Air Force AFLCMC/WWZ
B-2 Bomber Program Support
Period of Performance:
14 Aug 2015 to 18 Aug 2020
Contact Dayton Division Office Business Development
Administrative Support, Engineering, Financial Management, Logistics, Program/Project Managment, Security
P E Systems’ team of over 100 acquisition professionals support the B-2 Division in the modernization, test, production, fielding, and sustainment of B-2 aircraft and related systems. The B-2 is a high demand, low density fleet that is 20+ years old, is undergoing numerous concurrent acquisitions to solve obsolescence issues, and delivers critical Aerial Denial/Anti-Access and nuclear capabilities.
Program Management Support: P E Systems applies knowledge and experience in acquisition program management philosophy, policies, and procedures to systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. P E Systems assists with the development of Memoranda of Agreement (MOA) and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU), Statements of Objectives (SOO), Performance Work Statements (PWS), Statements of Work (SOW), Requests for Proposal (RFP), Urgent Operational Need (UON), Initial Capabilities Document (ICD), Capability Development Documents (CDD), Capability Production Documents (CPD), Service/Air Force Core Function Master Plan (CFMP), Analysis of Alternatives, Sustainment Metrics, Technical Reviews, and Life Cycle Cost, Modeling, and Simulation. P E Systems facilitates the development of program documentation between functional resources (financial, management, procurement, systems/software engineering, testing, and logistics) and provides assistance in risk management, project management, process improvement support, and logistics support.
Subject Matter Expertise Support: P E Systems expertise to the B-2 program in the following disciplines: Test & Evaluation; Enterprise Pricing; Special Projects Logistics; Information Assurance; Program Management WSSC Support; Program Management Modernization and Sustainment Support; Earned Value Management Implementation and Analysis; Earned Value Management Unliquidated Obligation/Negative Unliquidated Obligation Contract Closeout; Cost Estimators; Low Observable Test & Evaluation; Survivability; Communications; Avionics Architecture; Systems Engineering; and, Program Management.
Engineering Support: P E Systems applies an understanding of DoD, AF, and common engineering/scientific principles, processes and procedures (Life Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety Suitability & Effectiveness (OSS&E)) to improve performance and sustainability of existing and future AF and joint service weapon systems. P E Systems translates user requirements into weapon system requirements, which will be used to design, develop, fabricate, test, and evaluate weapon systems, subsystem, and equipment for eventual fielding and deployment. P E systems produces or reviews technical evaluations and plans that include: System Requirements Document; System Specification; RFPs; System Engineering Plan (SEP); Capability Assessment Reference Database; Systems Engineering Tradeoff Analysis; Acquisition Strategy Plan; Corrosion Control Plan; Software Development Plan (SDP); Reliability Management Plan; Human Engineering Plan; RMP; Obsolescence Management Plan; Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); Program Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health Evaluation; ISP; Program Protection Plan (PPP); Technology Assessment/Control Plan (TA/CP); Cybersecurity Plan; Security Authorization Package documentation (System Security Profile (SSP); Plan of Action and Milestone; Security Assessment Plan; Security Classification Guide (SCG); Alternative Live Fire T&E Plan; Clinger-Cohen Act Compliance; Consideration of Technology Issues; Data Management Strategy; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Survivability Assessments; Net-Centric Data Strategy; Spectrum Supportability Determination; Technical Data Rights Strategy; Technology Readiness Assessment; Manufacturing Readiness Assessment; ICD; and other program/technical documents. P E Systems provides specialty engineering support in Avionics Systems Integration, Software, Systems Integration, System Design, Assessment and Authorization. And Low Observable disciplines. P E systems applies MIL-HDBK-516B, Airworthiness Certification Criteria, to all B-2 program aircraft systems and subsystems.
Test & Evaluation Support: P E Systems assists in the design, planning, execution, analysis and reporting phases of B-2 Test and Evaluation (T&E) programs (including any applicable Military certifications and procedures) to assess the performance of aeronautical systems, subsystems, and equipment, as they progress through the various acquisition phases and milestones. P E systems manages all aspects of the B-2 enterprise and individual test program Integrated Test Team (ITT) activities including interaction with other test organizations as the B-2 Combined Test Force (CTF), Office Secretary of Defense or the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation and 72 Test Wing. P E Systems assesses, evaluates, and analyzes test strategies, requirements, and objectives for issues that specifically impact the availability, performance, safety, interoperability, or capability of the weapon system.
