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Forward Sheridan

Steve Griffin November 2017 Senior Vice President

VENCORE PROPRIETARY INFORMATION Vencore -- Mission Focused, Innovation Driven What We Do

SYSTEMS CYBER SMART APPLIED ENGINEERING SECURITY ANALYTICS RESEARCH

HOMELAND DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE SPACE CIVILIAN SECURITY Who We Work For

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VENCORE101617.01 PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 1 KSC is Go for Launch

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101617.01 2 ESC Teammates – Blended Team

SDB – Craft Labor

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101617.01 3 Engineering Services Contract (ESC) at KSC (Part 1) KSC Ground Systems Development • Ground Systems – Design Engineering – Fabrication – Installation – Testing – Verification and Validation – Design Certification and Turnover to Operations • Facilities/GSE – Launch Equipment Test Facility – Multi-Purpose Processing Facility – Vehicle Assembly Building – Mobile Launcher – Crawler Transporter – Launch Control Center – Launch Pad • Command and Control Software – Spaceport Command and Control System (SCCS) – Ground Systems Programmable Logical Controller (PLC) Software Sensitive But Unclassified

101617.01 4 ESC at KSC (Part 2) • Management of 19 labs & shops – Preparation of science payloads for the International Space Station – Chemical labs – Cryogenics testbed – Advanced electronics and technology development – Launch Equipment Test Facility – Biological and life sciences research – ISS Payload integration – Hardware fabrication – Machine shops – Corrosion lab • Science Research Capabilities – Microbiology and Molecular Biology – Analytical and Biological Chemistry – Plant Physiology and Horticulture – Air Revitalization – Water Processing – Flight Experiment Development – Non-Destructive Evaluation – Materials and Processes – Chemical – Corrosion

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101617.01 5 Preparing KSC for Next Phase of Exploration

MPPF CrawlerCrawler TransporterTransporter VAB Mobile Launcher • Refurbished/upgraded • Managed major upgrades to CT-2 for • Supported NASA project • Designed 10 launch accessories processing facility for use with SLS management of facility mods and 50 subsystems • Designed processing • Designed subsystem mods • Designed Handling and • Procured subsystems hardware equipment Access GSE • Developed installation designs

Launch Pads Launch Control Center LETF • Developed SCCS launch control software • Supported NASA project management of • Refurbished/constructed testing structures • Designed and managed hardware Pad B structural mods installation in two firing rooms • Managed modification of several systems • Tested Mobile Launcher arms/accessories

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101617.01 6 Launch Accessories for the SLS Mobile Launcher

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101617.01 7 LCC Spaceport Command & Control System (SCCS)

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101617.01 8 Multi-Purpose Processing Facility (MPPF)

• Verification & Validation of MPPF subsystems began 7 July 2017 – Operations Intercom System (OIS) successfully completed – Oxygen Deficiency Monitoring System (ODMS) successfully completed – FIREX Water Deluge system successfully completed – General Purpose Tank Unit Stands (contain hypergolic fuel) completed

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101617.01 9 Crawler Transporter Case Study

Opportunities exist for companies with unique skill sets to contract with the federal government

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101617.01 10 NASA’s Workhorses • NASA has 2 crawlers at KSC that were built in 1965 to move the from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Pad 39 • After the moon landing and program, the CTs were used for 30 years to transport Space Shuttles to the launch pads • The refurbished CT-2 will transport NASA’s rocket and launch tower to Pad 39B, its heaviest cargo yet

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101617.01 11 The CT Upgrade Project

• Refurb increased CT carrying capacity from 12 million to 18 million pounds – CT itself weights 6.6 million pounds (= 1,000 pickup trucks) – CT height – varies from 20 to 26 feet, based on position of jacking, equalization and leveling cylinders – CT dimensions are the size of a baseball infield – Top speed = 1 mph loaded, 2 mph unloaded – To date, CT-2 has travelled 2,236 miles • CT-2 upgrades took more than 4 years – Removed & Replaced Traction Roller Assemblies – Installed new Jacking and Leveling Cylinders – Refurbished 16 gear boxes, including replacement of bearings • Service Life extension projects – new AC generators, upgraded control, fluids and electrical systems

