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Follows are critical warfighter needs.  You are invited to submit a solution or partial solution related to the following capabilities as they apply to the support for small unit operations and soldier lethality.   Submit to lewisd@ncmbc.us  who has been asked to collect and forward to the government POC.   If the government POC has interest, he will then contact you directly.   Submissions must be limited to 2 pages, show a direct connection to the problem, and include your company and contact data.  All capabilities should emphasize individual mobility and automated operations with a goal of

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WHAT: The Department of Defense (DOD) issued draft guidance for procurements that will require compliance with DFARS Clause 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information, and implementation of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SP 800-171. The draft guidance includes a matrix of NIST 800-171 requirements that contractors and DOD agencies should prioritize when implementing NIST 800-171, and several approaches for DOD agencies to evaluate NIST 800-171 implementation during the source selection process.

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USSOCOM is seeking your unique expertise to provide solutions for the following “SOF Small Unit Dominance” areas of interest: SOF Operator/Mobility Platforms – Protection for SOF operators and platforms: protection from injury (ballistic), historically achieved through advanced armor/novel materials – Biomedical: Rapidly deliver medical technologies and procedures to the field in order to improve, preserve, and restore SOF operators

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.   “Connect on the Problem” Technology Interest Areas for Soldiers If you have a solution, email a brief description to DEFTECH,  lewisd@ncmbc.us, and DEFTECH will provide to the potential customer.   If the customer is interested, he will then contact you directly.

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Guard Farm Support Services Solicitation Number: HB0001-18-R-0009 Agency: Other Defense Agencies Office: USCYBERCOM Location: USCYBERCOM Contracting https://www.fbo.gov/index.php?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=5e73cf51aa9059b2113061d3f51e8fc1&tab=core&_cview=0     USCYBERCOM issues RFI .

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The Energy Department has announced it will invest up to $105.5 million in 70 research-and-development efforts that aim to produce solar power technology platforms. DOE said Tuesday it allocated $46 million for 14 projects that will focus on solar systems integration platforms and $24 million for 21 concentrating solar power R&D projects.   http://www.executivegov.com/2018/04/doe-allocates-105m-for-solar-energy-r-rick-perry-comments/

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