The Program Support Center (PSC) within the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) intends to increase the number of resources available to provide required services, and to enhance our ability to produce quick-turnaround and "real time" information. These contracts will be used as a means of providing service to the customers, (i.e. client agencies) of the PSC in an effort to help them achieve their individual agency missions in a timely manner.
Services contemplated under this contract include:
1. Policy Assessments/Analysis
2. Program Assessments
3. Evaluation Design Efforts
4. Data Collection
5. Performance Measurement;
6. Technical Assistance/Expertise
7. Data Analysis
8. Auxiliary/Support Services
CIO-SP3 (Chief Information Officers-Solutions and Partners 3)
BMK Secure Solutions is part of a Consortium supporting the Chief Information Officers-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract vehicle. CIO-SP3 was awarded through the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC). NITAAC is a federal Executive Agent authorized by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to administer GWACs for IT procurement.
The vehicle was designed to permit the Institutes and Centers (ICs) of NIH, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and all other federal agencies to acquire a wide range of IT services and solutions.
CIO-SP3 offers a breadth of IT services in support of the Federal Enterprise Architecture, the Federal Health Architecture, and the DoD Enterprise Architecture. Uses of the CIO-SP3 contract include, but are not limited to:
1. Data Center Consolidation
2. Cloud Computing
3. Health IT
The contract vehicle not only contains biomed, health sciences, and healthcare related IT services, but general IT services. It goes beyond health IT solutions to be applicable to all federal government agencies, partly because healthcare systems are increasingly integrated within a broader IT architecture, requiring a systems approach to their implementation and a sound infrastructure for their operation.
CS-TAT (Cyber Security Technical Task Area)
CS-TAT is under the direction of the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) and the Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC), which acts as the Department of Defense clearinghouse for scientific and technical information and assistance with technical challenges. The CS TAT contract includes the following focus areas of interest:
1. Software Data and Analysis
2. Information Assurance
3. Modeling and Simulation
5. Knowledge Management and Information Systems
All products and services acquired under the IAC MAC IDIQ contracts are provided through award of task orders by the DTIC Contracting Flight, AFICA/KD at Offutt Air Force Base (AFB) in Nebraska.
CS-TAT Key Information
1. Any government organization can coordinate a Statement of Work and fund its procurement through the 55CONS through task order competitions. From initial contact to contract award is less than 180 days on average. The government vehicle fee is 1.1 percent; task order values are a minimum of $2,500 each, and a negotiable labor category and rate structure schedule per end customer definition unique to each task order. Task orders range from three to five years, and can be incrementally funded.
2. All tasks must include an analysis requirement. Support of any/all phases of R&D efforts from initiation through operational prototyping, inclusive of transition into operations and maintenance (O&M), but of course not O&M itself. All TATs are categorized as “R&D” or “A&AS related to R&D”.
3. Government end customers (Requesting Authorities) play a vital, active and integrated role in all phases of task order procurement package development and source selection determination and award. DTIC and the Customer Support Cell follow through the entire procurement process in full partnership with and service to the Requesting Authority.
4. All CS-TAT Team tasks additionally provide DTIC registered research and reference support for extensive S&T information re-use for more efficient task order execution.
5. All TATs are competed across all CS-TAT prime teams, ensuring both competition and diversity for government procurements.
Headquarters Air Force Directorate of Operational Capability Requirements (HAF/A5R)
The primary mission is to take approved operational concepts or objectives and synchronize them through the requirements, acquisition and programming systems. Specific services include supporting HAF/A5R on policy and guidance for field organizations and providing operational expertise to HAF and other defense agencies. Our mission is to support HAF/A5R in Air Force operational capabilities requirements for air, space, and cyber among Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), and civil, commercial and international.
PASS II, Lifecycle Acquisitions Support
Providing Advisory and Assistance Support services to organizational activities, decision-making, management, program and financial management, administrative activities for lifecycle acquisitions.
P3i Team Task Order Award
We are pleased to announce that the P3i PASS Team was just awarded the AFLCMC/HNC Task Order to support the Cryptologic and Cyber Systems Division under the PASS II Contract; providing Program Management, Financial Management, Administrative Support, Data Management, and Security Management Support services. Available job openings are listed on BMK's Career Page.
INSCOM GI, Intelligence Services Support
The Army Intelligence and Security Command has awarded a contract to establish a comprehensive intelligence services support program.The hybrid, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will provide support services for Army intelligence missions such as:
1. Intelligence Analysis
2. Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems
3. Security Systems
4. Electronic systems
5. Quick Reaction Capability Systems
6. Prototype Intelligence Software/Hardware Suites
7. High-Readiness Facilities and Business Functions
JPEO-CBD OPETS, Program Management
Providing program, engineering, and technical support services required for the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) and all the Joint Project Management Offices (JPMOs) which report directly to the JPEO-CBD.
DoD Awards 70 Contracts Worth a Total $495M to Support Chemical and Biological Defense -
The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense awarded 70 contracts totaling $495 million.
The awards are expected to help the JPEO-CBD lead, manage and direct the acquisition and fielding of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense, drugs and vaccines, medical countermeasures, information management systems, installation and force protection systems.
The contracts are part of JPEO-CBD's omnibus program, engineering and technical support services.
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MIPSS, Program Management & Support
MIPSS is a five-year, multiple-award, Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) contract that provides programmatic support services necessary for MSFC’s current and future programs/projects in each of the following Work Areas:
1. Program Planning & Control (PP&C)
2. Cost Estimating & Analysis (CE&A)
3. Configuration Management & Data Management (CM/DM)
4. Project Coordination (PC)
5. Subject Matter Expertise (SME)
Operations Research and Analysis (ORA) Services
This IDIQ contract supports the U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center), in Cambridge, MA.
Services in the following work areas of ORA include:
1. System Operational Performance: Assessment of transportation/logistics system performance and effectiveness
2. System and Policy Impacts: Analysis of the impacts of transportation/logistics systems and policies
3. Industry Analysis: Collection of transportation-related data and assessment of business and economic factors within the transportation industry
4. Improvement of Operational Performance: Assessment and development of transportation/logistics systems and maintenance processes and procedures
5. Technological Advances: Assessment of transportation/logistics technologies; research and development needs and policies
6. Improvement of Organizational Performance: Assessment of organizational factors in transportation systems and analysis of strategic and process-based options to improve organizational performance
7. Systems Safety Analysis: Analysis of operational safety for transportation systems
8. Regulatory and Policy Compliance Assessments: Assessment of regulatory and policy compliance status and development of corrective action strategies