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10 -- Sources Sought for Technical and Engineering Support for Firefinder Weapon locating radar programs.

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Sources Sought
Contracting Office
US Army Communications-Electronics Command, CECOM Acquisition Center, ATTN: AMSEL-AC, Building 1208, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5008
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Point of Contact
Michaela Simmons, 732-532-4042
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Email your questions to US Army Communications-Electronics Command, CECOM Acquisition Center
Small Business Set-Aside
NA The U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM) is conducting market research to determine the interest and capability of potential sources for technical engineering and support services in providing studies, analysis, design and performance e valuations for the Firefinder weapon locating radar programs and the SHORTSTOP countermeasures system. Firefinder consists of three systems, the AN/TPQ-36, AN/TPQ-37, and AN/TPQ-47. These systems are mortar and artillery weapon locating radars. SHORTSTO P is an electronic warfare system that detects proximity fuzed munitions and predetonates them. The support required is to provide radar system performance analysis, radar hardware and software algorithm analysis, radar system threat analysis, analysis of future radar sensor requirements, analysis and repair of Radar Environmental Simulator (RES) problems, and analysis of Firefinder and SHORTSTOP predicted performance. To provide this type of support, the requisite technical engineering knowledge and expe rience is required. This includes the requisite engineering tools, RES test simulation and interface requirements, and intricate knowledge of the current Firefinder radar software and hardware and historical database. The majority of these efforts are fo r the design, development, fabrication and testing of the AN/TPQ-47 Radar Environment Simulator System (RESS). Qualified small business sources may identify their interest and capability to respond to this requirement by providing a clear and convincing S tatement of Capability. The Statement of Capability should be detailed enough to make a technical assessment of the capabilities possessed by the Contractor. All Statements of Capability received within 15 days of this synopsis will be considered by the Government. POC is Stan Dobies at 732-427-5224 or email address: Stanley.Dobies@iews.monmouth.army.mil.
Place of Performance
Address: US Army Communications-Electronics Command, CECOM Acquisition Center ATTN: AMSEL-AC, Building 1208 Fort Monmouth NJ
Zip Code: 07703-5008
Country: US
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