Contract Vehicles and Customers

Contract Vehicles & Customers

Contract Vehicles and Customers

 

FCSA Program

The Future Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) Services Acquisition (FCSA) program consists of a comprehensive set of acquisition activities which are intended to replace expiring DISA and GSA contracts and create a common marketplace for all government customers to acquire COMSATCOM services.

The Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA) has two components:

1. Transponded capacity and pre-defined subscription services through IT Schedule 70.  The Schedule 70 Contract awarded to      Intelsat General is contract# GS-35F-0478U and includes the following SINs:

  • New Equipment Purchase   (SIN 132-8)
  • Electronic Commerce         (SIN 132-52)
  • Transponder Capacity        (SIN 132-54)
  • Subscription Services         (SIN 132-55)

2. End-to-end satellite services through a new contract, Custom SATCOM Solutions CS2.  The CS2 Contract awarded to Intelsat General is contract #GS00Q12NRD4008 and  will be used to provide customized, customer-defined, end-to-end solutions that include satellite bandwidth, teleport access,  network management,  satellite communications equipment, and engineering support such as integration, operations, and maintenance.

Notice Concerning Award, Section G Contract Administration, Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of Contract, Award/Contract (PDF)

   
 

Commercial Broadband Satellite Program (CBSP)

The CBSP contract is for a satellite communications network to the Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR). This contract provides worldwide commercial telecommunications services to the Navy’s fleet of ships, including C-, Ku-, and X-band satellite connectivity, teleport uplink and downlink, fiber connectivity for terrestrial backhaul, and bandwidth management services.

NATO

NATO

BOA No. NC3A 11407

 

SMC-32 Commercial SATCOM BAA Study Award

IGC has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center to conduct a study to determine the possible advantages of commercial space acquisition practices, including hosted payloads, for MILSATCOM architecture planning. This study will examine how commercial methods can be used to procure services at lower cost, on a rapidly accelerated schedule, and with the least technical and acquisition risk.

Customers

SPAWAR

SPAWAR

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Contract for UHF in-orbit services. This contract will allow for continued augmentation of Department of Defense (DoD) UHF narrowband Satellite Communications via multiple 25kHz channels and 5 KHz channels on the Skynet constellation and Leased Satellite (LEASAT 5). These services will provide the DoD with region specific UHF military satellite communications to all Navy ships, command and control networks, and tactical, on-the-ground mobile warfighters.

AFRTS

AFRTS

Utilizing a comprehensive network of satellites and compression technology, the DTS-TV Service provides an important “touch of home” providing news, sports, information, and entertainment to approximately 100,000 sailors and marines aboard 140 U.S. Navy ships at sea around the world.

FAA

FAA

Dedicated L-band payload on the Galaxy 15 satellite.

Australian Defense Force (ADF)

Australian Defense Force (ADF)

Contract for the UHF payload on the IS-22 satellite.