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Air Force Opens Solicitation for Geospatial Service Recompete

The Department of the Air Force has begun seeking proposals for the recompete of geospatial support and services to enhance shared situational awareness and improve decision-making processes in military combat operations.

The GS&S 2.0 procurement effort will consist of approximately 10 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity basic contracts, with half being reserved for small businesses, according to a notice posted Monay on SAM.gov.

Task orders encompass operations support; geospatial strategic support; communications, education and training support; geospatial analysis and data presentation; geospatial data; geospatial IT system support and management; system assessment and authorization; application development, modernization and sustainment; and surge and contingency support.

GS&S 2.0 will support major commands, field operating agencies, numbered air forces, main operating bases and forward operating locations.

Responses are due June 16.

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