The representative contract summaries provided below demonstrate the breadth and diversity of DCC-4C’s successful past performance history.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Greenbelt, MD.
Environmental Compliance Services Contract
Under this Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Hybrid Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) and Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) task order vehicle, DDC-4C provides comprehensive environmental management services in support of GSFC’s mission and commitment to environmental stewardship. Our on-site technical staff delivers a broad range of core services including waste prevention and management, water management, air management, environmental program management, environmental planning and impact assessments, environmental liability management and natural resource management. DDC-4C also supports specialized and emergent environmental task order requirements. To date, DDC-4C has successfully completed 14 task orders. The contract has a base and 4 one-year option periods, a total projected contract value of $21.8M.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Wilmington District, Fort Bragg, Camp Mackall, Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU), North Carolina
For this single-award Indefinite Quantity Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDIQ), DDC-4C provides a full range of environmental and related technical services to USACE customers. These services include environmental compliance, environmental/ecosystem restoration, pollution prevention, and cultural resources assessments. DDC-4C has successfully performed on 15 task orders for projects involving: hazardous waste management, asbestos and lead paint assessments, environmental plans, industrial stormwater permits, waste disposal support, AST/UST program support, environmental permits for construction, drinking water programs, solid waste programs, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Environmental Performance Assessments (EPAS), Environmental Management Systems, cultural resource surveys, natural resources programs, endangered species management, and Clean Water Act compliance inspections. The estimated total value for the base year and 4 year one-year options is $5M.
U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Army Environmental Command (AEC) Multiple Locations
U.S. Army Enterprise-Level iSportsman – Software as a Service (SaaS),
This enterprise-wide requirements type Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) Army contract vehicle was awarded to DDC-4C to standardize the Army’s approach to natural resource land management. Our Interactive Recreational Parks and Sports Management System (iSportsman) service supports the diverse requirements for managing natural resource programs involving recreational activities on federal land. iSportsman is now used as the Army’s standard tool to facilitate Sikes Act compliance. iSportsman currently services 19 installations, both CONUS and OCONUS. The service provides for easy access to information and permits for both DoD personnel and civilian recreational enthusiasts seeking access to DoD locations. iSportsman, with an online presence that displays up-to-date program information, allows for program registration, provides online purchasing of required permits, and offers access to online maps of open and closed recreational areas. The system automatically collects pertinent user-generated data upon activity or area check-out and improves access control to areas and can be used to conduct lotteries for limited access areas and opportunities. The total annual contract value is $1.6M.
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC
Courthouse Bay Area Distribution
In partnership with Black Box Network Services, DDC-4C served as the general contractor and construction manager for this project. The scope of work involved the installation of 36 equipment racks, a main distribution frame, DC Power system, and various upgrades in three additional buildings. DDC-4C successfully performed this project using a leading-edge design-bid-build delivery system. The total project value was $780,000.
U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, New Mexico
Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project Right-of-Way Consent
In support of the Bureau of Reclamation’s mission to effectively manage water resources, DDC-4C obtained written right-of-way consent from allotment landowners for installing 280 miles of pipeline infrastructure to supply municipal and industrial water from the San Juan River to the eastern section of the Navajo Nation, southwestern portion of the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the City of Gallup, NM. DDC-4C facilitated project implementation with much of the work completed on reservation land. The total project value was $320,000.