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PEO-SV utilizes innovative and strategic processes ensuring rapid, focused, and cost-effective methods administering professional acquisition services and manpower augmentation processes. The team efficiently ensures stability, agility, and reach are cost-effective supporting the diverse requirements for the USSOCOM Enterprise. In 2023, PEO-SV worked through the continued inclusion of our base of small businesses and alignment of large business offerings enabling USSOCOM to gain efficiencies, expand the reach, increase our agility and further stabilize the services supporting the entire Command. The SV PMs led the planning and execution of over $3.1B in service contracts, emphasizing workforce stability, management agility, and global reach aligning with the AE’s four lines of effort. In addition, the PEO increased the full utilization of strategic sourcing and Category Management. Through enterprise contracts similar to the $950M SOF Core Support vehicle which includes $725M in current contracts, task orders, and modifications supporting a vast amount of enterprise services and training requirements. PEO-SV also continued utilizing external (Non-SOCOM) contract award efforts without degradation of services including GSA Acquisition Assist and GSA FEDSIM, Army ITES 3, as well as other Service contracts. Other program highlights follow below for the Year in Review.

HQ/SOCS: The Enterprise SOF Core Support vehicle continues supporting USSOCOM, through decentralized ordering and maintains targeted flexibility, meeting the Service imperatives: Stability, agility, and reach. The Services and Contracting Directorate duo executed multiple complex service actions and task orders. It included multiple awards for MARSOC training, USASOC training and technical support, congressional testimony, People Culture Cell, classified service support activities, and numerous other option year awards and follow-on efforts. The team employed a range of best value evaluation schemes at the contract and task order level. The evaluation schemes ranged from Traditional Technical/Past Performance/Cost Trade Off, GSA Enterprise-Wide best in class contracts, increased use of oral proposals, and highest rated technical offer. 

PEO-SV and Contracting teammates awarded multiple task orders across the HQs, Special Staff, and USSOCOM enterprise including sustaining SOF unique services contract support adding new task orders for USSOCOM Commander’s congressional testimony, posture statement preparations, organizational climate assessment, and executing impactful task orders supporting “What Winning Looks Like” with subject matter expertise.

  • Task Orders for traditional service support through manpower augmentation and professional services continued throughout the year with options years executed supporting the POTFF, JSOU, J-DIRs, Special Staff, etc. 
  • J5 Decision Support Center Advanced Audio Visual (AV) Support and Maintenance will provide support services, maintenance services, and extended hardware warranty for all AV equipment contained within the Decision Support Center. 
  • Awarded the Health of Special Operations Cell task order supporting concurrent USSOCOM initiatives including Comprehensive Review, Diversity & Inclusion, and Combatting Extremism.
  • Awarded the Brain Health Contractor effort supporting SOCS-SG Comprehensive Assessment and Symptom History program providing health history and data analyst manpower augmentation.
  • Awarded a USSOCOM Commander Posture Preparation contract providing congressional testimony preparation services support to USSOCOM senior leaders and USCENTCOM Commander ensuring a successful congressional engagement. 
  • Awarded multiple contracts supporting the Language, Regional Expertise and Culture program providing associate language instructors for both, the Long and Short Basic Language Courses.
  • Awarded contract supporting the Special Operations Financial Management Office providing support assisting USSOCOM achieving and maintaining auditable financial statements.
  • Awarded the USSOCOM Organizational Climate Assessment contract conducting a climate assessment of USSOCOM valued at approximately 326K.
  • Task order awarded under the Enterprise POTFF contract providing human performance support for NSW reducing the injury backlog in the BUDS pipeline.
  • Awarded the Senior Military Engagement Program contract enabling synchronized and targeted media products supporting USSOCOM transregional and theater objectives.


Continuously providing support to 13 Component and TSOC contracts and task orders through Option Year exercises or extensions retaining uninterrupted mission and training support. 

  • Competed and awarded two contracts for AFSOC providing Student Support Services and Instructors. 
  • MARSOC: Re-competed three MARSOC training and support contracts with new 5-year periods.
  • USASOC: Assisted USASOC with a POTFF recompete.
  • NSW: Preparing for a re-compete of the NSW Contractor Specialist Support and Acquisition Support.
  • SOCCENT: Executed OY3 for Intel Contract platform. 

  • 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.