Air Force releases SETA VI RFP

On March 11, the U.S. Air Force released the solicitation documents for the Systems Engineering & Technical Assistance (SETA VI) acquisition. Proposals are due by 2:00 p.m. Central on April 12.

The Systems Engineering & Technical Assistance (SETA VI) contract shall serve as a vehicle to provide broad technical and analytical services to support and improve policy development, decision making, and management and administration, as well as improve the operation of systems within the primary using activities’ areas of responsibility.

Requirements take the form of information, advice, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training, and the day-to-day aid of support personnel needed to complement the Government’s technical expertise. The objective of this contract action is to augment AFSOC’s organic (military and civil service) capabilities and acquire intellectual capital support in the areas of: Management and Professional Support Services; Education and Training; Engineering and Technical Services; and Professional Services. Although this synopsis describes the general and representative efforts required under the SETA contract, the specific task requirements will be defined by individual Task Orders (TOs) awarded under the basic contract.

The contractor shall provide the necessary services to support all mission areas of HQ AFSOC and its subordinate units as specified and ordered under individual TOs. The types of technical, engineering and acquisition management efforts the SETA contractor shall be required to assist with or to perform are exemplified by, but not limited to, the support to Air Force (AF) organizations in three functional areas:

  • Management and Professional Support Services
  • Education and Training
  • Engineering and Technical Services

There may be occasional requirements for Additional Professional Services and Non-A&AS support as well.

Review the full SETA VI RFP.

Source: SAM

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