netcents2  MC-130J Commando IIs conduct low-level formation training  netcentsii
netcents-2  netcentsii NETOPS
netcents-2  Thunderbirds at Las Vegas airshow netcentsii
netcents2  Airman advances through green smoke cover during building clearance training,  netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES Old picture of drones netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES  Chief Master Sgt. Paul Koester freefalls from the C-17 Globemaster III ramp into a high-altitude low-opening parachute deployment  netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES  USAF photo:  F-16 on afterburner     netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES  USAF photo: F-15 flying over cloud bank  netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES A crew chief taxis in an MQ-1 Predator remotely piloted aircraft netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES   preflight check on a C-130H Hercules netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES  Oklahoma ANG personnel help tornado victims in Moore, OK  netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES   Pilot hugs his children Rylie and Carter after returning from a deployment   netcentsii
netcents2  A-10 Thunderbolt deploys flares   Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES  Members of the Security Forces Squadron respond to a ground attack   netcentsii
netcents2  F-35 completes a series of night flights   netcentsii
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
A-10 firing Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Thunderbirds Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Special Tactics Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Tuskegee airman rearms P-51 Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
P-51 Mustang  Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
Mt Rushmore Color Guard Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
F-22 Raptor on runway Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES
B-52 Stratofortress Netcents-2, netcentsii, App services, NETOPS, Air Force Small business, EISM, PEO-BES

NETCENTSII Contracts and Awarded Primes

The following award information has been released by the Air Force.


Enterprise Integration and Service Management (EISM) Contract Awards

EISM provides non-personal advisory and assistance services (A&AS) and a broad range of enterprise-level support services for EISM activities to the Air Force. The contract is a 5-year (three-year base period and two one-year option periods), Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) for Time-and-Materials (T&M) Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF), and Firm Fixed Price (FFP) type task or delivery orders. The NETCENTSII Contracting Office released an Award Notice on November 30, 2010 to six firms for a total ceiling value of $460M.


 NETCENTSII Netcentric Products Contract Awards

Awarded 26 August 2013. The NETCENTSII Contracting Office announced eight awards in the Netcentric Products Contract category on April 19, 2013. The NETCENTSII NetCentric Products Contract is a $6.9 Billion multiple award, indefinite delivery, and indefinite quantity contract for the purchase of netcentric products for Air Force customers.

This contract vehicle will provide for commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) products to support the Internet Protocol (IP) Network and will include the following categories of netcentric products and associated support worldwide: (1) networking equipment, (2) servers/storage, (3) peripherals, (4) multimedia, (5) software (not included on other enterprise licenses), and (6) identity management/biometric hardware and associated software. This is a Mandatory Use contract for the purchase of netcentric products for Air Force customers including those products purchased for other NETCENTSII contract categories.


 

Applications Services (Small Business) Contract Awards

The NETCENTSII Contracting Office issued Application Services Small Business Award Notices in June 2012 to twelve vendors. The Application Services Small Business contract has a combined ceiling of $960M.


 

Applications Services (Full & Open) Contract Awards

The NETCENTSII Contracting Office awarded Application Services Small Business Awards to six vendors on 29 July 2013. There were twenty-one (21) respondents to the RFP according to Defense.gov. The Application Services Full & Open contract has a combined ceiling of $960M.

This contract vehicle will provide services such as sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational support. Other services include, but are not limited to, exposing data from authoritative data sources to support web-services or service oriented architecture constructs in Air Force enterprise environments. This contract vehicle is the mandatory source for all Air Force units purchasing services that fall under the scope of the contract. As this is an IDIQ contract, the location of performance will be cited on individual delivery orders. This award is the result of a competitive acquisition; offers were solicited electronically through Federal Business Opportunities website and 21 offers were received. Some of the unsuccessful bidders include: SAIC, General Dynamics (incumbent), Northrop Grumman, NCI (incumbent), CSC, and CACI. The period of performance is seven years, and the ordering period is a three year basic period with four 12-month options, if exercised. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center/HICK, Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex, Ala., is the contracting activity.


 NETOPS & Infrastructure Solutions (Small Business Companion) Contract Awards

Awarded 27 March 2014. Contract suspended while awaiting Protest resolution.


 NETOPS & Infrastructure Solutions (Full & Open) Contract Awards

Awards scheduled January 2015.

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 IT Professional Support & Engineering Services (ITPS) (SDVOSB Set-Aside) Contract Awards

On-Hold Indefinitely. Likely replaced by GSA OASIS contract adoption.