SOCOM Issues Updated List of 46 Offerors on $950M Core Support Services IDIQ

SOCOM Issues Updated List of 46 Offerors on $950M Core Support Services IDIQ

U.S. Special Operations Command has released an updated list of 46 awardees on a potential $950M contract for core services in support of SOCOM’s enterprise requirements in the U.S. and abroad.

SOCOM initially awarded the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract in May and the Department of Defense said Friday the command updated the list after a corrective action was initiated in response to protests filed with the Government Accountability Office and Small Business Administration size challenges were addressed.

The command will use operations and maintenance funds for fiscal 2020 to meet a contract minimum guarantee of $2,000 under the IDIQ contract, which covers knowledge-based services and subject matter expertise in support of engineering, training, education, program management, professional and technical requirements.

The awardees are:

  • Arrow Security and Training
  • ATSG
  • Consulting Services Group
  • Core One Solutions
  • Crisis Response
  • D3 Air & Space Operations
  • Defense Acquisition
  • Delan Associates
  • EnGenius
  • Federal Information Systems
  • Firebird AST
  • FITT Scientific
  • Gemini Industries
  • Geo Owl
  • Global Dimensions
  • Iron EagleX
  • K2 Solutions
  • Legion Systems
  • Lukos
  • METIS Celestar JV
  • MHM Innovations
  • Nisga’a Tek
  • Prescient Edge
  • Preting
  • ProCleared
  • Quiet Professionals
  • R3 Strategic Support Group
  • Red Gate Group
  • RMGS
  • Spathe Systems
  • Special Applications Group
  • Strategic Solutions Unlimited
  • Streamline Defense
  • T3i
  • Threat Tec
  • TriDcor JV
  • Tyoneck Global Services
  • Universal Strategy Group
  • Vistra Communications
  • VxL Enterprise
  • Walsingham Group
  • Webworld Technologies

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