|About Us: Contracts
Strategic Solutions Unlimited offers a wide array of contract vehicles that make it easy for you to do business with us. These contract vehicles feature pre-negotiated terms and conditions to support programs across government agencies. In addition to our GSA 874 schedule, Strategic Solutions Unlimited is a prime or subcontractor on numerous indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) vehicles and blanket purchase agreements (BPA).
GSA Schedule 874 (GS-02F-0129W)
- The GSA 874 schedule allows our government customers to order training and education services at predetermined rates in areas such as curriculum development and instructor-led training. Learn more here about this program.
Warfighter Focus (WFF)
- Warfighter Focus ID/IQ is a contract vehicle available to the Warrior Training Alliance (WTA), which is led by Raytheon. Its purpose is to improve the readiness and effectiveness of soldiers through the consolidation of its live, virtual and constructive training support contracts. The contract carries an estimated total program value of $11.2 billion over a 10-year period. The WTA-WFF provides integrated turnkey, lifecycle training services and support worldwide. Work performed under this vehicle includes: support for training exercises, operations and maintenance for all training and range systems, curriculum development, and instruction. Learn more here about this program.
Expeditionary Pod Construction (EPC) IDIQ
- This contract is directed by the Department of the Army G2 and fields specific Pod variants to multiple Army organizations.
DIA Solutions for Intelligence Analysis (DIA SIA)
- The SIA ID/IQ is a contract vehicle available to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) through a partnership with CACI. This program has a total estimated ceiling value of $1 billion over a five-year task order contract. The SIA program will provide the Department of Defense (DoD) Intelligence Community with a responsive, efficient, and reliable means to satisfy requirements for intelligence analysis and related services. Services will meet the full range of defense intelligence requirements in 29 functional mission areas, including: global and regional terrorism, WMD programs and proliferation, counterintelligence, strategy and doctrine, and joint force requirements. It will stream the procurement process for contract intelligence analysis services across the intelligence analysis cycle, including collaboration and dissemination of finished intelligence products to DoD policymakers, combatant commands, and warfighters. SIA provides greater flexibility to realign government resources by permitting consolidations when practical, improve oversight via a single effectively managed vehicle, and respond to customers with a streamlined process to competitively obtain and manage contract intelligence services. Learn more here about this program.
SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e)
- Strategic Solutions Unlimited is proud to be a part of the SeaPort-e venture. SeaPort-e has made electronic procurement of Engineering, Financial, and Program Management support services a reality. Using SeaPort-e, the Navy Virtual Systems Command (VS) Commanders (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, NAVSUP and SPAWAR) have adopted an integrated approach to contracting for support services. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized means of issuing competitive solicitations amongst a large and diverse community of approved contractors, as well as a platform for awarding and managing performance-based task orders. This unified approach allows SeaPort-e service procurement teams to leverage their best work products, practices, and approaches across the Navy's critical service business sector. Simply stated, SeaPort-e provides a faster, better and more cost-effective means of contracting for professional support services. Learn more here about this program.
Government Purchase Card (GPC)/IMPAC card
- Strategic Solutions Unlimited has the capability to accept payment via a customer's Government Purchase Card. This enables a flexible response to rapidly fulfill all contract requirements, and lessens the lead time needed to satisfy our clients' needs. For further information or other GPC-related inquires, please contact Steve Mannell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Battlestaff and Program Support (GBPS) - partnered with CACI- IDIQ
- SSU is partnered with CACI to support the United States Special Operations Command's (USSOCOM) Global Battlestaff and Program Support (GBPS) effort. This IDIQ contract has a ceiling value of $1.5 billion over a five-year period. USSOCOM provides fully capable Special Operations Forces to defend the United States and its interests, and synchronizes planning of global operations against terrorist networks. This work with the command and partnership with CACI grows SSU's functional core competency in integrated security and intelligence solutions through its support to USSOCOM's force sustainment, equipping, and modernization efforts, particularly focused on intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities. SSU assists customers in developing integrated solutions to help them meet mission objectives in the areas of security and intelligence.
