Prime Contracts

RS3

Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Service (RS3)
Provide support services for a diverse group of organizations that span the spectrum of mission areas for programs with C4ISR related requirements. Areas of support include: Engineering, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E), logistics services, acquisition and strategic planning services and education and training services.

SSES/NexGen

Software and Systems Engineering Services Next Generation
Provide software and systems engineering, and technical services to enable the Software Engineering Center (SEC) to continue to provide essential support for assigned C4ISR Systems (weapons, logistics, and business management). Provide associated programming support environments, and other software technology initiatives, in order to improve the Army's ability to provide quality software solutions within a system of systems environment for Warfighters operating in the Battlespace while maintaining the highest levels of interoperability and maintainability for the way forward.

TAOSS

Technical, Administrative, and Operations Support Services (TAOSS)
Provide research and development, engineering, logistics, and business operations support to the Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate (S&TCD). Major areas of support include wireless transport, mobile networking, antennas, cyber security/information assurance, network operations and system of systems engineering.

TUAS

Technical Services and Field Support (TSAFS) for Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems (TUAS)
Provides technical and logistics services in support of the Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (TUAS), the Universal Ground Control Station (UGCS), and the Universal Ground Data Terminal (UGDT), in CONUS and OCONUS, and their domestic and foreign customers. Support includes conducting non-repetitive development, integration, investigation, inspection, analysis and corrective action, test or evaluation efforts for the TUAS, UGCS, and UGDT, their configuration variants, and components of the TUAS, UGCS and UGDT systems.

ENCORE III

Provide Information Technology (IT) solutions for the development, installation, fielding, training, operation, and life-cycle management of components and systems in the operational environments of Combatant Commands and their subordinate components, the military services, Defense Agencies, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and other Federal Agencies. Provide assistance with the procurement of various products, including but not limited to hardware, software, and licenses, as applicable, when such products are incidental to the implementation of the solution.

About

ENCORE III is a follow-on contract to ENCORE II, and like its predecessor, ENCORE III is a Multiple Award Contract (MAC). Individual Task Orders shall be used to perform the 19 performance areas which form the basis for providing information technology (IT) solutions for the development, installation, fielding, training, operation and life-cycle management of components and systems in the operational environments of Combatant Commands and their subordinate components, the military services, Defense agencies, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and other Federal agencies.

The ENCORE III contract provides technical solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD) in support of its migration to an integrated and interoperable Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) as well as other Federal agencies having similar Information Technology (IT) migration and integration needs. The ENCORE III contracts represent an ongoing expansion of the Defense Information System Agency’s (DISA) Defense Enterprise Information Services (DEIS) I and DEIS II contracts, and ENCORE follow-on contracts. The ENCORE III contracts are structured and managed in accordance with the rules for task order contracts, as specified in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Part 16. In accordance with FAR 16.505(b)(1)(i), awardees under the ENCORE III contracts will be provided a “fair opportunity to be considered” for task and delivery orders issued against the ENCORE III contract.

Period of Performance: 12 March 2018 – 11 March 2028
Contract Ceiling: $17.5B

Contract Scope and Performance Areas

The scope of this effort includes support to all activities within the DoD. Other Federal agencies may utilize this contract to satisfy their IT requirements after making the appropriate Economy Act Determination, if applicable, in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 17.5. IT solutions, services, and support anticipated under this contract exist within the scope of the 19 performance areas identified below:

  • Performance Area 1 – Enterprise IT Policy and Planning
  • Performance Area 2 – Integrated Solutions Management
  • Performance Area 3 – Process, Performance, and Strategic Benchmarking
  • Performance Area 4 – Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
  • Performance Area 5 – Requirements Analysis
  • Performance Area 6 – Market Research and Prototyping
  • Performance Area 7 – Information and Knowledge Management
  • Performance Area 8 – Custom Application Development
  • Performance Area 9 – Product Integration
  • Performance Area 10 – Test and Evaluation (T&E)
  • Performance Area 11 – Asset Management
  • Performance Area 12 – Network Support
  • Performance Area 13 – Cyber Security Assessment, Authorization, and Authorization
  • Performance Area 14 – Information Communications Technology
  • Performance Area 15 – Computer-Telephony Integration (CTI)
  • Performance Area 16 -Web Services
  • Performance Area 17 – Operations Support
  • Performance Area 18 – IT Support Services
  • Performance Area 19 – Cloud Professional Services

Team AASKI

Our ENCORE III team is comprised of leaders in the industry that provide a diverse set of services, customers, and capabilities. We provide effective command and control and IT solutions that focus on processing and disseminating actionable information to decision-makers and warfighters alike. We selected our industry partners for ENCORE III based on a key primary objective: our collective ability to rapidly deliver capabilities and solutions to DISA and users of the ENCORE III contract. Team AASKI is comprised of the following companies:

  • AARMOR Technologies, Inc.
  • Ascension Engineering Group, LLC.
  • Attain, LLC
  • Altagrove LLC
  • Appliedinfo Partners Inc.
  • Battelle Memorial Institute
  • By Light Professional IT Services LLC
  • Creative Business Solutions (CBS)
  • Enterprise Information Services, Inc.
  • Information and Infrastructure Technologies, Inc.
  • Future Skys Inc.
  • FWG Solutions, Inc.
  • GlobeCOMM Systems Inc.
  • IPKeys Technologies LLC
  • ISSAC Corp
  • Jasper Solutions Inc.
  • JMark Services Inc.
  • KinetX, Inc
  • Logistico LLC
  • Novel Applications of Vital Information, Inc. (NAOVI)
  • Organon Advisors, Inc.
  • Sabre Systems, Inc
  • Semper Valens Solutions Inc.
  • Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc.
  • Supinf Technologes
  • Synaptek Corporation
  • Techximius
  • TELEGRID Technologies, Inc.
  • Treada Technology Group LLC
  • Trewon Technologies LLC
  • Universal Technical Resource Services, Inc. (UTRS)
  • X-EETO, Inc.
  • Zapata Technology, Inc.

PM MC BPA

Project Manager Mission Command Blanket Purchase Agreement (PM MC BPA)
Provide the ability to address agile and emergent systems engineering, software development, demonstrations, and prototyping requirements across PEO C3T/PM MC’s complete portfolio of products and systems. Task areas include program management, engineering support and studies and analyses.

CATS+

Consulting and Technical Services+ (CATS+)

Provide consulting and technical services for the State of Maryland to include support in functional areas of enterprise service provider, web and internet services, geographical information systems, software engineering, systems/facilities management and maintenance, information system security, application service provider, IT and telecommunications financial and auditing consulting services, IT management consulting services, business process consulting services, electronic benefits transfer, media and training center support, and documentation/technical writing.

