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1 DCA00321 Matthew Lee Fastech Inc. President 11890 Old Baltimore Pike Beltsville Md. 20705 301-931-2001 301-931-2005 mlee@fastechinc.com fastechinc.com 15M IT Products; PC Printer, Prepherials,
Video Teleconferencing Systems,
Data Communications + Telecom
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2 DCA00352 Robert L. Smith MPRI/L-3 Communications Senior VP /
General Manager
Beamhit
10220 Old Columbia Rd. Columbia Md. 21046 410-910-4040 410-309-1506 bsmith@beamhit.com beamhit.com 400M Ruggedized Laptop; Laser Technologies for Marksmanship Training;
Laser Detector Technologies for Targeting; Ammunition manufacturing;
Marine and Driver Training Smoke for technologies
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3 DCA00353 Rick Coles Robinson Aviation (RVA), Inc. Director
Engineering Support Services
9998 Wakeman Dr. Manassas, Va. 20110 703-366-3138 703-369-2185 Rick.coles@covad.net rva-inc.net 35M Airport Runway Lighting
MetalCell Battery
Other potential security products
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4 DCA00320 Arthur Morgan Surveillance Equipment Group President 5568 A General Washington Dr. Alexandria Va. 22312 703-354-8302#111 703-880-5196 artm@segnow.com segnow.com 1.25M Technology Retated to Security Applications-
Light weapons for Government & Law Enforcement
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5 DCA00322 Charles Westrip KBR/Halliburton Chief Representative,
KBR Korea
702 Namsong Bldg 260-199
Itaewon-dong, Yongsangu, Seoul
82-2-797-5809 82-2-790-2426 charles.westrip@halliburton.com halliburton.com 12B Construction, Operation & Maintenance 워싱턴
6 DCA00354 Shie-Lin Leu Curtiss-Wright Controls Manager
Marketing and Business Development
30 Porter Rd. Littleton, Ma. 01460 978-952-2021 978-952-2001 sleu@curtisswright.com curtisswright.com 35M (military)
300M (corp)
Security/Perimeter Intrusion Detection Products-
 * IP/Network Cameras
 * Network Video Recorders/Servers
 * Intelligent Cameras
 * Unattended Ground Sensors
 * Video/ Alarm High Bandwidth Wireless Transmission Devices
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7 DCA00355 Robert Gruber Master Halco Technology Manager
Security Solutions Group
25235  Newby Rd. Madison Al. 35756 256-232-8732   bgruber@fenceonline.com fenceonline.com multi M Perimeter security systems, Rfid,
Access control, wired+wireless IDS,
(Intrusion Detection System)
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8 DCA00355 Gerry Cockram Master Halco Engineering Manager 8431 Hoyle Ave
Dallas, TX 75227
877-337-4358 877-737-4537 gcockram@fenceonline.com fenceonline.com multi M Perimeter security systems, Rfid,
Access control, wired+wireless IDS,
(Intrusion Detection System)
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9 DCA00359 Morgan E. Death L3 Communication VP, Advanced Security Technologies 3750 Centerview Dr., Chantilly, VA 20151 703-375-6526 703-708-7510 morgan.death@1-3.com l-3com.com 7B Rugged Notebbok : Seoul Standard
Rugged PDA : Innoteletek
Access Control : Nitgen
FOMGuard : FOMGuard
Metalcell battery : MEET
Automatic Gun : Dodam
Other Security related Products
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10 DCA00356 Raymond R Kwong Triton Services, Inc. Chairman 2827 Chesapeake Beach Rd.
Dunkirk, MD 20754
301-855-4264 X234 410-257-0385 ray.kwong@tritonsvc.com tritonsvc.com 25M Military Displays, Rugged Displays, Electronic Components,
RF Components, Computer Components

