CIO-SP3 SB

CIO-SP3 SB Contract Information

The CIO-SP3 Small Business Contract Holders have gone through a rigorous source selection process prior to award, ensuring the pool of contractors are the best-of-the-best, resulting in significant savings in time, money and resources. CIO-SP3 is a Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) from NITAAC that can be used by any federal civilian or DoD agency to fulfill a broad range of mission critical IT requirements. With a $20 billion ceiling, flexible contract types and the ability to award in modular increments and incorporate performance-based features, CIO-SP3 allows for streamlined planning, acquisition and deployment of large-scale IT program requirements.

Award Date: 5/11/2020
Period of Performance: 5/11/2020 to 07/14/2022
Contract Number: 75N98120D00045
Contract Type: Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Task Order (FFP, CPFF, CPAF)
Location: NIS Solutions Corp., Sterling, Virginia
Contract Number: 75N98120D00045
Available Services: CIO-SP3 covers the full gamut of IT information technology efforts including Cloud Computing, Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance. IT Operations and Support. The following task areas constitute the technical scope of our contract
  • Task Area 1: IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences and Healthcare
  • Task Area 2: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
  • Task Area 4: Outsourcing
  • Task Area 5: IT Operations and Maintenance
  • Task Area 6: Integration Services
  • Task Area 7: Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance
  • Task Area 8: Digital Government
  • Task Area 9: Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Task Area 10: Software Development

CIO-SP3 Awarded Contract

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NIS Solutions’ CIO-SP3 Prompt Payment Terms

NIS Solutions’ terms are prompt pay per FAR Clause 52.232-25 (Oct 2008) Prompt Payment and Alternate 1 (Feb 2002). Discounts for prompt payment may be considered at the task order level in accordance with FAR Clause 52.232-8 Discounts for Prompt Payment

Contact Information

Kingsley Obaji

Business Development
571-203-8511
kobaji@nissolutions.com

Marc Richa

Program Manager
571-203-8503
mricha@nissolutions.com

Website:
nissolutions.com/CIO-SP3 ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

CIO-SP3 Solution

The Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is a ten (10) year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. This contract is intended to provide information technology (IT) solutions and services as defined in FAR 2.101(b) and further clarified in the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996. These IT solutions and services include, but are not limited to, health and biomedical related IT services to meet scientific, health, administrative, operational, managerial, and information management requirements. The contract also contains general IT services partly because medical systems are increasingly integrated within a broader IT architecture, requiring a systems approach to their implementation and a sound infrastructure for their operation.

C.2.1. Task Area 1 – IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare

The objective of this task area is to support Biomedical Research, Health Sciences and Healthcare by performing studies and analyses, and providing operational, technical, and maintenance services for the systems, subsystems, and equipment, some of which interface with, and are extensions to, information systems throughout the federal government. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Health Sciences Informatic and Computational Services
  2. Health Communication Support Services and Enhancements to Facilitate Integration and Data Exchange at the Federal, State, and Local Level
  3. Integration of Health Systems Across Federal Agencies and Public and Private Healthcare Systems
  4. Modernization and Enhancement of Existing Health IT Legacy Systems
  5. Automation of Administrative and Clinical Processes
  6. Biomedical Information Services
  7. Biomedical Modeling, Visualization, and Simulation
  8. Bio surveillance and Disease Management Support
  9. Scientific Computing Services
  10. IT Clinical Support Services
  11. Telemedicine (e.g., mobile health/mHealth)
  12. Healthcare Payment Processes and Fraud and Abuse in Medical Claims
  13. Health Emergency Preparedness and Response to Include IT Support for Epidemic and Bio-Terrorism Simulations, Emergency Response Training, Exercise Support, etc.
  14. Security of Healthcare and Biomedical Research Systems
  15. IT Service Management
  16. Healthcare Systems Studies
  17. Natural Language Processing Software and Services (Biology/Medicine Focus)
  18. Medical Computer-based Training
  19. Standards Development for Health IT Services
C.2.2. Task Area 2 – Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support

The objective of this task area is to support Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in implementing laws, regulations and policies and to facilitate evolving CIO practices. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. IT Governance Process Development and Management
  2. Workforce Management
  3. Capital Planning and Investment Control Support
  4. Independent Verification and Validation
  5. Agency Information Technology Architecture Support
  6. IT Portfolio Analysis
  7. Risk Management
  8. Program Analyses and Implementation (including Business Cases Analysis, Cost/Benefit Analysis and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses)
  9. IT Organizational Development
  10. Program Management Office Support
  11. Advisory and Assistance Services
  12. FEA Alignment Support Services
  13. Market Research
C.2.3. Task Area 3 – Imaging

The objective of this task area addresses systems and services that support the collection, storage, and retrieval of digital images. Digital images can include scanned documents, medical images, geographical information systems, video, and photographs. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Document Management Systems
  2. Image Conversion
  3. Image Content Management
  4. Medical Imaging, including Picture Archiving and Communication Systems
  5. Document Imaging
  6. Workflow Management for Digital Imaging Functions
  7. Geospatial and Scientific Imaging
  8. Environmental Imaging
  9. Image Analysis
  10. 3D Immersive Visualization
  11. Imaging Related to Laboratory and Test Equipment
  12. Security Imaging
  13. Identity and Access Management
C.2.4. Task Area 4 – Outsourcing

