Army Test and Evaluation
ACC Seeks Integrated Mission Management System for Test and Evaluation Projects
The Army Contracting Command is soliciting an integrated mission management system for the Army Test and Evaluation Command.
The system, dubbed AIMMS, is envisioned as a cloud-based enterprise software solution that can improve ATEC’s management of test and evaluation projects, results data and reports. Ideally, the solution must have capabilities for project management, content management, workflow management, application integration and business intelligence/data analytics.
AIMMS will serve as a replacement for obsolete, siloed, legacy information systems, according to a solicitation posted on SAM .gov.
ACC is interested in prototypes of commercially available software solutions, including low-code/no-code solutions, that can be cleared for use in classified and controlled unclassified environments.
The resulting contract from the solicitation will be made via an other transaction agreement. More than one OTA award may be issued.
Interested parties will undergo a six-stage acquisition process.
The first three stages will require companies to send white papers, conduct oral presentations and submit prototype proposals.
Stage 4 marks the beginning of a six-month prototype phase, during which companies will receive a prototype agreement award. The prototypes will be further developed in the following stages, with a potential follow-on production agreement award waiting in stage 6.
The winning contractor will be required to comply with Section 889 of the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019.
Category: Digital Modernization
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