MDS is a prime contract holder of the Seaport NxG solicitation N00178-18-R-7000 (Awarded December 2018). Under this vehicle MDS can support a range of scientific, engineering and business/management tasks for such entities as NAVSEA, USMC, ONR, MSC, SPAWAR and NAVDAC. (MDS is a small business on the vehicle.)
MDS is a GSA 70 IT and GSA PSS Prime Contract Holder
November 15, 2018
MDS is a GSA 70 and PSS contract holder for prime contracts. Please contact Michael L. Martin for any related inquires at (703) 433-2513 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MDS supports a small business on the NETCENTS II Applications Services and a large business on the NETCENTS 2 Network Engineering contract. The application services contracts are one of seven sets of NetCents 2 contracts that include systems sustainment and development, migration, integration and netcentric data services. They replace the Air Force's existing NetCents contracts. Their combined ceiling is $24.2 billion, of which $11 billion will be available to small businesses through small business-only competitions and small business subcontracting requirements.
Test & Evaluation Technologies for Ranges, Armaments & Spectrum (TETRAS)
November 15, 2017
MDS is a sub on the TETRAS program (estimated magnitude of the potential requirement is between $500M and $1B with a five-year basic ordering period). The Team will afford the 96th Test Wing at Eglin AFB, Florida, the ability to rapidly develop and apply unique solutions for specialized hardware and software and/or prototype systems and test equipment to develop or modify airborne and ground systems, facilities, and infrastructure urgently required for test, training and evaluation of Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), munitions systems, and electronic combat/ countermeasures within live and virtual test parameters. The program will encompass work scope previously acquired via the Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence (C4I) Munitions Test Improvement Contract (CIMTIC) program. The estimated magnitude of the potential requirement is between$500M and $1B with a five-year basic ordering period and five option years totaling a ten-year ordering period. The scope of this contract will not include any aspects of Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS).Testing may be accomplished on DoD System-of-Systems, subsystems, system components, and system support items. Test includes analysis, inspection, or test through acceptance, qualification, or developmental or operational demonstrations IAW system engineering best practices. The Government will acquire all hardware, software, and support necessary to support systems used on airborne platforms involved with the test process, tests of ground based, airborne, and space borne ordnance/armament systems and supporting guidance/control, seeker/sensor, navigation or ranging systems and may include radars, high energy lasers, high power microwave, and other new technologies for systems in development.
MDS is a sub on the United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command
(USASMDC/ ARSTRAT), Army Service Component Command (ASCC) to the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) D3I-3 Design, Development, Demonstration & Integration (D3I) – Enhanced Warfighter Capabilities (Domain 3) program. D3 is a multiple award, IDIQ contract vehicle open to all federal agencies to procure a broad range of missile defense, space and other applicable Warfighter solutions in support of customers’ developmental and operational requirements.
Work will bes focused on, but not limited to, advanced technologies that have the potential to enhance current and future warfighting capabilities. This includes detection devices, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) technology, directed energy components, advanced component technology development for high energy lasers and high power microwave systems, electronic warfare, electronic effects, counter-electronics, advanced materials and techniques, and energy devices.
Key areas of the Performance Work Statement include:
Requirements Definition, Concept/Architecture Development, and Technology Search
Demonstration, Testing & Experimentation
Assessment, Evaluation, Verification, and Wargaming
Limited Quantity Production
Logistics & Transportation
Training & Exercise
ICBM - GROUND SUBSYSTEMS SUPPORT CONTRACT (GSSC)
October 18, 2016
As a subcontractor, MDS supports the Hill AFB centralized GSSC program. The purpose of the GSSC is to provide program management support, engineering services, and emergency response that adheres to defined requirements. This effort and products necessary to perform required support in operational and sustainment activities, encompassing areas such as analyses; system and subsystem evaluation; technical advice and assistance; risk management and mitigation; equipment reviews; Acquisition Category (ACAT) II, ACAT III, and non-ACAT acquisitions; and training in support of sustainment of the Minuteman III (MMIII) Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Weapon System (WS) Ground Subsystems. Services include support for MMIII Ground Subsystems equipment in system and sustainment engineering, and relevant operations and maintenance (O&M) tasks as directed. The team will be responsible for providing support to the Government as needed to repair and/or maintain Ground Subsystems components. The team will also provide support during Missile Potential Hazard Network (MPHN) events.