MCIA seeks geospatial dissemination and integration support
On January 26, the Marine Corps Regional Contracting Office – National Capital Region (RCO-NCR) issued the following “sources sought” notice (Solicitation Number: M00264-15-RFI-0201). The RCO-NCR seeks responses from all sources, including small businesses that can provide the required services. Interested vendors should submit a brief capabilities statement package no later than 4:00pm EDT on February 4, 2015.
The Regional Contracting Office is seeking information for potential sources for Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) Geospatial Dissemination and Integration Support. The mission is to provide On-site support to MCIA’s Office of Dissemination and Integration (ODI) with continuous geospatial networks and systems ranging from SCI, Secret, Unclassified, and the overall operations of ODI.
This PWS is for the provision of contractor services to support the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) with geospatial technical services to support integration and dissemination of geospatial information and intelligence products. The scope of this requirement is to assist in providing enhancements and technical support specifically to the MCIA’s Office of Dissemination and Integration (ODI) to provide a “one-stop shop” for data discovery, downloading, and sharing intelligence information on multiple network domains. These requirements that have been levied on ODI will also include the development of a new online unclassified GIS portal and the continued development of an offline portable dissemination capability known as the ROOK application.
The online and offline portable dissemination systems described above must continue to use the current ESRI, Inc software suit, which has a proven history of success at the MCIA and is also accredited to be used at the MCIA on multiple classified networks. The continued operation and future development of dissemination systems by ODI for the sharing of data and intelligence products is aligned with the requirements outlined in the Marine Corps Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Enterprise (MCISRE) plan provided by Headquarters Marine Corps in October of 2010. The Contractor will provide a combination of onsite and offsite technical assistance and service-oriented support in collaboration with Government personnel.
Required tasks include:
1) On-Site support to Geo-Warehouse Web Dissemination and Development
2) On-Site support to Geospatial Training, Troubleshooting, and Instruction
3) On-Site support to Geodatabase Enhancement and Migration
4) Support to Geospatial Dissemination Services (RONIN Project)
5) Support to Regional Open-Source Operations Kit (ROOK) Development
Full information and submission instructions are available here.