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Learn about the Global Antiterrorism Training Assistance Program (GATA III) managed by the U.S. Department of State's Office of Antiterrorism Assistance. The program provides counterterrorism training globally and builds Partner Nation capabilities to combat terrorism effectively. Discover how it supports US counterterrorism objectives through specialized training programs and capacity building initiatives, reaching over 150,000 officials in 154 countries since 1983.


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Global Antiterrorism Training Assistance Program Overview

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  1. Fiscal Year 2023 3rd/4thQuarter U.S. Department of State Industry Brief June 27, 2023 U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  2. Diplomatic Security Contracts Division 06/27/2023 U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  3. Meet the DSCD Team Shayani Mukherjee Michele Hartigan Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/DSCD Diplomatic Security Contracts Division (DSCD) HartiganMT@state.gov Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/DSCD Diplomatic Security Contracts Division (DSCD) MukherjeeS1@state.gov UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  4. Global Antiterrorism Training Assistance Training Delivery IDIQ Solicitation for DS/T/ATA (GATA III) UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  5. GATA III The Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Training Directorate, Office of Antiterrorism Assistance (DS/T/ATA or ATA) manages the antiterrorism assistance program and is the premier provider of counterterrorism training and capacity building for the U.S. Department of State. ATA strengthens Partner Nation capabilities to combat terrorism and build upon a trusted network of law enforcement officers while supporting US counterterrorism objectives. The Global Antiterrorism Training Assistance (GATA) III contract(s) are used to implement an advanced and specialized foreign assistance program that provides foreign law enforcement with instructional training. The program s geographic reach is extensive, having trained over 150,000 foreign police and civilian security officials in over 154 countries since inception in 1983. Country assistance plans are implemented through advanced training, technical assistance, and equipment grants. Capacity building projects are tailored to the needs of each Partner Nation. This program includes coordinating, synchronizing, implementing, and expanding training and technical assistance programs; sharing technology with foreign partners; establishing or strengthening alliances and/or agreements, regional partnerships, and security assistance programs; promoting interagency cooperation among foreign government security and law enforcement forces; and supporting exchange programs. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  6. GATA III Multiple Award IDIQ to facilitate the delivery of foreign law enforcement training and perform related activities in support of the Global Antiterrorism Training Assistance (GATA) Program Full and Open Competitive award, Estimated requirement value $620 million Subject to FAR Part 30 Cost Accounting Standards Unclassified, no security clearances required Firm Fixed Price Training Delivery Labor and Cost Reimbursable Travel and Other Direct Costs Place of performance is primarily overseas, worldwide, including austere environments. DBA will be required. Contractors will provide instructor-led training; specialized and advanced technical assistance; training-related support services and all logistical support for delivery of the training To perform successfully the contractor must possess the depth and breadth of resources to provide numerous overseas training courses, delivery support services, logistics and facilities (to include training facilities, ranges or other venues), catering, interpreters, instructor transportation, participant transportation, instructor lodging, and participant lodging. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  7. GATA III Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  8. DS Vetting and Linguistic Requirement UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  9. DS Vetting and Linguistic Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Domestic Directorate, Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism Vetting Division (CCV) has a requirement for third-party contractors. CCV is responsible for the DS s polygraph and biometrics programs and their use to positively identify and vet Locally Employed (LE) Staff and contractors at overseas missions. This contract would support Embassy Baghdad and Consulate Erbil in Iraq along with having support staff at the CCV offices in Rosslyn, VA . In addition in the new contract, there is a potential need to vet the staff that oversee the refugee camps in Doha. Current contract is an IDIQ with multiple task orders and awarded to an 8a prime. Estimated Requirement Value: $100M NAICS Code: 561611 Investigation Services Facility Clearance must be TS/SCI and must be held at time of award. Subcontractors are allowed. Contract Type Labor Hour with Other Direct Costs UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  10. DS Vetting and Linguistic Licenses to work in Iraq, specifically in Baghdad and Erbil regions Knowledge of local labor laws in Iraq Biometric Analysts from the junior to senior levels. Provide linguist fluent in the written and spoken languages in work region including English, Arabic, Farsi and Kurdish. Provide all types of insurance coverage in performance of services, such as automobile liability, comprehensive general liability, worker s compensation, employer s liability, DBA etc. Maintain a vetting support