ATSC manages a broad portfolio of government contract vehicles to provide our clients with fast, flexible channels to access the full range the products and services we offer. ATSC has a number of Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity
(IDIQ) contracts that can be utilized by our partners and teammates to support support a broad range of missions. ATSC’s past performance with the federal government and these flexible contracting arrangements provide us with the ability to meet any customer requirement and deliver to them best solutions for missions across the world.
ATSC currently holds a seat as a prime contractor on the following United States Government Multiple Award Contract Vehicles:
Force Protection Systems Products for Integrated Base Defense Omnibus, $997M
Contract Number: W911QY-11-D-0026
With a ceiling of $997,000,000, the Force Protection Systems Integrated Base Defense (FPS-IBD) Omnibus is a multiple award IDIQ contract to provide inside-the-wire and outside-the wire Force Protection and early warning systems. Force Protection Omnibus will provide warfighters with modular systems, equipment, and components that can be used as stand-alone or integrated systems to protect a range of installations – from small units to large base-wide areas.This competitive award was made by the U.S. Army Contracting Command. Terms allow for Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) task orders for a period of three years, with options for additional years. Force Protection Omnibus establishes a long-term IDIQcontract vehicle with a select group of highly qualified contractors.
Force Protection Services, $249.3M
Contract Number: W911QY-13-D-0096
Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), multiple award contract for a five-year period of performance, including one 2-year base period, three 1-year option periods and one six-month option with a total contract ceiling of $249,300,000. The Performance Work Statement (PWS) includes five primary areas of support to include: Activities to Effect Movement of Equipment within and outside Theaters of Operation; Operational and Field Support; Training and Help Desk Support; Test and Evaluation; and Program Management and Transition. The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision and non-personal services as defined in this PWS at Government sites in CONUS and OCONUS, including but not limited to, Forward Operating Bases (FOB) and Combat Outposts (COP) in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait and Qatar. Specific requirements will be issued at the TO level.
Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7145
SeaPort Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) are designed to include all aspects of professional support services (SeaPort-I MAC) and Engineering, Technical, & Programmatic Support Services (SeaPort-e MAC) as required by the Virtual Systems Command, its related Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and field affiliates. These contracts are not intended to nor will they be used to procure any personal services or services which are inherently governmental.
Generally, SeaPort MACs provide vehicles to procure engineering, technical, programmatic, and professional support services for authorized users through all phases of ship and weapon system life cycle - technology development, concept exploration, design, specification development, construction/production, test and evaluation, certification, operation, maintenance, improvement/modernization, overhaul and refueling, salvage and disposal. The scope of the contracts also includes professional support services to assist in the development, review and execution of search and salvage, diving, underwater ship husbandry, and pollution control program areas.
The objective of the MACs is to provide government managers with timely high quality services for a reasonable price maximizing innovation and cost reduction initiatives. All Task Orders placed against a MAC contract must fall within the general scope defined in the basic MAC contracts.
Third Party Logistics (3PL) - Warner Robins AFB, $231M
Contract Number: FA8517-14-D-0010
Robins Air Force Base Third Party Logistics (3PL) Follow-on Service Acquisition contract, a $231,000,000 ceiling firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) vehicle designed to provide services necessary to source, acquire and ensure delivery of a broad range of support equipment items, on demand, to the warfighter. The preponderance of the work is services necessary to manage and leverage the supply chain for the scope of this contract which encompasses approximately 3,000 national stock numbers. This award is the result of a 100 percent small business set-aside acquisition. This contract has funds obligated for operations and maintenance, Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group and Foreign Military Sales (FMS). Twenty-five percent of this contract will support FMS.
Culvert Challenge - Counter IED, $49.6M
Contract Number: W911QX-14-D-0017
The Counter-IED Culvert Inspection Challenge is a $49.6 million multiple award ID/IQ contract with the US Army Research Lab/Joint Improvised Explosive Devices Defeat Organization. The contract was established to find innovative solutions for surveillance and inspection in or around roadway culverts, tunnels and tunneling events under roadways, and roadway craters to defeat Improvised Explosive Device (IED) emplacements. The contract covers the initial task order challenge event through future testing, development and deployment of solutions.