Air Force Space Command posts sources sought
On December 15, the U.S. Air Force Space Command posted a sources sought follow-up notice for Framework Custodian Support for TAP Lab and OBAC. Capability statements will be accepted until January 15.
Statement of Capabilities (SOC) instructions and the draft task statement is included in an attachment to this announcement. Interested parties are requested provide new or updated statement of capabilities based on the added/changed content of the work statement attached to this sources sought announcement.
Please note, the attachment to this notice states that responses are due in 15 days, however we are accepting responses until close of business 15 January 2018.
This is a Sources Sought Follow Up. The Space and Missile Systems Center, Remote Sensing Systems Directorate (SMC/RS) located at Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, is seeking information in the form of Statements of Capabilities (SOC) from interested parties in support of the SMC/RS Data Exploitation Division (SMC/RSX) requirement described below.
The purpose of this notice is to identify potential sources that can meet SMC/RSX’s requirement. The Government reserves the right, and intends, to set this acquisition, or portions thereof, aside for small business – to include socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, or woman-owned businesses.
Currently, the Government anticipates that the contractor shall provide a workforce of approximately 44 (was 16 in original posting) personnel, but is requesting feedback from Industry if there are reasons to have a much larger or smaller workforce. Contract will start in USG Fiscal Year (FY) 2019. Current estimated award will be in 2nd or 3rd Quarter of FY19. The government expects to release the draft solicitation NET March 2018.
The Government anticipates a base contract of 2 years, with three 1-year options.
Background & Description
SMC/RS requires system engineering, software and hardware engineering, administrative/facility security, facilities maintenance, and information/cyber defense support for the TAP Lab in Boulder, CO. Associated tasks include security and information assurance, configuration management, software engineering and configuration/version control, hardware engineering, interim contractor support for OBAC and system administration/networking/help desk. Additionally, SMC/RS requests contractor feedback on feasibility and corporate capabilities to sustain applications delivered by 3rd party vendors.
Full information is available here.