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Barrister Global Services Network, Inc.Func

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Barrister Global Services Network, Inc.
835 B Pride
Dr. Hammond
LA 70401-9527
Valli Harry 985.365.0400Fun

Technical Capability:

Barrister offers a broad portfolio of services to meet your unique requirements:

Break/Fix Maintenance - predictable and fast hardware problem resolution

- Per Incident Hardware Repair - low fixed price
- Depot Repair - lower cost alternative to on-site
- Hardware Help Desk - multi-tiered, with dispatch and logistics
- Retail - POS and kiosk, including b/f maintenance and per incident
- Installation, De-installation and Disposal
- Manages a network of 15,000 + certified technicians and is capable of providing Nationwide service.
- Provider of Multi Vendor service
- Barrister provides clients access to our Web Based account Management program, for placing service calls and monitoring progress of service calls.
- Each account is assigned a Program Manager and an Account Manager, providing seamless support.

Barrister can help with functional areas: area#12 - information system development, information assurance,information technology; area#13 in Inactivation and Disposal Support; and area#16 Logistics Support.

NAID

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NAID Headquarters 9706 Pennsylvania Avenue - Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 NAID Headquarters 9706 Pennsylvania Avenue . Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Office: (301) 599-7085 . Fax: (301) 599-7087 Carrol Frederick

TNAID was selected as a team member for this effort primarily for their understanding of the DoD space, expertise in Program/Project management, telecommunication, networking and system administration. NAID, a Service-Disabled Veteran owned, American Indian owned, Small Disadvantaged Business, provides Information Technology services exclusively for the U.S. Federal Government. The NAID approach and solutions are based on meeting a need and ensuring lasting value for their clients. NAID experts combine integrated approaches with the optimal mix of strategic analysis, policy assessment, organizational analysis and engineering, and value added systems analysis. NAID offers innovative approaches to Program and Project Management, Information and Telecommunications technology, testing training, IV&V; and Facilities/IT Infrastructure Security and Information Assurance. NAID's staff is expert in Future Combat Systems (FCS), and access control systems; and they currently have two patents pending in large-scale biometrics and automated surveillance. NAID has been very successful supporting federal clients including the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Interior, Veterans Administration, Department of Justice, the Executive Office of the President and others. In fact, NAID was one of the first Small Disadvantaged Businesses awarded a Prime contract, in June 2002, by DOD, In Support of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), in IRAQ. Additionally, in 2002, NAID was awarded the National Indian Business Association (NIBA) Technology award for services that affected all of "Indian Country", nationally. NIBA is headquartered in Washington, DC and represents 24,000 American Indian and native Alaskan business enterprises.

NAID's headquarters, certified by the Defense Security Service (DSS), is a TOP SECRET facility (non-storage) located in Upper Marlboro, MD, just outside of Andrews AFB, and is no more than fifteen miles from the Pentagon in Washington, DC. NAID's Cage Code identifier is 1CEB2. NAID also possesses a GSA Schedule-70 #GS-35F-0264L.

Administration, Department of Justice, the Executive Office of the President and others. In fact, NAID was one of the first Small Disadvantaged Businesses awarded a Prime contract, in June 2002, by DOD, In Support of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), in IRAQ. Additionally, in 2002, NAID was awarded the National Indian Business Association (NIBA) Technology award for services that affected all of "Indian Country", nationally. NIBA is headquartered in Washington, DC and represents 24,000 American Indian and native Alaskan business enterprises. NAID's headquarters, certified by the Defense Security Service (DSS), is a TOP SECRET facility (non-storage) located in Upper Marlboro, MD, just outside of Andrews AFB, and is no more than fifteen miles from the Pentagon in Washington, DC. NAID's Cage Code identifier is 1CEB2. NAID also possesses a GSA Schedule-70 #GS-35F-0264L.

NAID can offer help in the following areas: #2 - engineering, systems engineering, and process engineering support; #3 - modeling, simulation, stimuatlion, and analysis support; #5 - system design documentation and technical data support; #17 supply and provisiong support; #20 program support simulation, stimuatlion, and analysis support; #5 - system design documentation and technical data support; #17 supply and provisiong support; #20 program supportunctional Areas

Lattice Technology Group, Inc.

Lattice Technology Group

Lattice Technology Group, Inc. 19775 Belmont Executive Plaza Suite 330 Ashburn, VA 20147-7606 Michael Valmont 703 466 0488 ext. 112

Lattice Technology Group, Inc. (LatticeTech) is a consulting firm specializing in Systems Engineering, Information Systems Integration, and Test & Evaluation. Our technical and management experts provide assistance to corporate and government staff responsible for integrating multiple information sources to achieve collaborative planning, operations, analysis, and exploitation. We help our clients plan, design, build, test and evaluate network-centric and horizontally-integrated information structures, which may include air, space, and ground sensor systems as well as other non-sensor sources. Our expertise and support enables clients to create exciting new insight, knowledge, and understanding from their information systems, and dramatically improve overall mission capability.

LatticeTech has extensive experience supporting research & development and acquisition management, with an emphasis in test and evaluation. LatticeTech personnel have provided technology integration and systems engineering support across the Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), and commercial arenas, including such organizations as National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and others. LatticeTech has a broad background in sensor development and testing, large pilot/prototype management, architecture framework development, systems integration, data standards development, and interoperability technologies.

