Tech Area of Interest: Post Mission Data Analysis Response Due 04/12/2019 23:59 PT

Tuesday, April 2, 2019


DIU is accepting solution briefs in response to the solicitation(s) below during the indicated time periods. Submissions received after indicated time periods will not be considered.


Post Mission Data Analysis:

The Department of Defense seeks prototyping of a solution that includes ability to: merge spatial-temporal feature-rich data sets from multiple sources, recognize and correlate relationships from those disparate data sets which reference the same entity, and detect new anomalous data outside of the normal range of existing feeds. Solutions must allow for large sections of data to be missing in some instances, data volumes on the order of several GB per day, and both synchronous and asynchronous data transfers. The software must be modular and portable to a variety of target systems in order to allow for distributed processing, and include a queryable database. Core capability must be edge-deployable and existing edge system specifications will be provided.  Visualization, summaries, and other dashboard views are a desired part of the end product. Award may be structured in two phases in which there is a proof of concept phase and an on-premise deployment phase.

Responses should address the ability to rapidly deploy the proposed solution into a classified environment. Proposed solutions should have commercial viability.  The government may accept teaming arrangements among submissions offering complementary capabilities to achieve desired effect.

Prospective companies must be US-owned and have an approved facility clearance to be considered for award. (required).   Clearances will be verified in the National Industrial Security System (NISS)

PLEASE NOTE: This Area of Interest solicitation will be awarded in accordance with the Commercial Solutions Opening (CSO) process detailed within HQ0845-19-S-C001 (DIU CSO). This document can be found within the DIU Library at


Companies are advised that any Prototype Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) awarded in response to this Area of Interest may result in the award of a follow-on production contract or transaction without the use of further competitive procedures.  The follow-on production contract or transaction will be available for use by one or more organizations in the Department of Defense and, as a result, the magnitude of the follow-on production contract or agreement could be significantly larger than that of the Prototype OTA.  As such, any Prototype Other Transaction Agreement will include the following statement relative to the potential for follow-on production: "In accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2371b(f), and upon a determination that the prototype project for this transaction has been successfully completed, this competitively awarded prototype OTA may result in the award of a follow-on production contract or transaction without the use of competitive procedures.

Submissions accepted from 04/01/2019 15:46 to 04/12/2019 23:59 PT

Companies are hereby advised of the following:

  1. Solicitation for solution briefs is not a guarantee that award and obligation of funds will be made.
  2. The costs incurred by companies in the preparation and submission of their solution briefs in response to solicitations will not be paid by the DoD and are not allowable as a direct charge to any DoD contract or agreement.
  3. By submission of its solution brief, the company agrees that the DoD
    1. may reproduce the brief, or any portions thereof, to the extent necessary to evaluate the offer.
    2. may use information contained in the brief only for evaluation purposes and shall not disclose, directly or indirectly, such information to any person including potential evaluators, unless that person has been authorized to receive such information.