PROJECT HAVE STAR
Statement of Work
27 MAY 1999
1.1 INTRODUCTION: This statement of work (SOW) describes highly specialized intelligence analysis required by the National Air Intelligence Center (NAIC) to analyze and evaluate worldwide foreign developments on future systems, subsystems, technologies, and operational concepts related to the overall U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Program, the National Missile Defense (NMD) Program, the Theater Missile Defense (TMD) Program, the Joint Theater Air and Missile Defense (JTAMD) Program, and other new initiatives as they develop.
1.2 BACKGROUND: This contract supports the evaluation and analysis of intelligence data on foreign developments in future weapon systems, subsystems, and technologies impacting on the U.S. BMD program, the NMD program, the TMD program, JTAMD program, and other new initiatives. The intelligence data will be in the form of "all source" intelligence information, and will be used to support assessments and long-range forecasts of foreign developments in areas of interest (described below) to selected new initiatives. The highly specialized program support provided by this contract is an essential ingredient to NAIC analysis required to define the worldwide targets for, and the worldwide threat to the BMD program, the NMD program, the TMD program, JTAMD program, and other selected new initiatives. Analysis in the areas of threat development, production, and validation; threat targets; system specific threats; operational threat environment, integrated threat; and integrated intelligence support, are also needed to support Air Force and DIA requirements to evaluate foreign military capabilities. The number and depth of specialized areas of these analyses require specialists of exceptionally high competence in the areas of military systems and operations who are experts in their particular area and are trained to recognize subtleties in foreign developments which can directly impact future military operations and weapons developments.
2.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
The Government will provide intelligence data and any applicable documents to support the contractor's efforts in completing a given task. Applicable documents, when required, will be identified within individual Task Assignment Guides.
The contractor shall:
3.1 Threat Development, Production, and Validation: Produce specialized threat information through a process that includes the identification of program-specific threat requirements, allocation of resources to meet program-specific threat requirements, integration of all-source analyses contributed by other agencies, production of specialized threat documentation and analysis tools, and, where required by regulation or directive, submission of specialized threat documentation to the appropriate agencies for approval and/or validation. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-FNCL-81116], [DI-MGMT-80227], [DI-MGMT-80910]
3.1.1 Prepare annual threat task production plans. [DI-ADMN-81373], [DI-MISC-80508]
3.1.2 Produce all-source intelligence based, customer-specific specialized threat products, based on the annual threat task production plans, in the areas of Threat Targets, System Specific Threats, Reactive Threats, Operational Threat Environment, and Integrated Threat. This includes both long-term and quick-reaction tasking. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-ADMN-81373]
3.1.3 Update or produce text, tables, and figures, derived from customer specific threat documents, to support government production of mandated threat documents such as Threat Environment Descriptions (TEDs), System Threat Assessment Reports (STARs), and STAR annexes. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-ADMN-81373]
3.1.4 Produce specialized analysis tools for government use and ownership. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.2 Threat Targets: Provide engineering descriptions and analysis of current, projected, and reactive aerospace system threats targeted by BMD, NMD, TMD, JTAMD, and other new initiatives. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-FNCL-81116], [DI-MGMT-80227], [DI-MGMT-80910]
3.2.1 Perform engineering analysis on current and projected foreign ballistic missile systems and subsystems. The analysis shall address force levels, roles and missions, design, performance assessment, airframe, propulsion, guidance and control, reentry vehicles, and penetration aids. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.2 Conduct and document foreign ballistic missile flight simulation analysis to include missile trajectory modeling, attack simulation, and attack scenarios. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.2.3 Assess and analyze foreign ballistic missile signatures both actual and simulated in the visual, infrared, ultraviolet, and radar portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.2.4 Analyze foreign ballistic missile vulnerability and hardening to lasers (IR to X-ray wavelengths), particle beam weapons (neutral and charged), and kinetic energy weapons. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.5 Assess foreign capabilities to achieve signature reduction on ballistic missile systems in the areas of RCS (including analysis of advanced technologies) and IR. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.6 Perform engineering analysis on current and projected foreign manned aerodynamic systems including bombers, fighters, and combat support aircraft. The analysis shall address force levels, roles and missions, design, performance assessment, avionics, countermeasure systems, and weapons types and loading. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.7 Perform engineering analysis on current and projected foreign air-to-surface missiles, cruise missiles (air, ground, and sea launched), unmanned aerodynamic vehicles (UAVs), and unguided munitions. The analysis shall address force levels, roles and missions, design, performance assessment, guidance and control, avionics, warhead, and fusing. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.8 Conduct and document foreign aerodynamic flight simulation analysis to include mission planning, flight profile modeling, attack simulation, and attack scenarios. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.2.9 Assess and analyze foreign aerodynamic systems signatures, both actual and simulated, in the visual, IR, UV, and radar portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.2.10 Assess foreign capabilities to achieve signature reduction on aerodynamic systems in the areas of RCS (including analysis of advanced technologies), IR, and electronic emissions. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3 System Specific Threats: Provide engineering descriptions and analysis of current, projected, and reactive weapons and technologies that could threaten BMD, NMD, TMD, JTAMD, and other new initiatives. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-FNCL-81116], [DI-MGMT-80227]
