Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Cyber Security and Information Systems (CS) Technical Area Tasks (TATs).
- Partial Small Business Set-Aside subcontract awarded by Solers, Inc.
- Full & Open subcontract awarded by Battelle
DITC CS-TATs -
The broad technical scope includes all cyber security and information systems-related research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) services and/or analyses that will generate Scientific and Technical Information (STI). RDT&E services are defined at DFARS 235.001 and DoD Financial Management Regulation Volume 2B/Chapter 5, paragraph 050201.
These services may support all aspects of identified or potential military, national security-related, and dual use applications of related technologies and methods, as well as the development of tools and techniques that enhance the mission of the DoD Research and Engineering community.
All TATs must include an analysis component and generate new STI. The CS TAT scope does not include task orders where the predominant amount of effort is for any, or a combination of, routine operational and maintenance-type services such as data entry, maintenance and training on fully developed/deployed systems, help-desk support on developed systems, functions that are solely administrative, etc. All TATs must be for the primary purpose of analysis or development that will generate re-useable STI. Routine "operational" type services will be permitted to be included on a TAT only as long as they are incidental to, and necessary for, completion of related scientific and technical analysis/developmental efforts that will generate STI.
The technical focus areas of CS-TATs are: Software Data & Analysis, Cyber Security (CS), Modeling and Simulation (M&S), and Knowledge Management and Information Sharing.
Direct management of AST assets in support of all CS-TATs activities is the responsibility of - Program Manager, located in Lawton, OK.