Air Force Expects RFP Release for Agile Cyber Technology 3 Vehicle by February

Air Force Expects RFP Release for Agile Cyber Technology 3 Vehicle by February

The U.S. Air Force expects to release a solicitation for the third iteration of a potential five-year, $950M contract vehicle for cybersecurity research and development support in mid-late February.

A beta SAM notice posted Wednesday says the service’s program management/technical team will conduct private meetings virtually from Jan. 25 to Feb. 12 to provide vendors an opportunity to share their capabilities and ask questions about the upcoming request for proposals for the Agile Cyber Technology 3 contract.

In July 2020, the Air Force Research Laboratory announced that the ACT 3 vehicle will be a total small business set-aside program to meet AFRL’s technical requirements needed to achieve cyber superiority in several areas, including full spectrum cyber operations, cyber threat avoidance and defense, situation and mission awareness, modeling, simulation and wargaming, network exploitation and command and control.

ACT 3 will be a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract and the service anticipates the selection of four to six prime contractors under the vehicle.

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