and linguists with the ability to immediately backfill vacant positions due to resignations, rotations, and illnesses due to a variety of reasons. Managing smooth contract transition efforts in 90 days. Perform in a fluid environment where govt needs change with little advance notice Recruit, vet, train and clear personnel and ensure suitability requirements for a labor force that requires positions with varying clearance levels and specialized labor categories such as Vetting Technical Specialist, Identity Intelligence Analyst, Biometric Trainer, Database Manager, Linguists, Security Liaison/Cultural Advisor, Vetting Administrative Assistant, and Identity Vetting Specialist among others. Provide proven program and deputy program managers that possess strong skills in situational decision-making and work with all levels of personnel. Deputy Program Managers will be posted overseas in Iraq and Program Manager is State side. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  11. DS Vetting and Linguistic Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  12. Facilities, Design, & Construction Division (FDCD) 06/27/2023 U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  13. Meet the FDCD Team Berel Dorfman Samantha Pakuwal Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/FDCD Facilities Design & Construction Division (FDCD) PakuwalS1@state.gov Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/FDCD Facilities Design & Construction Division (FDCD) DorfmanBB@state.gov UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  14. HVAC & BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSYEMS (BAS) CONTRACTS UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  15. HVAC & BAS Contracts HVAC Program NAICS 238220 HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) contractors Project Estimate: $100M The OBO/CFSM/FAC/PS HVAC Support Program needs Contractors who have an active, or are able to obtain, Top Secret Facilities Clearance, at least five (5) years of experience, Professional Engineering (PE) Licenses, and Master & Journeyman level mechanical / electrical tradesmen with experience on commercial HVAC systems. Vendors shall be able to execute overseas (OCONUS) work such as: Replacement of Chilled Water Plants / Heating Hot Water Plants (Boilers) Procure and Ship: Parts and Materials Preventative Maintenance Services Survey and Testing UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED Typical Chiller Manufacturers York / JCI Trane Carrier Daikin Multistack Petra U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  16. HVAC & BAS Contracts HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) contractors Project Estimate: $100M The OBO/CFSM/FAC/PS BAS Support Program needs Contractors who have an active, or are able to obtain, Top Secret Facilities Clearance, at least five (5) years of experience, and OEM Certifications for the relevant systems that can execute overseas (OCONUS) work such as: Systems Supported Johnson Controls Metasys Siemens Apogee Siemens Desigo CC Honeywell Webs AXand N4 Schneider Invensys I/A Delta Controls Delta KMCControls KMDigital Reliable Controls System Siemens Talon Alerton Compass Alerton -Envision Trane Tracer Procure Parts and Materials MACH Preventative Maintenance Services onBAS Building Automation System Survey and Testing Building Automation System Repairs and Upgrades Cybersecurity and Hardening ofBuilding Automation Systems UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  17. HVAC & BAS CONTRACTS Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  18. Bangui New Embassy Compound UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  19. Bangui New Embassy Compound U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  20. Bangui New Embassy Compound Project Scope: Project development design and construction execution services for a New Embassy Compound (NEC) in Bangui, Central African Republic. Property Site: The NEC site includes 14-acre parcel known as the Independence Property. The Independence parcel is a rectangular shaped semi-developed, with various structures and utilities that need to be demolished and/or relocated to accommodate new development. The site fronts a major north-south thoroughfare along one of only three existing paved roads in Bangui and on the most prominent commercial corridor in the city. The NEC site sits close to the CAR National Assembly, the international financial center, Bangui s sole high-end hotel and municipal office buildings. U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  21. Bangui New Embassy Compound Project Description The NEC project includes the design/build construction of a: New Office Building Four Campus Access Control buildings- Main, Consular, Residential and Service; Support Annex with shops, vehicle maintenance, and warehouse; Marine Security Guard Residence Staff Housing Parking Recreation Facility Above standard requirement Helicopter Landing Zone Utility Building U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  22. Bangui New Embassy Compound Estimated Contract Value: $450 - $500 million NAICS Code: 236220 Acquisition Plan: Full and open competition; Lowest Price Technically Acceptable source selection. Security Requirement: Top Secret Facility and Personnel Security Clearance Required Current Status: This project is projected to be an FY24 award. All Major Capital Projects, Standalone Contracts, and IDIQ contract opportunities will be publicized at: www.SAM.gov U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  23. Bangui Embassy Compound Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  24. International Programs Division (IP) 06/27/2023 U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  25. Meet the IP Team Mary DiAngelo Michael Henderson Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/IP