Tag! You're it
The U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command in Picatinny Arsenal, N.J., is looking for a system that can tag people who move or disturb material without authorization. The system should mark individuals in a way undetectable to casual inspection but observable through enhanced vision technology, ultraviolet light and other detection gear.
The command also wants visual markings that are difficult to remove from clothing and skin. The marking systems should be effective for three days or longer, require less than a minute to apply, be easily portable and environmentally safe.
Responses are due May 27. Contact James Turner at email@example.com.Tracking migrant students
The Education Department wants a vendor to provide a comprehensive Migrant Student Information Exchange system. The system will help states develop effective methods for electronically transferring student records and determine the number of migratory students in each state.
The fully implemented system should link existing state migrant education program systems, use common data standards and improve data collection and management. It also should give unduplicated counts of migrant students on a statewide and national basis.
Responses are due by June 3. Contact Victor Cairo at firstname.lastname@example.org.AF seeks UAV concepts
The Air Force is looking for information and cost estimates on innovative unmanned aerial vehicle concepts.
The Air Force's UAV Battlelab wants to rapidly identify and demonstrate concepts that exploit the characteristics of remotely piloted aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles to meet warfighters' needs. It focuses on combat applications and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
The proposed concepts must be based on the demonstration of a mature, commercially available technology.
Responses are due April 30, 2006. Contact David Huber at david.huber@nellis. af.mil.