Angle Incorporated Information:

Angle has its headquarters in Northern Virginia with offices in Bath, ME, and Pascagoula, MS.  Angle serves the defense industry including government and industry clients.  Angle is a Veteran Owned Small Business with extensive experience in the design and engineering of military ships, vehicles, and systems.  The company supports analysis across a variety of technology domains through modeling and simulation. The simulation work also branches into training and serious game support. 

 

Angle Incorporated has capability in Systems Engineering, Ship Design and Engineering, Software Architecture, Software design, development, testing, and support.  We have model development capability including models for analysis, design development, simulation, and testing.  We support waterfront configuration management, quality assurance, process improvement, and test and trials. 

 

Angle Incorporated provides expertise in the following functional areas:

1. Research and Development Support

2. Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

3. Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

6. Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

7. Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM & A) Support

10. Configuration Management (CM) Support

11. Quality Assurance (QA) Support

12. Informantion System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

14. Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

15. Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support

19. In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support

20. Program Support

21.2 Analytical and Organizational Assessment Support

Past Performance:

PEO Ships, PMS 400D Aegis Destroyer Program Engineering and Management Support

Prime Contract/Task Order Number: N00024-01-D-7014

Subcontract Number: 31-5134161-0-0008

 Subcontract Type: Time and Materials         

Program Name: AEGIS Destroyer Acquisition Program (PMS 400D)

Total Subcontract Cost: $ 2,003,970.58

Work Performed:

Angle Incorporated provides support to the Combat Systems, Test and Trials Branch (PMS 400D5) of the AEGIS Destroyer Acquisition Program.  We support achieving and maintaining reduced observable non-acoustic signatures on DDG 51 Class ships including Flights I, II, IIA, and III.  We work with the 400D5 staff in Washington, DC, the NAVSEA 05T Signatures Technical Warrant Holder in NAVSEA headquarters, with the Supervisor of Shipbuilding Engineering groups in Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair offices in Bath, ME and Pascagoula, MS, and with NSWC CD in Bethesda, MD. 

Our work starts with developing 3D CAD models of the ship or parts of the ship and topside installed equipment for analysis of expected observable performance.  We provide models to other government groups for analysis or conduct analysis in-house.  We support the NAVSEA Technical Codes and the shipyard designers to create compliant designs for topside installations and create and maintain a complete database of signature significant topside items and materials.  We review all the proposed topside changes for compliance with the ship specification observable reduction requirements.

During actual ship construction we inspect configuration significant elements of the structure, equipment, and material for compliance with the specifications and drawings as they are fabricated, assembled, and installed.  This process identifies configuration issues early in the construction process to facility error correction at the earliest possible stage of construction to minimize rework, delay, and cost.  The cost factor for work items escalates with every step down the construction chain.  We also identify whether the issue resulted from a drawing error, a failure to apply the specifications properly or simply a manufacturing mistake. 

We support the ship test and trials process with complete audits of the ships topside observables configuration.  Audit results are documented with identification of all non-conforming material and installations complete with locations, pictures, descriptions of the issue, and citations of the governing specifications and drawings.  This information is incorporated into the trials deficiency tracking and correction process at each shipyard.  Audit results are updated at the end of construction just before ship sail away to provide a validated baseline for the work planned during Post Shakedown Availability (PSA). 

During PSA we support the PSA team by reviewing drawings and specifications for the work planned, conducting an inspection of the ship’s topside configuration early in the PSA to identify any emerging issues with installed structure, equipment or materials. We support crew indoctrination concerning maintenance and operation of their observables management system, and provide them with a copy of their topside configuration guidance.  At the end of PSA we support a final observable management system configuration audit for use maintaining the system. 

 

Point of Contact: Mr. Mark Post, Program Manager, Phone-202-203-6370, e-mail mark.post@baesystems.com, Address – BAE Systems TSS INC, 80M Street, S.E., Suite 300, Washington, DC 20003

Point of Contact: Ms. O'Lisha Thomas, Buyer, Phone – 202-203-6828, e-mail olisha.thomas@baesystems.com, Address – BAE Systems TSS INC, Redland Corporate Center, 520 Gaither Road, Rockville, MD 20850

 

 

NSWC CD Combatant Craft, Code 23, Research, Development, and Engineering Support

Prime Contract/Task Order Number: N65540-12-D-0007 DO 0001

Subcontract Number: 480.001.0101.0AA.002-000-00

Subcontract Type: Cost plus Fixed Fee

Program Name: NSWC Combatant Craft Division Engineering and Technical Services

Total Subcontract Cost: $ 106,551.75

Work Performed:

Angle Incorporated developed training packages and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documents for the Enhanced Visit Board Search and Seizure (EVBSS) 11M Rigid Hull Inflatable boat (RIB) Communication System and the SPAWAR 11M RIB Communication System. 

Angle worked with the engineering personnel from NSWC CCD to develop the SOP documents and training documentation for the Communications System.  We conducted systems checks on the craft themselves including rigging and un-rigging antennae and head-sets, installing and powering removable equipment, and conducting operational checks.  We worked with the system manufacturer to validate their documentation including manuals, drawings, diagrams, and procedures.  We found significant errors in the technical documentation which we worked with the manufacturer to correct.  We created sets of SOP materials on printable plastic paper and sets of classroom training documentation for the students.  We delivered training to students in San Diego to support delivery and commissioning of new RIBs. 

