DAI Compliance and Configuration Management Support Services

Description: The Department of Defense (DOD), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), may have a continuing requirement for DAI Compliance and Configuration Management Support Services.

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 541511 - Custom Computer Programming Services

RFP: Q2 FY19

Requirements: 

  • The DAI Program Management Office (PMO) is seeking to obtain Compliance and Configuration Management expertise in support of development, maintenance, and implementation of the DAI solution, operations, and provisions. Also, to obtain Oracle Applications expertise in implementing and supporting Oracle Financials-based business solutions in the Department of Defense through the maturation of the DAI Global Model Solution focusing on Budget to Report (B2R), Procure to Pay (P2P), Order to Fulfill (O2F), Cost Accounting (CA), Time & Labor (T&L), Budget Formulation, Grants Financial Management, Resale Accounting, Governance Risk and Compliance, and Acquire to Retire (A2R) process areas and capabilities.

 

  • The scope of this procurement is to acquire compliance and configuration management services that will provide development, enhancement, and maintenance support for current and future releases of the DAI Global Model that are either currently deployed or planned for deployment with Defense Agencies participating in DAI. The requirement will provide functional support for the configuration management functions of DAI. It will provide advice, analysis, recommendation, and hands-on support for compliance and configuration management for the development and implementation of additional and supplemental Agency-specific functional and technical capabilities to current and future releases of the DAI Global Model and other aspects of DAI, to mandated standards. It will provide architectural leadership and support for the development, enhancement, and maintenance of the DAI Global Model Solution.

Facilities Configuration Management Program

Description: The Department of Defense (DoD), Washington Headquarters Services (WHS), may have a continuing requirement for the Facilities Configuration Management Program Support Services for the Pentagon and its surrounding facilities.

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 541513 : Computer Facilities Management Services

RFP: Q3 FY19

Requirements: 

The contractor shall:

  • The Contractor shall have the following primary functions:

    • Helpdesk
    • Customer Service Requests
    • CADD Drawing Development, Maintenance, and Quality Assurance
    • BIM/GIS/CAFM/CADD/FMA Software Analysis
    • Document and Drawing Library Management
    • Document and Drawing Library Consolidation
    • Document and Drawing Archival National Archives Records Administration
    • Design/Construction Document Quality Control
    • Building Information Modeling Development, Management, and Maintenance
    • Geospatial Information System (GIS) Support
    • Facility Management Application Maintenance and Operations
    • Training and Instructional Materials
    • Building Information Model (BIM) and Electronic Data Standards (EDS) Development
    • Building and Site Surveying
    • Configruation Management Program Development & Support
    • CADD Drawing Development
    • CADD Drawing Development, Maintenance, and Quality Assurance  

Energy Information Assurance Services (EITS)

Description: The Department of Energy (DOE), Office of the Chief Information Officer's (CIO) has a requirement for a comprehensive Information Assurance program. 

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 511199 - All Other Publishers

RFP: Q4 FY18

Requirements: 

The contractor shall:

  • The contractor shall provide Information Assurance services and support to include, but not limited to:
    • Program & Project Management
    • Knowledge Management & Communications
    • IA Assessment and Authorization Policy, Process, Planning and Document Updates
    • IA Assessment and Authorization Oversight, Management, and Support
    • IA Architecture and Engineering
    • IA Technology Review and Integration
    • Network Security Monitoring services
    • Classified Data Spillage Response and Sanitization Capabilities
    • Risk Management and Risk Assessment
    • Threat Management
    • Boundary Security Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting
    • Software Vulnerability Patch Management
    • IA User Training Program Management and Oversight
    • Network Event and Information Security Management (SIEM) Management and Oversight
    • Log Analysis and Correlation related to Incident Response activities
    • Account Oversight
    • Vulnerability Management service including scans and reporting
    • Vulnerability Management System (VMS) and EITS reporting management and support
    • Information Assurance Assessor Support Responsibilities
    • IT Security Vulnerability Assessments
    • Incident Response and Forensic Investigations
    • IA Special Projects
    • Rapid Response Capability

Cyber Services Information Assurance Support

Description: The Department of Defense (DOD), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), may have a continuing requirement for Cyber Services Information Assurance Support.

