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The Office of Naval Research (ONR) Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Combating Terrorist Department (Code 30) is responsible for the development and transition of science and technology that will enable the Operating Forces of the Department of the Navy to fight, win, and survive in the battlefield of the future. These responsibilities include the management of Basic Research, Applied Research, Advanced Technology Development and Future Naval Capabilities in the Code 30 program areas.
ONR Code 30 requires technical, engineering, analytical, and program management support services. Examples of the types of the technical, engineering, analytical, and program management support required includes, but is not limited to:
- Program/project planning assistance
- Scientific and technical reviews of research communities
- Survey of technical literature
- Program staff coordination
- Systems engineering and integration assistance
- Program, project, and financial review assistance
- Science and Technology coordination
- Demonstration integration
- Data analyses
- Supporting Code 30 interaction with Academia, Industry and the Naval Research & Development Enterprise (NR&DE) in identification and development of new science and technology opportunities
- Supporting Code 30 interactions with combat development, acquisition partners and S&T providers to include the
Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), Marine Corps Combat Development and Integration
(CD&I), Marine Corps Training and Education Command (TECOM), Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC)
The Contractor shall provide the services necessary to support ONR 30 integration efforts with Navy Special Warfare communities (NAVSPECWAR, NECC, MARSOC), US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and other DoD organizations within the Joint and Interagency Community in order to enhance ONR S&T visibility and identification of collaborative partnerships for relevant S&T development efforts.
The contractor shall provide highly qualified liaison to Marine Special Operations Command, Navy Special Warfare and NECC to facilitate potential technology transitions and technology concept development.
The Contractor shall determine requirements for and coordinate participation of fleet representatives in technology demonstrations, workshops, and simulation exercises designed to advance technology development for Naval Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare.
Provide an offsite facility optimally located to maximize stakeholder engagement in order to:
• Engage stakeholders at service and joint levels to generate support for S&T efforts.
• Review, analyze and synthesize strategic guidance, operational requirements, and emerging operator needs to identify new technology gaps and validate existing S&T objectives.
• Provide situational awareness to the S&T community on emerging guidance, concepts and capability requirements to drive S&T investment.
• Provide technical analysis of S&T efforts to map S&T gaps to current and future capability requirements.