SOCOM Selects 46 Firms for $950M Core Support Services IDIQ

SOCOM Selects 46 Firms for $950M Core Support Services IDIQ
U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM)

U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded 46 companies spots on a potential $950 million contract for core services in support of USSOCOM’s domestic and international enterprise requirements.

The Department of Defense said Friday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes knowledge-based services and subject matter expertise in support of engineering, training, education, program management, professional and technical requirements.

USSOCOM will use operations and maintenance funds for fiscal 2020 to meet a contract minimum guarantee of $2,000.

The awardees are:

  • 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
  • INTEROP-ISHPI JV
  • Iron EagleX
  • ITELITRAC
  • K2 Solutions
  • Legion Systems
  • Lukos
  • METIS Celestar JV
  • 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 JV
  • Tyoneck Global Services
  • Universal Strategy Group
  • Vistra Communications
  • VxL Enterprise
  • Walsingham Group
  • Webworld Technologies

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