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101617.01 12 Background • ESC given $50M+ Task Order to help NASA upgrade the Crawler Transporter for the Space Launch Program • Approach was to subcontract portions of the work to companies with specific skill sets • Major activities – Piping systems design and installation – Engineering support – Overall management and integration of activities • ESC subcontracted many activities – Hydraulic cylinder design and manufacture – Traction roller component fabrication – Traction roller removal / installation – Gearbox component removal / installation – Gearbox component refurbishment

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101617.01 13 Traction Roller Upgrade – L&H

Roller Removal

Field Machining

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101617.01 14 Traction Roller Upgrade – L&H

Component Fabrication

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Gear refurbishment

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Field Weld and Machining Gears Installed

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101617.01 17 Hydraulic System (JEL) Upgrade – Hunger

Factory Assembly

Factory Testing

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101617.01 18 Hydraulic System (JEL) Upgrade – Hunger

Installed Cylinders

Cylinder Installation

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101617.01 20 NASA/Contractor Crawler Team

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101617.01 21 Vencore Subcontracting Process under ESC • ESC is a cost-plus Award Fee contract • ESC predominately utilizes fixed price subcontracts • Internet market research is conducted to identify companies with the requisite skill to execute work • Scope of work is clearly defined in solicitation • Proposal solicitation and evaluation is performed using a “Best Value” approach – Winner of the contract determined considering price, technical competency demonstrated in proposal, past performance in similar projects, and schedule – Weighting of the above categories is clearly defined and all bidders are provided the same information and to compete • NASA is permitted to provide assessments of the bidders - final selection made by ESC • Fixed price contracts are structured with milestone payments, mitigating some of the risk for both parties involved, and minimizing the cost outlay by the subcontractors • Typical milestones include: – Completion of acquisition of materials – Completion of major designs – Completion of testing – Delivery of hardware • Any potential changes in overall project scope are assessed for impacts by ESC – Any changes to subcontractor work scope is negotiated with the vendor

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101617.01 22 Small Business – By the Numbers

• 43% of ESC contract revenue has been awarded to small business (goal - 33%) – Total value from 2001 to 2017 - $379,741,051 • Small Business Subcategories – Small Disadvantaged – Veteran-Owned – Women-Owned – Service Disabled Veteran-owned – Historically Black College or University – HUBZone – Historically Underutilized Business Zones • NASA Small Business – KSC awarded 12.4% in 2017 – $276 million – NASA wide awarded 16% in 2017 – $2.7 billion

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101617.01 23 Items to consider

• Direct contracts from the government are typically found through fedbizops.gov • Contracts with government contractors are typically found through market research and word-of-mouth – An up-to-date website is helpful to have your company found • The government contracting process, whether direct or through a government contractor, can be rewarding • Be sure to fully read the scope of work and ask questions. Many contractors fail to properly estimate the effort that is required for provision of supporting documentation, when required. • Government contracting opportunities exist in most states. Contact the major aerospace company or government procuring agency. Many times the procurement folks will share your capabilities with the project and engineering staff. • The government and their contractors provide contract set-asides for certain business classifications (small biz, woman/veteran/disabled/HUB zone/etc.) which have limited competition.