The objective of this task area is to provide the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and IT services required to assume management and operations of government IT resources and IT business functions. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Program Management
  2. Management of Call Centers
  3. Network Operations and Web Management Support
  4. Leasing of Hardware and Software
  5. Tools and Applications (including Application Service Provider)
  6. Hardware/Software Maintenance
  7. Transition Planning
  8. A-76 Studies Specific to IT Operations or Support
  9. DataBase Administration and Data Storage Management
  10. Backup and Recovery Services System Console Operations
  11. Production Control and Management
  12. Asset Management (including Radio Frequency Identification [RFID] Tracking)
  13. IT Acquisition Management
  14. Desktop Computing as a Unified Service
  15. Managed IT Services Support
  16. IT Impact Analyses
  17. Workflow Management
  18. Implementation of Standards (e.g., International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9000, Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI), IT Services Management)
  19. Solution Leasing
  20. Software-as-a-service (SaaS)
  21. Cloud Computing
C.2.5. Task Area 5 – IT Operations and Maintenance

The objective of this task area is to support the operation and maintenance of IT systems, keeping IT systems viable with supported vendor releases or off-the-shelf applications software upgrades. Operations and maintenance on IT systems shall include all software and hardware associated with mainframes, client/server, web-based applications, and networking. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Operational Support
  2. Software Maintenance and Upgrades
  3. Telecommunications Maintenance (Data, Voice, Images, including Wireless)
  4. Infrastructure Management Services (IMS)
  5. Configuration Management
  6. Network/Hardware Support
  7. Help Desk/IT Support
  8. Resource Management
  9. Backup and Recovery Management
  10. Installation, Configuration, and Tuning
  11. Electronic Software Licensing Services including license: deployment, management, tracking, upgrading etc.
  12. System Management
  13. IT Training
  14. IT Operation and Maintenance Planning
  15. Data Quality Management
  16. Transformation Services
  17. Continual Service Improvement
  18. Balanced Scorecard for Operations
  19. IT Infrastructure Optimization
C.2.6. Task Area 6 – Integration Services

The objective of this task area is to support the development and deployment of integrated information systems, which includes the integration of technical components, information technology components, organizational components and documentation. Integration projects can support a wide range of agency functions. In the healthcare and research domain, medical imaging systems, patient management systems, clinical management systems, and laboratory management systems are often provided via integration of commercial components with existing infrastructure. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Infrastructure Engineering, Development, Implementation, Integration
  2. Enterprise Application Integration
  3. Gap Analysis and Benchmarking
  4. Data Migration and Integration
  5. Open Source Integration
  6. Enterprise Data Management
  7. Collaboration Tools
  8. Business Process Reengineering
  9. Test and Evaluation Services
  10. Financial Analysis
  11. Feasibility Studies
  12. Requirements Analysis
  13. System Design Alternative (SDA) Studies
  14. Systems Engineering
  15. Architecture Validation and Verification
  16. Risk Assessment
  17. Acquisition Support
C.2.7. Task Area 7 – Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance

The objective of this task area is to support the protection of critical infrastructure, assurance of agency information, and operations that protect and defend information and information systems by ensuring confidentiality, integrity, availability, accountability, restoration, authentication, non-repudiation, protection, detection, monitoring, and event react capabilities. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Cyber Security
  2. Critical Infrastructure Asset Identification and Configuration Management Databases
  3. Information Assurance of Critical Infrastructure
  4. Risk Management (Vulnerability Assessment and Threat Identification)
  5. Facility Protection Planning
  6. Information Systems Security
  7. Security Operations Center Development and Operations Management
  8. Application Security
  9. Disaster Recovery
  10. Critical Infrastructure Continuity and Contingency Planning
  11. Incident Response Planning and Execution
  12. Security Certification and Accreditation
  13. Training and Awareness Programs
  14. Exercises and Simulation
  15. Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Implementation Support
  16. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Implementation Support
  17. Cryptographic Support and Services
  18. Record Management
  19. Public Key Infrastructure
  20. Trusted Internet Connections implementation
  21. Security Review and Analysis of Automated Information Systems
  22. Identity Management and Assurance
  23. Intelligent, Automated Data Collection and Analysis
  24. IT Forensics and eDiscovery
C.2.8. Task Area 8 – Digital Government

The objective of this task area is to support government services that are provided through digital, electronic means, creating a transparent interaction between government and citizens (G2C – government-to-citizens), government and business enterprises (G2B – government-to-business enterprises) and government interagency relationships (G2G – government-to-government). A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Data Warehousing and Data Mining
  2. Business Intelligence
  3. Web Development and Support
  4. Electronic Commerce and Electronic Data Interchange
  5. Customer Relationship Management
  6. Knowledge Management (IT-based sharing/storing of agency knowledge)
  7. IT -Enhanced Public Relations
  8. IT Strategic Planning
  9. Records/Document Management
  10. Business-to-Government (B2G) Solutions
  11. Communications Management
  12. Accessibility Services (508 and 504 compliance)
  13. Automated Abstraction, Taxonomies, and Ontologies
  14. Deep web and federated searching
  15. Computational linguistics and machine-based translation
  16. Telecommuting Support Services
  17. Interactive Marketing
C.2.9. Task Area 9 – Enterprise Resource Planning

