Model-based Product Support (MBPS) Prototype Project

On September 19th, 2019, in accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, the Army Contracting Command – Orlando has awarded an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) via the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Model-Based Product Support (MBPS) prototype project.

A Request for Solutions for these efforts was issued through TReX on March 20, 2019, which resulted in the submittal of 10 total responses. As a result of a multi-stage competition, the prototype project was awarded to Accenture Federal Services LLC located in Arlington, VA. The total value of this prototype project, if all phases and options are exercised, is $11,301,002.94.

The United States Navy desires a prototype MBPS system with enterprise and field level capability to effectively and efficiently acquire, field and sustain weapon systems’ digital twin and enable appropriate predictive analysis and modeling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce Operation and Sustainment (O&S) cost.

The delivered prototype solution(s) will be part of the MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS The delivered prototype solution(s) will be part of the MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS services portfolio is composed of Navy Product Data Management (NPDM), Navy Common Readiness Model (NCRM), and Navy Data Acquisition Requirement Tool (NDART).

The United States Navy seeks to modernize the current logistic support IT infrastructure and requires a Model-based Product Support (MBPS) system(s) with enterprise and field level capability to effectively and efficiently acquire, field and sustain weapon systems’ digital twin and enable appropriate predictive analysis and modeling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce Operation and Sustainment (O&S) cost.
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On September 19th, 2019, in accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, the Army Contracting Command – Orlando has awarded an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) via the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Model-Based Product Support (MBPS) prototype project.

A Request for Solutions for these efforts was issued through TReX on March 20, 2019, which resulted in the submittal of 10 total responses. As a result of a multi-stage competition, the prototype project was awarded to Accenture Federal Services LLC located in Arlington, VA. The total value of this prototype project, if all phases and options are exercised, is $11,301,002.94.

The United States Navy desires a prototype MBPS system with enterprise and field level capability to effectively and efficiently acquire, field and sustain weapon systems’ digital twin and enable appropriate predictive analysis and modeling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce Operation and Sustainment (O&S) cost.

The delivered prototype solution(s) will be part of the MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS The delivered prototype solution(s) will be part of the MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS family of integrated systems and must support both ashore and afloat that are Cyber Secure and auditable. The MBPS services portfolio is composed of Navy Product Data Management (NPDM), Navy Common Readiness Model (NCRM), and Navy Data Acquisition Requirement Tool (NDART).


The United States Navy seeks to modernize the current logistic support IT infrastructure and requires a Model-based Product Support (MBPS) system(s) with enterprise and field level capability to effectively and efficiently acquire, field and sustain weapon systems’ digital twin and enable appropriate predictive analysis and modeling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce Operation and Sustainment (O&S) cost.

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