November 4th, 2020
Via Virtual Remote (CVR) platform
PMW 160 invites interested companies to the PMW 160 Industry Day being virtually held on the Department of Defense (DoD) Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) platform accessible via Microsoft Teams on 4 November 2020.
The event will begin at 0800 PST and will end at approximately 1600 PST
The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) in support of the Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (PEO C4I) and Space Systems, Program Manager, Warfare (PMW) 160, Tactical Networks, is announcing an Industry Day. PMW 160 consists of three (3) Programs of Record (PORs), Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES), Automated Digital Network System (ADNS), and the Enterprise Pier Connectivity Architecture (EPCA).
PMW 160 invites interested companies to the PMW 160 Industry Day being virtually held on the Department of Defense (DoD) Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) platform accessible via Microsoft Teams on 4 November 2020. The event will begin at 0800 PST and will end at approximately 1600 PST.
Interested participants are required to pre-register for this event
Registration will open at 0800 PST on 1 October 2020 and will close at 1600 PST on 16 October 2020.
Each attendee is required to register individually. Given the flexibility inherent in conducting a Virtual event on CVR/Microsoft Teams we do not expect at this point to limit the number of participants per company/CAGE Code but will advise if that does become an issue. For interested participants who wish to attend but do not currently have a CAGE code assigned, details on how to obtain a CAGE code are provided at https://cage.dla.mil/.
This Industry Day event serves as strategic market research which is the overarching process of market “surveillance” that takes place continuously throughout the entire acquisition lifecycle per Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 10.
The PMW 160 Industry Day is also a forum for Industry Partners to learn about the program office’s vision, the technological current state, and the challenges and opportunities that would benefit from private sector support. During the general session, each PMW 160 POR will outline their programs and initiatives and field questions from Industry Partners. Following the general session, there will be smaller break-out sessions where PMW 160’s Assistant Program Managers (APMs), engineers, and functional directors (e.g. technical, sustainment, and cybersecurity) will host focused discussions about their particular challenges).