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The Office of Naval Research
The Office of Naval Research invests in innovative operational
concepts to develop the science and technology (S&T) that ensures our
warfighters always have the technological edge.
ONR Mission ― “to plan, foster, and encourage scientific research in
recognition of its paramount importance to future Naval power and national2
security.” ― Public Law 588 of 1946
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ONR Organization
Chief of Naval Research (00)
Executive Director (SES)
NRL
N091 Principal
Deputy for P&R
Vice Chief of Naval Research (USMC)(09)
BIZOPS
ACNR (00B)
ONRG
Director
of
Research
(03R)
(D&I)
(INP)
AVCNR (09B)
Director
of
Transition
(03T)
Director
of
Innovation
(03I)
30
31
32
33
34
35
Expeditionary
Warfare &
Combatingterrorism
C4ISR
Ocean
Battlespace
Sensing
Sea Warfare
& Weapons
Warfighter
Performance
Air Warfare
& Weapons
ST 1
O-6
SES
2
O-6
SES
1
O-6
(FNC)
SES
2
O-6
SES
1
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Department of the Navy’s
Research and Enterprise
APL
U of Washington
ARL
Penn State
NUWC Newport
MCWL
Naval Postgraduate
School
NSWC
Carderock
Indian Head
Dahlgren
APL
Johns Hopkins
NAWC WD
China Lake
NAWC AD
Patuxent River
ARL
U of Hawaii
NRL DC
ARL
U of Texas
SSC San Diego
ONR HQ
NRL
Stennis
ONR Global Field Offices
London, Tokyo, Singapore,
Santiago
NSWC DL CSS
Panama City
Ex-USS
Shadwell
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The Office of Naval Research &
The Naval Research Laboratory
Naval Research Laboratory (Appropriations Act, 1916)
“[Conduct] exploratory and research work…necessary
…for the benefit of Government service, including the
construction, equipment, and operation of a laboratory….”
Office of Naval Research (Public Law 588, 1946)
“…plan, foster, and encourage scientific research in
Thomas
Edison
recognition of its paramount importance as related to the
maintenance of future of naval power, and the preservation of
Josephus
Daniels
national security…”
Office of Naval Research - London Office (1946)
“…reporting on the latest developments and to assist visiting
American scientists to make contact with their colleagues in
Europe…”
Harry S.
Truman
Vannevar
Bush
Transitioning S&T (Defense Authorization Act, 2001)
“…manage the Navy’s basic, applied, and advanced
research to foster transition from science and
technology to higher levels of research,
development, test, and evaluation.”
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A Legacy of Innovation
2009 Hyperspectral
Imaging docs w/Int’l Space
Station
2007
Quick Clot Combat Gauze
fielded
1985
ONR funds tech
that finds Titanic
2009 EDI Breast
imaging technology
commercially available
1995
Clementine
explores moon
1972
First GPS
satellite in orbit
1960
Trieste
descends
to 35,000 feet
1934
NRL files 1st U.S.
radar patents
1923
NRL established
1939
1st nuclear sub design
Proposed by NRL
1965
SEALAB I & II
1967
GPS concept
validated
1964
Alvin enters service
1958
Vanguard I
Launched by NRL
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Office of Naval Research
ONR Directorates &
Departments
ONR is comprised of Directorates & Departments:
Directorates - manage research portfolios in all three major
phases of developmental (i.e., 6.1 – Basic Research; 6.2 – Applied
Research; 6.3 – Advanced Technology Development) . In addition,
the Business Operations & Services (BIZOPs) Directorate supports
The business, operations and services functions of the Command.
Departments – from the development of computer algorithms for
aircraft and ship electronics to the fielding of lightweight armor for
the Marine Corp, ONR’s six S&T departments coordinate and
execute the research investment strategic as outlined in the Naval
S&T Strategic Plan.
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ONR Directorates
ONR’s Science & Technology (S&T) Directorates balance a robust
portfolio, allocating funds to meet the warfighter’s requirements.
