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20 contracts to watch: 2013’s top RFPs

Oct. 14, 2012 - 02:51PM   |  
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1. Training Systems Acquisition III Program (TSA III) (Air Force)

Estimated solicitation date: 11/2012•

Estimated award date: 6/2013

Estimated value: $20.9B

Will consolidate 33 current and six potential programs to meet Air Force, Foreign Military Sales, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard training requirements for this contract. The existing TSA II contract is held by 11 companies and is set to expire in 2016.

2. One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) (General Services Administration)

Estimated solicitation date: 1/2013•

Estimated award date: 10/2013•

Estimated value: $12B

Will allow agencies to buy combinations of information technology services and products and professional services. It is expected to include program management and consulting services; logistics services; financial services; engineering services; and IT products.

3. Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V (NASA)

Estimated solicitation date: 5/2013•

Estimated award date: 3/2014•

Estimated value: $10.5B

Will provide mostly IT products, including computers, servers, storage and network devices, video and visualization solutions and security systems. The SEWP IV contract is held by 42 companies, and most of the awards under the contract are set to expire in 2014.

4. Chief Information Officer-New (CIO New) (Health and Human Service)

Estimated solicitation date: 1/2013•

Estimated award date: 5/2013•

Estimated value: $6B•

Will offer health IT and biotechnical research, as well as standard IT products and services used across government. This will replace the Electronic Commodity Store III GWAC that is held by 42 companies and set to expire in November.

5. Global Network Services (GNS) (Defense)

Estimated solicitation date: 11/2012•

Estimated award date: 3/2014

Estimated value: $5.75B•

Could replace four contracts that support the Defense Information Systems Network. It could include commercially leased network capacity services, and satellite and wireless services.

6. Train Educate and Coach (TEACH) (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 2/2013

Estimated award date:6/2013•

Estimated value: $5.6B

Due to the extended conflict and future drawdown of forces in Southwest Asia, the Army expects an increasing need for training services. TEACH contracts will provide support services to supplement the existing Warfighter Focus contract held by Raytheon.

7. Counter Networking and Illicit Trafficking (CNIT) (Navy)

Estimated solicitation date: 2/2013•

Estimated award date: 9/2013•

Estimated value: $5B

Will support the Navy’s CNIT program office, which detects and stops illicit trafficking activities and organizations. Services will help develop new counter-networking technologies and provide operations and logistics support. It does not replace an existing contract.

8. Space and Missile Defense Technology Design Development Demonstration and Integration (D3I) (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 1/2013

Estimated award date: 4/2014

Estimated value: $4.9B

Will provide research and development services for space, missile defense and high-altitude capabilities within the Army Space and Missile Defense Command and Army Forces Strategic Command. It does not replace an existing contract.

9. Strategic Service Solutions (S3) (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 11/2012

Estimated award date: 9/2013•

Estimated value: $4B

Will replace the Army’s Omnibus and Field and Installation Readiness Support Team (FIRST) logistics support contracts. The Omnibus contract is held by 16 companies and is set to expire in December. The FIRST contract is held by 34 companies and is set to expire in 2014.

10. BiowatchGen3 (Homeland Security)

Estimated solicitation date: 12/2012•

Estimated award date: 4/2013•

Estimated value: $3.1B

For biodetectors that continuously monitor the air for harmful biological agents. There is no existing contract for these services, but Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems International and Northrop Grumman worked on the first phase of the project.

11. Defense Systems Technical Area Tasks (DS TATS) (Defense)

Estimated solicitation date: 2/2013

Estimated award date: 12/2013

Estimated value: $3B

Will replace existing contracts that provide research and analysis on the survivability and vulnerability of military weapons, military sensing and weapon systems, including non-lethal weapons and directed energy weapons. Existing contracts for these services are held by five companies.

12. Utility Monitoring and Control Systems for Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning Systems (UMCS HVAC) IV (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 5/2013

Estimated award date: 1/2014•

Estimated value: $2.5B

Will offer installation of heating and cooling systems, as well as automated control systems for fire alarms, metering and electronic security systems. A predecessor contract was held by eight companies and expired in April.

13. Common Service Providers (CSB) (Education)

Estimated solicitation date: 6/2013•

Estimated award date: 11/2013•

Estimated value: $2.3B•

Will replace an expiring contract for data management, payment processing, and customer relationship management, including call center services, and performance and program management for federal student aid programs. An existing contract for these services is held by Xerox Corp. and expires in December 2013.

14. Sustainment and Modernization of Optical and Radar Sensors (SMORS) (Air Force)

Estimated solicitation date: 4/2013

Estimated award date: 6/2015

Estimated value: $1B

Will provide maintenance support services for the agency’s missile defense and space surveillance sensors, as well sustainment and modernization of ground-based radar and optical systems, space surveillance, missile warning and missile defense. An existing contract for these services is held by ITT Corp.

15. Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services Full Deployment (CANES FD) (Navy)

Estimated solicitation date: 5/2013•

Estimated award date: 1/2014•

Estimated value: $1B•

Will install upgrades, now in development under another contract, for network equipment on ships and some shore sites. The development contract is held by Northrop Grumman.

16. Technical Information Engineering Services (TIES) (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 12/2012

Estimated award date: 6/2013•

Estimated value: $995M

Will provide services for the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate, which requires a range of services such as operational analyses, design and production of hardware and software systems, and the deployment and support for these systems when in the field. An existing contract for these services is held by Booz Allen Hamilton, D&S Consultants Inc. and CACI International, and is set to expire May 2014.

17. Center Maintenance Operations and Engineering (CMOE) (NASA)

Estimated solicitation date: 2/2013

Estimated award date: 9/2013

Estimated value: $971M

Will support the agency’s institutional and research facilities. The contract is expected to include maintenance support, support of data acquisition and facility automation systems, and engineering support. An existing contract held by Jacobs Engineering is set to expire in January 2014.

18. Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) III (Army)

Estimated solicitation date: 11/2012•

Estimated award date: 10/2013•

Estimated value: $900M•

Will support the Army’s energy-reduction goals. Under an ESPC, the vendor pays the upfront costs of an energy-saving project, such as facility renovations, in exchange for payments from energy cost savings over time. Existing contracts for these services are held by 16 companies.

19. Defense Homeland Defense and Security Technical Area Tasks (HD TAT) (Defense)

Estimated solicitation date: 11/2012

Estimated award date: 5/2013•

Estimated value: $900M

For basic and applied research, development, test and evaluation jobs throughout government. An existing contract for these services is held by Battelle Memorial Institute.

20. Health Marketing Communications Services (HMCS) (Health and Human Services)

Estimated solicitation date: 8/2013•

Estimated award date: 03/2014•

Estimated value: $870M•

Will provide marketing and consulting services for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including the development of conference plans and policies; web design, development and management; preparing and presenting briefings, written reports; and technical assistance and training. An existing contract for these services is held by 17 companies and is set to expire in 2014.

• Deltek estimates. All others are government estimates.

SOURCE: Deltek

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