“The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) intends to award a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) to multiple vendors who can provide professional services to support the FDIC in strategic planning and organizational change management; business analysis; program and project management; and DevSecOps support. The objective of this procurement is to maximize FDIC’s staffing flexibilities and ensure availability of resources to support ongoing programs and initiatives as well as support the FDIC in times of unexpected increased workload and demands.
In fulfillment of this objective vendors are expected to support the FDIC in continually seeking ways to better serve the mission through enhanced Information Technology (IT) services and to directly align with the strategic themes of the Chief Information Officer Organization (CIOO).”
“The overall scope of these multiple-award BOAs include support for IT strategies, policies, guidance, and practices development; business analysis; financial analysis; support for project management, program management and solutions implementation, organizational change management, and training; risk management; laws and regulations compliance; enterprise technology planning and modeling; business process improvement; business and artificial intelligence support; Information Technology (IT) Life Cycle framework development, updates, and governance support; and DevSecOps support. Contractors shall provide independent professional advisory services, free of any conflict of interest (COI) with other contractors supporting the CIOO. Contractors shall act in good faith and in the best interest of the FDIC in performing the duties and comply with FDIC policies, procedures, and directives.
In performing these services, outputs may take the form of research, analyses, evaluations, project schedules and cost estimates, and recommendations to complement the CIOO’s business management and technical expertise in accomplishing its mission.
The Contractor shall be capable of handling multiple task orders simultaneously.
Work will be purchased by the issuance of task orders. Each task order will include its own work statement that will supplement this document.
Business Objectives – The contractor shall provide professional business services corporate wide to meet the following business objectives of the contract:
- Foster an environment to achieve the CIOO priorities.
- Increase organizational and operational efficiency and effectiveness.
- Provide independent and unbiased perspectives.
- Apply industry best practices.
- Provide a strategic outlook.
- Address new and emergent IT needs.
- Address and minimize risk.
- Provide support for future initiatives and emerging technologies.
Capabilities and Disciplines – The contractor will be responsible for providing all professional services to include but not limited to management, supervision, personnel, supplies, materials, and equipment (except for Government furnished items, if any) deemed necessary to accomplish the SBSS support as identified herein and as detailed in task orders issued against the BOA. Additionally, the Contractor will be responsible for providing strategic planning, organizational change management (OCM), business analysis (BA), program and project management support, and DevSecOps support. The capabilities and disciplines listed below provide a general scope of activities that may be required throughout the life of the BOA. Specific scope requirements of each task order, deliverable, documentation, etc. will be described in detail in the individual task order(s). A task order could encompass all or could be specific to one capability or discipline. For example, a task order may require business analysis support for work throughout one or more sections of the CIOO. Alternately, a task order may require work in all of the following capabilities and disciplines to support a specific program within one section of the CIOO…”