DynCorp International (DI) is one of 11 awardees selected by the Department of State (DoS) Office of Acquisition Management (A/LM/AQM) Diplomatic Platform Support Services for a full range of services for Life Support Services, Logistics Services (LSS&L), and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services to DoS and other U.S. Government agencies under Chief of Mission Authority, and under special circumstances, non-Chief of Mission activities across the globe.
This contract is an Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract, as defined in FAR 16.504. The Government may award Task Orders to Contractors based on a Contractor’s unique qualifications or capabilities, or based on any other benefit to the Government; otherwise all Contractors will be provided a fair opportunity to be considered for Task Orders that are estimated to exceed the FAR Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Threshold. Each Task Order Request for Proposal (TORP) will identify a description of the work to be performed, the place of performance, and period of performance for each requirement.
Contract Number: 19AQMM-19-D-0111
Period of Performance: 1-year base and 4 option years
Awarding Agency: DoS – A/LM/AQM
Authorized Users: DoS and other U.S. Government Agencies under Chief of Mission Authority, and under special circumstances, non-Chief of Mission activities across the globe
Contract Ceiling: $6.0B total for all awardees
Contract Types: Task Order driven. Firm Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursement
NAICS Code: 561210
Contract Scope: DiPSS is an IDIQ contract vehicle that is Task Order driven. It is anticipated that a large portion of the contract work will focus on locations in the Middle East and South Central Asia contingency environments; however DiPSS will be available to other Bureaus, Posts, Missions, and potentially agencies operating in other areas and will not be limited to any one region of the world.
DoS operates approximately 250 posts worldwide at any given time; this number changes as global situations dictate. Some posts are located in areas that are considered to have a high threat level; including areas with Department of Defense designated contingency operations. Over the last five years, AQM awarded 29 acquisition instruments (contracts, purchase orders, blanket purchase agreements, etc.) for Life Support Services & Logistics (LSS&L) and Operations & Maintenance (O&M) services in Middle East and South Central Asia. Several of the acquisition instruments have been relatively narrowly scoped, country or post-specific contracts. The DiPSS contract will create opportunities for DoS to augment U.S. Government staff in situations overseas where demand for services exceeds U.S. Mission capacity to support, as well as capture significant savings; achieve economies of scale and promote efficiencies in back-office operations.
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