NGA seeks mentor firms for MPP
On April 25, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) posted an announcement seeking Mentor firms for its Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP). Responses are due by 9:00 a.m. Eastern on May 31, according to SAM.gov.
The NGA MPP is seeking eligible Mentor firms for participation in the Department of Defense (DoD) MPP, in accordance with Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) subpart 219.71 and DFARS Appendix I. Formal proposals are not being accepted at this time. However, Mentor firms whose Mentor Application are consistent with the intent of the NGA MPP and have an approved Mentor-Protégé Agreement may be invited to participate in Phase III to submit a cost proposals subject to availability of funds.
The purpose of the DoD MPP is to provide incentives to major DoD contractors to assist Protégé firms and increase the Protégé’s overall participation as prime contractors and/or subcontractors. This is accomplished through technical and developmental assistance from the Mentor to the Protégé. Approved Mentor firms will enter into Mentor-Protégé Agreements with an eligible Protégé.
NGA is focusing on Mentor-Protégé Agreements that are creative, unique and provide a 50% technology transfer component in the technical areas listed below. Proposed applications and/or agreements consisting primarily of business infrastructure, management, and marketing assistance will not be considered for approval.
Categories include: GEOINT Visualization Tasking, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination of the Electromagnetic Spectrum Persistent Surveillance Compressing timelines Horizontal Integration Forward Deployment of Technologies Multi-INT exploitation, etc.
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