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FEMA Training Development, Education and Assessment Support Services - Curriculum Sustainment

Type: Forecast • Source ID: *F2023063159


FEMA requires professional instructional systems design (ISD) training services to support the assessment, planning, development, delivery, and evaluation of FEMA training courses. Required Contractor support includes: ISD services to include the assessment/evaluation, development of classroom training courses, materials, curriculum and experiential/practical activities, and review delivery efforts Project management support to include project management plan and project schedule, quality control plan, communications plan, risk management plan, change management plan The goal of this task order is to develop specialized and cross-cadre training opportunities for a diverse group of personnel who perform incident workforce functions during all-hazard FEMA operations. These courses will include suites of multi-level training for Incident Workforce positions that also have the ability to integrate with field and mission-focused training activities to support the development of an expeditionary incident workforce. The training courses and related activities will be delivered by FEMA federal employees at FEMA facilities in a classroom setting as instructor-led activities as well as in virtual settings. FEMA requires Contractor support services with previous DHS experience to develop learning content, course materials, instructional methodologies, and experiential learning activities for Incident Workforce (IW) training courses and ensure they align with the position performance tasks and/or competencies located in existing PTBs. If a PTB does not exist, then a list of known goals, objectives and existing doctrine will be provided for the course development. The end goal is to create streamlined and effective position training courses that focus on the essential position tasks that support the qualification of the Incident Workforce. To the extent possible and in anticipation of FEMA mission needs, the Contractor shall ensure that courses developed can be easily transferrable to a virtual delivery capability. For all curriculum developed under this contract, existing FQS-approved templates must be used for final products. Any updates to templates must be approved by the FEMA Contracting Officer s Representative.
Est. Value
Min: $2,000,000
Max: $5,000,000
Est. Award Date
08/01/24 Future Opp
Source Est. Solicitation Date
Set Aside
Procurement Method
Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS)
Forecast Type
New Requirement, No Contract
Place of Performance
Washington, DC USA
Federal Emergency Management Agency is forecasted to issue a new procurement for FEMA Training Development, Education and Assessment Support Services - Curriculum Sustainment around 08/01/24 worth up to $5,000,000.


Source Level 1 Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Source Level 2 Agency


Point of Contact
Keturah Stroy   Profile
Point of Contact Email
Point of Contact Phone
(202) 431-1291

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