The objective of this task area is to support the implementation of enterprise management applications and systems in the federal environment, which are integrated software applications used to control, monitor, and coordinate key business activities across an enterprise. These applications generally fall into the following categories: Financials, Human Resources, Logistics, Manufacturing, and Projects. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. ERP Package Implementation
  2. Integration of Business Systems
  3. Business Consulting Services
  4. Business Transformation and Business Process Reengineering
  5. Business Systems Modernization
  6. IT Software Package Selection
  7. ERP IT Infrastructure
  8. ERP Infrastructure Planning, Installation, and Tuning
  9. Performance Load Testing
  10. ERP End User Training
C.2.10. Task Area 10 – Software Development

The objective of this task area is to develop customized software applications, database applications, and other solutions not available in off-the-shelf modular software applications. A comprehensive, but not limited, sampling of work to be performed under this task area is shown below:

  1. Requirements Analysis, Design, Coding, and Testing
  2. Production Deployment
  3. Application Prototyping
  4. Multimedia Software for Patient/Staff Education
  5. Program Evaluation Software
  6. Administrative and General Decision Support Software
  7. Business Intelligence and Analytics
  8. GIS-Enhanced Planning and Program Evaluation Software
  9. Web 2.0 Development and Management
  10. Database Development and Management
  11. Clinical Protocol and Quality Assurance Decision Support Software
Benefits

  1. Easy-to-use online ordering systems for task order competition and management
  2. No special “Delegation of Procurement Authority” is needed from NITAAC to use our GWACs or online systems
  3. Cradle-to-grave support from the NITAAC Customer Support Center
  4. Free comprehensive assessment of requirements within 24 hours
  5. Free training on GWACs, FAR 16, NITAAC contracts and NITAAC online ordering systems; certification for 2 CLPs awarded
  6. Support all contract types including hybrid
  7. Pre-competed at the Master Contract level
  8. Negotiated discounts available at the task order level
  9. Streamlined ordering procedures based on FAR 16
  10. 0.65% contract access fee; no additional charge for value-added services
  11. Awards in as little as 30 day

