The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement SEWP (V) is a multi-award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle focused on IT products and product based services. This is an IDIQ GWAC contract vehicle with a ten year base and value of $20B and can be used by any agency. The Contract requires a wide range of advanced technology including tablets, desktops and servers; IT peripherals; network equipment; storage systems; security tools; software products; cloud based services; telecommunications; Health IT; sensors; video conferencing systems and other IT and Audio-Visual products. Product based services such as installation; training, maintenance and warranty are also available through SEWP.
The Department of the Army, Chief Information Officer/G-6, Network Enterprise Technology Command, Directorate of Information Management, Fort Detrick, Communications Services III (IMCS III) is a FFP cost reimbursable IDIQ contract with an $850M value with that has a one year base and four one year options starting on June 15, 2015. The scope of the contract is to maintain the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) classified and unclassified communications systems which includes Administrative Telephone Services (ATS), Inside Plant (includes Tier I and II support), Customer Service Support, Outside Plant support (cable), Cable Audits, Information Technology Services (IT), Network Engineering and Telecommunications Support Services.
The Army Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) Communication and Transmission Systems (CTS) Program to provision full lifecycle communications and transmission systems, services, and hardware, including Local Area Network (LAN), Satellite Communications (SATCOM), Long Haul Transmission Systems, Radio and Wireless Systems, and Command Center Systems. The 5 year $4.1B program is managed out of the Army Contracting Command's Rock Island Contracting Center (RICC).
The Alliant Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is a next generation contract vehicle that provides the greatest amount of flexibility possible to efficiently and effectively support the Federal Government's needs in its daily operations, its protection of infrastructure, the fight against terrorism, and the development and marketing of emerging technologies. Alliant is broadly scoped with a suite of Information Technology (IT) services that provide government agencies with the ability to obtain complete solutions rather than partial IT answers. Through technical refresh provisions, this GWAC will remain technically current to ensure that customers have access to the newest technologies and services the IT industry has to offer.
Connections II is a $5 billion, 9-year and 3 month multiple award contract that is the government's one-stop shop for buying telecommunications, network, and communications solutions. CONNECTIONS II meets government agencies' equipment, building, and campus infrastructure needs, and it provides professional services to support existing networks and design customized client-specific solutions.
Under the program, the contractors will provide sea enterprise C4ISR support services for installation, material acquisition, system modifications, tests, and system training and documentation preparation.
The U.S. Air Force's Network Centric Solutions 2 (NETCENTS-II) contract consists of a collection of acquisitions that have replaced the current NETCENTS contract vehicle with seven separate indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts. The total value of NETCENTS-II is $24+ billion over a seven-year period. NETCENTS-II is managed by the AFPEO Business Enterprise Services (BES) at Gunter Annex, Maxwell AFB. Under the NETCENTS-II NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions Full and Open ID/IQ contract structure, Black Box could provide an indefinite quantity of supplies or services through 2025 as this $7.9 billion ID/IQ contract provides a full range of information technology services and solutions.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) Program is an Agency Specific IDIQ contract which consists of a 1 year base plus 4 x 1 year options with an estimated $6B value. It provides support to both classified and unclassified programs to coordinate infrastructure development efforts; manage IT service dependencies; translate strategic initiatives into functional capabilities and corresponding IT requirements; define capability gaps; manage the technical plans for IT engineering, hardware and enterprise architecture projects.
The Transport & Computing Infrastructure (TCI) Services Pillar is an 8a set-aside ID/IQ Contract for IT Services in support of Ashore, Afloat, Mobile, and Joint Federal and DoD customer base supporting IT and communications infrastructure and services worldwide.
The Communications Technical Support Services (CTSS-2) in Southwest Asia (SWA) contract ensures Command and Control information is available to forward deployed forces supporting Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom and continuing mission requirements of the Department of Defense (DoD). This effort provides mission critical communications capabilities supporting joint services military personnel and coalition forces, primarily in the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR). Black Box has provided on-site and remote support to the telecommunications switching systems in theater for over 12 years.
The $788 million OMDAC-SWACA contract provides IT operations and maintenance support for the Army's Network Enterprise Technology Command. Our team combined staffs over 1,000 IT technicians, providing communications and IT services to CENTCOM and its supported units in Southwest and Central Asia (US Army Central [ARCENT], 160th Signal Brigade, NETCOM, Marine Expeditionary Forces in Western Iraq, and US Navy at Djibouti in support of Coalition Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa). Black Box, as part of the Vectrus Team, works in multiple locations throughout the Southwest and Central Asia regions, with a program management office based adjacent to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
The ITES-2S scope includes a full range of services and solutions necessary for the Army to satisfy its support of the Army enterprise infrastructure and infrastructure goals with Information Technology (IT) services worldwide. The scope includes the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information management (C4IM).
ITES-2S provides end-to-end solutions to satisfy worldwide development, deployment, operation, maintenance, and sustainment requirements. Additionally included is support to analyze requirements, develop and implement recommended solutions, and operate and maintain legacy systems and equipment. The scope is broad enough and sufficiently flexible to satisfy requirements that may change over the nine-year period of performance, and fully comprehensive so as to embrace the full complement of services that relate to IT.
The Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Hardware (ITES-2H) is a five-year, $5 billion Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, specifically designed as the primary source for commercial server and storage network environment products. ITES-2H will support the services-centric ITES-2S contracts, helping the Army achieve its enterprise infrastructure mission.
The ITES-2H contract is designed to deliver product solutions based on the nine product categories: UNIX platforms with RISC-based servers, Windows-based servers, workstations, thin clients, desktops and notebooks, storage systems, networking equipment, network printers, accessories, and video equipment. In additional to products, the solution may include services related to the purchase of equipment, including site surveys, system configuration/integration solutions, system migrations, image loading, data migration, extended equipment warranty, and installation.
The Army, Department of Defense, and all other federal agencies are eligible to purchase equipment and services through ITES-2H. Products procured through this acquisition vehicle are required to comply with DoD and Army standards, such as the DoD IT Standards Registry and Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS).
Veterans Administration Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (VA T4) is a five-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that enables VA to modernize services through transformational capabilities, systems engineering, and other solutions that span the entire range of lifecycle-based IT including cyber security, LAN/WAN management, and technical facilities support.
Contract vehicle supporting tactical command, control, and communications system hardware, software, engineering, and sustainment for PEO C3T mission to develop, field, and support networked communication systems .