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 541512 : Computer Systems Design Services
 

RFP: Q1 FY18

Requirements: 

The contractor shall:

  • Provide technical and operational expertise to the DISA Cyber Services Division ensuring the security posture of DISA’s IT enterprise.  Achieving a mission assurance posture that ensures the security and continuity of the agency’s internal IT Enterprise’s infrastructure and services against an ever evolving spectrum of threats.

INFORMATION ASSURANCE (ZONE 1)

Description:  
The Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division has a requirement for providing services in support of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division’s (NSWCPD) cybersecurity mission across all ship classes.

Customer: Navy

NAICS: 541300 - Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services

RFP: Q1 FY19

Requirements: 

The contractor shall provide services in support of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division’s (NSWCPD) cybersecurity mission across all ship classes.  NSWCPD requires Project Management, Engineering, Software Development, and Information Assurance services in support of NSWCPD’s mission area for cybersecurity of Hull, Mechanical & Electrical (HM&E) and Navigation systems.  

Cyber Security Support

Description: The Department of the Navy, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division may have a continuing requirement for Information Assurance Management (IAM), Computer Network Defense (CND), Certification & Accreditation (C&A), and Embedded Information Assurance Officer (IAO)/Information Assurance Manager Support service areas supporting NAWCAD, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and associated customers.

Customer: Navy

NAICS: 541519
Other Computer Related Services

RFP: Q3 FY18

Requirements: 

  • The contractor shall provide timely and technically accurate Cyber Security services that comply with the DON, DOD, Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), and other national level mandated policies. Successful task performance ensures that an effective Cyber Security Program is in place for the NAWCAD business units and supported NAVAIR program activities
  • The contractor shall possess extensive knowledge and practical application/implementation of the Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) and the Defense Information Assurance Risk Management Framework (DIARMF) to support C&A of Information Technology (IT) systems and networks under NAWCAD’s cognizance
  • The contractor must have knowledge of current National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800 Series. Additionally the contractor shall provide support in the areas of Computer Network Defense (CND), as well as Information Systems Security Management (ISSM) support
  • As the subject matter experts for legacy, Navy Marine Corp Intranet (NMCI), and the Research Development Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) Network for Navy applications, systems, and networks, the contractor shall perform detailed analysis and review of all Compliance & Assessments, CND, and Cyber Security Management data to maintain an appropriate level of (CIA) for NAVAIR IT environments
  • These systems and networks are located in various types of computing environments and test facilities throughout the NAVAIR community. Cyber Security support services are also provided to NAVAIR and related business partners throughout DON and DOD, including various Joint Service programs and projects

Cyberspace Operations Research and Development

Description: The Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has a requirement for Cyberspace Operations Research and Development.  

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)

RFP: Q4 FY18

Requirements: 

The contractor shall:

  • Provide capability to rapidly develop state-of-the-art CSO technologies responsive to current and emerging cyber threats.

Cyber Information Technology Services

Description: The Naval Supply Systems Command, FISC Norfolk has a continuing requirement for cyber information technology technical, training and analytical support to Naval Information Forces and its subordinate commands. 

Customer: Navy

NAICS: 541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

RFP: Q3 FY18

Requirements: 

The required support is in the area of Information Technology (IT) professional services. This PWS provides for services requirements that include both short term and annual support. Specific support services and tasks will be provided in detail at the task order level; however, the required IT support will be in the following mission areas:

