The EWAAC vehicle will allow DS2 to continue to serve our customers at AFLCMC/EB, AFLCMC/HB, AFRL and others by providing a means to support the development of new technologies and engineering solutions to further their missions. This 10-Year $46 Billion IDIQ is the way of the future, providing Eglin with a local and agile procurement solution to meet the needs of the digital trinity. DS2 is currently using this vehicle to develop mobile mission planning solutions using tools like ATAK, JMPS, and NOMS.
The Air Force Lifecycle Management Center (AFLCMC) in the fall of 2022 released a solicitation to on-ramp additional companies to the Eglin Wide Agile Acquisition Contract (EWAAC) vehicle, a 10-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The EWAAC contract serves the Armament Directorate at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida providing a multiple award IDIQ that provides the ability to rapidly develop technologies of novel weapons capabilities, apply unique solutions and innovative ideas, and characterize new technologies and system concepts that provide evolutionary, revolutionary, and disruptive capabilities for the United States Air Force through weapons systems requirements development, studies, and demonstrations. The primary objective is to provide rapid response applicable to all areas and lifecycle phases of weapons development to include weapons concepts, concept development, concept demonstrations, weapons systems procurement, production, fielding, operations, and sustainment. Customers include AFLCMC/EB divisions, SOCOM Det-1, Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), and the Air Force Nuclear Warfare Center (AFFNWC).
DS2 was on several winning teams of the original EWAAC contract award and won a 3-year Mobile Mission Planning System task order with one of its strategic partners. Our success on this program led us to consider priming the next on-ramp to allow for customers to have direct access to our innovative and enabling technologies.
“DS2 is excited to pursue opportunities that allow us to better serve our customers by doing what we do best. Open, Agile, and digital systems are embedded in every service offering we delivery to our customers”, said Richard Pruitt, President.
DS2 is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing a full spectrum of life-cycle software engineering, application development, and IT management solutions to DoD, federal and commercial clients. Utilizing agile development procedures, DS2 specializes in modeling and simulation; LVC training; and geospatial, ATAK, and mission planning solutions in support of the warfighter.
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