We are tracking three government contracts expected to drop this summer: Support Onsite for Information Technology Services (SOFITS), Information Management Communications Services IV (IMCS IV), and EMERALD. Learn more about these opportunities in the descriptions below.
Government Contract #1: Support Onsite for Information Technology Services (SOFITS)
Expected Release Date: July 2020 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $319 Million
Competition Type: SB Set-Aside | Full and Open | Unrestricted
The Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center may have a continuing requirement for Information Technology (IT) support and Information Systems Security (ISS) and Privacy support.
The objective of this contract is to provide IT support and ISS and Privacy support to a variety of Volpe Center transportation systems projects that cut across all modes of transportation for the DOT and for non-DOT organizations, including state and local governments. Due to the changing nature of the extensive and diverse portfolio of projects, resources must be easily accessible and flexible in terms of skill sets required. The workforce must be responsive to changing technical requirements and quickly provide IT support and ISS and Privacy support capabilities that will enable the Volpe Center to take advantage of opportunities for new work.
To acquire contractor services for Information Technology (IT) support and Information Systems Security (ISS) and Privacy support. These contractor services will provide direct IT support and ISS and Privacy support to research, plan, execute, and enhance projects in such areas as strategic planning; logistics operations and analysis; information security; and information engineering design, development, and deployment in support of the Volpe Center’s requirements.
The proposed acquisition focuses on two primary functional areas:
- IT support
- ISS and Privacy support
Government Contract #2: Information Management Communications Services IV (IMCS IV)
Release Date: July 2020 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $850 Million
Competition Type: SB Set-Aside
The Department of the Army, Chief Information Officer/G-6, Network Enterprise Technology Command, Directorate of Information Management (DOIM), Fort Detrick has a continuing requirement for technical and communications administration, operation, and maintenance in support of the Network Enterprise Center’s (NEC) Information Management Communications Services IV (IMCS IV).
Non-personal Operations and Maintenance (O&M) for baseline and mission funded requirements as identified in installation task orders and could include the following:
- Telecommunications Support for C4IM (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information management) Unified Capabilities
- Inside Plant (to include Tier I and II support); Customer Services
- Outside Plant (Cable), Cable Audits
- Information Technology Services (ITS) such as:
- Network Administration
- Installation and engineering
- System Maintenance(classified and unclassified)
- Help Desk Assistance
- Hardware and software installation
- Hardware and software troubleshooting
- Web master support
- Video Teleconferencing ((VTC) support to include establishing and scheduling of VTCs (classified and unclassified))
- Technical Control Facility (TCF) operations and maintenance ((O&M) to include the TCF matrix switch)
- Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
- Voice over Secure IP(/VoSIP)(classified and unclassified)
- Configuration Management of the installation infrastructure to include creating and updating drawings using Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) engineering support
- Radio Systems which includes:
- Land Mobile Radio (LMR) Network Management
- Control System (Master Controller) Management
Government Contract #3: EMERALD
Expected Release Date: August 2020 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $849 Million
Competition Type: Undetermined
The Department of Defense (DoD), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), has a requirement to provide support for the EMERALD Follow-On.
The prime contractor must be capable of managing, directing and controlling the contractor team. The prime will be responsible for the planning, organization, and control of resources to successfully deliver all requested services, complete all tasks, and meet all the objectives of the Ordering document (i.e. Statement of Work (SOW), Statement of Objective (SOO), and Performance Work Statement (PWS)). This includes: risk management and mitigation; cost control management and reporting; contractor resource scheduling; close coordination with the Contracting Officer Representative (COR); and performance of subcontractors or consultant personnel.
Current EMERALD Work Service Categories:
- Lifecycle Acquisition Management Support Services
- Financial Management Support Services
- Strategic Business Management Support Services