Army INSCOM posts sources sought for Army Research and Technology Protection Center
On February 3, the U.S. Army issued the following sources sought notice for the Army Research and Technology Protection Center. The deadline for response to this request is no later than 11 am, EST, on February 16.
The U.S. Army Contracting Command – New Jersey, on behalf of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), Army Research and Technology Center (ARTPC) is issuing this sources sought synopsis as a means of conducting market research to identify parties having an interest in and the resources to support the requirement to provide support in technology protection, intelligence analysis and computer science. The intention is to procure these services on a competitive basis.
The U.S. research laboratories and engineering centers are developing the advanced technology that will form the heart of the Army’s future fighting force. The Army must have an integrated Research and Technology Protection (RTP) program and Cyber Intrusion Damage Assessment (CIDA) program with the ability to perform identification and protection of technologies essential to the Army’s mission and ability to fight and win when those systems are fielded.
The Government will evaluate market information to ascertain potential market capacity to: 1) provide services consistent, in scope and scale, with those described in this notice and otherwise anticipated; 2) secure and apply the full range of corporate financial, human capital, and technical resources required to successfully perform similar requirements; 3) implement a successful project management plan that includes: compliance with tight program schedules; cost containment; meeting and tracking performance; hiring and retention of key personnel and risk mitigation; and 4) provide services under a performance based service acquisition contract.
Full information is available here.