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USSOCOM Seeks Mobile Workstation Concepts

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The U.S. Special Operations Command is interested in working with vendors to design, build and test mobile workstations for the transportation of military personnel and server storage to mission areas.

SOCOM said in a notice posted on SAM.gov that SOFWERX, a public-private innovation factory that helps connect industry with military programs, will host a three-day virtual assessment event in January for interested offerors to present their ideas for the support truck prototype project.

The command is seeking three workstations that can accommodate at least four passengers and six racks of server storage, supply multiple internal and external 20A 120 volts alternating current power receptacles and feature a climate-controlled work environment.

The selection process is divided into four phases, with the last phase culminating in federal acquisition regulation or non-FAR contracts with partners that meet SOCOM requirements. 

The main virtual assessment event will run from Jan. 3 to Jan. 5 where selected participants will have the chance to pitch and demonstrate proposals through a one-on-one session with a SOCOM panel of assessors.

Interested parties can submit their concepts for the mobile workstations from Oct. 28 to Nov. 28. Following a review of the submissions, proposers who meet the requirements will receive an invitation to the event on or around Dec. 9.