Government agencies can access Noblis through a variety of ID/IQ, GWAC, and GSA Schedules which are available to civilian and DoD agencies.
Noblis is a nonprofit science, technology and strategy organization that helps clients solve complex systems, process and infrastructure problems in ways that benefit the public. We bring the best of scientific thought and engineering expertise to find solutions that are practical, efficient and effective.
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Noblis holds OASIS Pool 1 and OASIS Pool 4 contracts. OASIS is designed to address agencies’ needs for a full range of service requirements that integrate multiple professional service disciplines and ancillary services/products with the flexibility for all contract types and pricing at the task order level. The objective of OASIS is to provide government agencies with total integrated solutions for a multitude of professional service-based requirements on a global basis. OASIS is designed to support all mission spaces of the U.S. Federal Government. The services to be provided are intended to meet the professional service mission requirements of all federal agencies, including all organizations within the Department of Defense (DoD) and the national security community.
Noblis (DUNS # 93-290-2364) holds OASIS Pool 1 and OASIS Pool 4 contracts. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and titles for these pools are listed below.
All services related to leading, facilitating, and ensuring the strategic planning, implementation, coordination, integration and evaluation of programmatic activities and administrative systems. Noblis has capabilities in the following program management areas:
All services related to the practice of helping organizations improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing organizational problems and the development of plans for improvement. Noblis has capabilities in the following management consulting areas:
All services that are primarily involved in the application of comprehensive scientific and professional knowledge in planning, conducting, evaluating and managing fundamental research, knowledge enhancement and/or technology development and innovation. Noblis has capabilities in the following scientific services areas:
Any service or creative work, the adequate performance of which requires education, training and experience in the application of special knowledge in consulting, investigating, evaluating, planning and designing engineering principles. Engineering services covered by the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act (40 U.S.C. 1102) are not covered in the primary scope of OASIS. Noblis has capabilities in the following engineering services areas:
The management of the flow of resources, not only goods, between the point of origin and the point of destination to meet the requirements of organizations. Logistics services involve the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, packaging, security and any other function necessary to the flow of resources. Noblis has capabilities in the following logistics services areas:
Partners are essential to our success and add value to our solutions and help us achieve our clients’ goals. When you partner with Noblis on OASIS, you will be a valued and recognized member of our OASIS team. When we work together, we can give you access to our systems and space so you can contribute effectively and efficiently. We make sure that capabilities across the OASIS Task Order teams are complementary and we encourage clear communication of expectations throughout the relationship. We share across the OASIS team in our successes, our challenges, our lessons learned and our professional growth. Please contact us to learn more.
The MAS contract enables Federal agencies to procure a wide variety of professional services using a single Schedule contract. Noblis holds GSA MAS Schedule number GS-00F-096DA. Noblis offers a variety of integrated services through this Schedule. Many of Noblis’ traditional services, such as business and environmental consulting, program and acquisition support and professional engineering services, can be acquired through this Schedule under the Special Item Numbers (SINs) listed below the legacy SIN table.
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Services may involve any of the following activities:
Services under this SIN cannot include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2, or construction services as defined in FAR Parts 2 and 36.
Testing and services include, but are not limited to:
Examples of labor categories include, but are not limited to:
Associated tasks include, but are not limited to:
Services under this SIN cannot include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2 or construction services as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 and Part 2. An implementation guide for Space launch Integration Services (SLIS) can be found at www.gsa.gov/psschedule – click on “Professional Engineering Solutions”.
Provide operating advice and assistance on administrative and management issues. Examples include:
Inherently Governmental services as identified in FAR 7.503 or by the ordering agency are prohibited. It is the responsibility of the Contracting Officer placing the order to make this determination. Ordering activities must require prospective contractors to identify potential conflicts of interest and address those, prior to task order award. Personal services as defined in FAR 37.104 are prohibited.
Typical tasks include, but are not limited to:
NOTE: Services under this SIN cannot include architect-engineer services as defined in the Brooks Act and FAR Part 2 or construction services as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 and Part 2.
Ancillary supplies and/or services are support supplies and/or services which are not within the scope of any other SIN on this schedule. These supplies and/or services are necessary to compliment a contractor’s offerings to provide a solution to a customer requirement. This SIN may be used for orders and blanket purchase agreements that involve work or a project that is solely associated with the supplies and/or services purchased under this schedule.
The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SIN(s) that are part of this schedule. Ancillary supplies and/or services shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary supplies and/or services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of supplies or services purchased under another SIN(s) of the same schedule.
Items awarded under Ancillary Supplies and Services or other direct cost (ODC) SINs are not Order-Level Materials (OLMs). Ancillary Supplies and Services SIN items are defined, priced, and awarded at the FSS contract level, whereas OLMs are unknown before an order is placed. See the OLM SIN for more information on OLMs.
