Systems Engineering Technology and Innovation (SETI)

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SETI Due Date Extended to April 4, 2017

The Systems Engineering, Technology, and Innovation (SETI) contract will be an overarching approach for fulfilling requirements for developmental information technology (IT) and engineering support services across the Department of Defense (DoD). SETI will be a new acquisition tool for the DoD.

Summary of SETI

RFP DescriptionSystems Engineering Technology and Innovation (SETI)
TitleSystems Engineering Technology and Innovation (SETI)
Solicitation #HC1047-17-R-0001
Due DateApril 4, 2017
Contract TypeSETI will solicit for Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC).
Issuing AgencyDefense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
Bidding TracksSETI is issued for full and open competition that includes two suites of contracts: an unrestricted pool and a restricted pool (small business).
AwardsDISA intends to award up to ten contracts on an unrestricted basis and up to 20 contracts on a restricted basis. One award will be reserved for a HUBZone contractor.
Contract PeriodThe duration of each MATOC base contract will be five years with one five-year option available
Max Contract CeilingThe total contract pooled capacity is planned to be $7,500,000,000.
NAICS CodesThe NAICS code assigned to this procurement is 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services. The size standard associated with NAICS 541512 is $25.0 Million
Specific RFP Qualification RequirementsClick here to view
Performance AreasTask Area 1: Systems Engineering
Task Area 2: Design Analysis Engineering
Task Area 3: Systems Architecture
Task Area 4: Software Systems Design and Development
Task Area 5: Systems Integration
Task Area 6: Systems Test and Evaluation
Task Area 7: Systems Deployment and Life-cycle Engineering
Task Area 8: Special Systems Engineering Requirements
Proposal VolumesVolume I - Contract Documentation
Volume II - Technical Proposal
Volume III - Small Business Proposal
Volume VI - Cost/Price Proposal

Evaluation FactorsAward based on Best Value to Government