Awards

BAA Statistics

BAA # BAA Title Release Date # of Requirements # of Proposals Total Awards *
19S3011 FY20 Unclassified 06-FEB-2019 61 778 $70,628,679
19S3012 FY20 Classified 05-MAR-2019 13 38 $11,763,628
20S3060 FY2021 Unclassified 01-APR-2020 37 454 $28,326,291
20S3061 FY20 Classified BAA 08-MAY-2020 16 62 $8,038,723
20S3098 FY2021 R000 Unclassified 08-MAY-2020 9 150 $939,999
21S4370 FY2022 Unclassified 23-MAR-2021 43 698 $44,248,947
21S4372 FY2022 Classified 02-APR-2021 12 48 $1,034,519
* This is an approximation of the total award, including optional follow-on work.

Recent Awards

BAA 21S4370

3/23/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Protection, Survivability and Recovery subgroup awarded a $1,681,141 contract to TDA Research, Inc. of Golden, CO to develop a portable sterilizer ruggedized for military use and shall sustain steam at 128 degrees Celsius at two (2) atmospheres for the minimum time required to sterilze a general surgical set.

3/17/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Protection, Survivability and Recovery subgroup awarded a $3,135,630 contract to NIRSense LLC of Richmond, VA to develop an unobtrusive, continuous, secure wireless patient monitoring device for use in resuscitation, critical care transport, prolonged care, mass casualty events, and evacuation through the continuum of care.

2/18/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Protection, Survivability and Recovery subgroup awarded a $1,602,747 contract to Karagozian & Case of Glendale, CA to standardize the transparent armor across the DoD fleet with a ~30% reduction in weight and thickness while achieving a threshold ballistic rating of VPAM VR9.

2/17/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery subgroup awarded a $460,889 contract to Marcus Materials Co of Neward, DE, to develop a standard, ceramic-faced ballistic plate for use in female body armor.

2/2/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery subgroup awarded a $174,600 contract to Sydor Technologies, Fairport, NY to develop a standard, low-cost test fixture to assess the performance and efficacy of non-pneumatic limb tourniquets.

1/13/2022 BAA 21S4370 - The Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Explosive Operations subgroup awarded a $776,408.00 contract to a develop machine learning (ML) algorithm to identify improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and ordnance using mobile computing technologies. Specifically, the IED-ARM project will improve on detection and image processing technology developed during the course of the Intelligent Second Look (I2L) project.

12/23/2021 BAA 21S4370 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $599,172.00 contract to International Personnel Protection, Austin, TX, to develop an enhanced footwear solution capable of protecting the wearer during hazardous materials emergencies and chemical, biological or radiological (CBR) incidents. The footwear will provide both physical protection (e.g., puncture and slipping) and reinforce protection from CBR hazards, while also allowing the freedom of movement necessary for the wearer to perform their mission unencumbered. Original provided by the Subgroup: The Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $599,172.00 contract to International Personnel Protection, Austin, TX, to develop an enhanced footwear solution capable of protecting the wearer during hazardous materials emergencies and chemical, biological or radiological (CBR) incidents. The footwear will provide both physical protection (e.g., puncture and slipping) and reinforce protection from CBR hazards, while also allowing the freedom of movement necessary for the wearer to perform their mission unencumbered.

12/21/2021 BAA 21S4370 - The Advanced Analytics Subgroup awarded a $1,029,796.00 contract to Intellisense Systems, Inc., Torrance, CA, to develop, test and evaluate an edge analytics software tool to support special reconnaissance to manually input and/or automatically ingest data collected with current and future special reconnaissance tools and capabilities. The capability will guide and automate the operator’s workflow during mission planning, reconnaissance, and execution to identify all initial and recurring data requirements to generate specific analysis reports of interest for the operation.

11/16/2021 BAA 21S4370 - The Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Explosive Operations Subgroup awarded a $490,018.00 contract to VM Consultant, LLC., Prosper, TX to develop a training set of RFID tags to mimic buried ordnance items, unexploded ordnance (UXO), and IEDs. The complete training set will include target training chips (TTCs), a chip reader device that can be mounted to all existing U.S. military mine detectors, and a display that provides feedback to the operator.

11/8/2021 BAA 21S4370 - The Indirect Influence and Competition Subgroup awarded a $1,571,640 contract to Raytheon BBN Technologies, Cambridge, MA, to develop civil knowledge collection and reconnaissance capabilities. The effort will design and develop an application for the Tactical Assault Kit (TAK) that will allow users to share and visualize civil information across the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of State (DoS), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Interagency (IA) in all forms of regular and irregular warfare, conflict, and competition.

BAA 20S3060

09/08/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Human Performance and Training (HPT) Subgroup awarded a $2,087,425 contract to Vertex Solutions, LLC of Champaign, IL to develop a Military Free-Fall Jumpmaster Virtual Training System that will supplement real-world training with a highly realistic and low-cost VR training capability.

06/09/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Explosive Operations Subgroup awarded a $697,730.51 contract to DCS Corporation, Alexandria, VA to develop a luminous dispensable marking spray, foam, or gel and dispenser applicator.

