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GSA Draft RFP: Alliant 3 GWAC

Notice ID 47QTCK22N001

The Alliant 3 Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) is publicized solely for market research purposes. As such, this document only contains sections of the intended contract for which the General Service Administration is seeking public comments and questions via A3draftRFP@gsa.gov. This document is not an official RFP from the Government and does not constitute a request for offers. All comments or questions received are on a voluntary basis. The Government will not reimburse any costs attributed to responses.

We encourage interested parties to review this draft soliciation and provide feedback using the attached Alliant 3 GWAC Draft RFP Response Template. The Government will consider any comments or questions received prior to January 6, 2023 by 12 pm (noon) Eastern Standard Time (EST). The Government reserves the right to consolidate and/or select the questions and comments to respond to as a result of this draft RFP…

C.2 SCOPE OF WORK OVERVIEW

The Master Contract provides maximum flexibility in acquiring an IT service-based solution for any conceivable IT service-based requirement, driving government savings through efficiencies and improved reporting data with greater integrity, while maintaining an “Anything IT Anywhere” philosophy.

The Master Contract scope includes any and all components of an integrated IT service-based solution, including all current leading-edge technologies and any new technologies, which may emerge during the Master Contract period of performance. All IT development methodologies, including Agile, are supported. The Master Contract scope also includes IT service-based support of National Security Systems, as defined in FAR 39.002. The Master Contract provides IT solutions through performance of a broad range of services, which may include the integration of various technologies critical to the services being acquired. The foundation of the Scope of the Master Contract is built on the most current FEA and DoD IEA Reference Models. (See links under Resources Section C.10). As the definition of IT changes over the lifecycle of the Master Contract with the evolving FEA and DoD IEA models, the scope of the Master Contract will be considered to coincide with the current IT definition at any given time.

By nature of the alignment to FEA and DoD IEA, the Master Contract includes any and all emerging IT components, IT services, and ancillary elements as they arise, as required, to successfully achieve the agency’s mission. Therefore, because technological advances over the term of this Master Contract are inevitable, the scope of this Master Contract takes into consideration that Task Order Requirements are permitted to include any future IT services with their integral and necessary ancillary IT components and services as they arise during the entire term of this contract including any IT services solution as a service. The scope of the Master Contract includes every conceivable aspect of IT Services,…

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