DoD 2019.1 SBIR BAA Modifications
Announcement Text Changes
Important Note: The following modifications have been made to this BAA since its release to the Internet — January 8, 2019.
Army Topic A18-148 description, paragraph 2, 1st sentence has been revised to read:
The development of a compact, rapidly deployable, expandable and relocatable shelter system will provide Soldiers with protection during dispersed missions and combat operations
Posted — August 29, 2018
In the Army SBIR 18.3 Instructions on page 7, the POC for Aviation and Missile RD&E Center (AMRDEC-A) Program Coordinator has been revised to read Dawn Gratz, 256-842-8769.
Posted — September 4, 2018
SBIR 18.3 USSOCOM Topic SOCOM183-003 was removed.
Posted — September 6, 2018
DLA Topics DLA183-001 through DLA183-010 have had all instances of “SBIR_NESO_NSNS” amended to read “SBIR_NESO_NSN"
Posted — September 17, 2018
Air Force Topic AF183-024 Description section has been amended to read:
DESCRIPTION: Highly accurate missile attitude measurements are required to support the development of missile performance (6-degree of freedom) and signature (UV-IR). The requirement is to measure missile attitude (yaw, pitch, roll rate, roll position) of MANPADS-type missile under live fire conditions. Accuracy requirements for pitch and yaw are +/- 1 degree (threshold) and +/- 0.5 degree (objective). Accuracy on roll rate is +/-2 rps threshold and +/-0.5 rps objective. Required accuracy for roll position is +/- 5 degrees threshold and +/-1 degree objective. Position measurements are not expressly required but would be a bonus. Data rate requirement for all data is 100 Hz threshold and 500 Hz objective. Measurements are required under both day and night conditions. Night operations may require an illumination system if an optical approach is used to measure missile attitude. The minimum eye-safe distance for such a system may be a discriminating factor. The complete flight envelope is contained within a 10 km long, 0.5 km wide, 2 km high region. Measurements are required from launch to point of closest approach to the target. Typical missile launcher-to-target distances are from 0.5 to 10 km. Typical missile roll rates are on the order of 20 rps.
Posted — October 3, 2018
Army SBIR Phase 18.3 Proposal Submission instructions Page 1 - SBIR Helpdesk phone number was corrected to read 866-570-7247
Posted — October 3, 2018
Air Force Topic AF184-043 was amended to remove "Acquisition Program: AEHF – Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHR) Satellite Program'""
Posted — October 10, 2018