FBI DIR MULTIPLE BPA (ITECS)

FBI INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE SUPPORT (ITECS)
(FORMERLY IT-SSS)

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Agency: Department of Justice / Federal Bureau of Investigation
Status: Solicitation
Solicitation Number: RFQ1363852
NAICS Codes: 541519: OTHER COMPUTER RELATED SERVICES
541990: ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
Contract Vehicle: GSA SCHEDULE 70 IT Equipment Software and Services (GSA SCHEDULE 70)
Contract Period: 10 Yr. Total – 1 Yr. Base & 9 x 1 Yr. Option Period(s)
Type of Contract and Award: FFP, L&M / Blanket Purchase Agreement
Number of Awards: Unknown
Contract Value: $5,000,000,000
Set-Aside: Undetermined
Due Date & Time: September 9, 2019 (Phase One submission)
Evaluation Criteria:  Trade-Off
Facility Clearance: Top Secret
Scope & General Requirements: This is a contract to provide Information Technology (IT) Support Services to the FBI and other DOJ components. This is a non-personal services contract. The Government shall not exercise any supervision or control over contractor employees performing the services herein. Such contract service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn, is responsible to the Government.

Contractors shall provide technical support services under the Technology Business Management (TBM) Taxonomy Model that covers the full spectrum of Information Technology programs and services. TBM is a valued-management framework instituted by Chief Information Officers (CIOs), Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), and other technology leaders. TBM provides a standard taxonomy to describe cost sources, technologies, IT resources, applications, and services. Contractors shall provide qualified personnel to assist the Government in managing and implementing projects and programs as defined in individual Task Orders (TO). These personnel will perform a range of advisory and technical services as described in this RFQ.

The specific description of the TBM IT support services required will be specific to each task order request. Each individual TO will have a separate Request for Quote (RFQ), Statement of Objectives (SOO), or Performance Work Statement (PWS), which will depend upon the needs of the primary customer.

Because of the wide breadth of the IT services required by the FBI, this RFQ does not identify any specific task or all possible types of support that will likely be required in the execution of this contract. Instead, this document outlines the general types of work to be performed. Tasking may be expanded at any time during the life of the contract as FBI needs dictate.

The following services areas constitute the technical scope of this contract:

  • End User Services
  • Business Application Services
  • Delivery Services
  • Platform Services
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Shared Services
Objectives The objective of this acquisition is to establish a mechanism for providing contractor expertise to FBI programs in order to meet priorities, increase competition resulting in cost savings, increase business with small business concerns and to increase project and program success.
Background: Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (ITSSS) is the Master Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) that the FBI utilizes for IT services. It has 43 awardees and a ceiling of $30 billion.

Throughout the life of the BPA, the FBI has saved approximately $66 million over the Government Cost Estimate.

Solicitation Documents:

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Solicitation Package Page: ITECS Documents

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