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Army SETAC Contracts Moving to GSA’s OASIS SB – SETAS

UPDATE 5/22/2018: GSA has intermittently released updated versions of the SETAS transition schedule. The various SETAC task orders are being re-competed in a staggered fashion as OASIS task orders. The transition schedule includes the incumbent information and the expected Task Order RFP (TORP) numbers when released to OASIS SB holders. 

In another sign that GSA’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business (OASIS SB) contract vehicle is growing in use across the Federal government, US Army Contracting Command at Redstone Arsenal (ACC-RSA) has announced that it will move specialized System Engineering Technical Assistance Contracts (SETAC) to OASIS SB contract vehicles under a new umbrella program known as System Engineering and Technical Assistance Support (SETAS). This is also more evidence that the Government is succeeding in efforts to consolidate and standardize procurement vehicles, especially with such specialized services for Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT), supporting air, space, missile defense, homeland security/homeland defense, warfighter, and cyber missions as they are defined by Congress.

SETAC 2010 is the fourth iteration of contracts for programmatic support to USASMDC/ARSTRAT which started in 1997, with consecutive procurement vehicles created in 2002, 2007, and finally in 2010. SETAC 2010 was awarded as a 100% small business set-aside, with a primary NAICS code of 541712 — Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology), and a size standard of 1000 employees. SETAC 2010 was awarded with a huge $997 million ceiling for support broken into 9 categories:

SMDC/ARSTRAT conducts missile testing in Kauai, Hawaii (Photo via DOD)

SMDC/ARSTRAT conducts missile testing in Kauai, Hawaii (via US Army)

  • Programmatic and Business Initiatives
  • Requirements Definition, Analysis, Integration, and Planning
  • Concept Development and Assessment
  • Program/Project Analysis and Assessment
  • Threat Estimation and Projection
  • Weapons Lethality, Survivability, Electronic Warfare and Kill Assessment and Effects Estimation
  • Engineering and Analysis Support to Assess Technology, Models, Simulations and Prototype
  • Logistics Assessment
  • Environmental, Treaty and Security Compliance

SETAC 2010 contracts are set to expire in December 2017, and Army Contracting Command plans on extending those contracts in 5 phases to meet with expected OASIS/SETAS award dates, with the longest extension lasting until December 2018. Incumbents to keep an eye on include Radiance Technologies and Warfighter Solutions, LLC. Warfighter Solutions is a joint venture (JV) between three companies created for SETAC 2010 with a program manager, Paul Freeman, who holds experience in all of the SETAC contracts dating back to 1997.

EZGovOpps will await the release of more details from the Army, but this should prove to be a major test for GSA’s attempt to expand the use of it’s standardized contracts, especially as it faces competition from other agencies who are now using the GWAC model.

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Published August 29, 2017

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