PRIME CONTRACT

FA880615C0001

Definitive Contract

OVERVIEW

Government Description
IGF::CT::IGF OPERATE MAINTAIN AND SUSTAIN LAUNCH AND TEST RANGE SYSTEM
Place of Performance
Sterling, VA 20166 United States
Pricing
Fixed Price Incentive
Set Aside
None
Extent Competed
Full And Open Competition
Est. Average FTE
2477
Related Opportunity
None
Notes
COVID-19 $24,648,604 (2%) percent of this Definitive Contract was funded by COVID-19 emergency acts including the CARES Act.
Amendment Since initial award the Potential Award value has increased 47765% from $3,536,154 to $1,692,584,666.
Subcontracting Plan This Definitive Contract has a Subcontracting Plan (without incentive). The Department of Defense has an overall small business subcontracting goal of 32%
Range Generation Next was awarded Definitive Contract FA8806-15-C-0001 worth up to $4,109,648,350 by Space Systems Command in November 2014. The contract has a duration of 9 years 10 months and was awarded full & open with NAICS 541330 and PSC R425. As of today, the Definitive Contract has a total reported backlog of $2,701,445,995 and funded backlog of $1,182,408,622.

DOD ANNOUNCEMENTS

Nov. 6, 2014: Range Generation Next LLC, Dulles, Virginia has been awarded a $85,608,662 fixed-price-incentive (firm target) contract for the operation, maintenance, and sustainment of the Air Force's Launch and Test Range System. The contractor will be responsible and accountable for complete and integrated Launch and Test Range System operation, organizational and depot-level maintenance, logistics management, and sustaining engineering. The Launch and Test Range System is a complex network of a combination of instrumentation assets which provides for the safe and effective launch, testing, and tracking of Department of Defense, civil, and commercial spacelift vehicles. The system also conducts ballistic missile, guided weapon, and aeronautical tests and evaluations. Work will be performed at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida; Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida; Vandenberg Air Force Base, California; Pillar Point Air Force Station, California; Antigua Air Station; and Ascension Auxiliary Air Field, and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 2015. This award is the result of a full and open competitive acquisition for which four offers were received. Fiscal 2015 operations and maintenance funds in the amount of $0 are being obligated at the time of award. The Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, is the contracting activity. (FA8806-15-C-0001)

STATUS
(Open)

Period of Performance
11/6/14
Start Date
9/30/23
Current End Date
9/30/24
Potential End Date
83.0% Complete

Obligations and Backlog
$1.4B
Total Obligated
$2.6B
Current Award
$4.1B
Potential Award
34% Funded
$1.2B
Funded Backlog
$2.7B
Total Backlog

AWARD HIERARCHY

Definitive Contract

FA880615C0001

Subcontracts

-

ACTIVITY TIMELINE

SUBCONTRACT AWARDS

Disclosed Subcontracts for FA880615C0001

TRANSACTION HISTORY

Modifications to FA880615C0001

COMPETITION

Offers Received
4
Solicitation Procedures
Negotiated Proposal/Quote
Evaluated Preference
None
Performance Based Acquisition
Yes
Commercial Item Acquisition
Commercial Item Procedures Not Used
Simplified Procedures for Commercial Items
No

OTHER CATEGORIZATIONS

Subcontracting Plan
Plan Required (Incentive Not Included)
Cost Accounting Standards
Yes
Business Size Determination
Large Business
Defense Program
None
DoD Claimant Code
Missile And Space Systems
IT Commercial Item Category
Not Applicable
AGENCY DETAIL
Awarding Office
FA2521 FA2521 45 CONS LGC
Funding Office
F3LGRD SMC DET 11 RND
Created By
amy.burke.fa8823@us.af.mil
Last Modified By
kristin.doty@sa5700.fa2521
Approved By
kristin.doty@sa5700.fa2521

LEGISLATIVE

Legislative Mandates
Labor Standards
Performance District
VA-10
Senators
Mark Warner
Timothy Kaine
Representative
Jennifer Wexton
Last Modified: 10/25/22