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General Information

Document Type:AWARD
Posted Date:Nov 07, 2017
Category: Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of State, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Institute, Office of Acquisitions, FSI/EX/ACQ, 4000 Arlington Boulevard, SA-42 Room F2130, Arlington, Virginia, 22204, United States

Description

Contract Award Date:         DTD 092517

Contract Award Number:    CNT SFSIAQ17D0004

Contract Award Amount:     AMT $15,000,000

Contract Line Item Number: 

Contractor:     TO DANIEL EKE AND ASSOCIATES, P.C., 8701 Georgia Avenue<br />, Suite 503, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, United StatesThe Foreign Service Institute (FSI) is the Federal Governments primary training institution for officers and support personnel of the U.S. foreign affairs community, preparing American diplomats and other professionals to advance U.S. foreign affairs interests overseas and in Washington. At the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, the FSI provides more than 800 courses-including some 70 foreign languages-to more than 100,000 enrollees a year from the State Department and more than 40 other government agencies and the military service branches. FSI develops the men and women our nation requires to fulfill our leadership role in world affairs and to advance and defend U.S. interests. The Institutes programs include training for the professional development of Foreign Service administrative, consular, economic/commercial, political, and public diplomacy officers; for specialists in the fields of information management, office management, security, and medical practitioners and nurses; for Foreign Service Nationals who work at U.S. posts around the world; and for Civil Service employees of the State Department and other agencies. Ranging in length from one day to two years, courses are designed to promote successful performance in each professional assignment, to ease the adjustment to other countries and cultures, and to enhance the leadership and management capabilities of the U.S. foreign affairs community. Other courses and services help family members prepare for the demands of a mobile lifestyle and living abroad, and provide employees and their families with important information about such critical and timely topics as emergency preparedness and cyber security awareness, among others. FSI requires professional services, and other operational and training program support services within the five schools, EX, and the Office of the Director. The the scope encompasses a broad range of program support and professional expertise necessary to facilitate the critical training that FSI delivers. The Contractor shall provide staff, both cleared and uncleared, to support FSIs constantly evolving training objectives while maximizing customer service provided at the many schools and divisions that utilize this contract.|**|TO DANIEL EKE AND ASSOCIATES, P.C., 8701 Georgia Avenue<br />, Suite 503, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, United StatesThe Foreign Service Institute (FSI) is the Federal Governments primary training institution for officers and support personnel of the U.S. foreign affairs community, preparing American diplomats and other professionals to advance U.S. foreign affairs interests overseas and in Washington. At the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, the FSI provides more than 800 courses-including some 70 foreign languages-to more than 100,000 enrollees a year from the State Department and more than 40 other government agencies and the military service branches. FSI develops the men and women our nation requires to fulfill our leadership role in world affairs and to advance and defend U.S. interests. The Institutes programs include training for the professional development of Foreign Service administrative, consular, economic/commercial, political, and public diplomacy officers; for specialists in the fields of information management, office management, security, and medical practitioners and nurses; for Foreign Service Nationals who work at U.S. posts around the world; and for Civil Service employees of the State Department and other agencies. Ranging in length from one day to two years, courses are designed to promote successful performance in each professional assignment, to ease the adjustment to other countries and cultures, and to enhance the leadership and management capabilities of the U.S. foreign affairs community. Other courses and services help family members prepare for the demands of a mobile lifestyle and living abroad, and provide employees and their families with important information about such critical and timely topics as emergency preparedness and cyber security awareness, among others. FSI requires professional services, and other operational and training program support services within the five schools, EX, and the Office of the Director. The the scope encompasses a broad range of program support and professional expertise necessary to facilitate the critical training that FSI delivers. The Contractor shall provide staff, both cleared and uncleared, to support FSIs constantly evolving training objectives while maximizing customer service provided at the many schools and divisions that utilize this contract.|**|TO DANIEL EKE AND ASSOCIATES, P.C., 8701 Georgia Avenue<br />, Suite 503, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, United StatesThe Foreign Service Institute (FSI) is the Federal Governments primary training institution for officers and support personnel of the U.S. foreign affairs community, preparing American diplomats and other professionals to advance U.S. foreign affairs interests overseas and in Washington. At the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, the FSI provides more than 800 courses-including some 70 foreign languages-to more than 100,000 enrollees a year from the State Department and more than 40 other government agencies and the military service branches. FSI develops the men and women our nation requires to fulfill our leadership role in world affairs and to advance and defend U.S. interests. The Institutes programs include training for the professional development of Foreign Service administrative, consular, economic/commercial, political, and public diplomacy officers; for specialists in the fields of information management, office management, security, and medical practitioners and nurses; for Foreign Service Nationals who work at U.S. posts around the world; and for Civil Service employees of the State Department and other agencies. Ranging in length from one day to two years, courses are designed to promote successful performance in each professional assignment, to ease the adjustment to other countries and cultures, and to enhance the leadership and management capabilities of the U.S. foreign affairs community. Other courses and services help family members prepare for the demands of a mobile lifestyle and living abroad, and provide employees and their families with important information about such critical and timely topics as emergency preparedness and cyber security awareness, among others. FSI requires professional services, and other operational and training program support services within the five schools, EX, and the Office of the Director. The the scope encompasses a broad range of program support and professional expertise necessary to facilitate the critical training that FSI delivers. The Contractor shall provide staff, both cleared and uncleared, to support FSIs constantly evolving training objectives while maximizing customer service provided at the many schools and divisions that utilize this contract.

Original Point of Contact

POC Eric R. Modrak, Phone: 7037462347

Place of Performance

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