INSCOM recently issued an RFI and hosted an Industry Day for the upcoming GIS acquisition and is still deciding on an acquisition strategy. This meeting will include a briefing on the opportunity and discussion with the INSCOM Director of Contracting on how Small Business can ensure a seat at the table when the final requirement is released.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
From 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
718 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
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Click here to view the details of two INSCOM Global Intelligence TeamingConnection™ events scheduled for
10/19 in McLean, VA and 10/25 in Alexandria, VA. Space is limited.
OpportunityInsight meetings are timely and relevant information exchanges related to specific requirements and acquisition activities of U.S. government agencies and their contractors, and is hosted as an activity of The ASBC Business-to-Government Industry Education and Market Intelligence program (B2GEDU).
The U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) conducts intelligence, security and information
operations for military commanders and national decision makers, and
provides the warfighter battlefield intelligence needed to focus and
leverage combat power. INSCOM conducts intelligence preparation of the
battlefield to situation development, SIGINT analysis, imagery
exploitation, and science and technology intelligence production to
ensure multi-discipline intelligence support to theater/component
warfighters, the Intelligence Community (IC) and other national
INSCOM recently issued a sources sought and hosted an industry day conference to identify industry partners to support the
Global Intelligence (GI) Services Contract acquisition for Intelligence
Collection and Analysis Support, Operations Support to include Logistics
and Facilities Management, Research and Development to include Systems
Engineering Support, Administrative Support to include Force Management
and Requirements Analysis, Information Technology development to support
Intelligence and Training.
The result of this market research will
contribute to solidifying the acquisition strategy and determining the
method of procurement. All interested parties must possess a Top Secret
facility clearance at the time of the award to be eligible for contract
award. Personnel performing work under this acquisition will require
at a minimum TS/SCI security clearance. The applicable North American
Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to this procurement
is 541990 NAICS All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical
In addition to market intelligence and teaming discussions, we'll be joined by Mr. Bob Adams, INSCOM Director of Contracting, as we discuss how the small business community should best present itself for this opportunity.
Mr. Adams is
currently serving as the Director of Contracting at Headquarters, U.S. Army
Intelligence and Security Command. In
that capacity he oversees a procurement operation that obligates over $2B
annually, supporting the intelligence community around the world by providing
intelligence analysis, linguist support worldwide, biometrics research, and
other secure and classified services and developmental efforts.
Participation in this OpportunityInsight event is limited to U.S. owned/controlled small businesses who meet the $7.0M size standard (NAICS 541990). All registration requests are subject to approval.
Space is limited. Pre-registration required.No onsite registrations or substitutions permitted.
$65 for Corporate Members; $85 for Individual Members; $115 for Not Yet Members
(Your registration includes a light breakfast.)
All registrations are subject to The ASBC Event Policy.