BMA participated as a team member on five successful bids during the 4th Quarter to continue support to our customers on CAC and Fort Leavenworth. As a bridging strategy to the new CAC IDIQ, the Army used General Services Administration (GSA) OASIS and ALLIANT contract vehicles to meet CAC customer support requirements for 2017. BMA participated in four successful bids as part of Team Loch Harbour and one successful bid as part of Team Cubic. Four of the five bids represented BMA incumbent work, allowing our analysts to continue their superb support of government customers. Supported activities that BMA will continue to serve include the Army University Press, the TRADOC Capability Manager for Mission Command/Command Posts (TCM MC/CP), and the Mission Command Center of Excellence (MCCoE) Director of Training (DoT). BMA looks forward to continuing support to CAC under the new IDIQ beginning on 14 November as one of five small business prime offerors.