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GTACS - Global Tactical Advanced Communications Systems and Services

The world-wide demand for C3T has accelerated and the GTACS contract has been established to implement a centralized one-stop contracting vehicle offering integrated state-of-the-art solutions to the C3T community. The intent of the GTACS program is to provide multiple prime contracts with multiple subcontractors, capable of providing a wide range of state of the art C3 solutions meet the needs of a broad range of tactical and logistics infrastructure users that are responsible for the design, development, acquisition, production, deployment, operation, maintenance and associated services for C3T systems.

Who Can Use It

Program Executive Office Command Control and Communications Tactical (PEO C3T), Department of Defense (DOD) and other United States Federal Government agencies in the areas of Tactical Command, Control and Communications (C3) system hardware, software, engineering, logistics, development, test and system related support.

What Is The Scope

Tactical Command, Control and Communications (C3) system hardware, software, engineering, logistics, development, test and system related support, in response to rapidly changing Warfighter communication needs. Tactical C3 systems, for the purpose of this acquisition program, also includes computers, shelters, vehicles/platforms, network hardware and the software necessary to accomplish the tactical mission. Task areas encompass Development, Production and Deployment and Sustainment through Disposal.

How Does It Work

The Raytheon PMO is the single POC for Team Raytheon interactions with the Acquisition Office. We are here to help educate customers, teammates and vendors on the process and use of GTACS.

The Contracting Officer will determine the amount of time allowed for the Contractor to submit a Task Executinon Plan (TEP). On average this will be seven to fourteen calendar days from receipt of the task solicitation called the RTEP (Request for Task Execution Plan). The Contractor shall submit an "Intent to Respond" to the RTEP to the Contracting Officer as specified in the RTEP. The Contracting Officer will adjust the time allowed for the contractor to submit a proposal based on the complexity of the individual RTEP. In some instances, depending on complexity or simplicity and availability of the equipment or services being ordered, the TEP response time may be reduced to under seven days. The Task Execution Plan (TEP) shall be in accordance with the RTEP attached to the contract. Unless otherwise specified by the Government, the TEP size shall not exceed twenty (20) total text pages.

Whom Do I Contact

Our staff can be reached at GTACSPMO@Raytheon.com

Jim Banks
Program Manager

Jan Reisdorff
Deputy Program Manager

Karen Porciello
Contracts Manager

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