The U.S. Air Force is seeking vendors that could provide hardware, software, support items and sustainment services for the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles.
The service branch issued a sources sought notice on FedBizOpps on Monday seeking capabilities statements from potential sources of the JASSM materials and support services.
Selected vendors will provide 360 JASSM-Extended Range, 40 JASSM-D and all sustainment services.
Required materials include telemetry instrumentation kits, precision targeting image software, the JASSM Weapon System Simulator, replacement parts and test equipment.
The contractors will also work on system repair, container requirements, repair infrastructure and other services to support the sustainment of the JASSM/JASSM-ER program over the life of the system.
The Air Force expects delivery of the materials and services to begin two years after the time of contract award.
Interested vendors have until Feb. 18 to submit responses to the Air Force.