CAGE 2D700 - LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY
USA

LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY

CAGE Code: 2D700
DUNS: 069746725


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LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY is an Active Commercial Supplier with the Cage Code 2D700 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 069746725.

Additional Data For CAGE 2D700

SIC Code 1:8299
Status:A
Type:F
Size:E
Primary Business:N
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:S4402A
ADP CNT CT:HQ0339

USA Government Contracting Activity for 2D700

Monday, April 25, 2016
($28,174.63)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80SSC0: NASA STENNIS SPACE CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THIS PROPOSAL ALIGNS WITH NASA STENNIS SPACE CENTER S TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO ENERGY HARVESTING AND NUCLEAR THERMAL PROPULSION SYSTEM TESTING, AND ANTICIPATES THAT RESULTS WILL HELP REDUCE MISSION RISK TO NEAR-EARTH OBJECTS, MARS, AND OTHER DEEP SPACE DESTINATIONS, AS WELL AS HELP ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO GROUND TESTING OF THESE SYSTEMS. COSMIC RADIATION IS THE CRITICAL OBSTACLE PREVENTING EXTENDED HUMAN SPACE EXPLORATION. THERE IS CURRENTLY NO PRACTICAL APPLICATION WHICH CAN FULLY REPRODUCE THE SHIELDING EFFECT PRODUCED BY THE EARTH S STRONG MAGNETIC FIELD IN COMBINATION WITH DENSE ATMOSPHERE. SINCE EXTENDED MISSIONS TO THE MOON AND MARS ARE IN THE NASA S SPACE TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP, A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF RESEARCH IS THEREFORE FOCUSED UPON INVENTIVELY FINDING WAYS THAT WILL REDUCE RADIATION EXPOSURE BOTH IN TRANSIT, AND AT THE FINAL DESTINATION IN SPACE. AN INNOVATIVE SOLUTION IS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE NATIVE SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF THE PLANETARY MATERIAL ITSELF, AND UTILIZE AND/OR CREATE SUBSURFACE STRUCTURES WITH IT. HOWEVER, DUE TO THE EXTREME COST OF UP-MASS (PAYLOAD FROM EARTH TO SPACE), LITTLE REAL CONSIDERATION HAS BEEN GIVEN TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TRUE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS. THEREFORE, TO ADDRESS THIS NEED, WE PROPOSE TO CONSTRUCT MATERIALS THAT PROVIDE BOTH (1) DURABLE STRUCTURAL SUPPORT AS WELL AS (2) INCREASED RADIATION SHIELDING PROPERTIES, AND CAN BE CREATED IN SITU, ALMOST ENTIRELY FROM MATERIALS THAT CAN BE READILY OBTAINED FROM THE SURFACE OF THE MOON OR POTENTIALLY OTHER PLANETS. GEOPOLYMERS ARE INORGANIC CEMENTITIOUS BINDERS PRODUCED BY POLYMERIC REACTION BETWEEN AN ALUMINO-SILICA RICH MATERIAL AND AN ALKALI METAL HYDROXIDE/SILICATE LIQUID, FORMING A BINDING GEL, WHICH CAN BE USED TO ENCAPSULATE FINE AND COARSE AGGREGATES TO PRODUCE CONCRETE. WHILE EARTH-BASED APPLICATIONS UTILIZE COMMONLY AVAILABLE MATERIALS, SUCH AS METAKAOLIN, FLY ASH, OR EVEN RICE HUSK, RESEARCHERS AT THE TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY CENTER (TTC) UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DR. EREZ ALLOUCHE HAVE REPRODUCED LUNAR REGOLITH TO MAKE GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE SPECIMENS (`LUNAMER ) BY ACTIVATING THE REGOLITH WITH ALKALI LIQUID (FIGURE 1). THE SAMPLES EXHIBITED A 3-DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 1600 PSI; WITH THE MOON S GRAVITY LEVEL BEING 1/6TH THAT OF EARTH, THIS TRANSLATED INTO AN EQUIVALENT STRENGTH OF 9,600 PSI IN EARTH TERMS, DOUBLE THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF MOST CONCRETE STRUCTURES BUILT ON EARTH. GEOPOLYMER BINDER TECHNOLOGY PRESENTS SUPERIOR MECHANICAL AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE, AND HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE COMPATIBLE WITH AN ABUNDANTLY AVAILABLE LUNAR RESOURCE (LUNAR REGOLITH) (MONTES AND ALLOUCHE, 2012). THEREFORE, TO UNDERSTAND SPACE-BASED APPLICATIONS, NEXT STEPS SHOULD INCLUDE CHARACTERIZING RADIATION SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS
AJ43: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  NNS13AB40A  
Thursday, November 12, 2015
$30,312.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
SSC00: STENNIS SPACE CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS WORK IS TO DESIGN, FABRICATE, AND CHARACTERIZE A MULTIFUNCTIONAL THERMAL SENSOR FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENTS OF SUITABLE FOR USE IN ROCKET PROPULSION TESTING. BESIDES BEING ABLE TO PROVIDE ACCURATE AND REPEATABLE DATA, THE SENSOR WILL BE DESIGNED TO UTILIZE LOW COST MATERIALS, BE BATCH FABRICATION-COMPATIBLE, AND REMAIN UNOBTRUSIVE TO FLOW OR TEST OPERATION DURING USE. THE SENSOR IS BASED ON THE STRATEGIC INTEGRATION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE-COMPATIBLE THIN FILM THERMOCOUPLES AND THERMOPILES ONTO CERAMIC SUBSTRATES USING INDUSTRY-STANDARD MICROFABRICATION PROCESSES. THIS APPROACH ALLOWS FOR BATCH-FABRICATION OF SMALL, LOW PROFILE, LOW COST SENSORS WHICH CAN BE UTILIZED ACROSS A WIDE VARIETY OF COMPONENTS AND ENVIRONMENTS WITHOUT SIGNIFICANTLY DISRUPTING HEAT FLOW OR OPERATION. THE THERMOCOUPLE/THERMOPILE FEATURES WILL BE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE BOTH SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND SURFACE HEAT FLUX DATA SIMULTANEOUSLY. WHEN MULTIPLE SUCH SENSORS ARE PLACED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS ON A COMPONENT OF INTEREST, TEMPERATURE GRADIENT INFORMATION MAY ALSO BE OBTAINED WITH MILLIMETER-SCALE RESOLUTION. UNLIKE PREVIOUS STUDIES ON THE USE OF THIN FILM THERMOCOUPLES FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS [1-4], THIS PROJECT SEEKS TO DEVELOP A ROBUST THERMOMECHANICAL DESIGN WITH INTEGRATED SURFACE PATTERNING TO MINIMIZE THERMALLY-INDUCED STRESSES AND PREVENT DESTRUCTIVE CRACKING OR DELAMINATION. FURTHER DETAILS AS TO THE SENSOR FABRICATION, VALIDATION, AND TESTING PROCEDURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROPOSED WORK ARE PRESENTED IN SECTION III. HIS PROJECT IS DIRECTLY ALIGNED WITH THE PROPULSION TESTING INSTRUMENTATION NEEDS AT NASA SSC, BOTH FOR USE ON SPACE FLIGHT COMPONENTS UNDER EVALUATION AS WELL AS ON CRITICAL TEST STAND INFRASTRUCTURE. IN ADDITION, THIS TECHNOLOGY WOULD BE HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE FOR MANY COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS SUCH AS NUCLEAR POWER, GAS TURBINES, AIRCRAFT ENGINES, AND INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING/PROCESSING SUCH THAT THERE IS A HIGH DEGREE OF COMMERCIALIZATION POTENTIAL AS DESCRIBED IN SECTION IV. THIS WORK WILL ALSO HAVE BENEFICIAL EDUCATIONAL AND WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT BY PROVIDING THE SUPPORTED GRADUATE STUDENT WITH CUTTING-EDGE SKILLS AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN A TECHNOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT FIELD WHILE INTRODUCING THEM TO THE SPECIFIC OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH AEROSPACE ENGINEERING.
AJ43: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  NNS16AA17A  
Thursday, September 3, 2015
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

