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SERDP Funding Opportunities. Dr. Jeffrey Marqusee SERDP Executive Director. DoD’s Environmental Technology Programs. Science and Technology. Demonstration/ Validation. Strategic Environmental Research & Development Program (SERDP). Established by Congress in FY 1991 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • SERDP Funding Opportunities

    Dr. Jeffrey Marqusee SERDP Executive Director

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    DoDs Environmental Technology Programs Science and Technology Demonstration/ Validation

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    Strategic EnvironmentalResearch & Development Program (SERDP)Established by Congress in FY 1991DoD, DOE, and EPA partnership

    SERDP is a requirements driven program that:Identifies high-priority environmental science and technology investment opportunities that address DoD requirementsAdvanced technology development to address near term needsFundamental research to impact real world environmental management

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    Environmental Technology Development Process SERDPESTCPServiceRequirementsBasic/Applied ResearchImplementationAdvancedDevelopmentDemonstration/ValidationDUSD(I&E)DDR&EDUSD(I&E)REGULATORY COOPERATION

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    Environmental DriversSustainability of Ranges, Facilities, and OperationsMaritime SustainabilityThreatened and Endangered SpeciesToxic Air Emissions and DustUrban Growth &EncroachmentNoiseUXO & Munitions ConstituentsClimate Change

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    Environmental DriversReduction of Current and Future LiabilityContamination from Past PracticesPollution Prevention to ControlLife Cycle Costs Groundwater, Soils and Sediments Large UXO Liability Emerging ContaminantsElimination of Pollutants and Hazardous Materials in Manufacturing Maintenance & Operations

    Achieve Compliance Through Pollution Prevention

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    Focus Area Management StructureWeapons Systems& PlatformsMunitionsManagementEnvironmentalRestorationSustainable Infrastructure

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    SERDP Funding$ M

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    68.8740.8

    69.0380

    70.0860

    71.3880

    72.3880

    73.3580

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    SERDP

    FY08FY09FY10FY11FY12FY13

    68.969.070.171.472.473.4

    0.80.00.00.00.00.0

    ESTCP

    FY08FY09FY10FY11FY12FY13

    33.11931.632.01931.90432.40432.765

    67.3040000

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    SERDP SolicitationsCORE Statements of Need: 16 SONsMultiple awards per SONMulti-year Proposals & Limited Scope ProposalsBroad Agency Announcement (BAA)Universities, Industry and non-governmental organizationsPre-proposal requiredFederal CallFixed number of multi-year proposal per agencyNo restriction on limited scope proposals

    SEED Statements of Need: 3 SEED SONs$150K or less and approximately 1 yearSeeks innovative high risk and high payoff workBAA and Federal Call

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    Core Solicitation ProcessFederal CallBAA CallCoreSONsPre-proposalFull ProposalPeer ReviewSTC Review and Program DevelopmentSAB ApprovalStaff ReviewFull ProposalPrivate Sector BAAFederal SectorSERDP Selection

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    Core Solicitation DatesBroad Agency AnnouncementPre-proposals due: 4 PM January 7, 2010Full Proposal requested by: February 4, 2010Full proposals due: 4 PM March 11, 2010

    Call to Federal Agencies Full Proposals due: 4 PM March 11, 2010Check with agencys POC to determine internal due dates

    Proposers notified July 2010SAB Presentation (if required) Sept. or Oct. 2010

    Visit the SEDRP web site for Detailswww.serdp.org/funding

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    FY10 Core Solicitation Success Statistics* Award percentages in 2008

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    SEED Solicitation ProcessBAA CallFull ProposalSEEDSONsFederal CallFull ProposalFederal SectorStaff ReviewSTC Review and Program DevelopmentSERDP SelectionPrivate Sector BAA

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    SEED Solicitation Dates

    SERDP SEED SolicitationProposals due by: 4 PM March 11, 2010Government, Universities, Industry and NGO

    Proposers notified July 2010

    Visit the SEDRP web site for Detailswww.serdp.org/funding

  • FY11 Statements of Need

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    FY11 Statements of NeedEnvironmental RestorationDetermination of the Environmental Impacts of Munitions Compounds in the Marine EnvironmentGroundwater Fate, Transport & Treatment of Perfluoroalkyl Contaminated GroundwaterImproved Understanding of Impacts to Groundwater Quality Post-remediationImproved Assessment of the Munitions Constituent Source Term on Operational RangesIn-Situ Remediation of Contaminated Aquatic Sediments - SEED

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    FY11 Statements of NeedSustainable InfrastructureImpacts of Climate Change on Alaskan Ecological SystemsBehavioral Ecology of CetaceansEcological Forestry and Carbon ManagementEcology and Management of Source-sink Populations

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    FY11 Statements of NeedWeapons Systems and PlatformsDevelopment of Alternatives to Copper-Beryllium and Aluminum-Beryllium Alloys For Military ApplicationsEnvironmentally Benign, Insensitive, Castable, High-Performance, Minimum-Smoke Rocket Propellant Understanding the Corrosion Protection Requirements for Adhesive Bond Primers Combustion Science to Reduce Emissions from Military Platforms Burning Alternative FuelsEnvironmentally Benign Low Observable Coating Removal Technologies (Restricted to U.S. Government Organizations Only)Replacement of Hexachloroethane in Handheld Obscurants -SEED

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    FY11 Statements of NeedMunitions ManagementAdvanced Technologies for Detection, Discrimination, and Remediation of Military Munitions on Improvements in the Detection and Remediation of Military Munitions UnderwaterMethods to Support Risk-based Decisions on Munitions Response SitesAdvanced Technologies for Detection, Discrimination, and Remediation of Military Munitions on Land and Underwater - SEED

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    Core Selection CriteriaRelevance (Pass/Fail)Does it address the SON Objective?Is it basic research, applied research, or advanced technology development?Technical MeritOverall scientific and technical merit of the submission PersonnelQualifications capabilities and achievementsCostReasonableness for the technical complexityTransition PlanPlan to transition to implementation or future development

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    SEED Selection Criteria Relevance (Pass/Fail)Does it address the SON Objective?Is it basic research, applied research, or advanced technology development?Technical MeritOverall scientific and technical merit of the submission Strong consideration will be given to innovation Transition PotentialClear identification of the critical proof of conceptIdentification of the future development path

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    Hallmarks of a Competitive ProposalClearly Addresses the Statement of NeedDemonstrates an understanding of the State of the ScienceHypothesis Driven WorkFocused on the Technical ApproachDetailed approachClear experimental design

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    Sponsored By SERDP and ESTCPPartners in Environmental TechnologyTechnical Symposium and Workshop

    December 1-3, 2009Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Washington, D.C.

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    SERDP Websitewww.serdp.org

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