Awards

BAA Statistics

BAA # BAA Title Release Date # of Requirements # of Proposals Total Awards *
20S3047 FY20 Out of Cycle Unclassified 06-DEC-2019 4 47 $8,751,899
20S3060 FY2021 Unclassified 01-APR-2020 37 454 $42,430,034
20S3061 FY20 Classified BAA 08-MAY-2020 16 62 $12,299,928
20S3098 FY2021 R000 Unclassified 08-MAY-2020 9 150 $3,478,455
21S4370 FY2022 Unclassified 23-MAR-2021 43 698 $24,457,927
21S4372 FY2022 Classified 02-APR-2021 12 48 $18,118,642
21S4405 FY22 Out-of-Cycle 31-AUG-2021 5 141 $6,005,043
22S4385 FY23 Unclassified 3-Phase BAA 23-MAR-2022 26 419 $42,484,014
22S4387 FY23 Classified BAA 15-APR-2022 9 28 $6,274,175
23S4432 FY24 Unclassified 3-Phase BAA 27-MAR-2023 33 465 $53,246,688
* This is an approximation of the total award, including optional follow-on work.

Recent Awards

BAA 23S4432

03/08/2024 BAA 22S4432 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $1,983,748 contract to Intertek Testing Services NA, Inc. of Cortland, NY to develop standard test procedures for the evaluation of Closed-Circuit Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses (CC-SCBAs), commonly known as "rebreathers", and for hybrid respirator systems incorporating both CC-SCBA and a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR).

3/6/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Human Performance and Training subgroup awarded a $3,585,646 contract to Oak Grove Technologies, LLC in Raleigh, NC to develop the Special Operations Robotics Capability Courses (SORCC). These courses will build on RUSIC and the IWTSD Human Performance and Training Subgroup’s Organically Designed and Built Small UAS (ODB sUAS) Courses to provide SOF with the knowledge and skills to design, assemble, modify, and fabricate their own small unmanned system using commercially available components.

01/31/2024 BAA 23S4432 – The Advanced Analytics subgroup awarded a $1,051,159 contract to VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Ltd., Espoo, Finland, to develop a unified software tool for generating synthetic imagery to support algorithm training/development for threat detection and validate the performance of algorithms trained with synthetic data in comparison to algorithms trained with real-world data. Synthetic imagery shall be generated using industry recognized approaches, including data augmentation, generative adversarial networks (GANs), and simulation-based (e.g., 3-D modeling). The solution shall be delivered in a unified software tool that can generate unique and varied synthetic datasets to support on-person screening (e.g., millimeter wave data) and X-ray computed tomography screening platforms. The tool will include a synthetic image library.

1/29/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $8,665,090 contract to N5 Sensors, Inc. of Rockville, MD to develop a deployable and ruggedized low size, weight, power, and cost chemical sensor network capable of being distributed ahead of warfighters for advance hazard information and situational awareness.

1/25/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery subgroup awarded a $1,720,682.00 contract to Gentex Corporation to develop an improved blunt impact helmet liner for protection from traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

1/23/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Indirect Influence and Competition (I2C) subgroup awarded a $2,326,937 contract to Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab of Laurel, MD to develop model/s that enhance understanding of target audiences and improve message development in support of DoD influence activities.

1/11/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $1,178,358.00 contract to International Personnel Protection of Austin, TX to develop and validate a suitable replacement textile barrier material that does not incorporate polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and can be used in the production of NFPA Class 3 protective ensembles capable of passing certification testing for NFPA 1990. The contract includes options to certify and deliver NFPA 1990 Class 3 ensembles.

1/8/2024 BAA 23S4432 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery subgroup awarded a $540,468.00 contract to Med-Eng LLC to develop a face shield that can protect the operator's face from items such as tree branches when parachuting into rough terrain.

12/27/2023 BAA 23S4432 - The Indirect Influence and Competition subgroup awarded a $1,162,028 contract to Motive International, LLC of Washington, D.C. to develop content and concepts and augment curriculum design to strengthen the integration of Irregular Warfare in Psychological Operations.

12/26/2023 BAA 23S4432 – The Advanced Analytics subgroup awarded a $1,058,954 contract to Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland, to develop a modeling software to understand non-linear and non-kinetic impacts of irregular warfare activities following the correlation of forces and means (COFM) framework.

