U.S. Department of State
Bureau of African Affairs and Bureau of Political-Military Affairs

GLOBALCAP in a Nutshell:



Agency: Department of State – Burea of African Affairs & Burea of Political-Military Affairs
Notice ID: 19AQMM23R0142 (The RFP Number will be 19AQMM23R0142)
NAICS Code: 561210 – Facilities Support Services
Status: Updated Publish Date: Oct 11, 2023
Proposal due date: December 4, 2023
Proposal Due Date: NA
Contract Period: 5 to 10 years
Type of Contract: Multiple-award IDIQ / FFP & Cost Reimbursable
Number of Awards:
6 to 10
Contract Ceiling Value: $5B ($500M/year)
Set-Aside: Small Business (3-5 awards)
Large Business (3-5 awards)
Background: The Department of State’s Bureau of African Affairs, Office of Regional Peace and Security (AF/RPS) and Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Office of Global Programs and Initiatives (PM/GPI) supports U.S. foreign policy goals throughout the world through a variety of programs and policies designed to bolster peace, security, and regional stability.  These programs are primarily funded through Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) and Economic Support Funds (ESF) foreign assistance funds in support of partner nations ability to improve their security institutions and associated operational capabilities.  This IDIQ will procure professional services, construction, and equipment. Historically, AF/RPS averaged twelve task order awards per year totaling $233 Million while PM/GPI averaged five task order awards for a total of $120 Million. Funding levels vary considerably from year-to-year depending on shifting needs, U.S. Government priorities, and availability of funding.
Statement of Work: The Contractor shall provide professional services, construction, and equipment support to Outside of the United States (OCONUS) countries, regional organizations, and international organizations to enhance their capacity to prevent, manage, and resolve their own conflicts. Work to be performed under this IDIQ may include logistics support, construction, military training, maritime security capacity building, equipment procurement, operational deployment for peacekeeping troops, aerial surveillance, counter-terrorism capacity building activities, and conference facilitation. 

The Contractor shall be knowledgeable about the diverse environments they will be expected to function in and attuned to the mores and customs of the countries in which they will operate. Further, they shall have a working knowledge of the languages, rules, regulations, and practices of the various militaries and governments to which they will be exposed. They shall be aware of the austere conditions in, and difficult access to, many of the locales and countries in which they will be expected to perform. They shall be prepared to function in these environments in an efficacious and cost-effective manner while maintaining the highest of professional standards. They shall also be knowledgeable of U.S. Government rules, regulations, and requirements for operating in these environments. 

The Contractor shall provide professional services, construction, and equipment support. GLOBALCAP will include five (5) overarching capability areas:

  1. Training, Mentoring and Monitoring Services
  2. Logistics Support Services
  3. Equipment Procurement
  4. Construction Services and Activities
  5. Property Maintenance

Specific work activities defined at the Task Order level. The Contractor shall be capable of performing the tasks in the following major activity areas. The Government reserves the right to order services and supplies identified in Activity 1, 2, 3 and 4 separately to support the GLOBALCAP mission.  

    • Effective methods of instruction (EMI) training
    • First Aid and Combat Lifesaver (CLS) training
    • Command and Staff Operations Skills (CSOS) training
    • Human rights training
    • Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) training
    • Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) Leadership training
    • Civil-Military Operations (CMO) training
    • Core elements for monitoring services
    • Core elements for consultant services
    • Transportation
    • Air freight and warehouse
    • Operational equipment procurement
    • New equipment training
    • Inventory Management
    • Sustainment services
    • Medical support
    • Site assessments
    • Drawings/designs
    • Camps
    • Civil works construction
    • Mechanical construction
    • Construction materials and property
Regions of Operation: The AFRICAP III and GPOI IDIQ contracting programs are being consolidated into the new GLOBALCAP IDIQ program.

Under AFRICAP III, work was performed on the content of Africa for all counties EXCEPT: Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Lesotho, Mauritius, Namibia, Sao Tome, Seychelles, Sudan, and Zimbabwe.

Under GPOI, work was performed in: Albania, Armenia, Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Fiji, Ghana, Malawi, Morocco, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, and Zambia.

Evaluation Criteria: The notional selection criteria are:

  • Technical Approach
  • Past Performance
  • Price

Solicitation Documents:

Item Link
Update Package (Oct 11, 2023) PDF Link
Solicitation Package (July 28, 2023) PDF Link
Amendment 1 (Sep 5, 2023) PDF Link
Latest Notice on (July 28, 2023) Notice Link
Industry Day Presentation PDF Link
Industry Day Q&A PDF Link
Draft SOW Docx Link
Industry Day Q&A PDF Link

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