CAGE 06FG0 - DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY
USA

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY

CAGE Code: 06FG0
DUNS: 114337629
1200 N DUPONT HWY
DOVER DE 19901-2202
UNITED STATES

Telephone: 3028576273
Fax: 3028576203


DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY is an Active Commercial Supplier with the Cage Code 06FG0 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 114337629.

Additional Data For CAGE 06FG0

SIC Code 1:8221
Status:A
Type:F
Size:N
Primary Business:N
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:N66020
ADP CNT CT:N66020

USA Government Contracting Activity for 06FG0

Friday, September 22, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
$994,717.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF THIS IS NOT AN INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION OR PERSONAL SERVICES DESCRIPTION. CSPI FALL TUITION 2016 IGF::OT::IGF
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG716PPAR672  
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
($24.39)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
$3,841.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF THIS IS NOT AN INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION OR PERSONAL SERVICES DESCRIPTION CSPI FALL TUITION 2016 IGF::OT::IGF
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG716PPAR672  
Friday, February 10, 2017
$8,748.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF CSPI FALL TUITION 2016
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG717PPAR672  
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
($6,319.00)
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF CSPI FALL 2016 TUITION
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG716PPAR673  
Monday, January 9, 2017
$0.00
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
75N950: NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201600204P  
Monday, September 26, 2016
$4,907.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF THIS IS NOT AN INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION OR PERSONAL SERVICES DESCRIPTION CSPI FALL TUITION 2016 IGF::OT::IGF
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG716PPAR672  
Monday, September 26, 2016
$19,723.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z0G7: RECRUITING COMMAND(000G7)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF CSPI FALL 2016 TUITION
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG716PPAR673  
Monday, August 22, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Friday, July 15, 2016
$40,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Friday, May 27, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
$998,228.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

T: TRAINING GRANT
MUREP SCHOLARSHIP 2014 - 2015 COHORT
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX14AT53H  
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
($27,670.01)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
SCIENCE TEACHERS IN K-12 SCHOOL SYSTEMS PLAY CRITICAL ROLES IN EDUCATING OUR YOUTH ABOUT THE SEVERITY, MECHANISMS, AND IMPACTS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE, AS WELL AS ABOUT AMELIORATION STRATEGIES. THIS PROJECT INVOLVES COLLABORATION AMONG TWO MINORITY-SERVING INSTITUTIONS, A NASA PARTNER, AND A NASA-FUNDED CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY TO HELP PREPARE PRE-SERVICE STEM TEACHERS TO TEACH CLIMATE-CHANGE SCIENCE. A COMPETENT CLIMATE-CHANGE EDUCATION TEAM CONSISTING OF SCIENCE EDUCATORS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS, AND NASA SCIENTISTS WILL BE ESTABLISHED, AND WILL DEVELOP EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING MODULES. PRACTICE MODULES WILL BE USED ACROSS A SPECTRUM OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE COURSES TO TEACH PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE. THE MODULES WILL BE PROBLEM-BASED, STUDENT-CENTERED, AND FORMAT-DIVERSIFIED. THEY WILL INFUSE NASA'S EARTH&CLIMATE DATA AND MODELS INTO A REVISED CURRICULUM THAT MAKES USE OF INTERNET DATA CAPTURE AND INTERPRETATION, FIELD COURSES, RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS, WORKSHOP SEMINARS, AND GROUP DEBATES TO DELIVER THE CLIMATE-CHANGE SCIENCE TO PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. TRAINING OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS WILL BE VALIDATED BY THEIR PRACTICE TEACHING OF THE EARTH AND CLIMATE SCIENCE IN K-12 SCHOOL CLASSROOMS. TWO HUNDRED MORE PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS CAPABLE OF TEACHING THE SCIENCE OF CLIMATE AND CLIMATE CHANGE WILL BE PREPARED THROUGH THE PROJECT PERIOD AND MORE WILL BE TRAINED BY CONTINUOUSLY IMPLEMENTING THE PROBLEM-BASED, STUDENT-EXPERIENCED TEACHING AND LEARNING MODULES.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX12AJ20G  
Friday, April 1, 2016
$35,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Thursday, February 25, 2016
$31,633.00
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201600204P  
Monday, November 9, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
$3,766.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
000G7: RECRUITING COMMAND