Point of Contact: Mr. Frank DeMasi, Program Manager, Phone – 703-416-3658, e-mail – fdemasi@gibbscox.com, Address – 2711 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1000, Arlington, VA 22202

Point of Contact: Kevin White, VP Finance and Administration, Phone – 703-416-3600, e-mail – kwhite@gibbscox.com, Address – 2711 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1000, Arlington, VA 22202

 

 

BATTELLE Information:

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio since its founding in 1929, Battelle serves the national security, health and life sciences, and energy and environmental industries.  Battelle manages the world’s leading national laboratories and maintains a contract research portfolio spanning consumer and industrial, energy and environment, health and pharmaceutical and national security. We are valued for our independence and ability to innovate within virtually any business or research climate. From large government agencies and multi-national corporations to small start-ups and incubator projects, Battelle provides the resources, brainpower and flexibility to fulfill our clients’ needs.

 

Battelle has capabilities in the area of Systems Engineering, requirements development and analysis in addition to experts in the fields of materials, Total Cost of Ownership, Service Life Extension (SLEP), maritime technologies, robotics, cyber, identify management, CBRN and emergency management planning and response acquisition and logistics management, environmental, energy and medical. Our expertise includes Intelligence/humint analysts, system engineers, T&E, subject matter analysts as well as analytical software tools supporting verification and validation of emergency management and CBRN requirements

 

Battelle has capabilities in all 22 functional areas

☒ 3.1 – Research and Development Support

☒ 3.2 - Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

☒ 3.3 - Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

☒ 3.4 - Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support

☒ 3.5 - System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

☒ 3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

☒ 3.7 – Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support

☒ 3.8 - Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support

☒ 3.9 - System Safety Engineering Support

☒ 3.10 - Configuration Management (CM) Support

☒ 3.11 – Quality Assurance (QA) Support

☒ 3.12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

☒ 3.13 – Inactivation and Disposal Support

☒ 3.14 – Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

☒ 3.15 – Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support

☒ 3.16 – Logistics Support

☒ 3.17 – Supply and Provisioning Support

☒ 3.18 - Technical Training Support

☒ 3.19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support

☒ 3.20 - Program Support

☒ 3.21 - Functional and Administrative Support

☒ 3.22 - Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

 

BATTELLE Past Performance

List relevant Past Performance (within past 3 years)

Contract Title: CBRN Defense Doctrine, Training, Leadership & Education Support

Contract Number: N00178-05-D-4210-FG01

Location of Contract: Fort Leonard Wood, MO, Suffolk, VA, and other military installations

Title or Brief Description:  CBRN Defense Doctrine, Training, Leadership & Education

Completion Date:  (09/28/2-12 – 9/27/2015)

Contract Value:  3,327,312.12 

Contract Title: Support to the Joint Combat Developer for CBRN Experimentation

Contract Number: N00178-05-D-4210-FG02

Location of Contract:  Fort Leonard Wood, MO, Suffolk, VA, and other military installations

Title or Brief Description:  Joint Combat Developer for CBRN Experimentation

Completion Date:  (09/28/2-12 – 9/27/2015)

Contract Value: 3,728,202.00

Contract Title: WMD Analysis USCENTCOM Plans, Strategy, and Policy Directorate, CWMD Division

Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7640-FG01

Location of Contract: USCENTCOM Headquarters, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

33621-5105

Title or Brief Description:  integrate and synchronize Nonproliferation, Counter-proliferation, and Consequence Management activities involving policy, doctrine, planning, intelligence, strategy, exercises, operations, and host nation readiness-related issues

Completion Date:  (9/15/2014 – 9/14/2017)

Contract Value:  $5,807,642

 

Gibbs & Cox, Inc. Information

Gibbs & Cox, Inc. is an independent engineering and design firm specializing naval architecture, marine engineering, management support, and consulting engineering. The firm is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia with offices in New York City; Washington, D.C.; Newport News, Virginia; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The firm is focused on growth in emerging maritime programs in systems engineering, platform design, sustainment and life-cycle extension for both government and commercial market sectors. The core of the firms staff is experienced in naval architecture, engineering, design, and management support services to US Government and international government clients. The Company maintains centers of technical excellence which provide engineering, program management services, computer aided design (2 and 3-D CAD) and life cycle support services. Gibbs & Cox, Inc. is certified as ISO compliant under ISO 9001:2008 for Design, Engineering, Program Management and Administrative services.

Since inception, Gibbs & Cox, Inc. has continuously provided services to the U.S. and international navies, other government agencies, shipyards, and commercial clients. Over our 80-year history, more than 6,000 naval and commercial ships have been built to Gibbs & Cox, Inc. designs. Since 1933, the firm has designed every class of destroyers built for the U.S. Navy, with only one exception.

There are 180 ships in service or under construction/contract worldwide based on Gibbs & Cox, Inc. designs. Nearly 80% of the current U.S. Navy’s Ship Battle Forces surface combatant fleet, and over 45% of the entire U.S. Navy’s Active In Commission surface ship fleet are built to our designs. Included in these are the designs of the LCS FREEDOM Class Littoral Combat Ships, DDG 51 Class AEGIS Guided Missile Destroyers and the FFG 7 Class Guided Missile Frigates. Today, Gibbs & Cox, Inc. continues to work with Industry and Government clients to identify and advance current and future ship design, ship systems development and modernization opportunities worldwide.

Gibbs & Cox Functional Area Capability:

 

1. Research and Development Support

2. Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

3. Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

5. System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

9. System Safety Engineering Support

10. Configuration Management (CM) Support

11. Quality Assurance (QA) Support

14. Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

19. In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support

21.1 Clerical and Administrative Support

21.2 Analytical and Organizational Assessment Support