DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY ASSESMENT, MONITORING, AND EVALUATION (AM&E) SECURITY COOPERATION SUPPORT SERVICES
1. General Overview of cONTRACT
This contract is an Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) that provides Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation (AM&E) Security Cooperation Support Services for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). Security cooperation is all DoD interactions with foreign defense establishments to build defense relationships that promote specific U.S. security interests, develop allied and partner nation military and security capabilities for self-defense and multinational operations, and provide U.S. forces with peacetime and contingency access to allied and partner nations. The overall objective of this contract is to provide the DoD with services to support implementation of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Reforms to Security Cooperation programs and activities.
The scope of the contract provides the following types of Security Cooperation Support Services:
- Program management / Implementation
- Training and Education
- Knowledge Management
- Policy Guidance and Oversight
- Budget Display and Reporting
- Functional and Regional Subject Matter Expertise
- Institutional Capacity Building
- Other tasks for addressing the Chapter 16 security cooperation reforms.
The contract is implemented across Four Functional Categories (FC) outlined below:
- FC 1: Security Cooperation Support
- FC 2: AM&E Training
- FC 3: Evaluations
- FC 4: Program Management, Budgeting and Staff Augmentation
2. RELATED MARKETING MATERIALS AND NEWS RELEASES: N/A
3. CONTRACTOR CAPABILITIES FOR DSCA AM&E SECURITY COOPERATION SUPPORT SERVICES:
FC 4 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT: ACT I holds a contract in support of Functional Category 4 – Program Management, Budgeting and Staff Augmentation. Under this category we provide support of the planning, execution, and management of security cooperation programs and includes support beyond AM&E. We are knowledgeable about DoD’s guidance on designing and managing security cooperation programs, projects and processes. We provide subject matter expertise, program management, budgeting, and staff augmentation support. We provide short-term and/or long-term, embedded program management, budgeting, and staff augmentation support to DoD organizations and components to support planning, execution, and security cooperation programs and activities.
ACT I’s Security Cooperation experience includes:
- ACT I supports the Near East South Asia (NESA) for Strategic Studies and the William Perry Center for Defense Studies including training and curriculum development, establishing an online presence and connectivity with global participants, and distance learning workshops.
- In support of the Artic Regional Center, ACT I provides establishment efforts including infrastructure, facilities and resource alignment; curriculum development consisting of creating courses, online programs, and conferences and workshops; and supporting development of strategic partnerships.
4. ACT I Points of Contact:
T: 703-418-0636, Ext. 2121 | C: 571-842-2806
T : 703 – 418-0636 Ext. 2115 | C : 571 – 842-2761
Director, Contracts and Procurement
T: 703-418-0636, Ext. 2119
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