DME Annual Plan projects are competed the year prior to the anticipated basket or funded award. The Tabs correspond to the Annual Plans competed to date, e.g. AP18 is the DME FY18 Annual Plan.

Funding Profile Tabs

As of 02/13/20

AP20 Projects Funded % Funding Expected Funding Awarded Difference
22 0 0% $35,933,000.00 $0.00 $(35,933,000.00)

 

As of 02/13/20

AP19 Projects Funded % Funding Expected Funding Awarded Difference
10 2 20% $9,310,000.00 $1,292,971.00 $(8,017,029.00)

 

As of 02/13/20

AP18 Projects Funded % Funding Expected Funding Awarded Difference
37 5 14% $15,245,000.00 $3,729,767.59 $(11,515,232.41)

 

As of 02/13/20

AP17 Projects Funded % Funding Expected Funding Awarded Difference
73 21 29% $41,467,000.00 $39,942,531.23 $(1,524,468.77)

As of 02/13/20

AP1516 Projects Funded % Funding Expected Funding Awarded Difference
115 38 33% $85,759,500.00 $157,175,761.19 $71,416,261.19
Business Processes
Type Definition
Annual Cycle These projects are solicited once per year through the Annual Plan and are the Government’s projects of interest for the following year. Annual Plan projects are competed in advance of the Fiscal Year money being released.
Ad Hoc Projects These are special projects that do not fit into the Annual Cycle. They consist of high dollar amounts, military field requirements, or other special needs. Ad Hoc projects must have funding in hand.
RPP Requests for Prototype Proposals (RPP) are released for both the Annual Cycle and AdHocs. Proposals which are deemed technically acceptable and are not awarded through the RPP, are placed in the basket for 36-months from the date of the RPP close.
Basket Pull These are projects that were determined to be technically acceptable and are awaiting funding. Government can pull proposals any time funding becomes available. Proposals are good for 36-months from the date of the close of the Request for Prototype Projects (RPP).
Task Request A Task Request is awarded directly from the Government to the NAMC, which performs the project as prime and involves Members to participate as subcontractors.
SBIR Phase III These are a continuation of SBIR projects which show a logical path from a previous DoD funded SBIR.