ONR’s three (3) S&T Directorates are comprised of:
03I – Office of Innovation
03R – Office of Research (Discovery & Invention) Research
03T – Office of Transition
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ONR Directorates
The BIZOPs Directorate manages & oversees the Command’s support
business operations and service functions which includes:
-Acquisition
-Corporate Logistics
-Facilities
-Directives/Forms/Correspondence Control/Records Management
-Administration
-Safety/Security
-Information Technology
-Legal
-Public Affairs
-Legislative Affairs
-Human Resources
-Inspector General
-Finance (Comptroller)
-Small Business
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ONR Departments
From the development of sophisticated computer algorithms for
aircraft and ship electronics to the fielding of lightweight armor for
the Marine Corps, ONR’s S&T departments coordinate and
execute the research investment strategy as outlined in the Naval
S&T Strategic Plan:
Code 30 – Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare & Combating Terrorism
Code 31 – Command, Control Communications, Intelligence, Survelliance &
Reconnaissance (C4ISR)
Code 32 – Ocean Battlespace Sensing
Code 33 – Sea Warfare & Weapons
Code 34 – Warfighter Performance
Code 35 – Naval Air Warfare & Weapons
ONR WEBSITE: http://www.onr.navy.mil/
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
ONR is constantly looking for innovative scientific and
technological solutions that address current and future
Navy and Marine Corps requirements. We want to do
business with people and organizations with:
*Ground-breaking ideas;
*Pioneering scientific novel technology developments;
*First-class support services
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
ONR/NRL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
*Broad Agency Announcements:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/en/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Broad-Agency-Announcements.aspx
*Request for Proposals: http://www.onr.navy.mil/en/ContractsGrants/Funding-Opportunities/Requests-for-Proposals.aspx
*Simplified Acquisitions @ ONR Request for Quotations:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Requests-for-Quotes.aspx
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
ONR/NRL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
*Support Services: Navy SeaPort(e)
http://www.seaport.navy.mil/default.aspx
*Special Notices: http://www.onr.navy.mil/ContractsGrants/Funding-Opportunities/Special-Notices.aspx
*SBIR/STTR Program: http://www.navysbir.com/
*Request for Information: http://www.onr.navy.mil/ContractsGrants/Funding-Opportunities/Requests-for-Information.aspx
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
ONR/NRL PRIMARY NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODES:
ONR HQ (UIC N00014):
Primary Products: Research and Development (Basic, Applied,
& Advanced Technology)
541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering,
and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)
541710 - Research & Development in the Physical, Engineering, and
Life Sciences
541611 - Administrative Management and General Management
Consulting Services
541330 - Engineering Services
541513 - Computer Facilities Management Services
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
ONR publishes/advertises S&T and other requirements through a
variety of venues:
-Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs)
-Request for Proposals (RFPs)
-Request for Quotations (RFQs)
-Navy SeaPort(e)
-SBIR/STTR Program
-Rapid Technology Transition Programs
-Patent Licensing Agreements
-DoD High Performance Computing Program
Etc…
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
GENERAL INFORMATION:
-Not registering or updating the Central Contractor Registry (CCR)
-Not completing the Online Representations and Certifications
-Not completing the ONR ‘Specific’ Representations and Certifications
located at:
http:www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/submit-proposal/contracts-proposal.aspx
-Large for Profit (i.e., Large Business), College-University, Non-Profit
entities not submitting a Small Business Subcontracting Plan in
accordance with FAR 52.219-9
-Not providing the applicable Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
information
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL:
-Statement of Work (SOW) and deliverable(s) not clearly identified or clearly
defined. Generally lacking in the following areas:
*Background,
*Scope/Objective,
*Requirements, and:
*Deliverable(s)
NOTE: The Offeror is responsible for providing a SOW in accordance with the
Research Opportunity Description stated in the BAA, RFP, RFQ, etc…unless
included in the solicitation. The SOW will be incorporated as an attachment to
