Military Base Requirements: (Cyber Operations and Intelligence)

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Military Base Contracting Requirements: (Cyber Operations and Intelligence Activities)

All components of the four military services (Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps) invest billions of dollars annually in order to conduct both cyber operations (to include counter cyber operations) and defense intelligence activities. To perform the cyber mission and to conduct intelligence gathering and evaluation, the Department of Defense (DoD) procures a wide variety of products, equipment, and services from private industry.  

The Categories of Specialized Systems, Equipment, and Technical Services procured from commercial sources and private industry to support defense cyber operations and military intelligence activities are listed below. These products, equipment, and services are categorized by Federal Supply Classification (FSC) codes.  

Federal Supply Classification Code Description
B Special studies and analysis - (not Research and Development) 
D Information technology services, including telecommunications services 
H Quality control, testing and inspection services
J Maintenance, repair and rebuilding of equipment
K Modification of equipment
L Technical representative services 
N Installation of equipment
R Professional, administrative, and management support services 
T Photographic, mapping, printing, publication services
U Education and training services 
Y Construction of structures and facilities
Z Maintenance, repair, and alteration of real property
12 Fire control equipment 
36 Special industry machinery
49 Maintenance and repair shop equipment
52 Measuring Tools
60 Fiber optics materials, components, assemblies and accessories
61 Electric wire and power and distribution equipment
63 Alarm, signal and security detection equipment
66 Instruments and laboratory equipment 
69 Training aids and devices
70 General purpose information technology equipment 
72 Household and commercial furnishings and appliances
74 Office machines, text processing systems and visible record equipment
75 Office supplies and devices 
76 Books, maps and other publications 


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