Homeland Defense and Security Technical Area Task Contract

hdiacHomeland Defense and Security technical area task contract (HDTAT) is a multiple award indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that supports of the following technical areas:

    • Homeland security and defense
    • Critical infrastructure protection
    • Weapons of mass destruction
    • Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) defense
    • Biometrics
    • Medical
    • Cultural studies
    • Alternative energy

 

The HDTAT contract is a follow-on to a predecessor legacy contract: Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Information Analysis Center (CBRNIAC) contract, which covered the scope areas of homeland security & defense, critical infrastructure protection, weapons of mass destruction, and CBRN defense. Four new scope areas have been added including biometrics, medical, cultural studies, and alternative energy to complete the HDTAT contract.

The purpose of the HDTAT contract is to leverage the best expertise from industry, other government agencies, and academia to solve the government’s toughest scientific and technical problems. The IACs serve as a ready tool for strategic, operational and tactical organizations within DoD and the broader community. The IACs build a community of subject matter experts (SMEs) and provide critical scientific and technical information (STI) for DoD, enabling it to avoid the creation of duplicate holdings of STI, as well as avoid duplication in analytical capabilities in various R&D support components.

The IACs provide tactical relevance through direct connection to the Warfighter, and strategic value through long term trend analysis and recommendations. Products, such as state-of-the-art reports (SOARs), provide a detailed analysis of critical challenges, while technical inquiry services offer a direct connection to a vast network of subject matter experts from across government, industry and academia.

The IACs also work directly with customers on core analysis tasks (CAT) and technical area tasks (TAT), both of which yield new STI. They collect, maintain and develop analytical tools and techniques including databases, models and simulations and provide research and analysis services to customers with diverse, complex, and challenging requirements.

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HDTAT Contract Specifications

Customers are required to submit a requirements package. The IAC Program Management Office has a dedicated Customer Support Cell (CSC) to help the requiring activity (RA) through the entire process of requirements package development and submission. Please contact the CSC via email at dtic.belvoir.iac.mbx.csc@mail.mil to assist in putting together the requirements package.

Contract Type: IDIQ Multiple Award Contract for Research and Development (R&D) and/or Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS) related to R&D efforts
Ceiling: $900M Date Awarded: 1 May 14 Minimum DO Amount: $2,500
Economy Act: All Outside Agencies Certify Customers: DoD, Government, Industry & Academia
Term: 5 Years, 1 Year Base with 4 one-year option periods Contractor Evaluation: Requiring Activity
Contractors:
AECOM
Battelle Memorial Institute
Booz Allen Hamilton
Jacobs Technology, Inc.
Leidos Inc.
MacAulay-Brown Inc.
MRI Global
National Security Information Associates
Scitor Corporation
Strategic Analysis Inc.
TASC Inc.
Wyle Laboratories Inc.
Points of Contact: Brian Winik - Contracting Officer | Melinda Rozga - COR
Financial Acceptance Office: DTIC dtic.belvoir.rm.mbx.iac-mipr@mail.mil
Customer Shared Direct Cost Rate: Please see our financial management page
FY End Ordering Cut-off: Varies based on requirement; contact HD COR for further information
Ordering Process:
    1. Customers submit a requirements package to the DTIC IAC PMO in accordance with the Task Order Guidelines.
    2. The IAC PMO and Contracting Office will review the requirements package to ensure compliance, completeness and applicability to the IAC program goals.
    3. The Contracting Office solicits proposals from HD MAC prime contractors through a RFP.
    4. The Contracting Office awards the task order to the winning HD TAT contractor.
Available Services:
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