Navy seeks new C4 support for Pacific Command

The Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center is planning a five-year contract for command, control, communications and cyber support.

The Navy’s U.S. Pacific Command near Pearl Harbor wants command, control, communication and cyber (C4) support across a range of mission areas, from contract management to cybersecurity.

In a sources sought notice, the Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center in Hawaii is considering a contract to provide a broad range of IT services, including:

  • Contract management
  • Information system management
  • IT services
  • Information system administration
  • Knowledge, information and application services
  • Cybersecurity and information assurance services
  • Information system support
  • IT service management
  • C4 capabilities to support the USPACOM mission.

USPACOM is looking for contractors with established indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contracts or IT-centric governmentwide acquisition services (GWACs) contracts. It is also searching for potential small businesses in a variety of socio-economic categories that can handle the work.

USPACOM anticipates a five-year contract.

The USPACOM C4 Directorate integrates and synchronizes cyberspace operations to provide assured theater command and control and information-sharing with joint, coalition, partner forces and organizations.

The sources sought notice was released Nov. 27. Responses are due by Dec. 11.

This article was first posted to Washington Technology, a sibling site to Defense Systems.