Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG)
Solicitation in a Nutshell:
|Agency:||US Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Office:||OI&T – Technology Acquisition Cente|
|NAICS Codes:||541512: Computer Systems Design Services|
|Contract Vehicle:||Not Determined|
|Contract Period:||10 Yr. Total – 5 Yr. Base & 1 x 5 Yr. Option Period(s)|
|Type of Contract and Award:||CR, FFP, T&M/Indefinite Delivery Contract|
|Number of Awards:||Up to seven (7) contracts|
|Award Value Ceiling:||$22,300,000,000|
|Due Date & Time:||November 21, 2019 11:59 pm EST|
|Facility Clearance:||Work acquired on this contract for the Department of Defense or other Federal Agencies may involve secure networks, facilities and sensitive information. Specific security requirements and a suitability determination will be identified in the individual Task Order. The Contractor should anticipate potentially providing personnel with the security clearances up to the Top Secret level or Position Sensitivity of High/Tier 4 as required by the Task Order. Contractors must have the appropriate clearances for proposal purposes at the Task Order level.|
|Summary:||This notice is for the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4NG) On-Ramp effort being administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs Technology Acquisition Center.|
T4NG is a Multi-Agency, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Multiple Award Task Order contract with a base ordering period of five years with one five-year option period. The program has a ceiling of $22.3B and supports Contractor-provided solutions of Information Technology (IT), health IT, and telecommunications, to include services and incidental hardware/software for customer requirements that vary across the entire spectrum of existing and future technical environments.
The T4NG On-Ramp effort is intended to add additional Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE)-verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) concerns onto the existing T4NG IDIQ contract. Contracts which are awarded through the On-Ramp will share in, and will not increase, the ceiling established for the T4NG program. Awarded contracts shall include the same terms and conditions of the existing T4NG contracts and shall not exceed the remaining period of performance.
|Scope:||The T4NG contract PWS has been structured to reflect the breadth and depth of IT services, with emphasis placed on healthcare and benefits systems, spanning the life cycle of a system or project. It provides general requirements and functional areas for IT services – specific requirements for technologies or services will be defined in individual task orders.|
Functional Areas include:
|Solicitation Package Page:||T4NG On-Ramp on Beta.SAM.gov|
|Draft RFP and Q&As Release||September 2019|
|RFP Due Date||November 21, 2019 11:59 pm EST|
|Contract Award(s) Effective||March 6, 2021|
|Webinar (Click to watch the replay)||Date|
|Discussion of T4NG On-Ramp Win Strategy|
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