The U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) has a continuing need for defense Critical Infrastructure Program (CIP) services.
TRANSCOM is awarding additional option periods on the existing Task Order to span the gap between the current contract ending 28 February 2015 and implementation of the new Under Secretary of Defense Policy (USD(P)) Mission Assurance policy, expected to be released sometime during the second or third quarter of FY15.
Defense Critical Infrastructure Program (DCIP) under the Mission Assurance Strategy will expand to synchronize current responsibilities with the Antiterrorism; Cyber Security; Information Security; Physical Security; COOP; and CBRNE Programs.
USTRANSCOM requires continued support of the Critical Infrastructure Program (CIP) from SRA International, Inc. (SRA). The purpose of CIP is to identify and assure the availability of all physical and cyber assets deemed critical to DoD mission accomplishment.
USTRANSCOM CIP provides recommendations to assure availability of worldwide critical physical and cyber transportation-related infrastructures, to include aviation, highway, rail, maritime, and pipeline, transportation-related infrastructures that support DoD contingency, wartime, and peacetime requirements. This responsibility includes the research, analysis, policy and operational development necessary to execute a robust CIP as a means to ensure the availability of strategic transportation capabilities on a global scale.
Two additional six-month option periods will be added to the current contract.
Further details are available via Solicitation Number: HTC711-12-F-D010.