Special Operations taps dozens for $950M professional services vehicle

Special Operations Command has awarded 46 companies positions on a potential 10-year, $950 million contract for engineering and other professional services.

Work will support Socom’s enterprise requirements in the U.S. and worldwide through education, training, engineering, program management and other support. The Pentagon’s Friday award announcement did not include the number of bidders but said the contracts “were awarded competitively using Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 15 procedures.”

Deltek data indicates this iteration of the SOF Core Services Support Contract is a small business set-aside. That is a departure from the current $1.4 billion Socom Wide Mission Support version, which is divided into unrestricted and SB groups. Contracts in the unrestricted pool are slated to expire July 28, while eight in the restricted track will end Aug. 26 and then the rest Sept. 29.

Through Core Services Support, Socom seeks subject matter expertise and knowledge-based services to better equip and train for missions. Task areas include data collection, intelligence support activities, graphic arts and photography, physical security, research and operational planning support.

Awardees will compete for task orders to perform work.

  • Consulting Services Group
  • Core One Solutions
  • Crisis Response
  • D3 Air & Space Operations
  • Defense Acquisition
  • EnGenius
  • Federal Information Systems
  • Firebird AST
  • FITT Scientific
  • Gemini Industries
  • Geo Owl
  • Global Dimensions
  • Infinity Technology
  • Interpop-Ishpi joint venture
  • Iron EagleX
  • Itelitrac
  • K2 Solutions
  • Legion Systems
  • Lukos
  • Metis-Celestar joint venture
  • MHM Innovations
  • Nisga’a Tek
  • Oscar Deuce
  • Prescient Edge
  • Preting
  • ProCleared
  • Quiet Professionals
  • R&K Enterprise Solutions
  • R3 Strategic Support Group
  • Red Gate Group
  • RMGS
  • Solute
  • Spathe Systems
  • Special Applications Group
  • Strategic Solutions Unlimited
  • Streamline Defense
  • Systems Plus
  • T3i
  • Threat Tec
  • TriDcor joint venture
  • Tyoneck Global Services
  • Universal Strategy Group
  • Vistra Communications
  • VxL Enterprise
  • Walsingham Group
  • Webworld Technologies

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