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Defense Spectrum Organization Electromagnetic Spectrum Applied Engineering Mobile Service Provider

  Annapolis, MD United States — Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate
Published August 31, 2015
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SYNOPSIS Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO) Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Services Applied Engineering Mobile Service Provider (MSP) Single-Award Indefinite-Delivery / Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) Contract This synopsis is in accordance with FAR 5.2 to satisfy the requirement to issue a 15-day public notification prior to the issuance of the solicitation (# TBD) for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Defense Spectrum Organization's (DSO) Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Services Applied Engineering, Mobile Service Provider (MSP), Single-Award Indefinite-Delivery / Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) Contract. THIS NOTICE IS NOT A SOLICITATION (RFP, RFQ, IFB, etc.). As such, proposals will not be accepted in response to this posting. A FORMAL Request for Proposal will be issued on or before September 30, 2015. No questions or telephonic inquiries will be entertained at this time. Background and Description: The DSO, which is a part of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), is a recognized center of excellence for DoD spectrum matters. One of DSO's missions is to provide spectrum and Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) engineering and analysis support services on a reimbursable, customer-funded basis to DoD Components, federal agencies, non-federal government organizations, and to foreign entities when authorized by the DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS), or the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) process through the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. Engineering support related to spectrum operations are an integral part of the overall information battlespace. In future operational environments it is essential that electromagnetic systems perform as expected to help achieve mission objectives. The challenges faced in meeting our objectives include: • Rapidly changing technologies associated with spectrum systems • Competing demands for spectrum access • Adversaries utilizing advanced technologies • Coordinating and collaborating with all pertinent stakeholders (e.g., services, intelligence community, commercial, academia) • Providing timely and accurate information for decision makers at the appropriate level • Working efficiently across multiple mission areas and organizations A thorough understanding of the physics and technologies related to spectrum-dependent systems and how tactical operations are affected, is essential in supporting this effort. This would include: • Spectrum related technologies (e.g., electromagnetic propagation, non-linear effects, antennas, near field conditions, Electromagnetic Pulse, etc.) across the electromagnetic spectrum • System performance considerations (e.g., digital signal processing, Software Defined Radios, encryption technologies, system vulnerabilities, etc.) • Software tools (e.g., engineering, scenario) applications and limitations • Testing and measurement tools and processes and limitations • The integrated operational, technical, and policy (e.g., regulations generated by the World Radiocommunications Conference) aspects of the EMS Applied Engineering Support tasking To achieve the objectives of this requirement, it is imperative that the contractor takes an integrated approach, considering the DSO and its customer base and technical, operational, policy, and acquisition factors, and working with close communications with all stakeholders to ensure requirements and expectations are met. This includes: • Promoting and leveraging a multi-disciplinary, highly-skilled workforce with technical, analytic, and operational expertise • Encouraging collaboration to strengthen partnerships across diverse domains • Aligning business processes, management practices, and tools to best serve the broader community • Applying consistent and repeatable quality management practices (e.g., ISO 9001) to ensure that requested products and services are value-added and delivered within cost and schedule. Management of elements include: • Planning • Execution • Communications • Monitoring (e.g., periodic reviews, testing) • Adjustments • Delivery and acceptance criteria This contract will provide technical support to DSO for the following tasks: a. E3 and Spectrum Engineering - analyzing equipment and systems for potential E3 problems and recommending solutions. (1) Action Code. TBD (2) Date. 27 August (3) Year. 2015 (4) Contracting Office Zip Code. 20755 (5) Product or Service Code. C-Architect & Engineering Services (6) Contracting Office Address. P.O. Box 549 (7) Subject. Electromagnetic Spectrum Services (8) Proposed Solicitation Number. TBD (9) Closing Response Date. TBD (10) Contracting Officer. Steven Gagnon steven.d.gagnon2.civ@mail.mil Contract Specialist: Brian Bilenki brian.p.bilenki.civ@mail.mil (11) Place of Contract Performance. Contractor Site, periodic local travel to DSO facilities (Annapolis, MD) and within the National Capitol Region, and travel to Government Sites to be specified in individual task orders. (12) Set-aside Status. Full-And-Open Competition, After-Exclusion-of-Sources, Total Small Business Set-Aside (13) Duration of the Contract. Ordering Period will be one (1) twelve (12)-month base period plus four (4) twelve (12) month option periods.

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Fact Sheet

DATE
0831
YEAR
15
AGENCY
Defense Information Systems Agency
OFFICE
Procurement Directorate
LOCATION
DITCO-NCR
ZIP
20755-0549
CLASSCOD
C
NAICS
541330
OFFADD
P.O. BOX 549 FORT MEADE MD 20755-0549
SUBJECT
Defense Spectrum Organization Electromagnetic Spectrum Applied Engineering Mobile Service Provider
SOLNBR
DSO_EMS_Applied_Engineering_MSP
CONTACT
Brian Bilenki, Contract Specialist, Email brian.p.bilenki.civ@mail.mil - Steven Gagnon, Contracting Officer, Email steven.d.gagnon2.civ@mail.mil
DESC
SYNOPSISDefense Information Systems Agency (DISA)Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO)Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Services Applied Engineering Mobile Service Provider (MSP)Single-Award Indefinite-Delivery / Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) Contract
URL
https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DISA/D4AD/DTN/DSO_EMS_Applied_Engineering_MSP/listing.html
SETASIDE
Total Small Business
POPCOUNTRY
US
POPZIP
21402
POPADDRESS
Contractor Site, periodic local travel to DSO facilities (Annapolis, MD) and within the National Capitol Region, and travel to Government Sites to be specified in individual task orders.

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