National Ground Intelligence Center eyes support contract worth up to $40 million
The U.S. Army’s National Ground Intelligence Center, based in Charlottesville, VA, has released a sources sought notice to gather market information from companies capable of supporting the Center’s combat incident analysis division as it analyzes data on attacks against U.S. and coalition forces worldwide.
The contract would have a three-year ordering period and a maximum ceiling value of $40 million. “Additional task order(s) may be issued on an annual basis as requirements materialize and funding is secured,” explains the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command.
The required support services will be performed primarily at the ground intelligence center in Charlottesville, says the notice, which was issued on March 20 and calls for industry’s response by April 3.
“Anticipated labor categories/duties might include: Armed Forces Medical Examiner’s (AFME) Liaison, Computer Programmer Database, Battle Damage Collector Continental United States (CONUS), Crew Injury Analyst, Data Analyst I, Data Analyst II, Database Programmer, Incident Reconstruction Analyst, Information Technology (IT) Generalist, Intelligence Analyst, Intelligence Analyst/Quality Management, Lead Senior Battlefield Vehicle Forensic Teams (BVFT) Outside Continental United States (OCONUS), Project Manager (OCONUS), Project Manager/Lead Analyst, Senior BVFT (OCONUS), Senior Computer Programmer, Senior Lead BVFT (OCONUS), Statistician, Technical Requirements/Documentation Specialist, Trainer, Training Manager, and Web Programmer,” says the sources sought document.
Further information is available from Brian Ellison at 434-980-7818.