SPAWAR posts presolicitation information for MTC2 proposal
On July 20, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command posted a presolicitation notice for maritime tactical command and control (Solicitation Number: N00039-16-R-0007).
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), on behalf of the Program Executive Office (PEO) Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Command and Control Systems Program Office (PMW 150), intends to issue draft documentation ahead of the full and open competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) for the acquisition of Maritime Tactical Command & Control (MTC2) Builds 1 through 4. The required effort will include software development, design, integration, technical and engineering support, configuration management, testing, data management, program management, and logistics – all leading to the delivery of MTC2 Builds 1 through 4.
MTC2 is the designated follow-on to Global Command & Control-Maritime (GCCS-M), and will extend Joint C2 (JC2) capabilities to the maritime environment and provide maritime- unique operational and tactical C2 capabilities ashore and afloat.
The Government anticipates issuing an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with individual Delivery Orders (DO) for each of Build with CPIF CLINS, CPFF CLINS, and Cost-only CLINS. CPIF CLINS will be for software development and integration activities; CPFF CLINS will be for engineering services related to software maintenance; Cost-only CLINS will be for Other Direct Costs (ODC) such as material, software licenses, and travel as necessary. The period of performance is expected to be a two-year base with one three year option.
The Government intends to incrementally release draft documents relative to this future procurement. At this time, the Government is releasing for review/feedback the draft SOW(s), applicable technical documents/GFI, and software source code. These supporting artifacts can be found at https://nesi.spawar.navy.mil/projects/mtc2r1. Please see attached instructions to gain access to NESI.
Full information is available here.