Centauri provides tasking, processing, exploitation, dissemination, archiving, Research and Development (R&D), and associated activities for Geospatial-Intelligence (GEOINT) and non-nuclear Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT) at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.
Centauri provides research and development technical assistance and systems support in the development, testing, and fielding of future Command and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) systems. The range of support provided extends from evaluation of alternatives and initial engineering design to operational deployment of systems that provide image intelligence (IMINT), communications intelligence (COMINT), signal intelligence (SIGINT), and/or measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) services to the war fighter.
Centauri supports multiple Task Orders under the ORCA contract, supporting system development, component integration, and high performance computing applications for Space Situational Awareness (SSA). We also provide satellite custody and characterization technologies to the AFRL.
DTIC IAC MAC
Through the DTIC IAC MAC, Centauri offers a broad range of RDT&E services to DoD customers. These include Cybersecurity, R&D, Modeling and Simulation, Directed Energy, Critical Infrastructure Protection, CBRNE, and other advisory services for complex technical and scientific requirements.
Under the PANACEA BAA, Centauri supports the Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC), which is one of five Defense Supercomputing Resource Centers. We provide R&D solutions to increase the overall breadth and impact of the High Performance Computing Modernization Program. Centauri is supporting the creation of a modern ecosystem, in an attempt to lower the barriers to HPC.
As a Prime contract holder of the Army RS3 contract, Centauri provides Professional Support Services to support all aspects of the C4ISR mission. We offer SETA, RDT&E, Engineering, Acquisition and Strategic Planning, and Education and Training through this vehicle to both the Army and the DoD as a whole.
Centauri is currently fulfilling the Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command's continuing requirement for Seaport-e called Next Generation SeaPort (SeaPort-NxG).
GSA PSS 871
The Professional Services Schedule (PSS) enables Federal agencies to procure a wide variety of professional services using a single Schedule contract. This Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) was awarded to IAI to support SINS 871 1, 3, 4, and 6. Through these SINS, Centauri provides Professional Engineering Services, described in more detail below.
The AFIT System Engineering Program covers the full scope of Systems Engineering activity involved with doing concept development, requirements analysis and trade-off, translation of a system concept into a preliminary and detailed design, and demonstrating how a system performs in accordance with objectives. Centauri provides the technical and functional expertise required to effectively execute the following tasks: Systems Engineering Design, Redesign, and Integration, Systems Engineering Education & Training Delivery, Instructional Design & Post-processing Support, and Other Design and Integration.
GSA Schedule 84 Law Enforcement and Security Equipment
This schedule provides total solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft, and Emergency/Disaster Response. DGS was awarded two SINs on this schedule to provide Professional Security/Facility Management Services including security consulting, training and facility management consulting (SIN 246-52) and Security System Integration, Design, Management, and Life Cycle Support (SIN 246 60 1).
The Professional Services Schedule (PSS) enables Federal agencies to procure a wide variety of professional services using a single Schedule contract. This Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) was awarded to DGS support Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) SIN 874 -1 and SIN 874-7 as described in the scope below.
GSA IT Schedule 70
This MAS was awarded to DGS to support SIN 132-51 Information Technology Professional Services, four subcategories for the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) SIN 132-45, and Term Software License SIN 132-32. In late FY2016, GSA has established four new HACS SINs on the IT Schedule 70, in support of the President’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) and the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP). The HACS SINs allow agencies a more reliable access to key, pre-vetted support services that will expand agencies’ capacity to test their high-priority IT systems, rapidly address potential vulnerabilities, and stop adversaries before they impact our networks. DGS was the fourth in the nation to be on the list of approved service providers (a combined pool of large and small businesses) under the GSA HACS SINs.
GSA STARS II
8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services (STARS II) is designed to promote small business utilization when purchasing information technology (IT) services or IT services-based solutions for the federal government. The 8(a) STARS II program is reserved exclusively for qualifying certified 8(a) small business concerns as the prime contractors per Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 19.8. The 8(a) STARS II design consists of two constellations (tiers) based on industry accreditations. Constellation I includes industry partners with competitive pricing and technical proficiency. Constellation II includes industry partners who have competitive pricing, technical proficiency, and an additional industry credential. The industry credentials for constellation II include one or more of the following:
* Capability Maturity Model Integration II+ (services or development)
* ISO 9001: 2000 (replaced by ISO 9001:2008)
* ISO 9001: 2008
Advanced Technical Exploitation Program II
Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Targeting
Online Representations and Certifications
Defense Technical Information Center Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract
Pacific-AFRL-National Agency Computing Environment for Analytics
Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services
SeaPort Next Generation
General Services Administration Professional Services Schedule 871
Air Force Institute of Technology System Engineering Program
General Services Administration Schedule 84 Law Enforcement and Security Equipment
General Services Administration Professional Services Schedule
General Services Administration IT Schedule 70
General Services Administration Streamlined Technology Application Resource for Services II
General Services Administration (GSA)
The Federal Government and contractors supporting Government contracts may use the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) to obtain services from us. Centauri currently holds the Professional Engineering Services (PES) GS-23F-0076M and the GSA IT Schedule 70 contract: GS-35F-197AA.
For more information regarding our GSA contracts, contact our GSA Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On August 7, 1998 the President signed into law the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998. They significantly expanded and strengthened the technology access requirements in Section 508. On April 18, 2001 the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) was revised to implement Section 508 as required by law. The FAR now requires all Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) developed, procured, maintained or used by the federal government be accessible to people with disabilities. The regulation impacts acquisitions of EIT effective June 25, 2001.
The Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program awards indefinite quantity contracts for use by all federal agencies, and under the revised FAR, must provide accessibility information to federal agencies. This information must indicate which supplies and services the contractors indicate as compliant with the accessibility standards and show where full details of compliance can be found, such as a contractor’s website. When issuing orders against Schedule contracts agencies must ensure the supplies and services meet applicable accessibility standards unless an exemption applies.
The definition of EIT and the accessibility standards were developed by the Access Board. These standards, requirement exceptions, the FAR rule and a wealth of other information regarding the Federal IT Accessibility Initiative can be found at www.section508.gov. The accessibility standards also can be found at 36 CFR Part 1194.
When purchasing EIT agencies must conduct market research to determine what level of Section 508 compliance exists in the commercial EIT market place. Centauri will provide agencies with all information available regarding compliance with accessibility standards, partial compliance or what accessibility features are offered on products and services provided by Centauri. Centauri is in the process of identifying each product or service with Section 508 information available. This Section 508 information will be contained in this section of this website.