US Ignite, Inc. (US Ignite) is seeking proposals from vendors to supply and install ruggedized electronic equipment in emergency vehicles at Fort Moore (FMGA) in support of installation modernization efforts on the base. The objective of this effort is to provide improved connectivity between the Fort Moore GA E911 Center, and the emergency fleet vehicles used by the Police and Fire Departments.

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All proposals must be submitted by April 3, 2024 no later than 5:00 PM EDT. Proposals should be submitted via email to [email protected].

All clarification questions must be submitted by March 27, 2024, no later than 5:00 PM EDT. All requests, questions, or other communications about this RFP shall be made in writing to [email protected]. Communications made to other US Ignite personnel or attempts to ask questions by phone or in person will not be allowed or recognized as valid and may disqualify the supplier. Suppliers should only rely on written statements issued by the RFP coordinator.

US Ignite will endeavor to respond to all parties as soon as possible.


This pilot project falls under the Fort Moore Smart Installation and Community Dashboard (SICD) Program, managed by US Ignite and is in support of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center (USACE-ERDC) and the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E).

Fort Moore Smart Installation and Community Dashboard (SICD) Program Overview:

The 2020 Army Installation Strategy (AIS) identifies a key feature of the operational environment as the accelerating rate of technological change. Future Soldiers will expect installations to modernize at pace with civilian sector smart cities initiatives. The challenge for the Department of Defense and the Army is establishing the necessary conditions to ensure safe, secure, and connected data-driven decisions for reducing costs and improving the environment, quality of life, security, and mission readiness.

FMGA has a broad interest in understanding automated systems in order to plan for a range of areas related to modernization, readiness, and quality of life. Efforts within this scope of work are sponsored by the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology) with congressional appropriations entitled Smart Installation and Community Dashboard (SCID). The SICD is managed by US Ignite, on behalf of USACE-ERDC, and leverages support from the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy, and Environment) and their Installations of the Future program. The expected outcome of this research program is the development and demonstration of a smart installation and community pilot system for Fort Moore. This program will incorporate smart and automated technologies coupled with data analytics, data fusion, and artificial intelligence to provide faster awareness and decision options for Fort Moore staff with a framework that can be scalable to other installations.

Project Overview:

The vendor will be responsible for procuring and installing the electronic equipment, mounting hardware, and wiring required to allow the FMGA E911 Center computer-aided dispatch (CAD) software to utilize Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and Position Location Information (PLI) data from four emergency response vehicles. Additional project details are included in Appendix A – Project Description and Definitions.

The installation of the equipment is to occur on Fort Moore in coordination with the Police and Fire department staff. The Police vehicles can be made available at any time for the service, while the Fire vehicles will need to be scheduled in advance. US Ignite will provide oversight of the process to manage the schedule and ensure the equipment installation meets the user requirements.

For full details are available in the RFP document. Please also review the amendment document, which include updated due dates.

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