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FY17 IAC Program Customers

Top 10 Air Force

1.Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). 2.US Fleet Forces Command (USFF). 3.Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). 4.Space and Naval Warfar Systems Command (SPARWAR). 5.Chief of Naval Operations (CNO). 6.Chief of Naval Research (CNR). 7.Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED). 8.US Pacific Command (USPACOM). 9.Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV). 10.Navy Systems Management Activity (NSMA).

What are IAC Multiple Award Contracts (MAC)?

The IAC Multiple Award Contracts (MAC) are Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contracts for Research and Development (R&D) and/or Advisory & Assistance Services related to research and development (R&D) efforts. The IAC Program has three MACs with different scope areas:

What are IAC Basic Centers of Operation (BCO)?

The Basic Centers of Operation (BCO) perform functions necessary to fulfill the mission and objectives applicable to the DoD Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) and acquisition communities' needs. These activities focus on the collection, analysis, synthesizing/processing and dissemination of Scientific and Technical Information (STI). The IAC Program has three MACs with different scope areas:

"IACs serve as a proven resource for maximizing the value of each dollar the department spends."

Preferred Use of DoD IAC Contracts - Memo January 2015

Case Studies TUA MIPR 1144

SOTI 2017

2017 State of the Information Analysis Centers (IAC

This State of the Information Analysis Centers (IAC) report is being published for the first time to provide a snapshot of the health and direction of the Department of Defense (DoD) IAC program as it moves into its 71st year of providing critical, flexible, and efficient research and analysis to DoD laboratories, acquisition program managers, Program Executive Officers (PEO), and Combatant Commands.

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