The Army consolidated several of its more popular IDIQ contracts into one mega-contract, Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services, known as RS3. It has a $34.5 billion ceiling and so far it is held by 16 large businesses and 39 small businesses, but more awards are coming later this year in Phase 2.
In this hour-long webcast, we’ll take a deep dive into this vehicle, which is being used to buy a wide range support services related to command and control systems, computers, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, commonly grouped together as C4ISR.
We’ll address questions such as:
- Who is using the contract and how is it being used?
- What types of services are being acquired?
- What is the status of the Phase 2 awards?
- How is the customer benefiting from the contract?
- What’s next?
Army Col. Thomas W. Stocks who is the branch chief overseeing RS3.
He also managed Rapid Response-3rd Generation (R2-3G) that was consolidated into RS3.