SeaPort-e (WOSB)

AASKI is a Prime Contractor on the Seaport-E IDIQ contract on the Small-Business vehicle. We are permitted to bid on both restricted and unrestricted suite task orders. This contract is a five (5) year IDIQ performance based contract. The period of performance of this contract is from 05 May 2014 through 04 April 2019.
Services supported under the contract include the following: procure engineering, technical, programmatic, and professional support services for authorized users through all phases of ship and weapon system life cycle - technology development, concept exploration, design, specification development, construction/production, test and evaluation, certification, operation, maintenance, improvement/modernization, overhaul and refueling, salvage and disposal. The scope of the contract also includes professional support services to assist in the development, review and execution of search and salvage, diving, underwater ship husbandry, and pollution control program areas.

GSA PSS

Professional Services Schedule (PSS) Federal Supply Schedule 871
FSC Group 871 Within each engineering phase, our Professional Engineering Services cut across all four primary engineering disciplines— chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical— with a depth of professional engineering resources that enables us to respond successfully to virtually any government engineering requirement.

PSS Customer Information

PSS Customer Information

1a. Table of Awarded Special Item Number(s) with appropriate cross-reference to page numbers: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

1b. Identification of the lowest priced model number and lowest unit price for that model for each special item number awarded in the contract. This price is the Government price based on a unit of one, exclusive of any quantity/dollar volume, prompt payment, or any other concession affecting price. Those contracts that have unit prices based on the geographic location of the customer, should show the range of the lowest price, and cite the areas to which the prices apply.

1c. If the Contractor is proposing hourly rates a description of all corresponding commercial job titles, experience, functional responsibility and education for those types of employees or subcontractors who will perform services shall be provided. If hourly rates are not applicable, indicate "Not applicable" for this item.

2. Maximum Order: The maximum order threshold value per order for all Professional Engineering Services will be $1M. Clients may request discounts for orders above $1M.

3. Minimum Order: $100.00

4. Geographic Coverage (delivery Area): Worldwide

5. Point(s) of production (city, county, and state or foreign country): Same as company address

6. Discount from list prices or statement of net price: Government net prices (discounts already deducted). See Attachment.

7. Quantity discounts: None Offered

8. Prompt payment terms: Net 30 days

9a. Notification that Government purchase cards are accepted up to the micro-purchase threshold: Yes

9b. Notification whether Government purchase cards are accepted or not accepted above the micro-purchase threshold: will not accept over $3,000

10. Foreign items (list items by country of origin): None

11a. Time of Delivery (Contractor insert number of days): Specified on the Task Order

11b. Expedited Delivery. The Contractor will insert the sentence "Items available for expedited delivery are noted in this price list." under this heading. The Contractor may use a symbol of its choosing to highlight items in its price list that have expedited delivery: Contact Contractor

11c. Overnight and 2-day delivery. The Contractor will indicate whether overnight and 2-day delivery are available. Also, the Contractor will indicate that the schedule customer may contact the Contractor for rates for overnight and 2-day delivery: Contact Contractor

11d. Urgent Requirements. The Contractor will note in its price list the "Urgent Requirements" clause of its contract and advise agencies that they can also contact the Contractor's representative to effect a faster delivery: Contact Contractor

12. F.O.B Points(s): Destination

13a. Ordering Address(es): Same as Contractor

13b. Ordering procedures: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA's), and a sample BPA can be found at the GSA/FSS Schedule homepage (fss.gsa.gov/schedules).

14. Payment address(es): Same as company address

15. Warranty provision.: Contractor's standard commercial warranty.

16. Export Packing Charges (if applicable): N/A\

17. Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance (any thresholds above the micro-purchase level): Contact Contractor

18. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair (if applicable): N/A

19. Terms and conditions of installation (if applicable): N/A

20. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if applicable): N/A

20a. Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable): N/A

21. List of service and distribution points (if applicable): N/A

22. List of participating dealers (if applicable): N/A

23. Preventive maintenance (if applicable): N/A

24a. Environmental attributes, e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants: N/A

24b. If applicable, indicate that Section 508 compliance information is available on Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services and show where full details can be found (e.g. contactor's website or other location.) The EIT standards can be found at: www.Section508.gov/.

25. Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number: 828985940

26. Notification regarding registration in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database: Registered

PSS Service Offerings

AASKI Technology, Inc's PSS Service Offerings

Awarded Specialty Item Numbers (SINs)• 871-2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis• 871-3 System Design, Engineering, and Integration

871-4 Test and Evaluation
871-6 Acquisition and Life-Cycle Management
871-5 Integrated Logistics Support
871-2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis

AASKI Technology, Inc. will conduct abstract or concept studies and analyses, requirements definition, preliminary planning, and evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for developing or enhancing high-level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission, or activity. Associated tasks include—

Cost/Performance Trade-Off Studies
Perform analysis of alternative (AoA) studies to determine highest value in terms of mission performance and total ownership cost (TOC). Provide operational trade-off studies comparing the effect of performance and design characteristics on mission success. Establish metrics for acceptable performance and develop capability and cost relationships throughout the product life cycle.

Feasibility Analysis
Apply simulation-based engineering and concept development analysis techniques to assess the feasibility of the range of design candidates. Perform risk assessments with respect to technology requirements, production, life-cycle support and modernization. Provide a database of government and industry best practices, and state-of-the-art technology, manufacturing techniques, and logistics.

Regulatory Compliance Support
Research the full spectrum of legislative and regulatory requirements as well as applicable treaties and other associated agreements. Discern pertinent elements and develop an appropriate assessment and tracking mechanism to assure that the system under consideration meets all requirements.

Technology Conceptual Designs
Based on current and future performance and operational requirements, determine the technology gaps. Develop technology concepts and assess the risks associated with their development. Assess and recommend the highest value technology concepts for development. Integrate new technology concepts into systems while considering long-term impacts and life-cycle costs.

Training
Assess the training requirements associated with the introduction of new systems and related tactics. Design and develop state-of-the-art training materials, curricula, and the logistics necessary to successfully implement the requisite training.

Privatization and Outsourcing
Research the capabilities of other government and commercial concerns in terms of providing the technologies and production services required to field new concepts. Assess associated risks and make recommendations.


871-3 System Design, Engineering, and Integration

AASKI Technology, Inc. will translate product concepts into preliminary and detailed engineering design plans and specifications. The determination of risk and development of mitigation plans, configuration management, and component integration will be incorporated into the development of prototypes and system models. Further, to demonstrate and validate models and prototypes, AASKI will follow a rigorous test and evaluation process to ensure all performance criteria are met within the specified operating parameters. Associated tasks include—

Design Studies and Analysis
Develop interface definitions and integration parameters to assure system components function as intended, facilitate system integration, and reduce performance risk. Assess evolving and revolutionary technologies for introduction into the system design. Evaluate the state-of-the- art and best practices for fabrication, testing and life-cycle support, focusing on best value determined by program objectives.

