Air Force's Contracted Field Teams (CFT) Solicitation

CFT in a Nutshell:



Agency:U.S. Air Force
Solicitation Number:FA8108-23-R-0003
336411 - Aircraft Manufacturing
Status:Draft RFP (RFP expected in September 2023)
Proposal Due Date:TBD
Contract Period:5 years base period, 5 years option period
Type of Contract:Multiple-award indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
Number of Awards:
TBD (Expected to be 20 awards)
Maximum Contract Ceiling Value:$8 Billion
Set-Aside:Partial Small Business Set-Aside
Summary:The Contract Field Teams (CFT) Program provides rapid deployment and long-term support services for weapon systems and equipment at various locations worldwide. The CFT Program supports the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, other DoD agencies, and foreign military sales customers.
Statement of Work:The CFT Program requires contractors to provide personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and services necessary to perform maintenance and modification of aircraft, vehicles, systems, equipment, and components. The contractors must be able to deploy teams within 24 hours of notification and sustain operations for extended periods. The contractors must also comply with all applicable laws, regulations, standards, and security requirements.

The CFT Program covers a wide range of services, including but not limited to:

  • Aircraft maintenance and modification
  • Ground vehicle and equipment maintenance and modification
  • Aerospace ground equipment maintenance and repair
  • Munitions maintenance and storage
  • Aircraft battle damage repair
  • Aircraft recovery
  • Corrosion control
  • Nondestructive inspection
  • Quality assurance
  • Logistics support
  • Training support
Evaluation Criteria:The CFT Program will use a best value tradeoff process to evaluate proposals. The evaluation factors are:

  • Technical Capability
  • Past Performance
  • Small Business Participation
  • Price
Submission Instructions:Offerors must submit their proposals electronically through the DOD SAFE system by the due date and time specified in the solicitation.

Solicitation Documents:

Draft RFPDocument Link
Attachments (6)Zip File Link

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