Internal Revenue Service Total Information Processing Support Services – 4 Information Technology Services (TIPSS – 4 ITS)
The TIPSS-4 ITS contract provides a wide spectrum of IT related services for the IRS, Department of the Treasury and its Bureaus. The ITS principal task area shall provide contractor support for design, development, deployment, operations and maintenance of IRS IT Systems, all aspects of systems security risk analyses, development of recommendations and implementations, plans for new procedures and changes to existing systems, project management skills and tools for managing, tracking, reporting, transitioning large-scale systems, and for maintaining configuration management controls. The work shall include, but is not limited to the following:
- Analysis and Design
- Applications Development
- Operations & Maintenance
- Systems Engineering
- Certification and Accreditation
- Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
- Software Development
- System Integration
- Test and Evaluation
- Training (Knowledge Transfer)
- Software/Hardware Maintenance and /or Licensing
- Help desk support
- Database Administration
- Disaster Recovery, Continuity of Operations, and Contingency Planning
- Hot-site and Cold-site Support Services
- Independent Verification and Validation
- Mainframe Automated Information Security Support
- Communications and Change Management
- Earned Value Management Support
- Business Process Re-engineering
- Data Management
- Enterprise Life Cycle (ELC) Management
Subcontractor to: IBM Global Services - Federal
NSA NSETS II
NSETS II (the NSA Small Business Set-aside) is a follow-on to the original NSETS program. NSETS II is an important agency initiative that will enable NSA to competitively acquire agency requirements for business, engineering, information technology, operations support, and training services from teams of highly qualified small businesses. Please visit the following site for additional information:
Subcontractor to: COMSO
Air Force United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Systems and Mission Support (USAMS II)
The USSTRATCOM Systems and Missions Support (USAMS II) contract shall provide advisory and assistance services in support of studies, system engineering and technical analysis. This is end-to-end systems and mission support includes all USSTRATCOM, their component commands, supporting and supported agencies, and the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA). All operational and intelligence requirements will be satisfied through technically feasible, integrated, cost-effective system improvements, acquisition recommendations, logistics support, integration, and procedural analysis. The support will consist of planning and analyzing engineering and engineering guidance; establishing system integration, information assurance, software design and development, configuration management (CM); and testing and certifying USSTRATCOM/AFWA systems and procedures.
Subcontractor to: SAIC
Army GENESIS III
The GENESIS III program includes engineering support for ground and aerial intelligence systems include Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Electronic Intelligence (ELINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), and Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) systems. The GENESIS program is designed to help the Army control and integrate data from its myriad of collection systems, and ensure that these systems and facilities are developed, deployed, repaired and maintained at the highest state of readiness.
Subcontractor to: CACI
Army ITES- 2S
The ITES-2S contract allows the US Army to quickly procure high-quality, cost-effective IT solutions and services for the Army’s enterprise business systems that support the warfighter.
ITES-2S is a consolidated contract vehicle for solutions and services. It serves as a followon to the original ITES-Enterprise Mission Support Services Solutions contract with services including business process re-engineering, information systems security, information assurance, IT services, network support, systems operations and maintenance, program management, enterprise design, integration and consolidation, and education and training.
Subcontractor to: Booz Allen Hamilton.
DHS PACTS FC4
Program Management, Administrative, Clerical and Technical Services (PACTS) is a Department-wide service contract for acquiring non-IT service solutions. PACTS provides a wide range of services for the Department through four comprehensive functional categories:
• FC1 – Program Management
• FC2 – Administrative
• FC3 – Clerical
• FC4 – Technical
Subcontractor to: Emesec
DISA ENCORE II
The ENCORE II contract provides the user with a vehicle to acquire net-centric solutions, including network engineering, analysis and support for the acquisition, installation, fielding, training, operation and life-cycle management of components and systems in the operational environments of Combatant Commands and their subordinate components, the military services, Defense agencies, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and other Federal agencies.
This includes procurement of various products, including but not limited to, hardware, software and licenses, as applicable, when such products are incidental to the implementation of the solution.
Network analysis and support includes procurement of services necessary and incident to the protection of the client’s domains and systems to ensure continuity, viability while reducing vulnerabilities of the Global Information Grid.
Net-Centric solutions, services and support anticipated under the ENCORE II contract exist within the scope of the 20 task areas.
Subcontractor to: SAIC
DISA Net-Enabled Command Capability (NECC) Systems Engineering
NECC allows seamless integration of information for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS), the Combatant Commanders (COCOMs), and the military services providing joint and multinational operations. The system supports the President, Vice President, Secretary of Defense, CJCs, COCOMs, and military services by providing synchronized operations from dispersed locations and provides joint Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) to support the entire force projection cycle. The objective of this effort is to support all NECC Systems Engineering activities associated with the NECC Increment 1 capabilities. It also includes initiation of Systems Engineering activities for the preparation of Increment 2capabilities.The NECC Systems Engineering support services include the following: Requirements Analysis, provision of baseline products, update and sustainment of the SE repository, traceability of materials solutions to technical requirements, improvement to NECC SE processes, SE documentation, integration of Capability Modules (CMs) into a Service Oriented Architecture(SOA), configuration management support, technical operations support, logistics support, test and evaluation support, training support, modeling and simulation support, security engineering, and related NECC systems engineering support.
Subcontractor to: SAIC