the resultant award without restrictive markings of affirmation of non-proprietary
and releasable in response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL:
-Does not provide the destination for the deliverable;
-SOW contains acronyms that are not spelled out;
-SOW does not separate the ‘Base’ Year/Tasking from the ‘Option’ Years/Tasks;
-Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) information not provided
-Assertion of Data Rights:
*DFARS 252.227-7013
*DFARS 252.227-7014
*DFARS 252.227-7018
Note: Clauses may be accessed at: http://farsite.hill.af.mil/VFDRARA.HTM
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL:
-Assertion of Data Rights, continued:
*Government may challenge ‘assertions’
*Improper Format
-Offeror does not properly acknowledge earlier funding of related research
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
COST PROPOSAL:
-Cost Proposal Template either ‘not used’ or ‘not filled out correctly’, e.g. missing
the following information:
*Total Effort
*Escalation and Indirect Rates
*Subcontractor Costs (Subcontractor Proposal should mirror that of the Prime)
*Proposed Consultant Costs
*Materials-Supplies
*Contractor Acquired Equipment
*Travel
*ODC Details
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RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Most Common Mistakes Found in Proposal Packages’:
COST PROPOSAL:
-Costs are not properly separated by ‘Base’ and ‘Options’
-Does not include detailed (unburdened) Subcontractor Cost Proposal
*Subcontractors can submit detailed (unburdened) cost proposal(s) directly to
the Government
-Does not include ‘Consulting Agreements’; lacking:
*Name
*Description of effort to be performed
*Number of Hours
*Hourly Rate
*Travel Costs
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DOING BUSINESS WITH ONR
RESPONDING TO AN ONR SOLICITATION
‘Situations that Can Cause a Delay in Award’:
*NOT USING THE ONR TECHNICAL AND COST PROPOSAL TEMPLATES
*CONTRACTOR THAT HAS NEVER DONE BUSINESS WITH THE
GOVERNMENT
-DCAA Audit can take up to ‘60 Days’ or more…
*SUBCONTRACTORS NOT SUBMITTING THEIR DETAILED (UNBURDENED)
COST PROPOSAL(S)
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Navy/ONR SBIR-STTR Program
The Navy Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology
Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Program provides opportunities for Small Businesses
develop innovative technologies that address high-priority ‘Navy’-specific
needs:
*Navy SBIR/STTR Program Director: Mr. John Williams (also the Program
Director for ONR’s SBIR/STTR Program), [email protected]
*ONR SBIR Program Manager: Ms. Tracy Frost, [email protected]
*ONR STTR Program Manager: Ms. Steve Sullivan,
[email protected]
Note: SBIR, STTR requires partnering with Colleges and Universities and
encourages partnership with larger firms to help ensure technology
Transition onto Navy platforms
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Navy/ONR SBIR-STTR Program
SBIR/STTR ‘Topics’ are posted quarterly on the DoD SBIR website at:
www.dodsbir.net :
Phase I – Awards help determine technical merit, feasibility of the
Innovation and small business performance
Phase II – Awards mature the innovation by building and testing a
prototype. Options are based on strong Phase III transition potential
Phase II.5 – Funding continues the Phase II development with strong
transition opportunities and agreements with an acquisition program
Phase III – Transitions the SBIR/STTR technology into a DoD application
thru non-SBIR/STTR funding and other support from ONR S&T Program
Offices, Navy SYSCOMs, etc…
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Navy/ONR SBIR-STTR Program
The goal of the Navy/ONR SBIR Program is to use Small Businesses to
foster innovative research and development that addresses a Navy need
and commercialize that technology into a Navy platform or weapon
systems:
*Transition Assistance Program (TAP): Assists Phase II companies in
developing transition tools (e.g. abstract, quad chart, etc.) and then offers a
final showcase of products at the ‘NAVY OPPORTUNITY FORUM’ with
attendees from Navy Acquisition program offices and inquiry.
“2012 NAVY OPPORTUNITY FORUM – JUNE 4-6 2012
HYATT REGENCY, CRYSTAL CITY, VA
WWW.NAVYOPPORUTNITYFORUM.COM”
Registration is for ‘FREE’
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Navy/ONR SBIR-STTR Program
*Navysbirsearch.com Database: This online database allows companies to
make partnering connections and explore the Navy’s current technology
investment areas. It includes SBIR award information, success stories,
summary reports, points of contact, etc…
*Best Technology Transitions Report & Defense Contractors Partnering
Manual: Located on www.navy.sbir.com. This manual focuses on
successful transition strategies companies may use to increase the
transition in their technology.
