Project Highlights


Air Force Staffing and Technical Acquisition Services Support (STAQSS)

Status: Active
NAICS: 541330

Location: Washington D.C. Area


Scope
SAF/AQQ – Global Reach Programs
 
Directs, plans, and programs for development, procurement, and product support of Global Reach programs. Serves as the focal point within the HAF for Global Reach matters associated with integrated product life cycle management and facilitates Global Reach stakeholder collaboration in addressing life cycle issues. The portfolio includes current and future mobility, special operations, trainer, and special mission aircraft programs, as well as related systems. Programs include C-5, C-17, C-130J variants, C-130H, VC-25, Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization (PAR), C-12/20/21/32/37/40, KC-10, KC-135, KC-46A, CV-22, HH-60G, Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH), UH-1N Replacement, T-1, T-6, T-38, Advanced Pilot Trainer (APT or T-X), Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM), Communications, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM), Combat Air Forces/Mobility Air Forces (CAF/MAF) Distributed Mission Operations (DMO), and the Air Force Academy Powered Flight and Glider programs.

Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), Air Force Research Laboratory

Status: Active
NAICS: 541990

Location: Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; Lackland AFB, TX; Ft. Sam Houston Army Post, TX; Cincinnati, OH; Baltimore, MD; St. Louis, MO; as well as other geographically separated units


Scope
The 711th Human Performance Wing (711 HPW) of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) includes four components: The United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM), the Airman Systems Directorate (711 HPW/RH), the Human Performance Integration Directorate (711 HPW/HP), and the Wing staff offices. USAFSAM provides Aerospace Medicine Training, Education, and Consultation to Enhance Warfighter Performance and Combat Casualty Care for Worldwide Operations in garrison and war. It is the center for aeromedical education, training, and consultation in direct support of USAF, Department of Defense (DoD), and in operations. USAFSAM provides peacetime and contingency support in hyperbaric, human performance, clinical and environmental health, laboratory and risk analysis, expeditionary medical support, and aeromedical evacuation. The 711 HPW/RH studies developing technologies specific to the human element of warfighting capability.

The Directorate leads the AF in its human-centered research. 711 HPW/RH integrates biological and cognitive technologies to optimize and protect the Airman’s capabilities to Fly, Fight, and Win in Air, Space, and Cyberspace. The Directorate provides critical network connectivity enabling researchers, scientists, and evaluators access to internet resources and collaboration with universities. The 711 HPW/HP enables execution of Human Systems Integration within AF total integrated life cycle management. The Directorate optimizes warfighter capability through a human-centric approach to system development, sustainment, and enhancement. The Wing staff offices provide management and oversight

Air Force Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) Base Communications Information Technology Systems (BCITS)

Status: Inactive
NAICS: 517110

Location: Arnold AFB, Tullahoma, Tennessee and others


Scope
The Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) is an Air Force Data and Test Center organization that provides the most advanced and largest complex of flight simulation capabilities to USAF and DoD. The complex operates 58 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges and other specialized units.
 
The AEDC Base Communications and IT Services (BCITS) provides network-centric information technology (IT), networking, and security, voice, video and data communications, information and applications management, system solutions services, as well as emerging requirements mandated by the USAF CIO. Additionally, BCITS provides services and solutions supporting the development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of all infrastructure and network operations, production, and research and development mission capabilities. The services and solutions are aligned to AEDC mission requirements, the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) architecture, Defense Information Infrastructure (DII), IC information sharing environments, AF, and defense communications systems infrastructure for computer and telecommunications network mission areas.

Army Sustainment Command (ASC) Applications Development and Maintenance

Status: Active
NAICS: 541512

Location: Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, IL


Scope
The Army Sustainment Command, or ASC, is the logistics arm of the Army Materiel Command that provides our warfighters with everything they need to do their jobs. America's soldiers need ammunition, equipment, food, uniforms and much more to fight and win on the battlefield or to respond to natural disasters. The Army Sustainment Command ensures they get the resources they need.  
 
Provides IT support through application development and maintenance of internal ASC applications and systems. Responsible for the development, implementation, and operations and maintenance (O&M) of web-based knowledge management solutions focused on improving the communication, coordination, and collaboration of ASC HQ staff and ~75,000 users deployed around the world. Scope includes the analysis, research, estimate, design, programing, testing, fielding, upgrade, troubleshooting, and documentation of wed-based applications, Micosoft.Net application technology, and ASC internet and intranet web pages to include MS SharePoint applications, workflows, team sites, desktop automation and client-server applications. Basic services under this contract also includes System Administration of .net platforms and SharePoint collection sites, as well as web-site development and SharePoint training. Activities include standalone projects associated with mission generated operation requirements to continuing modifications, enhancements and maintenance/sustainment of existing sites, applications, and content.

Army Field Support Command, Global Logistics and Support Services

Status: Active
NAICS: 541512

Location: Army Contracting Command-Rock Island (ACC-RI)


Scope
The U.S. Army Field Support Command, has a continuing requirement for Global Logistics and Support Services (GLASS) in support of Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) and Army Contracting Command-Rock Island (ACC-RI) Reachback Division. Requirements include providing combat support and combat service support (CS/CSS) augmentation to Combatant Commanders (COCOMs) and Army Service Component Commanders (ASCCs) throughout the full range of military operations.

