INSCOM releases GILE sources sought
On June 15, the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) released the sources sought notice for the G4 Global Intelligence Logistics and Engineering (GILE). Responses are due by 5:00 p.m. Eastern on July 7.
The GILE contract provides flexible and responsive worldwide integrated logistics and engineering support to INSCOM Headquarters (HQs) and Major Subordinate Commands (MSCs), Army Intelligence, Army Cyber, and the Intelligence Community. This acquisition is for global multi-disciplined engineering, facilities, maintenance, logistics, and sustainment support to INSCOM, Army Intelligence, ARCYBER, Joint Forces, Combatant Commands, and the IC.
The INSCOM G-4 has a non-personal services requirement to provide multi-disciplined engineering, facilities, maintenance, logistics, and sustainment support to U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Headquarters and its subordinate units, Army Intelligence, Joint Forces, Combatant Commands, and the Intelligence Community (IC). INSCOM G-4 has responsibility for worldwide integrated facility and logistics support to ground and airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems, and intelligence operational facilities.
INSCOM executes mission command of operational intelligence and security forces; conduct and synchronize world-wide multidiscipline and all-source intelligence and security operations; deliver linguist support, intelligence related advanced skills training, acquisition support, logistics, communications, and other specialized capabilities in support of Army, Joint, and Coalition Commands.
The Contractor shall provide the necessary products and services required by INSCOM and the IC as outlined in this PWS. The PWS outlines requirements to support INSCOM’s mission outlined in paragraphs 1.0 – 1.2 above. Anticipate requirements and employ innovative techniques to equip and sustain Soldiers, Civilians, systems, and facilities to accomplish the mission and enhance readiness as part of a Combined, Joint, and Intelligence Community interdependent team.
These services will support tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence units, personnel and their ground and aerial intelligence equipment and operations facilities and infrastructure and may occur from multiple locations simultaneously. This acquisition also incorporates program management; logistics planning, programming, and services; engineering services; software development, and Logistics and Facilities Common Operating Picture (COP); sustainment and maintenance of non-standard (non-Program of Record), and Program of Record, intelligence systems to include the integration of new intelligence technologies and capabilities; hardware design and integration; network management; support to technology development and application. Performance begins at home station, supporting admin operations and training, and continues while preparing for deployment, while deployed, and during post-deployment operations when returning from war or contingency operations.
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