Systems Engineering, Technology, and Innovation (SETI)

Contract Number:  HC1047-18-D-2012

SETI Overview

The objective of the SETI Contract vehicle is to provide quality engineering and technical support, services, and products globally under a multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) Task Order Contract for DoD, DISA, and DISA mission partners. SETI provides an overarching streamlined process for ordering a wide variety of critical IT engineering performance-based services while ensuring consistency and maximum opportunity for competition. It is a crucial vehicle for enabling the Agency to address the growing and dynamic engineering and technical needs of today’s and tomorrow’s Warfighter in a more streamlined and cost-effective approach. SETI promotes the delivery of innovative systems and capabilities using mature and emerging technologies and standards to achieve and improve towards a collaborative, adaptive, secure, expeditious, and interoperable enterprise information environment.

SETI focuses on the following task areas:
  • Task Area 1 – Systems Engineering
  • Task Area 2 – Design Analysis Engineering
  • Task Area 3 – Systems Architecture
  • Task Area 4 – Software Systems Design and Development
  • Task Area 5 – Systems Integration
  • Task Area 6 – Systems Test and Evaluation
  • Task Area 7 – Systems Deployment and Life-Cycle Engineering
  • Task Area 8 – Special Systems Engineering Requirements

Contract Profile

  • Award Date: 6/14/2018
  • SETI has two separate suites of contracts: Large and Small
  • Contract Number: HC1047-18-D-2012
  • Contract Types: All variations of fixed price and cost-type contracts, in addition to T&M and labor hour
  • $7.5B IDIQ Ceiling
  • Ten-year period of performance
    • Five-year base (7/18/2019-7/17/2024)
    • Five-year option (7/18/2024-7/17/2029)
What Makes SETI Unique

SETI is a strategic sourcing tool that was structured and designed for:

  • Fostering innovation | Solving complex IT problems
  • Facilitating bi-lateral and candid communications with industry | Delivering best-values solutions
  • Connecting innovative companies directly to requirement owners | Fostering partnerships
  • Streamlining and normalizing the Innovation Processes from the ground up!
  • Implementing innovative contracting strategies tailored to each unique requirement, to include right sizing the balance between need for speed to award and complexity in meeting requirement
Northrop Grumman Points of Contact:

SETI Program Manager
Christina Bruton
7575 Colshire Drive
McLean VA 22102

SETI Contracts Manager
Monica Kulisch
7575 Colshire Drive
McLean, VA 22102
(703) 713-4588