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CBP currently has the DCH-8 modifications being completed for two (2) proto-typed planes to incorporate various modifications. The modifications are being completed through an Interagency Agreement with the Army and being performed by contractor, Sierra Nevada Corporation. The new requirement will be a follow-on production based contract to reflect all the modifications and updates that are being applied to the prototyped DHC-8s. These modifications consists of installing a new mission management system, new consoles, displays, cameras, and other various modifications.

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Project Number:F2021052881

NCMBC Representative:Donna Warren

Organization:DHS

Sub-Organization:CBP/Air and Marine

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Projected Years:Q4 2021

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Naics:336411

Procurement Method:Unrestricted

Budget:$50M to $100M

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Air and Marine Operations (AMO), core competencies are interdiction, investigation, domain awareness, contingency operations, and national tasking’s. In support of these core competencies, CBP utilizes a wide range of sensors and systems. Domain awareness is a critical contributor to securing the nation’s borders and combating criminal organizations. AMO shares real-time, actionable information by linking a vast network of sensors, sensor-equipped aircraft, and vessels through the Air and Marine Operations Center. This Statement of Work (SOW) defines the technical support services required for sustainment, maintenance, upgrade, modification, and intermediate and/or depot-level repair for various sensors, including: Seavue Radar, APG-66(V)5, AAQ-22 Star Safire II EO/IR, Minotaur Mission System, and TPX-54 IFF. These systems are a key enabler for the missions that CBP’s P-3 Orion, De Havilland Canada DHC-8, General Atomics MQ-9, and Beechcraft 200 LR Multi-role Enforcement Aircraft MEA perform; input to mission personnel includes: radar, infrared optics and cameras, long distance electro-optical systems and selected communications equipment. These sensors must be maintained in a constant state of readiness and repairs must be performed at both the organizational level and the depot-level. Acquisition Strategy: GSA OASIS-Pool 1-Unrestricted

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Project Number:F2021054079

NCMBC Representative:Donna Warren

Organization:DHS

Sub-Organization:CBP/Air and Marine

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Projected Years:Q4 2021

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Naics:541330

Procurement Method:Unrestricted

Budget:$10M to $20M

AMO has a need for aerospace and marine technical engineering and analytical analysis support for the implementation and administration of current and future efforts. Acquisition Strategy is: OASIS/Unrestricted Pool 3

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Project Number:F2021052899

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Projected Years:Q4 2021

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Naics:541330

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$20M to $50M

The purpose of this solicitation is to provide sustainment service for the L88 Radars while increasing efficiency and reducing cost by providing depot level maintenance, repair, and refurbishment activities at either the Tethered Aerostat Radar System (TARS) depot in El Paso, Texas, operating site when the L88 is located and/or Contractor’s facilities. Acquisition Strategy: SB set-aside

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Project Number:F2021053932

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Projected Years:Q3 2022

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Naics:334511

Procurement Method:SB

Budget:$2M to $5M

The UAS hardware procurement requirement includes the replacement of previously-procured unmanned aircraft and system components that have been lost due to mishap and spare parts. The services requirement is to provide program management, engineering, repair and logistics support services for CBP’s current fleet of seven (7) General Atomics – Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) MQ-9 Predator B/Guardian UAS. This is a non-competitive contract action under the authority of FAR 6.302-1(a)(2) – only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements.

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Project Number:F2021052897

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Projected Years:Q4 2021

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Naics:488190

Procurement Method:None

Budget:Over $100M

Description: Riverine Airboats capable of: – Ingress/egress/conduct surface based patrolling, surveillance, and deterrence in restricted waterway environments. – Freely navigate, maneuver and operate within and across restricted waterway environments. This includes tight turns at high speeds, operating in rocky shallow water and deep water. – Transporting Law Enforcement Officers, cargo, equipment, detainees, individuals and towing other vessels. – Daytime only use. ***NOTE: THIS IS A FOLLOW-ON TO PREVIOUSLY RELEASED APFS RECORD (#F2017035771). THIS IS NOT A COMPETITIVE REQUIREMENT. THIS RECORD IS ISSUED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF MODIFYING AN EXISTING IDIQ CONTRACT TO INCREASE THE QUANTITY AND CEILING AMOUNT. A J&A WILL BE POSTED TO BETASAM.GOV TO SUPPORT THIS ACTION.

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Project Number:F2021053048

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Projected Years:Q4 2024

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Naics:336612

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$2M to $5M

This contract will serve to continue the technological upgrades required for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Air and Marine Operations (AMO) to remain relevant with the rapidly improving technological changes in airborne sensors, processing capabilities and sensor data dissemination. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU/APL) has a long history with AMO in providing rapid reaction and prototyping activities that have procured technologies that enhance AMO operational imperatives and existing capabilities for successful mission execution.

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Project Number:F2019048487

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Projected Years:Q4 2025

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Naics:541330

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$10M to $20M

CBP AMO has a requirement to provide Headquarters and field support for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) program. The support consists of acquisition/logistics/engineering support at AMO headquarters, operations support at UAS operating sites, and engineering/network support at the Air/Marine Operations Center and National Marine Center.

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Project Number:F2020049279

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Projected Years:Q3 2021

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Naics:541990

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$20M to $50M

AMO has a need for aerospace and marine technical engineering and analytical analysis support for the implementation and administration of current and future efforts.

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Project Number:F2020050193

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Projected Years:Q3 2021

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Naics:541330

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$20M to $50M

Provide professional expertise necessary to maintain and support a diverse assembly of integrated sensors, air movement data, data processing, video data and telecommunications systems relating to the Air and Marine Operations Surveillance System (AMOSS) and the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems (ISR Systems) that is designated as the Air and Marine Command and Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) systems. The AMOSS and ISR Systems include a mixture of hardware and software applications necessary to operate at peak efficiency, 24 hours/365(366) days a year, to include weekends and holidays. Project Management: Ability to manage, control, and maintain required staffing to support all tasking associated with C4I. Availability to government staff and counterparts. -Telecommunications: Expertise in various means of telecommunications i.e. UHF/VHF Radio controls and systems, Telephone systems digital/analog, Communication Panels, Video Teleconferencing, Wireless Comm, Radio/Landline recording systems, Conference bridges, PA systems, Fiber transport systems, Various office type IT and Communication equipment. -Maintenance: Systems administrative and electronic technician level support 24/7 for all C4I and support equipment and systems. -Technical Documentation and Library Maintenance: Ability to maintain current all AMOSS and ISR Systems related data, publications, and manuals. -Logistical Support: Ability to maintain and track all government assets associated with the C4I, and AMOC IT assets. -Configuration Management: Ability to maintain IT and Communications systems in an approved configuration state. Administrative capability to monitor track change requests initiation through completion. -Expansion and Reconfiguration: Expertise and ability to expand upon or reconfigure as needed for the AMOSS and ISR Systems providing expanded capabilities, support new technologies, address new and compelling requirements, or equipment moves and upgrades

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Project Number:F2020051571

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Projected Years:Q4 2021

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Naics:541511

Procurement Method:None

Budget:$50M to $100M

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