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19 April 2000

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted March 4, 1998]
[Printed Issue Date: March 6, 1998]
From the Commerce Business Daily Online via GPO Access

CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Commander, USAINSCOM SPT Bn (PROV), Attn: IASB-DCO, 8825
  Beulah Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5246
SOL DASC01-98-R-0004
DUE 042998
POC Connie Castleton, 703.706.2793, Gail Gilchrist, 703.706.1710
  of services to provide continued update, revision, and development
  of the AIMP and continued sustainment and maintenance of an
  analytic assessment tool. The AIMP is the vision for Army Intelligence
  and Electronic Warfare (IEW) portrayed in a series of chapters,
  architectures, strategies, concepts, and roadmaps outlining
  the current capabilities and the vision for the future. It
  uses analytic assessment tools to evaluate Army IEW mission
  areas and develops an investment strategy to achieve the future
  vision. The overall effort supports the requirements of the
  HQDA, ODCSINT ODCSOPS, US Army Intelligence Center and Fort
  Huachuca, Arizona, and other intelligence interests. The primary
  work effort will be in the Washington, DC area, with on-site
  support at other Continental United States (CONUS) facilities.
  A Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) suitable
  for operation of non-TEMPEST certified ADPE, software development
  and testing is required and must be no farther than three miles
  outside the Washington, DC Capital Beltway. The following criteria
  are areas of importance for evaluation of proposals (not in
  order of importance): 1. Personnel shall have recent experience
  in Army and joint intelligence doctrine, plans, and operations,
  and military force design. 2. Personnel shall have knowledge
  of the Military Intelligence resource process - DOD and Army
  Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution
  System (PPBES) as well as the Capabilities Programming and
  Budgeting System (CPBS). 3. Personnel shall have expertise
  using JAVA, C, C++, CLOS, CLIM, Common LISP programming and
  complex decision support system development using knowledge
  based design and open system environment techniques in building
  computer based systems, LISP ADPE systems, and application
  software design and development; website management; graphic
  design configuration management; and UNIX operating system
  software design. 4. Personnel shall possess a Top Secret Special
  Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance that shall be
  adjudicated by the Department of the Army at the time of contract
  award. Anticipated release date of the solicitation is March
  20, 1998. The tentative date for the pre-proposal conference
  is April 1, 1998, time - 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., location
  - the Jimmy Garrett Conference Room, Headquarters United States
  Army Intelligence and Security Command, 8825 Beulah Street,
  Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5246. Security clearances are not required
  for the pre-proposal conference. Attendance at the conference
  will be limited to two representatives per company, including
  divisions/subsidiaries. Registration for conference attendees
  should be received by March 25, 1998. Point of contact for
  conference registration is Constance Castleton, 703.706.2793.
  To ensure timely processing, all solicitation requests should
  be received within 15 calendar days after publication of this
  notice. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code for
  this acquisition is 7379 ($18 million). Only offerors with
  demonstrated experience in the listed environments and current
  Top-Secret facility clearances should respond to the solicitation.
  Solicitation responses must list the facility clearance contractor
  cage code and the cognizant-security office for the offeror
  in the cover letter or the response will not be processed.
  Solicitation requests MUST be in writing. Telephone inquiries
  will not be accepted. This is a follow-on to contract number
  DAHC90-93-D-0011; the incumbent is MYSTECH ASSOCIATES, INC.
  SEE Numbered Note 25.
CITE: (W-063 SN174589)