On April 10, the Naval Air Systems Command posted a request for proposals for AIR-4.11 N00421-18-R-0003 Mission Systems Engineering (MSE) supporting AD-4.11.3. Proposals are due by 11:00 a.m. Eastern on May 11.

This requirement is associated with the NAVAIR 4.11 Rapid Capability Engineering & Integration Department Industry Day.

This is a Request for Proposal (RFP). The Government’s intent is to award a Single Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to the offeror who provides the best overall value, with an estimated award of 31 August 2018. The IDIQ will have a five-year ordering period. The resultant contract will be on a Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee and Cost-Reimbursable basis; therefore the successful awardee will be required to have an adequate accounting system upon contract award.

Description of Requirement

The Naval Air Warfare Center – Aircraft Division (AIR- at Patuxent River, MD intends to procure, on a competitive basis, the services necessary to provide Mission System Engineering services for the AIR-4.11.3 Ship Air & Integrated Warfare (SAIW) Division. The services shall include but are not limited to systems engineering, integration/production support, system based Test & Evaluation (T&E) services and in-service life cycle based engineering support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) mission based products and systems.  Specifically, the contract scope includes requirements definition, emerging technologies identification, rapid design engineering, drawing package support, development, customization, manufacturing, fabrication, integration, T&E, installation, certification, maintenance/upgrade, logistics, software development and In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) activities of new and/or existing shipboard, surface, ground-based, and airborne systems.

The Government will not accept or respond to telephone calls or requests for meetings with potential Offerors about this requirement. All questions regarding this procurement must be submitted via email. It is requested that all questions be received within 10 calendar days of the date this solicitation is issued. Questions received after 10 calendar days may not be answered prior to the proposal due date.

Full information is available here.

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  • Randy Baadhio
    April 18, 2018 - 11:01 am

    Great initiative! We are happy to help, in any way we could.

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