Items awarded under Ancillary Supplies and Services or other direct cost (ODC) SINs are not OLMs. Ancillary Supplies and Services SIN items are defined, priced, and awarded at the FSS contract level, whereas OLMs are unknown before an order is placed. The Ancillary Supplies and Services and ODC SINs are for use under all order type CLINs (Fixed-Price (FP), T&M, and LH), whereas the OLM SIN is only authorized for use under T&M and LH order CLINs.
The OLM SIN is only authorized for use in direct support of another awarded SIN. Price analysis for OLMs is not conducted when awarding the FSS contract or FSS BPA; therefore, GSAR 538.270 and 538.271 do not apply to OLMs. OLMs are defined and priced at the ordering activity level in accordance with GSAR clause 552.238-82 Special Ordering Procedures for the Acquisition of OLMs. Prices for items provided under the OLM SIN must be inclusive of the Industrial Funding Fee (IFF). The value of OLMs in a task or delivery order, or the cumulative value of OLMs in orders against an FSS BPA awarded under an FSS contract, cannot exceed 33.33%.
Due to a system limitation, a Maximum Order, PSC, and NAICS have been assigned to the OLM SIN. The assignment of a Maximum Order, PSC and NAICS to the OLM SIN does not limit the OLMs that can be proposed in direct support of a Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) task/delivery order or FSS blanket purchase agreement.
Section 833 of the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2007 (Public Law 109-364) amended 40 U.S.C. 502 to authorize the Administrator of General Services to provide for the use of Federal Supply Schedules by state and local governments for the purchase of products and services to be used in advance of a major disaster declared by the president, as well as in the aftermath of an emergency event (such as a major disaster, terrorism, or a nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attack) to facilitate recovery. State and local government entities are responsible for ensuring that the products or services purchased are to be used to facilitate recovery.
Contract Administration James (Jim) Findley 703.610.2290 Toll-Free: 877.662.4799 email@example.com
Noblis is a GSA MAS contract holder for the IT category under contract #GS-35F-0590W. This contract is a multiple award schedule that grants agencies direct access to commercial experts who can thoroughly address the needs of the government IT community through Special Item Numbers (SINs). These SINs cover the most general-purpose commercial IT hardware, software and services.
This contract allows for choice, flexibility, ease of use and access to the highest quality of IT products, services and solutions for small business and industry giants.
Click here to view a table of GSA MAS IT70 legacy SINs.
Includes resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, millennium conversion services, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, subscriptions/publications (electronic media) and other services. Subject to cooperative purchasing.*
Cyber Hunt activities are responses to crisis or urgent situations within the pertinent domain to mitigate immediate and potential threats. Cyber Hunt activities start with the premise that threat actors known to target some organizations in a specific industry, or specific systems, are likely to also target other organizations in the same industry or with the same systems. Use information and threat intelligence specifically focused on the proximate incident to identify undiscovered attacks. Investigates and analyzes all relevant response activities.
Includes value added network services, e-mail services, Internet access services and other data transmission services. Subject to cooperative purchasing.* Available Items Include:
Supports planning, risk assessment, deployment, implementation and integration of Identity and Access Management (IAM) with customer agency applications, both certificate-based and non-certificate-based. Subject to cooperative purchasing.*
*Cooperative Purchasing Information – Under the Cooperative Purchasing Program, state and local government entities may purchase a variety of IT products, software and services from contracts awarded under GSA Federal Supply Schedule 70, Information Technology.
Contract Administration James (Jim) Findley Principal Contract Negotiator/Administrator Noblis, Inc., 2002 Edmund Halley Drive, Reston, VA 20191 703.610.2290 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales/Ordering Information 877.662.4799 email@example.com
Noblis is a GSA MAS contract holder for the Facilities Category under contract #GS-21F-0023W for integrated logistics and energy consulting services. Contracting with Noblis through our GSA Schedule is easy and quick using the following Special Item Numbers (SINs) and services:
Services include providing advice and assistance on technical domains and issues (except those covered by the environmental, energy and IT consulting SINs on this Schedule). Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to: strategic planning, feasibility analysis, requirements determination, policy interpretation and support, process analysis and/or development, research studies, testing (other than laboratory testing), program analysis and associated support tasks.
Includes services related to energy management to include renewable energy studies and projects, energy services related training, resource efficiency management (REM) services, water conservation, building commissioning, re-commissioning and retro-commissioning, energy audits, energy consumption metering services, testing and evaluation of networked energy management systems, energy security, LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC), Power Purchase Agreements, consulting on carbon emissions trading programs, renewable energy credits/certificates, greenhouse gas measurement and management, high performance sustainable buildings and sustainable design principles, resilience of Federal infrastructure and operations, energy services consulting etc.
Technical Contact Jill Thijs firstname.lastname@example.org
Contract Administration James (Jim) Findley Principal Contract Negotiator/Administrator Noblis, Inc., 2002 Edmund Halley Drive, Reston, VA 20191 703.610.2290 Toll-Free: 877.662.4799 email@example.com
Noblis MSD, formerly McKean Defense (DUNS # 60-715-6809), holds SeaPort-NxG Prime Contract (N00178-19-D-8085). The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this contract is 541330 – Engineering Services, utilizing the exception for marine engineering and naval architecture – average annual receipts – $41.5M.
SeaPort-NxG is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 23 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, NAVWAR, NAVFAC and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Military Sealift Command (MSC) and the United States Marine Corps (USMC) compete their service requirements amongst 1800+ SeaPort-NxG Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contract (MAC) holders. It provides an efficient and effective means of contracting for professional support services.
SeaPort-NxG has a 5-year Base period with one 5-year option (2 Jan 2019 – 1 Jan 2024 and 2 Jan 2024 – 1 Jan 2029). Task Order performance periods can be up to 5 years. There are 23 functional areas spanning engineering support and program management support services. Several contract types are available – fixed price, cost reimbursement, award fee, incentive fee and labor hour terms. There is no contract access fee. Prime contractors may add an unlimited number of small or large business partners to their teams.
Partners are essential to our success and add value to our solutions and help us achieve our clients’ goals. When you partner with Noblis MSD on SeaPort-NxG, you will be a valued and recognized member of our team. When we work together, we can give you access to our systems and space so you can contribute effectively and efficiently. We make sure that capabilities across the SeaPort-NxG Task Order teams are complementary and we encourage clear communication of expectations throughout the relationship. We share across the team in our successes, our challenges, our lessons learned and our professional growth.
Mike Denny 571.405.5530 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robyn Patterson 609.923.4050 email@example.com
For ordering procedures and additional information, visit the SeaPort-NxG Vendor Webpage.
Noblis is a prime contractor for the JAIC BPA. The DoD JAIC was established in 2018 to be the focal point of the DoD Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy to accelerate scaling AI and its impact across the Department. Working closely with the Services, Combatant Commands, and other Components, JAIC identifies appropriate use cases for AI across DoD, rapidly pilots solutions and scales impact across its enterprise.
The JAIC mission is “to accelerate the delivery of AI-enabled capabilities, scale the Department-wide impact of AI, and synchronize DoD AI activities to expand Joint Force advantages.”
The purpose of the JAIC T&E BPA is to acquire new and innovative AI test tools, capabilities and services that can enable the DoD to rapidly test and validate AI capabilities developed for DoD operations and missions.
The PWS includes: (1) acquisition of commercial AI tools and services, (2) development of new AI tools and services, (3) integration of AI tools and services into environments, (4) operation and support of AI tools and services, and (5) use of AI tools and services to conduct AI testing on AI models and software applications.
The Scope includes the work, performance, processes, and accountabilities in support of the DoD and US Government’s AI test and evaluation objectives in the following areas:
The DoD and US Government require test technology and tools for a variety of AI, automation, and autonomy applications. The anticipated AI T&E focus areas may include development of T&E capabilities to support the Government’s full spectrum of emerging AI technologies, to include, Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL), and Neural Networks (NN) with focus on the following:
Agencies and organizations within the DoD and US Government require T&E services. The JAIC T&E office provides T&E services to the Mission Initiatives (MIs) in the JAIC and DoD as a whole. Specific T&E services will be identified at the Call Order level by the requirement owner. Required T&E services could include, but are not limited to, the following:
All proposed solutions must align with JCF and Mission Initiative infrastructure needs, i.e., cloud-based test tools that are containerized and should be designed and developed in a responsible manner such as outlined in the Department of Defense AI Ethical Principles, adopted February 2020 (“DoD AI Ethical Principles”).
Many of the AI T&E products acquired or developed under this PWS will be required to align and interoperate with the Joint Common Foundation (JCF).
The JCF is the DoD’s AI platform that will provide a common set of AI tools, services, workspaces, and processes for developing, testing, certifying, deploying, and operating AI capabilities for the DoD.
The JCF will initially be built and operated in the DoD enterprise cloud, but will expand to interconnect with DoD bases, facilities, test ranges, training centers, tactical sites, and weapons and sensor platforms into a distributed DoD AI ecosystem. An important aspect of the JCF is the incorporation of modern, agile, automated, DevSecOps tools and processes for AI data science, AI model development and validation, and AI software development, testing, and certification.
In most cases, the T&E tools, capabilities, and services acquired, developed, or operated under this BPA will be required to conform to JCF published standards and practices. In many cases, the T&E tools, capabilities, and services acquired, developed, or operated under this BPA will be required to be integrated into the JCF and operated as part of the evolving JCF baseline.
The types of activities anticipated for aligning and/or integrating AI T&E products and services into the JCF include, but are not limited to, the following:
Patrick Hannon Senior Intelligence Solutions Director firstname.lastname@example.org 571.732.7684
Rachel Mayhew Noblis Contract Manager email@example.com Ph: 703.609.2592