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Description

Scope

Potential Clients

Air Force

Space and Missile Systems Center
(SMC)

• Space-enabled global communications capabilities to support national objectives.

• Develops GPS, missile warning/defense surveillance

• Control systems, environmental data, weapons contract management solutions, technology maturation, and financial management for SMC acquisition programs.

• Research & Development (R&D)

• Concept Development

• Purchasing of military space systems

• U.S. Air Force Space Command

• Space Development and Test Wing

• Space Warfare Center

Army

Army Intelligence Campaign Initiatives Group (AI-CIG)

• Conducts intelligence, security, and information operations for military commanders and national decision makers.

 

• Automated analytical and decision support tools:

• Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)

• Army Intelligence Campaign Plan

• Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) 

• Army Tactical Needs Databases

• Electronic AI-CIG

• INSCOM (U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command)

Army

Army Research Lab R&D

• Conducts the U.S. Army basic science programs—as in-house scientists and engineers or, as contractors in private industry and academia.

• Research & Analysis

• Mobility & Logistics

• Networks

• Power & Energy

• Science & Technology

Human Training Technology

• AMC (U.S. Army Materiel Command)

• RDEC (U.S. Army Research Development & Engineering Command)

• CTAs (Collaborative Technology Alliances)

• SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research)

• International Collaborative Activities

Army

CERDEC R&D at Aberdeen Proving Grounds (ARL) - SOCOM

• Acquire, establish and sustain state-of-the-art facilities, equipment

• IT infrastructure that enables leading edge research development and engineering capabilities

• Protects the Warfighter to enable Army dominance

• R&D (ARO)

• Installation Management

• Operation & Support Services

• Human Research & Engineering

• Computational & Information Sciences

• Weapons & Materials Research 

• Industry & Academia Researchers

• AMC

• DoD

• U.S. Army National Guard

• U.S. Army Reserve

Army

Information Technology Enterprise Solutions
(ITES) - 2S

• Provides end-to-end solutions to satisfy worldwide development, deployment, operation, maintenance, and sustainment requirements

• Support to analyze requirements, develop and implement recommended solutions, and operate and maintain legacy systems, and equipment.

• Army enterprise infrastructure and infostructure

• (IT) services worldwide.

• Command, Control, Communications,

• Computers, and Information Management (C4IM)
*as defined in Army Regulation

• Army Contracting Agency (ACA)

• E-Commerce and Commercial Contracting Center (ITEC4)

• DoD

• Office of the Secretary of Defense

• Networks and Information Integration

• SBA

• Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics

Army

INSCOM Omnibus III Set Aside

• Conducts intelligence, security, and information operations for military commanders and national decision makers.

• Information Technology/Management

• Force Management

• Intelligence/Operations

• Program and Resource Analysis

• Administrative

• INSCOM

• NGIC

• RDEC/ARL

Army

Rapid Response Third Generation (R23G)

• Provides unique, flexible acquisition and technical expertise.

• Provides critical equipment and engineering services to government system, platform and item managers worldwide.

• Critical Equiptment & Engineering Services

• U.S. Department of State

• NASA

• DoD

• U.S. Department of Commerce

• C4ISR

• CECOM

Army

U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (AMCOM EXPRESS)

• A multiple award BPA program leveraging GSA schedules to provide comprehensive advisory and assistance services

• Advisory and Assistance Services for Team Redstone

• Technical, Logistics, Programmatic, Business, & Analytical Domains

• AMCOM Life Cycle Management Command

• PEOs- (U.S. Army Program Executive Offices)

• AMC (U.S. Army Materiel Command)

• U.S. Army Research

• Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM)

Department of Defense

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) ENCORE II

• IT Solutions within the Military Services and DoD to satisfy IT requirements from old legacy systems to net-centric technologies.

• Engineering Services

• Hardware, Equipment and Maintenance Services

• Integration & Support Services

• Military Services

• DoD

• Federal Government agencies

Department of Defense

Program and Operations Support for DoD Counter Narcoterrorism Program Office (CNTPO)

• Developing technology for interagency and multi-national operations to disrupt, deter and deny narcoterrorist activities.

• R&D

• Systems Integration & Engineering

• Product Data

• Hardware & Software Development

• Logistics Support & Analysis

• Office of the Secretary of Defense

• DASD-CN (Deputy Assistant Secretary for Counter Narcoterrorism)

Department of the Treasury

Total Information Processing Support Services (TIPSS-4)

• Design, development, deployment, operations and maintenance of IRS IT Systems

• New procedures development for all  aspects of systems security (e.g. risk analyses, systems changes, and management controls).

• IT Development

• Operations & Maintenance

• Cybersecurity

• Program Management Support

• DOT (Department of Treasury)

• Treasury Bureaus

• IRS ITS (Information Technology Services)

Marine
Corps

Commercial Enterprise Omnibus Support Services (CEOss)

• Coordinate requirements, establish contractual relationships, provide analytical and procurement planning services, and ensure appropriate regulatory compliance. 

• Specialty Engineering

• Business and Analytical

• Acquisition, Logistics and Administration

• IT Professional Services

• Engineering and Scientific Services

• MCSC (Marine • Corps Systems Command)

• MCTSS (Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support)

Navy

Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e)

• SeaPort-e allows the Navy to more efficiently contract needed services from private sector businesses to get better service while reducing administrative costs.

• Requests for services are managed from “cradle to grave."

• Support services for all phases of weapon systems acquisition:

• R&D

• Prototyping

• Acquisition Logistics

• Modeling

• Test & Evaluation Trials

• Engineering Support

• NAVAIR (Naval Air Systems Command)

• NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command)

SPAWAR (Space • and Naval Warfare Systems Command)

• NAVSUP (Naval Supply Systems Command)

• Military Sealift Command

• Naval Facilities Engineering Command

• Strategic Systems Programs

• USMC (U.S. Marine Corps) 

• Small businesses