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The following are TRI Austin’s Current Contract Vehicles

SONALYST IAC MAC

TRI Austin is a team member on Sonalyst’s IAC MAC contract.

The mission of the IACs is to collect, analyze, synthesize, produce, and disseminate Scientific and Technical Information (STI) to DoD and Federal government users.  The IACs support efforts in 22 technical focus areas, each of which is associated with a Primary Domain Area.  Table 1 shows the primary domain areas and technical focus areas.  Given this diversity, nearly any project that produces STI can be placed on this vehicle.

Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC)

TRI Austin is a team member on DSIAC’s prime contract, The SURVICE Engineering Company. Since its founding in 1981, the company has continued to expand and enhance its core capabilities of survivability services, complementary homeland security, advanced technologies, environmental, and commercial markets. Using a proven matrix approach that draws upon expertise from across the company’s workforce, SURVICE is able to provide customized work teams and processes to support each project and customer. Focused on providing the Warfighter with the safest, most survivable, and most effective equipment possible. This is a broad scope IDIQ contract accessible by all federal government agencies.

Research Initiatives for Materials State Sensing (RIMSS)II

TRI Austin is a subcontractor to Universal Technology Corporation in Dayton, Ohio.

General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules

The General Services Administration (GSA) is the centralized authority for the GSA Contract and acquisition and management of federal government resources Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program.  It is also known as a Federal Supply Schedule (IDIQ), long term contract under the MAS Program. The purpose of this is to utilize this flexible and streamlined mechanism in order to negotiate more simplified contracts with commercial entities.  The GSA Contract was developed to assist any federal employee in purchasing goods and services, and it contains pre-negotiated prices, delivery terms, warranties, and a host of other terms and conditions.

TRI Austin offers the following GSA Special Item Numbers (SINs) or scope areas: 

Concept Development and Requirements Analysis Services required under this SIN involve abstract or concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for the development of enhancement of high level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission or activity. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to requirements analysis, cost/cost performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, developing and completing fire safety evaluation worksheets as they relate to professional engineering services, regulatory compliance support, technology/system conceptual designs, training, consulting, define interfaces and environments, collision avoidance analysis, perform plume impingement analysis, coupled load analysis, conduct spacecraft / satellite manifesting, and creating interface control documents. Example: The development and analysis of the total mission profile and life cycle of the improved satellite including examination of performance and cost tradeoffs. Professional engineering solutions do not include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2 or construction services as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 and Part 2. 

An implementation guide for Space launch Integration Services (SLIS) can be found at www.gsa.gov/psschedule – click on “Professional Engineering Solutions”. Guide is applicable to SINs 871-2, 871-3, 871-4 and 871-5.

System Design, Engineering and Integration Services required under this SIN involve the translation of a system (or subsystem, program, project, activity) concept into a preliminary and detailed design (engineering plans and specifications), performing risk identification/analysis, mitigation, traceability, and then integrating the various components to produce a working prototype or model of the system. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to computer-aided design, e.g. CADD, design studies and analysis, design review services, shop drawing review services, submittal review services, conducting fire protection facility surveys, developing risk reduction strategies and recommendations to mitigate identified risk conditions, fire modeling, performance-based design reviews, high level detailed specification and scope preparation, configuration, management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, consulting, analysis of single or multi spacecraft missions, and mission design analysis. Example: The navigation satellite concept produced in the preceding stage will be converted to a detailed engineering design package, performance will be computer simulated and a working model will be built for testing and design verification. Professional engineering solutions do not include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2 or construction services as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 and Part 2. 

An implementation guide for Space launch Integration Services (SLIS) can be found at www.gsa.gov/psschedule – click on “Professional Engineering Solutions”. Guide is applicable to SINs 871-2, 871-3, 871-4 and 871-5.

Test and Evaluation Services required under this SIN involve the application of various techniques demonstrating that a system (subsystem, program, project or activity) performs in accordance with the objectives outlined in the original design. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to testing of a prototype, first article(s) testing, environmental testing, performing inspections and witnessing acceptance testing of fire protection and life safety systems as they relate to professional engineering services, independent verification and validation, reverse engineering, simulation and modeling (to test the feasibility of a concept), system, quality assurance, physical testing of the product system, training, consulting, receptions and inspection of Government Furnished Equipment / Satellite, conduct testing and safety audits. Example: The navigation satellite-working model will be subjected to a series of tests, which may simulate and ultimately duplicate its operational environment. Professional engineering solutions do not include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2 or construction services as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 and Part 2. 

An implementation guide for Space launch Integration Services (SLIS) can be found at www.gsa.gov/psschedule – click on “Professional Engineering Solutions”. Guide is applicable to SINs 871-2, 871-3, 871-4 and 871-5.

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Schedule for – Professional Services Schedule (PSS)

Federal Supply Group: 00CORP
Class Contract Number: 47QRAA19D0056
Contract Number: 47QRAA19D0056 “
Contract Period: March 1, 2019 – February 29, 2024

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