MULTIPLE CONTRACT AWARDEE
VATC’s diverse contract vehicles expedite the delivery of our products and services, enabling us to respond to your requirements in a timely and efficient manner. These vehicles include government-wide acquisition agreements, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts, blanket purchase agreements (BPA), and customer-specific task orders.
Furthermore, VATC products and services can be acquired through allocated funds from the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Women Owned Small Businesses (WOSB). Effective as of December 31, 2015, the FAR Council adopted an interim rule incorporating the WOSB sole source authority and the WOSB set-asides authority in 2013 (FAR 19.1506). Please contact us for more information on taking advantage of single-source procurement through the WOSB program.
GSA contract vehicles are used to provide professional services to federal government agencies. Open to all federal agencies, GSA schedules can streamline the ordering process and speed the delivery of products and services.
Contract No. GS-07F-068DA
Type: IDIQ – TM, CPFF, LH, FFP
PoP: 02 Feb 2016 – 01 Feb 2021
Contract No. GS-35F-186CA
Type: IDIQ – TM, CPFF, LH, FFP
PoP: 12 Feb 2015 – 11 Feb 2020
VATC’s Seaport NxG Multiple Award Contract (MAC) is a 10-year, $50B contract vehicle awarded for project management and engineering support services. Seaport NxG is designed to include all aspects of professional support services. This includes systems engineering, software development, research and development, system design documentation and technical data, financial analysis, quality assurance, configuration management, information technology and logistics support as required by Naval Sea Systems Command.
DoD estimates the government will procure $5B worth of services annually through SeaPort-NxG, which contains a five-year base period of performance and a five-year ordering period option.
Contract No. N00178-19-D-8814
Type – IDIQ – TM, CPFF, LH, FFP
PoP: 02 Jan 2019 – 01 Jan 2024 (5-year Base; 5-year Option)
NATO Communications and Information Agency Basic Ordering Agreement
Provides a vehicle for our customers to procure training operations support, advanced training services, strategic advisory and consulting, specialized IT and network services, and modeling and simulation support.
FA2517-15-P-9001: NORAD-USNORTHCOM/J7 Training and Operations Systems Analysis (TOSA) Support
TOSAs provide the analytical methodology necessary to support the requirements-based training and readiness requirements and ensure integration with the global DoD Joint Training community.
Analysis and Training Support
FA8650-15-D-4076: USAF/AFMC 711 Human Performance Wing (HPW) Mission Support Professional Services
Provide the following advisory and non-advisory assistance services for:
Management support services
Certified support services
Technical support services
Clinical support services
Management and professional services
Studies, Analyses, and Evaluations
Engineering and technical services
H92222-15-D-0035: SOCOM Wide Mission Support (SWMS) Group B
Support the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) which oversees the training, doctrine, and equipping all of the US Special Operations Forces (SOF) units. Provide professional services in support of global SOF:
Education and training to include combat modeling, exercise planning support, exercise execution support, training and mission rehearsal support, education policy analysis and revision, cultural and language training support, translation services, etc.
Management support to include position and concept papers, reports, independent expert support, etc.
Non-SORDAC administrative and other services to include position and concept papers, reports, basic office functions, etc.
HSHQDC-16-D-P2019: DHS PACTS II
Establish a suite of IDIQ contracts for non-IT (Operations (Clerical) and Administrative Services) to support the Department of Homeland Security in the CONUS, to include:
Day-to-day office administrative support services, such as financial planning, billing and recordkeeping, and personnel.
Business operations support services to include letter drafting; document editing or proofreading, typing, word processing or desktop publishing; and other secretarial services, answering telephone calls and relaying messages to clients, postal and mailing services and one or more other office support services such as facsimile services, and word processing services.
Court Reporting and Stenotype Services to include verbatim reporting and stenotype recording of live legal proceedings, and transcribe subsequent recorded materials and any other business support services, for example: address bar coding services, bard code imprinting services, and mail presorting services.