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Three DOT Contracts Expected to Drop by the End of the Year

We are tracking three Department of Transportation (DOT) contracts expected to drop by the end of the year: Monitoring and Technical Assistance Support (MTAS); Communications and Operations Research Analysis Support Services (CORA); and Enroute Technical Assistance Support Services (ETASS). Are you considering going after any of these DOT opportunities? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before you make a bid decision.

Department of Transportation
DOT Contract #1: Monitoring and Technical Assistance Support (MTAS)

Agency: Department of Transportation
Expected Release Date: November 2018 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: To Be Determined
Competition Type: Full and Open | Unrestricted
Summary of Requirements: The Department of Transportation (DOT), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center) has a requirement for Monitoring and Technical Assistance Support (MTAS).

Background: The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) currently has a grant and loan portfolio distributed across multiple programs for projects located throughout the United States. FRA administers the grants and loans to assist State and other eligible entities in the planning, acquisition, design, construction, and improvement of freight rail and intercity passenger rail infrastructure, facilities, and equipment, as well as rail service operating support for Amtrak. In order to provide stewardship of taxpayers’ dollars and due diligence as a federal grant-making agency, FRA provides monitoring and technical assistance to its grant and loan recipients.

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Department of Transportation
DOT Contract #2: Communications and Operations Research Analysis Support Services (CORA)

Agency: Department of Transportation
Expected Release Date: November 2018 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $145.8 Million
Competition Type: 8(a) Set-Aside
Summary of Requirements: The Department of Transportation (DOT) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) has a requirement for Communications and Operations Research Analysis (CORA) Support Services at the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center.

Background: The Volpe Center is an organization within the Research and Special Programs Administration of the DOT. The Volpe Center, in partnership with sponsoring organizations, provides a broad range of technical research, analysis, and development services to the DOT and other Federal agencies in support of their transportation and logistics-related missions. The Volpe Center is directly funded by sponsoring organizations and, therefore, is responsive to market forces. The Volpe Center performs its role in an environment that demands entrepreneurial initiative to seek out project opportunities and an ability to quickly respond to new and changing sponsor requirements.

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Department of Transportation
DOT Contract #3: Enroute Technical Assistance Support Services (ETASS)

Agency: Department of Transportation
Expected Release Date: December 2018 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $1.1 Billion
Competition Type: Full and Open | Unrestricted
Summary of Requirements: The Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may have a continuing requirement for program management, technical, engineering, financial and administrative support services.

Background: In order to achieve the Agency Flight Plan goals and organizational missions, professional and technical support services will be required to support the existing National Airspace System (NAS) initiatives as well as future NAS initiatives. Support will be provided for mission critical programs such as EnRoute Automation Modernization (ERAM), Advance Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP), Weather and Radar Processor (WARP), Integrated Terminal Weather Systems (ITWS), Aviation Surface Observation Network (ASWON), Traffic Flow Management (TFM) Programs and DataComm as well as other programs throughout the Air Traffic Organization (ATO). These mission critical programs require ongoing maintenance, upkeep and enhancements through transition, integration, and implementation of the NAS modernization and transition to the Next Generation (NextGen) Air Traffic System.

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