USASOC seeks sources for SIGINT training

USASOCOn July 21, the U.S. Army Special Operations Command posted a Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) Certification Course Sources Sought (H92239-16-T-0013). Responses are due no later than 2:00pm EST on July 29.

The United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) is seeking to identify sources that are capable of providing training to familiarize trainees with United States Army Military Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) and Special Operations Joint Threat Warning System (JTWS) Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) equipment, within the USASOC directive for conducting geo-location operations in accordance with 3rd Special Forces Groups’ (A) annual training and certification requirements. This course should utilize a modular structure to tailor the course for operational purposes by combining theory and principles, New Equipment Training (NET), applications training and scenario training modules. Additionally, this course should provide personnel with knowledge, skills, and technical acumen that is currently unavailable in the Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and/or the military system, nor can be administered at an Army Foundry Enabled SIGINT site.

Services include training in the following areas:
1. 2G (Mode 1) Ground Operator’s Certification IAW NGW-ITOS PGL In-Theater Policy
2. 3G (Mode 2) Ground Operator’s Certification IAW NGW-ITOS PGL In-Theater Policy
3. PCS comms, PTT, 802.11 course
4. 2G/3G Survey Course
5. Applied Theory

The training location will be within a 50-mile radius of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Interested parties must have and hold a TS Clearance through entire duration of the contract. The period of performance will be for 12 months, in which all training must be completed.

Interested parties must demonstrate experience in providing the course outlined or similar support services. Interested parties are requested to submit a capabilities statement that clearly demonstrates their corporate capabilities, a summary of relevant experience and knowledge that addresses the stated areas of interest. The statement should also include substantive current and/or recent past performance references that identify the contract number, customer, contract value, type of contract, period of performance, prime or subcontractor designation, and a brief description of the services. The contractor shall also include information on any existing contract vehicles these services these services may be procured under (i.e. GSA). Capability statement shall also provide information on firm’s ability to offer certifications to students upon successful completion of the course.

Full information is available here.

Source: FedBizOpps