VaCA needs small business help with file associative link analysis framework
On February 16, the Virginia Contracting Activity posted a sources sought notice for services related to a file associative link analysis framework (FALAF). Responses must be received no later than 26 February 2016 10:00 a.m. EST.
The Virginia Contracting Activity (VaCA) is seeking to identify qualified sources from 100% small business concerns to provide services for the maintenance, and development, engineering and enhancements to a file associative link analysis framework system. The National Media Exploitation Center (NMEC) requires contractor services to utilize a variety of COTS, GOTS and open source solutions to conduct technical exploitation on media and related devices. The solutions code base requires operational support and enhancement by qualified engineering staff. Contract assistance is to provide support in file associative link analysis for operations and maintenance, and for research, development, testing and evaluation.
The VaCA anticipates limiting this action to 100% certified Small Business concerns only. All respondents are required to certify that they currently meet the small business requirements under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 541511, “Custom Computer Programming,” with a small business size standard of $27.5M average annual receipts. Prospective sources must indicate both the size with respect to the above standard and their current small business status.
Full information is available here.