Government Contract #1: Alliant 2 Small Business (Alliant 2 SB)
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Release Date: June 2016 – Source Selection
Value: $15 Billion
Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside
The General Services Administration (GSA) has a continuing requirement for the provision of worldwide IT solutions to client agencies.
The Master Contract provides all Federal government agencies and other eligible entities the ability to perform all current, leading edge and/or emerging integrated Information Technology (IT) services to satisfy all IT services requirements anywhere and anytime worldwide. IT services and solutions within the scope of this Master Contract include new, leading edge and emerging technologies that will evolve over the life of the Master Contract as supported by the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA).
The Master Contract leverages the existing Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) and the Department of Defense Information Enterprise Architecture (DoD IEA) version 2.0 as the basis of its IT scope. Task Order requirements under the Alliant 2 Scope are broken down into reportable Product Service Codes (PSCs) which will be met by industry through the use of standardized Labor Category Codes (LCATS) taken from the Department of Labor (DOL) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The Master Contract provides maximum flexibility in acquiring an IT services-based solution for any conceivable IT services-based requirement driving government savings through efficiencies and improved reporting data with greater integrity while maintaining an “Anything IT Anywhere” philosophy.
The Master Contract scope includes any and all components of an integrated IT services-based solution, including all current leading-edge technologies and any new technologies which may emerge during the Master Contract period of performance. The Master Contract scope includes IT services-based support of National Security Systems, as defined in FAR 39.002. The Master Contract provides IT Solutions through the performance of a broad range of services which may include the integration of various technologies critical to the services being acquired. The foundation of the Scope of Master Contract is built on the most current FEA and DoD IEA Reference Models.
The intention of the Master Contract is to allow maximum flexibility in acquiring an IT services-based solution for any conceivable IT services-based requirement while simultaneously incorporating standardization through the use of standardized LCATs and Product Service Codes (PSCs) to improve reporting and metrics. This design contributes towards driving government savings through efficiencies and improved reporting data with greater integrity while maintaining an “Anything IT anywhere” philosophy.