P4-B-pieces-03

1. De-obligation, or Re-allocation, of funds:
1 July 2022

If you wish to de-obligate funds (FY22 expiring funds) on an active IAC task order, we must receive the de-obligating instrument by this date. This deadline also applies to any re-allocation of expiring funds (e.g., CLIN change from travel to labor).

P4-B-pieces-03

2. Incremental Funding MIPRs:
1 Sept 2022

If you wish to fund work using FY22 expiring funds, we must receive the funding instrument (MIPR or 7600B) by this date.

Please note: this deadline does not apply for new awards. We will accept a MIPR/7600B for a new task order award occurring in FY22 to accomplish the award.

Please have the ACOR organization send all funding actions to dtic.belvoir.rm.mbx.iac-mipr@mail.mil

FY21 State of the IACs

ELIMINATE
REDUNDANCY

FOSTER
COLLABORATION

STIMULATE
INNOVATION

RESEARCH &
ANALYSIS
SERVICES

AGILE & SCALABLE
CONTRACTING
SERVICES

REDUCE SPENDING
& CAPITALIZE ON
PREVIOUS INVESTMENTS

EXPEDITE DEVELOPMENT
& DEPLOYMENT
OF SOLUTIONS

DODIAC-P2-A-03

ELIMINATE
REDUNDANCY

STIMULATE
INNOVATION

RESEARCH &
ANALYSIS
SERVICES

AGILE & SCALABLE
CONTRACTING
SERVICES

TECHNICAL FOCUS AREAS

The DoD IAC's services span across 22 Technical Focus Areas, each critical to the needs of the Department and mapped to one of the three corresponding primary domain areas: Defense Systems, Cyber-Security and Information Systems, and Homeland Defense and Security.

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DOD IAC NEWS

 

Enhancing IAC MAC Competition
Memorandum for IAC MAC IDIQ Contract Holders

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FY21 State of the IACs

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Recent Success Stories

Homeland Defense - Automatic Generation of Yara Rules to Target Malware
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Defense System - Equips SOCCENT with Fires Warfighting Function
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IAC MAC - Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Campaign-Level Modeling and Analysis Plan
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HDIAC SOAR 2021

New HDIAC SOAR Release

Critical Infrastructure Protection Part I and II

Critical Infrastructure Protection is one of the HDIAC’s eight technical focus areas and was chosen as the subject of our latest state of the art report due to its importance to the nation. Critical Infrastructure Protection is composed of National Infrastructure, Physical and Virtual Systems, Cyber Infrastructure, and Continuity of Operations.

Download the full report here.