The Army Futures Command has issued a draft request for proposals for a potential five-year, $65 million contract that will involve the experimentation of concepts and technologies for the Cyber Battle Lab at Fort Gordon in Georgia.
A presolicitation notice posted Friday on SAM.gov says the command is seeking a contractor to assess proposed new technical approaches to address force modernization capability gaps across the U.S. Army’s cyber, electronic warfare and information network and advantage areas.
The scope of work includes model development, systems engineering and administration, prototyping and security center services.
A Secret Security Clearance is a minimum requirement for contractor personnel who will support the CBL mission.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is reserved for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. Interested parties have until Aug. 12 to submit questions and comments to the Army regarding the contracting opportunity.