Special Operations Command
The purpose of this contract is to provide subject matter expertise and knowledge based services in support of USSOCOM's enterprise requirements for U.S. based and globally assigned Special Operations Forces (SOF) missions. This also includes five command priorities: "Compete and Win for the Nation; Preserve and Grow Readiness; Innovate for Future Threats; Advance Partnerships; and Strengthen our Force and Family." These priorities support USSOCOM's ongoing efforts to ensure SOF are highly trained, properly equipped and deployed to the right places at the right times for the right missions.
USSOCOM requires knowledge based services to fill workforce capability and capacity gaps in order to meet mission objectives. SOF Core Support will provide expertise and intellectual capital to support SOF day-to-day business operations in support of the Commander's priorities. The services to be acquired align with the Knowledge Based Services (KBS) portfolio group, one of 16 portfolio groups the Department of Defense (DoD) organized to identify and classify services and supplies & equipment being acquired under contract for contracted services.
Electronic Federal Aviation Administration
The Electronic Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Accelerated and Simplified Tasks (eFAST) is the FAA's preferred contracting vehicle for small business contracts. eFAST streamlines the procurement process for all stakeholders using a web-based acquisition tool and automated workflows compliant with applicable FAA standards. eFAST supports the following contract types: Firm-Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursable, Time and Materials, Labor Hour and others as appropriate.
What are the eFAST functional areas?
Functional areas are support service categories used in eFAST acquisitions. eFAST MOA Holders offer services in the following functional areas:
Air Transportation Support
Business Administration & Management
Research & Development
Computer/Information Systems Development
Computer Systems Support
Documentation & Training
Maintenance & Repair
General Services Administration
The updated D3 Air & Space Operations, Inc (D3ASO) MAS catalog and ordering information is now available at GSA Advantage! (gsaadvantage.gov). This GSA Schedule (also referred to as Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)) is a long-term governmentwide contract which provides federal, state, and local government buyers access to D3ASO services at volume discount pricing.
Our GSA MAS offerings are updated regularly and include items such as:
• Applications Architect
• Applications Development Analyst
• Database Administrator
• Network Engineer
• Director, IT Risk and Compliance
• Business Process Consultant
• Business Analyst
• Project Manager
Florida Department of Management Services
The Department of Management Services (DMS) is the business arm of Florida government. The Department’s primary mission is to support sister agencies as well as current and former state employees with workforce and business-related functions so that agencies can focus on their core missions as defined in law. The Department of Management Services was created in 1993 after the Departments of Administration and General Services merged. This new agency was formed to improve services and reduce administrative overhead. Throughout the entire department, staff pride themselves on providing effective customer service, delivering on our agency obligations and lowering the cost of government through innovation and new efficiencies.
Today, DMS is divided into two major services areas: Business Operations and Workforce Operations. Business Operations consists of State Purchasing, Real Estate Development and Management, Telecommunications, as well as Fleet and Federal Surplus Property, Private Prison Monitoring.
State Purchasing: develops and oversees the procedures under which agencies purchase commodities and services.
Real Estate Development and Management: oversees the construction, leasing and operations of buildings in the “Florida Facilities Pool” in addition to managing private leasing for the state.
Telecommunications: directs planning and develops policies to shape the state’s technology infrastructure.
Fleet and Federal Surplus Property: manages motor vehicle operations in addition to acquiring and disposing of surplus federal property.
Private Prison Monitoring: handles oversight and contractual compliance for the private prison system.
Workforce Operations consists of Human Resource Management, People First, State Group Insurance and Retirement.
Human Resource Management: provides guidance and technical assistance to state agencies in the effective administration of our state’s human resource system and represents the Governor as public employer in collective bargaining activities.
People First: handles oversight and contractual compliance for the state’s secure, web-based human resource information system and services.
State Group Insurance: offers and manages the state’s health and welfare insurance benefits.
Retirement: administers retirement, disability or death benefits to state retirees or their beneficiaries.