The objective of this task order is to provide the functional support required at the 9th Air Force Rear Mission Support Element (RMSE) at Shaw AFB to assist in the organizing, training and equipping of deployers into a JTF HQ. This contract support will result in a core JTF HQ staff that is mission-ready to Organize, Train, and Equip the Joint Force. Basing the team out of Shaw AFB, collocated with ARCENT will allow for efficient and frequent interchanges regarding the Joint HQ composed primarily of USA and USAF personnel.
Perform as Lead Contractor to manage and update course existing curricula utilizing in-house expertise and external capabilities such as Air University or 505th Wing to execute training in most cost efficient manner.
Plan and allocate staff to provide instruction using the Government-provided syllabus JTF Staff Basic Course. Will coordinate on the syllabus modifications and present them at the next Syllabus Review Board, per ACCI 36-2252, with end-of-course analysis reports as needed.
Design and conduct practical and classroom exercises in accordance with the curriculum to ensure functional understanding of military decision making processes including Boards, Bureaus, Centers, Cells, and Working Groups (B2C2WG) structure.
Train JTF personnel regarding current and predicted operational environments, missions, and requirements. Support approximately 6 classes per year with a notional class size of 40 personnel.
Assist lead contractor Joint Task Force Computer and Communications Senior Planner (para 4.7) to define the hardware and software requirements and configurations for JTF exercises both at home and deployed.
Perform as Lead contractor to advise and assist with an annual Syllabus Review Conference to provide input and changes to RMSE course syllabi.
Perform as Lead Contractor to review, coordinate, and prepare JTF Stan Eval MQF.
Assist lead contractor Knowledge Manager and Task Management Tool Manager (para 4.14) to support JTF Training, Standardization, and Evaluation programs by developing and maintaining any checklists, TTPs, MQFs, and provide policy reviews.
2 years of joint exercises, exercise white cell responsibilities, and exercise scenario development.
5 years of joint exercise planner/coordinator.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.