Simulation and Modeling
Develop and operate appropriate computer-aided design (CAD) models, as well as other simulation-based models, to facilitate evaluation of design performance and product development. Make recommendations for product modification and enhancement based on the results of modeling and simulation activities.

Specification Preparation
Produce documentation (e.g., specifications, drawings, CAD models, operation manuals) necessary to adequately define the system for prototype production, testing, manufacture, life-cycle support, modernization, and disposal.

System Design
Based on modeling and simulation techniques, specification preparation, and other pertinent data, develop system designs that accommodate program objectives and established metrics. Perform appropriate engineering analyses and conduct design reviews to ensure compliance with system performance, cost, and schedule goals.

Configuration Management
Establish and maintain a configuration management process that assures complete traceability of all requirements, specifications, production plans, changes, and related materials.

Fabrication and Assembly Support
Provide on-site review of techniques and processes used to fabricate and assemble prototype systems. Develop solutions to related issues as they occur, assessing their impact on performance, cost, and schedule. Incorporate changes into specifications and production plans. Maintain configuration management.

Training
Develop training products to address unique or unusual aspects of the system's fabrication, assembly, testing, maintenance, modernization, or disposal. These products will reflect the highest value to the client in terms of completeness, ease of use, integration with training infrastructure, maintenance, and cost.

Privatization and Outsourcing
Evaluate available sources for required design capabilities, prototype fabrication, and other related activities and determine the source(s) that provide the most attractive combination of capability, availability, reliability, and cost.


871-4 Test and Evaluation

AASKI Technology, Inc. will apply various techniques to evaluate system(s) performance against design objectives. From developing test plans and other germane documentation, to participating in testing and data analysis, to making recommendations, AASKI has the requisite skills and experience to assure clients receive accurate and meaningful test results. Associated tasks include—

Testing
Develop testing protocol from program documents (e.g., Test and Evaluation Master Plan [TEMP]) assuring the protocol provides accurate metrics for all performance objectives. Conduct tests (e.g., first article and prototype, environmental, system safety, quality assurance) and analyze results. Perform modeling and simulation exercises to examine concept feasibility and system performance. Recommend design, production, or operational modifications based on test result analysis.

Independent Verification and Validation
Provide objective, insightful recommendations to clients to assure a system or product meets the client's needs throughout development and testing.

Reverse Engineering
Determine the function or source of failure of a system or product by analyzing standard test results, examining product or system design, and/or conducting specialized tests. Document results and provide advice for product or system modification. Use similar techniques to analyze the function and design of competing systems or new technologies.

Quality Assurance
In addition to conducting tests for quality assurance, the processes for statistical control, integrated product development, design, and production should be assessed for their contribution to the product quality.

Training
Develop and implement unique training materials and curricula associated with test and evaluation requirements for the product or system throughout its life cycle.

Privatization and Outsourcing
Research the capabilities of other government and commercial concerns in terms of providing the test and evaluation services. Assess associated risks and make recommendations.


871-5 Integrated Logistics Support

AASKI Technology, Inc. will provide the analysis, planning, and detailed design of all logistics support, including materiel, personnel, and operational maintenance and repair of products and systems throughout the life-cycle. The TOC impacts will be an overarching consideration. Associated tasks include—

Requirements Determination
Examine the performance, cost, and operational objectives of the product or system and develop a set of logistics requirements that satisfies all relevant objectives. Consider the capabilities of existing infrastructure, processes, and skills when developing requirements for logistics support, and evaluate new and innovative approaches to logistics. Make recommendations and develop plans that offer highest value to the client by balancing needs, existing resources, innovation, and costs.

Policy Standards and Procedures Development
Based on logistics requirements, accommodating resource constraints, and implementation issues, will develop a set of policy standards and procedures that satisfy product or system logistics requirements. Integrate the policies and procedures with other pertinent policies and procedures assuring coordination with related products and systems. Determine the impact of policies and procedures on TOC.

Logistics Planning
As an integrated element of the product or system development, assure the logistics plan meets all requirements as the development process evolves. Consider human factors, long-term reliability and maintainability, infrastructure, investment requirements, training, and cost in establishing the feasibility of the logistics plan.

Training
Establish related training needs to carry out the logistics plan. Assess the requirements for material and curriculum development and training implementation. Provide flexible options that remain germane through the entire life cycle.

Outsourcing and Privatization
Research the capabilities of other government and commercial concerns in terms of providing integrated logistics support services. Assess associated risks and make recommendations.


871-6 Acquisition and Life-Cycle Management

AASKI Technology, Inc. will draw on decades of experience in acquisition and life-cycle management to assure all planning, budgetary, contract, and program management functions required to field, operate, and support technology-based products and systems are provided at high value to our clients. Associated tasks include—

Acquisition Support
Provide project and program management technical assistance during the development of system requirements, design specifications, reviews, logistics planning, test and evaluation, and other related acquisition functions. Perform sensitivity analyses and trade-off studies to ascertain the best value solution for our clients.

Operations and Maintenance
During predeployment phases, assist in developing operations and maintenance requirements within the program objectives. After the system is fielded, provide technical support during operations and maintenance, including the resolution of technical issues, technology insertion, and development of policies and procedures.

Technology Management
Assure the program has the most relevant and recent information on technology issues affecting the execution and effectiveness of the program. Assist the client in developing technology insertion plans and investment strategies by assessing performance, schedule, and cost impacts and any associated risks.

Training
In support of acquisition and life-cycle management, identify all relevant training requirements throughout all program phases. Ascertain the skills, curricula, schedule, and costs associated with fulfilling these needs, and develop and implement the training as required.

Privatization and Outsourcing
Research the capabilities of other government and commercial concerns in terms of providing acquisition and life-cycle management services. Further, identify opportunities for performance of technical functions throughout the program. Assess associated risks and make recommendations based on highest value to the client.

Additional Information Contact:
bparikh@aaski.com
Telephone: (732) 578-1250

PSS Labor Categories

Labor Category Descriptions GSA PSS schedule

Applicable SINs 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

Acquisition Support Specialist, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Provides functional and technical direction in the design, development, acquisition, production, fielding and post deployment support of government programs. Supports the government in overall product management policies, plans, requirements, execution, control and direction of the work and associated resources involved in providing life cycle management.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelors' Degree; Business or Accounting
Substitution: 8 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma.
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Acquisition Support Specialist, Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Provides functional and technical direction in the design, development, acquisition, production, fielding and post deployment support of government programs. Supports the government in overall product management policies, plans, requirements, execution, control and direction of the work and associated resources involved in providing life cycle management.

Minimum Experience: Ten years
Minimum Education: Bachelors' Degree; Business or Accounting
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Configuration Management Specialist, Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Work closely with program management, systems engineers, quality managers and representatives, draftsmen and design/manufacturing engineers in a concurrent engineering environment; Develop and administer Configuration Management Plans; Prepare for and conduct major configuration audits.

