TACOM, located in Warren, MI, seeks to continue the worked performed under contract number W56HZV-12-C-0127 for Contractor Logistics and Sustainment Support (CLSS), consisting of a wide range of logistics support services for the Army Project Office Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle Systems (realigning to PdM MRAP Vehicle Systems in July 2017), PM Tactical Vehicles, US Special Operations Command (SOCOM), US Air Force, Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers, Army Central Command (ARCENT), Infantry Mobility Systems, and other Tactical Vehicle systems and customers. 

Army Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) has maintained fleet readiness for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP), Route and Area Clearance, Special Forces, Foreign Military Sales, associated vehicles and support systems since 2011. The support covers systems fielded prior to the implementation of full organic support; special missions and operations by the U.S. Army and other services; and Foreign Military Sales. 

US Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command

Army Program Office - Mine Resistant Ambush Protected

(APO-MRAP)

Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC)

United States Prompt Diagnostic System (USPDS)

The scope of this task order is to provide Operations and Maintenance (O&M) support to the USPDS for AFTAC in the areas of collection and analysis of nuclear phenomena to support SOS and SOL mission areas in support of USPDS headquarters functions and to support 80 sensor nodal locations. (1) Provide SOL and SOS analyst capability to review daily sensor and communication date feeds from fielded SOL and SOS sensors; (2) Provide technical/subject matter expertise (SME) and perform data evaluation and analysis for SOL and SOS mission areas in the areas of nuclear forensics phenomena; (3) Perform logistics management and integrated logistics support and equipment management; (4) Administration of system architecture with expertise in Time Compliance Network Orders (TCNOs), Maintenance Tasking Orders (MTOs), and Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Notice to Airmen (NOTAM); (5) Network Administration to support U.S. Air Force Information Assurance (IA) requirements and performance of procedures for information technology to ensure Computer Network Defense Service Provider (CNDSP) to ensure vulnerability analysis, malware notification and protection, and information assurance and compliance support; (6) Software Engineering support to maintain evaluation and reporting tools as well as software that interfaces with sensors and communication systems at site locations and headquarters; (7) Security administration to ensure compliance with operating system updates, patching/maintenance for remote device routing, log and problem monitoring; (8) Configuration Management of system equipment, site installations, software, and its connectivity and network topology, ensuring that all support documentation is kept current with system architecture; (9) Project Management to plan, initiate, track, and document the USPDS communications portfolio; (10) Field maintenance, preventative maintenance, and system integration expertise with support for nuclear phenomena sensors, communications systems, and ancillary support field equipment. This includes system integration expertise of sensors, communication systems, and software. 

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