B: PURCHASE ORDER
""IGF::OT::IGF"" CFI DATA ANALYSIS (WHITE RIVER NWR) MODIFICATION: TIME EXTENSION
R702: SUPPORT- MANAGEMENT: DATA COLLECTION

  INF14PX02064  
Thursday, September 4, 2014
$15,000.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
""IGF::OT::IGF"" CFI DATA ANALYSIS (WHITE RIVER NWR)
R702: SUPPORT- MANAGEMENT: DATA COLLECTION

  INF14PX02064  
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
($55.77)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
SSC00: STENNIS SPACE CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY DUAL USE AGREEMENT FOR TESTING GEOPOLYMER BINDERS IN ROCKET PLUME ENVIRONMENTSPURPOSE THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO TEST A NEW GENERATION OF MULTI-FUNCTION ALUMINA-SILICATE BASED CEMENTITIOUS BINDERS CAPABLE OF HIGH REFLECTANCE, LOW ABLATION RATE, ELEVATED CORROSION RESISTANCE AND HIGH MECHANICAL STRENGTH AS A POTENTIAL REFRACTORY MATERIAL TO BE USED IN STENNIS TEST STAND FLAME TRENCHES. THE WORK WILL BUILD ON PREVIOUS RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN BY THE RESEARCH TEAM IN THE AREAS OF GEOPOLYMERIC BINDERS, HIGH REFLECTANCE MATERIALS AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS BEHAVIOR IN HIGH TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENTS. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-FUNCTION, MULTI-PURPOSE, COST-EFFECTIVE, `GREEN CEMENTITIOUS BINDER CAN LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT BENEFITS ACROSS THE NASA MISSION RANGING FROM THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOW COST, `HOT FACE REFRACTORY LINERS WITH LONGER SERVICE LIFE COMPARED WITH CURRENT COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS, THROUGH A HIGH STRENGTH, CORROSION RESISTANT MATERIAL FOR THE REPAIR OF LARGE CONCRETE TEST AND LAUNCH STANDS AT SSC AND KSC THAT EXPERIENCED EXTENSIVE CORROSION RELATED DAMAGE AND ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR.A SECOND INVESTIGATION WILL LOOK AT A NEW APPLICATION THAT USES THE GEOPOLYMER BINDER AS A REFRACTORY PROTECTIVE COATING FOR STEEL PIPES TO BE USED TO CONDUCT AN EXTREMELY HIGH TEMPERATURE HYDROGEN-BASED FLUID. THE FOCUS OF THIS PROJECT WILL LOOK AT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL MORTAR COATING SYSTEM FOR THIS APPLICATION. INSTALLATION METHODS WHICH INCLUDE EXTRUDE IN PLACE, SPIN-CAST, AND MECHANICAL TROWEL, WILL BE EVALUATED FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY BASED ON THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE COATING SYSTEM. NASA RESPONSIBILITIES NASA/SSC WILL: PERFORM THE FACILITY MODIFICATIONS AND ACTIVATION IN THE E-3 TEST AREA REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE MATERIALS TESTS. PROVIDE EXPENDABLE MATERIALS AND PROPELLANTS/FLUIDS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE MATERIAL TESTS. CONDUCT THE TESTS AND COLLECT THE DATA FOR ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION. PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING SAMPLE DESIGN AND PREPARATION. FOR THE SECONDARY STUDY, NASA WILL PROVIDE PROJECTED ENVIRONMENTS AND CONDITIONS THE MATERIAL MIGHT EXPERIENCE IN THAT APPLICATION. AGREEMENT MILESTONES FOR THE PRIMARY STUDY TIME COST ($) 1. KICKOFF MEETING WEEK 1 $0 2. NUMERICAL MODELING / BENCH-SCALE LABORATORY TESTS WEEK 6 $0 3. OPTIMIZATION OF MIX DESIGNS WEEK 8 $0 4. MATERIAL PROCUREMENTS WEEK 9 $0 5. CASTING OF SPECIMENS WEEK 10 $0 6. FIELD TESTING AT SSC WEEK 12 $0 7. DATA ANALYSIS / SPECIMENS TASTINGS WEEK 18 $0 8. 3RD PARTY TESTING WEEK 22 $0 9. CLOSEOUT&FINAL REPORT WEEK 24 $0 TOTAL NASA FUNDING: $0
AF14: R&D- EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NNS12AA87A  