  • System Administration (SA)
  • Network Administration (NA)
  • Host Based Security System Administration (HBSS)
  • Assured Compliance Assessment Solution Administration (ACAS)
  • Information Assurance Controls Verification (IAC)
  • Information Assurance Validation (IAV)
  • Technical Writing Services (TW)
  • Information High-Performance Computing Modernization & Integration Support
  • Strategic Communications Support
  • Network Environment Modernization & Mission Support
  • Information Operations (IO), including: Electronic Warfare Operations (EW); Computer Network Operations (CNO); Psychological Operations (PO); Military Deception Operations (MD); and Operations Security (OS)
  • Mission, Functions & Tasks Support (MFT), including: Signals Intelligence (SI); Strategic, Operational and Tactical Planning Support (SOT); Operational Support and Reach Back Support (OSR); Database/Library Data Management Support (DM); Fleet Information Operations IO requirements (FIO); Experimentation, Tactics Evaluation, and Doctrine Development Support (ETED); Systems Assessment Support (SA); and Engineering and Technical Services (ET)
  • Navy Information Operations Database (NIODB)/Mission Data Load (MDL) Production Management
  • Electronic Warfare (EW) Training & Curriculum Development Support
  • Program Management and Project Management Support (PM)
  • Development of TTP/SOP Artifacts (TS)
  • System Patch Administration Support
  • Security Technical Information Guidance Controls Support (ST)
  • Development of CONOPS
  • Cross Domain Management
  • Maintenance Figure of Merit (MFOM) Sustainment
  • Ashore Modeling Implementation/Sustainment Support
  • Defense Readiness Reporting System – Strategic (DRRS-S)
  • Defense Readiness Reporting System – Navy (DRRS-N)
  • Navy Training Information Management System (NTIMS)
  • The Navy Mission Essential Task (NMET) development process
  • Navy Readiness Reporting Enterprise (NRRE) Policies
  • HTML/ASP Web Developments, Adobe Flash Development, Instructional Design and MS Office Applications

DTIC Information Analysis Centers Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC)

07/2017

Description: The Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), has a requirement for a potential Information Analysis Center Technical Area Tasks (IAC TAT) contract vehicle.

Customer: Department of Defense

NAICS: 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)

RFP: Q4 FY17

Requirements: 

The IAC TAT IDIQ contracts will include requirements spanning the focus areas of :

  • Software Analysis
  • Information Assurance
  • Knowledge Management and Information Sharing
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Survivability/Vulnerability
  • Reliability, Maintainability, Quality, Supportability, and Interoperability (RMQSI)
  • Military Sensing; Advanced Materials
  • Weapon Systems
  • Energetics
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Directed Energy
  • Non-lethal Weapons
  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Homeland Defense and Security
  • Biometrics
  • Medical
  • Cultural Studies
  • Alternative Energy

 

Engineering and Support Services for Network and Information Systems Technology Programs

06/2020

The Department of Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego may have a continuing requirement for Networks and Information Systems Division's requirement for network engineering services in support of various specialized information systems and network technology programs..

Customer: Navy

NAICS: 541330 - Engineering Services

RFP: Q3 FY20

Requirements: 

Existing systems/programs supported include:

  • Naval European Meteorology and Oceanography Center (NEMOC) Computer Systems and Network Administration
  • Electronic Key Management System (EKMS)
  • Network Warfare Simulation (NETWARS)
  • C4I Systems Development and Support
  • Local Area Network (LAN) design, integration and installation
  • Fiber optic communication systems

Additional candidates to be supported include:

  • Next Generation Local Area Network (NEXLAN)
  • Information Exchange Requirements (IER)
  • Headquarters 21 (HQ21)
  • Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN)
  • Scientific and Technical (S&T) Network
  • CINC 21 ATD
  • Coalition Wide Area Network (CWAN)
  • Global Information Grid (GIG)
  • USCINCPAC Command and Control Support System (C2S2)
  • Command Center Improvement Program (CCIP)
  • Commanders Secure Network (CSN)

Technical requirements include:

