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PTC’s NAICS Codes
541330
Chemical Engineering Services
541330
Mechanical Engineering Services
551511
Custom Computer Programming Services
541519
Other Computer Related Services
541512
Computer Systems Design Services
541611
Admin / General Mgmt Consulting Services
541191
Online Information Services
541618
Other Management Consulting Services
541710
Chemical R&D Services, Computer H/W & S/W, Engineering R&D
541710
Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Engine and Parts R&D
Zone 2 – National Capital Zone Functional      Area   3.1:   Research   and   Development   Support.   For   the   Science   and   Technology   Roadmap   Project,   PTC   provided   research and   development   staff   in   support   of   the   project.      PTC   provided   cost   analysis   for   the   project,   and   on   time   procurement   and   delivery   of program   critical   program   management,   hardware   and   configuration   in   support   of   the   Office   of   Naval   Research’s   effort.      PTC   provided   the conceptual specification and design requirements for a new Energetics research facility known as the Energetics Technology Center. Functional     Area   3.2:   Engineering,   System   Engineering   and   Process   Engineering   Support.    PTC   has   provided   engineering   support   to NAVSEA    and    NSWC    Indian    Head    in    weapons    systems    and    strategic    systems.    PTC    provides    system    engineering,    interoperability, integration, and M&S support to the CAD/PAD Joint Program Office. Functional      Area   3.12:   Information   System   (IS)   Development,   Information   Assurance   (IA)   and   Information   Technology   Support. For    the    Computer-Based    Enterprise    Resource    Planning    (ERP)    Schoolhouse    Facilitation    Project,    PTC    provided    equipment    (servers, computers,   printers,   etc.),   integration,   testing   and   installation   of   training   equipment   as   indicated   in   the   individual   task   order   in   support   of approximately   1000   users.   Upon   completion   of   each   configuration   and   installation,   PTC   ensured   that   Information   Technology   (IT)   support was   available   as   required   to   resolve   any   computer   or   network   issues   promptly   that   arose   during   training.   PTC   created   and   provided   an automated   administrative   support   computer   system   to   assist   with   maintaining   student   attendance   records,   coordinated   training   schedules, created   and   distributed   documentation,   created   and   distributed   training   materials   and   general   administrative   tasking   in   support   of   training efforts as required by individual task orders. Functional    Area    3.18:    Training.     PTC    created    a    course    syllabus    for    basic    design    and    manufacturing    technology    regarding Cartridges/Cartridge   Actuated   Devices/Propellant   Actuated   Devices   and   their   related   components   (explosive   and   non-explosive)   for   the CAD/PAD   Joint   Program   Office   (supporting   the   Air   Force,   Army,   NAVSEA/NAVAIR,   NASA,   other   DoD   entities   and   80   Foreign   Countries).     PTC   surveyed   the   CAD/PAD   industrial   base   to   determine   interest   and   availability   of   experts   to   develop,   document   and/or   teach   various topics.      PTC   identified   and   surveyed   retirees   from   the   CAD/PAD   industrial   base   and   government   organizations   for   interest   and   availability   to develop,   document   and/or   teach   various   topics   of   the   course,   outline   various   options   for   the   format/media   for   the   documentation   of   the subject material and provide detailed cost estimates for the various options available to develop, document and present the material. For    the    Service    Life    Assessment    Assignment    Policy    Development    and    Training    Project,    PTC    is    providing    an    assessment    of    the technologies   and   procedures   and   application   to   the   strategic   approach   to   be   used   that   will   require   the   services   of   a   knowledgeable individual with demonstrated experience in energetics and the related in-house and external communities i.e. academic and industrial. For   the   Computer-Based   Enterprise   Resource   Planning   (ERP)   Schoolhouse   Facilitation   Project,   PTC   provided   training,   technical,   and administrative   support   services   and   products   including   personnel,   material,   services,   and   facilities   to   perform,   accomplish,   and   complete the   program   in   support   of   the   Naval   Surface   Warfare   Center,   Indian   Head   EOD   Technology   Division.   PTC   provided   training   facilitation, including   facility   and   equipment,   site   preparation,   implementation   and   installation,   administrative   support   and   program   management   for over   1000   students.      PTC   provided   and   operated   a   functional   training   facility   that   was   suitable   for   computer-based   schoolhouse   training   as specified   in   individual   task   orders.   