US Army DEVCOM DAC seeks data and analysis center support
On October 7, the U.S. Army posted a sources sought notice to market research of sources capable of providing analytical services in support of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Data and Analysis Center (DAC) Joint Technical Coordinating Group for Munitions Effectiveness (JTCG/ME).
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Data and Analysis Center (DAC) Joint Technical Coordinating Group for Munitions Effectiveness (JTCG/ME) is a joint service group whose mission is to provide the Services effectiveness data for fielded non nuclear munitions.
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Data and Analysis Center (DAC) supports the Army and the JTCG/ME with studies on the effectiveness of both fielded and developmental munitions. The JTCG/ME prepares and continuously updates Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manuals (JMEM) for air to surface, surface to surface, anti-air and other non-nuclear munitions systems (to include Non-Kinetic: Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS), Cyber, and Directed Energy (DE)) including management of joint service efforts (to include test, experiment, and analysis) for associated data bases in target vulnerability, weapon characteristics, delivery accuracy, and JLF program efforts.
JTCG/ME is charged with establishing standardized procedures for important test factors such, as kill criteria, weapon lethalities, delivery accuracies, methodologies and data format for reporting new munitions effects into JMEM’s for kinetic/non-kinetic weapon systems. Weapon effectiveness calculations require a number of inputs such as weapon characteristics, weapon delivery accuracy and target vulnerability to specific damage mechanisms.
The objective of this contract is to obtain support in the areas of target descriptions, target vulnerability analysis, target survivability analysis, kinetic/non-kinetic weapon system effectiveness and performance, data analysis, target disablement evaluation, component damage, warhead lethality, threat modeling, vulnerability/lethality methodology development (to include EMS, Cyber, and DE) and other areas including, but not limited to, tests and experiments support for JLF program.
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