OASIS SB is a 100-percent small business set-aside contract, and was developed in response to the government’s substantial need for a hybrid, government-wide acquisition vehicle. OASIS SB provides a streamlined solution for both commercial and non-commercial needs.
Regardless of the particular area of expertise or mission of the agency originating the requirement, OASIS SB may be used to support and/or improve an organization’s Program Management, Management Consulting, Engineering, Scientific, Logistics, and Financial disciplines that span all life cycle phases for a total integrated solution.
Intrepid provides expertise/services in all OASIS “Core Disciplines”:
- Program Management
- Management Consulting
- Financial Management
OASIS SB Contact Info:
Intrepid Pool 4 Contract
POOL 4: Research & Development Engineering
- Joint Interoperability Development and Support
- Logistics and Training Services
- Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS)
- Remote Sensing and Analysis
- Wargames and Exercise Development and Support
Intrepid Pool 5A Contract
POOL 5A: Research & Development Aircraft Auxiliary & Aircraft Parts
- Open Systems Architectures (OSAs) Maturation & Experimentation (e.g., FACE Technical Standard, VICTORY)
- Exploring Efficiencies in Airworthiness Qualification
- Prototyping New and Enhanced Avionics Capabilities (enabled by software, hardware, or a combination of both)
Intrepid Pool 6 Contract
POOL 6:R Research and Development in Support of Aircrafts & Systems
- Business Enterprise Systems
- Battle Command and Control Systems
- Cryptologic and Cyber Systems
- Advanced Program Support (Special Access Programs)
OASIS Program Manager
The INTREPID System Engineering and Technical Assistance Contract (SETAC 2010) serves the US Army Space & Missile Defense Command (SMDC), Program Executive Office Missiles & Space (PEO MS), and other associated U.S. air, space, and missile defense organizations. The purpose of the contract is to obtain systems engineering and technical assistance for defense against evolving threats and to coordinate all technology based development to maximize benefits for strategic and theater missile defense and air and space technology programs.
The SETAC contract is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Task Order contract using Fixed-Price Labor Categories.
Services Covered Under the SETAC Scope of Work (SOW)
- Programmatic and Business Initiatives
- Requirements Definition, Analysis, Integration, and Planning
- Concept Development and Assessment
- Program/Project Analysis and Assessment
- Threat Estimation and Projection
- Weapons Lethality, Survivability, Electronic Warfare and Kill Assessment and Effects Estimation
- Engineering and Analysis Support to Assess Technology, Models, Simulations and Prototypes
- Logistics Assessment
- Environmental, Treaty and Security Compliance
To find out if your organization may use the SETAC contract, contact Mark Vaporis, SETAC PM.
SETAC Program Manager
The Remote Sensing (RS) and Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) provides support to meet the R&D and O&M competencies necessary for the successful development, evaluation, demonstration, operation, and sustainment of innovative capabilities for Joint Service needs across the RS & C4 mission areas. This BPA encompasses rapid prototyping, testing, evaluation, demonstrations and assessments, user Concept of Operations (CONOPS), technical assessments, system development, and operations that will support near- and long-term operator/warfighter requirements within the DoD. Intrepid is one of only 6 companies to win a spot on the domain for Manned and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Engineering, Integration, and Test and Evaluation within this BPA.
This domain is focused on services such as:
- Systems engineering of various sensor suites in order to better link aerial platforms to war fighters on the ground.
- Development of innovative techniques for displaying actionable intelligence or situational awareness to end users.
- Validation of CONOP efficiencies through testing and demonstrations.
- Capabilities demonstrations of software and hardware capabilities.
- Systems engineering and technical support for the development of future requirements for recommended modifications and dual-use opportunities with government platforms and data.
- Systems engineering in support of the development of next generation systems.
- Systems engineering and integration for non-traditional collection capabilities, development of integrated tools, and sensor technologies.
- Developmental systems engineering as required to support specific advanced capabilities program needs.
- Support CONUS and/or OCONUS end-to-end operations and logistics during the test and evaluation, demonstration, and/or operations period.
- CONUS- and OCONUS-based data processing of data that has been collected both CONUS and OCONUS. Production of data sets using standard production methodology and techniques.
Intrepid holds two Professional Services Schedule (PSS) contracts with GSA:
- GSA Professional Engineering Services (PES) Schedule 871
The PES Schedule 871 provides federal agencies with solutions for their various engineering requirements. This schedule offers a broad range of civil engineering disciplines from mechanical, electrical, and chemical components. In addition, the PES Schedule focuses on aerospace, marine, and nuclear engineering services. Intrepid’s specific Special Item Numbers (SINs) under this schedule are:
- 871-1: Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities
- 871-2: Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
- 871-3: System Design, Engineering and Integration
- 871-4: Test and Evaluation
- 871-6: Acquisition Life Cycle Management
- GSA Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) Schedule 874
The MOBIS Schedule 874 provides federal agencies with business consulting solutions ranging from consulting, facilitation, quality assurance, analysis, strategy formulation, advisory and assistance, research, and training to acquisition and program support. Intrepid’s specific SINs under this schedule are:
- 874-1: Integrated Consulting Services
- 874-6: Acquisition Management Support
- 874-7: Integrated Business Program Support Services
The MiDAESS Program consists of seven total functional areas. The EXPRESS Program provides the full gamut of engineering and support services to the U. S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA). Intrepid is on a variety of teams in all but one functional area in Small Business and Full & Open categories.
The seven functional areas currently being utilized in the MiDAESS program are:
- Quality, Safety, & Mission Assurance (QSMA) Support Capability Group (1)
- Acquisition Support Capability Group (2)
- Engineering Support Capability Group (3)
- Infrastructure & Deployment Support Capability Group (4)
- Agency Operations Support Capability Group (5)
- Security and Intelligence Support Capability Group (6)
- Agency Advisory Analytical Support (7)
|INTREPID’S MIDAESS TEAMS|
|Small Business||Full & Open|
Technical, Programmatic, Logistics and Business & Analytical Domains
The EXPRESS Program consists of a group of 27 Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs). The EXPRESS Program provides the full gamut of advisory and assistance services to the U. S. Army Missile Command (AMCOM) and its customers. Four domains are currently being utilized in the EXPRESS program; Business & Analytical (B&A), Logistics (LOG), Programmatic (PROG) and Technical (TECH). INTREPID is on a variety of teams in all four domains both large and small business along with being both a team member and a subcontractor.
Technical Domain Teams:
- Quantum (SB)
- Radiance (SB)
- Torch (SB)
- Sigmatech (SB)
- Intuitive (SB)
- DCS Corp. (SB)
Programmatic Domain Teams:
- Wyle (CAS)
- Intuitive (SB)
- Digi-Flight (SB)
- Total Computer Solutions (SB)
- Sigmatech (SB)
Logistics Domain Teams:
- LMI (Belzon)
- Eleit Technology (SB)
Business & Analytical Domain Teams:
- Quantitech (SB)
- Delta Solutions (SB)