Air Force releases EC2 solicitation
On September 26, the U.S. Air Force posted the Enterprise Cyber Capabilities (EC2) solicitation. Proposals are due by 4:00 p.m. Central on October 26.
The Enterprise Cyber Capabilities (EC2) seeks to leverage economies of scale and reduce the Air Force’s overall information technology footprint. The EC2 is a multiple-award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), 10-year (five-year base and five-year option period) contract. This effort enables AMIC customers to build, operate, support, defend, extend, and engage in cyberspace, thus ensuring US warfighters maintain the information advantage over our adversaries.
Moreover, the impending EC2 vehicle supports and enables the entire cyber framework, including C2, cyber operations, cyber planning, cyber security, cyber analysis, full spectrum testing, TTP development, modeling and simulation, cyber mission essential support, threat assessment support, targeting and analysis support, real time operation and integration activities, software and tool development, vulnerability research, intrusion detection and prevention support, cyber qualification training, and strategic management support.
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