Schedule 84 & 70
SIN 246 60 1: These services involve the security integration and/or management discipline, which supports security products or systems through their lifecycle. Security Systems integration and design services may include, but are not limited to those associated with the design, test, production, fielding, sustainment and improvement of cost-effective security and/or protection systems, including the eventual disposal or salvage of these systems. Services may include studies and analysis such as risk assessment, threat evaluation and assessment (including resultant deliverables). Contractors may provide security or protection expertise in the pre-production or design phase of security or protection systems to ensure that the system can be supported through its lifecycle and that the infrastructure elements necessary for operational support are identified and acquired. These services may continue through the lifecycle of the system or product and may include guidance, assistance and/or operational support. This includes all necessary security management elements.
SIN 246 60 2: These services provide the best practices, technologies and methodologies to plan, design, manage, operate and maintain secure and protected systems, equipment, facilities and infrastructures. Agency orders may include complete turnkey operations, maintenance and support services, or components thereof as needed to ensure secure and protected systems involving personnel security, physical access and information security, and reduce lifecycle costs. Contractor personnel carrying out these activities, to include management and operating staffs, are not involved with or responsible for the core business of the customer agency placing the order.
SIN 246 60 3: Services providing for design, coding, integration, testing, deploying, repair and maintenance of integrated security systems, and training across all platforms enterprise wide for the complete lifecycle of the system.
||Zones (based on prime
contract award or office locations)
|Tech Systems, Inc.
Zone 2: National Capital Region
Team Members: QBE / Tech Systems, Inc.
|3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support
3.20 Program Support
|QBE Contract # 100408 / Prime Contract # W31P4Q-05-A-0031 0021
US Army, Program Executive Office and Enterprise Information Systems: Fine-tuned Army Contracting Agency (ACA) processes, secured acquisition sensitive information, reduced the complexity and cost of the US Army IT infrastructure, improved serviceability and ease of use for the warfighter.
|3.13 Inactivation and Disposal Support
3.16 Logistics Support
3.17 Supply and Provisioning Support
|Contract # W91QF1-05-C-0007 / DABT59-01-C-1017
Central Issue Facility: Provided warehouse services management and issued military personnel organizational clothing and individual equipment (OCIE).
|IDIQ Contract Information
|Zone 2 Information
Task Orders Received:
Task orders will be posted in this section as they are received.
To maximize the quality of our delivery, we first focus on the objectives and metrics important to our customer. Some customers need quick estimates while others need absolute defined outputs with as much accuracy as possible. With our methodology and internal systems, we provide quality measurements on both requirements and many in between. QBE monitors these metrics for changes and alerts the customer for joint re-prioritization of resources. When we recognize measurements that are sub-par or reporting less than the objective, we can then look at root-cause, make recommendations to remediate and show the impact on the program.