Marine Corps seeks sources for Capabilities Development Directorate support

On August 10, the U.S. Marine Corps posted a sources sought announcement for Capabilities Development Directorate support (Solicitation Number: MCINCR-RCO-SSA-0131).

Marine Corps Installations, Northern Capital Region-Regional Contracting Office (MCINCR-RCO), Marine Corps Base, Quantico, VA is seeking sources for Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD) Support Services.

CDD supports the DC, CD&I by developing and integrating war fighting capabilities solutions enabling an effective Marine Corps capability to respond to strategic challenges and opportunities. CDD provides subject matter experts in the areas of: Command and Control, Cyber, Electronic Warfare, Information Operations, Space and Information Warfare, Fires and Maneuvers, Force Protection, Intelligence, Logistics, Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Integration, Total Force Structure, Seabasing, and Expeditionary Energy.

In consideration of overarching national strategic and service guidance and concepts development, the Directorate conducts analysis across the complete spectrum of Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P). The identification of Enterprise-wide capabilities, gaps, capability excesses, solutions, and risk areas is incorporated into the development of the Marine Corps Enterprise Integration Plan (MCEIP) and other capabilities development documents (i.e. (Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS)), and the management of Universal Needs Statements (UNS) requiring vigilant and dedicated coordination by respective subject matter experts supported by a business infrastructure with which to further capability development from concept to acquisition and fielding.

Additionally, the Directorate is responsible for the process, management, development and maintenance of all Service doctrine and participation in Joint and allied doctrine publication development as well as the management of the Marine Corps Task List (MCTL) and all mission essential tasks (METS).

The anticipated period of performance is 5 years and would begin on or after April of 2018. Preponderance of support will be offsite at contractor facilities with limited onsite support at Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD), Quantico, VA.  The contract type will be a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) multiple award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The IDIQ contract will consist of multiple task areas/CLINs and cost reimbursable CLINs for Travel. The current strategy, subject to change and approval, is to award approximately four (4) IDIQ contracts.

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Source: FedBizOpps