Contractor Site Labor Rates

  1. ITEM DESCRIPTION U/M Contract Year
    5 6 7 8 9 10
      Escalation rate     2.00% 2.00% 2.00% 2.00% 2.00%
    0001 AA01 Administrative Assistant – Level I HR $32.51 $33.16 $33.82 $34.49 $35.18 $35.89
    0001 AA02 Administrative Assistant – Level II HR $44.50 $45.38 $46.29 $47.22 $48.16 $49.13
    0001 AB01 Application Engineer – Level I HR $73.26 $74.73 $76.22 $77.74 $79.30 $80.88
    0001 AB02 Application Engineer – Level II HR $101.97 $104.01 $106.09 $108.21 $110.38 $112.58
    0001 AC01 Application Programmer – Level I HR $63.12 $64.38 $65.67 $66.98 $68.32 $69.69
    0001 AC02 Application Programmer – Level II HR $81.31 $82.94 $84.60 $86.29 $88.01 $89.78
    0001 AC03 Applications Programmer – Level III HR $115.25 $117.55 $119.90 $122.30 $124.75 $127.24
    0001 AD00 Application Systems Analyst HR $114.14 $116.42 $118.75 $121.12 $123.54 $126.02
    0001 AE00 Biostatatician HR $117.70 $120.05 $122.46 $124.90 $127.40 $129.95
    0001 AF01 Business Analyst – Level I HR $71.94 $73.38 $74.85 $76.34 $77.87 $79.43
    0001 AF02 Business Analyst – Level II HR $92.69 $94.54 $96.43 $98.36 $100.33 $102.33
    0001 AF03 Business Analyst – Level III HR $122.54 $124.99 $127.49 $130.04 $132.64 $135.29
    0001 AG01 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level I HR $83.83 $85.51 $87.22 $88.96 $90.74 $92.56
    0001 AG02 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level II HR $106.33 $108.45 $110.62 $112.83 $115.09 $117.39
    0001 AG03 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level III HR $143.57 $146.44 $149.37 $152.36 $155.41 $158.52
    0001 AH00 Chief Information Security Officer HR $165.21 $168.51 $171.88 $175.32 $178.83 $182.40
    0001 AI00 Communications Hardware Specialist HR $88.03 $89.79 $91.59 $93.42 $95.29 $97.20
    0001 AJ00 Communications Network Manager HR $109.40 $111.58 $113.81 $116.09 $118.41 $120.78
    0001 AK00 Communications Software Specialist HR $102.10 $104.14 $106.23 $108.35 $110.52 $112.73
    0001 AL00 Communications Specialist HR $104.30 $106.39 $108.52 $110.69 $112.90 $115.16
    0001 AM00 Computer Data Librarian HR $43.08 $43.94 $44.82 $45.71 $46.63 $47.56
    0001 AN00 Computer Scientist HR $142.42 $145.27 $148.17 $151.13 $154.16 $157.24
    0001 AO01 Computer Security System Specialist – Level I HR $78.24 $79.81 $81.40 $83.03 $84.69 $86.39
    0001 AO02 Computer Security System Specialist – Level II HR $110.04 $112.24 $114.49 $116.78 $119.12 $121.50
    0001 AO03 Computer Security System Specialist – Level III HR $147.48 $150.43 $153.44 $156.50 $159.63 $162.83
    0001 AP01 Computer Systems Analyst – Level I HR $74.67 $76.16 $77.68 $79.24 $80.82 $82.44
    0001 AP02 Computer Systems Analyst –     Level II HR $116.26 $118.58 $120.96 $123.37 $125.84 $128.36
    0001 AP03 Computer Systems Analyst –    Level III HR $132.43 $135.08 $137.78 $140.53 $143.35 $146.21
    0001 AQ00 Configuration Management Specialist HR $68.61 $69.98 $71.38 $72.81 $74.26 $75.75
    0001 AR01 Cost Analyst – Level I HR $81.88 $83.52 $85.19 $86.90 $88.63 $90.41
    0001 AR02 Cost Analyst – Level II HR $110.81 $113.03 $115.29 $117.60 $119.95 $122.35
    0001 AS00 Data Entry Clerk HR $38.32 $39.09 $39.87 $40.67 $41.48 $42.31
    0001 AT00 Data Security Specialist HR $94.70 $96.59 $98.52 $100.50 $102.51 $104.56
    0001 AU00 Data Standardization Specialist HR $89.72 $91.51 $93.34 $95.21 $97.11 $99.05
    0001 AV00 Database Administrator HR $115.25 $117.55 $119.90 $122.30 $124.75 $127.24
    0001 AW01 Database Management Specialist – Level I HR $61.49 $62.72 $63.97 $65.25 $66.56 $67.89
    0001 AW02 Database Management Specialist – Level II HR $90.42 $92.23 $94.07 $95.95 $97.87 $99.83
    0001 AW03 Database Management Specialist – Level III HR $110.00 $112.20 $114.44 $116.73 $119.07 $121.45
    0001 AX01 Database Specialist – Level I HR $56.51 $57.64 $58.79 $59.97 $61.16 $62.39
    0001 AX02 Database Specialist – Level II HR $89.60 $91.39 $93.21 $95.08 $96.98 $98.92
    0001 AX03 Database Specialist – Level III HR $108.86 $111.03 $113.25 $115.52 $117.83 $120.19
    0001 AY00 Data Warehousing Administrator HR $111.35 $113.58 $115.85 $118.17 $120.53 $122.94
    0001 AZ00 Data Warehouse Analyst HR $115.32 $117.63 $119.98 $122.38 $124.83 $127.33