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF CSPI FALL 2015 TUITION CSPI STUDENT: OT KUENTIN SMART STUDENT ID# D10267966 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY 1200 NORTH DUPONT HIGHWAY DOVER DE 19901 PAYMENT POC: DELAWARE STATE STUDENT ACCOUNTS 302.857.6240 JJEANBAP@DESU.EDU TAS: 070/2015/2015/0610/000
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCGG715PPAC094  
Friday, August 21, 2015
$1,949,988.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-MIRO OPTICS FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY&APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER (O STAR CENTER) AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY. O STAR WILL BE A SUSTAINABLE UNIT AND WILL SEEK TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND NATIONAL PROMINENCE BY PROVIDING A QUALITY HIGHER-EDUCATION PROGRAM, AND A DISTINCTIVE RESEARCH PORTFOLIO IN THE NASA-RELEVANT FIELDS OF OPTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (OST). FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS 0 STAR WILL (1) CONDUCT CUTTING-EDGE, INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATE NEW KNOWLEDGE IN OST, (2) PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS TO TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS, AND (3) BUILD A ROBUST AND SUSTAINABLE CENTER WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE TO BE CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT SERVE SPACE EXPLORATION. THESE GOALS ARE WELL-ALIGNED WITH THOSE OF THE NASA-MIRO PROGRAM TO (1) EXPAND THE NATIONS BASE FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BY FOSTERING NEW AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND CONCEPTS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT; (2) DEVELOP MECHANISMS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS (MSIS) IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAMS OF NASAS MISSION DIRECTORATES; AND (3) INCREASE THE NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED TO STUDENTS FROM MSIS IN NASA-RELATED FIELDS. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF O STAR CENTER WILL BE CENTERED ON TWO PRIMARY NASA MISSION DIRECTORATES: SPACE TECHNOLOGY MISSION DU'ECTORATE (STMD), AND THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD). O STAR CENTERS RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON FOUR RESEARCH TOPICS: (1) LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS) INVESTIGATIONS FOR PLANETARY EXPLORATION AND FOR THE DETECTION OF BIO-MACROMOLECULES IN COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS, (2) HIGH-RESOLUTION SODIUM-LIDAR ALTIMETI-Y AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR MLT SCIENCE STUDIES, (3) SENSORS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS (SIS) FOR ULTRA-SENSITIVE DETECTION OF CHEMICALS AND NANO-PARTICLES IN PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS, AND (4) DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PYROELECTRIC DETECTORS WITH NANOMETER SIZE STUDS. THESE RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE NASA MISSIONS BY DEVELOPING AND MATURING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTS. THE O STAR CENTER WILL COLLABORATE WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DELAWARE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION AND LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE ON VARIOUS PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TODAYS SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS AND THE STUDENTS WHO WILL JOIN THEM IN THE FUTURE. THUS, WE EXPECT TO ENHANCE THE MUCH NEEDED DIVERSITY OF THE WORKFORCE IN OPTICAL SCIENCES BY BROADENING PARTICIPATION OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FROM K-12, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY LEVEL.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AP84A  
Thursday, March 19, 2015
$0.00
1300: Department of Commerce
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
EXTEND THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE THR 03/30/2016 TO ALLOW TIME COMPLETE FINAL ANALYSIS.
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DOCWC133F11CN0159  
Monday, September 22, 2014
$3,728.00
7000: HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF
000G7: RECRUITING COMMAND

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF CSPI TUITION-FALL 2014 OT KUENTIN SMART - D10267966 DELAWARE STATE STUDENT ACCOUNTS 302.857.6240 JJEANBAP@DESU.EDU
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  HSCG6814P136015  
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
$20,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912L5: W7M0 USPFO ACTIVITY DE ARNG

PO Purchase Order
IGF-CT-IGF ADVERTISEMENT, DEL STATE UNIVERSITY
R708: SUPPORT- MANAGEMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS

  W912L514P0043  
Friday, July 25, 2014
$0.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000DG: NOT IN USE

