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FAA Begins Market Research for Potential $1.3B Program Management Office Technical Assistance Contract

The Federal Aviation Administration has asked industry for feedback on its plan to award multiple indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts as a follow-on to FAA’s Program Support Services contracts that are set to expire by the end of December 2027.

The proposed Program Management Office Technical Assistance Contract will have a one-year base term and six option years with a ceiling value of approximately $1.3 billion and intends to acquire a broad set of technical and professional services to support the operations of FAA’s air traffic organization, according to a sources sought notice published Friday.

According to the notice, there are six incumbent vendors providing services through the PSS contracts: A3T Technology, Cavan Solutions, L.S. Technologies, Oasis/HSI, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and Regulus.

FAA said it expects the PTAC vehicle to support several program management office directorates, including program control and integration, air traffic systems directorate, enterprise services and the surveillance services directorate, across 24 functional areas.

These functional areas of support include systems engineering, software engineering, information systems security, logistics, telecommunications, research and development, cybersecurity and cloud implementation and maintenance.

According to the projected schedule of events for the planned PTAC procurement, the agency intends to solicit proposals by April 2025 and award the contract by February 2026.

Responses to the market survey are due April 6.

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