Friday, September 27, 2013
$50,638.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
SSC00: STENNIS SPACE CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THIS PROPOSAL ALIGNS WITH NASA STENNIS SPACE CENTER S TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO ENERGY HARVESTING AND NUCLEAR THERMAL PROPULSION SYSTEM TESTING, AND ANTICIPATES THAT RESULTS WILL HELP REDUCE MISSION RISK TO NEAR-EARTH OBJECTS, MARS, AND OTHER DEEP SPACE DESTINATIONS, AS WELL AS HELP ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO GROUND TESTING OF THESE SYSTEMS. COSMIC RADIATION IS THE CRITICAL OBSTACLE PREVENTING EXTENDED HUMAN SPACE EXPLORATION. THERE IS CURRENTLY NO PRACTICAL APPLICATION WHICH CAN FULLY REPRODUCE THE SHIELDING EFFECT PRODUCED BY THE EARTH S STRONG MAGNETIC FIELD IN COMBINATION WITH DENSE ATMOSPHERE. SINCE EXTENDED MISSIONS TO THE MOON AND MARS ARE IN THE NASA S SPACE TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP, A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF RESEARCH IS THEREFORE FOCUSED UPON INVENTIVELY FINDING WAYS THAT WILL REDUCE RADIATION EXPOSURE BOTH IN TRANSIT, AND AT THE FINAL DESTINATION IN SPACE. AN INNOVATIVE SOLUTION IS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE NATIVE SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF THE PLANETARY MATERIAL ITSELF, AND UTILIZE AND/OR CREATE SUBSURFACE STRUCTURES WITH IT. HOWEVER, DUE TO THE EXTREME COST OF UP-MASS (PAYLOAD FROM EARTH TO SPACE), LITTLE REAL CONSIDERATION HAS BEEN GIVEN TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TRUE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS. THEREFORE, TO ADDRESS THIS NEED, WE PROPOSE TO CONSTRUCT MATERIALS THAT PROVIDE BOTH (1) DURABLE STRUCTURAL SUPPORT AS WELL AS (2) INCREASED RADIATION SHIELDING PROPERTIES, AND CAN BE CREATED IN SITU, ALMOST ENTIRELY FROM MATERIALS THAT CAN BE READILY OBTAINED FROM THE SURFACE OF THE MOON OR POTENTIALLY OTHER PLANETS. GEOPOLYMERS ARE INORGANIC CEMENTITIOUS BINDERS PRODUCED BY POLYMERIC REACTION BETWEEN AN ALUMINO-SILICA RICH MATERIAL AND AN ALKALI METAL HYDROXIDE/SILICATE LIQUID, FORMING A BINDING GEL, WHICH CAN BE USED TO ENCAPSULATE FINE AND COARSE AGGREGATES TO PRODUCE CONCRETE. WHILE EARTH-BASED APPLICATIONS UTILIZE COMMONLY AVAILABLE MATERIALS, SUCH AS METAKAOLIN, FLY ASH, OR EVEN RICE HUSK, RESEARCHERS AT THE TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY CENTER (TTC) UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DR. EREZ ALLOUCHE HAVE REPRODUCED LUNAR REGOLITH TO MAKE GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE SPECIMENS (`LUNAMER ) BY ACTIVATING THE REGOLITH WITH ALKALI LIQUID (FIGURE 1). THE SAMPLES EXHIBITED A 3-DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 1600 PSI; WITH THE MOON S GRAVITY LEVEL BEING 1/6TH THAT OF EARTH, THIS TRANSLATED INTO AN EQUIVALENT STRENGTH OF 9,600 PSI IN EARTH TERMS, DOUBLE THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF MOST CONCRETE STRUCTURES BUILT ON EARTH. GEOPOLYMER BINDER TECHNOLOGY PRESENTS SUPERIOR MECHANICAL AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE, AND HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE COMPATIBLE WITH AN ABUNDANTLY AVAILABLE LUNAR RESOURCE (LUNAR REGOLITH) (MONTES AND ALLOUCHE, 2012). THEREFORE, TO UNDERSTAND SPACE-BASED APPLICATIONS, NEXT STEPS SHOULD INCLUDE CHARACTERIZING RADIATION SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS
AJ43: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  NNS13AB40A  
Friday, August 17, 2012
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
KSC00: KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

