Business Oriented Software Solutions (BOSS)
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Business Oriented Software Solutions (BOSS)
Solicitation in a Nutshell:
|Agency:||DEPT OF COMM /PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE|
|Office:||Office of Procurement|
|Status:||Sources Sought / Pre-RFP (RFI)|
|NAICS Codes:||541512 — Computer Systems Design Services|
|Contract Period:||10 Yr. Total – 10 Yr. Base|
|Type of Contract and Award:||FFP, T&M/Indefinite Delivery Contract|
|Number of Awards:||Undetermined|
|Set-Aside:||Total Small Business|
|Due Date & Time:||TBD|
|Summary:||The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Business Oriented Software Solutions (BOSS) contract is a multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide software development and integration services for commercial off the shelf (COTS) products and customized software applications, database applications, and other IT solutions. The USPTO Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) seeks technical capability along with innovative concepts, methodologies, and industry best practices to transform its legacy operations to the next generation.|
The BOSS effort encompasses the following scope of services:
It is envisioned that this contract will issue a variety of task orders, including, but not limited to: development; maintenance; operations; studies and planning; or any combination of the aforementioned.
|Objective:||Advance the existing software development process and quality of the USPTO systems in support of the program offices and OCIO Roadmap Transformation initiatives. In support of this effort, the USPTO has identified the following IT objectives (in no specific order):|
|Background:||Vision: The vision of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is to transform the agency with next generation technology and services. The USPTO technology vision starts with understanding the USPTO businesses need and establishes a high level direction to meet present and future needs. The USPTO technology vision is to provide evolving services that quickly adapt to the growing needs of internal and external customers and takes advantage of industry developments. To reach this desired end state, the OCIO must move its technology, people, and processes forward in support of the USPTO’s core mission. The technical challenges faced by the USPTO are:|
|Solicitation Package Page:||USPTO BOSS on Beta.SAM.gov|
|Discussion of BOSS Win Strategy||Wednesday September 25, 2019|
|Webinar Reply Link||Replay Link|
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