U.S. Joint Forces Command Taps Lockheed Martin for IT Services
According to the U.S. Joint Forces Command, the base-period ceiling of the contract is valued at $35.3 million and the total estimated value of the contract, if all options are exercised, is estimated to be more than $186 million over a five-year period.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, under which task orders will be issued, consists of a one-year base period and four additional one-year option periods. The contract’s base performance period runs from Oct. 5, 2007, through Oct. 4, 2008.
Among other things, the contract will support many of the command’s basic day-to-day information systems needs, including:
- Network operations and systems support.
- Customer training and support.
- Video teleconferencing support.
- Database development and administration support.
“We are very excited to have been chosen for this contract and look forward to a great working relationship with the Joint Forces Command,” said Steve Lubniewski, president of Lockheed Martin’s Enterprise Solutions & Services company. “We have committed to bring the best possible IT solutions in support of the command, ensuring effectiveness and efficiencies across all facets of our contract work.”
The Philadelphia Office of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk’s Contracting Department produced the contract. According to the U.S. Joint Forces Command, the command followed open-competition procedures and considered six proposals.