RFP released for Special Operations Command small business contract

The Army released a solicitation for a five-year task order contract to support the U.S. Special Operations Command with science, engineering, technical, and assistance (SETA) services.

The IDIQ is a total small business set-aside.

The command plans to use the contract for program managers and subject matter experts as well as science and technology experts. It will also use the contract for support with procurement, various stages of contracting, requirements documentation, acquisition strategies, market research, developing solicitations, logistics, and for financial, administrative, and legal work.

On the IT side, USSOCOM will issue task orders for systems administration and help desk services and software maintenance and sustainment.

The Army released the solicitation July 12. Responses are due by Aug. 11.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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