The FAA SETIS IDIQ Contract Receives Eleven Awardees
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has provided 11 businesses with positions on the System Engineering and Technical Innovative Solutions (SETIS) contract. SETIS is a Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with small and large business awardees. It is projected to be 10 years in length (base term of 3 years, one 3-year option period, and 2 option periods of 2 years each) and has a ceiling of $2.27 billion. Per Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) there were a total of seventeen companies that submitted proposals for the IDIQ.
SETIS will provide a comprehensive array of Research, Service Analysis, and Strategic Planning, Systems Engineering (SE), technical, financial, and programmatic support services, and other various aviation-related support services. This will enable the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to accomplish its National Airspace System (NAS), Mission Support, and other aviation-related mission goals.
The contract is a consolidation of requirements from the FAA’s Systems Engineering SE2020/2025 contracts, SE2020 being the small business track and SE2025 the large business track. SE2020/2025 included two major categories: Research & Mission Analysis (R&MA) and Systems Engineering (SE) for the support of technical needs for NAS and NextGen.
The 11 awardees with positions on the SETIS multiple-award contract are:
- A3 Technology
- Advanced Sciences and Technologies
- Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
- Cavan Solutions
- Concept Solutions
- Crown Consulting
- LS Technologies
- Mosaic ATM
- Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC)
- Veracity Engineering
There are many different NAICS in this procurement in varying pools. Referenced are the solicitations below: