Delta Solutions and Strategies
A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business


Our Contracts

    PRIME CONTRACT

  • General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB) (OASIS SB Pool 4)

    Contract Number: GS00Q14OADS408

    What is OASIS?

    • One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services;
    • Government-wide, multiple-award contracts; and;
    • Complex, integrated professional services for total solutions to agency needs:
      • Engineering (Non-Brooks Act);
      • Scientific Services;
      • Financial Services;
      • Logistics;
      • Program Management; and
      • Management Consulting.

    Two ways to access OASIS:

    • Direct Acquisition: GSA issues a Delegation of Procurement Authority to the customer agency Ordering Contracting Officer (OCO) who performs the acquisition; or
    • Assisted Acquisition: GSA performs the acquisition on behalf of the customer agency and provides post-award support, as negotiated with the customer. An Inter-Agency Agreement is required.
  • General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 (IT70)

    Contract Number: GS-35F-277CA

    IT Schedule 70 offers federal, state and local governments innovative solutions to their information technology needs. We understand that the procurement process can be daunting, so we work diligently to streamline the process and maximize results.

    Below are IT Schedule 70’s Solutions and Special Item Numbers (SINs) categorized based on government mandates, industry evolution, and buying trends that we have identified.

    All of the items below are available to state, local, and tribal governments through the Cooperative Purchasing Program.

    • Cloud IT Services
    • Computer and Networking Hardware
    • Cyber Security
    • Data Center and Storage
    • IT Mandates and Initiatives
    • Satellite Services
    • SmartBuy: Commercial Software Solutions
    • Software and Applications
    • Sustainability
    • Systems Life Cycles Integration
    • Telecommunications, Wireless, and Mobility
    • Telepresence
  • United States Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS) (AMCOM EXPRESS) Business & Analytical (B&A)

    Contract Number: W31P4Q-09-A-0007

    US Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command, U.S. Army Program Executive Offices (PEOs), U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC), U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) and other customers

    Business and/or analytical related support, advice, data collection, assessments, facilitation and training services. Services may include support of strategic planning, communication, conferences, business management, process improvement, financial management, property management, human capital management, and organizational development initiatives.

  • SeaPort-e

    Contract Number: N00178-12-D-6842

    SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management.  The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, Military Sealift Command, and the United States Marine Corps compete their service requirements amongst 2400+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders.  The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from amongst the diverse population of large and small businesses and their approved team members.  All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform.  Since nearly 85% of its contract–holders are small businesses, the SeaPort-e approach to acquiring services provides opportunity that fuels the Nation’s engine of job growth.

    Please see our Seaport-E page

  • Advisory and Assistance Services for United States Strategic Command Systems and Missions Support III (USAMS III)

    Joint Venture Managing Member

    Contract Number: FA4600-15-D-9003

    United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM)

    USAMS III, Advisory and Assistance on Management and Professional Support Services, Studies, Analysis, and Evaluations, and Engineering/Technical Services in support of all USSTRATCOM missions to include organization policy development, management and administration, program support, project mana

  • Electronic FAA Accelerated and Simplified Tasks Master Ordering Agreement (eFAST)

    Contract Number: DTFAWA13A-00115

    Federal Aviation Administration and Other Government Agencies

    The Electronic Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Accelerated and Simplified Tasks (eFAST) is the FAA’s preferred contracting vehicle for small business contracts. eFAST streamlines the procurement process for all stakeholders using a web-based acquisition tool and automated workflows compliant with applicable FAA standards. eFAST supports the following contract types: Firm-Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursable, Time and Materials, Labor Hour and others as appropriate.

  • IT Telecommunications Operations and Maintenance Services (Souda Bay)

    Contract Number: GS-35F-277CA

    Delta Solutions & Strategies currently supports NCTAMS LANT by providing telecommunications operations and maintenance (O&M) services at NCTAMS LANT Det Souda Bay, AAMDF NSF Deveselu Romania, VoIP O&M services for AAMDF NSF Deveselu Romania, and TNOSC NCTS Naples.

    This includes: secure and reliable, classified and unclassified, voice and data, and messaging services for outside plant, inside plant, tech control facility and VoIP in support of Command, Control, Computer, Communications and Information (C4I), and Electronic Keying Material services (EKMS) for real-world operations and exercises.

  • Technical Order Library and Maintenance Data Support (TOLMDS)

    Contract Number: FA4613-14-C-1005

    Delta Solutions & Strategies helps provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, management, supplies and services necessary to perform Technical Order (TO) Library and Maintenance Data Support (TOLMDS) activities at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming; Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota; and Vandenberg AFB, California.

