Indian Head, MD – 4 April 2012
R3 Strategic Support Group, Inc., a Service–Disabled Veteran–Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $1.1M prime contract by Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Indian Head to provide support to the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division’s (NAVEODTECHDIV) Technical Support Detachment (TSD) to enable proponency of technical exploitation, institutionalization of its Combined Explosives Exploitation Cell (CEXC) support to operational commanders, and achievement of full operational capability (FOC) as mandated by the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff via a Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) Memorandum decision. R3’s support will encompass the full range of Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) functional areas
including: providing subject matter experts (SME) to support the DOTMLPF process; writing and developing doctrinal, organizational, training and administrative documents and other foundational materials; developing materiel configuration documents and coordinating the process for
Table of Allowance (TOA) development and procurement with Naval Sea Systems Command logistics organizations; developing and formalizing plans and required documents to support facility requirements, improvement and rehabilitation projects including Basic Facility Requirement (BFR) and Military Construction (MILCON) plans and documents. R3’s award is for one base year with an option of six months for an 18-month total period of performance.
From R3’s Andy Bradley: “We are proud to continue working closely with NAVEODTECHDIV TSD to provide critical services and support that will enable them to achieve successful institutionalization of their capabilities. NAVEODTECHDIV TSD’s CEXC and related mission areas are crucial to both the current and future global warfighting efforts and we are excited to deliver our unique capabilities to assist them in the processes and tasks that will ensure their long-term sustainability and endurance.”