Air Force Phase I and Phase II evaluation




НазваниеAir Force Phase I and Phase II evaluation
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AIR FORCE

SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH

PROPOSAL PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS


The Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is responsible for the implementation and management of the Air Force SBIR Program. The Air Force SBIR Program Manager is Mr. Steve Guilfoos, 1-800-222-0336. Do not submit SBIR proposals to the AF SBIR Program Manager under any circumstances. All questions concerning proposal submissions, Fast Track applications and requirements, and award/contracting issues should be directed to the appropriate agency SBIR Program Manager listed beginning page AF-5. Addresses for proposal submission and numbers for administrative and contracting questions are listed on the following pages, AF-5 through AF-7.


Technical questions may be submitted directly to the topic author prior to December 1, 2001, or after that using the DTIC SBIR Interactive Technical Information System (SITIS). For a full description of this and other technical information assistance systems from DTIC, please refer to section 7.1 of this solicitation.


Air Force Nine-Month Phase I Contract


For the Air Force, the contractual period of performance for Phase I shall be nine (9) months, and the price should not exceed $100,000. Only one cost proposal for the entire nine-month contractual period of performance will be accepted.


The Phase I award winners must accomplish their primary research during the first six months of the contract. This primary research effort, alone, is used to determine whether the AF will request a Phase II proposal. We anticipate no more than 80% of the total cost should be expended within the first six months. After the first six months, additional related research should further the Phase I effort and put the small business in a better position to start Phase II, if awarded.


The last three months of the nine-month Phase I contract will provide project continuity for all Air Force Phase II award winners so that no modification to the Phase I contract should be necessary. The Air Force will accept proposals for modifications to maintain project continuity under special circumstances such as Fast Track.

Air Force Phase I and Phase II Evaluation



Our evaluation of the primary research effort and the proposal will be based on the factors listed in Section 4 of the solicitation; a) the soundness, technical merit, and innovation of the proposed approach and its incremental progress toward topic or subtopic solution; b) the qualifications of the proposed principal/key investigators, supporting staff, and consultants (qualifications include not only the ability to perform the research and development but also the ability to commercialize the results) and c) the potential for commercial (government or private sector) application and the benefits expected to accrue from this commercialization. The actual assigned weightings will not be disclosed outside of the DoD. Please note that where technical evaluations are essentially equal in merit, and as cost and/or price is a substantial factor, cost to the government will be considered in determining the successful offeror.


NOTICE: Only government personnel will evaluate proposals. However, base support contractors may be used to monitor contract performance and testing. Any contract award may require a nondisclosure agreement between base support contractors and awarded small businesses.


You must receive a written invitation before submitting a Phase II proposal. All Fast Track applicants may submit a Phase II proposal prior to receiving a formal invitation letter. The Air Force will select Phase II winners based solely upon the merits of the proposal submitted, including Fast Track applicants.

Air Force Phase I Proposals



Phase I proposals shall reflect a nine month effort that should not exceed $100,000. Remember, the first six months constitutes the primary research effort and will be used to evaluate whether a Phase II proposal will be requested.

Proposals are limited to 25 pages, excluding Company Commercialization Report.

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