Air Combat Command Starts Solicitation for $5.3B Cyberspace Support Program

Air Combat Command has released its final request for proposals for a potential $5.3 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle meant to help warfighters gain information advantage as they operate in the cyber domain.

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Offerors have until Oct. 26 to submit bids for the Enterprise Cyber Capabilities acquisition program, which has a five-year base period of performance and a five-year option.

The impending EC2 contract covers a range of support services for the command’s entire cyber framework, including command and control, planning and operations, vulnerability research, full-spectrum testing, software and tool development, modeling and simulation and threat assessment.

In its prior presolicitation notice, ACC noted the EC2 program will have unrestricted and small business pools and the command expects to issue awards in the first quarter of fiscal 2023.

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