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  • French A400M completes helicopter-refueling drills

    21 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial

    French A400M completes helicopter-refueling drills

    France has recently completed a series of test flights to move forward with certification of the A400M’s capability to refuel helicopters during flight, day and night.

  • Honeywell pushes development of alternatives to GPS

    21 avril 2021 | International, C4ISR

    Honeywell pushes development of alternatives to GPS

    To deal with disruptions to GPS, sometimes caused by malicious jamming or spoofing, Honeywell is developing several alternative navigation technologies for military aircraft.

  • Elbit Systems Awarded a $1.65 Billion Contract for Flight Training Program, as Part of Agreement Between Israeli and Hellenic Ministries of Defense

    21 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial

    Elbit Systems Awarded a $1.65 Billion Contract for Flight Training Program, as Part of Agreement Between Israeli and Hellenic Ministries of Defense

    The contract will be performed over a period of approximately 20 years and will include price indexation.

  • MBDA’s Sea Ceptor ordered for Canadian surface combatant

    21 avril 2021 | Local, Naval

    MBDA’s Sea Ceptor ordered for Canadian surface combatant

    Utilising the CAMM as its effector, Sea Ceptor will undertake the Close-In Air Defence System role on-board the new CSC frigates.

  • DoD SBIR/STTR Pre-Release: DoD SBIR BAA 21.2, DoD STTR BAA 21.B, Air Force CSO X21.2, Air Force CSO X21.B

    21 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    DoD SBIR/STTR Pre-Release: DoD SBIR BAA 21.2, DoD STTR BAA 21.B, Air Force CSO X21.2, Air Force CSO X21.B