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101617.01 24 Cross-Agency Socioeconomic Goal Status September FY17 Data generated by NASA OSBP, October 11, 2017, from FPDS-NG

Small Business SDB WOSB HUBZone SDVOSB NASA Combined 16.0% / 16.2% 5.0% /7.6% 5.0% /4.3% 3.0% /0.5% 3.0% /1.0% Ames (CA) 41.5% /32.5% 15.3% /23.7% 6.9% /8.4% 0.6% /0.9% 1.2% /0.5% Armstrong (CA) 43.4% /41.0% 16.6% /22.3% 3.4% /9.1% 4.7% /4.7% 4.8% /8.9% Glenn (OH) 60.0% /77.9% 43.7% /57.0% 18.8% /16.7% 1.7% /3.6% 1.7% /2.3% Goddard/HQ (MD) 22.8% /25.1% 14.5% /13.8% 3.0% /4.1% 0.3% /0.1% 0.4% /0.3% Johnson (TX) 5.1% /5.6% 3.1% /2.0% 3.1% /3.3% 0.3% /0.1% 0.3% /0.1% Kennedy (FL) 6.2% /12.4% 2.3% /4.2% 0.6% /1.5% 0.3% /0.8% 0.3% /0.7% Langley (VA) 29.9% /38.5% 5.4% /8.1% 10.8% /26.5% 0.3% /0.6% 0.3% /0.6% Marshall (AL) 12.2% /13.8% 4.8% /6.4% 3.3% /4.5% 0.3% /0.3% 3.0% /3.6% Stennis (MS) 21.5% /37.1% 15.0% /26.9% 11.8% /15.9% 1.5% /8.1% 2.0% /6.5%

Goal/Actual Meeting or Exceeding Within 0.1% of Meeting Falling Short

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101617.01 25 NASA Agency FY17 Prime Goals vs. Actual Percentages Data generated October 11, 2017 from FPDS-NG CATEGORY DOLLARS TOTAL DOLLARS $16,717,281,452 SMALL BUSINESS $2,707,550,103 18.00% 16.2% 16.00% SDB $1,269,865,718

16.00% WOSB $722,914,053 HUBZone $77,697,198 14.00% SDVOSB $167,573,295

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10.00% 7.6%

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5.0% 5.0% 6.00% 4.3%

3.0% 3.0% 4.00% 1.0% 2.00% 0.5%

0.00% Small Business SDB WOSB HUBZone SDVOSB

Goals Actuals

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101617.01 26 KSC FY 2017 Prime Goals vs. Actual Percentages Data generated October 11, 2017 from FPDS-NG CATEGORY DOLLARS TOTAL DOLLARS $2,224,116,615 14.0% 12.4% SMALL BUSINESS $276,249,891 SDB $94,338,133 12.0% WOSB $32,781,663 HUBZone $18,656,579

10.0% SDVOSB $15,288,525

8.0% 6.2%

6.0% 4.2%

4.0% 2.3% 1.5% 0.8% 0.7% 2.0% 0.6% 0.3% 0.3%

0.0% Small Business SDB WOSB HUBZone SDVOSB

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101617.01 27 NASA

Central Industry Assistance Office • Home of KSC’s Small Business Office – Outreach to industry – Source of information for those seeking procurement opportunities – Primary focus on small business • Lead: Joyce C. McDowell, Small business specialist – 321-867-3437 – [email protected].gov – General Info: 321-867-7353 – CIAO Web page: http://procurement.ksc.nasa.gov/procure/ciao.htm • KSC Prime Contractor Board – Provides Joint Counseling to vendors – Subcontracting to Primes - increasingly the best opportunity for small biz

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101617.01 28 KSC PRIME CONTRACTOR LIST AND ADDITIONAL CONTACTS

Abacus Technology Corporation AECOM (LB) a.i. solutions, Inc. (LB) Apache-Logical JV (SB, 8A) (SB) (Information Mgmt. and Comm. (Institutional Service (Expendable Launch Vehicle Integrated Support III) (KSC Institutional Support Services IV) Support) Mike Hewell Contract) Janice Ellis Oliver Rye Tara S. Miller M/C: IMCS-1422 M/C: ISC-1240 M/C: AIS-1 M/C: KISSIV Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899 Phone: 321-867-3970 32899 Phone: 321-861-7726 32899 Phone: 321- 867-7102 32899 Phone: 321-867-8910 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] NNK08OH01C (IMCS) POP ends: 1/31/2018 NNK08OC01C (ISC) POP ends: 9/30/2018 NNK17LA01C (ELVIS-III) POP ends: 9/30/2018 80KSC017D003 (KISS-IV) POP ends: 02/28/2022

