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Common Track Manager

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) is acquiring software development services for the Common Track Manager (CTM) Project including the Command and Control Rapid Prototype Continuum (C2RPC), the Combat Systems Command and Control (CSC2) directed experimentation efforts, and Consolidated Net-Centric Data Environment (CNDE) and C2 Core development and integration. Moebius Solutions will work closely with the SSC Pacific in house development team by providing support services to develop and enhance organic team products.

SSC Pacific is responsible for the development, test, and integration of Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence (C4I) systems. This work is critical to the direct fulfillment of multi-service military intelligence missions. SSC Pacific is evaluating the requirements for service-oriented architecture (SOA) environments, data models, and the potential use of current commercial technology to support military applications.

The CTM will be the visible, modern, transparent, and scalable, government owned and understood core Track Management Support (TMS) and Common Operational Picture (COP) Sync Tools (CST) phased replacement. The CTM will support new missions, topologies and data-types for maritime based Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), stability, homeland defense and traditional C2 requirements that operate in a Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES)/SOA. The CTM will enable advanced data fusion and knowledge management. The CTM will be developed from the baseline eXtensible Common Operational Picture (XCOP) software, to provide a logical path for the XCOP and CTM to merge. The CTM is expected to be a key component in the Program Manager, Warfare (PMW)-150 Future C2 Program of Record.

This effort will include software development services for various programs and projects supported by the Intelligence Collection Tools Branch, SSC Pacific Code 56250. This effort is sponsored by Office of Naval Research (ONR), Program Executive Office (PEO) C4I and PMW-150. Compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is mandated for all procurements and software developed as directed in SPAWARINST 5721.1B of 17 Nov 2009. Any EIT delivered under this task order will incorporate the applicable EIT Section 508 Accessibility Standards (36 CFR Part 1194).

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