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Contracts - Awards | Forces - Special Ops | Intelligence & PsyOps | Issues - Political | Other Corporation | Small Business | USA

US SOCOM: PsyOps Help Wanted

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These contracts are from Special Operations Command’s Psychological Operations Program Office (PMP). That branch of the United States Special Operations Command (US SOCOM) Intelligence and Information Systems (IIS) Program Executive Office requires engineering and technical support services to build, field and sustain Psychological Operations systems and other designated IIS-PMP projects and programs in accordance with USSOCOM requirements. The 5-year ordering periods will be complete October 2011. As for the rest… we’ll just have to leave you guessing. There is one major item worth noting, however – both of these war-critical, 5-year, $260 million contracts have been issued to registered Alaska Native Corporations under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA). Oct 11/06: Tyonek Agile Engineering and Manufacturing, LLC (TEAMCOR) of Warner Robbins, GA received a 5-year, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract with a ceiling of $260 million. The place of performance will be Warner Robbins, GA (H92222-06-D-0015). TEAMCOR is a subsidiary of Tyonek Native Corporation in Anchorage, AK, a registered Alaskan Native Corporation. Oct 30/06: Chenega Federal Systems, LLC (CFS) of Lorton, VA received a 5-year, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract with a ceiling of $260 million. The places of performance will be Lorton, VA and Anchorage, AK (H92222-07-D-0017). Chenega Federal Systems […]

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