  • High Frequency Global Communication System Puerto Rico Station (HFGCS)

    Contract Number: FA4890-16-C-0017

    The United States Air Force (USAF) Air Combat Command (ACC) HFGCS Puerto Rico Station (PRS) is one of thirteen worldwide radio stations that make up the USAF’s and DoD’s world- wide high powered, high frequency Command and Control (C2) network. Services provided through voice and data connectivity include C2 mission following, Nuclear Command and Control Communications (NC3) support, Aircraft Advisory broadcasts, Automatic Link Establishment (ALE), and HF Email connectivity. The PRS consists of a transmitter, receiver/control site and antenna farms that are remotely controlled and operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by radio operators from two net control stations (NCS) located at Andrews AFB, MD and Grand Forks AFB, ND.

    The primary objective of this contract is to provide a high level of organizational maintenance support for the High Frequency Global Communication System – Puerto Rico Station (HFGCS- PRS), which encompasses sites at Salinas and Isabela, Puerto Rico. The USAF ACC HFGCS- PRS mission provides: primary command and control for mobility air forces voice and data; Presidential and executive DOD support; dissemination of Emergency War Order message traffic; Spanish speaking network between US, Southern, and Central American Air Forces; Global Humanitarian/NATO Mission support; and High Frequency Secure Email to the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) fleet.

  • Operation & Maintenance of Naval Radio Transmitter Facility at Dixon California (Dixon NRTF)

    Contract Number: N00604-16-C-3000

    The Naval Radio Transmitter Facility (NRTF) Dixon is subordinate to NCTS San Diego and is located 5 miles southeast of the City of Dixon, CA, approximately 65 miles northeast of San Francisco, CA. The site is on a 1,285-acre tract of land in the Sacramento Valley. It is the primary Navy High Frequency Global Communications System (HFGCS) transmitter facility for the West Coast. All surrounding property is currently zoned for exclusive agricultural use. Antenna fields occupy a major portion of the land at NRTF Dixon.
    This includes twenty four (24) HFGCS) transmitters, two (2) AN/FRT-72C Low Frequency (LF) transmitters, , and two (2) 600-foot tall Low Frequency (LF) antennas. The major structures include the transmitter (Building 10), two Helix Houses (Buildings 30 and 36), Emergency Power Plant and electrical power switchgear (Building 52), generator enclosure (Buildings 53 and 54), and electrical power sub- stations. Admin (Building No 51), warehouse (Building No 46), antenna maintenance (Building No 28), Potable water system and well pump house (Building 06), and potable water tanks (Building 13, 20, 22 and 23).

    The contract includes the operation and maintenance of 24 SCOPE/ HFGCS transmitters, two standby AN/FRT-72C LF transmitters, two 600 foot -tall LF antennas , High Frequency (HF) antennas, supporting structures, emergency power, ancillary equipment, facilities, inner compound security fencing and grounds maintenance.

    In addition, the LF portion of the site is utilized as a test site for High Voltage tests after normal duty hours.

  • Integrated Tactical Waring/Attack Assessment Simulation Support (ITW/AA)

    Contract Number: FA4600-16-C-0011

    Delta Solutions & Strategies currently provides technical engineering support and exercise simulation generation support for the Modeling and Simulations Operations Branch (1751) of the Joint Exercise & Training Directorate (J7) of Headquarters United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). Additionally, we shall provide technical engineering support and exercise scenario generation support for the Modeling and Simulation Branch (J742) of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and US Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) (N-NC) J7. Places of performance include: USSTRATCOM, Offutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, Nebraska and NORAD-USNORTHCOM/J7, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  • SUBCONTRACT

  • Technical Advisory Assistance Services (TA2S)

    Subcontractor to INTECON

    United States Air Force NORAD-US NORTHCOM

    NORAD/NORTHCOM Advisory and Assistance Services (TA2S) is a non-personal Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) and Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) contract supporting Headquarters, NORAD-USNORTHERN COMMAND (HQ N-NC), Peterson AFB, Colorado.

  • National Security Space Institute (NSSI)

    Subcontractor to Sigmatech

    United States Air Force Air Education & Training Command

    Providing the responsive and credentialing Space Professional Continuing Education component of the DoD’s Space Professional Development Program.

  • Pacific Command (PACOM)

    United States Pacific Command

    This Multiple-Award Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) provides critical analysis and assessment support of current and future USPACOM operations. Pacific Command is required to assess and analyze plans, procedures and processes to effectively support the readiness and training for USPACOM operational war fighting organizations to support mission readiness activities and mission rehearsals. The BPA offers a full range of services and solutions necessary to satisfy USPACOM mission readiness goals. This includes, but is not limited to the following: end-to-end solutions to satisfy development, deployment, operation, maintenance and sustainment requirements, support to analyze requirements, and development and assistance in implementing recommended solutions

  • United States Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS) (AMCOM EXPRESS) Business & Analytical (B&A), Logistics, Technical & Programmatic Domains

    Contract Number: W31P4Q-09-A-0007

    US Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command, U.S. Army Program Executive Offices (PEOs), U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC), U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) and other customers

    Business and/or analytical related support, advice, data collection, assessments, facilitation and training services. Services may include support of strategic planning, communication, conferences, business management, process improvement, financial management, property management, human capital management, and organizational development initiatives.

    BPA Numbers, Domains and Primes:

    W31P4Q-16-A-0005, Technical, Subcontractor to Booz Allen Hamilton

    W31P4Q-14-A-0024, B&A, Subcontractor to Canvas Management Associates

    W31P4Q-14-A-0023, Technical, Subcontractor to CAS, Inc.

    W31P4Q-15-A-0030, Programmatic, Subcontractor to CAS, Inc.

    W31P4Q-14-A-0024, Technical, Subcontractor to COLSA

    W31P4Q-09-A-0015, Technical, Subcontractor to DCS Corps

    W31P4Q-09-A-0012, Programmatic, Subcontractor to DigiFlight

    W31P4Q-09-A-0009, Logistics, Subcontractor to ELEIT

    W31P4Q-09-A-0011, Logistics, Subcontractor to Millennium System Services, Inc. (MSSI)

    W31P4Q-09-A-0008, B&A, Subcontractor to Quantitech

    W31P4Q-09-A-0008, Programmatic, Subcontractor to Quantitech

    W31P4Q-09-A-0017, Technical, Subcontractor to Quantum

    W31P4Q-14-A-0015, B&A, Subcontractor to Systems Dynamics International, Inc.

    W31P4Q-16-A-0014, Programmatic, Subcontractor to Sigmatech

    W31P4Q-09-A-0020 W31P4Q-14-A-0028, Technical, Subcontractor to Sigmatech

    W31P4Q-16-A-0015, Programmatic, Subcontractor to Trident Technologies

    W31P4Q-14-A-0016, B&A, Subcontractor to Total Computer Solutions, Inc. (TCSI)

    W31P4Q-09-A-0014, Programmatic, Subcontractor to Total Computer Solutions, Inc. (TCSI)

    W31P4Q-05-A-0020, Logistics, Subcontractor to VT Aepco

  • Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Homeland Defense (HD) and Security Technical Area Tasks (TATs) (HD TAT)

    Subcontractor to Scitor

    Defense Technical Information Center, Homeland Defense and Other Government Agencies

    HD TAT is a five-year $900 million indefinite delivery, indefinite-quantity multiple award contract vehicle that offers expert research and analysis in the technical areas of homeland security and defense; Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP); Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD); Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) defense; biometrics; medical; cultural studies; and alternative energy.

  • On-Site Operations, Maintenance & Sustainment II (OM&S II) Task Order (TO) Camp Parks Communications Annex (CPCA) (Camp Parks)

    Subcontractor to Harris

     

    Department of Defense (DoD) and other Customers are provided with communications capabilities, including access to both intra-site links and DoD Space-to-Ground Link System (SGLS) protocol specifications and capabilities as defined in SIS-000502. Also provided are secure links for data, voice, and facsimile transmissions and reception.

    The CPCA mission is to manage all site-associated ground systems in support of its activities involving radiometry and telemetry and to generate, manage, and execute modifications to this equipment to meet new and evolving mission requirements. CPCA is located on 11 acres of the Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area (RFTA) in Dublin, California (see Figure 1-1.) It is the only facility of its kind that can provide on-orbit testing in support of U.S. wideband satellite programs. The contractor shall be responsible to ensure CPCA readiness to support mission(s) and operate site equipment.

  • Space and Missile Defense Support for Naval Network Warfare Command (NNWC)

    Subcontractor to Apogee Engineering

    Naval Network Warfare Command’s (NNWC) mission is to execute tactical-level command and control of Navy Networks, leverage Joint Space capabilities for Navy and Joint Operations, operate the Navy’s networks to achieve effective command and control through optimal alignment, common architecture, mature processes and functions, and standard terminology, enhance network security posture and improve IT services through standardized enterprise-level management, network information assurance compliance, enterprise management, and root cause and trend analysis and deliver enhanced space products to operating forces by leveraging DoD, National, commercial and international space capabilities and serve as the Navy’s commercial satellite operations manager.