  • Systems Engineering: Capabilities, Requirements, and Assessments
  • Systems Engineering: Architecture Research and Design
  • Systems Engineering: Modeling and Simulation
  • Systems Engineering: Engineering Development
  • Systems Engineering: Cyber Security Certification and Accreditation (C&A)
  • Systems Engineering: Developmental Testing
  • Systems Engineering: Production
  • Systems Engineering: Operational Testing and Evaluation
  • Systems Engineering: Training
  • Systems Engineering: Production Documentation and Reviews
  • Systems Engineering: Installation
  • Systems Engineering: Operational Support to Platforms or Facilities
  • Systems Engineering: Logistics Support
  • Systems Engineering: Upgrades
  • Systems Engineering: Program and Project Management Support
  • Network and Computer Support
  • Process Improvement Planning
  • Software

PD Aerostats Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA)

07/17/2017

The Department of the Army, Assistant Secretary of Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASAALT), Program Executive Office Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PEO IEW&S), Product Director (PD) for Aerostats, has a requirement for systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA) support services

Customer: Army

NAICS: 541614 - Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services

RFP: Q4 FY217

Requirements: 

  • Provide systems engineering & technical assistance (SETA) to include but not limited to:
    • Program management, engineering, logistics, business, operations, customer assistance, site survey, and security support services to the Product Director (PD) Aerostats, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
    • PD Aerostats is tasked with providing SETA subject matter expertise to its program's customer base and more importantly the War Fighter both Continental United States (CONUS) & Outside Continental United States (OCONUS)
    • PD Aerostats continues to preserve the integrity of the United States Army through persistent focus on assisting, supporting, and protecting the War Fighter. PD Aerostats consist of the following programs: Persistent Surveillance System Tethered (PSS-T); Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS); Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS); Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR)
  • Services required will include but are not limited to the following:
    • OCONUS assistance in providing battle staff training to commanders and units, which helps commanders and units to identify capabilities associated to the aerostat programs applicable to PD Aerostats and how the system can be used effectively in support of their mission
    • OCONUS assistance to provide forward project support actions on behalf of PD Aerostats, which includes efforts such as: participate in local meetings, conducting discussions, presenting briefings, and coordinating and reporting for ongoing project activities
    • OCONUS assistance to track overall system operations, provide recommendations on spare and consumable requirements and agreements that U.S. Forces need to effectively reconstitute sites, and provide PD Aerostats daily updates on the aerostat programs applicable to PD Aerostats
    • OCONUS assistance in conducting site surveys to determine suitability of potential locations for stationing, operating, and sustaining as well as their eventual removal, to include but not limited to considering both the concept of operations and the existing U.S. and coalition sectors ISR architecture during suitability analysis
    • Assistance in theatre to the Government and military operational units as they develop and process theater required documentation packages to obtain materials and resources for site preparation, crew support and habitation, and site protection
    • Assistance with performing various logistics functions support including coordination of personnel and material requirements in theatre for all deployed systems and regional supply centers in-theatre
    • Engineering support including site survey analysis, interoperability testing, cyber security and report generation

TECHNICAL INVESTIGATIVE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT (TECHOPS II)

Description :The Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and the Federal Technical Operations Working Group (TOWG) may have a requirement for technical investigative surveillance equipment (referred to as "TechOps").

Customer: Homeland Security

NAICS: 334220 - Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing

Requirements:
The purpose of the Technical Investigative Surveillance Equipment ("TechOps") contracts was to provide a full array compatible and inter-operable technical investigative surveillance equipment, limited services, and annual technical refreshments to meet the covert surveillance objectives of participating Federal Agencies using the prices described in Section B, Supplies or Services and Prices/Costs. While ancillary services in support of the equipment are required, the principle purpose of the procurement is to obtain equipment. TI equipment and services are limited to the following:

  • Covert video equipment with optional audio that includes transmitters, receivers, repeaters and IP Cameras, offering mobile and fixed options and multiple concealment options
  • Covert audio equipment that includes transmitters, receivers, and repeaters, offering mobile and fixed options and multiple concealment options
  • Ancillary services that includes engineering for construction of concealments, training, technical services, and maintenance

 

 

AMES Consolidated IT Services 4(ACITS 4)

Description: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Ames Research Center (ARC), has a continuing requirement for reliable and cost effective information technology services.