          The DoD Small Business and Technology Partnerships Office announces the pre-release of the following Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) and Commercial Solutions Openings (CSOs): •    DoD Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) BAA 21.2 •    DoD Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) BAA 21.B •    Air Force CSO X21.2 •    Air Force CSO X21.B IMPORTANT DATES: •    April 21, 2021: Pre-release begins •    May 19, 2021: BAA opens, begin submitting proposals in DSIP •    June 3, 2021: Topic Q&A closes to new questions at 12:00 p.m. ET •    June 17, 2021: BAA closes, full proposals must be submitted in DSIP no later than 12:00 p.m. ET The instructions and topics for these BAAs and CSOs are available on DSIP at https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/login and at https://rt.cto.mil/rtl-small-business-resources/sbir-sttr/.            Updated DoD SBIR/STTR Program & Proposal Requirements The following requirements are in place for all SBIR and STTR proposal submissions. Details on these requirements can be found in section 5.0 of the 21.2 SBIR and 21.B STTR BAAs and relevant attachments can be found in both BAAs and CSOs. 1. Foreign Ownership Disclosure Requirement •    Any offeror submitting a proposal under these BAAs and CSOs will be required to disclose via self-report any foreign ownership or control. Proposers must review Attachment 2: Foreign Ownership or Control Disclosure to determine applicability. Offerors shall also require any proposed subcontractors included in their proposal under this BAA to disclose via self-report any foreign ownership or control. If applicable, an authorized firm representative must complete the Foreign Ownership or Control Disclosure (attached to both 21.2 SBIR and 21.B STTR BAAs). The completed and signed disclosure must be uploaded to Volume 5 of the proposal submission. 2. Contractor Certification Regarding Provision of Prohibited Video Surveillance and Telecommunications Services and Equipment •    DoD must comply with Section 889(a)(1)(B) of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019; therefore, all proposals must include certifications in Federal Acquisition Regulation clauses 52.204-24, 52.204-25, and 52.204-26, executed by the proposer’s authorized company representative. The Federal Acquisition Regulation clauses may be found as attachments to both 21.2 SBIR and 21.B STTR BAAs and will be available to download during proposal submission and uploaded to Volume 5: Supporting Documents. 3. Company Commercialization Report (Volume 4)  •    The Company Commercialization Report (CCR) will be required for all proposal submissions. Proposers must complete the CCR by logging into their account at https://www.sbir.gov/, downloading a PDF copy of the CCR, and uploading the PDF to the DSIP proposal submission. •    WARNING: Uploading a new Company Commercialization Report (CCR) under the Firm Information section of DSIP or clicking “Save” or “Submit” in Volume 4 of one proposal submission is considered a change for ALL proposals under any open BAAs or CSOs. If a proposing firm has previously certified and submitted any Phase I or Direct to Phase II proposals under any BAA or CSO that is still open, those proposals will be automatically reopened. Proposing firms will have to recertify and resubmit such proposals. If a proposing firm does not recertify or resubmit such proposals, they will not be considered fully submitted and will not be evaluated. 4. Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training (Volume 6) •    The Fraud, Waste and Abuse (FWA) training is required for all proposal submissions. This training can be accessed in the Volume 6 section of the DSIP proposal submission. The training material must be thoroughly reviewed once per year. Plan ahead and leave ample time to complete the training based on the proposal submission deadline. In addition to the proposal requirements above, the BAAs and CSOs have been updated to reflect applicable Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and/or Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clauses that will be included in SBIR and STTR contracts. Proposers are encouraged to thoroughly review the BAAs/CSOs to remain apprised of programmatic and contractual changes.            Topic Q&A   Topic Q&A is now available on the Topics and Topic Q&A page in DSIP. Proposers may submit technical questions through the Topic Q&A page at https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/login. During pre-release, proposers can contact TPOCs directly or submit questions via Topic Q&A. Once DoD begins accepting proposals on May 19, 2021, no further direct contact between proposers and topic authors is allowed. All questions and answers are posted electronically for general viewing. Topic Q&A will close to new questions on June 3, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. ET, but will remain active to view questions and answers related to the topics until the BAA close. Questions submitted through the Topic Q&A are limited to technical information related to improving the understanding of a topic’s requirements. Any other questions, such as those asking for advice or guidance on solution approach, or administrative questions, such as SBIR or STTR program eligibility, technical proposal/cost proposal structure and page count, budget and duration limitations, or proposal due date WILL NOT receive a response. Refer to the Component-specific instructions given at the beginning of that Component's topics for help with an administrative question. Proposers are advised to monitor Topic Q&A during the BAA period for questions and answers and frequently monitor DSIP for updates and amendments to the topics.            Learning & Support Visit the Learning & Support section for Job Aids and Help Videos to guide you through submitting and viewing questions and answers in the Topic Q&A, preparing and submitting your proposal in DSIP, and more: https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/learning-support/training-materials                     Questions Email the DSIP Help Desk at DoDSBIRSupport@reisystems.com for assistance with using DSIP. Questions regarding DSIP can be emailed to the DSIP Help Desk and will be addressed in the order received, during normal operating hours (Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET). General questions pertaining to a particular DoD Component and the Component-specific BAA instructions should be submitted in accordance with the instructions given at the beginning of that Component's topics. Thank you for your interest in the DoD SBIR/STTR Program. DoD SBIR/STTR Support Team         

  • V-22 Osprey conducts first landing on deck of a ship

    20 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial, Naval

    V-22 Osprey conducts first landing on deck of a ship

    The U.S. Navy announced it landed an Osprey V-22 aircraft for the first time on a flight deck aboard a Navy hospital ship, the USNS Mercy.

  • Lockheed Martin Demos S-97 Raider Helicopter for U.S. Army

    20 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial

    Lockheed Martin Demos S-97 Raider Helicopter for U.S. Army

    Lockheed Martin Demos S-97 Raider Helicopter for U.S. Army

  • Saab makes first T-7A delivery - Skies Mag

    20 avril 2021 | International, Aérospatial

    Saab makes first T-7A delivery - Skies Mag

    The shipment of the first aft airframe section is the latest milestone in Saab’s contribution to the design and development of the T-7A Red Hawk trainer for the U.S. Air Force.

  • Plans to boost aerospace sector outlined in federal government's Budget 2021 - Skies Mag

    20 avril 2021 | Local, Aérospatial

    Plans to boost aerospace sector outlined in federal government's Budget 2021 - Skies Mag

    The Canadian government recognized the strategic importance of Canada's aerospace sector, which directly and indirectly supported nearly 235,000 jobs in 2019, and signalled its intention to ensure the industry can remain an important driver of Canada’s economy.

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