Labor Dept. Seeking Network Ops, IT Support Provider

The Labor Department’s office of information systems and technologies is seeking a contractor to provide network operations center and information technology support.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is for five years excluding options, according to a modified request for proposals posted Thursday.

The RFP did not disclose the ceiling amount of the award.

DOL said the contract is intended to support the Employment and Training Administration’s objectives.

The awardees will provide systems administration and engineering and program and project management services.

DOL said it is also seeking help desk services and support for:

  • Local area and wide area networks
  • Data centers
  • Web, database, and Unix administration
  • Application infrastructure

The department’s office of financial and administrative management leads OIST.

You may also be interested in...

GSA Eyes ‘On-Ramp’ Solicitation for OASIS Small Business IDIQ’s Six Subpools

The General Services Administration has announced plans to issue a solicitation as an on-ramp for the six subpools of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business contract vehicle. GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service said in a presolicitation notice published Friday that it expects to award 30 contracts for subpool 1, 20 contracts for subpool 3 and eight each for subpools 2, 4, 5B and 6 of the OASIS SB indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

SSL to Design Methane Emission Detection Satellite; Richard White Quoted

Maxar TechnologiesSSL subsidiary has received a contract from Environmental Defense Fund to design and define requirements for a small satellite designed to detect and monitor methane emissions from oil and gas facilities worldwide. MethaneSAT is a small form-factor satellite that will work to provide high-resolution images to help detect and measure low- and high-emission sources in regions that constitute more than 80 percent of global production of oil and gas per week, Maxar said Thursday

Booz Allen’s Sarah St. Clair on Lessons Learned From HR Tech Upgrade Project

Sarah St. Clair, vice president responsible for human resource services at Booz Allen Hamilton, told Diginomica in an interview published Tuesday about the company’s experiences and efforts to address challenges associated with upgrading its HR technology system. St. Clair discussed Booz Allen’s move to execute the Workday project to manage recruitment operations and mentioned some of the actions the company made to mitigate negative impacts associated with project implementation.