$2.5 Billion Small Business On-Ramp for the Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract with time-and-material, labor-hour, and firm-fixed contract line items providing enterprise solutions for integrated information technology services.

SEC ONE OIT in a Nutshell:



Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Status: Presolicitation – RFP Expected to be released as early as Nov 30th, 2018
Solicitation Number: 503102-18-R-0005
NAICS Codes: 541512 — Computer Systems Design Services
Contract Period: Five years with another five option years, for a total of 10 years
Type of Contract: Multiple Award IDIQ
Number of Awards: Unknown
Maximum Contract Ceiling Value: $2.5 Billion
Set-Aside: Total Small Business Set‐Aside
Functional Areas: Covers seven (7) individual Service Channels:
1: Application Development and Management (PLATFORM)
2: Business Solutions Delivery (NON-PLATFORM)
3: IT Infrastructure Operations and Management
4: Information Security
5: Data Management
6: IT Governance
7: Technology Business Management
Partnering: Both JVs and Subcontracting is allowed. Can use the subcontractor’s experience for getting the required scores.
Specific Requirements: Essentially need to provide past performed contracts that speak toward the individual Service Channels. Prior performed contracts must have been completed within the last 3 years or be ongoing with at least one year of performance (unless the project duration was less than a year or a CPAR is available). Past performed contracts can be as Prime or Subcontractor.
Evaluation: This is self-scoring system with a total possible score of 23,125. The division of the scoring is:
– Experience (Service Channels): 11,075
– Past Performance: 4,200
– Certifications: 1,100
– Risk Management: 6,750

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