Joint NNSA AFRL Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for Fiscal Year 2010 for Nuclear Explosion Monitoring Research Development (Solicitation for Proposals)
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JOINT NNSA AFRL BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 FOR NUCLEAR EXPLOSION MONITORING RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT (SOLICITATION FOR PROPOSALS)
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The NNSA and the AFRL invite proposals for research and development (R D) to improve national capabilities to detect, locate and identify nuclear explosions in support of the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC), the U.S. government agency responsible for operation of the nuclear explosion monitoring systems. The NNSA Office of Nuclear Detonation Detection (NA-222) within the Office of Nonproliferation Research and Development (NA-22) has the responsibility to apply the broad base of U.S. expertise that has been acquired in testing nuclear weapons and support disciplines to improve national capabilities to detect, locate and identify nuclear explosions and to provide cost-effective technologies, algorithms, hardware, and software to U.S. government agencies that are responsible for nuclear explosion monitoring. The AFRL has the responsibility to execute Department of Defense (DoD) R D related to nuclear explosion monitoring.
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