Rugged Notebooks, Rugged PDAs, Rugged Monitors,
Network Operation/Control M13; LAN, MAN, WAN; Voice, Video, Data
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11 ATL00045 John Aller GTSI Corp Manager,
Pacific Rim
GTSI PACRIM Operation
3375 Koapaka St. #F220-01
Holnlulu, HI96819
808-840-1180 808-840-1178 john.aller@gtsi.com gtsi.com 1,076M - PC and laptop manufacturers
- LMR (Land Mobile Radio) - Products and Installation
- VTC (Video Teleconferencing) Installations
- Document Sharing
아틀란타
12 MIA01862 Stanley Satz Bionucleonics President (Ph D) 1 N.E. 19 Street
MIAMI, FL 33132
305-576-0996 305-573-2293 ssatz@bionucleonics.com bionuclonics.com 1.5M Radiopharmaceuticals & Radiopharmaceutical Production Equipment
- Cyclotron (장비명, 구입희망) ; Samyoung사로부터
- RHENWM-188 Lipiodol (간암치료제) : Dong-A Pharmaceutical Co
- Radiopharmaceutical Distributor : Kwang Won
- Korean Military Hospitals Contracting Office
- KAERI (한국원자력 연구소) - Radiochemicals 구매 희망
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13 YYZ00884 Pierre Brouillard Bombardier Aerospace VP, Sourcing for
Aerospace
800 Rene-Levesque Blvd. West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3B 1Y8
514-855-7667 514-861-2740 pierre.brouillard@aero.bombardier.com bombardier.com 200M 항공기 부품 전반
Insulation,
Cabin management system & pax entertainment systems,
Aircraft Appliances (ovens, microwaves, coffee machines...),
Cabin & A/C security systems,
Safety equipment, Oxygen (Cabin & Cockpit)
Electronic flight bag, Hardware electrical,
Lights, Fire Protection System, High Pressure ducting/piping
Water systems (clean and waste), Hydraulic systems
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    Comparative Testing Office FY06 Areas of Interest List
    IT Related projects


    Security related Projects

    Aerospace



    • US Army:
    o Allow Train as you Fight, Operating Similar at both Combat Training Centers & Home Station
    o Enhance Platform Protection
    o Enhance Soldier Protection
    o Expand Human Intelligence Capabilities
    o Improve Ability of Current Force to Conduct Joint Urban Operations
    o Improve Non-Lethal Capabilities for the Current Force
    o Improve Soldier Protection in Counter-Insurgency Environment
    o Improve Special Operations Forces and Conventional Forces Integration
    o Increase Ability and Speed of Analysis and Information Dissemination
    o Increase Ability for Sustained, High Operational Tempo
    o Lethality Overmatch – Any Enemy LOS/BLOS (Beyond Line-of-Sight)/NLOS, All Conditions
    o Protect the Force in Non-Contiguous Battle-space Operations
    o Provide C4 Architecture – Fully Functional in all Conditions LOS/NLOS (Line-of-Sight/Non-Line-of-Sight)
    o Provide Effective C2 Throughout All Phases of Operations – Any Location
    o Provide Enhanced Countermine (CM) Capabilities
    o Provide Modular Forces Tailored for Self-Sufficiency and Endurance
    o Provide Modular, Tailorable Forces that are Rapidly Deployable in Mission Configuration
    o Provide Network-Enabled Battle Command to Current Forces
    o Provide Responsive, Networked, Precision Fires to Current Force
    o Provide Superior ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) – Modular, Scalable, Tailored Battlefield Awareness

    • US Marine Corps:
    o Armored Vehicles Light Fleet
    o Attachments for the Assault Breacher Vehicle of M1A1 Tank Chassis
    o Batteries that are stronger, longer lasting, lighter
    o Dud-Reducing Ammunition Fuze Technology
    o Environmentally Safer Smoke Compositions
    o Environmentally Smalls Arms Ammunition
    o Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Detection/Protection/Countermeasures
    o Lightweight Armor and Mine Blast Protection
    o Lightweight Body Armor
    o Lightweight Laptops (but not less power)
    o Lightweight Water Purifier
    o Man Portable Power Sources
    o Miniaturization of what ever we can get smaller and yet as effective (the shrinking of the log foot print)
    o PDAs with Larger Screens (versus laptops)
    o Process or coating to restore used mortar tubes and tank barrels or extend the life of new mortar tubes and tank barrels
    o Solar Panels for Charging Batteries

