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ODMEO Technical Assistance Overview DoD Funding Opportunities

ODMEO Technical Assistance Overview DoD Funding Opportunities. Ms. Dee Stevens, M.S.A. ODMEO Support Contractor (NCMS). S cience, M athematics a nd R esearch for T ransformation SCHOLARSHIP for SERVICE Program

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ODMEO Technical Assistance Overview DoD Funding Opportunities

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  1. ODMEO Technical Assistance Overview DoD Funding Opportunities Ms. Dee Stevens, M.S.A. ODMEO Support Contractor (NCMS) ODMEO - NCMS

  2. Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation SCHOLARSHIP for SERVICE Program An EXCELLENT opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to: 1. Receive a FULL scholarship 2. Be gainfullyemployed upon degree completion

  3. The SMART Program goal: to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories. • Benefits: • Full tuition and education related fees (not meal plans, housing, or parking) • Stipend paid at a rate of $25,000 - $38,000 (depending on degree pursuing) • Paid summer internships • Health Insurance allowance up to $1,200 per calendar year • Book allowance of $1,000 per academic year • Mentoring • Employment placement after graduation • The employment obligation is a one-to-one commitment

  4. Eligibility: • a U.S. citizen at time of application • 18 years of age or older as of August 1, 2014 • able to participate in summer internships at DoD laboratories • willing to accept post-graduate employment with the DoD • in good standing with a of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or higher • pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the disciplines identified by the program • Application Deadline: • August – Mid-December 2014 • Selection notifications in March 2015 • http://smart.asee.org / (202) 331-3544

  5. Getting to Know Funding Sources • Who/what are the pertinent funding sources? • What are their needs? • What are their funding cycles? • What are your related interests? • What are your related resources & capabilities? • What is your institution’s related experience? ODMEO - NCMS

  6. Get Plugged into the Network Sources of Procurement Information • DoD SBIR and STTR Solicitations - http://www.dodsbir.net/ • Air Force SBIR and STTR Solicitations - www.afsbitsttr.com • Navy SBIR and STTR Solicitations – http://www.navysbir.com/ • Army SBIR Solicitations - https://www.armysbir.army.mil/ • Broad Agency Announcements/Scientific Research - http://www.wpafb.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-120614-075.pdf ODMEO - NCMS

  7. Potential AANAPISI Customers • 50 DoD Labs spend $1.7B • Located in nearly two dozen states; several near AANAPISIs ODMEO - NCMS


  9. DOD Military Installation in the U.S. New Concepts Management Solutions

  10. Determining Needs of Funding Sources Visit Agency Websites to Obtain: • General information on mission, objectives, and needs • Current solicitations and funded research projects • Annual budget details • Five-year Strategic Plan • Project/Program Manager contact information ODMEO - NCMS

  11. New Concepts Management Solutions

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  15. Marketing Capabilities and Responding to RFIs and RFPs

  16. AANAPISI’s Perspective • Know and understand your school’s related resources and capabilities • Faculty with relevant backgrounds and experience • Equipment and Instrumentation • Special Facilities (e.g., laboratories) • Overall Research and Development Infrastructure • How does your school’s resources and capabilities MATCH the NEEDS of funding sources? ODMEO - NCMS

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  18. DoD Agency’s NEEDS –vs- AANAPISI’s Capacity FILLING the GAP ODMEO - NCMS

  19. Forming Strategic Alliances TEAMS and PARTNERSHIPS • Prime and Subcontractors • Joint Ventures ODMEO - NCMS

  20. TEAMS and PARTNERSHIPS • Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) • Teaming Agreement ODMEO - NCMS

  21. Bid/No-Bid Decision: Types of Questions to Ask • Do we have a unique and credible concept to propose? • Is the work requirement consistent with the mission and objectives of our organization? • Do we have all of the expertise and resources to do the job or a teaming plan to gain missing resources? ODMEO - NCMS

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  23. RESPONDING to the Request for Proposal • Technical Proposal • Past Performance • Cost Proposal ODMEO - NCMS

  24. Submitting the Proposal ODMEO - NCMS

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  26. Source Selection • Evaluation Factors • Evaluation Ratings ODMEO - NCMS

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  28. Contract Award and Performance ODMEO - NCMS

  29. Summary • Take away: • Government must have a need for what you offer • MSI must have all the necessary qualifications • Decision: whether to pursue the opportunity • Relationship building: an important key • Teaming/collaboration • Preparation of technical proposal, past performance and cost proposal • Contract management and performance is crucial ODMEO - NCMS

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