The Air Force Materiel Command released a broad agency announcement on Friday to acquire ideas for the development and demonstration of concepts the branch hopes can help bolster its space dominance.
The announcement focuses on command and control, electromagnetic spectrum visualization and course of action generation technology areas to improve space operations centers at the strategic, operational and tactical levels.
White papers must provide ideas to monitor events, execute tasks, assess situations, automate action analysis, manage resources and handle the C2 enterprise.
The Air Force intends for the automated COA technology to adapt to changes in the military space operational environment.
White papers are due to the Air Force by Nov. 17 and total funding for the BAA amounts to nearly $9.95 million.