NGIC posts synopsis for upcoming EWIR RFP
On February 19, the U.S. Army posted a presolicitation synopsis for Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming (EWIR) analysis, production, and process support services. The Army expects to post the RFP on or about March 10.
The SEC National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) branch of Army Contracting Command-INSCOM (ACC-I), Acquisition Support Division (ASD), intends to issue a full-and-open competitive solicitation for Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming (EWIR) analysis, production, and process support services.
The U.S. Government anticipates a single award, cost-plus-fixed-fee (CPFF), indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract type.
A non-personnel service contract for highly specialized, mission-critical EWIR support services is anticipated. Required services include all-source intelligence research, data transfer and administration, EWIR database system (EWIRDB) initialization, comprehensive EWIRDB system updates, continuous lifecycle EWIRDB system production, intelligence support to procurement and acquisition programs, parametric review of intelligence data, electronic intelligence database maintenance, and project management.
The contractor shall be tasked to perform EWIR production, an on-going effort that involves analysis of all-source intelligence information and electronic intelligence (ELINT) intercept data, the derivation of threat system assessments and identification of signal parameters, and the publication of validated system and signal information in the EWIRDB.
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