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DoD TechMatch
DOD TECHMATCH - http://www.dodtechmatch.com/DOD/index.aspx
Is a web-based portal designed to provide to locate DoD Research &
Development (R&D) Opportunities, Licensable Patents, and information on
approximately 120 DoD Labs located in the U.S. Users can receive a daily
notifications taking them to their matching R&D opportunities relevant to
your business:
*FedBizOpps,
*Grants.gov
*SBIR/STTR Topics
*Calendar of Events;
*Licensable Patents;
*Hot Technologies etc…
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DoD TechMatch
DOD TECHMATCH e.g.:
OPPORTUNITIES
 Browse SBIR Opportunities
 Browse FedGrant Opportunities
 Browse FedBiz Opportunities
 Browse TechNeeds
 Search SBIR Opportunities
 Search FedGrant Opportunities
 Search FedBiz Opportunities
 Search TechNeeds
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ONR Broad Agency
Announcements
A Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) announces an agency's research
interests including criteria for selecting proposals and soliciting the
participation of all offerors capable of satisfying the government's needs‘Examples’
*Long-Range Broad Agency Announcement for Navy and Marine Corps Science and Technology, BAA 12-001
*Fiscal Year 2012 Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for Navy and Marine Corps Science, Technology,
*Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Programs, BAA 12-002
*Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare, BAA 12-006
*FY13 Communications and Networking Discovery and Invention 12-007
*Electronic Warfare Technology, BAA 12-008
*SSBN Security Technology 12-009
*Electronics Technology, BAA 12-010
Website for both ‘Current & Expired’ BAAs:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Broad-Agency-Announcements.aspx
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ONR Broad Agency
Announcements
ONR FY12 Long Range BAA, ONR BAA 12-001:
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) is interested in receiving proposals for Long-Range Science and
Technology (S&T) Projects which offer potential for advancement and improvement of Navy and Marine
Corps operations. This announcement declares ONR’s broad role in competitive funding of meritorious
research across a spectrum of science and engineering disciplines across the entire Navy and Marine
Corp platform.
Potential Offerors are urged to check the program areas that they are interested in throughout the year
for updates to thrust areas and research priorities on the ONR website @ www.onr.navy.mil.
Prior to preparing proposals, potential offerors are strongly encouraged to contact the ONR point of
contact (POC). To identify the ONR POC, follow the link for the appropriate code or division identified
within the BAA then click on the link to the thrust or topic area that you wish to submit a proposal for.
Each thrust or topic area will provide a POC or e-mail address.
This announcement will remain open until 30 September 2012 or until replaced by a successor BAA,
whichever first occurs. Proposals may be submitted at any time during this period.
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ONR Broad Agency
Announcements
Department of the Navy Rapid Innovation Fund, ONR BAA 11-032
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This BAA is primarily for the validation and transition through the Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) of
technologies developed by small businesses (less than 500 employees) including those developed
under Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II awards and under DoD reimbursed
Independent Research and Development (IR&D) that directly support Department of Navy (DoN)
needs and programs.
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RIF funds projects that have already been through the early stages of R&D (primarily through SBIR
or IR&D funding). The proposed RIF effort must advance the technology by validating and
demonstrating the capability in a realistic environment (Technology Readiness levels 6 and 7,
respectively). The R&D efforts to be funded under this BAA will consist of Advanced Component
Development and Prototypes, and the funds available to support awards are Budget Activity 4.
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Those selected for award may receive up to $3M in RIF funding; developmental efforts should be
completed within 24 months, with fielding scheduled for not more than 36 months after contract
award.
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ONR Broad Agency
Announcements
Department of the Navy Rapid Innovation Fund, ONR BAA 11-032
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A new Navy RIF BAA will be issued for FY12; focus areas will include; EST Release July 2012:
– Energy
– Materials
– Micro Electronics
– Manufacturing Technologies
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ONR Broad Agency
Announcements
“REQUIRED TECHNICAL AND COST PROPOSAL TEMPLATES”
*The format and requirements have been developed to streamline and ease
both the submission and the review of proposal packages
*The template and spreadsheet have instructions imbedded into them that
will assist with completing the documents
*The template and spreadsheet require completion of cost-related
information and both documents must be fully completed to constitute a
valid proposal package.
*Templates for contracts can be found at:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/submit-proposal/contractsproposal/cost-proposal.aspx
*Subcontractors are required to provide a separate cost proposal
spreadsheet to support proposed costs.
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ONR Requests for Information
(RFIs)
ONR is constantly looking for innovative scientific and technological solutions. We want to do
business with people and organizations with ground-breaking ideas, pioneering scientific
research, and novel technology developments. Thru its RFIs, ONR seeks out those companies
whose unique capabilities can fulfill future Navy and Marine Corp requirements.
‘Examples’
*Hypoxia Monitoring, Alarm and Mitigation System, 12-RFI-0007
*Compact Rep-Rate Pulsed Power for Diving Railguns, 12-RFI, 0003
*Future Naval Capability Survey of Industry Science and Technology Investments, 12-RFI-0005
Note: Each request provides points of contact for reference.
