Contracts Available for Government Use in Acquiring Quanterion Services
For government customers who want to use Quanterion’s services,
we currently have three convenient Contract Vehicles that have already
been competed and awarded that have Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)
provisions that allow the addition of new customer funded work:
Quanterion is the operator of the DoD's CSIAC, one of eight IACs sponsored by DTIC,
performs the Basic Center of Operations (BCO) functions necessary to fulfill
the mission and objectives applicable to the DoD Research Development
Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Acquisition communities' needs for
Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Knowledge Management and Information Sharing,
Software Intensive Systems Engineering, and Modeling & Simulation.
More information on the CSIAC contract
Quanterion is a prime contractor for the Navy Enhanced SeaPort
(SeaPort-e) contract. Under the SeaPort-e concept, awardees are qualified
in a variety of functional performance areas for a set of geographical
areas within the United States. Quanterion is qualified for the Northeast,
Capital Region, Gulf Coast and Midwest.
More information on the SeaPort-e contract
Quanterion is a subcontractor for this Center, which is one of
ten Department of Defense (DoD) Information Analysis Centers (IACs)
administered by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).
While the RIAC is chartered by the DoD, work can be done for non-DoD government organizations as well as industry customers.
The broad technical scope of the RIAC includes reliability, maintainability, quality,
supportability, interoperability and related disciplines. Tasks can usually be awarded in less than four weeks.
More information on the RIAC contract