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Federal Government Contract Vehicles

Culmen International continues to develop innovative solutions for our customers. As a federal agency, you can rapidly access our services and leverage the full strength of our capabilities through a wide range of government contract vehicles we’ve been awarded.

Contract vehicles are a key enabler for growth and are designed to provide maximum value and flexibility for federal government customers. Culmen leverages a vast set of contract vehicles listed below to accommodate agency purchasing requirements. Check back often as we continue to expand our contract vehicles.

Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs):

  • Department of the Navy SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort-NxG)

Contract: N00178-10-D-5890

A 10-year, $50B contract vehicle to provide engineering and program support services to the U.S. Navy. All of the work under the contracts would fall under two categories, engineering support services and program management support services, which are further divided into 23 functional areas.

 

General Services Administration (GSA):

  • GSA Alliant I (JV)
    Contract: GS-06F-0661Z
    GSA’s premier enterprise governmentwide acquisition contract, providing customized IT solutions from a diverse pool of industry partners. As part of the A3IS joint venture through the Alliant Small Business contract, Analytic Strategies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Culmen, offers 80 different labor categories that range the spectrum of technology development and sustainment, while supporting important socioeconomic objectives.
     

  • GSA OASIS SB Pool 1
    Contract: GS00Q14OADS104
    Provides federal agencies with best-value services for complex professional requirements including program management, logistics, engineering, scientific and financial services. Through Culmen's subsidiary, Analytic Strategies, we provide a wide range of unique capabilities while supporting federal socioeconomic goals.    

  • GSA PSS
    Contract: 47QRAA18D006D
    Offers federal customers with efficient logistics support surrounding their operational needs. Services encompass logistics planning, management, subject matter expertise, operational support and training across the full spectrum of supplies, equipment, materials and personnel transfer.    

 

Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs):

  • OSD Logistics BPA
    Contract: HQ0034-16-A-0014
    Provides logistics supports in management, analysis and consulting within the United States for all Department of Defense contracting offices. The BPA encompasses 10 distinct areas: PBL Implementation and Knowledge Transfer; Operational Contract Support and Contingency Program Management, Weapons Program/Information Systems Product Support; Maintenance Oversight and Analysis; Database and Logistics Metrics Analysis; Inventory Management; Transportation and Distribution Policy Development and Operations Support; Automatic Information Technology capabilities for Asset Visibility; Policy Development Studies Analysis and Consultation; Resource, Budget, and Financial Management Services.

Agency-specific Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IDIQs):

  • Department of State, Office of Export Control Cooperation, Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS) Program - Equipment
    Prime
    EXBS is designed to stem proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their delivery systems, and irresponsible transfers of conventional weapons, by assisting countries with establishing effective strategic trade and border control systems meeting international standards. This is accomplished through the procurement of equipment with the goal of capacity building for partner countries.

 

  • Department of State, Office of Export Control Cooperation, Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS) Program – Services
    Prime
    EXBS draws on the expertise of U.S. Government agencies, foreign government experts, the private sector, and academic community to organize over 250 different capacity-building training and outreach activities in approximately 67 countries worldwide, focused on developing national capacities in five critical areas: legal and regulatory frameworks; licensing systems; enforcement; industry outreach; and interagency and international coordination and cooperation.

 

  • Department of Defense, Air Combat Command, Counter Narcotics & Global Threats (CN&GT) Program & Programmatic Support (PPS)
    Prime
    The DoD Counter Narcotics (CN) mission targets terrorist groups worldwide that use narcotics trafficking and other organized crime to support terrorist activities by deploying CN assets and/or assets resourced with CN funding, in cooperation with DoD, law enforcement, other government agencies, and foreign governments, to regions where these targeted organizations benefit from illicit drug revenue or use drug smuggling systems. Through its combatant commands (COCOMs), Military Departments, and Defense Agencies, DoD provides unique military platforms, personnel, systems, and capabilities that support federal law enforcement agencies, foreign governments, and foreign law enforcement involved in CN missions.

 

  • Department of Defense, Joint Enterprise - Omnibus Program, Engineering, and Technical Support (JE-OPETS)
    Prime
    The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) has ongoing requirements for program management, systems engineering, and technical advisory and assistance contract services to support the research, development, production, procurement, fielding, sustainment, and continuous product improvement of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) Defense systems.
     

  • Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC), Pool 1
    Subcontractor
    The mission of the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is to provide essential, technical research, development, testing and evaluation (RDT&E) information rapidly, accurately and reliably to support DoD customers’ needs.  Organizationally, embedded within DTIC are the Information Analysis Centers (IAC), which are structured into two principal components: three Basic Centers of Operations (BCO) and three IAC Multiple Award Contracts (MAC), each of the three focused on either Cyber, Defense Systems, or Homeland Security.
     

  • DLA DORRA
    Contract: SP4703-14-D-0002 (Subcontractor to D&G Support Services)
    Supports the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Office of Operations Research and Resource Analysis Theater Distribution Capability (TDC) vital mission in providing supplies and services to U.S. military forces worldwide. We offer analytic services, consulting and subject matter expertise in business processes, technology, engineering and logistics systems  to improve Defense supply chain management and distribution operations.
     

  • DLA JETS
    Contract: SP4709-17-D-0068
    The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) covers 21 information technology, technical and management task areas in support of DLA and other Department of Defense missions.  Task areas include network and telecommunications, information assurance, sustainment and maintenance, configuration management, enterprise data strategy, systems engineering, test and documentation, virtual workforce training, financial budget and IT audit readiness support services.
     

  • US ARMY Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3)
    Subcontractor
    The Army CECOM’s mission is to provide C4ISR systems and sustainment to the Warfighter.  Under the RS3 vehicle, logistics, engineering, research, development, acquisition, education and training are all provided to support the C4ISR lifecycle.
     

  • US ARMY Information Technology Enterprise Solutions (ITES-3)
    Subcontractor
    This is an enterprise IT services follow-on contract with work under several areas: cybersecurity; enterprise design, consolidation and integration; IT services; business process re-engineering; IT education and training; telecommunications/systems operation and maintenance; IT supply chain management; network/systems operation and maintenance.
     

  • Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Quantitative Research Analytical Data Support (QRADS) – Channel 3
    Prime
    This IDIQ is for Database Development and Maintenance and will provide technical analytical Database Management expertise to assist in designing and/or maintaining SEC data sets, ensuring data acquisition, conversion, and interfaces are managed so that the analytical databases are efficiently maintained for use by SEC economists, statisticians, researchers and other users.
     

  • Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Quantitative Research Analytical Data Support (QRADS) – Channel 5 
    Prime
    This IDIQ is for for Analytical Methods and Support and will provide highly skilled technical expertise to assist SEC economists in developing text analytics capabilities, and any related support, such as: developing and writing project-specific programs to process data sets using modern econometrics methods, statistical modeling techniques, machine learning and statistical process; analyzing and interpreting statistical data; computing supporting metrics; producing and maintaining models or other analytical products.

 

For more information on our contract vehicles, please email contracts@culmen.com