LOGCAP services are also available to support military services, coalition and/or multi-national forces, and other governmental/non-governmental agencies. Each execution contractor would be required to execute logistics support in all types of environments on multiple task orders, simultaneously, in support of several dozen to tens of thousands of troops per task order in the general areas of Supply, Field Services, and Other Operations/Services. The LOGCAP Planning and Support contractor will support multiple selected LOGCAP IV contractors in a variety of logistics planning actions.

Our prime support is to document the LOGCAP Worldwide Management and Staffing Plan (WMSP), regional plans and integrate the planning with LOGCAP IV support and theater planners.

Our LOGCAP Planning and Support provides non-inherently government functions such as:
  • Independent analysis and assistance evaluation Performance Work Statements (PWS)
  • Task Orders proposals
  • Cost Analysis
  • Financial Analysis
Additionally, our support helps with preparation of Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE), lessons learned, business process improvements and other acquisition management expertise.

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)

Status: Active
NAICS: 561110

Location: Multiple Locations Across the U.S.


Scope
The Indian Affairs offers an extensive scope of programs that covers the entire range of Federal, State and local government services. Programs administered by either Tribes or Indian Affairs through the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) include an education system consisting of 183 schools and dormitories educating approximately 42,000 elementary and secondary students and 28 tribal colleges, universities, and post-secondary schools. Programs administered through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) include social services, natural resources management on trust lands. The BIA represents 55 million surface acres and 57 million acres of subsurface minerals estates, economic development programs in some of the most isolated and economically depressed areas of the United States, law enforcement and detention services, administration of tribal courts, implementation of land and water claim settlements, housing improvement, disaster relief, replacement and repair of schools, repair and maintenance of roads and bridges, and the repair of structural deficiencies on high hazard dams, the BIA operates a series irrigation systems and provides electricity to rural parts of Arizona. Requirements include maintaining the personnel, organizational and administrative controls necessary to ensure that the work delivered meets contract specifications and requirements.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Status: Active
NAICS: 541611

Location: Washington DC and disaster sites throughout the country


Scope
FEMA’s Office of Response and Recovery provides guidance leadership and oversight to build, sustain and improve the coordination and delivery of support to citizens and state, local, tribal and territorial governments to save lives, reduce suffering, protect property and recover from all hazards.

We provide support to the FEMA’s Office of Response and Recovery (ORR) through grant writing, estimating, and accounting to provide guidance, leadership, and oversight to build, sustain, and improve the coordination and delivery of support to citizens and State, local, Tribal and Territorial governments to save lives, reduce suffering, protect property and recover from all hazards. Specific responsibilities include staffing project managers to provide customer service to applicants through the PA grant delivery process and managing the process of PA grant delivery to individual applicants. Services under this contract include ensuring program delivery in a timely manner that meets the applicant’s recovery priorities, facilitating meetings and evaluating and making recommendations to FEMA as to whether the claim is eligible.

In addition, responsibilities include assisting the Applicant with documentation requirements per grant guidelines and coordinating transmittal of documents and information between the Applicant and CRC. Program Managers oversee site inspections, reviewing damage details, scopes of work, and costs with the applicant. Identifies any need for Technical Specialists, Construction managers, Construction/site inspectors preparing detailed damage descriptions during inspections.
 


Peace Corps Agency - All Help Desk (AAHD)

Status: Active
NAICS: 517110

Location: Washington DC and others


Scope
The Peace Corps Mission is to the people of interested countries in meeting their need for trained men and women. To help promote a better understanding of Americans on the part of the peoples served.

STGS provides Help Desk support for all enterprise services to include: end-user computing, networking, cabling, applications, and telecommunications; as well as remote access for mobile users. It is based out of the Peace Corps Washington DC HQ with integrated operations of on-site Help Desk personnel at Regional Offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. Under this contract, the majority of their hands-on support is focused on end-user resources such as workstations (including operating systems), MS Office software, printers and multifunctional machines, mobile devices (e.g., Smart Phones, tablets, laptops), and telephones. Support of higher-level enterprise technology services is limits to initial triage, basic trouble shooting, and escalation to network, server, and other support teams.

COMMERCIAL - Agricultural Firm IT Support Contract

Status: Active
NAICS: 541519

Location: Moline, Illinois and others


Scope
Client is a fortune 500 company with a large global IT Infrastructure and workforce. Contract provides a full set of IT services to the corporate Headquarters (~7300 onsite users), and partnering dealerships located across the United States and Canada. We provide IT delivery and support across a range of technical services which include networks, servers (e.g., file/print, application, database, DNS, MS Exchange, Citrix, and SharePoint), desktops and printers, standard software applications and operating systems (e.g., UNIX, Windows), databases, mainframes, and automated business systems. Addition support includes: Datacenter Operations (e.g., ~800 physical/virtual servers and ~2,000 Virtual Private Network connections, data storage, data bases), corporate owned Help Desk operations (~2,000 locations and 6500 workstations supported), Commercial Software Product Development and OEM support, Web Based Knowledge Management Solutions, Project Management, and more.