Customer: NASA

NAICS: 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services

RFP: Q3 FY17

Requirements: 

ACITS III services fall into the following categories:

  • IT Systems & Governance Support
    • Project Management
    • System Administration
    • Data Center
    • Facility Support
    • Hardware/Software Maintenance
    • Data Storage Retrieval and Archival
    • IT Governance and Policy Analysis
    • Technical Planning and Analysis
    • Records Management and Vital Records Management for Continued Operations
  • IT Security Support
    • Patch Management and Development
    • Vulnerability Scanning Systems
    • Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention
    • Incident Response Life Cycle
    • Security Forensics
    • Certification and Accreditation Consulting and Auditing Support
    • Perimeter Firewall Systems
    • Anti-Virus Services
    • Host-Based Intrusion Detection and Prevention
    • Content Monitoring and Filtering
    • Full Packet Capture and Flow Monitoring
    • Event Log Collection and Correlation
    • Network Access Control
    • Penetration Testing
    • Organization Computer Security Official Support
    • Classified Security Collaboration
    • Board Participation
    • Remote Access Services
    • IT Security Consultation and Engineering
    • Security Programming
    • Certifications
  • Network and Communication Systems & Support
    • Network Services
    • Network and Communications Infrastructure
    • Distributed Systems
    • Audio, Video, and Voice Communication Systems
    • Audio Systems
    • Video Systems
    • Voice Communication Systems
    • Radio Frequency (RF) and Emergency Communication Systems
  • Application Management & Support
    • IT Support to Financial Services
    • IT Support to Human Resources, Personnel Security and Logistics
    • IT Support to Business Systems and Infrastructure
    • Web Applications
    • Collaborative and Information Based Systems
    • Application Management
    • Data Management and Analysis
    • Application Training
  • Scientific Computing Systems & Support
    • Scientific Applications
    • Data Acquisition and Analysis
    • Modeling & Tool Development
  • Innovation & Emerging Technologies
    • IT Security Innovation
    • Cloud Computing
    • Emerging Network Technology
    • Evaluation of New and Emerging IT Security Tools and Technology
  • Outreach/Informational Systems & Support
    • Customer Support
    • IT Security Outreach, Training and Communications
    • Library Systems
    • Conference/Presentation/Advocacy Support
  • Management & Administration
    • Management Structure
    • Task Management
    • Software Management
    • Other Direct Charges

DTIC Information Analysis Centers Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC)

Description: The Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), has a requirement for a potential Information Analysis Center Technical Area Tasks (IAC TAT) contract vehicle.

Customer: Department of Defense  

NAICS: 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)

RFP: Q3 FY17

Requirements: 

General:

  • The IAC TAT IDIQ contracts will include requirements spanning the focus areas of :

    • Software Analysis
    • Information Assurance
    • Knowledge Management and Information Sharing
    • Modeling and Simulation
    • Survivability/Vulnerability
    • Reliability, Maintainability, Quality, Supportability, and Interoperability (RMQSI)
    • Military Sensing; Advanced Materials
    • Weapon Systems
    • Energetics
    • Autonomous Systems
    • Directed Energy
    • Non-lethal Weapons
    • Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense
    • Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Critical Infrastructure Protection
    • Homeland Defense and Security
    • Biometrics
    • Medical
    • Cultural Studies
    • Alternative Energy

The IAC TAT task orders may include Research & Development (R&D) and/or advisory and other services for complex, scientific and technical requirements.  TAT projects will originate from evolving/emerging Government requirements, will usually necessitate a rapid response, and will often integrate the expertise of a diverse cadre of professionals from across various disciplines.  The Government encourages interested large and small businesses to consider teaming arrangements, partnerships, joint ventures, etc., when considering this IAC TAT acquisition opportunity.  Cross-teaming is a teaming arrangement in which prime contractors participate as a subcontractor/team member with another prime or team member/subcontractor and/or subcontracts/teams with more than one prime contractor.  Any contractor may, for example, compete to be the prime for one team and a subcontractor for another team.  It is the Government's policy to recognize the integrity and validity of contractor team arrangements and to not restrict the market, providedthe arrangements are identified and company relationships are fully disclosed in an offer. The Government will not normally require or encourage the dissolution of contractor team arrangements.  However, the OCI information as stated in paragraph above must be factored into any Industry teaming considerations. 

