Notice ID 693KA7AAQ230-AIMME1
“This announcement is a Market Survey/RFI and is not a Screening Information Request (SIR) or Request for Offer (RFO) of any kind. Responses to this Market Survey/RFI will be used for informational purposes only. The FAA is not seeking or accepting unsolicited proposals. Respondents are advised that the FAA will not pay for any information it receives, nor vendor costs incurred in preparing the response to this Market Survey/RFI. Any costs associated with this Market Survey/RFI submittal are solely at the interested vendor’s expense. The FAA has not determined the acquisition strategy at this time. However, if the FAA proceeds with an acquisition, the responses to this Market Survey may assist the FAA in that determination…”
The purpose of this Market Survey/RFI is to assess industry interest and capabilities to satisfy the requirements of future Aeronautical Information Management Modernization (AIMM) Enhancement 1 (E1), formerly known as Segment 3 (S3), to explore potential technology available to satisfy one of the modernization requirements of the Enhancement of the Aeronautical Common Services (ACS)…”
“II. CURRENT STATE OF AIMM SEGMENT 2 (S2) AERONAUTICAL COMMON SERVICES (ACS)
- AIMM S2 establishes the Aeronautical Common Service (ACS), which continues the evolution from paper-based aeronautical information products such as charts, publications, and notices, to digital aeronautical data through data services.
- Digital aeronautical data services enable the processing of data to improve mapping, flight planning, and the timeliness and accuracy of air traffic control instructions.
- Components and services will be installed and operating at Atlanta (ATL) and Salt Lake City (SLC) Network Enterprise Maintenance Centers (NEMC)…”
“III. AIMM E1 ACS ENHANCEMENT OBJECTIVES
AIMM E1 Aeronautical Common Services (ACS) Enhancement will continue to improve Aeronautical Information (AI) accuracy and adoption of standards. This Enhancement builds on previous AIMM segments. The enhancement is a multi-system technical effort with a goal to further improve and modernize the way in which the ACS manages AI and makes AI available to National Airspace System (NAS) users…”