    0001 BA00 Data Warehouse Programmer HR $102.34 $104.39 $106.48 $108.61 $110.78 $113.00
    0001 BB00 Disaster Recovery Specialist HR $100.52 $102.53 $104.58 $106.67 $108.80 $110.98
    0001 BC01 Document Control Specialist –  Level I HR $42.25 $43.10 $43.96 $44.84 $45.73 $46.65
    0001 BC02 Document Control Specialist –   Level II HR $56.50 $57.63 $58.78 $59.95 $61.15 $62.38
    0001 BC03 Document Control Specialist –  Level III HR $67.29 $68.63 $70.01 $71.41 $72.83 $74.29
    0001 BD01 Document Support Specialist – Level I HR $41.25 $42.08 $42.92 $43.77 $44.65 $45.54
    0001 BD02 Document Support Specialist – Level II HR $55.95 $57.06 $58.21 $59.37 $60.56 $61.77
    0001 BE00 Duplicating Machine Operator HR $39.51 $40.30 $41.11 $41.93 $42.77 $43.62
    0001 BF00 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Specialist HR $97.61 $99.57 $101.56 $103.59 $105.66 $107.77
    0001 BG00 Electronic Meeting Technographer HR $56.40 $57.52 $58.68 $59.85 $61.05 $62.27
    0001 BH00 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Specialist HR $124.67 $127.17 $129.71 $132.31 $134.95 $137.65
    0001 BI00 Facilitator HR $68.60 $69.97 $71.37 $72.79 $74.25 $75.74
    0001 BJ00 Financial Analyst – IT HR $88.62 $90.39 $92.20 $94.04 $95.92 $97.84
    0001 BK01 Functional Analyst – Level I HR $66.59 $67.93 $69.28 $70.67 $72.08 $73.53
    0001 BK02 Functional Analyst – Level II HR $91.67 $93.51 $95.38 $97.29 $99.23 $101.22
    0001 BL01 General Clerk – Level I HR $35.40 $36.11 $36.83 $37.56 $38.32 $39.08
    0001 BL02 General Clerk – Level II HR $40.77 $41.58 $42.41 $43.26 $44.13 $45.01
    0001 BL03 General Clerk – Level III HR $44.75 $45.64 $46.56 $47.49 $48.44 $49.41
    0001 BM00 Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist HR $119.35 $121.74 $124.17 $126.66 $129.19 $131.77
    0001 BN00 Graphical User Interface Designer HR $91.40 $93.23 $95.09 $96.99 $98.93 $100.91
    0001 BO00 Graphics Specialist HR $85.37 $87.08 $88.82 $90.60 $92.41 $94.26
    0001 BP00 Hardware Draftsman HR $65.35 $66.66 $67.99 $69.35 $70.74 $72.15
    0001 BQ01 Hardware Installation Technician – Level I HR $45.24 $46.15 $47.07 $48.01 $48.97 $49.95
    0001 BQ02 Hardware Installation Technician – Level II HR $54.81 $55.91 $57.03 $58.17 $59.33 $60.52
    0001 BR00 Hardware Specialist – Information Technology HR $85.49 $87.20 $88.95 $90.72 $92.54 $94.39
    0001 BS00 Help Desk Manager HR $78.68 $80.26 $81.86 $83.50 $85.17 $86.87
    0001 BT00 Help Desk Specialist HR $56.31 $57.44 $58.58 $59.76 $60.95 $62.17
    0001 BU01 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level I HR $55.46 $56.57 $57.70 $58.86 $60.03 $61.23
    0001 BU02 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level II HR $65.77 $67.08 $68.43 $69.79 $71.19 $72.61
    0001 BU03 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level III HR $80.72 $82.33 $83.98 $85.66 $87.37 $89.12
    0001 BV00 Informatic Specialist/Bioinformatician HR $125.99 $128.51 $131.08 $133.71 $136.38 $139.11
    0001 BW01 Information Engineer – Level I HR $78.03 $79.59 $81.19 $82.81 $84.47 $86.16
    0001 BW02 Information Engineer – Level II HR $113.69 $115.96 $118.28 $120.64 $123.06 $125.52
    0001 BX00 Information Resource Management Analyst HR $118.99 $121.37 $123.79 $126.27 $128.80 $131.37
    0001 BY00 Information Systems Training Specialist HR $90.12 $91.93 $93.76 $95.64 $97.55 $99.50
    0001 BZ00 IT Policy/Legislative Specialist HR $124.83 $127.32 $129.87 $132.47 $135.12 $137.82
    0001 CA00 IT Strategic/Capital Planner HR $153.46 $156.53 $159.66 $162.85 $166.11 $169.43
    0001 CB00 Knowledge Management Specialist HR $81.27 $82.89 $84.55 $86.24 $87.97 $89.73
    0001 CC00 Librarian HR $43.80 $44.68 $45.57 $46.48 $47.41 $48.36
    0001 CD00 Librarian Technician HR $39.59 $40.38 $41.19 $42.01 $42.85 $43.71
    0001 CE00 Medical Billing/Account Management Specialist HR $79.12 $80.71 $82.32 $83.97 $85.65 $87.36
    0001 CF00 Modeling and Simulation Specialist HR $139.78 $142.57 $145.42 $148.33 $151.30 $154.33
    0001 CG00 Network Administrator HR $106.35 $108.47 $110.64 $112.86 $115.11 $117.42
    0001 CH00 Network Draftsman HR $72.30 $73.75 $75.22 $76.73 $78.26 $79.83
    0001 CI01 Network Installation Technician – Level I HR $57.92 $59.07 $60.25 $61.46 $62.69 $63.94
    0001 CI02 Network Installation Technician – Level II HR $69.82 $71.21 $72.64 $74.09 $75.57 $77.08
