Washington, DC., June 18, 2012 – BayFirst Solutions LLC, a small business and leader in Homeland Security management and technology consulting services, was selected by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as an awardee under the DHS-wide Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Multiple Award Contract referred to as “TABSS” (Technical Acquisition and Business Support Services). The TABSS contract has an $11 Billion combined (all TABSS awardees) maximum ceiling over the next five years and was issued by the United States Coast Guard for use across all DHS component organizations. BayFirst received an award within the 8(a) Track of Domain 1, which focuses on providing Program Management, Engineering and Technology Support Services.
The TABSS contract will provide DHS customers with the services needed to assist with the cross-organizational mission of protecting our homeland, deterring crime, detecting and countering terrorism, and the myriad of other critical responsibilities. BayFirst has deep roots supporting DHS components and has cultivated an exceptional depth and breadth of capabilities since the onset of DHS support in 2005, providing support for the following DHS Components: U.S. Coast Guard, Transportation Security Administration, Customs and Border Protection, Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Science & Technology Directorate, and the National Protections and Programs Directorate. Through TABSS, BayFirst stands ready to help DHS meet the broad range of challenges and support decisions inherent in DHS acquisitions.
BayFirst (www.bayfirst.com) is a small professional services consulting firm that implements complex management and technological solutions, successfully performing more than $50M of task order work for the Federal government over the last eight years. Core strengths include program management, systems engineering, risk management, training and business support services. BayFirst leverages the effective convergence of people, process and technology.