Recent Awards

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May 1, 2016 BAA-15-Q-3358 – The Surveillance, Collection, and Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $1,049,721 contract to The Radiant Group, Inc. to integrate voice identification technologies onto the ROVER platform, as well as future integration/correlation of voice capabilities.

April 6, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $800,716 contract to Queensland University of Technology to develop standardized test procedures and to validate those test procedures against commercially available cooling systems in a CBRNE context.

March 28, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Surveillance, Collection, and Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $826,770 contract to Battelle Memorial Institute to design and develop a canine distraction device.

March 21, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $933,812.11 contract to Open Technology Center of Excellence, Inc. for development of new analytic tools that leverage the architectural aspects of communications between mobile devices/sensors and analytic decision making - to include smartphones, and smart sensors.

February 8, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $929,537.11 contract to Open Technology Center of Excellence, Inc. for investigating mobile device deployment that promotes the collection, dissemination, and analysis of information with mobile devices in a secure and compliant manner. The main focus will be Disaster Management and Recovery Mission: Claims and funds tracking from agency level analytic nodes to smartphones/mobile devices in the field. 

February 8, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $8,456,381.60 contract to System of Systems Analytics, Inc. for development of new analytic tools that will integrate data, processes, and less mature software tools.

February 4, 2016 BAA 14-Q-3272 – The Physical Security Subgroup awarded a $2,137,000 contract to CONTROP USA, Inc. to develop a fixed site optical surveillance system with day/night, 360-degree, long range scanning capability, to protect the force in tactical combat outposts.

January 29, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $875,194 contract to Raytheon Blackbird Technologies to develop an enhanced vehicle tracker that fuses position tracking and estimating methods to provide accurate position reporting in GPS-deprived environments.

January 4, 2016 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $604,900 contract to MRIGlobal to develop next generation chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear evidence bags.

December 30, 2015 BAA-15-Q-3358 – The Improvised Device Defeat/Explosives Countermeasures Subgroup awarded a $199,214 contract to A-T Solutions to develop an Affordable RF Firing System to initiate shock tube and electric blasting caps remotely.

December 11, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Investigative and Forensic Science Subgroup awarded a $257,000 contract to Applied Research Associates, Inc. to research and establish the best investigative and forensic procedures possible to analyze firearms created by 3D printing using non-metallic substances such as plastic, nylon, ceramics, carbon fiber, and other polymeric materials.

December 7, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Irregular Warfare and Evolving Threats Subgroup awarded a $328,201.65 contract to Caerus Analytics, LLC to develop an operational concept and application process that enables civilians in conflict zones or at-risk areas to quickly receive rewards of “tip-sized” amounts using virtual currencies when they share geo-tagged information (i.e., photo, video, text) on topics of interest.

December 3, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $731,053 contract to International Personnel Protection to develop multiple use biological personal protective equipment which provides National Fire Protection Association 1999, Standard on Protective Clothing for Emergency Medical Operations, protection.

November 10, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Tactical Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $1,000,000 contract to L-3 Communications Corporation - Warrior Systems Sector Insight Division to develop a Wide Field of View - Binocular Night Vision Device (WFOV - BNVD).

November 9, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Tactical Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $2,683,306 contract to UAV Solutions, Inc. to develop a Multi-Ability Reconfigurable Small Unmanned Aircraft System (MARSUAS).

October 23, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $266,671 contract to Impact Research and Technology, LLC to develop an event pin identification system that mitigates the risk of adversaries, including insider threats, gaining unauthorized access to event sites.

September 29, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Physical Security Subgroup awarded a $982,028 contract to Millennium Engineering and Integration Company to design, develop, test, and deliver an unmanned aerial system that will provide the ability to safely conduct reconnaissance of discovered illicit tunnels and/or scheduled inspections of underground municipal infrastructures (UMIs) for evidence of interconnecting tunnel activity.

September 18, 2015 BAA 15-Q-3358 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $859,756.82 contract to Gentex Corporation to develop a communications system that works with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1994, Class 2 and Class 3 garments.

July 21, 2015 BAA 14-Q-3272 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $578,573 contract to Avon Protection Systems, Inc. to develop a combination Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Carbon Monoxide low profile escape respirator.

April 29, 2013 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Irregular Warfare Support Program awarded a $3,766,906.00 follow on contract to Orbis Operations, LLC to continue delivery of a proactive methodology for recognizing threats and a decision making framework for how to take appropriate risk mitigating actions.

April 8, 2013 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $2,522,743.00 contract to GE Global Research to develop a small low cost device to be inserted into or applied to the outside of packages or cargo to monitor the item for trace amounts of explosive threat materials concealed in packages and cargo originating from high risk regions and from other than trusted shippers.

March 12, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $474,924.00 contract to Protection Engineering Consultants, LLC to design and develop a course for training bomb technicians and tactical breachers to identify safe locations with minimal risk from blast and fragment injuries. The training will use a visual animation to illustrate overpressure in urban settings and instructions on how to use a Safe Zone Estimation Tool.

