M4 Engineering has discovered that developing the technology components and integrated MDAO processes such as those proposed in this Phase II has significant impact in our capturing related commercial work. Getting M4 modules into NASA's open-source framework increases the commercialization potential for those M4 modules and other associated M4 products. The applications developed in Phase II and transitioning to Phase III will not only serve as demonstrations of M4's capability, but will also provide exposure of the technology to the technical leadership of future development efforts, giving excellent chances of technology transition to these programs. M4 Engineering will explore commercializing our technology by developing components that can be used as plug-ins to Phoenix Integration's ModelCenter framework. We would exploit Phoenix Integration's established customer base to showcase our products. M4 Engineering's GMAP application is the first component that would be enhanced to be a ModelCenter plug-in. This component is being used within the Integrated MDO Objects to handle geometry morphing and querying capabilities. M4 Engineering participated in the NASA Glenn Infusion Assistance Program, which culminated in the June 2009 NAVY Opportunity Forum (NOF) / NASA Showcase (NS). Through this program, M4 Engineering learned about Phase III funding mechanisms and Phase III transition strategies. NASA GRC has a far-term goal of demonstrating OpenMDAO by September 2012. This Phase II proposal directly supports NASA's goals by integrating existing M4 Engineering discipline-specific and common object modules into OpenMDAO framework and giving users a baseline set of modules available for immediate use in constructing and solving MDAO problems. Disseminating NASA software is achieved when modules such as the propulsion module are integrated in OpenMDAO. The propulsion module is based on NPSS, which is NASA software. When the propulsion module is integrated, users automatically have access to NPSS. Other NASA codes that will be integrated as a result of this effort are ANOPP (Noise Module), FLOPS (Mission Module), and MaSCoT (S&C Module). These NASA codes were integrated in Gen1 framework and their integration in OpenMDAO will give users of OpenMDAO access to the same codes as users of Gen1, which will help make OpenMDAO more functional. This open-source framework with ready-to-use M4 components will help create an unbounded development platform that establishes commonality (Python language) without restrictions (open-source) and allows versatility as modules and design tools are available for use as required per configuration.