The US Department of Defense is partnering with industry and academia on a multiphase CTMA initiative to enhance an organization’s ability to react, synchronize and efficiently allocate required resources by leveraging real-time asset visibility to mitigate the impact of extreme events.
This initiative is using the US Army as a surrogate to focus on enhancing existing mission analysis and planning tools to accommodate the information needs requested by US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) in order to ensure deployment and sustainment of an effective, lethal, optimized, and ready fighting force. Specifically, the aim of this initiative is to modify the DOD’s Mobilization Common Operating Picture (MOBCOP) system to synchronize the integration of MEDCOM capabilities and resources into a Total Army resource platform.
Phase II will expand Phase I efforts in synchronizing the MOBCOP suite with MEDCOM and HQDA to ultimately allow for effective transition across all designated Army and comparable DOD software platforms. MEDCOM ultimately needs an integrated system that will better identify requirements, pinpoint appropriate resources to fill requirements, and coordinate/schedule/synchronize movement of resources through the deployment pipeline. An automated solution will share mission data among Army enterprise partners, while maintaining a real-time audit of data changes throughout the system.
If you feel your organization has the technical capabilities and would like to be considered for this project, please complete the form below and upload your organization’s technical capabilities statement.
Interested Submissions Due by 8/22/2023.
We encourage participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs).