Contract Vehicles

Oak Grove Technologies offers a wide a array of contract vehicles that make it easy for you to do business with us. These contract vehicles feature pre-negotiated terms and conditions to support programs across government agencies. In addition to our GSA IT 70 and 874 MOBIS Schedules, Oak Grove is a prime or subcontractor on numerous indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) vehicles and blanket purchase agreements (BPA).

  • GSA IT Schedule 70 (GS-35F-0315P) back to top
    Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 allows our government customers to order IT services at predetermined rates in areas such as systems development, programming, data conversion, and network management.
  • GSA Schedule 874 - MOBIS (formerly GSA Schedule 69) back to top
    Schedule 874 - Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) allows our government customers to order a full range of professional services at predetermined rates in areas such as consulting and training, facilitation, surveys, competitive sourcing and project management.
  • Warfighter Focus back to top
    Warfighter Focus IDIQ is a contract vehicle available to The Warrior Training Alliance (WTA), which is led by Raytheon Company. Its purpose is to improve the readiness and effectiveness of soldiers through the consolidation of its live, virtual and constructive training support contracts. The contract carries an estimated total program value of $11.2 billion over a 10-year period. The WTA-WFF provides integrated turnkey, lifecycle training services and support worldwide. Work performed under this vehicle includes: support for training exercises, operations and maintenance for all training and range systems, curriculum development and instruction.
  • SeaPort-e back to top
    SeaPort-e is a US Navy contracting vehicle that permits all US Navy agencies to order engineering services, including R&D, from select companies on a cost-reimbursement, fixed-price, or cost-only basis. Oak Grove is a prime partner on this vehicle.
    SeaPort-e is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract vehicle. Task Orders are competed and executed as separate procurements.
    Gabriela Gutierrez, Contracts Manager
    Phone: (919) 278-2219

    Donald Street, Contract Manager
    Phone: (602) 466-2965
    Team information coming soon.
  • DHS EAGLE II back to top
    The Department of Homeland Security EAGLE II (Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions) is an IDIQ contract that covers services in several areas including infrastructure engineering design, implementation and integration, operations and maintenance, and software design. Oak Grove is subcontractor to SiloSmashers in Functional Category 2 (FC2) small business track. 
  • TIPSS-3  back to top
    TIPSS-3 (Total Information Processing Support Services) is an IDIQ contract that provides a full range of information processing services for the IRS, Department of the Treasury, Treasury Bureaus, and other federal agencies. Oak Grove is a subcontractor to SAIC on this effort.
  • HRsolutions back to top
    In 2004, the U.S. Army launched the HRsolutions Program Office to outsource human resource services for Soldiers to contractors. HRsolutions is an IDIQ which run through 2015. This vehicle uses Performance Based Contracting to manage contractor performance, and is available to all of DoD and other Federal agencies for CONUS and OCONUS Personnel Support Service requirements. Oak Grove subcontracts to Armed Forces Services Corporation on the HRsolutions Studies and Analysis and Personnel Services and Support IDIQ. Oak Grove is also a subcontractor to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) on the HRsolutions Recruiting & Retention IDIQ contract. 
  • ITES-3S back to top
    The ITES-3S contract vehicle offers a wide range of technology services. Similar to its predecessor ITES-2S, ITES-3S will be managed by the Army’s Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program. It also acts as the Army’s primary source of IT-related services across the globe.
  • ENCORE II back to top
    THE ENCORE II contract provides technical solutions for the DoD in support of its migration to an integrated and interoperable Global information Grid (GIG), as well as other Federal agencies having similar IT migration and integration needs. This contract represents an ongoing expansion of the Defense Information System Agency's (DISA) Defense Enterprise Information Services (DEIS) I and DEIS II contracts, and ENCORE follow-on contracts. ENCORE II is an IDIQ contract with a ceiling value of $12.225 billion over a five (5) year period, plus its five (5) one-year option periods.  Oak Grove is a subcontractor on the CSC team and SRA team on this contract.
  • USSOCOM GBPS back to top
    The SOCOM Global Battle Staff and Program Support (SOCOM GBPS) contract provides acquisition management and business operations support for the Department of Defense (DoD) United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM).
  • FBI PMSS back to top
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) created the Program Management Support Services (PMSS) multiple IDIQ contract which is the main vehicle used to procure assistance geared specifcially to the needs of the Bureau. FBI PMSS provides a variety of consulting services to include program management support, program technical / analytical support, and acquisitions program management support. With this contract, the FBI is able to consolidate multiple contracts and focus on improving quality, consistency, and performance. Oak Grove is a subcontractor to SiloSmashers.
  • OPM TMA back to top
    The Unites States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) established the Training and Management Assistance (TMA) program in 1982 to provide customized training, learning, and human capital solutions to Government agencies to enhance and maximize individual, team, and enterprise performance. The OPM TMA contract vehicle was designed to provide quick access to contractors in the private-sector who possess expertise in the development and implementation of learning and human capital solutions. Oak Grove is a subcontractor to Carney, Inc. on this vehicle.
  • EPA-PPMSS back to top
    The EPA PPMS (Physical Properties Management System) project continues to be the primary physical and chemical property resource for CPAS tools. The project supports consultation and data resources as-needed. It also enables data exchange between various other CPAS tools and ultimately aims to create a general software-based data delivery system that will act as an expandable framework for adding property estimation algorithms and third party-generated data resources.
  • Language Services (DoS)
  • SOF RAPTOR III back to top
    The SOF RAPTOR III contract supports the objectives of USSOCOM programs as well as the objectives of the joint Special Operations Forces (SOF) community to conduct operations. Specifically, this contract vehicle focuses on conducting training requirements analysis, advanced concept exploration, rapid prototype development, curriculum development, SOF specific training and rehearsal exercises, as well as sustaining operation and maintenance functions in support of SOF training requirements.
  • ISS-A back to top
    The purpose of the Intelligence Support Services-Afghanistan (ISS-A) contract is to provide the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) with organization, preparation, and execution of intelligence collection operations in support of deployed U.S. Forces.
  • ACOTA II back to top
    The Africa Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA) program is a U.S. Department of State (DOS) funded and managed initiative designed to improve the capabilities of African militaries by delivering selected training and equipment required to perform multinational peace support operations. The ACOTA program is supported by the U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM) who provides military mentors, trainers, and advisors at the request of the State Department.
  • ARI TRAIN II back to top
    The TRAIN II contract provides the Army Research Institute (ARI) with research support to address repeated challenges for discovering the top means of training soldiers, leaders and units to effectively and successfully operate and employ existing and new techniques and technologies in war fighting.
  • DOE NNSA Management, Organizational, and Administrative Support Services back to top
    The Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA) Program Support contract is an Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity task order type agreement to deliver support in the following capacities:
    • Program management
    • Personnel transportation management
    • Financial and acquisition
    • Security
    • Records management
    • Inventory control
    • International support 
    • Mailroom management and operations
  • DIA SIA II back to top
    The Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Solutions for Intelligence (SIA) II IDIQ contract vehicle provides the Defense Intelligence Community with responsive, effective and dependable resources to satisfy requirements for intelligence analysis support and related services to war fighters, defense planners and policy makers.
  • R23G back to top
    R2-3G is the U.S. Army Program Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command’s follow on contract to the current Rapid Response (R2) contract. This contact vehicle provides critical equipment and engineering services to government systems, platforms and item managers worldwide. Any federal agency will be able to use the R2-3G contract with a ceiling of $16.4B.
  • Alliant back to top
    Alliant provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse collection of industry associates. It features fixed-price, cost-reimbursement, labor-hour, and time-and-materials task order types, allowing greater flexibility in acquiring different types of IT products and services, and meeting mission requirements. Alliant boasts a $50 billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option allowing for long-term planning of large-scale program requirements.
  • DIA CHASEback to top
    The DIA CHASE contract requests for a wide-ranging variety of necessities to support CI and HUMINT Training: Program Management, Instructors, Education Support Services, Distance and E-Learning Development, Administration, Security, Logistics, Information Technology support, Role Player and Surveillance Team Support, and Training Research and Development.