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CONTACT US

Please contact us for more information on our
Research & Analysis and Agile & Scalable Contracting Services

CONTACT INFORMATION
Below are the points of contact for the Information Analysis Center (IAC) program.
  Phone Address Mail Mail
PHONE ADDRESS EMAIL WEB
Phone 800-225-3842 (Press 4) 8725 John J. Kingman Rd
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6218
dtic.belvoir.iac.mbx.dodiacs@mail.mil https://dodiac.dtic.mil
Below are the points of contact for the Basic Centers of Operation
  Phone Address Mail Mail
  PHONE ADDRESS EMAIL WEB
Phone 800-214-7921 266 Genesee St.
Utica, NY 13502-1348
info@csiac.org www.csiac.org
Phone 443-360-4600 4695 Millennium Dr
Belcamp, MD 21017
contact@dsiac.org www.dsiac.org
Phone 877-363-7422 901 N Stuart St., Suite 401
Arlington, VA 22203
info@hdiac.org www.hdiac.org
Below are the points of contact for the TAT MAC Contract
  Phone Phone Mail
  POC PHONE EMAIL
Phone Contracting Officer - Alan Brady
COR - Patricia Coulter
COR - Melinda Rozga-Moore
402-232-8658
571-448-9606
571-448-9611
alan.brady@us.af.mil
patricia.s.coulter4.civ@mail.mil
melinda.l.rozga-moore.civ@mail.mil
Phone Contracting Officer - Brian Stricker
COR - Jennifer Heddings
402- 232-7468
571-488-9751
brian.stricker.1@us.af.mil
jennifer.j.heddings.civ@mail.mil
Phone Contracting Officer - Jeff Study
COR - Harvey Bullock
401-232-1467
571-448-9602
Jeffrey.study.1@us.af.mil
harvey.r.bullock.civ@mail.mil
Below are the points of contact for the IAC MAC Contract
  Phone Phone Mail
  POC PHONE EMAIL
Phone Contracting Officer - Brian Stricker
COR - Jennifer Heddings
402- 232-7468
571-488-9751
brian.stricker.1@us.af.mil
jennifer.j.heddings.civ@mail.mil
Phone Contracting Officer - Alan Brady
COR - Melinda Rozga-Moore
402-232-8658
571-448-9611
alan.brady@us.af.mil
melinda.l.rozga-moore.civ@mail.mil
Phone Contracting Officer - Jeff Study
COR - Harvey Bullock
401-232-1467
571-448-9602
Jeffrey.study.1@us.af.mil
harvey.r.bullock.civ@mail.mil
Phone Contracting Officer - Stanley Stearns
COR - Patricia Coulter
402-294-4711
571-448-9606
stanley.stearns@us.af.mil
patricia.s.coulter4.civ@mail.mil
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LATEST DEADLINES AND POLICY UPDATES

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Deadline

Posted August 30, 2018

September 1, 2018

Last day MIPRs (or 7600Bs) that have FY18-expiring funding intended to fund incremental work on existing TATs will be accepted.

Note: This excludes funds needed to accomplish award of a new TAT. 

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Policy Update

Posted Posted July 15, 2018

July 19, 2018

DTIC will no longer accept the payment of the Customer Share Direct Cost (CSDC) fee that is funded with FY 2018 expiring appropriations (e.g. FY 2018 O&M, 17/18 RDT&E, etc.).

  • Customers with access to available multi-year funding (i.e., funds that expire after 30 September 2018, e.g. 18/19 RDT&E, No-Year Funds, etc.) must use these nonexpiring funds to pay the CSDC (currently at 1.2%).

 

  • Customers that do NOT have access to non-expiring funds, may fund TAT efforts with expiring funds and the CSDC fee for these customers is waived.

Note: DTIC will return any CSDC received that cannot be accepted in Block 12b of the DD448-2. Please DO NOT send amended DD448s for funds returned in 12b, as DTIC will need to reject them

  • Customers funding TAT efforts with appropriations that expire in FY 2019 or later must continue to provide CSDC on all funding documents (Currently at 1.2).

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