    • US Special Operations Forces:
    o 40mm Low Velocity Airburst and Bouncing Betty
    o 40mm Rifle Launched CCD Camera and 40mm Rifle Launched Flechettes Grenade
    o Air-droppable remote controlled/automated audio media: e.g., leaflet radios, scatterable loudspeakers
    o Air-transportable, hybrid-electric/multi-fuel All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) with enhanced self-protection
    o Cell tower on-the-move technology-providing Voice Over Internet Protocol, internet, video/frame-relay/full-frame video for video link down link & supporting transfer to hand-held devices
    o Data transfer payloads (e.g., LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar)
    o Deployable leaflet rolling system
    o Dynamic and flexible single common software suite that adheres to open system architecture
    o Electronic Paper (electro-wetting technology)
    o Electronic topographical map generator and augmented reality Radio Frequency (RF) signal, fused on a real time wrist/heads-up display
    o EW/SIGINT payloads
    o Extended–range, increased performance/variable speed canopy para-foil
    o Fused intelligence device on single UAV/UV platform, specifically SIGINT (Signals Intelligence)and IMINT (Imagery Intelligence)
    o Hyper-sonic sound loud speaker with sound source protection
    o Improved laminated textiles for use as SOF combat clothing
    o Improved micro power devices = 300watts for 30 hours; ≤ 2.2lbs
    o Interrogation Survey Techniques
    o Leaflet tagging mission effectiveness feedback system
    o Lightweight Machine-Gun Signature Suppression (LMGSS)
    o Light-Weight on-the-move Electronic Warfare (EW) Detection (2-8GHz & 8-18GHz range < 5lbs. & cube < 18 square inches
    o Micro sensors functioning as antennae
    o Miniaturized belt mount/man-pack electronic news gathering AV recording system
    o Miniaturized Day Night Sight power source integration and component ruggedization
    M224 Mortar/M64A1 Sight units elimination of radioactive light sources
    o Miniaturized man-pack hi fidelity loudspeakers
    o Mobile communications with covert waveform & bandwidth (60GHZ) to provide undetectable tactical communications
    o Mobile network to enable up to 20 manned & unmanned sensors to function as a complete network
    o Multi-purpose unmanned aerial vehicle payloads: Electro-Optic Infrared Camera
    o Network Direction Finding to provide geo-location data on signals of interest
    o Next-generation hand-held Automated Data Processing devices
    o On-the-move X Band Satellite Communication
    o Radio Communications Relay Packages
    o Secure Wireless Detection and Networking for Tactical Forces
    o Self-launching unmanned aerial vehicles
    o Through-ground personnel locator - underground communication and tracking capability

    • US Air Force:
    o Active Denial System - Joint Concept of Operations
    o Advanced Extremely High Frequency system
    o Advanced Point Mensuration Tool
    o Advanced Situational Awareness/Countermeasures System
    o Advanced Tactical Targeting Technology
    o Advanced Wideband Terminals
    o Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) Mission
    o Air Force Mission Support System
    o Air Force Satellite Control Network upgrades
    o Air Force Subscale Aerial Target
    o Airborne Electronic Attack
    o Aircraft Wireless Intercom System
    o Aircrew Laser Eye Protection
    o Automatic Air Refueling
    o Autonomous Approach and Landing Guidance
    o AWACS Computer and Display Upgrades
    o AWACS E-3 Aircrew Operator Seat
    o B-2 X-Channel (Extended 1553 Databus)
    o B-52 Standoff Jammer
    o Centralized Intermediate Repair Facilities
    o Combat Information Transport System
    o Counter Satellite Communications Systems
    o Counter Surveillance and Reconnaissance System
    o Deployable Oxygen System
    o Deployment Readiness System
    o Distributed Common Ground System
    o Expeditionary Combat Support Modules
    o Expeditionary Medical Support System
    o Family of Interoperable Operational Pictures (Common Relevant Operational Picture)
    o Full Spectrum Threat Response Program
    o Future Air Refueling Aircraft
    o Future Cargo Airlift (FCA)
    o Global Broadcast System
    o Global Combat Support System-AF
    o Global CONOPS Synchronization
    o Global Positioning System Block IIF/III
    o Integrated Broadcast Service
    o Integrated LOGCAT/GeoReach-Expeditionary Site Planning/Mapping
    o Joint Air To Surface Standoff Missile-Extended Range
    o Joint Mission Planning System
    o Joint Service Electronic Combat Systems Tester
    o Joint Tactical Radio System
    o Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures
    o Miniature Air Launched Decoy
    o Multi-Platform Common Data Link
    o Multi-Platform Radar Technology
    o Patient Isolation Units for Aeromedical Evacuation
    o Precision Airdrop
    o Rapid Attack Identification Detection and Reporting System
    o Remote Ground Unattended Sensor
    o Satellite Communications
    o Single Integrated Air Picture
    o Single Integrated Space Picture
    o Situational Awareness Data Link Gateway
    o “Smart Platforms” (including Roll-on Beyond Line of Sight Enhancement and family of Scalable, Modular, Airborne, Relay Terminals)
    o Space Control Range
    o Space Tracking and Surveillance System
    o Tactical Data Link Architecture enhancements
    o Transformational Communication Terminals
    o Transformational Satellite