    0001 CJ00 Network Support Technician HR $57.07 $58.21 $59.37 $60.56 $61.77 $63.01
    0001 CK00 Operations Manager HR $116.31 $118.64 $121.01 $123.43 $125.90 $128.42
    0001 CL00 Procurement Product Specialist HR $80.09 $81.69 $83.33 $84.99 $86.69 $88.43
    0001 CM00 Program Administration Specialist HR $71.63 $73.06 $74.53 $76.02 $77.54 $79.09
    0001 CN00 Program Analyst HR $82.70 $84.35 $86.04 $87.76 $89.51 $91.31
    0001 CO00 Program Manager HR $145.94 $148.86 $151.83 $154.87 $157.97 $161.13
    0001 CP00 Project Control Specialist HR $103.49 $105.56 $107.67 $109.82 $112.02 $114.26
    0001 CQ00 Project Leader HR $120.74 $123.15 $125.61 $128.13 $130.69 $133.30
    0001 CR01 Project Manager – Level I HR $89.07 $90.85 $92.67 $94.52 $96.41 $98.34
    0001 CR02 Project Manager – Level II HR $107.77 $109.92 $112.12 $114.36 $116.65 $118.98
    0001 CR03 Project Manager – Level III HR $144.40 $147.28 $150.23 $153.24 $156.30 $159.43
    0001 CS00 Public Health Analyst HR $107.01 $109.15 $111.33 $113.56 $115.83 $118.15
    0001 CT00 Quality Assurance Analyst HR $82.25 $83.89 $85.57 $87.28 $89.03 $90.81
    0001 CU00 Quality Assurance Manager HR $119.35 $121.74 $124.17 $126.66 $129.19 $131.77
    0001 CV00 Quality Assurance Specialist HR $100.50 $102.51 $104.56 $106.65 $108.78 $110.96
    0001 CW00 Records Management Specialist HR $78.55 $80.12 $81.72 $83.36 $85.03 $86.73
    0001 CX00 Scanner Operator HR $56.30 $57.42 $58.57 $59.74 $60.94 $62.16
    0001 CY00 Scientific Data Analyst HR $107.38 $109.53 $111.72 $113.95 $116.23 $118.56
    0001 CZ01 Subject Matter Expert – Level I HR $95.38 $97.29 $99.23 $101.22 $103.24 $105.31
    0001 CZ02 Subject Matter Expert – Level II HR $109.45 $111.64 $113.87 $116.15 $118.47 $120.84
    0001 CZ03 Subject Matter Expert – Level III HR $151.87 $154.90 $158.00 $161.16 $164.38 $167.67
    0001 DA01 System Administrator – Level I HR $84.71 $86.41 $88.13 $89.90 $91.69 $93.53
    0001 DA02 System Administrator – Level II HR $108.45 $110.62 $112.83 $115.09 $117.39 $119.74
    0001 DA03 System Administrator – Level III HR $115.13 $117.43 $119.78 $122.17 $124.62 $127.11
    0001 DB01 Systems Architect – Level I HR $107.02 $109.16 $111.34 $113.57 $115.84 $118.16
    0001 DB02 Systems Architect – Level II HR $155.64 $158.75 $161.93 $165.17 $168.47 $171.84
    0001 DC01 Systems Engineer – Level I HR $79.82 $81.41 $83.04 $84.70 $86.40 $88.12
    0001 DC02 Systems Engineer – Level II HR $101.55 $103.58 $105.65 $107.77 $109.92 $112.12
    0001 DC03 Systems Engineer – Level III HR $125.36 $127.86 $130.42 $133.03 $135.69 $138.40
    0001 DD00 System Operator HR $49.18 $50.16 $51.17 $52.19 $53.24 $54.30
    0001 DE00 System Programmer HR $125.43 $127.94 $130.50 $133.11 $135.77 $138.49
    0001 DF01 Technical Writer/Editor – Level I HR $53.91 $54.99 $56.09 $57.21 $58.36 $59.52
    0001 DF02 Technical Writer/Editor – Level II HR $71.32 $72.75 $74.21 $75.69 $77.20 $78.75
    0001 DF03 Technical Writer/Editor – Level III HR $85.16 $86.87 $88.60 $90.37 $92.18 $94.03
    0001 DG01 Telecommunications Engineer – Level I HR $90.89 $92.71 $94.57 $96.46 $98.39 $100.35
    0001 DG02 Telecommunications Engineer – Level II HR $114.61 $116.90 $119.24 $121.62 $124.06 $126.54
    0001 DH01 Telecommunications Specialist – Level I HR $74.29 $75.78 $77.30 $78.84 $80.42 $82.03
    0001 DH02 Telecommunications Specialist – Level II HR $98.43 $100.40 $102.40 $104.45 $106.54 $108.67
    0001 DI00 Test Engineer HR $102.42 $104.47 $106.56 $108.69 $110.86 $113.08
    0001 DJ00 Training Manager HR $98.33 $100.30 $102.30 $104.35 $106.43 $108.56
    0001 DK01 Training Specialist – Level I HR $70.29 $71.70 $73.13 $74.59 $76.08 $77.61
    0001 DK02 Training Specialist – Level II HR $85.93 $87.65 $89.40 $91.19 $93.02 $94.88
    0001 DL00 Web Content Administrator HR $82.39 $84.04 $85.72 $87.43 $89.18 $90.97
    0001 DM00 Web Designer HR $93.41 $95.28 $97.19 $99.13 $101.11 $103.13
    0001 DN00 Web Project Manager HR $110.66 $112.87 $115.13 $117.43 $119.78 $122.18
    0001 DO00 Web Software Developer HR $100.63 $102.64 $104.69 $106.79 $108.92 $111.10
    0001 DP00 Webmaster HR $91.52 $93.35 $95.22 $97.12 $99.06 $101.05
    0001 DQ00 Wide Area Network Administrator HR $110.43 $112.64 $114.89 $117.19 $119.53 $121.92