PO Purchase Order
IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.804, THIS MODIFICATION IS TO CLOSEOUT CONTRACT GA133F-09-SE-4069. ALL ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETE. THIS CONTRACT IS CLOSED AND SHALL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.805.
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DOCGA133F09SE4069  
Monday, June 30, 2014
$0.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000DG: NOT IN USE

PO Purchase Order
IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.804, THIS MODIFICATION IS TO CLOSEOUT CONTRACT GA133F-09-SE-4182. ALL ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETE. THIS CONTRACT IS CLOSED AND SHALL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 4.805.
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DOCGA133F09SE4182  
Friday, June 6, 2014
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Monday, April 21, 2014
$50,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
($50.36)
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000EA: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION - NORFOLK

DCA Definitive Contract
CRITICAL FUNCTION - CT - ATLANTIC STURGEON SPAWNING HABITS RESEARCH
B516: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ANIMAL/FISHERIES

  DOCEA133F08CN0151  
Friday, September 13, 2013
($22,748.63)
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

DCA Definitive Contract
DELAWARE STATE FALL GULF STURGEON
F999: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

  INF12PC00045  
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
$99,731.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

DCA Definitive Contract
EXERCISE OPTION YEAR 2 TO QUANTIFY AND COMPARE FINE SCALE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CORE HAITATES OF GULF STURGEON WITHIN AND NEARBY CHOCTAWHATCHEE BAY, FL
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DOCWC133F11CN0159  
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
$878,188.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Friday, February 22, 2013
$157,431.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
$174,963.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

DCA Definitive Contract
MODIFICATION TO EXERCISE OPTION YEAR 1.
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DOCWC133F11CN0159  
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
$667,853.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Friday, June 22, 2012
($19,395.83)
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
GULF STURGEON STUDY (OIL SPILL)
B599: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- OTHER

  INF11PX75804  
Thursday, June 14, 2012
$50,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Friday, March 30, 2012
$59,995.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

DCA Definitive Contract
DELAWARE STATE FALL GULF STURGEON
F999: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

  INF12PC00045  
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
$53,809.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION/TRAINING- GENERAL

  NNX09AU90A  
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
$59,995.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

DCA Definitive Contract
DELAWARE STATE FALL GULF STURGEON
F999: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

  INF12PC00045  
Friday, November 18, 2011
$0.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
TRANSITION TO FBMS
B599: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- OTHER

  INF11PX75804  
Thursday, September 8, 2011
$174,457.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

DCA Definitive Contract
FINE-SCALE EXAMINATION OF GULF STURGEON CORE HABITATS.
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCWC133F11CN0159  
Friday, September 2, 2011
$770,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS&NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION SERVICES

  NNX09AU90A  
Monday, August 22, 2011
$0.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
TRANSITION TO FBMS
B599: OTHER SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES

  INF11PX75804  
Friday, April 22, 2011
$0.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
EXTEND THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
B599: OTHER SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES

  INF11PX75804  
Monday, October 4, 2010
$106,986.00
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00004: CONTRACTING AND GENERAL SERVICES DIV

PO Purchase Order
GULF STURGEON STUDY
B599: OTHER SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES

  INF11PX75804  
Monday, September 13, 2010
$50,000.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000EA: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION - NORFOLK

DCA Definitive Contract
ATLANTIC STURGEON SPAWNING HABITS RESEARCH
B516: ANIMAL AND FISHERIES STUDIES

  DOCEA133F08CN0151  
Friday, September 10, 2010
$94,000.00
1300: COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

PO Purchase Order
ASSESSMENT OF NEARSHORE HABITAT
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCWC133F10SE3312  
Friday, August 20, 2010
($39,361.50)
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
TAS::75 0843::TAS PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO DEFINE NUTRITIONAL SAMPLING CRITERIADELAWARE UNIVERSITY [10-002144]
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  HHSN271201000494P  
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
$669,142.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS & NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT T RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION SERVICES

  NNX09AU90A  
Friday, July 2, 2010
$39,361.50
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
TAS::75 0843::TAS -- PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO DELAWARE UNIVERSITY [
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  HHSN271201000494P  
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
$9,987.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

DCA Definitive Contract
NO COST TIME EXTENSION & INCREMENTAL FUNDING
AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  FA865008C6929  
Thursday, January 28, 2010
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

