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UNCLASSIFIED. Uniform Integrated Protection Ensemble (UIPE) Increment I (I 1 ) Technology Development. August 31, 2010. Industry Day. Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. JPEO-CBD Organizational Overview.

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    1. UNCLASSIFIED Uniform Integrated Protection Ensemble (UIPE) Increment I (I1) Technology Development August 31, 2010 Industry Day Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

    2. JPEO-CBD Organizational Overview

    3. Joint Project Manager for Individual Protection Mission Statement Mission: The Joint Project Manager for Individual Protection is responsible for providing percutaneous, respiratory and ocular protection against chemical and biological threats for our nation’s warfighters. Vision: Provide revolutionary Individual Protective Equipment to the warfighter that is operationally effective and suitable, cost effective, and truly necessary to maintain operations in a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) environment.

    4. Ground Rules Disclaimers Draft RFP for Discussion Only Hold Questions to the Q&A Session Distribution of 3 X 5 Index Cards Refrain From Conducting any Side bar Conversations Related to This Acquisition Forum Board Will be Kept Open Until Release of Final RFP

    5. Industry Day Agenda

    6. Administrative Notes • Rest rooms are located across the hall from the Regency 2 doorway (doors on left hand side of the room as you exit), as well as additional restrooms thru the lobby, down the ramp and past the elevators. • The Business Center offers computer access, printer connections and internet, just obtain a key card from the front desk for entry. • The front desk can assist with photocopying and faxing needs. • The restaurant is open until 1:30 P.M. for breakfast and lunch and the lounge opens at 4:00 for cocktails and pub style offerings. • The Corner Pantry found in the lobby sells snacks, sodas and various sundry items.

    7. UIPE and UIPE I1 Overview Ruzena Rok Product Manager UIPE I1 JPM-Individual Protection Ru.Rok@us.army.mil

    8. UIPE Concept CBRN Protection Integrated into an Ensemble Identical in Fit and Form to the Combat Uniform Incremented Development to Produce Technologies with Improved Military Utility

    9. UIPE Objective The objective of programs initiated from UIPE is to fully integrate CBRN/TIM protection into an ensemble, identical in fit and form to the combat uniform (including mask/helmet integration and protective boots and gloves) . . . The UIPE goal is to increase warfighter operational performance in a CBRN environment through critical examination of threat data, emerging technologies, and user tradespace while seeking to balance factors like protection, heat stress, durability, antimicrobial properties, launderability, self–detoxification, protection time, etc… Accordingly, UIPE will provide incremental technologies with military utility that are modular in their function, and are an improvement in form and fit over current systems…. 9

    10. Increment 1 UIPE I1 SOCOM USN UIPE Capability Triad 10

    11. UIPE I1 System Description • UIPE I1 is a Single Supplemental System Providing CBRN Individual Protection to the Warfighter through a Reduction in Physiological and Psychological Burdens Associated with the Weight, Bulk, Thermal Strain, and Encumbrance of Wearing CBRN Protective Gear • UIPE I1 Capabilities will Include: • Protection from CB Warfare Agents to Include Retention of Protective Capability after Exposure to Environmental Contaminants • Suitability of Wear while Performing Combat Operations on Land or at Sea, in Multiple Climates, with Minimal Impact on Combat Effectiveness • Ability to Tailor Materiel Solution (“Toolbox Concept”) to Optimize Protection Based on Mission and Threat • Compatibility with Current and Developmental CBRN Protective Ensemble Components and Individual Combat Equipment

    12. UIPE I1 Program Strategy As the first increment of the UIPE, UIPE I1 supports a broader evolutionary acquisition strategy as an enabling material technology and risk mitigation for future UIPE increments… Flexibility to accelerate fielding of the UIPE I1 to meet warfighter needs through the use of Modified COTS products or Non-Developmental Items (NDI) is key to the overall strategy… The intent is to field a UIPE I1 capability that reduces thermal and physiological burden over current CBRN garments. Trade-offs in CBRN protection may be considered to attain thermal burden reduction. These capability improvements will enable increased mission time and reduced risk of heat casualties in the operational environment.

    13. ~ BREAK ~

    14. Contracting Brief UIPE Increment 1 (UIPE I1) John Conlin Contracts Specialist RDECOM-CC Natick Contracting Division John.conlin3@us.army.mil

    15. Contracting - Acquisition Strategy Modified COTS/NDI Exploring Potential Set-Asides IDIQ contract 1 or more contracts, each single award Total value of requirement is ~$130M Base year for TD, EMD, LRIP 4 option years for FRP RFP and Contract will cover Technology Development Engineering & Manufacturing Development Low Rate Initial Production Full Rate Production Associated T&E

    16. Contracting - Selection/Gates Proposal Evaluation Gov. downselects offeror(s) for EMD Phase Contract Award/Delivery Order 0001 Awardee(s) deliver additional samples for T&E DT/OT Gov. downselects contractor(s) for LRIP Delivery Order 0002 Contractor(s) delivers FA, LRIP Lot MOT&E Gov. downselects contractor(s) for FRP Delivery Order 0003 Contractor(s) begin production on FRP lots Pre Award PostAward

