Amentum holds a number of government-wide acquisition (GWAC), indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), blanket purchase agreement (BPA) and customer-specific task order contract vehicles in support of customers in intelligence, civilian, defense, environmental, and state and local markets.
The Alliant 2 and Alliant contract vehicle is GSA’s premier enterprise Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) that provides flexible access to customized IT solutions worldwide. Task orders released under Alliant II as RFQs or RFPs are competed among 61 contract awardees. The Alliant 2 Contract can be used by any government agency looking for access to IT solutions.
Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) program will be used to procure logistics services requirements:
- Material Maintenance Services, Retail/Wholesale Supply Services and Transportation Support Services in support of:
- Directorates of Logistics (DOL) installations; Army Pre-positioned Stocks (APS); Theater Provided Equipment (TPE); In-Theater Maintenance (ITM); Left Behind Equipment (LBE); Pre-Deployment Training Equipment (PDTE); New Equipment Training (NET); New Equipment Fielding; and RESET
- In Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) locations
The Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) is a Multiple Award, Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide information technology (IT) solutions through performance of a wide range of support services. It has three functional categories including: Service Delivery, Information Technology Program Support Services, and Independent Test, Validation, Verification, and Evaluation (IV&V).
GSA’s IT Schedule 70 is the largest and most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. Schedule 70 is an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, providing direct access to products and services from over 5,000 certified industry partners.
The Professional Services Schedule (PSS) encompasses the vast majority of services currently offered under GSA’s Schedules program. In fact, the PSS Schedule, also know as 00CORP, is basically a roll up of some of the individual Schedules maintained by various Acquisition Centers.
PSS Schedule combines the services provided separately under its previous PES, MOBIS, Logworld and FABS schedules.
The PSS Schedule is particularly appealing to federal agencies when procuring requirements that fall under various functional domains. For example, a federal agency can use the Consolidated Schedule to issue a task order to a single company to perform a requirement that includes services falling within the scope of multiple Schedules.
It is also appealing to industry, as it enables them to offer their entire business line under a single Schedule contract versus marketing and administering multiple individual Schedules.
See more at: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/246403.
The Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC) is a $28B multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle with a nine-year ordering period, centralized ordering, fully-assisted requirements package development support services provided by the Customer Support Cell (CSC), and a low Customer Shared Direct Cost (CSDC). All IAC MAC contractors are pre-vetted with extensive experience covering the broad technical scope of the IAC MAC. Task Orders (TO) placed on the IAC MAC contract follow FAR 16.505 – Ordering. The DoD IAC program is divided into three domains (Cyber Security, Defense Systems, and Homeland Defense) and manages scientific and technical information across 22 technical focus areas (TFA).
One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) is designed to address agencies’ need for a full range of service requirements that integrate multiple professional service disciplines and ancillary services with the flexibility for all contract types and pricing at the task order level. Regardless of the particular area of expertise or mission space of the agency originating the requirement, OASIS may be used to support and/or improve an organization’s Program Management, Management Consulting, Engineering, Scientific, Logistics, and Financial disciplines that span all life cycle phases for a total integrated solution.
Multiple contractors are fulfilling the Department of the Army, Army Materiel Command (AMC), Communications-Electronics Command’s (CECOM), requirement for Strategic Services Sourcing 2nd Generation (S32G) services to support Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) customers and a continuing requirement for rapid response (R2) services to support critical systems requirements for the Command and Control (C2) Systems Integration Directorate (C2SID). This effort is now entitled Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3).
SeaPort-Enhanced (SeaPort-e) is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, Military Sealift Command, Strategic System Command and the United States Marine Corps compete their service requirements amongst 3000+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from amongst the diverse population of large and small businesses and their approved team members. All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform.