Tribalco, LLC, a global provider of information technology services, critical communications solutions, and warfighter survival systems, has been awarded a small business position on the U.S. Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) IDIQ contract. As a prime contract holder on this vehicle, Tribalco will support the Army’s Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) mission through (a) engineering, (b) research, development, test and evaluation, (c) logistics, (d) acquisition and strategic planning, and (e) education and training services.
This is the second phase of awards under the RS3 contract, which consolidated five large IDIQ contracts: Rapid Response-Third Generation; Warrior Enabling Broad Sensor; Technical Information Engineering Services; Strategic Services Sourcing; and Technical, Administrative, Operations Support Services. The goal in consolidating the above contracts was to create an IDIQ vehicle with a dedicated team that could decentralize ordering and streamline the award process under a competitive-fee structure. RS3 has a $37.4B ceiling with a five-year base ordering period and a five-year optional ordering period.
“We are proud to have the opportunity to expand our C4ISR footprint as prime on the RS3 contract,” said Tribalco’s Chief Executive Officer Kevin Moss, “The U.S. Army is one of Tribalco’s long-term customers, and we are honored to have been selected to continue to provide the Army with quality service across their complex C4ISR initiatives.”
Tribalco supports a diverse customer base of defense, civilian government, and commercial customers throughout the world. In addition to RS3, Tribalco’s holds a number of premier contract vehicles, including NASA SEWP V, GSA Alliant, and U.S. Navy SeaPort Next Generation.