B: PURCHASE ORDER
MOD 1: TO EXTEND THE ENDING OF THE CONTRACT PERIOD FROM ITS ORIGINAL DATE (08/31/12) BY A MONTH (09/30/12) DUE TO THE PARABOLIC FLIGHT CAMPAIGN THAT IS NOW TAKING PLACE IN SEPTEMBER.BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) NNH10CAO001K, TITLED ENABLING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) AS A NATIONAL LAB, WAS ISSUED VIA A SYNOPSIS ON APRIL 23, 2010. (SEE TAB 22 AND 50) THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA) IS OPERATING A SHARE OF THE UNITED STATES ACCOMMODATIONS ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) AS A NATIONAL LABORATORY IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 507 OF THE NASA AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2005 (P.L.109-155). THE PURPOSE OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT WAS TO SEEK TO INCREASE THE UTILIZATION OF THE ISS BY OTHER FEDERAL ENTITIES AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO THE ISS FOR THE CONDUCT OF BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING (COLLECTIVELY, R&D). THE SYNOPSIS REQUESTED PROPOSAL CONCEPTS IN TWO GENERAL MISSION THRUST AREAS: PAYLOAD INTEGRATION&OPERATIONS SERVICES, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION CAPABILITIES FOR UTILIZATION OF ISS. THE ANNOUNCEMENT WAS ORIGINALLY OPEN FOR 1-YEAR WITH PROPOSALS BEING SUBMITTED AT ANY TIME WHILE THE SOLICITATION WAS OPEN. THE SOLICITATION HAS BEEN AMENDED AND THE FINAL DUE DATE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION WAS DECEMBER 31, 2011. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION AND COORDINATION OF TECHNICAL REVIEW WAS PERFORMED JASON CRUSAN, NASA HEADQUARTERS, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT AND MARYBETH EDEEN, NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TECHNICAL SUPPORT. LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY SUBMITTED A PROPOSAL ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011 IN THE THRUST AREA OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION. A TECHNICAL EVALUATION TEAM LEAD BY HOWARD G. LEVINE PERFORMED AN EVALUATION OF THE PROPOSAL AND FOUND LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL TO BE ACCEPTABLE FOR AWARD (SEE TAB 65). LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL WAS PROVIDED TO KSC ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011 TO PROCEED WITH NEGOTIATIONS AND AWARD. IN ACCORDANCE WITH BAA PART TWO, SECTION II AWARD INFORMATION, NASA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT PROPOSALS IN THEIR ENTIRETY OR TO SELECT ONLY PORTIONS OF PROPOSALS FOR AWARD. PER LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL, VOLUME 1-TECHNICAL AND MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL, DETAILED PROPOSAL INFORMATION, SUBPART A, STATEMENT OF WORK, KSC HAS DETERMINED THE PROPOSAL OBJECTIVES (FREE-FLOAT INSTRUMENT, MICROGRAVITY HEATING, AND REAGENT SHELF-LIFE), TECHNICAL APPROACH AND SUBSEQUENT DELIVERABLES SUFFICIENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPANDING THE USE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. A SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE GENETICS RESEARCHERS WITH AN IN SITU ANALYTICAL CAPABILITY THAT DOES CURRENTLY NOT EXIST, AND WILL GREATLY REDUCE THE DOWNMASS REQUIREMENTS FOR ISS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE. IN ADDITION, THIS TECHNOLOGY COULD POTENTIALLY BE INCORPORATED INTO THE WET LAB II EXPRESS RACK PAYLOAD CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT BY AMES RESEARCH CENTER (ARC). THIS REQUIREMENT WILL BE WRITTEN AS A FIRM FIXED PRICE TYPE CONTRACT. THE PROJECT WILL BE LEAD BY LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S RESEARCH TEAM HEAD BY DR. NEIL CREWS WITH SUPPORT FROM SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS AT NASA S KENNEDY SPACE CENTER (KSC).
AF13: R&D- EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  NNK12MA40P  
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
$20,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
SSC00: STENNIS SPACE CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY DUAL USE AGREEMENT FOR TESTING GEOPOLYMER BINDERS IN ROCKET PLUME ENVIRONMENTSPURPOSE THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO TEST A NEW GENERATION OF MULTI-FUNCTION ALUMINA-SILICATE BASED CEMENTITIOUS BINDERS CAPABLE OF HIGH REFLECTANCE, LOW ABLATION RATE, ELEVATED CORROSION RESISTANCE AND HIGH MECHANICAL STRENGTH AS A POTENTIAL REFRACTORY MATERIAL TO BE USED IN STENNIS TEST STAND FLAME TRENCHES. THE WORK WILL BUILD ON PREVIOUS RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN BY THE RESEARCH TEAM IN THE AREAS OF GEOPOLYMERIC BINDERS, HIGH REFLECTANCE MATERIALS AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS BEHAVIOR IN HIGH TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENTS. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-FUNCTION, MULTI-PURPOSE, COST-EFFECTIVE, `GREEN CEMENTITIOUS BINDER CAN LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT BENEFITS ACROSS THE NASA MISSION RANGING FROM THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOW COST, `HOT FACE REFRACTORY LINERS WITH LONGER SERVICE LIFE COMPARED WITH CURRENT COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS, THROUGH A HIGH STRENGTH, CORROSION RESISTANT MATERIAL FOR THE REPAIR OF LARGE CONCRETE TEST AND LAUNCH STANDS AT SSC AND KSC THAT EXPERIENCED EXTENSIVE CORROSION RELATED DAMAGE AND ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR.A SECOND INVESTIGATION WILL LOOK AT A NEW APPLICATION THAT USES THE GEOPOLYMER BINDER AS A REFRACTORY PROTECTIVE COATING FOR STEEL PIPES TO BE USED TO CONDUCT AN EXTREMELY HIGH TEMPERATURE HYDROGEN-BASED FLUID. THE FOCUS OF THIS PROJECT WILL LOOK AT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL MORTAR COATING SYSTEM FOR THIS APPLICATION. INSTALLATION METHODS WHICH INCLUDE EXTRUDE IN PLACE, SPIN-CAST, AND MECHANICAL TROWEL, WILL BE EVALUATED FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY BASED ON THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE COATING SYSTEM. NASA RESPONSIBILITIES NASA/SSC WILL: PERFORM THE FACILITY MODIFICATIONS AND ACTIVATION IN THE E-3 TEST AREA REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE MATERIALS TESTS. PROVIDE EXPENDABLE MATERIALS AND PROPELLANTS/FLUIDS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE MATERIAL TESTS. CONDUCT THE TESTS AND COLLECT THE DATA FOR ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION. PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING SAMPLE DESIGN AND PREPARATION. FOR THE SECONDARY STUDY, NASA WILL PROVIDE PROJECTED ENVIRONMENTS AND CONDITIONS THE MATERIAL MIGHT EXPERIENCE IN THAT APPLICATION. AGREEMENT MILESTONES FOR THE PRIMARY STUDY TIME COST ($) 1. KICKOFF MEETING WEEK 1 $0 2. NUMERICAL MODELING / BENCH-SCALE LABORATORY TESTS WEEK 6 $0 3. OPTIMIZATION OF MIX DESIGNS WEEK 8 $0 4. MATERIAL PROCUREMENTS WEEK 9 $0 5. CASTING OF SPECIMENS WEEK 10 $0 6. FIELD TESTING AT SSC WEEK 12 $0 7. DATA ANALYSIS / SPECIMENS TASTINGS WEEK 18 $0 8. 3RD PARTY TESTING WEEK 22 $0 9. CLOSEOUT&FINAL REPORT WEEK 24 $0 TOTAL NASA FUNDING: $0
AF14: R&D- EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NNS12AA87A  
Thursday, February 24, 2011
$75,988.63
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
KSC00: KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

