GTRI

Contract Vehicles

Contract Vehicles

GTRI usually works on a cost-reimbursable basis, but we also use other contracting vehicles. The Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation provides our contracting, grant and research administration services.

GTRI is a University Affiliated Research Center (UARC)

In 1995, GTRI was designated a University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) by the Director of Defense Research and Engineering (DDR&E), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). UARC's are organizations affiliated with universities or colleges that are established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to maintain essential research, development and engineering "core" capabilities; maintain long-term strategic relationships with their DoD sponsors; and operate in the public interest, free from real or perceived conflicts of interest.

GTRI’s core competencies under the UARC focus primarily with offensive & defensive missile weapon systems and associated and supporting functional technologies.

UARC's receive sole source funding (UARC contracts) from DoD under the authority of 10 U.S.C. Section 2304(c)(3)(B) in order to establish or maintain an essential engineering, research, and/or development capability. GTRI UARC DoD primary sponsor is the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) located at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

For More Information, Contact:
Barry Bullard
Director, Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL)
Phone: 256-716-2150

SENSIAC is one of the newest information analysis centers serving the military sensing community, including the U.S. Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and other government organizations. The Center provides information on all sensing-based technologies related to defense activities, including:

  • Infrared
  • Laser
  • Radar
  • Acoustic
  • Electro-Optical
  • Aroma
  • Chemical

The Center makes the sensing-related jobs of other organizations easier, faster, more efficient and less costly. In addition to being a clearinghouse for information, SENSIAC conducts research projects and educational programs. It draws upon experts across Georgia Tech and seven other universities.

A SENSIAC team can work on problems, support programs, develop equipment and perform nearly any task from basic research to field training. One of the ways to engage SENSIAC’s services is through an expedited contracting process called Technical Area Tasks. TAT provides an unlimited government and industry-wide cost reimbursable task ordering contract.

To learn more about SENSIAC, please visit the SENSIAC Web site.

For More Information about SENSIAC, Contact:
John Devitt
Phone: 404-407-7741
E-mail: john.devitt@gtri.gatech.edu

SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) is a contracting vehicle that allows the Naval Sea Systems Command to effectively procure professional support services through a Web-based portal. The basic goal of SeaPort-e is to reduce cost and increase efficiency through SeaPort-e task orders, especially with respect to high-volume, repetitive tasks. The current list of U.S. Navy commands that can utilize the SeaPort-e vehicle are the:

  • Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Naval Air Systems Command
  • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
  • Naval Supply Systems Command
  • Military Sealift Command
  • Naval Facilities Command
  • Strategic Systems Program
  • United States Marine Corps

A prime contract award (N00178-06-R-4752) was given to GTRI/GTARC in June 2006 covering the period of performance in the table below.

Period of Performance
Base Year June 2006 to April 2009
Option Award Term 1 April 2009 to April 2014
Option Award Term 2 April 2014 to April 2006

GTRI has been awarded the "Option Award Term 1" for the SeaPort-e Contract.

On 12/31/2009 the task ordering contract, Independent Assesment and Validation Support for Government Solution-Based Projects - N00178-06-D-4752-FG01, was awarded to GTRI.

On 4/11/2010 the first task order, N00178-06-D-4752-FG0101, was awarded to GTRI.

IMPORTANT: All GTRI Contracts are administered by the Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation. GTARC is a 501(c)3 corporation. GTARC operates in accordance with the commercial cost principles defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, Subpart 31.2. The Office of Sponsored Programs at Georgia Tech negotiates and administers research grants and contracts for GTARC. SeaPort-e contracts are awarded to GTARC and then subsequently assigned to GTRI for execution.

To learn more about SeaPort-e, please visit the SeaPort-e Web site.

For More Information about SeaPort-e, Contact:

Tim Floyd
Phone: 404-407-7204
E-mail: timothy.floyd@gtri.gatech.edu

SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) is a contracting vehicle that allows the Naval Sea Systems Command to effectively procure professional support services through a Web-based portal. The basic goal of SeaPort-e is to reduce cost and increase efficiency through SeaPort-e task orders, especially with respect to high-volume, repetitive tasks. The current list of U.S. Navy commands that can utilize the SeaPort-e vehicle are the:

  • Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Naval Air Systems Command
  • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
  • Naval Supply Systems Command
  • Military Sealift Command
  • Naval Facilities Command
  • Strategic Systems Program
  • United States Marine Corps

A prime contract award (N00178-14-D-7725) was awarded to GTRI/GTARC on November 19, 2013, with a five-year option covering the period of performance April 2014 to April 2019.

On November 19, 2013, the task ordering contract, N00178-14-D-7725, and the first task order, N00178-14-D-7725-0001, were awarded to GTRI.

IMPORTANT: All GTRI Contracts are administered by the Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation. GTARC is a 501(c)3 corporation. GTARC operates in accordance with the commercial cost principles defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, Subpart 31.2. The Office of Sponsored Programs at Georgia Tech negotiates and administers research grants and contracts for GTARC. SeaPort-e contracts are awarded to GTARC and then subsequently assigned to GTRI for execution.

