Qi Tech, as a subcontractor for NAVAIR PMA201, supports the Development and Certification, and Testing of the first of a new generation of Networked Enabled Weapons (NEW). In this capacity, Qi Tech serves as the NAVAIR liaison to the National Security Agency (NSA) in support of cryptographic key material control and incident response for the Strike Common Weapon Data Link (SCWDL). SCWDL is being developed and fielded in two major acquisition efforts, the Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW-C-1) and the Small Diameter Bomb Increment II (SDB-II). Controlling Authority (CONAUTH) duties for SCWDL keys require coordination with the Navy and Air Force lead services as well as the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) offices. Qi Tech provides Information Assurance (IA) planning, training, and contingency recover for Cryptographic Key material and disposition. Qi tech is also responsible for future compatibility of SCWDL with NSA modernization plans for Key Management Infrastructure and Cryptographic algorithm modernization.
Qi Tech provides mission planning support to the PMA-201 Domestic and FMS Teams. We review weapons (JSOW) Mission Planning documents and provide technical inputs, and participate in offsite JSOW Class Desk reviews and teleconferences with the NAWC China Lake MP Lead.
Qi Tech, as a prime contractor, provides professional and administrative support services required for operational support services under the cognizance of the Command/Operations Department (C/CX) of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). Support services encompass Program, Project and Database Management; Technical Writing and Documentation support; Visual Information Services; Comptroller and Travel support; Property Management Support; Security support; Human Resources support; and Acquisition/Procurement support.
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