Lattice Technology Group provided Systems Architect and Project Management support to the Under Secretary of Defense (USD) Acquisition, Technology & Logistics (AT&L) Horizontal Integration Working Group (HIWG), through the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) Interoperability Action Team (NIAT). The purpose of the HIWG is to identify process improvements, non-materiel and materiel solutions aimed at creating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) interoperability throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) and providing key input to the Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA). This scope includes seven UAS platforms across the Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy. LatticeTech also provided project management support to the HIWG by participating in Statement of Work (SOW) development, project plan creation and maintenance, Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) development, and status reporting.

LatticeTech also provided NGA with vital leadership within its newly-created Military Readiness Plans and Experiments Division (MRPD). MRPD is the Face of NGA for experiments & demonstrations (E&D) with the responsibility to supply management, security, and network support for internal and external NGA-sponsored initiatives. LatticeTech held positions of demonstration lead for Empire Challenge 10 (EC10), co-lead for Trident Warrior 10 (TW10), team member for Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID) and Trident Spectre, and coordinator for the GEOINT Working Group (GWG). In addition, LatticeTech provided systems engineering and test support during Trident Warrior Valiant Shield FLEX.

LatticeTech currently provides subject matter expertise to NGA and NATO for the development of key ISR data standards, serving as Technical Lead for the NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 4607 Ground Moving Target Indicator Format (GMTIF) and the STANAG 4676 NATO ISR Tracking Standard, (NITS) and providing subject matter expertise for the development of STANAG 4609 Motion Imagery Standard Video MTI (VMTI) engineering guidance specification. LatticeTech personnel were key members in the development of the original STANAG 4607 and 4676 standards, and currently lead the continued development and governance for these standards. LatticeTech also provides Secretariat support for NATO Imagery Working Group (IMWG) under the Joint Capability Group ISR (JCGISR). In addition, LatticeTech provides subject matter expertise to the US Surface/Ground Moving Target Indicator (S/GMTI) Community of Practice (CoP), providing consulting and advisory services on functional management activities for S/GMTI across the DoD/IC community.

LatticeTech planned, supported and executed multiple trials, demonstrations and exercises, including the Multi-sensor Aerospace-Ground Joint ISR Interoperability Coalition 2 (MAJIIC2) Technical Interoperability Experiment (TIE) in March 2012, Unified Vision 2012 (UV12) in June 2012, and the MAJIIC2 Multi-Intelligence All-Source Joint Exercise 2012 (MAJEX) in September 2012.

LatticeTech currently serves as Technical Lead for the upcoming Unified Vision 2014 ISR Tracking Initiative. This effort is a follow-on to UV12, and represents NATOs premier ISR demonstration/evaluation event involving sensor technologies and participants from over 15 different NATO Nations. LatticeTech personnel are leading the planning, resourcing, and coordination for the multi-INT ISR tracking effort – one of NATO’s key initiatives to support the development and fielding of new ISR fusion capabilities.

The functional services areas defined below are well aligned within LatticeTech's core competencies:

Functional Area 1 - Research and Development Support

Functional Area 2 - Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

Functional Area 4 - Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support

Functional Area 5 - System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

Functional Area 6 - Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

Functional Area 10 - Configuration Management (CM) Support

Functional Area 11 - Quality Assurance (QA)

Functional Area 14 - Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

Functional Area 15 - Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support

Functional Area 18 - Logistics Support

Functional Area 20 - Program Support

Functional Area 21 - Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

Collabraspace, Inc

Collabraspace, Inc.

Collabraspace, Inc. 180 Admiral Cochrane Drive, Suite 525 Annapolis, MD 21401-8403 Shawn Davis 410 224 4343

The team at CollabraSpace has been providing high-end technology solutions to a variety of government and commercial customers for over a decade. We employ SCI approved professionals certified in a variety of program management, software development and system administration platforms. Our team of talented software engineers has a wealth of experience developing enterprise wide solutions for the community using a variety of development platforms and tools such as C, C++, J2EE, Perl, Java, Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server, Novell, DOORS, Weblogic, Jboss, Rational, and Microsoft. CollabraSpace also has a team of seasoned professionals with significant training in the system administration, networking and security arenas on a variety of operating systems (UNIX, Linux, Solaris, Microsoft NT, Microsoft 2000) and hardware platforms (Sun Fire 3800/4800/6800 servers, Sun Fire 15k server, Intel based Personal Computers and Servers, Cisco networking). In addition to providing world-class Professional Services, the CollabraSpace team has harnessed our many years of experience in Object Oriented software development to design and implement two unique products suites geared toward maximizing efficiencies, increasing productivity, reducing costs, and achieving intelligent business solutions in less time.

The CollabraSuite SDK product delivers productivity enhancing solutions to software developers in the J2EE environment. Built on industry accepted best-of-breed design patterns, CollabraSpace has deployed a powerfully integrated solution for rapidly building robust applications in the J2EE environment. This powerful combination of tools enables our customers to deliver robust J2EE solutions for significantly less time and money.

The functional services areas defined below are well aligned with CollabraSpace's core competencies:

Functional Area 5 - System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

Functional Area 6 - Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

Functional Area 10 - Configuration Management (CM) Support

Functional Area 12 - Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support.