DLA JETS Contract Vehicle Opened to Other DoD Agencies


Mr. Michael Yacobacci is the Contracting Officer for this contract and has opened it to other DoD Agencies. DLA has developed a DLA JETS website (CAC enabled, not accessible to general public): https://today.dla.mil/JETS/Pages/default.aspx. The intention of the website is to provide general information to other DoD agencies that may be interested in utilizing JETS. The website also includes JETS Ordering Procedures, documents and templates. If a customer has a contracting office that would like to issue the order, Mr. Yacobacci can delegate ordering authority to the outside agency KO. Each JETS prime vendor will be notified when he delegates the ordering authority for a competitive task order.

For each request to utilize JETS for an 8(a) sole source or sole source requirement, he will issue a delegation letter for ordering authority against the specific vendor’s IDIQ, and he will notify the vendor that ordering authority has been granted.

TekSynap is eligible to compete on unrestricted (Group A), 100% small business (Group B) and 8(a) (Group C) competitive task orders and we are also eligible for 8(a) directed sole-source task orders. Like our ITES-3S team, the TekSynap DLA JETS Team is also comprised of small and large businesses that offer best-of-the-best capabilities across all the task areas, ensuring our ability to provide high caliber support services and adequate resources for surge requirements and multiple simultaneous tasks spanning global locations.


TekSynap is a Group C 8(a) SB Prime Contract Holder for the Defense Logistics Agency J6 Enterprise Technology Services (DLA JETS) contract and a current awardee of 21 task orders.

JETS provides the full range of IT services, technical and management expertise that support applications, software, hardware, infrastructure, and systems, across the DLA IT Enterprise. Support will be provided for information technology solutions, technical support, maintenance and sustainment; operations support; application development, maintenance and technical support; and lifecycle management. Additionally, administrative program management support for IT program offices and DLA Information Operations (J6) Office will be provided. While JETS will primarily support DLA IT services requirements, the resultant contracts will also allow for de-centralized ordering by other DoD agencies.

The JETS period of performance is 4 January 2017 – 3 January 2025 with a $6B ceiling. It has a FFP labor CLIN and includes a T&M CLIN for ODCs and Travel. There are 21 task areas, ranging from Network and Telecommunication Services to IT Audit Readiness Support and includes 186 Labor Categories.


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