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MARADMIN 250/19

THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19

Date Signed: 4/24/2019
MARADMINS Number: 250/19

R 232115Z APR 19
MARADMIN 250/19
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC CDI//
SUBJ/THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19//
REF/A/MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC CDI/R 232102Z NOV 16//
REF/B/DOC/CMC WASHINGTON DC/25SEP08//
NARR/REF A ANNOUNCED THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19 AND REF B IS MCO 3902.1D, MARINE CORPS STUDIES SYSTEM (MCSS)//
POC/JAMES A. EVANS/GS15/OAD/TEL:  703-432-8124/EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/LISA R. WATTS/GS13/OAD/TEL:  703-432-8189/EMAIL: [email protected]//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1.  Per the references, this message announces the Call for Studies for the 3rd QTR of FY19.
2.  This message solicits nominations for relevant and impactful studies.  While the Studies Review Board (SRB) will consider all nominations, preference will be given to those soliciting analytical support to issues derived from the National Defense Strategy, Defense Planning Guidance, the Littoral Operations in Contested Environments (LOCE) concept, and the recently signed Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations (EABO) concept.  Examples include nominations related to the organization, equipment, and operations that support LOCE and EABO concepts.  The nomination period is 6 May 2019 through 7 June 2019. The SRB will meet from 12-13 June 2019 at 18354 Quantico Gateway Dr Suite 100 Triangle, VA 22172.
3.  Action.  Organizations and individuals interested in submitting a study nomination shall meet the following requirements:
3.A.  Nominations must have approval and support of a senior officer(Colonel/GS-15 civilian or above) at the submitting command, who shall be the study sponsor.
3.B.  Each Study Project Officer (SPO), assigned by the study sponsor, must be a Marine or government employee, contractors are not permitted to act as the SPO.  The SPO must be available to assist in developing the performance work statement or study plan, have sufficient time at his/her current assignment to support study performer(s), and assist with the collection of data and completion of the study.
4.  Nominations will be submitted via email.  You may request a nomination form by emailing mcss(AT)usmc.mil.  This form is the only acceptable form for submission.  Nominations submitted using any other form shall be returned for resubmission.  Completed forms shall be submitted via email to mcss(AT)usmc.mil.
5.  Nominations may be submitted at any time, however, non-urgent requirements will be held until the next SRB.
6.  Assistance and consultation in shaping study nominations is available from Mr. James Evans at [email protected]  To obtain additional information regarding OAD study nomination submissions, please visit:  http:(slash)(slash)www.mccdc.marines.mil/Units/OAD/Marine-Corps-Study-System.aspx.
7.  Questions regarding this announcement or the Marine Corps Studies System (MCSS) process may be directed to Lisa Watts, email:  [email protected]
8. Release authorized by Lieutenant General D. H. Berger, Deputy Commandant, Combat Development and Integration.//



MARADMIN 250/19

THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19

Date Signed: 4/24/2019
MARADMINS Number: 250/19

R 232115Z APR 19
MARADMIN 250/19
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC CDI//
SUBJ/THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19//
REF/A/MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC CDI/R 232102Z NOV 16//
REF/B/DOC/CMC WASHINGTON DC/25SEP08//
NARR/REF A ANNOUNCED THE CALL FOR STUDIES FOR THE 3RD QTR OF FY19 AND REF B IS MCO 3902.1D, MARINE CORPS STUDIES SYSTEM (MCSS)//
POC/JAMES A. EVANS/GS15/OAD/TEL:  703-432-8124/EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/LISA R. WATTS/GS13/OAD/TEL:  703-432-8189/EMAIL: [email protected]//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1.  Per the references, this message announces the Call for Studies for the 3rd QTR of FY19.
2.  This message solicits nominations for relevant and impactful studies.  While the Studies Review Board (SRB) will consider all nominations, preference will be given to those soliciting analytical support to issues derived from the National Defense Strategy, Defense Planning Guidance, the Littoral Operations in Contested Environments (LOCE) concept, and the recently signed Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations (EABO) concept.  Examples include nominations related to the organization, equipment, and operations that support LOCE and EABO concepts.  The nomination period is 6 May 2019 through 7 June 2019. The SRB will meet from 12-13 June 2019 at 18354 Quantico Gateway Dr Suite 100 Triangle, VA 22172.
3.  Action.  Organizations and individuals interested in submitting a study nomination shall meet the following requirements:
3.A.  Nominations must have approval and support of a senior officer(Colonel/GS-15 civilian or above) at the submitting command, who shall be the study sponsor.
3.B.  Each Study Project Officer (SPO), assigned by the study sponsor, must be a Marine or government employee, contractors are not permitted to act as the SPO.  The SPO must be available to assist in developing the performance work statement or study plan, have sufficient time at his/her current assignment to support study performer(s), and assist with the collection of data and completion of the study.
4.  Nominations will be submitted via email.  You may request a nomination form by emailing mcss(AT)usmc.mil.  This form is the only acceptable form for submission.  Nominations submitted using any other form shall be returned for resubmission.  Completed forms shall be submitted via email to mcss(AT)usmc.mil.
5.  Nominations may be submitted at any time, however, non-urgent requirements will be held until the next SRB.
6.  Assistance and consultation in shaping study nominations is available from Mr. James Evans at [email protected]  To obtain additional information regarding OAD study nomination submissions, please visit:  http:(slash)(slash)www.mccdc.marines.mil/Units/OAD/Marine-Corps-Study-System.aspx.
7.  Questions regarding this announcement or the Marine Corps Studies System (MCSS) process may be directed to Lisa Watts, email:  [email protected]
8. Release authorized by Lieutenant General D. H. Berger, Deputy Commandant, Combat Development and Integration.//