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PROGRAM SUPPORT: Provided 3,379 CONUS and 271 OCONUS support contractors, facilitating maintenance, sustainment, modification, integration, installation, and lifecycle logistics efforts across USSOCOM platforms. 

Delivered unprecedented support to SOF AT&L PEOs, Component Commands, National Mission Force, and TSOCs, leveraging an agile workforce of over 3,000 contractors. Significant activities include AC-130J, MC-130J, MH-60M Block 1.0, MELB 3.0, MH-47G Block II, MQ-9, AFSOC Collocated Maintenance Training, and CV-22 lifecycle sustainment. 

Additional programs include 160th SOAR (A) Maintenance, USASOC Flight Company Maintenance, SPIKE missile integration, Family of Special Operations Vehicles, Combatant Craft Heavy, SPEAR, C4, Maritime Surface Ship, undersea sustainment activities, and 12XX. 

PM EXPEDITIONARY SUPPORT: Provided rapid, tailorable, support and capability development for logistics systems at SOFs' points of need. 

The Mobile Technology Repair Complex (MTRC) deployed six OCONUS MTRC teams, executing $4.8M performing 2,103 individual projects. Joint Operational Stocks (JOS) program supported 282 loans with 30,796 items valued at $84.7M; two JOS Review Boards informed the loan program of necessary policy and inventory updates as required. 

Foreign/Non-standard Weapons Materiel Munitions Program (F/NWMMP) began transitioning to PEO SOFSA-ES. The first F/NWMMP Review Board provided guidance for training capability sets and cataloging efforts; F/NWMMP established 15 loans with 1,249 items valued at $1.1M. 

LOGISTICS: Continued to work with the Acquisition Logistics Directorate; transitioned over 1M units of property valued more than $1B into the Defense Priorities Allocation System. Facilitated the Accountable Inventory Officer Team meeting mandated annual inventory requirements. Conducted market research automating the document control process for improved auditability across the SOFSA Enterprise. 

FACILITIES: The new PEO-SOFSA weapons vault ribbon cutting event was officiated by the former AE, Mr. Smith, with presence of State dignitaries and government officials. This world-class facility postures SOFSA with increased capabilities and capacity supporting the USSOCOM mission. Developed and initiated Phase One Go-Green Solutions including gas energy audit and installation of motion activated light sensors and LED lighting resulting in significant energy savings. 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Successfully re-accredited the SOFSANet for another 3 years through the DISA Risk Management Framework. Worked with DISA and HQ USSOCOM accommodating recent policy changes for procuring circuits and services. Began exploring options with HQ USSOCOM J6 for future SOFSA network operations as the re-compete of the contract approaches. 

SECURITY: Conducted a Threat Preparedness Active Shooter Tabletop exercise evaluating response capabilities of Blue Grass Station officials, SOFSA staff, contractor personnel, and first responders. The exercise assigned clear roles and responsibilities, eliminating duplication of effort and identifying security gaps. The exercise prepared for a real-time/hands-on event and increased our overall security posture. 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: The Financial Management Division (FMD) Team provided consistent, dependable business operations to SOFSA, executing a $27M budget and processing over $747M in obligations from 82 discreet customers. FMD successfully completed its SOMARDS Divestiture. Cleared 1,972 open financial transactions totaling over $599M across 524 contracts. FMD maintained 100% accountability of funds. Realigned all funding on active contracts from SOMARDS to General Fund Enterprise Business System, avoiding stop-work issues for private vendors and incurring no Prompt Payment Act violations. FMD transitioned to modern business systems by adopting the DISA’s TIBI system and the new GSA “Wallet” system. FMD received the “2022 Contributions to End-To-End Business Environment Optimization” Award for the “Headquarters and Major Command” team category for USSOCOM. 

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT: The Business Management Division (BMD) performed 1,388 contract actions, valued at over $780M in FY23, including 1,256 contract actions for over $771M on the Contractor Logistics Support Services IDIQ contract. The team awarded 134 new task orders, closed 133, and returned over $32M to requiring activities. BMD efforts delivered four MC130J aircraft and began retrofitting AC130J aircraft, increased support to SOF Maritime combatant craft, and expanded support to UAS platforms. BMD contracting efforts supported nearly every PEO, TSOC, and National Mission Force.


  • We are extremely excited to convene the community at SOF Week 2024. This convention for U.S. and International SOF will include a diverse slate of programs, to include professional development sessions, interactive discussions about the future of SOF, and an up-close view of some of the best tech available to our warfighters. GSOF looks forward to working with USSOCOM to make SOF Week 2024 an impactful event.
    Stuart Bradin
    President and CEO, GSOF


Co-sponsorship of this event does not imply endorsement of GSOF, its services, or products by the United States Government, the Department of Defense, or U.S. Special Operations Command.