Full and Open / UnrestrictedThe Air Force is seeking a contractor to provide advisory and assistance services (A&AS) to support the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force Office of Management (SAF/MG) and Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) in managing and improving strategic transformation initiatives at the enterprise level.
The contractor will be responsible for providing all services, materials, supplies, equipment, travel, and project supervision as required in connection with any task orders awarded using the AFSTS IDIQ contract.
This is not an information technology (IT) contract, but IT services, tools, and prototypes may be used or developed as long as they are necessary to provide a total transformational solution to meet agency needs.
For the purpose of this IDIQ, “transformation” means the process of fundamentally changing the systems, processes, people, and/or technology across an entire organization (entity) to achieve measurable improvements in efficiency, effectiveness, and stakeholder satisfaction. Transformation programs change how organizations use people, processes, technology, and physical infrastructure to develop capabilities to meet their mission. These programs are driven by a sense of urgency, are broad in scope and impact, and are typically done in parallel with ongoing operations.
Digital transformation is the process of using digital technologies to create new or modify existing mission/business processes, culture, customer/end user experiences to meet changing mission, business, and national security requirements.
The A&AS services will be used to support the Air Force’s strategic transformation initiatives, which are designed to improve the Air Force’s efficiency, effectiveness, and readiness.
The A&AS services will be critical to the success of the Air Force’s strategic transformation initiatives. The contractor selected for this contract will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the Air Force’s mission.
Expect this one to come out in early 2024 with an expected value in the $3.5B range. The competition is expected to be full and open and there are eight incumbent contractors, all big business.