NAVAIR posts predictive analytics sources sought

On March 28, the Naval Air Systems Command posted a sources sought notice for predictive analytics (Solicitation Number: N6893617R0028). Responses are due by email no later than April 10.


The purpose of this sources sought notice is to conduct market research to determine if responsible sources exist, to assist in determining if this effort can be competitive and to gain market knowledge of potential qualified sources and their size classifications relative to the North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) code 541512 for Computer systems Design Services which has a corresponding size standard of $27.5 million for revenues. Responses to this sources sought synopsis will be utilized by the Government to determine the best acquisition strategy for this procurement and make appropriate determinations about potential sources. No solicitation is currently available and as such this is not a request for proposal and in no way obligates the Government to award any contract. A decision to set aside all or part of this requirement is dependent upon a review of the information submitted in response to this sources sought. After review of the responses to this sources sought announcement a synopsis and/or solicitation announcement may be published.


This requirement encompasses services necessary for the performance of Predictive Analytics to include all elements of data analysis, design, development, test, integration, and deployment. Additionally, it includes the administration of data analytics and modeling tools on an environment utilizing transactional data powered by an Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Data engine with a two-factor authentication role-based access management system. The data source is resident on a PLSQL core data structure environment which is fed by 40 separate software applications. Specifically, these services consist of the creation and deployment of new data dashboards and trend analysis tools for existing software applications to include, trouble shooting, training, end user assistance, logistics data collection and analysis, and configuration and data management of all projects. All work executed under this task order shall be performed using the guidance set forth by the best practices of Capability Maturity Model Integration® (CMMI) and the Executive Steering Group (ESG). This effort shall include maintenance, inclusion, conversion, modeling, and depiction of data from internal, external, and ad hoc data sources into the AWIS Ordnance Predictive Trend Identification & Correlation System (OPTICS).

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