3.3.1 Analyze foreign ground-based, sea-based, air-based, and space-based Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Tracking and Acquisition (RSTA) capabilities. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.2 Analyze foreign ground-based, sea-based, air-based, and space-based electronic combat capabilities. The analysis shall examine the means to jam/spoof sensors and communication links. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-S-30593]
3.3.3 Analyze foreign air and missile defense suppression capability through the use of jamming, anti-radiation missiles, air-to-surface weapons (guided and unguided), ballistic weapons, special operations, and advanced technologies. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.4 Analyze foreign ground-based, sea-based, air-based, and space-based anti-satellite systems; including conventional, nuclear, directed energy weapons, or ballistic missile defense systems used in an anti satellite role. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.5 Assess and analyze information operations and computer security threats. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.6 Characterize foreign chemical and biological warfare capabilities including production capacity, agent characteristics, delivery systems, and countermeasures. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.7 Characterize foreign non-conventional warfare including special-purpose forces, terrorist activity, RF weapons, and emerging technologies. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.3.8 Analyze threat targets used as System Specific Threats. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4 Operational Threat Environment: Assess, analyze, and document the current, projected, and reactive operational environment. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-FNCL-81116], [DI-MGMT-80227], [DI-MGMT-80910]
3.4.1 Characterize foreign offensive and defensive doctrine, strategy, training, and tactics. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.2 Characterize foreign socioeconomic, ethnic, political, religious, etc., factors that influence military doctrine, strategy, training, and tactics. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.3 Analyze foreign command, control, communications, and intelligence (C3I) infrastructure and capabilities. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.4 Characterize foreign attack capabilities, including force size, composition, and attack timing, against both defended and undefended point and area targets. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.5 Characterize foreign conventional, nuclear, chemical and biological weapons system types and inventories. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.6 Characterize foreign information operations capabilities relative to information gain, exploit, attack, and defend. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.7 Characterize the employment of foreign camouflage, concealment, and deception
(CC&D) equipment that supports foreign operation or strategic denial and deception activity. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.8 Assess foreign nation capability to develop or implement CC&D technology that
is employed to protect aircraft, ballistic missiles, selected ground vehicles, and strategic facilities. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.9 Assess foreign CC&D ability to deny or degrade US intelligence, surveillance,
and reconnaissance sensors (ISR), and the US reconnaissance, surveillance, targeting, and acquisition (RSTA) capability. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.10 Assess foreign logistics, support, and production capabilities. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.4.11 Analyze the effects of geography, weather, time of day, logistics, mission planning, weapon systems capabilities, and weapon system operator proficiency has on foreign operations. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.5 Integrated Threat: Assess, analyze, and document the current, projected, and reactive integrated threat, that is, the synergism of threat targets, system specific threats, and the operational threat environment that defines the complete war fighting capability of an adversary. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-FNCL-81116], [DI-MGMT-80227], [DI-MGMT-80910]
3.5.1 Characterize foreign perceptions of current and future US offensive and defensive systems including weapons, sensors, communications, and countermeasures. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.5.2 Analyze foreign capability to integrate offensive, defensive, and defense suppression operations to defeat or degrade current and future US offensive and defensive systems. [DI-MISC-80508]
3.5.3 Perform quantitative modeling of US/foreign strategic and theater exchanges. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.5.4 Perform quantitative modeling of US ballistic missile and/or air defense systems and architectures and related measures of effectiveness. [DI-MISC-80508], [DI-MCCR-80700]
3.6 PROGRAM REVIEWS: The contractor's program manager shall be required to present
oral program reviews as directed by the NAIC COR. The first program review shall be presented at the completion of the first six months after contract award, and thereafter, one review shall be presented every six months. Attendance at the program review shall be coordinated with the NAIC COR.
4.0 MISCELLANEOUS: Indicate the ability to comply with established policies.
4.1.1 General Y2K Compliance/Certification: The contractor shall certify that all deliverables are Y2K compliant. All software created or modified, as a result of tasking shall be Y2K compliant. Year 2000 compliance means that software application accurately processes date/time data (including, but not limited to, calculating, comparing, and sequencing) from, into, and between 20th & 21st centuries, and the years 1999 and 2000, leap year calculations, and to the extent that other software applications, used in combination with said software/application, properly exchange date/time data with it.
4.1.2 Y2K Validation Testing: The contractor shall develop and execute aY2Kvalidation test plan based on the AF Y2K certification checklist, conduct a final Y2K certification test in the NAIC Y2K test environment, and deliver a completed AF Y2K certification checklist documenting the Y2K testing results.
4.1.3 Indicate compliance with AF Policy on Ozone Depleting Substances. Ensure that all
aspects of SOW do not involve the use of Class I Ozone Depleting Chemicals (ODCs) in performance of the contract, nor does it require the delivery of these Class I ODCs in any item of supply or as part of any service.