05/24/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Indirect Influence and Competition (I2C) Subgroup awarded an $826,814.00 contract to Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory to develop synthetic text detection capabilities. The effort will result in the creation of a graphical user interface and updateable base code that will assist analysts in the identification and countering of disinformation campaigns, which have high potential for eroding trust in informative and reliable sources.

04/09/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) Subgroup awarded a $1,086,443 contract to Accenture Federal Services, LLC, Arlington, VA to develop a view-invariant gait recognition software capable of matching gait signatures across varying camera perspectives in order to recognize or re-identify individuals from video.

04/08/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) subgroup awarded a $1,053,101 contract to SRI International, Menlo Park, NJ to research and develop algorithms and software that can analyze polygraph signals and data to determine if the examinee is employing any countermeasures to alter the final determination and conclusion of the test.

03/25/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Subgroup awarded a $292,815 contract to Signature Science, LLC to develop a Simplified Fentanyl Assay (SFA), which shall be a self-contained, single-use system for the detection of synthetic opioids (fentanyls).

03/22/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Advanced Analytics (AA) Subgroup awarded a $472,890.00 contract to Quiet Professionals, LLC, Tampa, FL, to develop a vision-based machine-learning algorithm capable of capturing civil information and populating standardized survey questions in Esri Survey123 forms.

03/19/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Subgroup awarded a $2,083,920 contract to Triton Systems Inc., Chelmsford MA, to develop a ruggedized handheld fielded system for rapid identification of select biological agents that includes automated sample processing and can function with minimal consumables.

03/12/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) subgroup awarded a $1,553,391 contract to Azimuth Incorporated, Morgantown, WV to research and develop new sensors for polygraph instruments which are minimal or no-contact with the human body to eliminate discomfort and produce more accurate signals and measurements during polygraph examinations.

03/03/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) subgroup awarded a $913,686 contract to Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc., Torrance, CA to develop detection tape that can detect and classify chemical warfare agents.

02/28/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) Subgroup awarded a $1,063,789 contract to AMP Research, Inc., Naples, FL, to develop a flat-bed LASER light scanning system used to capture pre- and post-processed latent prints that can be deployed and used in both laboratory and field environments.

02/02/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Subgroup awarded a $408,665 contract to International Personnel Protection, Inc. to develop a disposable or reusable, chemical/biological protective cover for a self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and SCBA components, while maintaining user maneuverability.

02/02/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) subgroup awarded a $329,650 contract to Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA to research and develop a set of procedures to optimize the presentation and use of evidence during interrogations and interviews to acquire the maximum amount of credible information from the subject.

01/28/2021 BAA 20S3060 - The Forensic Exploitation and Identity Operations (formerly Investigative and Forensic Science) Subgroup awarded a $839,445 contract to Ideal Innovations, Inc., Arlington, VA, to develop a government-off-the-shelf platform and programming language neutral biometric software development kit.

BAA 20S3047

07/12/2021 BAA 20S3047 – The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery Subgroup awarded a $704,298 contract to Contra Threat Sciences in Elkton, Maryland. The effort is to develop a surrogate for the commercially available 7.62x39mm bullet to enable consistent testing, with reproducibility across testing laboratories for research, development, and certification purposes.

04/01/2021 BAA 20S3047 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Subgroup awarded a $1,187,386 contract to Fraunhofer UK Research Ltd to develop a handheld system that can detect explosives through monitoring of air.

02/17/2021 BAA 20S3047 - The Protection, Survivability, and Recovery Subgroup awarded a $240,076 contract to Revision Military Ltd. in Essex Junction, VT to produce an Enhanced Ballistic Spectacle system capable of protection against an increased threat with a form factor and weight comparable to actively fielded systems.

09/29/2020 BAA 20S3047 - The Personnel Protection Subgroup awarded a $4,067,112 contract to Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc., Alexandria, VA, to provide a comprehensive assessment for a network of operational CUAS systems. The assessment includes validated, color-coded, graphical models (heat maps) indicating detection, identification, geolocation, and mitigation performance of both individual CUAS sensors and the network of CUAS systems.

09/28/2020 BAA 20S3047 - The Investigative and Forensic Science Subgroup awarded a $3,259,458 contract to Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., McLean, VA, to develop an electro-optical handheld prototype system for human identification and scene analysis capable of daytime and nighttime operation by using visible and infrared light.

BAA 19S3011

06/30/2020 BAA 19S3011 - The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) subgroup awarded a $3,258,550 contract to Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA) to develop a respirator for the general working dog population that provides ocular and respiratory protection from CB hazards for at least fifteen minutes in order for the canine to be escorted from a contaminated area.

05/26/2020 BAA 19S3011 - The Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Explosive Operations (formerly Improvised Device Defeat and Explosives Countermeasures) Subgroup awarded a $3,718,602 contract to Pendar Technologies, LLC., Cambridge, MA, to develop a stand-off raman spectrometer to detect potential chemical threats (solids and liquids) through different barrier materials. The system will be robotically deployable as well.