Naval Operational Business Logistics Enterprise (NOBLE)

Overview
This Request for Solutions is seeking demonstrable system(s) with enterprise and field level capability to ensure effective and efficient supply and maintenance operations both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The Government will evaluate the solutions with the intent of negotiating an Other Transaction Agreement under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX).

This Request for Solutions is seeking demonstrable system(s) with enterprise and field level capability to ensure effective and efficient supply and maintenance operations both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The Government will evaluate the solutions with the intent of negotiating an Other Transaction Agreement under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX).


In accordance with 10 U.S. Code ยง 2371b, an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) has been awarded on 30 July 2019 under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Naval Operational Business Logistics Enterprise (NOBLE) Integrated Data Environment (IDE) Data as a Service (DaaS) prototype project was awarded to Palantir USG, Inc. located in Palo Alto, CA in the amount of $3,150,000.00 for all phases of this effort.

The United States Navy (USN) desires a system(s) with enterprise and field level capability to ensure effective and efficient supply and maintenance operations both ashore and afloat that is Cyber Secure and auditable. The delivered solutions will be part of the NOBLE family of systems, composed of the Naval Operational Supply System (NOSS), Naval Aviation Maintenance System (NAMS), and Naval Operational Maintenance Environment
(NOME).

The solution includes an IDE able to support the data integration of multiple legacy platforms into a holistic level data environment, accessible via Application Program Interfaces (API) and hosted in a government certified cloud at Impact Level (IL) 4/5. The cloud environment combined with a common IDE will provide a highly available and reliable commercial solution. The environment will also be capable of hosting and integrating applications, data, systems and services planned to transition to modern commercial technologies, and accomplish migration of government-owned applications with no degradation of services.