JE-RDAP POC: ITAS-PMO@ishpi.net
CORHQ-17-G-0495, ISHPI’s, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract award under the Joint Enterprise Research, Development, Acquisition and Production and Procurement (JE-RDAP) program supports the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD). JPEO-CBD will use this Omnibus Vehicle for the majority of its future task/delivery order needs in support of emerging chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives (CBRNE) defense systems, capabilities, equipment, supplies and material requirements for the U.S. Armed Forces. JE-RDAP task orders will encompass activities spanning all acquisition phases as described in DODI 5000.02: Materiel Development Decision, Materiel Solution Analysis, Technical Maturation/Risk Reduction, and Production and Deployment.
Contract Expiration Date: 31 October 2027
Set-aside Capabilities: Small Business (NAICS 541714, 541715)
- Available to DoD Joint Enterprise
- $8.27B Ceiling
- Tailorable Delivery or Task Order options: Pre-MDD through development, production, procurement, fielding & initial sustainment
- Draft Task/Delivery Order Requirements posted on secure site to solicit industry feedback from IDIQ holders to ensure solutions are achievable within the proposed schedule, cost, and technical plan.
- Teaming encouraged to enable companies to contribute their unique capabilities in a team environment, foster collaboration/partnership and provide innovative solutions to meet the Warfighter’s needs
- Flexible contracts implementing Department of Defense acquisition policies and regulations
- Centralized contractor support management at the best possible value
Program/Acquisition Management: Program Management includes the effective and efficient management of the work as well as the accountability and security of all personnel. In addition, the contractor shall report ALL contractor manpower (including subcontractor manpower) required for performance of this contract to a secure Army data collections site for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs).
Threat Assessment and Vulnerabilities Awareness, Counter-Proliferation Technologies and Capabilities: ISHPI is uniquely equipped to portray, evaluate, model, predict and measure the full range of WMD and CBRN threats. We are able provide an accurate depiction of data in critical time that is vital to decision making when it comes to intelligence, defense and homeland security. With network of WMD CBRN subject-matter experts providing a complete support portfolio, ISHPI provides support to solve complex technical and operational WMB and CBRN problems. Our SMEs provide and maintain in-depth tactical and strategic threat assessment and vulnerability analysis capability and retains on staff senior SME’s in the assessment and establishment of Counter-Proliferation capabilities for WMDs.
Fundamental Science, Research and Development, and Experimentation of Emerging Technologies: ISHPI understands that emerging technologies matter to the military because new technologies can present a threat or opportunity and, yet they are veiled in uncertainty. Our support to emerging this field address the fact that though the military understands the potential of new technologies but – like its counterparts in civilian business strategy – the uncertainty that characterizes emerging technologies mean that they cannot know which emerging technologies mature to have profound impacts, how long that maturation will take nor the technological trajectory. Our support to emerging technologies breaks the mold of most emerging technology approaches that represent incremental improvements to what went before and focuses on enhancing the competencies of the military along dimensions that they have traditionally valued. In contrast, we focus on the fact that it is new technologies that are radical, competence destroying and create new sources of military advantage along dimensions not traditionally focused on by industry.