SOCOM Wide Mission Support (SWMS)
SOF AT&L MAC IDIQ (RESTRICTED/UNRESTRICTED)
Solicitation in a Nutshell:
|Agency:||USSOCOM : Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology and Logistics|
|NAICS Codes:||541611 — Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services|
|Contract Period:||10 Years|
|Type of Contract:||Multiple Award IDIQ|
|Number of Awards:||Unknown|
|Contract Value:||$2,5K to $100M – $950M total over all prime contracts over the 10-year ordering period|
|Set-Aside:||Full & Open, Partial – SBA|
|Due Date & Time:||August 29, 2019 – 2:00 PM Eastern|
|Contract & Award Type:||FFP, CPFF, T&M, CR|
|Facility Clearance:||Top Secret|
|Scope & General Requirements:||SOCOM-Wide Mission Support (SWMS) contracts to meet A&AS Knowledge Based Services requirements, as defined by the Department of Defense’s taxonomy for the acquisition of services.
SWMS A, B, and C contracts provide the command with the ability to acquire a full range of professional (non-personal) services. The SWMS acquisition categorizes individual service requirements based on the type of service required and/or the requiring activity into three separate groups:
|Proposal Format:||Volume I – Administrative and Responsibility Material
Volume II – IDIQ Management Proposal
Volume III – Past Performance Proposal
|Evaluation Criteria:||Volume I – Administrative and Responsibility Material (Pass / Fail)
Volume II, Factor 1 – IDIQ Management (Acceptable / Unacceptable)
Volume III, Factor 2 – Past Performance (Confidence Rating)
|Solicitation Link on FBO Website:||SOF Core Support|
|Webinar (Click to Register or Play)||Date|
|Discussion of the Proposal Win Strategy||TBD|
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