Government Site Labor Rates

ITEM DESCRIPTION U/M Contract Year
5 6 7 8 9 10
  Escalation rate     2.00% 2.00% 2.00% 2.00% 2.00%
0002 AA01 Administrative Assistant – Level I HR  $ 29.55 $30.14 $30.74 $31.36 $31.99 $32.63
0002 AA02 Administrative Assistant – Level II HR  $ 40.45 $41.26 $42.08 $42.93 $43.78 $44.66
0002 AB01 Application Engineer – Level I HR  $ 66.60 $67.93 $69.29 $70.68 $72.09 $73.53
0002 AB02 Application Engineer – Level II HR  $ 92.70 $94.55 $96.45 $98.37 $100.34 $102.35
0002 AC01 Application Programmer – Level I HR  $ 57.38 $58.53 $59.70 $60.89 $62.11 $63.35
0002 AC02 Application Programmer – Level II HR  $ 73.92 $75.40 $76.91 $78.44 $80.01 $81.61
0002 AC03 Applications Programmer – Level III HR  $104.77 $106.87 $109.00 $111.18 $113.41 $115.67
0002 AD00 Application Systems Analyst HR  $103.76 $105.84 $107.95 $110.11 $112.31 $114.56
0002 AE00 Biostatatician HR  $107.00 $109.14 $111.32 $113.55 $115.82 $118.14
0002 AF01 Business Analyst – Level I HR  $ 65.40 $66.71 $68.04 $69.40 $70.79 $72.21
0002 AF02 Business Analyst – Level II HR  $ 84.26 $85.95 $87.66 $89.42 $91.21 $93.03
0002 AF03 Business Analyst – Level III HR  $111.40 $113.63 $115.90 $118.22 $120.58 $122.99
0002 AG01 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level I HR  $ 76.21 $77.73 $79.29 $80.87 $82.49 $84.14
0002 AG02 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level II HR  $ 96.66 $98.59 $100.57 $102.58 $104.63 $106.72
0002 AG03 Business Process Reengineering Specialist – Level III HR  $130.52 $133.13 $135.79 $138.51 $141.28 $144.10
0002 AH00 Chief Information Security Officer HR  $150.19 $153.19 $156.26 $159.38 $162.57 $165.82
0002 AI00 Communications Hardware Specialist HR  $ 80.03 $81.63 $83.26 $84.93 $86.63 $88.36
0002 AJ00 Communications Network Manager HR  $ 99.45 $101.44 $103.47 $105.54 $107.65 $109.80
0002 AK00 Communications Software Specialist HR  $ 92.82 $94.68 $96.57 $98.50 $100.47 $102.48
0002 AL00 Communications Specialist HR  $ 94.82 $96.72 $98.65 $100.62 $102.64 $104.69
0002 AM00 Computer Data Librarian HR  $ 39.16 $39.94 $40.74 $41.56 $42.39 $43.24
0002 AN00 Computer Scientist HR  $129.47 $132.06 $134.70 $137.39 $140.14 $142.95
0002 AO01 Computer Security System Specialist – Level I HR  $ 71.13 $72.55 $74.00 $75.48 $76.99 $78.53
0002 AO02 Computer Security System Specialist – Level II HR  $100.04 $102.04 $104.08 $106.16 $108.29 $110.45
0002 AO03 Computer Security System Specialist – Level III HR  $134.07 $136.75 $139.49 $142.28 $145.12 $148.02
0002 AP01 Computer Systems Analyst – Level I HR  $ 67.88 $69.24 $70.62 $72.03 $73.48 $74.95
0002 AP02 Computer Systems Analyst –     Level II HR  $105.69 $107.80 $109.96 $112.16 $114.40 $116.69
0002 AP03 Computer Systems Analyst –    Level III HR  $120.39 $122.80 $125.25 $127.76 $130.31 $132.92
0002 AQ00 Configuration Management Specialist HR  $ 62.37 $63.62 $64.89 $66.19 $67.51 $68.86
0002 AR01 Cost Analyst – Level I HR  $ 74.44 $75.93 $77.45 $79.00 $80.58 $82.19
0002 AR02 Cost Analyst – Level II HR  $100.74 $102.75 $104.81 $106.91 $109.04 $111.23
0002 AS00 Data Entry Clerk HR  $ 34.84 $35.54 $36.25 $36.97 $37.71 $38.47
0002 AT00 Data Security Specialist HR  $ 86.09 $87.81 $89.57 $91.36 $93.19 $95.05
0002 AU00 Data Standardization Specialist HR  $ 81.56 $83.19 $84.86 $86.55 $88.28 $90.05
0002 AV00 Database Administrator HR  $104.77 $106.87 $109.00 $111.18 $113.41 $115.67
0002 AW01 Database Management Specialist – Level I HR  $ 55.90 $57.02 $58.16 $59.32 $60.51 $61.72
0002 AW02 Database Management Specialist – Level II HR  $ 82.20 $83.84 $85.52 $87.23 $88.98 $90.76
0002 AW03 Database Management Specialist – Level III HR  $100.00 $102.00 $104.04 $106.12 $108.24 $110.41
0002 AX01 Database Specialist – Level I HR  $ 51.37 $52.40 $53.45 $54.51 $55.60 $56.72
0002 AX02 Database Specialist – Level II HR  $ 81.45 $83.08 $84.74 $86.44 $88.16 $89.93
0002 AX03 Database Specialist – Level III HR  $ 98.96 $100.94 $102.96 $105.02 $107.12 $109.26
0002 AY00 Data Warehousing Administrator HR  $101.23 $103.25 $105.32 $107.43 $109.57 $111.77
