Concurrent Technologies Corp. will compete for up to $61 million in task orders under a potential five-year contract covering technical and management support work intended to help develop the Defense Department‘s readiness capacity.
The contract’s three-year base period is valued at $36 million with two option years to be exercised, CTC said Wednesday.
CTC will compete for task orders to support the Defense Readiness Reporting System including software development, systems engineering and integration, lifecycle maintenance, help desk services and management and procurement assistance.
“CTC has worked on DRRS for eight years, and we are honored to continue to work with the Office of the Secretary of Defense to continue to improve readiness capability,” said Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of CTC.
Robert Kubler, readiness market segment lead and program manager at CTC, said the DRRS is designed to help move planning procedures to a new system in order to address threat and enemy uncertainties.
“Readiness measures the status of equipment, supply, personnel, and training resources that are integrated with the mission essential task assessments associated with eachcommand level, supporting an Office of Secretary of Defense readiness capability view,” Kubler added.
The defense undersecretary for personnel and readiness picked four contractors for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract after a full and open competition, CTC said.