
Implementation
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Information and Technical Services
 Data Center Operations/Consolidation
– Scalable server and storage resources
 IT Planning and Architecture
– Enterprise Architecture Support
– Strategic Planning
– Project Management
– Outreach Services
 IT Security
– Intrusion Detection and Incident
Control
– Vulnerability Assessment and
Mitigation
– Security Plan Management
– PKI Registration Administration
– COMSEC Operations
 Systems Engineering
 Software Engineering
 Analytical Processing
 Web Services
 Records Management
 Cloud Computing
– Virtualization of application services,
systems
– Resource optimization
– Broad network access
– Rapid elasticity
 Business Application Services
– Design, Development, Test
– Integration & Maintenance
– Problem Resolution
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Intelligence Battle Lab - Experimentation
Description
Ongoing Efforts
• Army Capstone and Functional Concepts
• Empire Challenge 10
• SIGINT SIMEX
• Quick-turn concept and ONS experimentation capability
Experimentation group conducts studies,
seminars, workshops, and integrated live,
virtual, and constructive environments to:
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Core Functions
• Refine operational concepts
• Assess potential capability solutions and
evaluate utility
• Provide analysis to support informed
decisions
• Reduce risk in the current and future force
• Plan and execute experiments
• Report results of experiments
• Scenario review
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TCM Sensor Processing
Description
Ongoing Efforts
• Advise DCGS-A Mobile Basic Operational
Engineering Cell
• Advise DCGS-A V3.1 User Characterization Event
• Advise support to OIF/OEF deployment of DCGS-A
• Liaison to TCM Air Sensors, TCM Ground Sensors,
NISTIO, JI-CTC, CECOM, RDD, G9 Special Projects
• Weekly VTC planning meetings with PM-DCGS-A,
NSTIO, NSA, MNC-I, INSCOM, ACO, G2, OIF, OEF,
HOA, GISA
TCM Sensor Processing is the user
advocate and counterpart to the Project
Manager DCGS-A, and other materiel
developers for selected major
acquisition programs, and ensures the
vertical and horizontal integration and
synchronization of DOTMLPF capability
requirements of all activities associated
with Current and Future Force sensor
processing capabilities and programs.
Core Functions
• User advocate for US Army Intelligence Analysts
• Support Program Managers for POR migrating into DCGS-A
• SIGINT Capability Migration into DCGS-A
• Research Technology Capability Recommendations
• Compile and review lessons learned from the field
• Compose documents to support DCGS-A within Joint Capability
Integration Development System
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Multi-sensor Aerospace-ground Joint
ISR Interoperability Coalition (MAJIIC)
Ongoing Efforts
Description
EO & SAR
EO, IR & SAR
• ACTD Completed 30 September 2008—Coalition Project
ended March 2009
MTI & SAR
ESM
MTI & ESM
Motion
Imagery
CSD
Network B
•All Nations approved Coalition Project Extension (e-MAJIIC)
April 2009 - September 2010
CSD
Network C
Network A
CSD
User
• All nations working for MAJIIC2 from Jan 2010 to Dec 2014
•(Adds HUMINT & SIGINT Sensors)
CSD
Network D
User
User
•Transition Plan & MUA delivered to USDI 1QFY09
Network E
CSD
User User
• Responsibility to USD/I---Tactical OPS support to NGA
User User
• US CONOPS, Coalition TTP, other OPS documents delivered
FY09
MAJIIC is a multinational effort to
maximize the sharing of
Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance (ISR) systems
and data through the development
of operational and technical
solutions for interoperability. The
approach is based on standards
and the harmonization of metadata
across enterprises.
Core Functions
Address interoperability from 3 primary
perspectives:
• Operational - Development and demonstration of
concepts of employment (CONEMP) and tactics, techniques
and procedures (TTP)
• Architectural - Development of procedures and
technology for sharing ISR data and information
• Technical - Definition and development of key
data formats and protocols for the various sensor and
data types
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ASRC FEDERAL
Shared Services Concept
 Facilities
 Recruiting
 Human Resources
 Proposal Support
 Contracts
 Business Intelligence
 Accounting and Finance
 Program Compliance
 Health and Safety
 IT Services
 Security
 Administrative Support
Combines “Large Business” Reliability and Management
Performance with “Small Business” Responsiveness and Flexibility
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ASRC Expertise in Prime Contracting
 Engineering Services
 NASA Glenn Engineering and Scientific Support - $250M
 U.S. Army Intelligence Center /Fort Huachuca- $15M
 NASA ARC Engineering Design and Fabrication Services - $46M
 AF Space Research Analysis, Integration & Test (JV) - $100M
 Air Traffic Control Technology Services
 FAA National Airways Systems Engineering - $300M
 FAA Service and Operations Support - $171M
 IT/Security Solutions & Software Engineering
 NASA GSFC Program Analysis and Control - $250M
 DEA Modernization- $102M
 NASA SSC Information and Technical Services - $50M
 NGA Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - $10M
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Summary: Why ARTS?
ASRC Research and Technology
Solutions…
Backed by ASRC Federal…
• Financial strength with extensive
• Proven performance on Research,
Engineering, IT and Programmatic
services in support of aviation,
space and defense programs
• Ability to leverage all of ASRC
Federal technical resources to meet
customer needs
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$2.3B in Relevant Contract
Experience
• Over $1.5B in current prime contracts
• Small business response and
credentials in the federal sector
• Significant expertise in space
systems and technologies
• DCMA-approved Procurement
• Mature program management
infrastructure: ISO 9001:2000
certified
• Multi-service corporate reach
– Diverse resource pool for rapid
response to surge requirements
flexibility combined with Large
business management tools and
infrastructure support
– Facilitates highly competitive rate
structure
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Strength  Responsiveness  Commitment
For More Information…
Scott Altman
Vice President,
Strategic Planning
(301) 837-9034
[email protected]
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Kevin Stenstrom
Sr. Director Business Development
Navy Programs
(301)837-3855
[email protected]
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