12/14/2023 BAA 23S4432 – The Advanced Analytics subgroup awarded a $1,553,541 contract to Trenchant Analytics, Great Falls, Virginia, to develop an enterprise analytics system to support a deployable 3-D printing capability to increase forward edge lethality. The enterprise platform shall include a library/catalog of replacement components, a foundry environment to render new objects, a mobile app to scan and render new objects to the foundry from the field, a category-indexed data lake (e.g., “data lake house”), and associated data pipelines.

BAA 22S4385

11/15/2023 BAA 22S4385 - The Human Performance and Training subgroup awarded a $1,230,223 contract to Quantum Improvements Consulting, LLC in Orlando, FL to develop a virtual reality (VR) based solution that provides exposure to stressful stimuli in highly realistic, immersive VR environments. The SOF VR Stress Exposure (SOF-VRSE) system will allow human performance practitioners to administer targeted, contextual, and timely feedback to operators about their physiological response to stress, enabling more effective stress management.

9/4/2023 BAA 22S4385 - The Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Explosive Operations subgroup awarded a $1.2M contract to VM Consultants, LLC of Prosper, TX to develop a collection of digital 2-D images and 3-D scans of military explosive ordnance, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and IED related components. This data set of images will inform Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to better recognize ordnance items in different orientations.

8/29/2023 BAA 22S4385 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $3,585,471.25 contract to Georgia Tech Research Institute, Atlanta, GA to develop a device for the automated cutting of buccal/cheek swabs and placement of the sample cuttings into a pre-designated well of a 96-well assay plates routinely used in forensic DNA laboratories.

5/25/2023 BAA 22S4385 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $2,659,693 contract to Advanced Research Associates of Albuquerque, NM to develop a Canine Olfaction Monitoring System to assist military working dog (MWD) handlers to effectively monitor changes in canine behavior that may impact mission performance and the health of the MWD.

2/7/2023 BAA 22S4385 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery subgroup awarded a $881,561 contract to Tardigrade Optics, Inc. of Skowhegan, ME to develop and demonstrate greater ballistic eye protection over the current fielded ballistic eyewear.

12/15/2022 BAA 22S4385 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations subgroup awarded a $664,620 contract to Rank One Computing Corporation of Denver, CO to develop a software tool that fuses analytic algorithms with human examiner results to analyze, adjudicate, and report facial image examinations.

12/14/2022 BAA 22S4385 - The Indirect Influence and Competition subgroup awarded a $1,083,633 contract to Ombra, LLC of Tampa, FL, to develop information warfare enablement capabilities. The prototypes will increase the organic capability of PSYOP detachments in crucial tasks and functions like influence network development, industry integration, and decentralized operations with partner forces. It will form the foundation for additional, follow-on development and integration of classified systems at the Company and Battalion levels.

11/28/2022 BAA 22S4385 - The Indirect Influence and Competition subgroup awarded a $578,620 contract to Moonshot CVE USA of Washington, D.C., to develop a solution that provides users with the ability to identify demographics at risk of radicalization and/or targeted by adversarial influence campaigns in online, at-risk spaces. The prototype solution will validate effective counter-campaign message development and metrics of performance for future counter-mis/disinformation campaigns.

BAA 21S4370

02/09/2023 BAA 21S4370 - The Advanced Analytics subgroup awarded a $1,422,555 contract to SRI International to develop, test, and evaluate a cloud-based software that automates search, extraction, organization, visualization, and mapping functions in order to extract key insights into real-world social networks from publicly available information (PAI) and open-source data. The platform will ingest both structured and unstructured commercial data sets (both selected proprietary and non-proprietary data sets), and PAI in all common formats, including data from social listening and web-scraping software (e.g., PULSE). The platform will conduct search, retrieval, collection, integration, visualization, and analysis of data from across multiple such sources and allow users to reference results back to the original source.

01/18/2023 BAA 21S4370 - The Advanced Analytics subgroup awarded a $1,505,643 contract to Trenchant Analytics, Great Falls, Virginia, to develop a capability to generate and visualize high-quality three dimensional (3D) geospatial data from commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) devices or government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) devices in hostile or denied environments. This initiative will enhance situational awareness at the tactical edge by integrating mixed multiple personnel with the ability to collaborate and communicate from over the horizon (OTH) in support of Irregular Warfare operations.

5/23/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives subgroup awarded a $594,421 contract to Cardiff University of Cardiff, Wales, UK to develop a low-cost Universal Chemical Agent Detection Paper (UCADP) for rapidly indicating the presence of A, G, H, L and V-series chemical warfare agents.