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R -- N65236-09-R-0130

Solicitation Number: SSC-Atlantic_MKTSVY_74B6E
Agency: Department of the Navy
Office: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
Location: SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic
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Added: Jun 01, 2009 1:27 pm
SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic plans tonegotiate a sole source contract with

Tridea Works, LLC, 1163 Fieldview

Drive, Reston, VA 20194 for the

procurement of program support and

technical engineering services in

support of the Communications

Assistance for Law Enforcement Act

(CALEA). CALEA was enacted to ensure

that after law enforcement obtains the

appropriate legal authority,

telecommunications carriers have the

necessary capability to assist law

enforcement regardless of their specific

telecommunications technology or

service.



Section 103 of CALEA sets forth the

technical assistance capability

requirements that telecommunications

carriers need to support law

enforcements conduct of lawfully

authorized electronic surveillance.

CALEA directs the telecommunications

industry to design, develop, deploy,

and maintain solutions that meet

certain assistance capability

requirements. Specifically, carriers

must be able to: (1) expeditiously

isolate all wire and electronic

telecommunications of a target

transmitted by the carrier within its

service area; (2) expeditiously isolate

call-identifying information of a target;

(3) provide intercepted

telecommunications and call-identifying

information to law enforcement; and

(4) carry out intercepts unobtrusively,

so targets are not made aware of the

electronic surveillance, and in a

manner that does not compromise the

privacy and security of other

communications. CALEA contains

various other provisions that require

technical subject matter expertise with

a multi-disciplinary focus on program

management; characterization of law

enforcements electronic surveillance

needs; contributions to industrys

technical standards organizations;

verification that industry-developed

technical solutions meet the

requirements of publicly available

standards; research of emerging

services and technologies with the

potential to impact law enforcements

conduct of electronic surveillance; fiscal

resource planning; Internet-based

website and communications

infrastructure; and legislative and

regulatory policy planning,

development, and implementation.



Services include but are not limited to:

general areas of technical requirement

specification; solution verification;

engineering; technical and other

support; problem solving for

implementation issues; decision-

making and database systems;

program management; and logistical

planning/support.



A Cost Plus Fixed Fee, Indefinite

Delivery, Indefinite Quantity type

contract is anticipated with a one-year

base period and four (4) one-year

option periods. The applicable North

American Industry Classification

(NAICS) code is 541511 and the size

standard is $25 million. This notice is

not a request for competitive

proposals.



Any questions relating to this

announcement are due by 12 June

2009 no later than 1430 EST. POC is

Carol Lloyd, Code 2.2.3CL, phone #

(843) 218-3503, e-mail address is

carol.lloyd @navy.mil.
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P.O. Box 190022, North Charleston SC 29419-9022
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Point of Contact - Carol A Lloyd, Contract Specialist, 843-218-3503

Contract Specialist