Minimum Experience: Three Years
Minimum Education: AA or 2 year technical school; Computer Science or other Scientific Technical Discipline
Substitution: 4 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Configuration Management Specialist, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Work closely with program management, systems engineers, quality managers and representatives, draftsmen and design/manufacturing engineers in a concurrent engineering environment; Develop and administer Configuration Management Plans; Prepare for and conduct major configuration audits.

Minimum Experience: Five Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science or other Scientific Technical Discipline
Substitution: 8 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Configuration Management Specialist, Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Work closely with program management, systems engineers, quality managers and representatives, draftsmen and design/manufacturing engineers in a concurrent engineering environment; Develop and administer Configuration Management Plans; Prepare for and conduct major configuration audits.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science or other Scientific Technical Discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Configuration Management Specialist (Software), Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Must be able to write Configuration Management (CM) Plans and audit software change procedures, software development, software testing, and software documentation to verify compliance with software CM plans and procedures. Must be capable of participating in design reviews, configuration audits, and evaluations of software products to ensure proper identification, control, and status accounting of the software baseline for each system.

Minimum Experience: Five Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science or other Scientific Technical Discipline
Substitution: 8 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Configuration Management Specialist (Software), Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Must be able to write Configuration Management (CM) Plans and audit software change procedures, software development, software testing, and software documentation to verify compliance with software CM plans and procedures. Must be capable of participating in design reviews, configuration audits, and evaluations of software products to ensure proper identification, control, and status accounting of the software baseline for each system.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science or other Scientific Technical Discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Information Security), Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Experience in heterogeneous computer networking technology and work in protocol and/or interface standards specification is preferred. Analyzes and resolves INFOSEC technical problems. Configures testbeds and conducts testing, records and analyzes results, and provides recommendations for improvements for the products/systems under test. Areas of focus include Guard, Firewall, Secure Network Server, PCMCIA format security solutions, "Smart Cards", and emerging technologies and future trends. Supports the integration of INFOSEC solutions and technologies into networks with particular attention to protocols, interfaces, and system design. General experience includes system engineering; electrical design, software engineering; program design and implementation; configuration management; or maintenance. Must have knowledge of TCP/IP, information security/authorization profiles, or security administration of Unix or NT network/systems. Must have knowledge of Government security policies and familiarity with security-related technologies and auditing tools. Must be capable of providing security engineering analysis on a variety of information systems. Must be capable of developing security accreditation/certification documentation, and creating and maintaining security policy and procedures. Must be capable of performing security certification engineering analysis, vulnerability assessments, and risk assessments. Must be capable of designing and configuring security tools. Must be capable of developing test procedures, establishing test environments, executing security certification test/demonstrations/evaluations, documenting results, and developing reports, conclusions, and recommendations. Must be capable of conceptualizing and implementing security systems and architectures.

Minimum Experience: Five Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 8 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Network), Intern

Functional Responsibilities: Must be capable of performing network engineering functions including: conceptualization, design, implementation, and optimization. Must be experienced in assessing evolving user needs, translating those needs into network changes through network reconfiguration, hardware and software acquisitions, installation and test. Must be knowledgeable in the application of current and emerging network software and hardware technology and protocols.

Minimum Experience: None
Minimum Education: AA or 2 year technical school ; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Network), Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Must be capable of performing network engineering functions including: conceptualization, design, implementation, and optimization. Must be experienced in assessing evolving user needs, translating those needs into network changes through network reconfiguration, hardware and software acquisitions, installation and test. Must be knowledgeable in the application of current and emerging network software and hardware technology and protocols.

Minimum Experience: Three Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 4 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Network), Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Must be capable of performing network engineering functions including: conceptualization, design, implementation, and optimization. Must be experienced in assessing evolving user needs, translating those needs into network changes through network reconfiguration, hardware and software acquisitions, installation and test. Must be knowledgeable in the application of current and emerging network software and hardware technology and protocols.

Minimum Experience: Five Years.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 8 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Network), Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Must be capable of performing network engineering functions including: conceptualization, design, implementation, and optimization. Must be experienced in assessing evolving user needs, translating those needs into network changes through network reconfiguration, hardware and software acquisitions, installation and test. Must be knowledgeable in the application of current and emerging network software and hardware technology and protocols.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Software), Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Provides functional and empirical analysis related to the design, development, and implementation of software systems, including, but not limited to application software, utility software, development software, and diagnostic software. Participates in the development of test strategies, devices, and systems. Have the technical background and skills to perform in all phases of software design, development, documentation, and implementation. Ability to design and develop with of advanced networking techniques.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering (Test), Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Defines documents, analyzes, performs, and interprets developmental tests for new and/or modified products or product components. Investigates and resolves operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provides technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Guides and directs lower level personnel on the set-up and performance of tests. Acts as liaison with outside suppliers in establishing or modifying specifications for purchased items. Devises and applies testing procedures for parts or sub-assemblies received from outside vendors. Participates in the development, maintenance and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


New Equipment Training (NET) Officer, Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Experience in Army materiel management and logistics support.  This includes developing documentation and planning/executing the fielding and conducting New Equipment Training (NET) in support of C4ISR Systems and Equipment. Ability to administer and manage the planning, budgeting, and coordination of technical NET teams worldwide.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 15 years of direct relevant technical experience with high school diploma
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


New Equipment Training (NET) Officer, Executive Scientist

Functional Responsibilities: Experience in Army materiel management and logistics support.  This includes developing documentation and planning/executing the fielding and conducting New Equipment Training (NET) in support of C4ISR Systems and Equipment. Ability to administer and manage the planning, budgeting, and coordination of technical NET teams worldwide.

Minimum Experience: 15 years with Masters
Minimum Education: Masters; Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Substitution: 20 years of direct relevant experience for Bachelors.
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Computer System Analyst, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Design, development, testing and evaluation of computer based systems. Experience in the use of current tools and techniques applied to the quality assurance, test and evaluation of hardware and software integration.

Minimum Experience: 2 Years.
Minimum Education: High school diploma or GED equivalent
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Computer System Analyst, Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Design, development, testing and evaluation of computer based systems and analysis and design of business applications on complex, large-scale systems, including experience in data base management concepts. Knowledge of state-of-the-art storage and retrieval methods is required, as well as the ability to formulate specifications for computer programmers to use in coding, testing, debugging of computer software. Develop plans for ADP systems from project inception to conclusion. Defines the problem, and develops system requirements and program specifications, from which programmers prepare systems documentation programs, and tests.

Minimum Experience: 4 Years.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Computer System Analyst, Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Design, development, testing and evaluation of computer based systems. Must possess specific experience in the analysis and design of business applications on complex, large-scale systems, including experience in data base management concepts. Knowledge of state-of-the-art storage and retrieval methods is required as well as the ability to formulate specifications for computer programmers to use in coding, testing, and debugging of computer programs.