    17. Contracting – Proposal Components Samples 3 garments sized for thermal manikin 2 additional garments: a size larger, a size smaller 5 linear yards of material, at least 36” wide, one continuous piece Volumes Volume I – Administrative Volume II – Technical Volume III – Management Volume IV – Performance Risk Volume V – Small Business Participation Plan (if required) Volume VI - Price

    18. Contracting – Proposal Evaluation Key Points: Technical evaluation will use information provided in the proposal, and information generated from Government testing A company with no Government past performance will receive a “neutral” rating Technical, Management evaluations will be adjectival (Outstanding, Acceptable, Unacceptable) with Risk Assessment Past performance will receive a High/Med/Low risk assessment Price evaluation will be for fairness, reasonableness, and price competitiveness and will NOT be given an adjectival or risk rating Subcontracting Plan – Per FAR 19.705 A rating of “Unacceptable” in any subfactor means “Unacceptable” at the proposal level Government will use TRADEOFFS TO DETERMINE BEST VALUE

    19. Contracting – Post Award Downselects The Government will not issue Delivery Orders for LRIP or FRP unless the Government determines that the Contractor’s candidate system meets the performance specifications, technology readiness levels and manufacturing readiness levels described in the System Performance Specification. System Performance AND Production capacity/capability requirements must be met.

    20. Contracting - Pre Award Schedule

    21. Contracting – POCs Contracting Officer – Richard Alves richard.alves@us.army.mil Contract Specialists Jennifer Lesco jennifer.lesco@us.army.mil, 508-233-5043 John Conlin john.conlin3@us.army.mil, 508-233-6039

    22. Performance RequirementsTest & EvaluationLogistics Overview UIPE Increment 1 (UIPE I1)

    23. TD Phase – Notional Performance Requirements

    24. Test and Evaluation Flow Chart Delivery Order LRIP Review RFP Proposals Delivery Order EMD Phase II TD Phase I PD Phase III Thermal Manikin Thermal Burden M&S Chemical Swatch Human Factors MIST/Aerosol Physical Properties Size/Fit Environmental/Storage Packaging Issue FRP Production Delivery Order(s) Thermal Manikin Thermal Burden M&S Chemical Swatch User Focus Group Physical Properties MOT&E Award IDIQ Cont FRP / Decision SSEB / SSA MS B / Decision MS C / Decision Vendors Eliminated Vendors Eliminated Vendors Eliminated

    25. UIPE I1 Test and Evaluation Strategy Overarching Strategy Focus on Reduced Thermal Burden & Challenge Levels Thermal Burden Reduction to be Defined Operationally as (1) Increased Mission Duration (in Minutes); and (2) Reduction of Heat Casualties (Via M&S) Phase I - Tech Development / Competitive Prototyping Thermal Manikin Eval / Thermal Burden Modeling (USARIEM) Initial Chemical Agent Swatch Testing Human Factors Evaluation Limited Physical Properties Testing Down-Select to Prototypes that meet Phase I Criteria

    26. EMD Phase II DT / OT Following Down-Select of Phase I, candidates will complete Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) Phase II (DT/OT) Test Events for EMD Phase II include: Chemical Swatch Testing Thermal Manikin/Thermal Burden M&S MIST and Aerosol Physical Properties Testing Durability Field Trial Human Factors Evaluation Size/Fit Evaluation Environmental/Storage Testing Packaging Evaluations

    27. Production and Deployment Phase III MOT&E A Second Down-Select will be completed following Phase II EMD DT/OT Candidates that pass down-select criteria will continue on to MOT&E Testing will be conducted during Low-Rate Initial Production of the Production and Deployment Phase MOT&E consist of activity duty military personnel evaluating : Operational Effectiveness Operational Suitability Operational Survivability

    28. Phase I Test Methodologies

    29. UIPE I1 Logistics Overview • Use and Care Instructions • Field Repair Capability • Operational Storage • Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation (PHS&T) • To Protect • To Integrate • To Recover • 2D Data Matrix • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Case/Pallet Level • Service Life • 7 month minimum after being opened • Shelf Life (Fixed and Extendable) • Based on Technical Merit versus Arbitrary Construct • Surveillance Monitoring • Disposal

    30. UIPE I1 POCs • Product Manager, Ruzena M. Rok, 703-617-2414, ru.rok@us.army.mil • Test & Evaluation Lead, Tara Bell, 703-617-2478, tara.bell1@us.army.mil • Lead Logistician, Pamala Upshur, 703-617-2387, pamala.upshur@us.army.mil • Lead Program Analyst, Cynthia Serrano, 703-617-2415, cynthia.serrano.ctr@usmc.mil Procurement Sensitive

    31. ~ BREAK ~

    32. Summary / Wrap-Up

    33. ~ Q & A Session ~

    34. Extra Slides & Back-Ups