Army Training and Doctrine Command seeks ISR mobile advisory team support

Army 112On July 31, the Army Contracting Command issued a solicitation for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Mobile Advisory Team (ISRMAT) Support for the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 (Intelligence) at Fort Eustis, VA, Newport News (Solicitation Number: W911S0-15-R0015).

The ISR team researches, develops, and characterizes current and future threat signatures, patterns, and processes for application in the development of ISR concepts, systems, doctrine, force design, and training development and in support of all Modeling and Simulation (M&S) efforts and requires capability to rapidly deploy small teams of personnel, with little support, providing direct over-the-shoulder advising/ coaching/ mentoring assistance to tactical U.S. and Coalition units.

The US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, is responsible for providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to (ISAF) Special Operations Forces (SOF) in the form of mobile assistance teams that train Soldiers in theater. This is a requirement for trained and certified Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Mobile Assistance Team (ISRMAT) personnel to provide ISR advisory and assistance capacity to the Regional Commands (RC) and Train Advise and Assist Commands (TAAC), Combined Joint Special Operations Task force (CJSOTF) and International Security Assistance Force – Special Operations Force (ISAF-SOF), focused on improving staff communication and processes, refinement of planning and requirements, and increasing ISR effectiveness for boots on the ground.

The requirement will be solicited as a 100% HUBZone Small Business Set Aside. The Government contemplates awarding a firm-fixed price (FFP) contract with cost contract line item numbers (CLINs) for travel and other direct costs (ODCs). The period of performance is a one-year base period and two (2) one-year option periods.

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