B: PURCHASE ORDER
FREE-FLOATING PAYLOAD FOR MICROGRAVITY ASSESSMENT OF A GENETIC ANALYSIS MICROSYSTEM FOR THE ISS NATIONAL LAB. BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) NNH10CAO001K, TITLED ENABLING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) AS A NATIONAL LAB, WAS ISSUED VIA A SYNOPSIS ON APRIL 23, 2010. (SEE TAB 22 AND 50) THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA) IS OPERATING A SHARE OF THE UNITED STATES ACCOMMODATIONS ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) AS A NATIONAL LABORATORY IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 507 OF THE NASA AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2005 (P.L.109-155). THE PURPOSE OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT WAS TO SEEK TO INCREASE THE UTILIZATION OF THE ISS BY OTHER FEDERAL ENTITIES AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO THE ISS FOR THE CONDUCT OF BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING (COLLECTIVELY, R&D). THE SYNOPSIS REQUESTED PROPOSAL CONCEPTS IN TWO GENERAL MISSION THRUST AREAS: PAYLOAD INTEGRATION&OPERATIONS SERVICES, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION CAPABILITIES FOR UTILIZATION OF ISS. THE ANNOUNCEMENT WAS ORIGINALLY OPEN FOR 1-YEAR WITH PROPOSALS BEING SUBMITTED AT ANY TIME WHILE THE SOLICITATION WAS OPEN. THE SOLICITATION HAS BEEN AMENDED AND THE FINAL DUE DATE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION WAS DECEMBER 31, 2011. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION AND COORDINATION OF TECHNICAL REVIEW WAS PERFORMED JASON CRUSAN, NASA HEADQUARTERS, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT AND MARYBETH EDEEN, NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TECHNICAL SUPPORT. LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY SUBMITTED A PROPOSAL ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011 IN THE THRUST AREA OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION. A TECHNICAL EVALUATION TEAM LEAD BY HOWARD G. LEVINE PERFORMED AN EVALUATION OF THE PROPOSAL AND FOUND LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL TO BE ACCEPTABLE FOR AWARD (SEE TAB 65). LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL WAS PROVIDED TO KSC ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011 TO PROCEED WITH NEGOTIATIONS AND AWARD. IN ACCORDANCE WITH BAA PART TWO, SECTION II AWARD INFORMATION, NASA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT PROPOSALS IN THEIR ENTIRETY OR TO SELECT ONLY PORTIONS OF PROPOSALS FOR AWARD. PER LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S PROPOSAL, VOLUME 1-TECHNICAL AND MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL, DETAILED PROPOSAL INFORMATION, SUBPART A, STATEMENT OF WORK, KSC HAS DETERMINED THE PROPOSAL OBJECTIVES (FREE-FLOAT INSTRUMENT, MICROGRAVITY HEATING, AND REAGENT SHELF-LIFE), TECHNICAL APPROACH AND SUBSEQUENT DELIVERABLES SUFFICIENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPANDING THE USE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. A SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE GENETICS RESEARCHERS WITH AN IN SITU ANALYTICAL CAPABILITY THAT DOES CURRENTLY NOT EXIST, AND WILL GREATLY REDUCE THE DOWNMASS REQUIREMENTS FOR ISS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE. IN ADDITION, THIS TECHNOLOGY COULD POTENTIALLY BE INCORPORATED INTO THE WET LAB II EXPRESS RACK PAYLOAD CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT BY AMES RESEARCH CENTER (ARC). THIS REQUIREMENT WILL BE WRITTEN AS A FIRM FIXED PRICE TYPE CONTRACT. THE PROJECT WILL BE LEAD BY LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY S RESEARCH TEAM HEAD BY DR. NEIL CREWS WITH SUPPORT FROM SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS AT NASA S KENNEDY SPACE CENTER (KSC).
AF13: EDUCATION (ADVANCED)