    Work under this contract will consist of the effort required to provide Space Operations and Missile Warning systems technical and Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support for NAVNETWARCOM, NAVCYBERFOR and/or OPNAV N2N6. SME’s will be located at NAVNETWARCOM Space Operations in Virginia Beach, VA and 527th Space Aggressor Squadron (SAS) in Colorado Springs, CO.

  • 527th Space Aggressor Squadron Support Services (Space Aggressor)

    Subcontractor to Apogee

    The 527th Space Aggressor Squadron (527 SAS) mission is to prepare Joint Forces and Coalition Partners to fight in and through contested space environments by analyzing, teaching, and replicating realistic, relevant, and integrated space threats. As such, the Government requires a technical contractor possessing considerable depth in providing Electronic Attack (EA) equipment, sustainment, support, and services to the Government relevant to United States (US) and foreign space and space control systems. Primarily, the Space Aggressors are charged with providing instruction and creating threat representative training and exercise environments to our Combat Air Force (CAF) by employing live and virtual space threat systems that are representative of our adversary’s use of space and space control capabilities. The Space Aggressors deploy personnel and gear to various locations throughout the world In Order To (IOT) present adversary space and counter space effects. These effects include the four (4) live mission sets of the Space Aggressors, namely: 1-Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Jamming, 2-Adversary SATCOM Network (ASN), and 3-Global Positioning System (GPS) Jamming, and 4-Co-orbital Anti- Satellite ASAT maneuvering.

    Contract support shall include services in five (5) main areas: 1-Exercise support, 2- System support, development, testing and maintenance, 3-Intelligence product generation, 4- Education, Training, Evaluating and Certification of Space Aggressors; and 5-Planning for exercises. The scope of this contract will include services in each of these areas as the Aggressors conduct operations in support of (ISO) various Air Force (AF), Joint and Coalition exercises each year.

  • Secretary of the Air Force Technical & Analytical Support (SAFTAS II)

    Subcontractor to PE Systems

    This contract supports the SAF/AQ organization, the RCO, other PEOs as directed, and other Headquarters Air Force organizations where it is in the interest of the SAF/AQ to have an acquisition support presence within that organization. The objective is to provide specialized expertise to complement the organization’s inherent resources for effective and efficient mission accomplishment and continuity, introduction of innovation, and enhancement of technical competence. The contractor shall support the entire spectrum of acquisition and sustainment efforts as necessary to support the respective Government organizations. This support shall include, but not be limited to, providing expertise across the full spectrum of SAF/AQ oversight of aircraft and space systems RDT&E and acquisition activities.

  • Advanced Space Operations School Instructors, Information Technology, and Security Support (ASOpS)

    Subcontractor to ALEUT Aerospace Engineering

    ASOpS operates from the Moorman Space Education and Training Center (SETC) on Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. The ASOpS expands space system understanding by providing world-class, in-depth instruction of space systems, capabilities, requirements, acquisition, strategies and policies to support Joint military operations and U.S. National Security. The mission of ASOpS is to provide responsive training in support of tactical, operational, and strategic joint and coalition space operations. Annually, ASOpS educates more than 1600 students from all branches of the United States military, other Government departments, and select allied nations.

    ASOpS requires the Contractor to accomplish specific tasks, including (but not limited to) courseware development (in accordance with (IAW) established Instructional System Design (ISD) guidance and practices), course instruction, Distance Learning (DL) support, web development/support, end-of-course after action reports, course registration, course accreditation, information technology (IT) and database services for ASOpS personnel (Government and Contractors), security support, and information assurance support. Courses occur year-round with a consistently high operational tempo.

  • Instructor and Support Services Bridge Contract for National Security Space Institute Training Program (NSSI)

    Subcontractor to Sigmatech

    The National Security Space Institute (NSSI) emerged from the 2004 National Defense Authorization Act; Title 10 USC 2271 Sec. 547 Space Personnel Career Fields. This public law directed the Secretary of Defense to develop a strategy for the DoD that would promote the development of space personnel career fields within each of the military department and ensure they integrate with each other to the maximum extent practicable. The NSSI was established to fulfill this national security need.

    Delta provide instructors to the NSSI who develop national security space professionals who can acquire capabilities, operate systems, analyze information, and succeed in a congested, contested, and competitive environment.

