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



  • 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.