AMCOM G6 Information Technology Support Services III (ITSS III)

Description: The Army Material Command (AMC), Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command (AMCOM LCMC), may have a continuing requirement for Information Technology (IT) Support Services to enable weapons systems management, industrial base operations and system IT life cycle support and solutions from concept development through sustainment for a large number of customers which include AMCOM LCMC Communities, Army Materiel Command, Department of Defense Project Managers/Program Executive Offices, other DoD organizations, federal agencies and Redstone Arsenal tenant activities as part of the Information Technology Support Services (ITSS) Program.

Customer: Army 

NAICS: 541519 - Other Computer Related Services

RFP: Q1 FY17

Requirements: 

General:

  • The Contractor shall provide IT services for a wide-range of Schedule I Tasks (long term, repeatable level of effort) to include:

Database Administration
Computer Systems Administration, Management, and Maintenance
Configuration Management
Application/System Development and Maintenance
Software Life Cycle Support
Capacity Planning; Performance Benchmarking/Measurement
Enterprise Architecture; Enterprise Design, Integration, and Consolidation
Test and Evaluation, Technology Insertion
Technical Assistance Support
IT Project Management
Mission Systems Operation and Maintenance
Mission Network Support, and Application Migration

  • The Contractor shall develop, schedule, and coordinate project plans as it relates to indicated IT services
  • The Contractor shall use effective written documentation and verbal presentations to convey technical solutions, problem analysis and project planning
  • All Government Off The Shelf (GOTS)/Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) software, web sites, and applications shall be installed and tested only on Government specified computers and operating systems
  • The Government will provide the specifications for the format and content of all source code

High Power Fiber Development and Beam Combination (HPFDBC)

Description:
The Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Directed Energy Directorate, Laser Division has a requirement to develop and deliver novel solutions for the next-generation of airborne laser weapons. 

Customer: Air Force

NAICS: 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)

RFP: Q3 FY16

Requirements: 

This effort is focused on the longer term need of a conformal phased array weapon system. As such, the technical objectives and goals are as follows:
Perform research and development on less mature enabling technologies required for an aircraft conformal phased array laser weapon system. This includes development of advanced components and algorithms required for the conformal phased array (that are not at sufficient readiness to integrate into a fully functional system demonstration) and activities demonstrating their utility and scalability for a future phased array weapon system.
Relevant technologies include:
New concepts and developmental work on high resolution active array imaging and target based phase sensing. 
Enabling technologies, modeling, simulation and analysis of new and novel array based beam control methods. 
Experiments to validate and reduce risk for fully functional phased array concepts.
Potential dual uses of the High Energy Laser (HEL) and receiver apertures for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), target designation or other applications.
Additionally, there are numerous lower maturity components required to achieve the fully conformal phased array system. This effort will also seek to advance the readiness of these items so that they can be inserted into a future system.  Items under consideration for this focus area are as follows:
Novel beam steering technologies
Conformal or nearly conformal window
Fiber laser sources
Fiber interface technologies
Ultimately of interest under this effort are integrated and comprehensive laboratory and field experiments demonstrating technologies relevant to a phased array laser weapon functioning together at relevant power levels and ranges

USACE AEC Services for the Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP)

Description: The Department of the Army, Army Corps of Engineers, U.S Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville (CEHNC), may have a continuing requirement for architect-engineering services to design Energy Conservation Measures in support of the  Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP).

Customer: Army

NAICS: 541330 - Engineering Services

RFP: Q3 FY16

Requirements: 

A-E Contractors to design Energy Conservation Measures

USACE AEC Pershing Barracks Renovation Modernization West Point New York

Description: The Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New York District, has a requirement for the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks, a 124,692 SF, multi-story cadet barracks building at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (USMA-WP).

