Provide support in evaluating the operational effectiveness and suitability of the Joint Service Aircrew Mask – Strategic Aircraft (JSAM SA) during structured follow on test & evaluation. The Joint Service Aircrew Mask for Strategic Aircraft (JSAM-SA) is a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN), and Toxic Industrial Material (TIM) Hazard Protection respirator. JSAM SA will provide individual respiratory, ocular, and percutaneous protection of chemical and biological warfare agents, and reduce toxic and industrial chemicals exposure to the level of the C2A1 filter. JSAM SA will replace legacy aircrew chemical and biological (CB) protective respirators for the United States Air Force (USAF), United States Navy (USN), and United States Marine Corps (USMC) aircraft. The JSAM SA acquisition strategy involves multiple integrated test functions be conducted concurrently; must be capable of supporting multiple test and evaluation activities simultaneously throughout the period of performance. These evaluation activities may occur at different locations as well as being conducted in parallel.
The duties will include conducting all aspects of technical review in support of documentation, plans, and reports associated with Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) at Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force (COMOPTEVFOR). The contractor must be familiar with technical documents, to include Test and Evaluation Masters Plans (TEMP), TEMP input letters, TEMP comment letters, Integrated Evaluation Frameworks (IEF), test plans and final reports.
Within the last five years (unless stated otherwise), all personnel shall:
•Demonstrate experience with Developmental Testing (DT), Operational Testing and Evaluation (OT&E), or Follow-On Test and Evaluation (FOT&E)
•Record and track design and programmatic issues, risks, and shortfalls identified during phases of IOT&E, OT&E, early involvement and other program events involving the operational test events
•Support test director and senior information assurance analysts to assess information assurance and interoperability of systems under test and evaluation. Must have current working knowledge of IA as it relates to operational testing, to include experience with the test and evaluation of systems or networks affected by IA concerns.
•Combination of 6 years' operational experience and T&E experience, with at least 3 years being operational experience and at least 3 years being T&E experience.
•Demonstrate an understanding of CBRN defense procedures to include Navy and Joint CONOPS and TTPs.
•Demonstrate a minimum of 3 years' experience in the test and evaluation of JPEO CBD Programs of Record.
•Demonstrate an understanding of CBRN technologies (PPE/Detectors/COLPRO/Identifiers/CBRN Software/Decontamination processes and solutions) and BRN processes (strategies/CONOPS/procedures) through use or testing experience.
•Demonstrate experience in the Capability Area Process Action Teams (CAPAT) and the Test and Evaluation Capabilities and Methodologies Integrated Process Team (TECMIPT).
•Experience as a US Naval Aviator or Naval Flight Officer or fixed/rotary wing aircraft.
•Experience conducting Operational Test Events for CBD program of record (PORs) for the Navy.
•Experience working/testing on/with CBR Personal Protective Equipment.
•Experience working/Testing on/with CBR analysis equipment/technologies.
•Experience working/testing on/with Naval Aviation CB protective masks.
•Clearance: A SECRET security clearance is required for personnel supporting tasks in all divisions. Any personnel proposed to work on any effort shall be eligible for necessary clearances to immediately begin performance at the time of task award. A minimum-security clearance of TOP SECRET may be required on individual Task Orders.
•Demonstrated familiarity with MS Office software