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Air Force Seeks Information on Modeling, Software, Engineering Support II Provider

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Air Force Seeks Information on Modeling, Software, Engineering Support II Provider

The U.S. Air Force is seeking to identify contractors capable of providing modeling, software and engineering support II services to the Air Force Technical Application Center.

In a source-sought notice issued on Saturday, the Air Force said it is looking for a wide range of services, including operations and maintenance support, research and development and onsite technical support.

The government intends to issue an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a performance period of seven years, to be performed at AFTAC headquarters at Patrick Space Force Base in Florida, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov.

The notice is part of an ongoing effort at the service branch to modernize its infrastructure and operations. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall, a 2024 Wash100 winner, is playing a significant role in the initiative, advocating for the integration of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies into the military branch.

A data modernization effort is an example of what Kendall champions. In March, Aaron Bishop, the chief information security officer at the Department of the Air Force and a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker, discussed the service’s approach to data modernization given its complex size and unique needs.

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