  • Design, Development, Demonstration, and Integration Domain 1; Space, High Altitude, and Missile Defense/Ground Systems (D3I Domain 1)

    Subcontractor to SAIC

    USASMDC/ARSTRAT conducts space and missile defense operations and provides planning, integration, control and coordination of Army forces and capabilities in support of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) missions (strategic deterrence, integrated missile defense, space operations and cyberspace operations); serves as the specified proponent for space, high altitude and ground-based midcourse defense; serves as the Army operational integrator for global missile defense; and conducts mission-related research and development in support of Army Title 10 responsibilities.In support of the D3I Domain 1 goals and objectives, the Government issues individual Task Orders (TOs) related to the following technical support areas including both hardware and software associated with hardware development or physics based modeling and simulation:

    • Space/ High Altitude
      • Platforms
      • Airships
      • Sensors
      • Communication Networks
      • Ground Stations
      • Payloads
      • Delivery Systems
      • Space Control (to include, but not limited to, Offensive Counter Space)
      • Electronic Warfare
      • Nuclear Effects, and ground and space based surveillance
      • C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance)
    • Missile Defense/Ground Systems
      • Fire Control
      • Radars/Sensors
      • Battle Management Control
      • Communications
      • Platforms
      • Seekers
      • Missiles
      • Cruise Missiles
      • High Energy Laser/High Power Microwave Systems and Large Subassemblies (to include, but not limited to, Laser, Beam Director, Power, Thermal Management)
      • Kill Vehicles
      • Kill Enhancements
      • Telemetry
      • Lethality
      • C4ISR
      • Survivability
      • Kill Assessment
      • Delivery Systems
      • Rockets and Re-entry Vehicles (to include, but not limited to, Multiple Fidelity Targets)
      • Rocket Motors
      • Countermeasures
      • Flight Termination
      • Nuclear Effects (to include, but not limited to, Devices, Nuclear Monitoring, Nuclear Effects Catalog/ Environments)
  • Design, Development, Demonstration, and Integration Domain 2; Information Integration and Data Exploitation (D3I Domain 2)

    Subcontractor to Torch Technologies

    USASMDC/ARSTRAT conducts space and missile defense operations and provides planning, integration, control and coordination of Army forces and capabilities in support of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) missions (strategic deterrence, integrated missile defense, space operations and cyberspace operations); serves as the specified proponent for space, high altitude and ground-based midcourse defense; serves as the Army operational integrator for global missile defense; and conducts mission-related research and development in support of Army Title 10 responsibilities.

    In support of the D3I Domain 2 goals and objectives, the Government may issue individual Task Orders (TOs) related to the following technical support areas including both hardware and software associated with hardware development or physics based modeling and simulation:

     

    • Information Integration and Data Exploitation:
    • C4ISR
    • Cyberspace
    • Data Fusion
    • Net Centric
    • Data Exploitation
  • Design, Development, Demonstration, and Integration Domain 3; Enhanced Warfighter Capabilities (D3I Domain 3)

    Subcontractor to

     USASMDC/ARSTRAT conducts space and missile defense operations and provides planning, integration, control and coordination of Army forces and capabilities in support of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) missions (strategic deterrence, integrated missile defense, space operations and cyberspace operations); serves as the specified proponent for space, high altitude and ground-based midcourse defense; serves as the Army operational integrator for global missile defense; and conducts mission-related research and development in support of Army Title 10 responsibilities.

    In support of the D3I Domain 3 goals and objectives, the Government issues individual Task Orders (TOs) related to the following technical support areas including both hardware and software associated with hardware development or physics based modeling and simulation:

            Enhanced Warfighter Capabilities:

    • Detection Devices (for example, but not limited to, biological/chemical detection, power fluctuation; RFI Detection; sensor subcomponents);
    • Counter IED technology
    • Directed Energy Components (for example, but not be limited to, lasers, beam controllers, illuminators, high powered microwave, pulsed power);
    • Advanced Component Technology Development for High Energy Lasers/High Power Microwave Systems
    • Electronic Warfare, (for example, but not limited to signal generation, information operations, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, electro-optics, radar threat simulation, jammers);
    • Electronic Effects (for example, but not limited to devices to measure EMI/EMR effects and conduct MIL-STD-464B testing)
    • Counter Electronics (for example, but not limited to use of RF sources to test electronic burnout or electromagnetic interference of laptop computers)
    • Advanced Materials and Techniques
    • Energy Devices (to include, but not limited to batteries, energy conservation, micro-electromagnetic sensors)
    • Other novel hardware