DCA Definitive Contract
ADDITION OF WAWF.
AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  FA865008C6929  
Thursday, September 17, 2009
$998,994.00
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY WE PROPOSE TO ESTABLISH A NASA-URC OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (OSCAR) COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. OSCAR WILL (1) FOSTER NEW NASA-RELATED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS BASED ON OPTICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (2) INSPIRE AND ENGAGE STUDENTS FROM UNDERRESPRESENTED GROUPS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) FIELDS, (3) ENHANCE THE NATIONAL AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE, AND (4) DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY, NASA RESEARCH CENTERS AND OTHER FEDERAL LABORATORIES, AND MINORITY AND NON MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. THE URC WILL CONSOLIDATE AND INTEGRATE AN ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTIONING RESEARCH CENTER AT DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY: THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN OPTICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS (CREOSA) FUNDED THROUGH THE NSF-CREST (FUNDING PERIOD: 2006-2011). THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION WILL LEVERAGE CREOSA RESOURCES TO FORM A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR OSCAR. THE RESEARCH FOCUS OF OSCAR WILL BE CENTERED ON THREE MAIN TOPICS: (I) PLANETARY SCIENCE, (II) SPACE COMMUNICATIONS & NAVIGATION, AND (III) ASTROBIOLOGY. THE PROPOSED PROJECTS WILL SUPPORT THE GOALS OF NASA'S EXPLORATION SYSTEMS MISSION DIRECTORATE (ESMD), THE SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE (SMD) AND THE SPACE OPERATIONS MISSION DIRECTORATE (SOMD). OSCAR'S RESEARCH IS SUBDIVIDED INTO TWO CORE TOPICS. CORE 1 PROJECTS WILL FOCUS ON DEVELOPING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATIONS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE. THESE INCLUDE DEVELOPMENTS OF SPACE ATOMIC CLOCK AND OPTICAL GYROSCOPE, POLARIMETRIC LASER DETECTION AND RANGING (LADAR), AND AN AUGMENTED REALITY VISOR INTERFACE FOR HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONS AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPORT OF ASTRONAUTS. CORE 2 PROJECTS WILL CONDUCT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARS EXPLORATION USING CHEMCAM MARS ROVER LIBS INSTRUMENT, AND A REMOTELY-OPERATED LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CENTER WILL WORK IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER (GSFC), NASA/NSSTC ASTROBIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL), LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY (LANL), NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, AND INDUSTRY PARTNER, JUXTOPIA ON VARIOUS PROJECTS.
U009: EDUCATION SERVICES

  NNX09AU90A  
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
POST-CONSTRUCTION MONITORING FOR THE DELAWARE BAY OYSTER RESTORATION PROJECT.
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU08P0252     W912BU08T0065  
Thursday, September 3, 2009
$24,916.00
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

PO Purchase Order
TO QUANTIFY SPATIAL PATTERNS OF GULF STURGEON
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCGA133F09SE4182  
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
$24,916.00
000WC: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION KANSAS CITY

PO Purchase Order
QUANTIFY SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF GULF STURGEON
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  DOCGA133F09SE4069  
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
$71,822.57
000EA: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION - NORFOLK

DCA Definitive Contract
EXERCISE OF OPTION
B516: ANIMAL AND FISHERIES STUDIES

  DOCEA133F08CN0151  
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
POST-CONSTRUCTION MONITORING FOR THE DELAWARE BAY OYSTER RESTORATION PROJECT
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU08P0252     W912BU08T0065  
Thursday, March 5, 2009
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

DCA Definitive Contract
CHANGE IN PROGRAM MANAGER
AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  FA865008C6929  
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
POST-CONSTRUCTION MONITORING FOR THE DELAWARE BAY OYSTER RESTORATION PROJECT
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU08P0252     W912BU08T0065  
Thursday, September 18, 2008
$83,989.63
000EA: EASTERN ACQUISITION DIVISION - NORFOLK

DCA Definitive Contract
ATLANTIC STURGEON SPAWNING HABITS RESEARCH
B516: ANIMAL AND FISHERIES STUDIES

  DOCEA133F08CN0151  
Friday, September 12, 2008
$190,013.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
FA8650: FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL/RQK

