DOE posts sources sought for intelligence technical support
On June 7, the Department of Energy posted a sources sought notice for software system engineering and development. Responses are due by 10:00 a.m. Pacific on June 14.
REQUESTED INFORMATION – Vendors who believe they possess the requisite experience and expertise should respond by indicating their interest and providing sufficient information to demonstrate a capability to provide these services. Responses should include a capability statement that addresses the required technical criteria described as well as a summary of the firm’s experience providing these types of services.
REQUIRED TECHNICAL CRITERIA:
Technical support from specialized subject matter experts (SME) on operations, information management, communication and intelligence based systems.
Include experience in: Cyber Authorization (CA), SIGINT, Geospatial, Electromagnetism (EW), Software Defined Network (SDN), Software Defined Radios (SDR) and Radio Frequency (RF).
Experience providing innovative/non-traditional software/system engineering support
Experience in design, code, integrate, and test specialized prototypes.
RESPONSES – Responses to this notice shall be submitted electronically to BuffLL@nv.doe.gov no later than 10:00 am, Thursday, June 14, 2018 PST. Responses shall not exceed 10 pages and shall not contain any brochures, advertising or any other type of extraneous, graphic literature or documents that have not been requested and are not relevant or essential in demonstrating the company’s ability to provide the required services.
Full information is available here.