  NNK12MA40P  
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
$89,384.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5035     F0160079D0273  
Thursday, August 5, 2010
$51,851.17
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5034     F0160079D0273  
Thursday, April 29, 2010
($6,407.86)
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000YA: DEPT OF COMM/BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

PO Purchase Order
CENSUS COUNT REVIEW SUPPORT
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCYA132309SE0496  
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
$9,379.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5033     F0160079D0273  
Monday, September 28, 2009
$132,008.50
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5032     F0160079D0273  
Sunday, September 20, 2009
$15,000.00
000YA: DEPT OF COMM/BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

PO Purchase Order
2010 CENSUS COUNT REVIEW SUPPORT
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCYA132309SE0496  
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
$80,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QY: W6QK ACC-APG NATICK

DCA Definitive Contract
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - NHRC 09-001 BAA "BLINDED VETERANS AND WOUNDED WARRIORS PILOT TRAINING, REHABILITATION, AND RESEARCH PROGRAM"
AJ11: PHYSICAL SCIENCES (BASIC)

  W911QY09C0116  
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
$1,598.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5031     F0160079D0273  
Friday, February 1, 2008
$33,870.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5030     F0160079D0273  
Monday, August 20, 2007
$10,000.00
91T5: ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST

DCA Definitive Contract
CULVERT ASSESSMENT
AJ42: ENGINEERING (APPLIED/EXPLORATORY)

  AG9A72C070019  
Thursday, July 19, 2007
$54,823.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5029     F0160079D0273  
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
$30,312.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5028     F0160079D0273  
Thursday, April 12, 2007
$30,210.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
ESA TUITION AND FEES FOR AFROTC STUDENTS
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5024     F0160079D0273  
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912HZ: W2R2 USA ENGR R AND D CTR

PO Purchase Order
NO-COST TIME EXTENSION
AZ12: R&D-OTHER R & D-A RES/EXPL DEV

  W912HZ06P0073  
Thursday, March 30, 2006
$25,450.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912HZ: W2R2 USA ENGR R AND D CTR

PO Purchase Order

AZ12: R&D-OTHER R & D-A RES/EXPL DEV

  W912HZ06P0073  
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
$24,994.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912HZ: W2R2 USA ENGR R AND D CTR

PO Purchase Order

AZ12: R&D-OTHER R & D-A RES/EXPL DEV

  W912HZ06P0073  
Thursday, September 29, 2005
$0.00
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
CONSULTATION ON EIGER/GUI MODIFICATIONS FOR EIGER-ADSS
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ05JB46P  
Saturday, September 10, 2005
$37,209.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
200511!001969!5700!FA3300!42CONS/CC !F0160079D0273 !A!N! !N!5022 ! !20050910!20040930!069746725!069746725!069746725!N!LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY !KEENY CIRCLE - ROOM 128 !RUSTON !LA!71272!66655!061!22!RUSTON !LINCOLN !LOUISIANA !+000000037209!N!N!000000000000!U005!TUITION, REGISTRATION & MEMBERSHIP FEES !S1 !SERVICES !000 !* !611310!E! !5!B!S! ! ! !20200930!A! ! !N!Z!B!U!J! !000! ! !Z!N!Z! ! !N!V!N! ! ! ! ! !A!A!000!A!B!N! ! ! ! ! ! !0001! !
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5022     F0160079D0273  
Wednesday, September 7, 2005
$1,873.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
200511!001731!5700!FA3300!42CONS/CC !F0160079D0273 !A!N! !N!5021 ! !20050907!20040930!940050495!940050495!940050495!N!UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MON!700 UNIVERSITY AVENUE !MONROE !LA!71209!51410!073!22!MONROE !OUACHITA !LOUISIANA !+000000001873!N!N!000000000000!U005!TUITION, REGISTRATION & MEMBERSHIP FEES !S1 !SERVICES !000 !* !611310!E! !5!B!S! ! ! !20200930!A! ! !N!Z!B!U!J! !000! ! !Z!N!Z! ! !N!V!N! ! ! ! ! !A!A!000!A!B!N! ! ! ! ! ! !0001! !
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5021     F0160079D0273  
Monday, August 8, 2005
$10,771.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912SU: XR W6BA ACA NRCC

