If you’re an IT contractor that specializes in SATCOM (Satellite Communications), there are a number of upcoming opportunities in the space, including DISA’s latest RFI, and this large Army opportunity. This particular solicitation has a scope of $126 million and a length of five years.
The requirements include providing facility, sustainment and maintenance support including on-site support to systems. This includes installation of systems, site planning and preparation, warranty, sustainment training, incidental procurement, engineering, depot level support and life-cycle support for the Global, Joint, and Wideband DoD SATCOM infrastructure.
The DoD SATCOM infrastructure encompasses various satellite communication programs, associated equipment, and any other satellite systems and tasks as identified by the WESS (Wideband Enterprise Satellite Systems) Product Manager, covering 50 SATCOM locations worldwide.
The services to be rendered include all personnel, equipment, supplies, transportation, tools and materials necessary to perform Depot services and support services required by this service contract. The awardee will perform maintenance support to keep satellites communications systems fully functional and operational.
The Army is going to be holding a competitive acquisition using a best-value tradeoff approach to procure a single SATCOM contract.
Responses are due to this solicitation by Sept. 24. Army officials will be accepting questions until 12pm Central on Sept. 7.
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