The US Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded a prime position to Colorado Springs-based small business contractor Apogee Engineering.
The prime contract is a follow-on to General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB), Pool 3.
The US Army Space and Missile Defense Command / Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC) announced in May about the potential transition of all Space and Missile Defense Advisory and Assistance Services (SMDA2S) to the GSA OASIS contracts.
This contract will expand Apogee’s Space and Missile Defense services across the DoD.
Apogee Program Operations vice-president Frank Varga said: “Apogee’s expansion to OASIS Pool 3 was a targeted growth activity to deliver our weapons systems engineering solutions to organisations such as US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC).
“Founded in Colorado Springs in 2004, Apogee is a proven and secure small business prime. Our team stands ready to serve the army’s next-generation modernisation of air and missile defence forces and evolving to multi-domain operations.”
Under the multi-billion dollar contract, the company will compete for task orders related to OASIS SB Pool 3 engineering services for DoD weapon systems.
Apogee will be able to bid for professional services task orders that have a total maximum value of more than $150m.
The company noted that the task orders will be available for re-competition from next year.
Apogee capture director David Hutchison said: “Apogee has been designing our USASMDC solutions from the ground up based on the government’s 2020 requirements and user needs.
“We are partnering to delivery client support teams focused on innovation, accountability, and excellence. Our customers deserve solutions that improve programmes and protect end-users. Apogee is positioned well for USASMDC delivery given our corporate strength and past performance history.”
The company, which is already a contract holder of OASIS SB Pool 1, has secured more than 30 task orders worth over $310m.