DLA J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) 2.0

JETS 2.0 in a Nutshell:



Agency: Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
Solicitation Number: SP4709-23-R-0001
541519 – Other Computer Related Services
Status: Final RFP published on April 5, 2023
Proposal Due Date: June 6, 2023
Contract Period: 5 years base period, 5 years option period
Type of Contract: Multiple-award indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
Number of Awards:
Not to exceed 100 awards
Maximum Contract Ceiling Value: $6 billion
Set-Aside: A portion of contract awards will be reserved for small business and 8(a) offerors.
Mid-size and large businesses must meet DLA goals of small business participation.
Summary: The JETS 2.0 contract is a follow-on to the initial JETS contract awarded in 2016. The contract will provide a broad range of IT services to DLA, including support for applications, software, hardware, infrastructure, and systems across the DLA IT Enterprise. Support will also be provided for information technology solutions, technical support, maintenance and sustainment; operations support; application development, maintenance and technical support; and lifecycle management.
Statement of Work: The work includes the following:

  • Develop and deliver a new JETS system that meets the requirements of the JETS 2.0 program.
  • Integrate the new JETS system with existing DLA systems.
  • Test and deploy the new JETS system.
  • Provide training on the new JETS system.
  • Provide support for the new JETS system.

The new JETS system will be a web-based application that will provide users with access to a variety of information and tools. The system will be designed to be user-friendly and easy to use.

The new JETS system will be integrated with existing DLA systems, such as the DLA Enterprise Portal and the DLA Logistics Information System. This integration will allow users to access information and tools from the new JETS system without having to leave the existing DLA systems.

The new JETS system will be deployed to DLA sites across the United States. The deployment will be conducted in phases to minimize disruption to DLA operations.

The work to be performed under the JETS 2.0 program is complex and challenging. The contractor must have the experience and expertise to develop, integrate, test, deploy, train, and support a large-scale web-based application. The contractor must also have a strong understanding of DLA operations and requirements.

The JETS 2.0 contract will cover the following functional areas:

  • Application development and maintenance
  • Infrastructure support
  • Network operations and security
  • Data center operations
  • Cloud computing services
  • Cybersecurity services
Evaluation Criteria: The contract will be awarded using a best-value award process. The evaluation criteria are as follows:

  • Technical approach (50%)
  • Management approach (25%)
  • Past performance (25%)

The technical approach will be evaluated based on the following factors:

  • Understanding of DLA’s IT environment and requirements
  • Proposed solution to meet DLA’s requirements
  • Approach to managing the contract
  • Approach to quality assurance and control

The management approach will be evaluated based on the following factors:

  • Experience in managing large, complex IT projects
  • Team of experienced and qualified personnel
  • Financial position and ability to meet the requirements of the contract
  • Approach to risk management

The past performance will be evaluated based on the following factors:

  • Past performance in providing IT services to the DoD
  • Past performance in meeting contract requirements
  • Past performance in managing costs
  • Past performance in providing quality services

The contract will be awarded to the contractor that receives the highest overall score based on the evaluation criteria.

Submission Instructions: Proposals must be submitted electronically via the FBO website

Solicitation Documents:

Item Link
Pre-RFP on SAM.gov JETS 2.0 Documents

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