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HQ072716D0004

Indefinite Delivery Contract

Overview

Government Description
ATSP4 IS A UNIFORM TECHNICAL AND MANAGEMENT APPROACH THAT LEVERAGES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) FOR A QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY ACROSS THE ENTIRE SPECTRUM OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT. THIS CAPABILITY INCLUDES THE DEVELOPMENT OF APPROPRIATE SOLUTIONS TO KEEP A SYSTEM OPERATIONAL, ELEVATE SOPHISTICATION LEVEL, OR MEET NEW THREATS. THESE EFFORTS MAY INCLUDE DEVELOPING COMPONENTS TO MEET THE DODS REQUIREMENTS FOR ULTRA-LOW VOLUMES, EXTENDING COMPONENT AVAILABILITY, OR ENSURING A TRUSTED, ASSURED, AND SECURE SUPPLY OF MICROELECTRONICS; ALSO INCLUDED WILL BE THE INTELLIGENT AND RAPID APPLICATION OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES IN NEW APPLICATIONS AND TO ADD NEEDED PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENTS TO DOD WEAPON SYSTEMS IN RESPONSE TO TRADITIONAL AND IRREGULAR (ASYMMETRIC) THREATS AND TO THE PROBLEMS RELATED TO AGING WEAPON SYSTEMS. INCREASING WARFIGHTER CAPABILITIES AND PROVIDING SOLUTIONS TO ELECTRONICS SUPPORT PROBLEMS SUCH AS, RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY AND OBSOLESCENCE ARE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT AND INSERTION OF APPLICATIONS OF ADVANCED MICROELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES. ATSP4 INCLUDES THE USE OF STATE OF THE PRACTICE AND/OR LEGACY TECHNOLOGIES TO PROVIDE SOLUTIONS. THE SCOPE OF ATSP4 COVERS BOTH HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE AND INCLUDES STUDIES, ANALYSIS, DESIGN, SOFTWARE, SIMULATION, FABRICATION, PROTOTYPING, INTEGRATION, TESTING, PRODUCIBILITY, AND LIMITED PRODUCTION. THE SCOPE OF ATSP4 ALSO INCLUDES THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIABLE METHODS AND PROCEDURES FOR USING AVAILABLE TOOLS AND RESOURCES, STRATEGIES FOR RESOLUTION OF REPLACEMENT ALTERNATIVES, AND TECHNICAL INTERCHANGE IN SUPPORT OF TASK ACCOMPLISHMENT.
Pricing
Order Dependent (IDV Only)
Set Aside
None
Extent Competed
Full And Open Competition
Multiple / Single Award
Multiple Award
Who Can Use
Single Agency
Vehicle Ceiling
$17,471,000,000 (13% Used)
Analysis Notes
Place of Performance Largest percentage of work under issued task orders completed at: Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090 United States.
Subcontracting Plan This IDC has an Individual Subcontract Plan. The Department of Defense has an overall 2023 small business subcontracting goal of 30%
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation was awarded Indefinite Delivery Contract HQ072716D0004 (HQ0727-16-D-0004) by Defense Microelectronics Activity in March 2016. The IDC has a duration of 10 years and was awarded through solicitation Advanced Technology Support Program IV (ATSP4) Full & Open full & open with NAICS 541330 and PSC AC63 via direct negotiation acquisition procedures with 9 bids received. To date, $2,413,215,798 has been obligated through this vehicle with a potential value of all existing task orders of $2,413,617,833. The total ceiling is $17,471,000,000, of which 13% has been used. As of today, the IDC has a total reported backlog of $55,667,661 and funded backlog of $55,265,626. The vehicle was awarded through Advanced Technology Support Program IV - F&O (ATSP4).

DOD Announcements

Mar 2016: Lockheed Martin Corp., Owego, New York (HQ0727-16-D-0001); BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, New Hampshire (HQ0727-16-D-0002); General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Minneapolis, Minnesota (HQ0727-16-D-0003); Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum Heights, Maryland (HQ0727-16-D-0004); Aeroflex Colorado Springs Inc., Colorado Springs, Colorado (HQ0727-16-D-0005); Raytheon Co., El Segundo, California (HQ0727-16-D-0006); The Boeing Co., Hazelwood, Missouri (HQ0727-16-D-0007); and Honeywell International Inc., Albuquerque, New Mexico (HQ0727-16-D-0008), are each being awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award, engineering services contract for the Advanced Technology  Support Program IV (ATSP4). The ATSP4 program is designed to resolve problems with obsolete, unreliable, unmaintainable, underperforming, or incapable electronics hardware and software through development of advanced technology insertions and applications to meet the requirements of the Department of Defense for a quick reaction capability. The maximum dollar ceiling, including the base period and four options for all eight contracts combined, is $7,200,000,000. Work is expected to be performed at each of the contractors’ locations, but may vary and may be worldwide with a total of 10 years of potential ordering period. All work under the subsequent task orders will be completed by March 31, 2028.  The ATSP4 contracts are capable of supporting Foreign Military Sales tasks. These awards have programmatic ceiling only; funding will be obligated for each task; no funds are obligated on the basic contracts. The contracts were competitively procured via solicitation HQ0727-15-R-0001, resulting in nine proposals. The Defense Microelectronics Activity, McClellan, California, is the contracting activity.

Status
(Open)

Modified 2/7/23
Period of Performance
3/31/16
Start Date
3/31/26
Ordering Period End Date
83.0% Complete

Task Order Obligations and Backlog
$2.4B
Total Obligated
$2.4B
Current Award
$2.4B
Potential Award
98% Funded
$55.3M
Funded Backlog
$55.7M
Total Backlog

Award Hierarchy

Indefinite Delivery Contract

HQ072716D0004

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Subcontracts

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Federal Award Analysis

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Contract Awards

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Subcontract Awards

Disclosed subcontracts for HQ072716D0004

Opportunity Lifecycle

Procurement history for HQ072716D0004

Transaction History

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People

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Competition

Number of Bidders
9
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
Individual Subcontract Plan
Cost Accounting Standards
Yes
Business Size Determination
Large Business
DoD Claimant Code
None
Awardee UEI
GUVUU89P78Q3
Awardee CAGE
97942
Agency Detail
Awarding Office
HQ0727 DEFENSE MICROELECTRONICS ACTIVITY
Funding Office
HQ0727 DEFENSE MICROELECTRONICS ACTIVITY
Created By
colten.murray@dmea.osd.mil
Last Modified By
franquan.culbert@sa9771.dmea
Approved By
colten.murray@dmea.osd.mil

Legislative

Legislative Mandates
None Applicable
Awardee District
MD-02
Senators
Benjamin Cardin
Chris Van Hollen
Representative
C. Ruppersberger

Budget Funding

Federal Account Budget Subfunction Object Class Total Percentage
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force (057-3600) Department of Defense-Military Research and development contracts (25.5) $86,278,906 56%
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force (057-3400) Department of Defense-Military Operation and maintenance of equipment (25.7) $42,426,518 28%
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy (017-1319) Department of Defense-Military Research and development contracts (25.5) $27,194,384 18%
Other Procurement, Navy (017-1810) Department of Defense-Military Equipment (31.0) $11,544,248 8%
Last Modified: 2/7/23