Air Force Plans JSTARS Depot Maintenance IDIQ

Air Force Plans JSTARS Depot Maintenance IDIQ
Air Force E-8C

The U.S. Air Force is seeking industry input on a proposed indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for depot maintenance services to the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, the military branch's air-to-ground battle management aircraft.

A draft request for proposals posted Monday indicates the government's intent to conduct an unrestricted full and open competition to identify a potential contractor that can maintain E-8C in-flight training and weapon systems.

The branch said in the SAM notice it looks to address programmed and unprogrammed maintenance, major isochronal inspection, aircraft modification requirements through the issuance of single-award IDIQ that will have a five-year base period plus a five-year option.

Work will also involve utilizing and managing the Boeing Aircraft on Ground team's major structural repair work.

Specifically, contract services are intended to support Air National Guard, Air Combat Command and other combatant units. Primary JSTARS users are the 116th and 461st Air Control Wings located at Robins AF Base in Georgia.

Interested vendors can ask the service branch about the procurement initiative through April 30 via email.

You may also be interested in...

Jill Singer GovCon Expert

GovCon Expert Jill Singer Receives Sixth Wash100 Award for Demonstrating Leadership with AT&T, FirstNet & Driving 5G Technology

Jill Singer, vice president of Defense and National Security for AT&T’s public sector business and First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) program, has received a 2021 Wash100 Award for driving the advancement of 5G capabilities in the federal and commercial sectors as well as leading FirstNet’s expansion across the U.S. military services. 


MetTel to Help NARA Adopt SD-WAN Architecture; Robert Dapkiewicz Quoted

MetTel has received a potential $65 million task order to transform the National Archives and Records Administration's networking infrastructure to a software-defined wide area network. The company said Thursday it will help the agency implement and manage SD-WAN architecture that uses embedded encryption technology designed to secure communications as part of the task order awarded under the General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle.

5G technology

Booz Allen-Taqtile Team to Deploy Augmented Reality Tech at Military 5G Test Site

Booz Allen Hamilton and augmented reality company Taqtile have partnered to demonstrate how 5G-powered AR technology can support military base operations as part of a $600 million Department of Defense experimentation and testing program. Taqtile said Wednesday it will provide the Manifest platform to Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state for a demonstration of the technology as potential digital storage for maintenance and repair data at the installation.