netcents2  MC-130J Commando IIs conduct low-level formation training  netcentsii
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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
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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
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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

All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘EISM’

  • AFITC Briefing focuses on NETCENTSII Mandatory Use Policy

    For NC2 devotees there was no new information provided by Stephen Davis and Ardis Hearn at the NETCENTSII briefing held at AFITC this week in Montgomery. The presentation was clearly aimed at Air Force users, not industry, in focusing on the Mandatory Use Policy, its rationale, governance, and waiver process might be used. Stephen Davis is the Chief, Enterprise Systems Branch, AFPEO-EIS, and Ardis Hearn is the Chief Engineer, NETCENTSII, Enterprise Services Division. The Mandatory Use Policy was signed out in May (2011) by SAF/A6 and SAF/AQ.

    In a departure from previous AFITC briefings, Mr. Davis took questions from the packed session from both industry and NC-2 Users. A question was asked about the postponement of the NETCENTSII ITPS contract competition which was answered as a resource availability issue, not a change in the requirement or commitment for the ITPS contract competition. An Air Force user brought up a problem he encountered on the awarded EISM contract in pursuing a Waiver whose delay resulted in lost funding. A question was asked about how the NETOPS contract Task Orders would be assigned to either the Unrestricted or Small Business Companion contract given that the RFP requirements were identical; would there be a DELEX Decision/Rule of Two type determination made centrally? Mr. Davis answered by saying the Contracting Officer at origin would make that determination. Ardis Hearn added that the two efforts were not identical as the Unrestricted competition required a “CMMI or ISO Qualification.” (ED: The Small Business Companion RFP also required CMMI or ISO qualiifications to bid.)

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  • NETCENTSII EISM Awards Announced

    The contracts for the Network-Centric Solutions II (NETCENTSII) Enterprise Integration and Service Management (EISM), Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) category have been awarded on 30 November 2010. This acquisition will provide users with services to enable 1) enterprise integration, and 2) service management support for both infrastructure and mission capabilities. This will include services to integrate capabilities within a domain and between domains within the enterprise.

    • Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
    • CACI Enterprise Solutions, Inc.
    • Deloitte Consulting LLP
    • Dynamics Research Corporation
    • Science Applications International Corporation
    • TechTeam Government Solutions, Inc. (now known as JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC)

    This is a multiple award IDIQ with a ceiling of $460 Million.

  • “Merry Christmas And Happy New Year to Industry”
    NETCENTSII’s First RFPs to be Released after January 4th

    NETCENTSII Contracting Officer, Francine Nix, update posted Friday, Dec 18th, to HERBB states the Netcentric Products and Enterprise Integration and Service Management (EISM) RFPs will be released after 4 Jan 10. The NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions and Application Services RFP releases will follow as soon as possible. Additional important changes announced were:

    • A new Cost-Reimbursable Sample Task Order has been developed for the Application Services full and open RFP and the Application Services small business companion RFP. (The sample task order is the same for both RFPs.)
    • A new Cost-Reimbursable Sample Task Order has been developed for the EISM RFP.
    • Section M of the Past Performance volume, paragraph 3.5, Relevancy, language pertaining to OCONUS and CONUS was clarified.
    • Offeror’s are required to submit maximum labor hour rates for Network Operations (NetOps) and Infrastructure Solutions, Application Services, and EISM.
    • Clarifying language for teaming arrangements provided

    Original link to HERBB article has been retired.

  • “OOPS, They Slid it Again …”

    The Maxwell-Gunter Annex located NETCENTSII Contracting Office released an update late Monday stating the first RFP releases will be delayed, again. The release identified the Netcentric Products and Enterprise Integration and Service Management (EISM) as being the first RFPs to be released. They are now “rephased” to December 2009. This means the primes for the other six categories can breathe a bit easier over the Holidays as those RFPs release won’t come until late January 2010.

    Original link to HERBB article has been retired.

  • Let the games begin: NETCENTS-2 MIRT/OSD PEER Reviews COMPLETE

    NETCENTS-2 Contracting Officer, Francine Nix, update states the Air Force Multi-functional Independent Review (MIRT) and OSD Peer Reviews were completed in October, as planned, for Products, NETOPS Infrastructure Solutions, Application Services, and Enterprise Integration and Service Management (EISM) categories with a team currently incorporating comments from those reviews and Business Clearance.

    Additionally, comments on the latest NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions Section C, H, L, and M are generally answered with a few remaining questions being reviewed. Responses are anticipated to be released in the next few weeks with RFPs anticipated to be released starting November 2009. It is generally believed the Products and Applications Services RFPs will be released first, followed by NETOPS and EISM a month later. If you follow INPUT’s predictions, they continue to hold to their estimate that December 2009 is the more likely release timeframe.

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