Government Contract #3: Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners (CIO-SP4)
Expected Release Date: December 15, 2020 (Deltek Estimate)
Value: $40 Billion
Competition Type: SB Set-Aside | Full and Open | Unrestricted
The Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institute of Health (NIH) has a continuing requirement for information technology (IT) integration and outsourcing support services through a combination of the Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners (CIOSP) program.
Provide the following for the below Task Areas:
Task Area 1 – IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare
Task Area 1 is defined as the intersection of IT and Healthcare involving the design, development, creation, use and maintenance of information systems for the healthcare industry and/or healthcare industry related Government Agencies. The objective of this task area is to support Biomedical Research, Health Sciences and Healthcare by performing studies & analyses; providing operational, technical, and maintenance services for the systems, subsystems, and equipment, some of which interface with, and are extensions to, information systems throughout the federal Government.
Task Area 2 – Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
Task Area 2 is defined as the analytic and program management support functions involving the leadership (i.e., strategy, introduction and direction) and management (i.e., execution, performance and oversight) of information systems. The objective of this task area is to support Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in implementing laws, regulations and polices; to facilitate evolving CIO practices; and to support Program Offices.
Task Area 3 – Digital Media
Task Area 3 is defined as the support functions involving the capture and management (i.e., authentication, verification, validation, and disposal) of digital media. The objective of this task area addresses systems and services that support the creation, collection, preservation, storage, retrieval, distribution, and modification of digital media. Digital media can include, but is not limited to, documents, images, audio, geographical information systems, video, and photographs.
Task Area 4 – Outsourcing
Task Area 4 is defined as the practice of leveraging outside organizations that assume the responsibility of your information systems with little to no managerial input (i.e., not staff augmentation). The objective of this task area is to provide the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and IT services required to assume management and operations of Government IT resources and IT business functions (i.e., managed by performance – KPIs, SLOs, SLAs, etc.).
Task Area 5 – IT Operations and Maintenance
Task Area 5 is defined as the practice of hiring outside resources that perform information systems support with direct oversight (e.g., staff augmentation). The objective of this task area s to support the operation and maintenance of IT systems, keeping IT systems viable with supported vendor releases or off-the-shelf applications software upgrades. Operations and maintenance on IT systems shall include all software and hardware associated with mainframes, client/server, web-based applications, XYZ-as-a-Service and networking.
Task Area 6 – Integration Services
Task Area 6 is defined as the coupling of information systems with disparate data, information, an/or systems. The objective of this task area is to support the development and deployment of integrated information systems, which includes the integration of technical components, information technology components, organizational components and documentation. Integration projects can support a wide range of agency functions. In the healthcare and research domain, workflow systems such as, medical imaging systems, patient management systems, clinical management systems, and laboratory management systems, are often provided via integration of commercial components with existing infrastructure.
Task Area 7 – Cyber Security
Task Area 7 is defined as the authentication, verification, validation, and protection of data, information systems and resources. The objective of this task area is to support the protection of cyber infrastructure, assurance of agency information, and operations that protect and defend information and information systems. This is accomplished by providing confidentiality, integrity, availability, accountability, restoration, authentication, non-repudiation, protection, detection, monitoring and event react capabilities.
Task Area 8 – Digital Government and Cloud Services
Task Area 8 is defined as the digital communications between entities. The objective of this task area is to support Government services that are provided through digital and/or electronic means, creating a transparent interaction between Government and citizens (G2C – Government-to-citizens), Government and business enterprises (G2B – Government-to-Business enterprises) and Government interagency relationships (G2G – Government-to-Government).
Task Area 9 – Enterprise Resource Planning
Task Area 9 is defined as the planning, implementation and training for enterprise-wide software applications. The objective of this task area is to support the implementation of enterprise management applications and systems in the federal environment, which are integrated software applications used to control, monitor and coordinate key business activities across an enterprise. These applications generally fall into the following categories: Financials, Human Resources, Logistics, Manufacturing and Projects.
Task Area 10 – Software Development
Task Area 10 is defined as the planning, requirements gathering, development and implementation for software applications. The objective of this task area is to develop customized software applications, web applications, mobile applications, database applications, and other solutions not available in off-the-shelf software applications.