GSA Schedule 70 (GS-35F-0425X)
- GSA IT Schedule 70 offers new solutions to our customer's challenges in the areas of intelligence services and training, Information Technology, Modular Construction, Program Management and other specialized US Government support. SSU offers professional Information Technology services and specialized software licenses under this schedule. SSU welcomes the opportunity to bid on projects under the GSA Schedule program and is always able to provide a quote or responses to information requests.
Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) Counter-IED Operations Integration/Intelligence Center (COIC) Operations Support (OPS) Services- partnered with SRA- IDIQ
- SSU is partnered with SRA on an IDIQ contract providing JIEDDO-COIC with the following Operations Support (OPS) services to enable successful execution of its mission: Operations, Analysis, Combat Support and Operations Support Information Technology Sustainment. Operations including C-IED Operations and Information Operations: will rapidly develop, deliver, and implement solutions to predict, preempt, and defeat the Enemy's IED Campaign and other asymmetric threats. Analysis, including Intelligence Support, Operations Research and Systems Analysis, Irregular Warfare Analysis, Predictive Analysis, and Special Operations Support: will provide JIEDDO-COIC with the capability to predict, preempt, and defeat IEDs and other asymmetric threats and is enabled through integrated traditional intelligence, irregular warfare analysis, and predictive analysis techniques. Combat Support, including Planning and Training: enables JIEDDO-COIC to be DOD's "knowledge warehouse" to innovatively harness and amass information, analyses, technology, and operational lessons learned, and to empower the warfighter with the insight needed to predict, preempt, and defeat IEDs and other asymmetric threats. Operations Support Information Technology Sustainment is robust, flexible, secure, and sustained end-to-end IT support for JIEDDO-COIC teams deployed in Forward Operating Bases (FOB).
Ronald Reagan Building Camera and Security Maintenance Services (FPS)
- SSU was awarded a $4.6 million electronic security maintenance contract. SSU will maintain the 200 video cameras and 500 card scanners, as well as other security equipment, at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC, which serves as headquarters for the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) unit of DHS. The contract will have a one-year base period plus four one-year option periods.
SSU provides electronic maintenance technicians, system administrators and a program manager to perform all management, supervision, manpower, labor services, parts, supplies, tools, and equipment, necessary to perform overall maintenance of the security equipment at the RRB facility.
Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services (OPTARSS II) - partnered with Ahntech Inc. - IDIQ
- SSU has partnered with Ahntech, Inc. on the Army's $2.5 billion Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services prime contract. OPTARSS II is an IDIQ, multiple-award contract from the U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command Center at Fort McPherson, Ga. The key task-order vehicle for the Army Forces Command calls for support services across eight primary military operations areas: operational planning, training, modeling and simulation, flight operations, mobilization planning and execution, deployment operations, force protection, and transformation.
Special Operations Forces Information Technology Enterprise Contracts (SITEC) - partnered with SAIC- IDIQ
- Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) and SSU have partnered on the IDIQ contract for Special Operations Forces Information Technology Enterprise Contracts (SITEC) specialty services in support of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Under the SITEC specialty services contract, SSU will assist the government in performing the daily operations necessary to facilitate USSOCOM's ongoing ability to effectively and efficiently optimize delivery and performance of specialty services to sustain and maintain USSOCOM's global enterprise information technology specialty services environment. The work will be performed primarily at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., with limited performance in multiple locations in and outside the United States. The anticipated total contract period of performance is five years.
Security Engineer Support to USSOCOM
- SSU Security Engineer/Technicians perform and provide security monitoring support, network services, training and operational support to support various units integrating surveillance systems into Special Operations Forces (SOF) C41 Networks. Security Engineers/Technicians coordinate and perform hardware and software changes, expansions, upgrades, and maintenance for security monitoring facilities, specific networks data terminal equipment, data communications equipment, and its components, including LAN workstations, peripherals, and their physical interconnection.
- SSU has experience constructing Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs). The facilities are constructed according to the needs of the user and its certification agencies, and typically include physical, audible, visual and electronic security. SCIF's will vary in size, design and construction according to the purpose of the facility, the location, the regulatory requirements, the customer and other environmental factors. These are all considerations in determining the security and safety of the materials and program activities within these facilities. We can prepare the paperwork needed and will work directly with your sponsor to accredit the secure facility. SSU has built several SCIF's to date and we are happy to provide construction quotes or responses to information requests.