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    Top Small Business Programs

    Fiscal Year 2011

    October 2010

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    Opportunity Selection Overview

    The opportunities presented have been selected based onthe following factors:

    Estimated Value

    Importance/Vitality of the opportunity to government

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    DHS EAGLE II

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Enterprise Solutions Office, will re-compete the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions (EAGLE)requirement. The EAGLE II solicitation will include two separate and distinct sourceselections, one unrestricted and one set-aside for small business. Source selection willbe at the functional category level within each track. In the Small Business andUnrestricted tracks, a manageable number of awards will be made in FunctionalCategories (FC) 1-3 to ensure adequate competition at the Task Order level WithinService Delivery (FC1), source selections will be within small business categories forHUBZone, 8(a), Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB), and other smallbusinesses to ensure representation in each of these categories.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $22 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0054400

    Contact:Purnell Drew202-447-5557purnell.drew@dhs.gov

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    CIO-SP3 SMALL BUSINESS

    The Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health(NIH) has a requirement for the next generation contracts to supportgovernment IT efforts, with a focus on health and research IT. These IT servicesinclude health and biomedical-related IT services to meet scientific, health,administrative, operational, managerial, and information managementrequirements. The NIH will replace the CIO-SP2i contract and the IW2nd contractto facilitate the combination of the two contracts into one unrestricted and onerestricted GWAC.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $20 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0055951

    Contact:Edward Wilgus

    301-402-8360

    edward.wilgus@nih.gov

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    COMMUNICATION AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS (CTS)

    The Department of the Army, Project Manager, Defense Communications andArmy Transmission Systems (PM DCATS), Fort Monmouth, NJ, in conjunctionwith Information Technology, E-Commerce, and Commercial Contracting Center(ITEC4) has a requirement for the Communication and Transmission Systems(CTS) Program including a state-of-the-art CTS, components, associatedperipheral equipment, technology insertion, sub-assemblies, data, and ancillarytechnical support services for life cycle support. CTS is intended to be theprimary means of PM DCATS acquisition for hardware and ancillary services.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $19.5 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 3rd Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0044828

    Contact:Simone Jackson

    703-325-3352Simone.Jackson@us.army.mil

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    TECHNICAL, ACQUISITION AND BUSINESSSUPPORT SERVICES (TABSS )

    The Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard, intends toestablish a Department-Wide Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)Multiple Award Contract vehicle to provide technical, acquisition, and businesssupport services. The technical, acquisition and business support services to beacquired can be categorized into three domains: (1) Program Management,Engineering and Technology Support Services, (2) Business, FinancialManagement and Audit Support Services and (3) Contract Management SupportServices.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $11 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0059954

    Contact:Wendy Chaves

    202-475-3034wendy.g.chaves@uscg.mil

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    ITES - 3H

    The Department of the Army, Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software andSolutions (CHESS), requires state-of-the-art equipment and related services,including integration, under the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions -3Hardware (ITES-3H) contract procurement for worldwide use in support of theArmy. The ITES-3H contract will consist of multiple commercial Catalogs whichwill consist of UNIX Based Servers, Windows Based Servers, Workstations, ThinClients, Desktops and Notebooks, Storage Systems, Networking Equipment,Catalog F Network Printers, Video Equipment Products, Uninterruptible PowerSupplies (UPS). The government intends to reserve several awards for smallbusiness.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Early Stage

    Estimated Value: $5 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 3rd Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0058201

    Contact:Gregg Pisani

    732-427-6589gregg.a.pisani@us.army.mil

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    CAPS II

    The Department of the Air Force, Aeronautical Systems Center is in the processof preparing for the acquisition of Consolidated Acquisition of ProfessionalServices (CAPS) II. The contracts will fulfill the need for technical and acquisitionmanagement support to supplement government organic resources at ASCWright-Patterson AFB OH. The requirement include but are not limited to thefollowing services; Applicable Documents, General Requirements, ContractManagement and Administration, Acquisition Management Support, Test &Evaluation Support, Administrative Support, Security Management Support andConfiguration and Data Management Support.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $3 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Total Small Business

    FSI0052181

    Contact:Purnell Drew202-447-5557purnell.drew@dhs.gov

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    FIRSTSOURCE RE-COMPETE

    The Department of Homeland Security, Enterprise Solutions Office will re-compete the Department-wide, Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-QuantityFirstSource contract. The contract provides the Department with the ability topurchase from the winning contractors, a full array of Information Technology(IT) commodity products produced by various Original Equipment Manufacturers(OEMs), resellers, and suppliers. This contract includes IT commodities such as,but not limited to: equipment and software, networking equipment, wirelesstechnology, imaging products and voice recognition technology.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Early Stage

    Estimated Value: $3 Billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 3rd Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Total Small Business

    FSI0056172

    Contact:Sara Schroerlucke202-447-5561Sara.schroerlucke1@dhs.gov

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    SETAC 10

    The Department of the Army, Space and Missile Defense Command/Army ForcesStrategic Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT) has a requirement has a requirement forSystems Engineering and Technical Assistance Contract 2010 (SETAC 10). Thecontract will provide systems engineering and technical assistance forSMDC/ARSTRAT and other associated air, space, missile defense organizations insupport of their various air, space, missile defense, homeland security/homelanddefense, warfighter and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear missions asthey are defined by Higher Headquarters, Congress, and the Department ofDefense.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $2.75 billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Total Small Business

    FSI0051221

    Contact:Stephen Hayes

    256-955-3044stephen.hayes@smdc.army.mil

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    TSC III

    The Department of the Navy, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division(NAWCTSD), is in the preliminary planning phase for the third multiple-awardIndefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Training Systems Contract (TSC III),which is a follow-on to the competitively awarded second Training SystemsContract (TSC II). New training systems, modifications and upgrades to existingtraining systems, complementary Instructional Systems Development (ISD), andcomplementary Training Systems Support.

    Acquisition Details:Phase: Pre-RFP

    Estimated Value: $2 Billion

    Estimated RFP Date: 1st Quarter FY2011

    Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set-Aside

    FSI0056080

    Contact:Argentina V. Thompson407-380-8253thompsonav@navair.navy.mill

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    GSMGSM--ETIETI

    The Department of Defense, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)requires services for the Global Informaton Grid (GIG) Services Management-Engineering/Transition/Implementation (GSM-ETI). The contract will provideengineering, implementation and transition services to include systemsengineering and integration; architecture, telecommunication standardsdevelopment; telecommunication network security and information systemsengineering; IT/IS Systems expansion/technology refresh; circuit/service