The U.S. Air Force plans to implement a potential $950 million follow-on contract vehicle for cyber technology development support services to the Air Force Research Laboratory’s information directorate.
The Agile Cyber Technology 2 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is open to small businesses and encompasses rapid hardware and software development, design, prototyping, demonstration, scenario development, experimentation, evaluation, integration, testing and technical installation services, the Air Force said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday.
The branch listed the following support work areas under ACT2:
- Cyber Threat Avoidance and Cyber Defense
- Full Spectrum Cyber Operations
- Cyber Network Exploitation
- Cyber Situation and Mission Awareness
- Cyber Command and Control
- Cyber Modeling, Simulation and Wargaming
- Cyber Infrastructure
- Cyber Mission Assurance
ACT 2 will have a total ordering period of five years and the Air Force expects to award four to six prime contractors spots on the small business set-aside program, according to the notice.