U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence posts sources sought notice

Army 112On January 22, the U.S. Army posted the following sources sought notice, together with additional industry day details for the USAICoE CIO-G6 acquisition (Solicitation Number: W900KK-USAICOE-CIOG6).  Responses are due no later than Wednesday, MARCH 2, 2016, 12:00 PM EST.

Army Contracting Command – Orlando (ACC-ORL) is issuing this Sources Sought Notice (SSN) in support of United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE) requirements. This acquisition will be referred to as USAICoE Chief Information Officer-G6 (CIO-G6) NOTE: This SSN was associated with Special Notice and Request for Information (RFI) listed under solicitation number W900KKHTASC. CIO-G6 requirements will be supported by a separate contract vehicle now associated with this SSN’s solicitation number W900KK-USAICoE-CIOG6.

The Government is seeking information regarding relevant experience and capabilities of industry partners interested in performing this potential requirement. Responses to this SSN will be used to gain insight from industry’s experience performing similar requirements and to analyze the information in order to develop a contract vehicle capable of supporting the described mission. Based on this assessment, the Government will finalize an acquisition strategy and generate a formal draft solicitation.

The Government encourages industry to provide comments and suggestions relating to acquisition strategy to include: NAICS, contract type, contract structure, teaming arrangements, small business participation/set asides, etc.

The Government also encourages industry to provide questions, comments, and suggestions relating to the PWS provided. Questions received will be consolidated, answered and, if deemed valuable information for all interested parties, will be posted at a later date on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website. The Government will not disclose the identity of the potential offeror asking the questions.

Full information is available here.

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