The US Special Operations Command (US SOCOM) awarded 4 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts for the Global Battlestaff and Program Support Services (GBPS) program. The 4 contracts have a maximum value of $1.5 billion.
Under the GBPS contracts, the contractors will provide personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items necessary to support a broad range of US SOCOM mission areas.
The GBPS contracts are follow-on to the more narrowly focused acquisition, logistics, management, and business operations support (ALMBOS) contracts, which were earlier awarded to Jacobs and Gemini Industries and expired on April 30/10. In response to the GBPS RFP [pdf], Gemini filed a protest with the GAO, but the agency denied the protest (solicitation number: H92222-09-R-0034) on April 29/10.
The winners of the GBPS contracts are:
- CACI-WGI in Chantilly, VA (H92222-10-D-0016);
- SRA International in Fairfax, VA (H92222-10-D-0017);
- Jacobs Technology in Tampa, FL (H92222-10-D-0018); and
- Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA (H92222-10-D-0019).
Under the contracts, the companies will compete for task orders to provide global, non-personal services unique to special operation forces and intellectual capital to assist with day-to-day business operations. They will also compete to provide subject matter expertise in the following areas:
- time sensitive planning;
- interagency support;
- intelligence operations;
- military planning;
- intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance program analysis;
- biometrics, socio-cultural analysis, geospatial analysis, signals intelligence, and human terrain initiatives with ISR support;
- administrative support;
- public affairs;
- joint planning, budget and resource management;
- readiness planning and reporting;
- personnel reporting;
- acquisition and life cycle program management;
- procurement support;
- engineering support including research, development, science, technology, and systems engineering;
- graphics support and other business for USSOCOM.
The anticipated period of performance is a 3-year base period with one 2-year option period, for a total contract period of performance not to exceed 5 years. The place of performance is multiple locations in the United States and overseas.