The scope of this content is to provide strategic communication support services and other deliverables to the United States Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains and its subordinate Project/ Product Managers (PMs). These services will augment existing Army Chaplain Corps resources with capabilities not available from within the core Chaplain Corps Structure.
The Contractor shall provide:
1. Media Relations support which shall consist of communications market analysis,
videography and still photography, public affairs management, and social media channel management for Chaplain Corps activities;
2. Graphic Design support which applies the required skills, knowledge, and experience to advise on and produce various visual media and artwork to create communications products in support of Chaplain Corps communication goals and objectives;
3. Videography, Photography, and Audio Visual Technical Support which applies the required skills, knowledge, and experience to advise on and produce video and photographic projects, and to provide audio-visual technical support to achieve Chaplain Corps communication goals and objectives; and
4. Exhibit Support which applies the required skills, knowledge, and experience to advise on and design, develop, produce, and maintain exhibits and associated equipment support during Exhibits and Demos in support of Chaplain Corps communication goals and objectives.
The United States Army Chaplain Corps builds Army spiritual readiness to deploy, fight, and win our Nation’s wars, by providing reliable and relevant world-class religious support, as a unique element of the Army that is fully engaged across the full spectrum of conflict. Chaplain Corps strategic communications support the Chaplain Corps’ work to care for the soul of the Army, by ensuring the constitutionally-mandated free exercise of religion, by delivering spiritual and religious care directly to Soldiers, their Families, and Army Civilians, and by providing moral leadership.
The objectives of this contract are for the Contractor to provide Strategic Communication and Analytical Services for the Army Chaplain Corps in support of the following Chaplain Offices:
(A) the Office of the Chief of Chaplains (OCCH)
(B) the United States Army Institute for Religious Leadership (USA-IRL)
(C) Other strategic-level programs of the Chaplain Corps (e.g. Army Strong Bonds)
OCCH provides leadership to the Chaplain Corps and exercises technical supervision over chaplains, Religious Affairs Specialists, directors of religious education (DREs), religious activities, and religious support operations throughout the Army. OCCH is supported by the Strategy, Plans, Policy and Resources (SPPR) Directorate in the Pentagon, the Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG) at Fort Hamilton, NY, and the Religious Support Operations Center (RSOC) at Fort Jackson, SC. The USA-IRL represents the Field Operating Agency (FOA) the Chief of Chaplains intends to establish at Fort Jackson. The USA-IRL will be one entity, with four organizational elements—the RSOC, the Religious Leadership Academy (RLA), the Graduate School for Army Chaplain Corps Professional Development (GSACCPD), and the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy (NCOA)—which will operate under the leadership and control of the Chief of Chaplains.
Deadline June 18
2205 Infantry Post Road Bldg 603
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234
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