Defense Technical Information Center Information Analysis Center
Multiple Award Contract

Joint Venture partners Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA) and Envisioneering, Inc., a small business, were awarded a contract by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC). The broad technical scope supports all aspects of identified or potential military, national security-related, and dual use applications of related technologies and methods.

This contract award in Small Business Pool 2 is expected to generate multiple Task Orders (TOs) valued at or below $15M through the contract end in 2027. The Joint Venture will perform the TOs and manage the overall contract under the E-SPA JV PMO Program Management Plan. The individual task order management plans will describe in greater detail the execution of the project statement of work.

The E-SPA JV established a Program Management Office to assist with every stage of the process from marketing support to requirements definition to TO response and execution on behalf of our team members and Government clients. The PMO is designed to be scalable to best meet the needs of DTIC IAC MAC.


TOs are performed on behalf of, and funded by, a requiring activity authorized to use DTIC services. The IAC Program Management Office (PMO) has a dedicated Customer Support Cell (CSC) to help the requiring activity (RA) through the entire process of requirements package development and submission. To work with the IAC PMO, the E-SPA JV has established a PMO specifically to manage the DTIC IAC MAC contract. The PMO provides all the corporate resources for implementing sound and reasonable business practices, project management tools, standards, and methodologies for IDIQ and TO execution.

The Defense Technical Information Center Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (DITC IAC MAC) encompass emerging Government Research and Development (R&D) or other scientific and technical analysis requirements for basic and applied research, RDT&E services, other R&D-related analytical services, and development of doctrine, tactics or plans to achieve agency and national goals. R&D-related analytical services may constitute scientific, engineering, studies, research and other technical advisory services incidental to a significant component of R&D TOs. The MAC supports 11 service areas (R&D Breadth of Support, Technical Development, Evaluation, Plans and Frameworks, Implementation, Research and analyses, Training Non-Routine, Operations and Support Development Analysis, General analysis and STI Subject Matter Expertise, Technical Conferences and Meetings, and Other R&D Services) across 3 Business Centers of Operation (Defense Systems, Homeland Defense & Security, Cybersecurity & Information Systems) containing 22 Technical Focus Areas.

DTIC IAC Website: https://dodiac.dtic.mil/


  • Defense Systems

    • Weapons Systems
    • Autonomous Systems
    • Survivability & Vulnerability
    • RMQSI
    • Advanced Materials
    • Military Sensing
    • Energetics
    • Directed Energy
    • Non-Lethal Weapons & Information Operations
    • C4ISR
  • Cyber Security & Information Systems

    • Cyber Security
    • Software & Data Analysis
    • Modeling & Simulation
    • Knowledge Management & Information Sharing
  • Homeland Defense & Security

    • Homeland Security & Defense
    • Critical Infrastructure Protection
    • Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Biometrics
    • Medical
    • Cultural Studies
    • Alternative Energy
    • CBRN Non-Laboratory