“The NNSA, Office of Safety Infrastructure & Operations (NA-50), is conducting a market survey to primarily determine the availability and technical capability of qualified small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses (SDB), 8(a) small businesses, woman-owned small businesses (WOSB), veteran owned small businesses (VOSB), service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB), and Historically Under-utilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small businesses capable of providing integration and analysis of disparate safety data. NA-50 is seeking to apply the latest data science technologies to the large body of structured and unstructured data to monitor the safe performance of the nuclear security enterprise, and to evaluate the effectiveness of policies and requirements impacting operations.
NA-50 is seeking secure cloud services, including platform, infrastructure, and software as a service, from a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) certified vendor. However, all available and capable sources are encouraged to respond.
The NNSA under NA-50 is conducting market research to identify sources that have the combination of experience in:
- Software, and licensing capable of integrating data from disparate data sets, across the nuclear security enterprise
- Quality analysis, trending, and interactive visual displays for informed decision making
- Data security, and the ability to obtain authority to operate from NNSA Information management
- Cloud services from a FedRAMP vendor, including platform, infrastructure, and software as a service…”
“… All responding firms are requested to identify their firm’s size and type of business to the anticipated North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code. For this acquisition, the NAICS code is 511210 Software Publishers with a size standard of $41.5 Million. Teaming arrangements and joint ventures will be considered for any subsequent procurement based on the Government’s market research, provided the prime contract is awarded to an applicable small business and that small businesses can fulfill the requirements under FAR 52.219-14 Limitations on Subcontracting.”