Life Cycle Logistics Support: P E Systems coordinates all logistics elements (e.g., spares, Support Equipment (SE), training, facilities, technical data, provisioning, etc.) to ensure all integrated logistics support requirements for the program are identified and tailored to the B-2 Program. P E Systems develops long term weapon system supportability approaches that further Government acquisition strategy goals and objectives. P E Systems conducts analyses of sustainment and Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) and recommend suitable replacements. P E systems both generates and reviews Integrated Logistics Support Plans, Life Cycle Sustainment Plans (LCSP), Technical Orders (TOs), Technical Manuals, Electronic Technical Manuals, Illustrated Parts Breakdowns, Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis and work specifications to ensure the documentation meets Government logistics support requirements.
B-2 Weapon System Support Center Facilities Support: P E Systems assists the B-2 Weapon System Support Center (WSSC) Government Facility Manager in producing and/or reviewing documentation for the B-2 Program Office to support the B-2 WSSC Facility management and maintenance efforts. P E systems coordinates and interfaces with Tinker AFB Civil Engineering, vendors, suppliers, etc., and perform routine B-2 WSSC facility maintenance activities to ensure the B-2 WSSC facility is in an operational state.
Financial Management Support: P E Systems utilizes the following financial systems and tools: MOCAS, General Accounting and Finance System, Selected Management Acquisition and Reporting Tool, Commanders’ Resource Integration System (CRIS), Automated Business Services System, Defense Travel System (DTS), SDW, EDA, Obligation Adjustment Reporting System, and Wide Area Work Flow, FMSuite, Comprehensive Cost and Requirement (CCaR), and Web CCaR. P E Systems performs obligation and expenditure forecasting; reconciliation; loading budgets; preparing and initiating target loads; and funding documents. P E Systems monitors the flow of USAF funds such as congressional actions, Program Authorization, and Budget Authority by utilizing the USAF Congressional Domain and Automated Funds Management System. P E Systems participates with Government analysts in the PPBE to include the POM, Budget Estimate Submission (BES) and President’s Budget (PB) cycle to include loading, updating, and justifying specific program details. P E Systems develops cost estimates for all phases of B-2 acquisition programs from inception through disposal either independently or in concert with Government personnel that include Most Probable Life Cycle Cost estimates for source selection evaluation, quick-turnaround “what-if” estimates, Cost as an Independent Variable (CAIV), Should/Will Cost Reviews, RTOC, or other EA.. P E Systems conducts Earned Value Management (EVM) analysis from Cost Performance Reports (CPR), Cost/Schedule Status Reports, Contract Funds Status Report, and Contractor Cost Data Reports, Integrated Program Management Report; train integrated baseline, surveillance review teams, and multifunctional IPTs.
Contracts Management Support: P E Systems prepares contract documentation, contract distribution functions, correspondence, and database maintenance that supports all activities from contract development, award, management and measurement, including contract closeout. P E Systems is proficient in the use of, Contracting Writing System (ConWrite), Contract Data System (ConData) Share Data Warehouse (SDW), FedBizOpps, Electronic Document Access (EDA), Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation, Mechanization of Contract Administration Services (MOCAS), Contracting Business Intelligence Service Account, and AF Data Services.
Security Support: P E Systems provides security-related assistance to the directorate for briefings, meetings, and conferences. P E Systems provides special administrative and logistical assistance for the Directorate Visitor Control Function. P E systems maintains an active Joint Personnel Adjudication System account and assist with verifying personnel security clearances, process personnel security investigation documents, reviewing the investigation documents for accuracy, and tracking submitted requests for personnel security clearances. P E Systems staff are level 1 certified in the Defense Security Service (DSS), Security Professional Education Development Program. P E Systems manages and performs the administrative duties of a SAP Facility in accordance with the Joint Air Force, Army and Navy 6/0, 6/9 and the JSIG or current guidance that includes submitting PARs, gaining and maintaining accreditation as required and managing the self-inspection program. P E Systems maintains the classified computerized database of government and DoD contractor personnel with access to the Special Access Required (SAR) programs as identified by individual task orders.