DCA Definitive Contract

R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  W912SU05H8093  
Friday, April 22, 2005
$24,934.00
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
CONSULTATION ON EIGER/GUI MODIFICATIONS FOR EIGER-ADSS
7030: ADP SOFTWARE

  NNJ05JB46P  
Monday, February 28, 2005
$1,322.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
200506!000733!5700!FA3300!42CONS/CC !F0160079D0273 !A!N! !N!5018 ! !20050228!20050930!069746725!069746725!069746725!N!LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY !KEENY CIRCLE - ROOM 128 !RUSTON !LA!71272!66655!061!22!RUSTON !LINCOLN !LOUISIANA !+000000001322!N!N!000000000000!U005!TUITION, REGISTRATION & MEMBERSHIP FEES !S1 !SERVICES !000 !* !611310!E! !5!B!S! ! ! !20200930!A! ! !N!Z!B!U!J! !000! ! !Z!N!Z! ! !N!V!N! ! ! ! ! !A!A!000!A!B!N! ! ! ! ! ! !0001! !
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5018     F0160079D0273  
Monday, February 28, 2005
$7,865.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA3300: FA3300 42 CONS CC

DO Delivery Order
200506!000522!5700!FA3300!42CONS/CC !F0160079D0273 !A!N! !N!5017 ! !20050228!20050930!069746725!069746725!069746725!N!LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY !KEENY CIRCLE - ROOM 128 !RUSTON !LA!71272!66655!061!22!RUSTON !LINCOLN !LOUISIANA !+000000007865!N!N!000000000000!U005!TUITION, REGISTRATION & MEMBERSHIP FEES !S1 !SERVICES !000 !* !611310!E! !5!B!S! ! ! !20200930!A! ! !N!Z!B!U!J! !000! ! !Z!N!Z! ! !N!V!N! ! ! ! ! !A!A!000!A!B!N! ! ! ! ! ! !0001! !
U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5017     F0160079D0273  
Friday, February 25, 2005
$18,500.00
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
TRAINING/ACADEMIC COURSE-INTRO TO MICROSYSTEMS

  NNJ05JE26P  
Tuesday, February 1, 2005
$4,999.00
00233: DEPT OF HHS/OFF AST SEC HLTH EXPT NATL CNTR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  HHSP233200500103P  
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
$36,724.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5014     F0160079D0273  
Monday, July 19, 2004
$7,190.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912SU: XR W6BA ACA NRCC

DCA Definitive Contract

R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  W912SU04H8270  
Thursday, June 24, 2004
$24,900.00
JSC00: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

PO Purchase Order
CONSULTING IN EIGER ISSUES

  NNJ04HG06P  
Tuesday, October 28, 2003
$45,147.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5013     F0160079D0273  
Tuesday, August 19, 2003
($47,447.00)
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E612A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0464  
Friday, June 20, 2003
$7,583.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
BJ01: ACA, N. REGION CONTRACTING CENTE

DCA Definitive Contract

R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  DABT6002H8270  
Thursday, June 5, 2003
$44,572.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5012     F0160079D0273  
Monday, March 24, 2003
($39,559.00)
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E612A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0202  
Thursday, July 25, 2002
$42,837.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5009     F0160079D0273  
Tuesday, April 16, 2002
$72,329.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E612A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0464  
Tuesday, March 19, 2002
$30,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E612A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0202  
Friday, January 25, 2002
$46,309.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5005     F0160079D0273  
Wednesday, September 12, 2001
$30,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E3410: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

PO Purchase Order

AD92: OTHER DEFENSE (APPLIED/EXPLORATORY)

  N0017301P1567  
Friday, August 10, 2001
$43,393.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5003     F0160079D0273  
Monday, April 9, 2001
$39,042.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5001     F0160079D0273  
Monday, April 9, 2001
$34,338.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5002     F0160079D0273  
Wednesday, December 20, 2000
$146,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E612A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0202  
Monday, December 4, 2000
$56,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E614A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0464  
Friday, August 11, 2000
$100,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E614A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0464  
Monday, April 10, 2000
$26,293.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
JA10: 42 CONS/CC

DO Delivery Order

U005: TUITION/REG/MEMB FEES

  5011     F0160079D0273  
Monday, March 6, 2000
$30,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
CA42: VICKSBURG CONSOLILDATED CONTRACT

PO Purchase Order

AZ12: R&D-OTHER R & D-A RES/EXPL DEV

  DACA4200P0152  
Thursday, February 17, 2000
$125,948.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
E614A: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, HEADQU

DCA Definitive Contract

AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  N0001400C0202