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RECOVERY ACT ADVANCED CONCEPT STUDIES FOR SUPERSONIC COMMERCIAL TRANSPORTAIRCRAFT ENTERING SERVICE IN THE 2018-2020 PERIOD

This opportunity is a Recovery and Reinvestment Act action
Solicitation Number: NNH08ZEA001-N-SUP3
Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Office: Glenn Research Center
Location: Office of Procurement
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Added: Sep 15, 2009 2:49 pm
RECOVERY ACT THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. THISOPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION, LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICSCOMPANY, PALMDALE, CA. The Supersonics Project is aligned with the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate(ARMD) principles of maintaining intellectual stewardship of aeronautical corecompetencies for the nation in the supersonic flight regime and of focusing research inareas that are appropriate to NASAs unique capabilities. The Project supports theFundamental Aeronautics Programs (FAP) strategy of developing systems levelmultidisciplinary capabilities for supersonic civilian and military applications. The Supersonics Project is a broad based effort designed to develop knowledge,capabilities and technologies that support all vehicles that fly in the supersonic speedregime. Key elements of the project include the development of systems concepts and thecompletion of systems studies. These studies are used to identify potential requirementsfor future supersonic aircraft; assessment of the effectiveness of the projects currenttechnology portfolio and the identification of new research and technology opportunities.Another key element of the Supersonics Project involves conducting systems levelexperimental validation activities which complement the current project investments toprovide proven capabilities that address the efficiency, environmental, and performancechallenges of supersonic aircraft.NASA Glenn Research Center intends to issue a contract entitled "Advanced Concept Studiesfor Supersonic Commercial Transport Aircraft Entering Service in the 2018-2020 Period toconduct systems level experimental validations in support of NASAs N+2 SupersonicEffort. The proposal was previously submitted in response to a NASA ResearchAnnouncement (NRA) NNH08ZEA001N-SUP-3, Research Opportunities in Aeronautics (ROA) 2008issued September 30, 2008. This effort will be performed at Lockheed Martin Corporation, Lockheed Martin AeronauticsCompany, Palmdale, CA, authorized under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of2009. Oral communications are not acceptable in response to this notice. This announcement will not result in a Request for Proposal; this announcement is forinformational purposes only. All questions and/or concerns must be submitted to thepoint of contact contained herein in writing via e-mail to the following address:Teresa.L.Monaco@nasa.gov An ombudsman has been appointed. See NASA Specific Note "B". Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 00.000
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NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland, OH 44135
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Teresa L Monaco, Contracting Officer, Phone 216-433-8293, Fax 216-433-5489, Email Teresa.L.Monaco@nasa.gov

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