Solutions Due: 1 August 2022 at 12:00 PM ET

Q&A Responses: 19 July 2022 at 12:00 PM ET

Innovator NETWORX: 30 June 2022 at 1:00 PM ET

Questions Due: 23 June 2022 at 12:00 PM ET

Project TALX: 21 June 2022 at 1:00 PM ET

Final RFS Release: 2 June 2022 at 5:00 PM ET

Draft RFS Release: 12 May 2022 at 5:00 PM ET

Coming Soon Notice: 18 March 2022 at 12:00 PM ET


The solutions deadline for CHILEEE has been extended to 1 August 2022 at 12:00 PM ET. The RFS Revision II update includes two clarifications in Section related to the cycle times and the due date extension.

RFS Revision II: CHILEEE RFS Extension until 1 Aug 2022


The solutions deadline for the CHILEEE opportunity has been extended from the previous date of July 11th to the current date of July 21st. You can find the updated RFS document below.

RFS Revision I: CHILEEE RFS July 1 2022


Following the previous draft version of the RFS, the Government has now released the Final RFS for the CHILEEE opportunity. You can find the Final RFS and accompanying attachments below.

Final RFS for CHILEEE: CHILEEE RFS June 2 2022


The Government has released the Draft RFS (Request for Solutions) for the CHILEEE opportunity. Please find the Draft RFS and accompanying attachments below.


  • Attachment 1: DODI 8510.01 Risk Management Framework RFM
  • Attachment 2: TENA ARD 2016-11 The Test and Training Enabling Architecture
  • Attachment 3: Modular Open Systems Approach Reference Frameworks
  • Attachment 4: Security Process for Vetting Vendors
  • Attachment 5: Question Form
  • Attachment 6: Data Rights Assertions Tables
  • Attachment 7: Data Rights License Terms Definitions
  • Attachment 8: Terms and Conditions and EULA
  • Attachment 9: GFI Tech Data Distribution Agreement
  • Attachment 10: Vendor Self Vetting Form


Thursday, 30 June 2022
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

During this virtual teaming event, members who wish to present will have 5 – 7 minutes to share their capabilities. You can take this time to introduce your organization and meet others who compliment your capabilities.

We highly encourage you to ask questions and build your team for this project! Not ready to present? You can still join and listen to fellow members.

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21 June 2022
1:00 PM ET

Event registration is closed

***Due to the Juneteenth Federal holiday on 20 June 2022, we have rescheduled the CHILEEE Project TALX to 21 June 2022.***

The Government’s CHILEEE team is hosting this interactive briefing, designed to provide insights into this opportunity. The event can help inform your response by giving you a better understanding of the desired outcome, directly from the source.


Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), the synchronization and coordination of offensive, defensive, inform and enabling activities, across the electromagnetic environment and cyberspace, are increasingly jeopardizing the survivability and security of Department of Defense (DOD) assets and infrastructure. The U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground (EPG), working with the Army’s Redstone Test Center (RTC), is charged with providing developmental test (DT) capabilities that expose tactical assets being developed for our Warfighters against realistic hostile electromagnetic environments to include CEMA. The increase in CEMA hostile activities is being driven, in part, by the proliferation of software defined radio (SDR) technology and personal electronic devices making radio frequency (RF) development faster, cheaper, and easier. EPG lacks a capability that will enable better DT of tactical systems against CEMA attacks in a repeatable, agile, and adaptive environment.

The CHILEEE prototype project will develop, demonstrate, assess, and transition a HWIL test capability that puts a SUT in an emulated electromagnetic environment. The environment is augmented with CEMA challenges developed using known SUT specific methodologies. The CHILEEE prototype project seeks to provide automated capabilities to plan, set-up, execute, and analyze DTs in realistic battlefield RF environments that also expose a system to SUT specific CEMA threats. Because CEMA attacks are often tailored to a specific system, CHILEEE will demonstrate a novel approach to automate CEMA attacks developed using automated routines based on known CEMA methodologies.

CHILEEE will also attempt to employ artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML) for the development of CEMA and electronic warfare (EW) threats. Successful utilization of AI/ML for this purpose would provide a game-changing capability in this area of DT. However, success in this part of CHILEEE is not required for this development to provide significant capability to EPG.

The CHILEEE prototype project will use state-of-the-art SDR technologies to provide a HWIL test capability that exposes a SUT to realistic RF environments. SUT types that will benefit from CHILEEE include, but are not necessarily limited too, command and control (C2) systems, tactical radios, information technology (IT), assured position, navigation, and timing (APNT), radars, and missile fire control systems. The RF environments will include RF signals emulating radios, Wi-Fi, cellular, global positioning systems (GPS), other country GPS signals, and other commonly occurring signals. The RF environment will include signals produced by Army, Joint, and Coalition systems such as radars, tactical radios, and jammers. Furthermore, the RF environment will include known common RF threat signals, integrated air, and missile defense (IADS) assets, and include any available threat waveforms developed by other organizations. Finally, the RF environment will be augmented by complex CEMA attacks some of which will include threats generated by ML algorithms. The Government anticipates this effort will be unclassified (UNCLASS).

The envisioned CHILEEE prototype solution is depicted in the figure below.

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