Minimum Experience: 5 Years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Database Specialist/Administrator

Functional Responsibilities: Ensures appropriate linkages to existing databases and data processing systems. Ensures adequate security and recovery procedures are included in all data base designs. Directs the training of user groups in the protocols involved in updating and accessing the database. Monitors database transactions to ensure correct usage of the database. Provides technical expertise on the database system to user and data processing personnel.

Minimum Experience: 4 Years.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Training Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Prepares and modifies training materials. Trains personnel through formal classroom courses, workshops and seminars. Develops computer based training materials and courses.

Minimum Experience: (4) years of training experience in military systems. Four (4) years military service (E6 or higher) may be considered as military training experience.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Substitution: Eight (8) years of additional experience may be substituted for the BS degree.
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Training Specialist, Senior

Functional Responsibilities: Conducts research to develop and revise training courses and prepare appropriate training materials. Prepares and modifies training materials. Trains personnel through formal classroom courses, workshops and seminars. Develops computer based training materials and courses.

Minimum Experience: (7) years of training experience in military systems. Four (7) years military service (E8 or higher) may be considered as military training experience.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Substitution: Eight (8) years of additional experience may be substituted for the BS degree.
Certification/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Electronics, Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Carries out assignments associated with projects. Translates technical guidance received from supervisor into useable data applicable to a particular assignment. Work assignments are varied and require some originality and ingenuity.

Minimum Experience: Three years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Electronic engineering or a related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Electronics, Intern

Functional Responsibilities: Works under close supervision of supervisor. Gathers and correlates data and performs routine tasks as assigned.

Minimum Experience: Three months related experience or six months general work experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Electronic engineering or a related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Electronics, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Carries out complex assignments associated with projects. Capable of working independently and translating technical guidance received from supervisor into useable data applicable to a particular assignment. Work assignments are varied and require some originality and ingenuity.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Electronic Engineering or a related scientific or technical discipline.
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Information Security, Sr.

Functional Responsibilities: Experience in heterogeneous computer networking technology and work in protocol and/or interface standards specification is preferred. Analyzes and resolves INFOSEC technical problems. Configures testbeds and conducts testing, records and analyzes results, and provides recommendations for improvements for the products/systems under test. Areas of focus include Guard, Firewall, Secure Network Server, PCMCIA format security solutions, "Smart Cards", and emerging technologies and future trends. Supports the integration of INFOSEC solutions and technologies into networks with particular attention to protocols, interfaces, and system design. General experience includes system engineering; electrical design, software engineering; program design and implementation; configuration management; or maintenance. Must have knowledge of TCP/IP, information security/authorization profiles, or security administration of Unix or NT network/systems. Must have knowledge of Government security policies and familiarity with security-related technologies and auditing tools.

Minimum Experience: 10 years.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline.
Substitution: 10 years of direct relevant technical experience may be substituted for education.
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Software, Intern

Functional Responsibilities: Work in a software development environment focusing on the analysis, design, development, modification and implementation of software systems. Utilizes standard software development techniques to solve assigned tasks and duties. Possesses an appropriate level of experience and or education in at least one software development discipline such as: architecture, coding (UNIX, C+, Microsoft Net, etc.), data base design, documentation, hardware requirements, quality assurance, Web applications or other discipline(s). Receives specific supervision and technical guidance.

Minimum Experience: Three months related experience or six months general work experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Software, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Work in a software development environment focusing on the analysis, design, development, modification and implementation of software systems. Utilizes subject matter knowledge in the evaluation, selection, and modification of software development techniques to solve assigned tasks. Typically has experience and or advanced education in one or more software development disciplines such as: architecture, coding (UNIX, C+, Microsoft Net, etc.), data base design, documentation, hardware requirements, quality assurance, Web applications or other discipline(s). Demonstrates technical and or specialized skills and may lead tasks within a project. Capable of working independently or with little supervision or technical guidance.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Systems, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Interacts with system users to translate their requirements into systems, hardware, and software requirements and design. Participates in the development of test strategies. Handles technical responsibilities developing, interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating assignments. Plans and develops engineering projects that feature unique problems, which may impact major organization programs. Maintains liaison with individuals and units within or outside of the organization

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline.
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Systems, Sr.

Functional Responsibilities: Interacts with system users to translate their requirements into systems, hardware, and software requirements and design. Participates in the development of test strategies. Makes high-level decisions and recommendations that may impact the technology strategy and related activities of the organization. Initiates and maintains extensive contract with key engineers and managers of other organizations and companies. Demonstrates creativity, foresight and mature engineering judgment in anticipating and solving problems, meeting program objectives and requirements. Directs several subordinate supervisors or team leaders.

Minimum Experience: 10 years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Test, Intern

Functional Responsibilities: Defines, documents, analyzes, performs, and interprets developmental tests for new and/or modified products or product components. Investigates and resolves operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provides technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Guides and directs lower level personnel on the set-up and performance of tests. Acts as liaison with outside suppliers in establishing or modifying specifications for purchased items. Devises and applies testing procedures for parts or sub-assemblies received from outside vendors. Participates in the development, maintenance and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs.

Minimum Experience: Three months related experience or six months general work experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Computer Science, Systems, Business or related scientific /technical discipline,
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineer, Test, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Defines, documents, analyzes, performs, and interprets developmental tests for new and/or modified products or product components. Investigates and resolves operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provides technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Guides and directs lower level personnel on the set-up and performance of tests. Acts as liaison with outside suppliers in establishing or modifying specifications for purchased items. Devises and applies testing procedures for parts or sub-assemblies received from outside vendors. Participates in the development, maintenance and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Computer Science, Systems, Business or related scientific /technical discipline,
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Engineering Test, Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Defines, documents, analyzes, performs, and interprets developmental tests for new and/or modified products or product components. Investigates and resolves operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provides technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Guides and directs lower level personnel on the set-up and performance of tests. Acts as liaison with outside suppliers in establishing or modifying specifications for purchased items. Devises and applies testing procedures for parts or sub-assemblies received from outside vendors. Participates in the development, maintenance and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs.

Minimum Experience: Three years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Electronic engineering, or a related scientific or technical discipline is required.
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Logistician, Intern

Functional Responsibilities: Prepares integrated logistic plans and policy and procedures for logistic support for major systems. Ensures that proper logistic considerations are included in system development processes at each major milestone. Assists in performing analyses to determine system maintainability, reliability, and supportability requirements. Documents results of the analysis in a report format. Develops and reviews systems acquisition projects'operating plans and procedures to ensurelogistic support considerations are included. Performs technical training, configuration management, and quality assurance.

