USCENTCOM seeks feedback on CHIPS

On April 29, the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) posted a draft solicitation for CENTCOM Headquarters Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Professional Services (CHIPS), seeking feedback.

This is a DRAFT solicitation to acquire a full range of professional services classifications including management activities involving policy, doctrine, planning, intelligence, strategy, exercises, logistics, assessments, and operations for multiple HQ USCENTCOM directorates, Joint Staff, Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD), and Department of Defense (DoD) counterparts along with allies and partner nations within the HQ USCENTCOM Area of Responsibility (AoR).  The final RFP is anticipated to be released in May/June 2024.  Feedback and/or recommendations is requested and appreciated.

USCENTCOM requires non-personal professional services to support theater-strategic joint staff requirements focused on planning, coordinating, synchronizing, and integrating DoD military activities with United States Government (USG) policy and strategy. These professional services will support HQ USCENTCOM’s execution of the seven joint functions common to joint operations: command and control, information, intelligence, fires, movement and maneuver, protection, and sustainment. These joint functions are organized and executed across the joint staff schema that includes manpower, intelligence, operations, logistics and engineering, plans, strategy, and policy, communications, training, resource management, and public affairs. HQ USCENTCOM is the primary mission partner; however, 6th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) and MacDill Tenant Units may leverage this Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) if services required are determined to be within scope.

USCENTCOM requires several classifications of professional services to support multiple joint directorates and special staff sections across the range of joint military operations in accordance with (IAW) joint military doctrine and joint functional capabilities. These professional services will support multiple core disciplines and include program management services, management consulting and analytical services, scientific services, engineering services, logistics services, financial management services, and language services. These support services may require significant integration across USCENTCOM directorates and special staff, the Joint Staff, OSD, other combatant commands and defense agencies, and allies and partner nations operating within the USCENTCOM AOR.

Review the USCENTCOM CHIPS solicitation.

Source: SAM

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