To learn more about SeaPort-e, please visit the SeaPort-e Web site.

For More Information about SeaPort-e, Contact:

Ron Smith
Phone: 703-630-2400
E-mail: ron.smith@gtri.gatech.edu

 


OASIS Overview

OASIS – One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services
OASIS Website
OASIS Military Slipsheet
OASIS Civilian Slipsheet

 

OASIS and OASIS Small Business (SB) are multiple award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that provide flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services. These contracts:

· Span many areas of expertise and mission spaces;

· Span multiple professional service disciplines;

· Allow flexibility for all contract types, including hybrids and cost-reimbursement, at the task order level; and

· Allow ancillary support components, commonly referred to as Other Direct Costs (ODC), at the task order level.

The core disciplines of the contract include program management services, management consulting services, logistics services, engineering services, scientific services, and financial services.

OASIS provides support for Commercial and Non-Commercial requirements, which means any contract type may be utilized.

Services under OASIS span 28 NAICS codes and 6 exceptions or 34 codes - exceptions in all. These 34 codes/exceptions are allocated among 7 NAICS code pools. All codes/exceptions in a pool share a common small business (SB) size standard. Agencies can solicit task order proposals from contractors holding awards in the pool with the NAICS code that matches the agency’s requirement.

 

GTRI Overview and Contractor’s Capabilities

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is a highly-regarded applied research and development organization. Each day, GTRI’s science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe.

GTRI redefines innovation by tackling customers’ most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity and practicality. Our expert scientists and engineers turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action. GTRI has 76 active US Letters Patents, 43 pending US patent applications and 15 pending provisional applications in the United States.

We have been a trusted government and industry partner since 1934. As a non-profit research institute, we team with our customers and attack their problems with passion and objectivity.

GTRI is an integral part of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). GTRI is a tremendous contributor to, and supporter of, Georgia Tech's mission to define the technological research university of the 21st century and educate the leaders of a technologically driven world.

GTRI's strong bond with Georgia Tech, and its academic units, opens the door to the vast intellectual resources of one of America’s leading research universities and provides unparalleled access to the world's leading problem solvers.

 

Our Mission We solve complex problems through innovation and customer-focused research and education.

Our Vision To be the world's premier applied research and development organization.

Our Core Competencies

Test & Evaluation
Systems Development, Engineering & Prototyping
Applied Electromagnetics & Materials Research
Secure Information & Communication Systems
Threat Systems Research & Development
Client-Inspired Engineering

 

Our Strengths

The Georgia Tech Research Institute hires and supports the best problem-solvers in the business. The GTRI team is more than 1,600 strong, including over 800 full-time engineers and scientists, as well as additional faculty members, part-time students and consultants and support personnel.

Among our full-time researchers, 70 percent hold advanced degrees. Our team-based approach gives our researchers the flexibility to solve problems creatively as well as advance careers.

GTRI is the largest employer of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) graduate and undergraduate students. These next generation scientists and engineers work alongside world-class researchers to solve real problems for real customers. They are driven to make the world a better place.

Georgia Tech’s Sustainability Initiatives

GTRI, Georgia Tech Participating in the Better Business Challenge

Georgia Tech Maintains its Commitment to Sustainability for Now and the Future

 

For More Information about OASIS, Contact:

Doug Nation
Phone: (478) 971-2417
E-mail: doug.nation@gtri.gatech.edu

GSA Schedule for Professional Engineering Services

GTRI’s General Services Administration Schedule (GSA Schedule) offers the U.S. federal government a streamlined, cost-effective way to acquire our professional engineering services and solutions. A GSA Schedule is an unfunded, five-year contract that lists the prices the federal government has agreed to pay to an organization for its products or services. GSA Schedules are the preferred contracting vehicles for federal government buyers. These contracts save federal government buyers time and money when they purchase products and services.

The Professional Engineering Services (PES) schedule provides a streamlined approach for federal agencies to access qualified firms in a multitude of engineering disciplines. This multiple award schedule grants agencies direct access to the commercial experts who can address the needs of the federal engineering community.

There are six special item numbers (SINs) that comprise the distinct phases of an engineering project. These SINs cover the major disciplines of:

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Chemical
  • Components of civil engineering

They also cover numerous sub-disciplines, such as:

  • Aerospace
  • Nuclear
  • Bioengineering
  • Marine architecture

To learn more about the PES schedule, visit the PES section of the GSA Web site.

IMPORTANT: All GTRI Contracts are administered by the Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation. GTARC is a 501(c)3 corporation. GTARC operates in accordance with the commercial cost principles defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, Subpart 31.2. The Office of Sponsored Programs at Georgia Tech negotiates and administers research grants and contracts for GTARC.`

GTRI’s GSA contract is listed as Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation on the GSA Advantage Web site. View our GSA contract information on GSA Advantage.

For More Information about GTRI’s GSA Schedule, Contact:
Richard Odom
Phone: 404-407-8246
E-mail: richard.odom@gtri.gatech.edu

or

Ben Medlin
Phone: 404-407-6032
Email: ben.medlin@gtri.gatech.edu