AFRL launches AFAR BAA

On August 29, the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) announced the broad agency announcement (BAA) for Adaptive Fusion, Analysis & Reasoning of multi-source data (AFAR).

This announcement is for an Open, 2 Step BAA, which is open and effective until 29 Aug 2028.  Only white papers will be accepted as initial submissions; formal proposals will be accepted by invitation only.  While white papers will be considered if received prior to 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time (EST), the following submission dates are suggested to best align with projected funding: FY24 by 12 Sep 2023 (Please note: For only FY24, AFRL is seeking whitepapers for just the following Focus Areas:  A – Adaptive Knowledge and Information for Target Analysis and B – Enhancing Moving Target Engagement at Scale (EMoTES))

The Air Force Research Laboratory, Information Directorate is seeking innovative approaches for the fusion, analysis and reasoning of multi-source data to advance their analytical operations in support of their Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) and Cyber Science mission. This announcement is comprised of three research areas: (A) Adaptive Knowledge and Information for Target Analysis (AKITA), (B) Enhancing Moving Target Engagement at Scale (EMoTES) and (C) Publicly Available Information (PAI) Ensemble Fusion (PEF), where each has research areas that taken together comprise the focus of AFAR research and development.

Review the full AFRL AFAR BAA.

Source: SAM

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