Contracts to Watch: GSA’s ASTRO Program
The General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration Management Center (FEDSIM) released its draft request for proposals for its new multiple-award contract supporting research, development, and sustainment of manned and unmanned vehicles, robotics, and weapons platforms.
The proposed contract, known as ASTRO, could generate billions of dollars in obligations over the next 10 years to develop the Defense Department’s next generation of manned and unmanned air, land, sea, and space vehicles. FEDSIM has modeled ASTRO on the OASIS contract: ASTRO will support multiple pools of services, periodic on- and off-ramps, and the use of a self-scoring system for eligibility determination.
Join Bloomberg Government’s expert analysts Daniel Snyder and Chris Cornillie as they provide insights into the ASTRO program:
- How to maximize your ASTRO bid’s chances of success
- Which types of services are in scope for the ASTRO solicitation
- The contractors most likely to bid in each of ASTRO’s 10 pools
- Which existing vendors and contracts are most likely to be impacted by ASTRO
- How small and mid-tier businesses can get involved in the ASTRO program
Director, Government Contracts Analysis