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NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate Pre-solicitation Meeting on the Technology Transfer Transformation Procurement

By SpaceRef Editor
April 22, 2005
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NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate Pre-solicitation Meeting on the Technology Transfer Transformation Procurement

General Information

Document Type: Special Notice
Solicitation Number: NASA-SNOTE-050421-002
Posted Date: Apr 21, 2005
Original Response Date:
Current Response Date:
Original Archive Date: Apr 21, 2006
Current Archive Date: Apr 21, 2006
Classification Code: D — Information technology services, including telecommunications services
Naics Code: 541990 — All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

Contracting Office Address

NASA – Headquarters, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD), 300 E Street SW, Washington, DC 20546-0001


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) of the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD) will present to industry an overview of upcoming acquisition activities related to the implementation of the Vision for Space Exploration. The objective of this forum is to provide industry and academia with details about the Technology Transfer Transformation procurement to include the following:

1. Provide a clear understanding of the objectives, requirements, and products to be acquired through the contemplated TTT competitive procurement.    

2. Provide an overview of the draft TTT Statement of Work (SOW) to be posted on the ESMD website in late April 2005.

3. Allow prospective offerors an opportunity to provide comments or pose questions to the ESMD TTT project team regarding the contemplated acquisition.    

The NASA/Industry meeting will be conducted on Monday, May 9, 2005 at the NASA Headquarters Auditorium, 300 E Street SW, Washington D.C. from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EDT.    

The presentations will be unclassified.    



Due to limited seating, individuals who plan to attend the NASA/Industry Meeting are REQUIRED to pre-register. All participants will be required to show photo identification upon arrival and will be subject to personal inspection. Attendees should respond to Derek Wang via email at by Thursday, May 5, 2005. Please provide your full name/title, company or affiliation, phone number and email address. If special assistance is required, please provide notification with pre-registration information. To accommodate all interested firms, NASA requests that each company business unit or division limit the number of attendees to three (3) people. The information that you provide for registration will also be compiled into a list that will be distributed to all participants. Please notify us if you do not want your registration information disseminated during your registration process. The deadline for pre-registration is Thursday May 5, 2005 at 5:00 p.m. EDT.    


News media interested in attending are required to pre-register and should contact Mike Braukus at 202-358-1979 for additional information.    


Foreign national attendees (i.e., non-U.S. citizens) are REQUIRED to pre-register and submit their passport number with their pre-registration email.    


Event attendees will be required to present a valid form of government identification. Participants will be subject to personal inspection (e.g., passing through a metal detector), prior to entering the auditorium.    


Additionally, a copy of the briefing charts and details on current and upcoming acquisition activities will be available at: Please direct questions to the points of contact as identified on the web site.    


Directions to NASA Headquarters can be seen on the web at the following URL:      

Driving Parking lots are located nearby the NASA Headquarters building. Check the local yellow pages or internet for exact locations. Metro Metro stops nearest NASA Headquarters are L’Enfant Plaza (orange, blue, yellow, and green lines) and Federal Center SW (orange and blue lines).    

From L’Enfant Plaza station, take the Department of Transportation exit and turn left at the top of the escalators. Head east (on School St. or E St. SW) and south (on 4th or 6th St. SW) to arrive at the west entrance of the NASA building near the corner of E St. SW and 4th St. SW.    

From the exit of the Federal Center SW metro station, head south on 3rd St. SW and then west on E St. SW to arrive at the west entrance of the NASA building near the corner of E St. SW and 4th St. SW.    

NOTE: All registration responses should be sent via email to the point of contact provided above (Derek Wang) or if you need to speak with him directly he can be reached at (202) 358 5185. Any contract questions should be directed to the Contracting Officer Point of Contact information included with this posting.

Point of Contact

Christopher D Stock, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 358-2371, Fax (202) 358-3342, Email

Email your questions to Christopher D Stock at

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