Customer: Army

NAICS: 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

  • The scope of the work entails the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks (Building 751).  Building repairs will address the interior configuration, life/safety, energy conservation, and utility systems which can no longer accommodate modern living conditions
  • Architecture repairs will address space deficiencies for programmed functions such as: laundry, storage, day rooms, study rooms, TAC offices, barrack rooms, and latrines to address gender equality for both male and female Cadets. Interior repairs will address failing condition of walls, floors, ceilings and stairwells.  Building exterior and envelope repairs will address water infiltration systems, structural roof systems, insulation and waterproofing, windows, rooftop equipment screening, and exterior masonry and limestone
  • Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) repairs will be made to fire suppression and water supply systems, fire alarm and mass notification system, fire detection/protection/monitoring/controls, heating and ventilation systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems, telecommunication and cabling systems, closed circuit television (CCTV), alarm and card access systems, public address systems, time clock systems, cable television systems, and distributed antenna systems (DAS)
  • Hazardous building materials (HAZMAT) including asbestos, lead, radon, and mold are known to exist.  Repairs will include the abatement of all HAZMAT that is known.  It is anticipated that additional unknown HAZMAT will be discovered during repair and will also be abated.  Personnel will not directly be exposed at any time during the repairs of the facility and will not be exposed directly to HAZMAT during its removal
  • This facility will accommodate 270 Cadets for a total of 135 rooms after the repairs are complete.  There are 6 Tactical Officers and Tactical NCOs in addition to the cadet rooms
  • Repairs will comply with EPAct 2005, EISA 2007, Executive Orders (EO) 13423 and 13514, and other current Guiding Principles for High Performance and Sustainable Building. This project will follow guidance detailed in the DoD Sustainable Buildings Policy and UFC 1-200-02 requirements
  • Sustainable principles will be integrated into the design development and construction of the project in accordance with Executive Order 13423 and other applicable laws and executive orders

USACE AEC Improve Energy Efficiency Atlantis Dorm B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base

Description: The Department of the Army, Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Kansas City District, may have a requirement for a project for the improvement of energy efficiency to Atlantis Dorm, B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri.

Customer: Army Corps of Engineers 

NAICS: Not Reported 

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

Improvement of energy efficiency to Atlantis Dorm, B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

AEC AE Design Build Riverside National Cemetery Phase 5

Description: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Construction and;Facilities Management has a requirement for a Design-Build construction contract for the expansion of the Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California. 

Customer: Veterans Affairs 

NAICS: 237990 - Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

  • This project will comprise the fifth phase of major development and will include approximately 23,000 casketed gravesites, 13,000 columbarium niches and approximately 7,000 in-ground burial sites for cremated remains providing an additional 10-year burial capacity on undeveloped land. The remainder of the site will be developed in future 10-year phased projects for full option burials. Only those facilities and infrastructure elements necessary to support the increase in maintenance, operations, and interments for approximately 10 years will be included in this phase of construction. Approximately 55 acres of undeveloped land will be utilized to develop a 10-year inventory of approximately 43,000 full burial option gravesites, a satellite maintenance facility, and an additional irrigation lake with this investment
     
  • Also included in this project will be infrastructure repairs and upgrades to the existing Riverside National Cemetery as identified in the current Facility Condition Assessment
     
  • Memorial Walls will be added at Riverside National Cemetery to accommodate memorial plaques honoring the memory of veterans, and other eligible individuals whose remains are not available for burial. This project will also improve the cemetery entrance, including cortege staging lanes, visitor parking, access to public information, and public restrooms. Drainage problems will also be addressed
     
  • The project will also encompass needed irrigation improvements and corrections to the water channel and lake system as well as extension of irrigation into newly developed areas. The project will also correct deficiencies in the infrastructure. Renovations and additions to the Administrative Building and Maintenance Complex and Committal Service Shelters will be accomplished to accommodate military honors teams including volunteers and public information functions. Improvements made to structures will incorporate Green Building Principals and Renewable Energy Initiatives in accordance with VA policy and latest energy efficient technology