DoD’s ITES-4H

This is a draft Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) contract under which it is planned to award fixed-price delivery orders in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 16.5 – Indefinite-Delivery Contracts.

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Agency:Department of the Army
Office:W4MM USA Joint Munitions CMD
Status:Draft RFP
Solicitation Number:W52P1J20R0082revised
NAICS Codes:NAICS Code: 334111 – Electronic Computer Manufacturing
Contract Vehicle:ITES-4H IDIQ
Contract Period:The ten year period of performance consists of a base period of 5 years and includes one five-year option.
Type of Contract and Award:Multiple-award IDIQ
Number of Awards:17+
Contract Value:$10,000,000,000
Set-Aside:Up to 7 awards for small businesses, 10+ awards open
Due Date & Time:RFP not released yet
Facility Clearance:N/A
Summary:The scope includes:
– Finalizing the seven (7) ITES-4H catalogs and providing electronically to the CHESS Product Officer within 30 days of contract award for review and approval;
– Assisting the Government in developing an ordering guide;
– Developing a website to include a link to the CHESS website and the CHESS ordering guide, contract catalog products and prices, specific information pertaining to the contract, the 24 hour toll free help desk number, contractor point of contact information, etc.;
– Finalizing subcontracts/teaming arrangements;
– Securing appropriate personnel;
– Establishing telephonic support; and
– Participating in Post-Award conferenceThe on-ramp notice will be published along with the minimum qualification criteria. The past performance evaluation is critical. The government will place direct orders based on the catalog price and specs published.
Scope:The contractor shall provide for the purchase and lease of commercial servers, desktops, notebooks, workstations, thin clients, storage systems, networking equipment (including Local Area Network (LAN) wireless communication devices), imaging equipment, product ancillaries (including equipment cabinets, racks and mounts), peripherals (including monitors, audio, input devices), network cabling products, video teleconferencing (VTC) products, standalone displays (e.g., Plasma, LCD, LED, high-definition televisions (HDTVs)), scanners, Everything over Internet Protocol (EoIP) products, communication devices, power devices, and software provided as part of the end-to-end solution (includes Joint/Enterprise License Agreements (J/ELAs), DOD Enterprise Software Initiatives (DOD ESI), Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – Software (ITES-SW) (see paragraph 4.2 (e)), warranty variations, and other related incidental services, accessories, and options. All desktops, notebooks, workstations, and thin clients shall be Army Golden Master (AGM) (see paragraph 4.2(d) for the AGM definition) compliant. These products will be provided as catalog or non-catalog offerings as defined under paragraph 3.1 and 3.3 below. In this context, a catalog is the list of equipment that is authorized to be published under the ITES-4H catalogs.
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Solicitation Package Page:ITES-4H Draft RFP on SAM.gov

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