Cislunar Highway Patrol System (CHPS)

 

The United States Space Force (USSF) is tasked with protecting and defending US interests in space. Until now, the limits of that mission have been in near Earth, out to approximately geostationary (GEO) range.  With new US public and private sector operations extending into cislunar space, the reach of USSF’s sphere of interest will also extend to the Moon and beyond.


Below you can find several resources provided by the Air Force Research Laboratory on this opportunity.

 

 

NOTABLE DATES – Become a SpEC Member to participate

Proposals Due: 31 May at 1:00 PM MT

RPP Questions Due: 13 May at 1:00 PM MT

RPP Release: 4 May at 3:00 PM MT

Teaming Event: 12 April from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM  ET

  • Share your capabilities and how they will impact the CHPS project while learning how and why other members will make great teaming partners for the CHPS program.

Feedback and Questions Due: 1 April 2022 at 11:00 AM MT

  • The AFRL CHPS team is requesting feedback from Members no later than the date and time listed above. Questions are due on the same date and time as feedback.

Project TALX: 29 March 2022

  • The Government team joined industry performers for a bi-directional discussion focused on the intent behind the CHPS program and the desired outcomes of the prototype.

Draft RPP Release: 18 March 2022

  • Also in preparation for the full RPP, a Draft RPP was released by the Government.

Coming Soon Notice: 15 February 2022

  • The Coming Soon notice was released on this day to prepare for the full RPP.

This opportunity is for SpEC members only. Please log in to your membership dashboard to view SpEC Member-only content.

Once logged in, you can learn more about the CHPS Opportunity under the SpEC Opportunities tab.

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