Minimum Experience: Three months related experience or six months general work experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Physical Science or Business Administration/ Management
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Logistician, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Prepares integrated logistic plans and policy and procedures for logistic support for major systems. Ensures that proper logistic considerations are included in system development processes at each major milestone. Assists in performing analyses to determine system maintainability, reliability, and supportability requirements. Documents results of the analyses in a report format. Develops and reviews systems acquisition projects'operating plans and procedures to ensurelogistic support considerations are included. Performs technical training, configuration management, and quality assurance.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Physical Science or Business Administration/ Management
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Logistician, Sr.

Functional Responsibilities: Directly supports and supervises logistical personnel supporting program managers performing tasking associated with engineering or acquisition projects. Prepares integrated logistic plans and policy and procedures for logistic support for major systems. Ensures that proper logistic considerations are included in the system development processes at each major milestone. Performs analyses to determine system maintainability, reliability, and supportability requirements. Documents results of the analyses in a report format. Develops systems maintenance concepts and plans and life cycle supply requirements and processes to meet supply requirements. Performs cost analysis associated with systems logistic support and develops and reviews systems acquisition projects'operating plans and procedures to ensure logistic support considerations are included. Performs technical training, configuration management, and quality assurance.

Minimum Experience: Ten years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Physical Science or Business Administration/ Management
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Operations Research Analyst, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Manages and directs the analyses of management problems, performs cost analyses and modeling, provides information requirements and the formulation of scientific solutions as directed. 8 years of direct relevant technical experience may be substituted for education.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Operations Specialist, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Performs mid level analysis applying appropriate scientific and engineering processes and modeling techniques to the life-cycle development of systems. Performs analyses and trade-off studies related to operational issues and reviews test plans to ensure MOEs address operational requirements. Reviews plans for system integration, operation, and maintenance and assists in the development of training for operational personnel.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Program Analyst, Intermediate

Functional Responsibilities: Tracks and validates all client financial information, establishes and maintains master contract files, prepares reports on and monitors status of all deliverables, ensures quality assurance in all products delivered. Tracks the financial status of contracts and reports payment of government fees. Prepares and updates task status reports and prepares revenue projections reports. Employs automated tools and systems to perform project control functions.

Minimum Experience: Three years experience
Minimum Education: A.A. Degree or two year technical, Business or Accounting school Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Program Analyst, Journeyman

Functional Responsibilities: Reviews contracts and identifies project control requirements. Determines staff assignments, project control systems, and administrative and financial reporting requirements. Tracks and validates all client financial information, establishes and maintains master contract files, prepares reports on and monitors status of all deliverables, ensures quality assurance in all products delivered, tracks the financial status of contracts, and reports payment of government fees. Prepares and updates task status reports and prepares revenue projections reports. Employs automated tools and systems to perform project control functions.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Business or Accounting
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Program Assistant, Entry

Functional Responsibilities: Depending on administrative functional specialty, provides support to program management staff. To include Work Breakdown structure (WBS) definition, cost accounting management and leadership, budget allocation and tracking, and participation on engineering change boards.

Minimum Experience: Three years
Minimum Education: AA or two year technical school, Human Resources or Business Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Program Integrator, Executive

Functional Responsibilities: Working in an engineering, scientific or software development environment focusing on the analysis, design, development and or implementation of highly complex systems and or projects. Provides highly specialized technical expertise or knowledge in support of improving and or achieving program or project mission success. Support can include, but is not limited to: architectural, conceptual and or requirements development, baseline management, feasibility analysis, modeling and simulation, product evaluations, system analysis and specifications, test specifications, tradeoffs, transition planning. Specialized knowledge can include, but is not limited to: availability, configuration management, human factors, maintenance, reliability, safety and security. Demonstrates exceptional creativity, resourcefulness and communication skills working the most complex assignments and may lead efforts in the defining of policy, conducting studies, and exploring alternatives. May also evaluate or play a key roll in, acquisition strategies, alternative concepts, developing program control processes, feasibility studies, operational assessments, program definition, requirement analysis, risk reduction, source data development and special projects.

Minimum Experience: 20 years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree, Engineering, Computer Science, Systems, Business or related scientific /technical discipline,
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Project Manager, Sr.

Functional Responsibility:  Performs day-to-day management of assigned task order projects that involve teams of engineers, scientists, and management professionals involved in analyzing, designing, integrating, training, testing, documenting, implementing, and maintaining complex systems. Demonstrates proven skills in those technical areas addressed by the task order to be managed. Organizes, directs, and coordinates planning and production of all activities associated with assigned task order projects. Demonstrates written and oral communication skills.

Minimum Experience: 12 years
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Business or related functional or technical field
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6


Property Management Specialist

Functional Responsibilities:  Maintains property records. Performs property inventory and property management functions to include operation of automated bar-code scanning equipment. Must be able to operate computer equipment and customized software packages to track property. Must be capable of assisting with operations of a supply room to include stocking shelves, inventorying, shopping for resupply items, and issuing consumable supplies to customers. Must be capable of assisting with turn-in, repair, and relocation of equipment and furniture.

Minimum Experience: Three years
Minimum Education: AA or two year technical school, Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline
Certifications/Clearances: None
Applicable SINs: 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

PSS Rates and Discounts

PSS Rates and Discounts

SIN(s) Labor Category Min. Education Min. Experience Price Offered to GSA (including IFF)
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Electronics, Intern Bachelor's None $51.63
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Electronics, Intermediate Bachelor's 3 years $63.69
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Electronics, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $76.65
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Information Security, Sr. Bachelor's 10 years $128.91
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Software, Intern Bachelor's None $65.20
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Software, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $82.12
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Systems, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $111.41
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Systems, Sr. Bachelor's 10 years $120.31
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Test, Intern Bachelor's None $73.90
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Test, Intermediate Bachelor's 3 years $85.87
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineer, Test, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $94.64
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Logistician, Intern Bachelor's None $63.77
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Logistician, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $80.65
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Logistician, Sr. Bachelor's 10 years $88.12
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Operation Research Analyst, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $91.17
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Operations Specialist, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $91.87
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Program Analyst, Intermediate AA/ 2 year technical school 3 years $87.63
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Program Analyst, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $69.78
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Program Assistant, Entry AA/ 2 year technical school 3 years $39.41
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Program Integrator, Executive Bachelor's 20 years $149.32
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Project Manager, Sr. Bachelor's 12 years $125.54
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Property Management Specialist AA/ 2 year technical school 3 years $54.84
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Acquisition Support Specialist, Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $70.18
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Acquisition Support Specialist, Senior Bachelor's 10 years $84.36
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Configuration Management Specialist, Intermediate AA/ 2 year technical school 3 years $69.89
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Configuration Management Specialist,Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $74.62
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Configuration Management Specialist, Senior Bachelor's 10 years $81.81
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Configuration Management Specialist (Software), Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $79.06
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Configuration Management Specialist (software), Senior Bachelor's 10 years $84.71
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Information Security), Journeyman Bachelor's 5 years $120.03
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Network), Intern AA/ 2 year technical school None $56.29
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Network), Intermediate Bachelor's 3 years $60.87
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Network), Journeyman Bachelor's 5 Years $74.21
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Network),Senior Bachelor's 10 Years $89.18
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Software), Senior Bachelor's 10 Years $92.57
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Engineering (Test), Senior Bachelor's 10 Years $108.13
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 New Equipment Training (NET) Officer, Senior Bachelor's 10 Years $78.36
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 New Equipment Training (NET) Officer, Executive Scientist Masters 15 years $94.52
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Computer Systems Analyst, Journeyman High School Diploma or GED Equivalent 2 Years $67.96
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Computer Systems Analyst, Intermediate Bachelor's 4 Years $91.01
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Computer System Analyst, Senior Bachelor's 5 Years $116.04
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Database Specialist/Administrator Bachelor's 4 Years $93.93
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Training Specialist Bachelor's 4 years $81.13
871 2;871-3; 871-4; 871 5; 871 6 Training Specialist, Senior Bachelor's 7 years $97.85

