Air Force wants new audio visual and video teleconferencing gear at Lackland AFB
The Air Force Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency, headquartered at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, is gathering market research information from companies that can install audio visual and video teleconferencing equipment in its headquarters building, up to the Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information TS/SCI classification.
The contract envisioned by the agency would also include maintenance support, according to a sources sought notice published on January 9. “It includes, but is not limited to, six (6) dedicated VTC suites and one (1) large auditorium with audio and video capabilities with over 75 desktop VTC systems and a VTC operations center that houses a Multiple Control Unit MCU Tier I internal VTC network,” says the notice.
Prospective contractors, including possible 8(a) small business sources, are asked to supply the agency with their detailed capability statements by January 23. The Air Force envisions a one-year base contract, plus four one-year option periods.
“The contractor shall provide AV and VTC system maintenance support, design and installation to include developing and providing technical solutions,” says the notice. “The contractor shall provide Information Technology (IT) Operating System Support (OSS), System Design and Installation (SSDI) services.”
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