Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation Two

Solicitation in a Nutshell:



Agency: US Department of Veterans Affairs
Office: OI&T - Technology Acquisition Cente
Status: Presolicitation
Solicitation Number: 36C10B-23-R-0011
NAICS Codes: 541512: Computer Systems Design Services
Size Standard: $30 million annual receipts
Contract Vehicle: Not Determined
Contract Period: 5 year(s) base plus 1 x 5 year(s) option(s)
Type of Contract and Award:

Contract: FFP, Cost Reimbursement, IDIQ, Time and Materials

Award: IDIQ - Agency Specific

Number of Awards: 30 awards anticipated; 15 reserved for SDVOSB companies
Max. Value: $60.7 Billion
Set-Aside: SDVOSB (13 awards)
WOSB (1 award)
HUBZone (1 award)
Due Date & Time: Apr 17, 2023 01:00 pm EDT
Summary: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Information and Technology has a requirement for contractors to complete the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation Two (T4NG2)Program for contractor-provided solutions in support of Information Technology.
Scope / Requirement:

The Contractor shall provide complete IT services solutions including the following functional areas: program management, strategy, enterprise architecture, and planning; systems/software engineering; software technology demonstration and transition; test and evaluation; independent verification and validation; enterprise network; enterprise management framework; operations and maintenance; cybersecurity; training; IT facilities; and other solutions encompassing the entire range of IT and Health IT requirements, to include software and hardware incidental to the solution. Accordingly, Task Orders may include acquisitions of software and IT products. T4NG2 is not intended as a mechanism to purchase IT products solely. Such products may be purchased to the extent that those products are necessary to deliver the solution required. These services, as well as related IT products, may encompass the entire life cycle of a system. Moreover, services and related products covered under this contract shall be global in reach and the Contractors must be prepared to provide services and deliverables worldwide.

Version two of the five-year contract continues the mission of T4NG to be the VA’s primary IT vehicle, including the following functional areas:

  • Program management, strategy, enterprise architecture, and planning;
  • Systems and software engineering;
  • Software technology demonstration and transition;
  • Test and evaluation;
  • Independent verification and validation;
  • Enterprise network;
  • Enterprise management framework;
  • Operations and maintenance;
  • Cybersecurity;
  • Training; and
  • IT facilities.
Latest Update: 01/17/2023
The Contracting Office released Modifications on January 17, 2023. The purpose of these Modifi cations is to make administrative changes and to announce the Government will host an Industry Day for the T4NG2 procurement on February 2, 2023, at 11:00 AM.
Questions/Comments regarding the Draft RFP are due no later than 1:00 PM ET on January 20, 2023. VA TAC anticipates issuing a finalized RFP in February 2023. Robert Kately is a POC.

Solicitation Documents:

Item Link
Solicitation Package Page: T4NG2 on SAM.gov

Important Dates:

Event Date
1st Draft RFP and Q&As Release Jan 13, 2023
2nd Draft RFP and Q&As Release Feb 14, 2023
Final RFP Release Date March 14, 2023
Proposal Due Date April 17, 2023
Contract Award(s)  Before the end of 2023 (Anticipated)

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