GSA IT 70

Federal Supply Schedule 70 – General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software, and Services

On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!®, a menu-driven database system.

GSA IT 70 Customer Information

GSA IT 70 Customer Information

1a. Table of awarded special item numbers (sins)

132 51 information technology professional services – subject to cooperative purchasing

132 100 ancillary supplies and/or services – subject to cooperative purchasing

1b. Lowest priced model number and price for each sin: see price list

1c. Hourly rates (services only): see gsa it 70 rates and discounts

2. Maximum order*: 132-51 / Sin maximum order: $500,000/per order

Note to ordering activities: *if the best value selection places your order over the maximum order identified in this catalog/pricelist, you have an opportunity to obtain a better schedule contract price. Before placing your order, contact the aforementioned contactor for a better price. The contractor may (1) offer a new price for this requirement (2) offer the lowest price available under this contract or (3) decline the order. A delivery order that exceeds the maximum order may be placed under the schedule contract in accordance with far 8.404.

3. Minimum order: minimum order per the contract $100.00 or as negotiated.

4. Geographic coverage: 48 contiguous states, alaska, hawaii, puerto rico, washington, dc, and u.S. Territories

5. Point(s) of production: n/a

6. Discount from list prices: gsa net prices are shown on the attached gsa pricelist. Negotiated discount has been applied and the iff has been added.

7. Quantity discount(s):

  • .25% discount for single task orders $250,000 and over
  • .5% discount for single task orders $500,000 and over
  • .75% discount for single task orders $1,000,000 and over
  • 1% discount for single task orders $1,500,000 and over
  • 1.25% discount for single task orders $2,000,000 and over
  • 1.5% discount for single task orders $2,500,000 and over

8. Prompt payment terms: net 30 days

9.A government purchase cards must be accepted at or below the micro-purchase threshold.

9.B government purchase cards are not accepted above the micro-purchase threshold. Asski does accept the government purchase card for purchases above the micro-purchase threshold in accordance with see gsar 552.232-79(c) payment by credit card.

10. Foreign items: n/a

11a. Time of delivery: 30 days aro or as negotiated at the task order level.

11b. Expedited delivery: negotiated at the task order level.

11c. Overnight and 2-day delivery: n/a

11d. Urgent requirments: agencies can contact the contractor's representative to affect a faster delivery. Customers are encouraged to contact the contractor for the purpose of requesting accelerated delivery.

12.  Fob point: destination

13a. Ordering address:

Aaski, technology, inc
804c west park avenue
Ocean, nj 07712
Phone: (732) 578-1250
Fax: 732-578-1251
E-mail: aearixson@aaski.Com

13b. Ordering procedures: ordering activities shall use the ordering procedures described in federal acquisition regulation 8.405-3 on blanket purchase agreements (bpa's)

14. Payment address: same as contractor

15. Warranty provision: n/a

16. Export packing charges: n/a

17. Terms and conditions of government purchase card acceptance: see 9a and 9b.

18. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair (if applicable): n/a

19. Terms and conditions of installation (if applicable): n/a

20. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if available): n/a

20a.Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable): n/a

21. List of service and distribution points (if applicable): n/a

22. List of participating dealers (if applicable): n/a

23. Preventive maintenance (if applicable): n/a

24a. Special attributes such as environmental attributes (e.G. Recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants): n/a

24b. Section 508 compliance for electronic and information technology (eit): section 508 compliance information on the supplies and services in this contract are available at the following website address (url): http://www.Aaski.Com/
The eit standard can be found at: www.Section508.Gov/

25. SDuns number: 83-649-8902.

26. SNotification regarding registration in system for award management (sam) database: contractor has an active registration in the sam database. Cage: 1wyp9.

GSA IT 70 Service Offerings

GSA IT 70 Service Offerings

Awarded Specialty Item Numbers (SINs)

  • 871-2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
  • 871-3 System Design, Engineering, and Integration
  • 871-4 Test and Evaluation

132-51 Information Technology Professional Services

132-100 Ancillary Supplies and/or Services

132-51: Information Technology Professional Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING Includes resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, and other services relevant to 29CFR541.400.

Sub-Categories

  • FSC/PSC Class D301 IT AND TELECOM- FACILITY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
  • FSC/PSC Class D302 IT AND TELECOM- SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
  • FSC/PSC Class D306 IT AND TELECOM- SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
  • FSC/PSC Class D307 IT AND TELECOM- IT STRATEGY AND ARCHITECTURE
  • FSC/PSC Class D308 IT AND TELECOM- PROGRAMMING
  • FSC/PSC Class D310 IT AND TELECOM- CYBER SECURITY AND DATA BACKUP
  • FSC/PSC Class D311 IT AND TELECOM- DATA CONVERSION
  • FSC/PSC Class D316 IT AND TELECOM- TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK MANAGEMENT
  • FSC/PSC Class D317 IT AND TELECOM- WEB-BASED SUBSCRIPTION
  • FSC/PSC Class D399 IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

132 100: Ancillary Supplies and/or Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Ancillary supplies and/or services are support supplies and services which are not within the scope of any other SIN on this schedule. These supplies and/or services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of supplies and/or services purchased under another SIN(s) in this solicitation to provide a solution to a customer requirement. This SIN may be used for orders and blanket purchase agreements that involve work or a project that is solely associated with the supplies and/or services purchased under this schedule. This SIN EXCLUDES purchases that are exclusively for supplies and/or services already available under another schedule and is limited to information technology (IT) products and/or services.

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Telephone: (732) 578-1250

GSA IT 70 Labor Categories

GSA IT 70 Labor Categories

IT Program ManagerLabor Category Descriptions GSA IT 70 schedule – Applicable SINs 

Functional Responsibilities: Performs day-to-day management of IT contract technical/support operations, involving multiple projects/task orders and personnel at diverse locations. Organizes, directs, and coordinates the planning and execution of all program/technical support activities. Has demonstrated information technology expertise and communications skills to be able to interface with all levels of management. Meets and confers with Government management officials regarding the status of specific program/technical activities as well as problems, issues, or conflicts requiring resolution. Performs a variety of tasks, while leading and directing the work of others.