Website for both ‘Current & Expired’ BAAs:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Requests-for-Information.aspx
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ONR Requests for
Proposals(RFPs)
ONR’s RFPs are generally used when the organization can identify our requirements:
‘Examples of Previous RFPs’
*Propulsion Thruster Reliability Improvement Project, N00014-12-R-0001
*Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Program-Electronics Manufacturing Center, N00014-11-R0004
*Interaction of Typhoon and Ocean Project (ITOP) Data Management and Operations Support,
N00014-10-R-0018
*Manufacturing and Technology (ManTech) Program-Composites Manufacturing Technology
Center, N00014-10-R-0011
Website for both ‘Current & Expired’ RFPs:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/en/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Requests-for-Proposals.aspx
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ONR Simplified Acquisitions
ONR’s Simplified Acquisitions or ‘Request for Quotations’ (RFQs)
are managed by its ‘Contract & Grants Management Department’ ‘Examples of Previous RFQs’
*Network Applications Data Renewal
*Subscription for Public Relations Management
*Sitecore Version 6.2 Upgrade
*Civilian Employee Assistance Program
*Technical Support Services for the Capable Manpower Program, Code 342
*Meeting & Audiovisual Support
*Professional Meeting Facilitation Services
Website for both ‘Current & Expired’ Request for Quotations:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Requests-for-Quotes.aspx
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ONR Special Notices
ONR’s ‘Special Notices’ (SN) provides information regarding industry
days, other events, or information that is not captured in one of the
other funding opportunities but may be relevant to a funding
opportunity:
‘Examples of Special Notices’:
*Notice of Intent to Award a Sole Source for Support Services for ONR’s Director of Innovation, 12-SN0016
*Special Program Announcement for 2012 ONR Basic Research Challenge (BRC): “Couplings-Ocean to
Space or Ionospheric Drivers from Below”, 12-SN-0010
*Special Program Announcement for 2012 ONR – Computational Methods for Decision Making, 12-SN0009
*ONR BRC – Enhancing Intuitive Decision Making Through Implicit Learning, 12-SN-0007
Website for both ‘Current & Expired’ Special Notices:
http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/FundingOpportunities/Special-Notices.aspx
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Navy SeaPort(e)
ONR uses Navy SeaPort(e) to acquire its support services.
SeaPort(e) is the Navy's electronic platform for acquiring support
services in 22 functional areas including engineering, financial
management and program management. The SeaPort(e) portal
provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from
amongst the diverse population of both large and small businesses
and their approved team members. All task orders are competitively
solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort(e) platform.
The Navy conducts rolling admissions to allow new industry
partners with participation opportunities.
Website for Navy SeaPort(e):
http://www.seaport.navy.mil/SeaPort/MAC%20Scope.aspx
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Navy SeaPort(e)
The SeaPort(e) MACs contain scope in the following 22 functional areas:
Research and Development Support
Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
System Safety Engineering Support
Configuration Management (CM) Support
Quality Assurance (QA) Support
Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA) and Information Technology (IT) Support
Inactivation and Disposal Support
Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
Logistics Support
Supply and Provisioning Support
Training Support
In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
Program Support
Functional and Administration Support
Public Affairs and Multimedia Support
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Navy FY12
Small Business Conferences
*6th Annual Blue Coast Symposium, June 11-12, 2012 –
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD,
www.donhq.navy.mil/osbp
*24th Annual Gold Coast Department of the Navy Small Business
Opportunity Conference, August 6-8, 2012, San Diego Convention Center,
San Diego, CA, http://www.navygoldcoast.org/
Department of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs:
http://www.donhq.navy.mil/OSBP/
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Navy SeaPort(e)
Examples of Current/Previous ONR SeaPort(e) Requirements:
*Technical and Programmatic Support to ONR Code 31, C4IS&R,
N00024-12-R-3133;
*Technical and Program Management Support for the Director of
Innovation, ONR Code 03I, N00024-11-R-3523
*Technical Program Management to ONR Code 33, Sea Warfare and
Weapons
Note: All ONR SeaPort(e) Task Orders are automatically set-aside for Small
Business unless a determination has been made that there are no Small
Business Concerns that can fulfill the requirement.
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ONR OSBP POC
Brenda Pickett
Associate Director for Small Business
Office of Small Business Programs
Office of Naval Research
875 North Randolph Street
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: (703) 696-2607
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.onr.navy.mil/en/Contracts-Grants/small-business.aspx
COMMITMENT TO SMALL
BUSINESS
ONR’s Commitment to Small Business:
“The Office of Naval Research is committed to the Small
Business Community having the maximum practicable
opportunity to participate in the Navy’s acquisition
program, both as Prime Contractors and Subcontractors.”
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THE HOME OF INNOVATION
Concepts that can deliver
“The Next Big Thing”
are out there right now…
We want to hear from you!
www.onr.navy.mil
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