March 11, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Irregular Warfare Support Program awarded a $1,148,811.00 contract to Center for Innovative Technology to enhance NORTHCOM’s awareness and understanding of changes in popular support for and influence of transnational crime organizations using social media sources.

March 7, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $539,634.00 contract to AirBoss-Defense to develop a next generation CB glove with a balance between level of protection, tactility, and comfort.

March 1, 2013 BAA 13-Q-3025 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $2,116,895.00 contract to System of Systems Analytics, Inc. to support the development, integration, and deployment of scalable tools that will enable military analysts and decision makers to anticipate force activity consequences; discern potential outcomes from political, military, economic, and social interventions; incorporate social science “universals” in course of action analysis/campaign planning/ examine interdependent military, political, economic, and information dynamics; anticipate emergent actors, factions, and powerbases; and compare/contrast multiple courses of action.

February 22, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $260,837.00 contract to International Personnel Protection to develop a new test method to evaluate the liquid integrity of garments/ensembles.

January 29, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $688,539.49 contract to Spectral Labs Inc. for the design and development of a browser-based interactive simulation to train military and emergency response personnel on the topic of chemical agent behaviors and proper response procedures.

January 28, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Investigative Support and Forensics Subgroup awarded a $683,387.00 contract to Quantum Signal LLC to develop a forensic tool capable of analyzing and categorizing counterfeit identity and travel documents and the data associated with them. The tool will identify problem documents, the locations seized and produced, their quality, and manufacturing methods. The information will be used to link the documents to other counterfeits, investigations, and terrorist groups.

January 16, 2013 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Investigative Support and Forensics Subgroup awarded a $553,996.00 contract to Florida International University to develop an automated identification and analysis system for copier toners, inkjet inks, and traditional print ink media. The multi-discipline analysis shall rapidly identify any fraudulent documents and link them with comparable documents associated with other terrorist or criminal incidents, locations, or individuals.

December 22, 2012 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $665,482.00 contract to Getting More, Inc. to deliver and evaluate a high stakes negotiation training program for the war fighter and the interagency community.

December 20, 2012 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $1,690,115.00 contract to White Canvas Group LLC to develop and evaluate a program designed to enhance visual sensory skill performance to move war fighters and law enforcement from normal to elite performance levels.

December 19, 2012 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $$421,167.00 contract to Hardwire, LLC to design and develop a lightweight vehicle armor package for American manufactured sport utility vehicles used in government fleets within the protective services community tasked with transporting and protecting high risk personnel.

December 18, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $1,190,550.00 contract to Dager Technology to plan and implement the National Radiological and Nuclear Detection Challenge, including planning, marketing and communications, registration and attendee coordination, execution of the Challenge, and reporting of best practices and equipment evaluations.

December 11, 2012 – The Improvised Device Defeat Subgroup awarded a $85,543.00 contract to RE2 to develop an Automatic Wire Cutter (AWC) to allow a bomb technician or a robotic platform to place the time-delayed cutter on an electrical lead or trip wire, giving the technician or robot extra time to move a safe distance from a known or suspect improvised explosive device prior to the AWC functioning.

December 10, 2012 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $65,627.34 contract to Adayana Government Group for the design and development of a guidebook on the topic of trade based money laundering in English and Spanish to complement existing training and training materials.

November 19, 2012 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $1,648,195.00 contract to Midwest Research Institute to design and develop a remote activation mechanism integrated within a vehicle that autonomously triggers the device upon detection of pressures and/or accelerations characteristic of pre-defined threats such as roadside improvised explosive devices.

November 15, 2012 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $978,676.00 contract to Sound Innovations Inc. to develop a multi-functional earpiece that provides hearing protection and amplification and monitors/records head accelerations due to blast or blunt impact events.

November 8, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Irregular Warfare Support Program awarded a $3,106,878.00 contract to Orbis Operations, LLC to provide a proactive methodology for recognizing threats and a decision making framework for how to take appropriate risk mitigating actions.

October 26, 2012 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $186,206.25 contract to Adayana Government Group to develop a training package for senior government officials on how to protect themselves and their families against threats such as identity theft, personal security, etc. when not assigned a protective service detail.

October 26, 2012 BAA-11-Q-3830 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Subgroup awarded a $2,352,015.00 contract to Unconventional Concepts, Inc. to perform operations research and systems analysis of current biosurveillance systems and provide a functional BioID system for the easy accessibility to a wide array of biological-related data emerging from research, clinical testing and diagnostics, and other diverse sources.

September 28, 2012 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $753,618.00 contract to TNO Defence, Security and Safety to develop physiological and cognitive tolerance times to heat stress for individuals wearing Class 1 protective equipment.

September 27, 2012 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $1,946,006.00 contract to BAE Systems to develop the capability to automatically compute and report track confidence to improve forensic tracking in wide area motion imagery data.

