Contract Vehicles


CFT holds several comprehensive prime contract vehicles to support Federal Government customers.



CFT is a prime vendor on the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. T4NG provides IT services in the following functional areas: program management, strategy, enterprise architecture and planning; systems/software engineering; software technology demonstration and transition; test and evaluation; independent verification and validation; enterprise network; enterprise management framework; operations and maintenance; cybersecurity; training; IT facilities; and other solutions encompassing the entire range of IT requirements.


Seaport nxg

SeaPort Next Generation's (SeaPort-NxG) scope encompasses a wide variety of services that span the entire spectrum of mission areas and technical capabilities supported by the Department of the Navy (DON) ordering activities. Services provided under this contract are categorized into 1) Engineering Services and 2) Program Management Services with 23 sub-functional areas.


dtra aemss (jv)

Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Assessment, Exercise, and Modeling and Simulation Support (AEMSS) is a Mission Support contract vehicle used to counter threats and vulnerabilities and to bolster national and international chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high explosives (CBRNE) security through assessments, exercises, and modeling and simulation.


site iii (jv)

The DIA Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise III (SITE III) IDIQ contract provides a centralized and synchronized IT acquisition capability to meet worldwide security requirements and technical support services through system design, development, fielding and sustainment of global intelligence and Command and Control assets. The SITE III IDIQ contract vehicle streamlines the delivery and management of application and infrastructure services and functions for current and emerging requirements. Task orders may contain requirements for one to many of the IT services and functions listed based on a participating government organization’s requirement. Enterprise activities and services may be combined to maximize efficiencies, drive process improvements, eliminate service overlaps, evolve with leading edge technology, and realize cost efficiencies at the task order level to provide strategic IT advantages to the US Government.