The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency has released a request for information on industry capabilities that could support the follow-on functional areas 1 and 3 under the MOJAVE program that provides services to help NGA and its components carry out their management, information technology, security and intelligence functions.
NGA plans to award a five-year, multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the follow-on MOJAVE program with labor categories that are expected to be similar to those of the current initiative, according to a sources sought notice posted Thursday on the beta SAM website.
The labor categories include business continuity planner; web and multimedia; program/project management; corporate communications; GEOINT technical support; information assurance specialist; software configuration analyst; and planning, policy and business analysis.
NGA outlined questions for interested stakeholders, including their capability to meet the contractor management requirements of the follow-on program, ability to support functions and associated labor categories identified and past performance experience in providing similar services.
The agency is seeking recommendations on several topics that are key to shaping the proposed acquisition for the MOJAVE follow-on initiative, including the type of contract, anticipated contract terms and conditions, data requirements, contract pricing and incentives.
NGA also posted information on active task orders under the program’s functional areas 1 and 2 to offer insights into current requirements.
The agency will accept questions on the follow-on effort through May 31. Capability statements in response to the RFI are due July 2.