PTC   was   responsible   for   providing   the   facilities,   parking,   furnishings,   equipment,   internet   connectivity, security,   and   all   other   costs   associated   with   maintaining   and   operating   the   training   facility   that   met   the   Government-specified   training requirements.   PTC   performed   site   preparation   for   the   Government-approved   contractor-provided   training   facility   meeting   the   specifications detailed in the individual task orders. For   the   Basic   Explosive   Safety   Training   Project,   PTC   demonstrated   experience   and   knowledge   regarding   explosive   safety   of   CAD/PAD items,   and   demonstrated   capabilities   with   the   training/teaching   of   personnel.   PTC   developed   and   provided   a   training   package,   which outlined   the   basic   elements   of   explosive   safety,   including   the   components   of   the   USN   safety   program,   and   an   overview   of   the   types   of energetic   materials   and   their   use,   characteristics,   and   safety   considerations   throughout   the   life   cycle   of   CAD/PAD   items. The   qualification   of energetic   material,   final   type   qualification,   hazard   classification   and   insensitive   munitions   was   included   as   they   applied   to   CAD/PAD.   The basic   understanding   of   hazard   analysis,   international   concerns,   and   OSHA   and   environmental   concerns   was   addressed.   PTC   provided   two instructional   sessions   (split   into   four   4-hour   duration   sessions)   of   subject   material   at   a   government   supplied   location   (approximately   30 employees each session). For   the   Basic   System   Safety   and   Hazard   Analysis   Training   Project,   PTC   demonstrated   experience   and   knowledge   regarding   explosive safety   of   CAD/PAD   items,   system   safety,   hazard   analysis,   and   risk   management   and   demonstrated   capabilities   with   the   training/teaching   of personnel.   PTC   developed   and   provided   a   training   package,   which   outlined   the   basic   elements   of   system   safety   that   flow   from   MIL-STD- 882   and   included   an   overview   of   the   services   safety   boards,   the   types   of   hazard   analysis   and   the   characteristics   of   the   various   analysis types   (i.e.,   PHA,   FEMA,   FTA),   reliability   of   energetic   components,   and   types   and   roles   of   risk   assessments.      The   consideration   of component   versus   system   risk   over   the   life   cycle   of   a   CAD/PAD   item   was   included   and   NSWCIHEODTD1NST   5101.4A   instruction   on Hazards Analysis   was   addressed.   PTC   provided   two   instructional   sessions   (split   into   four   4-hour   duration   sessions)   of   subject   material   at   a government supplied location (approximately 30 employees each session). Functional      Area   3.20:   Program   Management.   PTC   provided   management   staff   in   support   of   the   project,   provides   cost   analysis   for   the project,   and   on   time   procurement   and   delivery   of   program   critical   program   management,      hardware   and   configuration   in   support   of   the Science and Technology Roadmap Team effort for the Office of Naval Research’s Science and Technology Roadmap Team. For   the   Computer-Based   ERP   Schoolhouse   Facilitation   Project,   PTC   assisted   in   the   development   of   management   plans   and   strategies, milestone   planning   and   tracking,   preparation   of   technical   briefing   materials   in   both   hard   copy   and   soft   copy   format,   evaluations   of   program schedules,   and   deliverable   tracking   to   include   the   planning,   and/or   reviewing   of   program   data   deliverables.   PTC   organized,   attended   or hosted,   and   facilitated   program   meetings   as   directed   by   the   Government.   PTC   assisted   in   preparing   and   coordinating   the   agenda   to   key meetings,   prepared   presentation   materials,   and   drafted   the   minutes   and   action   items   for   appropriate   action.   PTC   prepared   a   report detailing the lessons learned in identifying a facility, site preparation, and management of the facility during the training sessions. Functional    Area    3.21:    Administrative    Support.    PTC    has    provided    office    management,    documentation    development,    personnel coordination, and other administrative support to NAVSEA and NSWC Indian Head managers Customer Advocate Office. For   the   Technical   Report   Publication   Preparation   Project,   a    package   of   approximately   20   technical   reports,   10   paper   copies   and   10   in electronic   format,   were   provided   to   the   PTC   to   be   formatted   and   prepared   for   publishing   in   accordance   with   IHSP   02-483R1.   PTC   provided a   draft   of   the   modified   reports   for   the   review   and   approval   by   Code   E24   to   verify   technical   information   had   not   been   substantially   changed before submitting the final package of updated reports in accordance with CDRL A001.