DOT RFP: Configuration, Logistics, and Management Resource Solutions (CLMRS) Supply Chain Transformation Support

Updated January 14, 2022.

Notice ID 6973GH-22-R-00030

Related Notice 6973GH-22-R-00030DRAFT

“Description

The services required by this contract must be performed in accordance with the requirements in this Statement of Work (SOW). This SOW defines requirements to provide engineering and support services to implement the LCSS and CMA systems using the IFS platform. The Contractor will be responsible for software coding and customization of the IFS platform. Associated support services include program management, system integration, security, test and evaluation, system implementation and in-service support, training, technical documentation.

This SOW additionally defines requirements to provide integrated logistics support (ILS), supply chain management (SCM), in-service lifecycle management and support of agency optimization initiatives for NAS supply chain and maintenance. Associated support services incorporate planning, requirements, design, development, testing, training, implementation, and maintenance support for Logistic Center, NISG and NSST programs, applications, and databases.

The Contractor must adhere to Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) procedures. The FAA Business owners determine the priority of work in accordance with the FAA’s strategic objectives and within scope of this SOW. The Contractor will develop Program Increment (PI) objectives, on an incremental basis, for approval by the FAA, and perform services that will be documented, delivered, and demonstrated per the tasks in this SOW.

All additional questions to this solicitation must be received by Friday, January 19th 2021, 5:00 p.m. CT…

All proposals to this solicitation must be received by Monday, January 31st 2022, 5:00 p.m. CT…”

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Posted January 5, 2022.

Notice ID 6973GH-22-R-00030DRAFT

“C.1.2 Scope of Work

The services required by this contract must be performed in accordance with the requirements in this Statement of Work (SOW). This SOW defines requirements to provide engineering and support services to implement the LCSS and CMA systems using the IFS platform. The Contractor will be responsible for software coding and customization of the IFS platform. Associated support services include program management, system integration, security, test and evaluation, system implementation and in-service support, training, technical documentation.

This SOW additionally defines requirements to provide integrated logistics support (ILS), supply chain management (SCM), in-service lifecycle management and support of agency optimization initiatives for NAS supply chain and maintenance. Associated support services incorporate planning, requirements, design, development, testing, training, implementation, and maintenance support for Logistic Center, NISG and NSST programs, applications, and databases.

The Contractor must adhere to Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) procedures. The FAA Business owners determine the priority of work in accordance with the FAA’s strategic objectives and within scope of this SOW. The Contractor will develop Program Increment (PI) objectives, on an incremental basis, for approval by the FAA, and perform services that will be documented, delivered, and demonstrated per the tasks in this SOW…”

“C.2.6.1 Software Development Services The Contractor must provide relevant engineering services to the support the development of IFS applications specific to the LCSS and CMA programs. IFS is a COTS Software Platform that the FAA customizes for LCSS and CMA. The engineering services must support the development and sustainment of the LCSS and CMA IFS products and associated applications in containers via Red Hat OpenShift. Contractor will be responsible for software coding and customization of the LCSS and CMA IFS applications. Services include but not limited to the development of software code and sustainment of operators, self-healing infrastructure, and rolling updates. The Contractor will conduct all development, integration, test, and activities in accordance with this SOW and is responsible for implementing the requirements. The Contractor must define, document, and follow an approach for using modular design, standards-based interfaces, and widely supported consensus-based standards. To meet these requirements, the following system architecture approach characteristics must be utilized:

  1. Open Architecture – The Contractor must develop and maintain an architecture that incorporates appropriate considerations for re-configurability, portability, maintainability, technology insertion, vendor independence, reusability, scalability, interoperability, upgradeability, and long-term supportability.
  2. Modular, Open Design – The Contractor must develop an architecture that is layered and modular and uses standards-based commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)/Non-development item (NDI) hardware, operating systems, and/or middleware that all utilize either nonproprietary or non-vendor unique key Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
  3. Inter-Component Dependencies – The Contractor’s design approach must result in a layered system design, maximizing software independence from the hardware, thereby facilitating technology refresh. The design must isolate the application software layers from the infrastructure software (such as the operating system) to enhance portability and to facilitate technology refresh. The design must be able to survive a change to the computing infrastructure with minimal or no changes required to the application logic. The interfaces between the layers must be built to open standards or available to the Government with at least Government Purpose Rights.
  4. Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) –The Contractor’s design approach must produce a system that consists of hierarchical collections of software configuration items (components). The Contractor’s design approach must emphasize the selection of components that are available commercially…”

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