International Programs Division (IP) HendersonMP@state.gov Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/IP International Programs Division (IP) DiAngeloME@state.gov UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  26. WHA Advisory and Assistance Staffing UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  27. WHA Advisory and Assistance Staffing Follow on to current CARSI IDIQ. Countries will include Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama (one task order per country) New effort expands scope to additional countries in the Caribbean and WHA as a whole. Examples of Expertise needed: Forensics and Investigations, Citizen Security, Rule of Law, Monitoring and Evaluation Current need of approximately 250 personnel UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  28. WHA Advisory and Assistance Staffing Total Estimated Contract Value: $200 million ordering ceiling NAICS Code: 541611 Contract Type: Multiple Award IDIQ (approximately 3) Clearance: Secret Facility Clearance Required Current Status: Solicitation set to release in the coming two weeks UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  29. WHA Staffing Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  30. Global Video and Broadcast Services (GVBS) UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  31. Global Video and Broadcast Services Description: Provide the full range of services involved in global video production this includes: Global live broadcast of events, and the live program transmission support to reach broadcasters, cable news networks and IP-based distribution platforms Video pre-production, production and post-production Professional staff Technology/Equipment Logistical expertise to achieve contemporary video products in an agile, strategic, and responsive manner Delivering state-of-the-art products within established time frames and budgets Including creative development Hiring camera crews domestically and internationally Scheduling and recording interviews, obtaining b-roll, acquiring licensable multimedia assets, archival footage and images, motion-graphic design, transcription, translation, captioning and editing UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  32. Global Video and Broadcast Services Estimated Contract Value: Between $30 and 50 Million Total (Base + 4) NAICS: 512110 ~ Motion Picture and Video Production Acquisition Plan: Single award GSA BPA. Small business set-aside competition amongst GSA schedule holders, Best-Value Tradeoff Source Selection Procedures Security Requirement: No Clearance Level (Possible Secret) Current Status: Market Research phase, taking input and interest, open to discussion possible updates to tentative GSA strategy. Anticipated RFP FY24, award 3rd/4thquarter FY24. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  33. GVBS Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  34. Worldwide Contracts Division 06/27/2023 U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  35. Meet the WWD Representative Wade Ward Senior Contracting Officer A/OPE/AQM/WWD/RSB Worldwide Division (WWD) WardBW@state.gov UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  36. Global Advisory UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  37. Global Advisory Description: The Department of State anticipates awarding a multiple-award IDIQ to support ongoing needs for professional support services to provide international advisory services. Estimated $ Value: $750M. (Note: We are re-looking at the numbers to verify this number so this number might be revised downward). Current Status: Industry day Q&A posted to SAM.Gov on 5/16/2023. Currently the Government is developing the Acquisition Plan. The Government is tentatively planning to have the final Global Advisory RFP posted to Sam.Gov during Q1 of FY24. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  38. Global Advisory Current Status Continued: We have not finalized the Small Business Set- Aside approach. We are working with OSDBU, and more guidance will be coming out at a later date. Once the final RFP is posted, the Government does anticipate a Q&A phase so there will be an additional opportunity for questions and answers at a later time. SAM.GOV Link: https://sam.gov/opp/f144ef8235774ccfb73bd024e1aaa168/view UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  39. Global Advisory Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  40. GLOBALCAP UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  41. GLOBALCAP Description: Professional services, training, equipment, logistics services, and construction support to countries around the world with a focus to sub- Saharan Africa. Estimated $ Value: $5B Current Status: The Acquisition Plan was approved on February 13, 2023. The Request for Proposal (RFP) is in the review and approval process. It is anticipated the RFP will be posted to sam.gov in the July/August timeframe. We are anticipating the RFP to be posted for a minimum of 60 days. Prior to posting the RFP, a synopsis will be posted at least 15 days prior. UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  42. GLOBALCAP Current Status Continued: We are not planning on doing another industry day. Nothing has changed as far as the scope/requirement since the last industry day. What will be of more value to offerors, is that once the full RFP is released, offerors will be provided the opportunity to ask questions. We anticipate a Q&A phase once the RFP goes live. SAM.GOV Link: https://sam.gov/opp/1df51bf1a334479e85e57b22e9d76f5d/view) UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  43. GLOBALCAP Questions? UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

  44. Conclusion UNCLASSIFIED or SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE

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