COAST GUARD

6 win spots on $11B Coast Guard contract

More awards made under lucrative TABSS program

CORRECTION: This story was updated to correctly state that partial awards have been made in domain three.

Six small businesses have won spots on the Coast Guard’s Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services contract.

The TABSS contract is large $11 billion vehicle that will be used by Coast Guard for a variety of services. The contract is divided into three domains:

1. Program management, engineering and technology expertise
2. Business management, studies and analysis and cost
3. Acquisition, contracts management and administrative professional services support.

The six awards in late October were for domain one and went to Sev1Tech, Immersion Consulting Group, Insight Technology Solutions, Dynamis, E3 Federal Solutions and Applied Management Corp., according to a release from Sev1tech and information on Deltek’s contract database. More awards are expected under this domain.

Partial awards for domain two and three were made in June.

Domain one is estimated to be worth $8 billion, according to Deltek. The companies will compete for task orders under the five-year contract.

Sev1Tech has put together a team that includes:

  • CRGT
  • STC
  • AEA/PPC
  • Information Innovators Incorporated (Triple-i)
  • Command Consulting Group
  • STG Inc.
  • IntelliDyne, LLC
  • AMDEX
  • USMAX
  • Chartis
  • BlueWater Federal Systems
  • Cydecor
  • LOGC2
  • Distributed Solutions
  • Inserso
  • Kiowa Technology Inc
  • CAD-CON
  • MontChor

“Our team brings special capabilities ranging from polar, environmental, and chemical science to marine, electrical, and mechanical engineering,” said Robert E. Lohfeld Jr., CEO of Sev1Tech, of Woodbridge, Va.

This is the company’s first prime contract in the government market, Lohfeld said.

The combination of both large and small businesses with solid past performance helped the company capture the contract, he said.

Because of the structure of the contract, the primes can add partners as needed as work moves forward, Lohfeld said.

 

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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