USMC posts draft CDD support solicitation
On December 11, the United States Marine Corps posted the draft solicitation for its upcoming CDD Support Services IDIQ (Solicitation Number: M0026418R0006). The RFP is expected to be posted on or about December 15.
The Regional Contracting Office, National Capital Region, Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA currently has a requirement for technical, analytical, engineering, and capability portfolio management (CPM) support to the Director, Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD), Deputy Commandant Combat Development and Integration (DC CD&I). Critical capabilities within this effort include the development of comprehensive Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) documents and analysis of products to define capability gaps, capability needs, and approaches to provide those capabilities within a specified functional or operational area.
The Marine Corps Capabilities Based Assessment (MC CBA) process is conducted in accordance with MCO 3900.20, Marine Corps Capabilities Based Assessment (MC CBA) (MC CBA). This effort will support both recurring and ad hoc requirements to provide JCIDS/MC CBA assessments components (Capability Analysis, Gap Analysis, Solutions Analysis, and Risk Analysis) and conduct assessments of training and education standards development. Performance areas include both overarching and Division-centric support areas that will be satisfied by individual task orders.
CDD supports the (DC CDI) by developing and integrating war fighting capabilities solutions enabling an effective Marine Corps capability to respond to strategic challenges and opportunities. CDD provides subject matter experts in the areas of: Command and Control/Cyber and Electronic Warfare, Fires and Maneuver, Force Protection, Intelligence, Logistics, Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Integration, Small Wars and Irregular Warfare, Total Force Structure, Seabasing, and Expeditionary Energy.
In consideration of overarching national strategic and service guidance and concepts development, the Directorate will conduct analysis across the complete spectrum of Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P). The identification of Enterprise-wide capabilities, gaps, capability excesses, solutions, and risk areas is incorporated into the development of the Marine Corps Enterprise Integration Plan (MCEIP) and other capabilities development documents (i.e. (Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS)), and the management of Universal Needs Statements (UNS) requiring vigilant and dedicated coordination by respective subject matter experts supported by a business infrastructure with which to further capability development from concept to acquisition and fielding.
Full information is available here.