    • US Navy
    o active sonar operator aids in acoustically cluttered littoral environments
    o advanced aircraft structures
    o advanced catapult control technologies
    o advanced flight deck lighting
    o advanced technologies for JTRS ancillary equipment
    o aircraft antenna technologies
    o aircraft decision support for multi-platform applications
    o aircraft radio technologies
    o anti-submarine warfare technologies
    o Black-Core routing
    o common helmet-vehicle interface
    o composite structures and structural integrity
    o deterministic application performance in C4 environment
    o development of performance specifications for low-cost SATCOM terminal
    o distributed shipboard power sources and related architecture
    o FORCEnet technologies
    o image fusion, image warping, and helmet-mounted display
    o improved helicopter mishap survivability
    o improved shipboard hotel services for C4 systems support
    o information processing to optimize weapons handling and storage
    o integrated full-electric propulsion system
    o LNA for X/Ka bands
    o MULTI-INT data comprehension and fusion
    o multi-service Mode 5 transponders
    o network-centric warfare technologies
    o optical communication in a maritime environment
    o platform acoustical and electro-magnetic signature reduction
    o platform fire detection and control
    o reduction/cancellation of multi-path effects on ground-based X-band radars
    o ship and submarine combat systems
    o Ship and submarine hull, mechanical and electrical systems
    o ship and submarine propulsion
    o ship control systems for platform stability, station- and course-keeping; unmanned underwater vehicles
    o ship platform radar cross-section reduction
    o undersea communication
    o undersea-air communication
    o virtual retinal displays