A-P-T Research, Inc. (SB) AECOM (LB) DNC Parks & Resorts at KSC, Inc. (LB) United Launch Services, Inc. (LB) (S-MASSII) (Laboratory Support Services and Operations) (KSC Visitor Complex) (NASA Launch Services II) Elizabeth Cherry Susan Germano Darlene Koenig Susan T. Czere M/C: SA-MASS M/C: ISC-001 M/C: DNPS-1 PO Box 9009, Cape Canaveral, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL 32815- Kennedy Space Center, FL 32920 Phone: 321-730-5613 32899 Phone: 321-861-7503 0025 Phone: 321-867-0779 32899 Phone: 321-449-4285 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] NNK10LB00B (NLSII) POP ends: 12/31/2022 NNK12OE12C (S-MASSII) POP ends: 9/30/2017 80KSC017C0012 (LASSO) POP ends: 09/30/2019 NNK10OT01C (KSCVC) POP ends: 04/20/2030

Integrated Mission Support Services (SB) Chenega Infinity, LLC (SB) Millennium Engineering and Integration Co. (LB) The Boeing Company (KEMCON) (KSC Protective Services Contract II) (Kennedy LXII Support) (LB) Megan Quinn Domingo Rivera Regina Costlow Jim Gray M/C: 721B-L300 M/C: IHA-001 M/C: CS3 --001 M/C: KLXSII 100 Boeing Way PO Box 21045, Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Titusville, FL 32780 32899 Phone: 321-867-5737 32899 Phone: 321-867-4839 32899 Phone: 321-867-1315 Phone: 843-754-4306 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] NNK16OS01C (KPSC II) POP ends: 9/30/2021 NNK14EA01C (KLXS II) POP ends: 1/31/2019 NNK14MA75C (CCtCap) POP ends: 9/30/2024 NNK16OB01C (KEMCON) POP ends: 9/30/2020

New Directions Technologies (SB) Jacobs Technology (LB) Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Orbital ATK Sciences Corporation (LB) (Information Technology Support Services- (Test and Operations Support Contract) (SpaceX) (Small Expendable Launch Vehicle 2) Mark Fuerst Deidra T. Whelan Building 60530 Hangar Road, Hangar AO, Services) Jenifer Scoffield M/C: ITSS-2 Colleen Gates Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 PO 707 M/S T40 Bldg. M7-0355 (O&C), Room 1308A Peter Amanda Grinter, Purchasing Coordinator Brigham City, UT Kennedy Space Center, FL Montgomery Phone: 321-730-4950 84302 Phone: 435- 32899 Phone: 321-867-9949 M/C: JACOBS [email protected].co 863-2017 ma[email protected] Kennedy Space Center, FL m www.spacex.com [email protected] NNK17OK01Z (ITSS-2) POP ends: 9/30/2017 32899 Phone: 321-861-6339 NNK14MA74C (CCtCap) POP ends 12/31/2024 NNK10lB01B (NLS-II) POP ends: 12/31/2022 [email protected] NNK13MA14C (TOSC) POP ends: 09/30/2022

45th Space Wing Canaveral Port Authority Space Vencore Services and Solutions, Inc. (LB) Sherri Richardson, Director, Small Karen D. Papas, Director, Purchasing & Policies Tony Gannon, Director of Business Development (Engineering Services Contract) Business Programs 445 Challenger Road., Suite 505 Odyssey Way, Suite M/C: ESC-11 Patrick AFB, FL 301 Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 300 Exploration Park, FL Kennedy Space Center, FL Phone: 321-494- Phone: 321-783-7831 ext. 219 32953 Phone: 321-730- 32899 Phone: 321-861-8364 2207 [email protected] 5301 NNK11EA08C (ESC) POP ends: 02/28/2018 [email protected] [email protected]

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