“The purpose of this posting is to allow easier access to the documents for 70RSAT21Q00000001 originally posted under RFQ 1497517. The due date for Phase 1 proposals under 70RSAT21Q00000001 has NOT been extended (proposals were due on 7/7/21). No proposals are being requested at this time…”
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) focuses on providing the tools, technologies, and knowledge products for the nation’s Homeland Security Enterprise. S&T strives to enable effective, efficient, and secure operations across all homeland security missions by applying scientific, engineering, analytics, and innovative approaches to deliver timely solutions in support of DHS’s mission.
The S&T OCIO supports S&T by providing the right people, technology, property, security, and processes. S&T includes approximately 2000 staff in Washington, D.C. and laboratories in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Alabama and Florida. DHS S&T employs approximately 22 distinct IT Systems with currently 2000 endpoints and projects. By the end of this period of performance these numbers are anticipated to grow to 40 systems with approximately 4000+ endpoints. These systems include multiple General Support Systems (or networks), three distinct Cloud-based deployments, a presence within two Federally Funded Research and Development Corporations and a number of standalone and experimental systems supporting Laboratory Operations.
DHS S&T OCIO requires professional technical support services to assist the organizations, missions, functions, and objectives enabling DHS S&T to integrate innovative technology into everyday use by the DHS operational components. DHS S&T information technology (IT) support will include all hardware, networks, enterprise architecture, information assurance and service delivery support. DHS S&T requires this support to maintain and evolve its organizations…”
The scope of work for this acquisition is to establish a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to supply administrative, technical, and management support to the DHS S&T OCIO.
DHS S&T OCIO requires professional technical support services to assist its various organizations, missions, functions, and objectives enabling DHS S&T to facilitate research and development, test and evaluation, and scientific knowledge and technological transfers to the DHS Operational Components. DHS S&T requires this support to maintain and evolve its organization.
These services will support the following functions within DHS S&T: strategic planning and performance management, budget formulation, budget execution, policy and procedure development, financial management, procurement management, administrative support, human capital management, physical, personnel and information security management, real and personal property management (to include fleet), facilities management, records management, mail management, subscriptions, occupational safety and health, environmental and energy management, environmental planning and historic management communications planning, conference/event planning, travel management, network, systems and applications engineering, information assurance, IT governance, operations, and maintenance…”
“2.0 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
The requirements and tasks for this acquisition are provided in terms of five Function Areas:
- Program Management and Business Management Office
- Information Assurance (IA) Systems Engineering
- Information Assurance (IA) Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) Support
- Service Delivery (SD) IT Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Support
- Service Delivery (SD) IT Governance Support: S&T Collaborative Solutions/SharePoint…”
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