    Dep. Homeland Security
    The Government intends to issue a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) soliciting the private sector to provide 26 research and development prototypes in the areas of explosives detection, chemical and biological countermeasures protection, law enforcement, threat assessment and vulnerability testing, critical infrastructure protection, borders and transportation security, emergency preparedness and response, and cyber security. The desired prototypes will be specified in the BAA, but are generally described as follows:
    1. Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST) Explosive Trace Detection - a prototype system demonstrating improved capabilities for explosive trace detection in the maritime environment.
    2. Non-invasive Portable Object Examination System - a multi-sensor, person-portable system to assist trained users in expedient, non-invasive examination of unattended bags, mail packages, and other objects.
    3. Advanced Capability X-ray System for Bomb Squad - an advanced capability X-ray system that provides improved penetration and resolution to conduct radiographic examination and diagnostics of suspected packages and confirm the presence of an IED.
    4. Portable Entry Point Screening Portal - a robust, portable, fully automated, walk-through portal that can detect explosive material on clothing or skin using a non-intrusive, non-contact technique that meets the TSA T&E detection criteria and methods.
    5. Escape Hood - a small concealable escape mask that will allow personnel to safely leave potentially contaminated areas.
    6. Rapid Suspected Bio-agent Screening - a tool and method for rapidly screening suspicious ?white powders? to eliminate the probability that the substance is a biological threat agent.
    7. Aircraft "Spot" Decontamination - a kit and method for use to provide ?spot? decontamination of common aircraft cabin materials.
    8. Biosurveillance Detection Algorithms - an algorithmic procedure/model to provide earliest detection of bioterrorist attacks on humans, plants, animals, food, water, or the environment based on correlations between a broad range of low confidence biosurveillance data streams.
    9. Rapid Field Identification of High Priority Plant Pathogens (RFIP) - person-portable system that will provide minimally trained user?s assistance in field identification of plant pathogens.
    10. One-Person Portable Chemical Detector - a lightweight, chemical detection device for use in ports of entry (both land and seaport environments) to simultaneously detect and identify high priority chemical threat agents and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs).
    11. NIOSH CBRN 60 Tactical Escape Mask - a lightweight, one-time use, NIOSH-approved tactical escape mask with 60-minute endurance in CBRN environments;
    12. Transportation Route Risk Analysis and Resource Allocation Tool - a prototype to facilitate transportation route risk analysis. The primary output of the tool will be a list of transportation routes ranked according to relative risk.
    13. Significant Encounters Visual Environment (SIEVE) - a real-time port and border encounter monitoring system. This system must incorporate GIS layered data-mapping technologies with established reporting and watch procedures.
    14. Modeling the Complex Urban Environment (MCUE) - a near real-time system that maps group and tactic-specific threats to specific vulnerabilities and to emergency preparedness and response within a complex urban environment.
    15. Improved Heartbeat Detector System Prototype - a heartbeat detector system for finding concealed passengers or detecting motion in conveyances and cargo containers, using vibration sensors and analysis software with a user interface.
    16. Extreme Wide Field-of-View IR/NV Capability - a marine and land-based system that provides vessel and vehicle operators a wide-peripheral awareness, stereoscopic, low moment arm, night-vision system.
    17. Tactical Information Sharing System (TISS) Image Analysis Capability - software that performs facial image comparisons for the purpose of identifying possible criminals and terrorists from low resolution images. The system will generate full frontal facial images from partial images and perform digital image comparisons.
    18. Advanced 3-D Locator System - a system to accurately locate and track incident responders inside threatened buildings, collapsed buildings, subterranean facilities, or underground.
    19. Geospatial Modeling of Homeland Security Capabilities - a capability model in a geospatial system to allow planners to visualize preparedness information and perform quantitative analysis (such as coverage area, deployment time, and mutual aid dependencies).
    20. Resource Awareness Data Portal - a shared, virtual data repository of emergency management / emergency response resource data constructed and maintained in a "just in time" manner.
    21. Advanced Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Breaching Approach - an advanced breaching (cutting, coring, burning) and breaking system for faster and safer extrication of victims from disaster sites.
    22. BOTNET - a cyber security tool for identifying bots (software agents that interact with network services intended for people as if it were a real person. The term is derived from ?robot.?) and botnets (a collection of such software robots, or bots, which run autonomously, from unwitting host computers, usually for nefarious purposes).
    23. Control System Cyber Assessment Tool - a web-based, self-assessment tool for process control systems to assist owners and operators in performing self-assessments of the cyber security of their control system architecture.
    24. Exercise Scenario Modeling Tool - a collaborative web-based tool to assist exercise planners in developing cyber security exercise scenarios for use in cyber training incident response teams.
    25. Blue Force Tracking Tool and Evaluation of Multi-Agency Maritime Blue Force Tracking (BFT) System - This effort develops a prototype Blue Force Tracking (BFT) Command Center tool to enable the watchstander to simultaneously manage up to 100 Blue Force vessels. Automatic Identification System BFT hardware specified by the Coast Guard will be fabricated and installed in Coast Guard and port partner vessels in the Port of New York. A six month evaluation will be conducted to assess the performance and Command and
    Control benefits of this new capability.
    26. USCG Sector Command Center (SCC) Simulator Testbed - a USCG Sector Command Center Testbed to systematically evaluate the integration of new technologies and improved command and control concepts into SCC operations. The testbed will be simulator based in that vessel movement and sensor output will be synthetic, although based upon realistic performance and behavior.

    These requirements are in direct support of the DHS Rapid Technology Application Program (RTAP) which seeks to develop prototypes for evaluation by DHS users in 6 to 18 months following contract award. Most individual requirements will include delivery of small quantities of prototypes for testing/field trials, and providing services for field and acceptance testing with users. The performance period shall not exceed 18 months from date of contract award. Subject solicitation will be issued in September 2005 and posted to the FedBizOpps web page at (http://www.fedbizopps.gov/) as well as the DHS HSARPA website: http://www.hsarpabaa.com
    Point of Contact
    James Thompson, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-254-6363, Fax 202-254-6167, Email james.thompson1@dhs.gov - Evelyn Gibbs, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-254-6115, Fax 202-254-6167, Email Evelyn.Gibbs@dhs.gov
    Place of Performance
    Address: Various


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