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Nuclear Submarine Security Technologies

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Submarine Security & Technology Branch are interested in receiving proposals focused on the identification of science and physics based signal detection technologies that, individually or as a system, can impact the security of the SSBN and submarines in general.

Passive and active detection technologies with near term (0-5 years), mid-term (5-10 years) and far term (10-20 years) implications will be considered.

As part of its effort to understand the impact of technology on submarine security and survivability, the SSBN Security Technology Program (SSTP) may entertain proposals focused on improving the understanding of the generation, radiation, propagation, scatter, and detection of a variety of signal types (acoustic, chemical, optical, electromagnetic, hydrodynamic and radiological) associated with a submarine’s operation.

More information on this Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) can be found under Solicitation Number: ONRBAA13-012. The BAA is renewed on an annual basis.

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