Solutions Deadline: 21 November 2022 8:00 AM PT
Questions Deadline: 31 October 2022 4:00 PM PT
RPP Q&A Responses II: 10 November 2022 4 PM PT
RPP Q&A Responses: 7 November 2022 4:00 PM PT
RPP Release: 24 October 2022 12:00 PM PT
1-on-1 Meetings: 20 and 21 July
Coming Soon Q&A Responses III: 20 July 2022
Coming Soon Q&A Responses II: 14 July 2022
Project TALX: 14 July 2022 from 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM ET
Coming Soon Q&A Responses I: 11 July 2022
Coming Soon Notice: 6 July 2022
Request for Prototype Proposals (RPP)
*Proposals for the Enigma opportunity will be extended until Monday, 21 November at 8:00 AM PST. An amended RPP reflecting the new due date will shortly follow
The Government has released the Request for Prototype Proposals in support of the ENIGMA. You can review the RPP and its supporting documents below.
(CUI) SPEC-OTA-RPP ENIGMA
RPP Q&A Responses
Please find below the Q&A Responses from the Government to questions that were asked during the RPP phase.
ENIGMA RPP QA 11.7.2022
ENIGMA RPP QA 11.10.2022
TEAMING LIST AVAILABLE
A list of organizations interested in teaming opportunities for ENIGMA is now available.
To view the teaming list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ENIGMA Teaming List” with the following:
- POC info
- Company name
- Intent to sub/prime
- Traditional/Non-traditional status
COMING SOON Q&A RESPONSES
Please find below the Q&A Responses from the Government to questions that were asked during the Coming Soon phase.
Space Systems Command (SSC) is building a Government Owned Contractor Operated (GOCO) digital backbone in support of the acquisition mission.
This backbone should consider Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) IL5/6 certified Digital Engineering (DE) platform that provides MILS Secret and Below Interoperability (SABI) connectivity.
This platform shall be engineered and developed to provide a SABI/VDI/MILS environment that connects government, industry partners, and government support, across geographically separated locations at an IL6, DoD SECRET level.
The proposed platform shall enable mission partners cross domain access and cross domain transfer between multiple platform enclaves in accordance with need-to-know, DoD security guidance and distribution sensitivity-related constraints (e.g., proprietary and competition sensitive information).
Capabilities should include computing power, data storage, data transport and throughput scalable, accessible, and provides support for all engineering and acquisition mission activities. The platform shall include a configuration control board (CCB) and quality assurance (QA) program to manage appropriate software solution onboarding for Digital Engineering, DevSecOps and program management collaboration.
Government insights into the continuously-monitored cyber posture of the entirety of this ecosystem, with the ability to request actions if the posture adversely affects the mission, is required. Connectivity and integration back into NIPR and SIPR ecosystem shall be available for collaboration with all government stakeholders.
In addition, the platform shall include acceptable user experience to include complexity, latency, and support (help desk) and shall be scalable to meet SSC, SpOC, STARCOM and broader Space Force enterprise requirements, if so desired by those stated in the future.