DCA Definitive Contract
FY 08 HBCU CONTRACT
AC11: DEFENSE AIRCRAFT (BASIC)

  FA865008C6929  
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
$42,864.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
MONITORING
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU08P0252     W912BU08T0065  
Friday, February 8, 2008
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
PROJECT NO. 124567-- A2340 MONITORING
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU07P0218     W912BU07T0063  
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
$48,500.00
00011: SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PO Purchase Order
THE IMPORTANCE OF ANGEL INVESTING
R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  SBAHQ07M0524  
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
$111,635.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912BU: W2SD ENDIST PHILADELPHIA

PO Purchase Order
PROJECT NO. 124567-- A2340 MONITORING
B534: WILDLIFE STUDIES

  W912BU07P0218     W912BU07T0063  
Thursday, August 4, 2005
$10,633.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W912SU: XR W6BA ACA NRCC

DCA Definitive Contract

R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  W912SU05H8047  
Tuesday, August 2, 2005
$70,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

DCA Definitive Contract

AD92: OTHER DEFENSE (APPLIED/EXPLORATORY)

  W911QX05C0115  
Monday, May 24, 2004
$119,999.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DCA Definitive Contract

U003: RESERVE TRAINING (MILITARY)

  FA701204C0013  
Monday, April 26, 2004
$2,692.84
1200: AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
3K06: USDA ARS APD 3K06

PO Purchase Order
USDA/1890 SCHOLARS PROGRAM TO ASSIST THE 1890 INSTITUTIONS IN ATTRACTING AND GRADUATING A LARGER POOL OF OUTSTANDING SCHOLARS STUDENTS IN TEH AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  AG3K06403K0640607  
Thursday, April 22, 2004
$2,667.84
1200: AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
3K06: USDA ARS APD 3K06

PO Purchase Order
USDA/1890 SCHOLARS PROGRAM TO ASSIST THE 1890 INSTITUTIONS IN ATTRACTING AND GRADUATING A LARGER POOL OF OUTSTANDING SCHOLAR STUDENTS IN THE AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  AG3K06403K0640606  
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
$24,895.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
W911QX: W6QK ACC-APG ADELPHI

PO Purchase Order

R425: ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

  W911QX04P0005  
Saturday, September 27, 2003
$120,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DO Delivery Order

R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  5006     F4964299D5000  
Thursday, June 19, 2003
$10,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

DCA Definitive Contract

AD91: OTHER DEFENSE (BASIC)

  DAAD1702C0108  
Friday, May 30, 2003
$16,938.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
BJ01: ACA, N. REGION CONTRACTING CENTE

DCA Definitive Contract

R419: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

  DABT6002H8196  
Tuesday, May 20, 2003
$120,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DO Delivery Order

R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  5005     F4964299D5000  
Wednesday, January 8, 2003
$50,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

PO Purchase Order

R414: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SERVICES

  DAAD1703P0162  
Monday, September 23, 2002
$75,540.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

DCA Definitive Contract

AD91: OTHER DEFENSE (BASIC)

  DAAD1702C0108  
Thursday, June 27, 2002
$0.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

PO Purchase Order

B529: SCIENTIFIC DATA STUDIES

  DAAD1701P0948  
Thursday, June 27, 2002
$10,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

PO Purchase Order

B529: SCIENTIFIC DATA STUDIES

  DAAD1701P0948  
Monday, May 20, 2002
$100,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DO Delivery Order

R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  5004     F4964299D5000  
Friday, April 12, 2002
$25,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

PO Purchase Order

R425: ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

  DAAD1701P1204  
Friday, September 28, 2001
$50,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
AD17: USA MATERIEL COMMAND ACQUISITION

PO Purchase Order

R425: ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

  DAAD1701P1204  
Sunday, July 15, 2001
$30,000.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00500: DEPT OF HHS/CMS

PO Purchase Order

3590: MISC SERVICE & TRADE EQ

  00500200107BCMS0100285  
Friday, June 1, 2001
$266,156.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DO Delivery Order

R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  5003     F4964299D5000  
Wednesday, May 17, 2000
$191,126.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
LA01: 11 CONS/LGCW

DO Delivery Order

R499: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  5002     F4964299D5000