This third community announcement about the fourth New Frontiers Announcement of Opportunity (AO) provides the agenda for Technology Workshop being held June 1, 2016, at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Bethesda, MD. The goal of this workshop is to educate the potential proposing community on technologies being offered by NASA and other organizations and inform how each technology will be supported to the proposal team.
The workshop agenda is posted on the New Frontiers Acquisition website at http://newfrontiers.larc.nasa.gov/. The workshop will be broadcast via WebEx using the following information:
Meeting number: 996 367 002
Meeting password: W@lc0m31
Free phone/Toll Free: USA callers: 888-989-9772
International callers 1-203-827-7011
Participant Passcode: 7270833
A poster session will be held in parallel with and after the oral presentations are complete to encourage interaction between technology providers and potential proposers. In addition, attendees may request a one-on-one meeting for more in depth discussions with any technology provider(s) listed on the agenda. To request such a meeting, please contact Dr. Curt Niebur via E-mail (email@example.com) with the subject line “Technology meeting request.” Since a limited number of private meeting rooms are available, these slots are limited to 30 minutes. NASA may not be able to accommodate all requests for one-on-one meetings.
NASA has not approved the issuance of the New Frontiers AO and this notification does not obligate NASA to issue the AO and solicit proposals. Any costs incurred by prospective investigators in preparing submissions in response to this notification or the planned draft New Frontiers AO are incurred completely at the submitter’s own risk.
Further information will be posted on the New Frontiers Program Acquisition Page at http://newfrontiers.larc.nasa.gov/ as it becomes available. Questions may be addressed to Dr. Curt Niebur, New Frontiers Program Lead Scientist, Planetary Science Division, Science Mission Directorate, NASA, Washington, DC 20546; Tel.: (202) 358-0390; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.