DOT Department of Civil Rights issues Pre-solicitation for Database Administrative Services


The DOT Department of Civil Rights (DOCR) has issued a pre-solicitation for database administrative services. The organizations web-based client architecture currently supports four tracking applications written in Microsoft ASP and PHP.  These systems use the Microsoft SQL and MySQL database management system to control all data storage and retrieval.  Data from these databases are used to meet Federal Civil Rights reporting requirements, Freedom of Information Act inquiries, support analytical studies conducted on its Civil Rights Programs, and to keep the general public informed of DOT civil rights matters.

The scope of this procurement is to assemble a staff of experts that will provide database administrative services for DOCR maintained information systems; establish data reports; train DOCR staff to use OST-standard products and services; design and develop client applications and perform content updates.

The resultant contract will have an effective base period of performance of 12-Months, with four 12-Month option periods. The agency intends to issue a 100% set-aside to eligible 8(a) vendors.

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