SWMS

SOCOM Wide Mission Support (SWMS)

DynCorp International is a sub on both SWMS A and SWMS B IDIQ supporting the Department of Defense (DoD), U.S. Special Operations Command’s requirement for SOF and Intel Training.

SWMS A Contract Number: H92222-15-D-0023 (Raytheon Blackbird)
End Date: 07/2020
Awarding Agency: Department of Defense
Authorized Users: Any DoD customer whose work falls into the stated scope can use this IDIQ.
Contract Ceiling: $900M
Contract Types: Firm Fixed Price,Cost Reimbursement,Cost Plus Fixed Fee,Cost Plus Award Term
NAICS Code: 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

SWMS B Contract Number: H92222-15-D-0037 (Metis Solutions, LLC.)
End Date: 08/2020
Awarding Agency: Department of Defense
Authorized Users: Any DoD customer whose work falls into the stated scope can use this IDIQ.
Contract Ceiling: $450M
Contract Types: Firm Fixed Price,Cost Reimbursement,Cost Plus Fixed Fee,Cost Plus Award Term
NAICS Code: 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

Contract Scope: The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is a Unified Command of the Department of Defense (DoD). USSOCOM’s mission is to “Provide fully capable Special Operations Forces to defend the United States and its interests. Synchronize planning of global operations against terrorist networks.” This also includes three command priorities: “Deter, Disrupt, and Defeat Terrorist Threats; Develop and Support our People and Families; and Sustain and Modernize the Force”. These priorities support USSOCOM’s ongoing efforts to ensure SOF are highly trained, properly equipped and deployed to the right places at the right times for the right missions. USSOCOM is responsible for all Special Operations Forces (SOF) in DoD1. USSOCOM leads, plans, synchronizes, and as directed, executes global operations against terrorist networks. USSOCOM also trains, organizes, equips and deploys combat ready special operations forces to combatant commands. USSOCOM responsibilities include training and equipping these forces to perform their missions anywhere in the world at any time. Specific responsibilities of USSOCOM include: developing, acquiring, fielding, and supporting special operations equipment, materiel, supplies and systems and ensuring the interoperability of equipment with other DoD systems Interagency and Partner nations.
The Contractor shall provide:

  • Engineering Management Services – pertains to contractual services such as systems engineering, specifications development, technical assistance, engineering and technical services, simulations, and professional services and technology sharing
  • Program Management Services – consists of services related to Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) management and support, special studies and analysis, operations research, policy review and development, program evaluation, program management/support, program review/development, and management services/contract and procurement
  • Professional Services – contracted services that provide organized, analytical evaluations in support of policy review and development, program management support, operations research, simulation services, specifications development, systems engineering, analyses, or evaluations

For more information please contact:

Denise DeFilipppo
Director, IDIQ Marketing & Capture
Office: 8703-462-7141
idiqmarketing@dyn-intl.com