This sources sought is for potential sources to provide the services provided below. The results of this Sources Sought will be utilized to determine if the required product or service exists in the marketplace and if any Small Business Set-Aside opportunities exist. All Small Business Set-Aside categories will be considered.
Estimated RFP release: 2nd Quarter FY22
Estimated Award: 4th Quarter FY22
Possible Period of Performance: Five years
Contractor will provide modifications, upgrades and enhancements, design and development, test and evaluation, operations, sustainment and support to enable fielding or deployment of special test equipment: Test Payload Tube (TPT), Launch Test Stand (LTS), Launch Test Vehicle(s) (LTV), Advanced Payload Module (APM), Cross Flow (CF) Simulator and Control and Data Acquisition Next Generation (CDAS-NG) for the ALTC. This follow-on contract will also provide continued support for conceptual design of the ULTC, which will include providing element schedule updates. Tasking also includes completion of current design and fabrication of the following special test equipment: TPT, LTS, Underwater Vehicle Arrestment System (UVAS), CF Simulator and CDAS-NG. The ALTC and ULTC will also provide risk mitigation for the testing of the new weapons system prior to live fire events. Continued air launch testing has been and will continue to be required to meet the ever-changing requirements based on better understanding of what data is needed from full-scale tests.
This is a follow-on to the previous contract detailed below:
1. Contract Number: N6893619D0049
2. Contract Type: CPFF, 5-year IDIQ
3. Incumbent: JACOBS TECHNOLOGY INC.
All responsible sources must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database at the following website: https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/.
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