Minimum Experience: Five years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51 & 132-100


Telecommunications Analyst

Functional Responsibilities: Supports voice, wireless, video, data, information technology (IT) desktop, and IT LAN/WAN communications systems and services. Coordinates processes, and resolves the more routine and straightforward systems for voice, wireless, video, data, IT desktop, or IT LAN/WAN communications systems and services, ensuring standards and policies are followed.

Minimum Experience: Two years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Configuration Management Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Supports the design, development and establishment of configuration and data management documents based on program requirements. Maintains complete records, methods employed and results obtained. Prepares complete reports of results and recommendations; communicates with external and internal sources necessary to assure proper and timely project completion.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


IT Quality Assurance Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Evaluates software and associated documentation. Participates in formal and informal reviews to determine information technology quality and in the development of software quality assurance plans. Analyzes discrepancies in service or performance and makes recommendations for product or service updates. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


IT Analyst

Functional Responsibilities: Expertise in one or more of the following IT disciplines may include mission analysis, requirements analysis and development, performance standards and metrics, business process reengineering and change management, compliance and validation, continuity planning and disaster recovery, COTS product evaluations, distance learning, economic business analysis, biometrics, identity protection and access management, intelligence analysis, modeling and simulation, operations research, program analysis, PKI development, risk analysis and management, technical consulting and planning, and transformation and enterprise business strategy.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Electronic Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Installs, modifies, troubleshoots, and repairs computer hardware and software systems. Provides technical assistance and training to computer system users.

Minimum Experience: Three Years
Minimum Education: A.A or A.S. degree in computer science, general engineering, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Information Assurance Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Supports the development, operation, management, and enforcement of security capabilities for systems and networks. Technical support includes the protection and defense of information systems.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


IT Testing Specialist

Functional Responsibilities: Supports IT software and network tests, while evaluating results to ensure compliance with applicable regulations. Prepares test scripts and all required test documentation. Analyzes internal security within systems. Reviews test results and makes recommendations in support of IT applications.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable Applicable SIN: 132-51


Software Engineer

Functional Responsibilities: Works independently to develop technical designs and specifications for software products and systems. Researches and integrates design strategies, product specifications, development schedules and user expectations into product capabilities.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in  software, engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Computer Systems Analyst

Functional Responsibilities: Supports the development of system requirements and program specification from which programmers prepare detailed flowcharts, programs, and systems tests. Coordinates with programmers to ensure proper implementation of program and system specifications. Participates in the development of test strategies, devices, database management, and systems.

Minimum Experience: Two Years.
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Information Security Engineer

Functional Responsibilities: Defines and develops security policies. Analyzes the sensitivity of information, performs vulnerability and risk assessments on the basis of defined sensitivity and information flow. Conducts network vulnerability testing on systems to safeguard against attacks and data breaches.

Minimum Experience: Three Years.
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Systems Engineer

Functional Responsibilities: Responsible for analyzing information technology requirements. Evaluates IT system problems of workflow, organization, and planning. Develops appropriate corrective action. May assist in the maintenance of program libraries and technical manuals.

Minimum Experience: Three Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


IT Subject Matter Expert

Functional Responsibilities: Supports projects related to the individual's IT subject matter expertise. Provides technical, managerial, and administrative support for any of the following: information systems architecture; networking; telecommunications; automation; communications protocols; risk management/ electronic analysis; software; lifecycle management; software development methodologies; testing; and modeling and simulation.

Minimum Experience: Ten Years
Minimum Education: B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Graphic/Web Designer

Functional Responsibilities: Creates publication cover designs, hand drawn and computer generated illustrations and graphics including table, charts, logos, and other artwork. Designs and builds web pages using a variety of graphics software application, techniques and tools. Performs page layout for technical documents, newsletters, brochures, posters, and other types of documents.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: A.A. or A.S. degree in graphics design, business, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-51


Financial Analyst

Functional Responsibilities: Advise and perform professional cost, budget and schedule measurement work, implement and monitor financial control systems. Organizes financial information for review using standard and non-standard financial analysis methods to perform financial and management support tasks.

Minimum Experience: Two Years
Minimum Education: A.A. or A.S. degree in accounting, business, or related field of study desirable.
Applicable SIN: 132-100

GSA IT 70 Rates and Discounts

Labor Categories Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
SIN(s) PROPOSED SERVICE PROPOSED (e.g. Job Title/Task) MINIMUM EDUCATION/ CERTIFICATION LEVEL MINIMUM YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PRICE OFFERED TO GSA (including IFF) PRICE OFFERED TO GSA (including IFF) PRICE OFFERED TO GSA (including IFF) PRICE OFFERED TO GSA (including IFF) PRICE OFFERED TO GSA (including IFF)
132 51 IT Program Manager B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 5 years $95.85 $97.69 $99.56 $101.47 $103.42
132 51 Telecommunications Analyst B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable. 2 years $66.61 $67.89 $69.19 $70.52 $71.88
132 51 Configuration Management Specialist B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $67.13 $68.42 $69.74 $71.08 $72.44
132 51 IT Quality Assurance Specialist B.A. or B.S. degree in engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $76.36 $77.82 $79.32 $80.84 $82.39
132 51 IT Analyst B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable. 2 years $77.75 $79.24 $80.76 $82.31 $83.89
132 51 Electronic Specialist A.A or A.S. degree in computer science, general engineering, or related field of study desirable. 3 years $77.00 $78.48 $79.99 $81.52 $83.09
132 51 Information Assurance Specialist B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $81.31 $82.88 $84.47 $86.09 $87.74
132 51 IT Testing Specialist B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable 2 years $83.34 $84.94 $86.57 $88.23 $89.93
132 51 Software Engineer B.A. or B.S. degree in  software, engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $88.67 $90.37 $92.11 $93.88 $95.68
132 51 Computer Systems Analyst B.A. or B.S. degree in computer science, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $87.50 $89.18 $90.89 $92.64 $94.41
132 51 Information Security Engineer B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 3 years $109.39 $111.50 $113.64 $115.82 $118.04
132 51 Systems Engineer B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical or industrial engineering (or related field of study) desirable. 3  years $109.25 $111.35 $113.49 $115.67 $117.89
132 51 IT Subject Matter Expert B.A. or B.S. degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related field of study desirable. 10 years $178.82 $182.26 $185.75 $189.32 $192.96
132 51 Graphic/Web Designer A.A. or A.S. degree in graphics design, business, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $57.93 $59.04 $60.18 $61.33 $62.51
132 100 Financial Analyst A.A. or A.S. degree in accounting, business, or related field of study desirable. 2 years $83.58 $85.19 $86.82 $88.49 $90.19
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