September 25, 2012 BAA 12-Q-4747 – The Tactical Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $319,912.39 contract to White Canvas Group LLC to enhance the current Border Watch system. Border Watch is a mass alert tool designed specifically for use by U.S. Border Patrol agents and trusted assets to rapidly collect and disseminate reports of suspicious activity or suspect profiles in the field, greatly decreasing response and recovery time. The mass alert system is ubiquitous and allows a high level of situational awareness of activity surrounding U.S. borders through the use of mobile devices in austere and diverse geographies. The recent enhancement of Border Watch includes integration with commercially available camera systems.

September 24, 2012 BAA 12-Q-4701 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $12,749,028.38 contract to Advanced Mission Systems LLC to research, develop, teach, and validate a close target reconnaissance and physical surveillance methodology to be applied by military and interagency personnel.

September 20, 2012 BAA-12-Q-4747 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $840,000.00 contract to Toyon Research Corporation to develop the capability to automatically reconstruct dense e-D models from wide area motion imagery data and use those models to perform 3-D-based geo-registration.

September 7, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $1,148,530.02 contract to System of Systems Analytics, Inc. to develop model predictive controllers that operate in conjunction with the Athena program.

August 23, 2012 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $2,782,723.00 contract to System of Systems Analytics, Inc. to extend development for Cognitive Counter-IED Signatures System and prepare for and execute associated deployment activities.

August 23, 2012 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $2,838,357.00 contract to System of Systems Analytics, Inc. to develop improvised explosive device signatures that will comprise two elements: support in developing needed tools and processes and execution of the developed processes in order to actually populate the C2IS2 signatures library and Red Nodal Model.

August 22, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Tactical Operations Support Subgroup awarded a $9,540,443.92 contract to Roboteam for the Next Generation Tactical Mesh Network, a Windows and Android-based software and hardware solution for transmitting video, voice, and data by small units of dismounted and mounted tactical operators across a secure, high bandwidth mobile ad hoc network radio.

August 13, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $75,100.36 contract to Asymmetric Combat Institute to analyze, develop, and evaluate a course on tactical emergency casualty care.

August 10, 2012 – The Physical Security Subgroup awarded a $1,639,510.00 contract to HALO Maritime Defense Systems for one passive waterside barrier system that integrates well with existing systems.

July 10, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $1,200,00.00 contract to the University of Illinois at Urbana to produce a small, handheld optoelectric detector capable of detecting chemicals and mixtures thereof and categorizing and classifying complex mixtures for subsequent use in insurgent and improvised explosive device manufacturing network identification and tracking.

June 29, 2012 BAA-13-Q-3025 – The Investigative Support and Forensics Subgroup awarded a $675,800.37 contract to Azimuth Incorporated to develop a head-mounted device containing sensors to measure the traditional polygraph measurements of pulse, blood pressure, breathing, and electro-dermal activities and integrate an eye pupil measurement.

June 29, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $400,000.00 contract to Decision Sciences to evaluate existing Decision Sciences’ algorithms application to detection and identification of explosives, people, weapons, and other contraband in cargo.

June 27, 2012 BAA 13-Q-3025 – The Investigative Support and Forensics Subgroup awarded a $204,408.00 contract to the Centre of Expertise in Energetic Materials at Flinders University to develop a searchable database and map for determining the geographical origin of materials or residues from homemade explosives or improvised explosive devices by the comparison of their analytical profiles.

June 26, 2012 BAA 09-Q-4554 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $70,600.00 contract to Conflict Kinetics to integrate equipment hardware and transition a simulation system that improves a soldier’s kinetic eye movement and target acquisition skills.

June 13, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Irregular Warfare Support Program awarded a $999,161.00 contract to Gallup, Inc. to develop Combatant Command-level communication activities.

June 12, 2012 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $3,757,979.84 contract to Applied Research Associates to identify injury thresholds for clinically significant changes in neurological function caused by repeated blast exposure to low-level explosions, and develop guidelines for estimating risk of injury, when to seek medical attention, and recommended recovery time between exposures.

May 25, 2012 BAA 11-Q-3830 – The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $1,434,668.34 contract to Applied Research Associates to characterize the nature and severity of injuries resulting from tertiary blast events in sufficient detail to enable prediction of both incapacitation and medical response requirements.

May 17, 2012 BAA-11-Q-3830 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $745,174.24 contract to Semantic Science Pty Ltd to create an integrated system to provide high performance information extraction, entity resolution, clustering, anomaly detection, interest detection, interactive network visualization, and real-time generation of alarms and warnings.

May 10, 2012 – The Advanced Analytic Capabilities Subgroup awarded a $4,494,308.00 contract to Palantir USG, Inc. to integrate, test, and evaluate the analytic platform in a number of specified areas.

May 9, 2012 BAA-12-Q-4747 – The Training Technology Development Subgroup awarded a $99,500.00 contract to Conflict Kinetics to conduct two two-week evaluations for a simulation system that improves a soldier’s kinetic eye movement and target acquisition skills.