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TEAM SUB & 00K Small Business Maintenance and Sustainment Industry Day, March 18, 2020

Solicitation No. TEAMSUB00K_Industry_Day_2020

NCMS is partnering with the Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC to host the TEAM SUB & 00K Small Business Maintenance and Sustainment Industry Day, March 18, 2020. This event will be an introduction to innovative technologies that will assist the Program Executive Offices (PEO) with a broad spectrum and high level of shipyard modernization efforts. Government participants will be key decision makers for a wide variety of initiatives. At this event, industry will learn more about NAVSEA’s current needs and what may be coming in the near future. Space is extremely limited!

Exhibitors: Due to the extreme space limitations at this event, please review the list of desired technologies before you register. If you feel that your capability falls within one or more of the technology categories, we’d love to have you join us. If you have any questions about whether you should register, please contact us. All registrations will be approved by the Navy Yard. You will be notified of your status as soon as possible so you can make final travel arrangements.


Technology Needs

Please check back frequently as this list will be updated according to the needs of the Washington Navy Yard.

  • Additive manufacturing
  • Electronics obsolescence
  • Test Set improvement and obsolescence
  • Obsolescence solution development (process and requirements)
  • Software Based Reverse engineering (obsolescent systems support)
  • Coatings (Engine housings, Fuel tanks, etc.)
  • Metal treatments for defense materials
  • Cable Harness Supportability
  • Circuit Card Supportability
  • Computer System and Micro-Electronic Obsolescence
  • 3D System(s) Mapping
  • Electronic Sensing of Atmospheric Contaminants
  • Intelligent Assistant for 24/7 Distance Support
  • Non-invasive anti-fouling assessment
  • Composite materials replacement for aging HM&E items
  • Portable Single Pass Oil Filtration System
  • Hull Treatments Maintenance and Repair
  • Gas sensor for early battery (e.g., UUV) fault detection
  • Closed loop CNC tool path planning for the additive manufacture of complex geometries
  • Additive manufacturing of high quality fasteners
  • Non-destructive test methods for inspection of interior surfaces and complex geometries
  • Ship Control and Data Distribution System displays are currently not supportable nor repairable (obsolete)
  • Materials to support repair and procurement (design and improvements)
  • Micro/miniature repair
  • Model based product support
  • Depot material forecasting
  • Low cost data format conversion capabilities
  • Reverse Engineering Capability
  • Data architecture and analysis supporting undersea weapon maintenance and supply chain management
  • Propeller reverse engineering and material design
  • Supply System Organic Workload Cadence
  • Private sector manufacturing best practices and analysis
  • Warfare Center Facility Support and Improvements
  • Maintenance/tech refresh scheduling analysis (to achieve minimize down time)
  • Modernization of software databases
  • Programmable Chip applications
  •  Obsolescence based on reliability
  • Obsolescence management: forecasting obsolescence of hull/mechanical/electrical (HM&E), software, other system elements
  • Predictive Reliability based on environmental conditions
  • Design for Affordability – Material pull-thru and/or extended life
  • Property management Efficiencies and Support
  • Modeling and Simulation of manpower planning (impacts of new construction)
  • Cybersecurity in the 21st century
  • Counterfeit material recognition and analysis
  • Technical degree recruitment and retention
  • Modernization and acceleration of military construction and Naval facilities development, planning, and execution
  • Laser Ablation Technology Applications
  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions for achieving high inventory accuracy

Display Restrictions:

  • As you are registering for this event, keep in mind that DISPLAY ELECTRONICS (i.e. laptops and tablets) WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED ON BASE TO BE USED FOR YOUR DISPLAYS/DEMONSTRATIONS IF YOU SUBMIT THE REQUIRED SECURITY REQUEST FORM. Please fill out the provided form and send to Kim Vallone (email: All forms must be received by February 26th. Please reach out should you need to discuss alternate options for your table top display.
  • Due to extremely limited capacity, only one table per exhibiting company will be allotted.

The NC Military Business Center, the NC Community College System, and the State of North Carolina do not officially endorse events. These items are posted strictly for the information and convenience of NCMBC customers.

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