0002 AZ00 Data Warehouse Analyst HR  $104.84 $106.94 $109.08 $111.26 $113.48 $115.75
0002 BA00 Data Warehouse Programmer HR  $ 93.04 $94.90 $96.80 $98.73 $100.71 $102.72
0002 BB00 Disaster Recovery Specialist HR  $ 91.38 $93.21 $95.07 $96.97 $98.91 $100.89
0002 BC01 Document Control Specialist –  Level I HR  $ 38.41 $39.18 $39.96 $40.76 $41.58 $42.41
0002 BC02 Document Control Specialist –   Level II HR  $ 51.36 $52.39 $53.43 $54.50 $55.59 $56.71
0002 BC03 Document Control Specialist –  Level III HR  $ 61.17 $62.39 $63.64 $64.91 $66.21 $67.54
0002 BD01 Document Support Specialist – Level I HR  $ 37.50 $38.25 $39.02 $39.80 $40.59 $41.40
0002 BD02 Document Support Specialist – Level II HR  $ 50.86 $51.88 $52.91 $53.97 $55.05 $56.15
0002 BE00 Duplicating Machine Operator HR  $ 35.92 $36.64 $37.37 $38.12 $38.88 $39.66
0002 BF00 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Specialist HR  $ 88.74 $90.51 $92.33 $94.17 $96.06 $97.98
0002 BG00 Electronic Meeting Technographer HR  $ 51.27 $52.30 $53.34 $54.41 $55.50 $56.61
0002 BH00 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Specialist HR  $113.34 $115.61 $117.92 $120.28 $122.68 $125.14
0002 BI00 Facilitator HR  $ 62.36 $63.61 $64.88 $66.18 $67.50 $68.85
0002 BJ00 Financial Analyst – IT HR  $ 80.56 $82.17 $83.81 $85.49 $87.20 $88.94
0002 BK01 Functional Analyst – Level I HR  $ 60.54 $61.75 $62.99 $64.25 $65.53 $66.84
0002 BK02 Functional Analyst – Level II HR  $ 83.34 $85.01 $86.71 $88.44 $90.21 $92.01
0002 BL01 General Clerk – Level I HR  $ 32.18 $32.82 $33.48 $34.15 $34.83 $35.53
0002 BL02 General Clerk – Level II HR  $ 37.06 $37.80 $38.56 $39.33 $40.11 $40.92
0002 BL03 General Clerk – Level III HR  $ 40.68 $41.49 $42.32 $43.17 $44.03 $44.91
0002 BM00 Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist HR  $108.50 $110.67 $112.88 $115.14 $117.44 $119.79
0002 BN00 Graphical User Interface Designer HR  $ 83.09 $84.75 $86.45 $88.18 $89.94 $91.74
0002 BO00 Graphics Specialist HR  $ 77.61 $79.16 $80.75 $82.36 $84.01 $85.69
0002 BP00 Hardware Draftsman HR  $ 59.41 $60.60 $61.81 $63.05 $64.31 $65.59
0002 BQ01 Hardware Installation Technician – Level I HR  $ 41.13 $41.95 $42.79 $43.65 $44.52 $45.41
0002 BQ02 Hardware Installation Technician – Level II HR  $ 49.83 $50.83 $51.84 $52.88 $53.94 $55.02
0002 BR00 Hardware Specialist – Information Technology HR  $ 77.72 $79.27 $80.86 $82.48 $84.13 $85.81
0002 BS00 Help Desk Manager HR  $ 71.53 $72.96 $74.42 $75.91 $77.43 $78.97
0002 BT00 Help Desk Specialist HR  $ 51.19 $52.21 $53.26 $54.32 $55.41 $56.52
0002 BU01 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level I HR  $ 50.42 $51.43 $52.46 $53.51 $54.58 $55.67
0002 BU02 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level II HR  $ 59.79 $60.99 $62.21 $63.45 $64.72 $66.01
0002 BU03 Imaging Specialist/Technician – Level III HR  $ 73.38 $74.85 $76.34 $77.87 $79.43 $81.02
0002 BV00 Informatic Specialist/Bioinformatician HR  $114.54 $116.83 $119.17 $121.55 $123.98 $126.46
0002 BW01 Information Engineer – Level I HR  $ 70.94 $72.36 $73.81 $75.28 $76.79 $78.32
0002 BW02 Information Engineer – Level II HR  $103.35 $105.42 $107.53 $109.68 $111.87 $114.11
0002 BX00 Information Resource Management Analyst HR  $108.17 $110.33 $112.54 $114.79 $117.09 $119.43
0002 BY00 Information Systems Training Specialist HR  $ 81.93 $83.57 $85.24 $86.94 $88.68 $90.46
0002 BZ00 IT Policy/Legislative Specialist HR  $113.48 $115.75 $118.06 $120.43 $122.83 $125.29
0002 CA00 IT Strategic/Capital Planner HR  $139.51 $142.30 $145.15 $148.05 $151.01 $154.03
0002 CB00 Knowledge Management Specialist HR  $ 73.88 $75.36 $76.86 $78.40 $79.97 $81.57
0002 CC00 Librarian HR  $ 39.82 $40.62 $41.43 $42.26 $43.10 $43.96
0002 CD00 Librarian Technician HR  $ 35.99 $36.71 $37.44 $38.19 $38.96 $39.74
0002 CE00 Medical Billing/Account Management Specialist HR  $ 71.93 $73.37 $74.84 $76.33 $77.86 $79.42
0002 CF00 Modeling and Simulation Specialist HR  $127.07 $129.61 $132.20 $134.85 $137.54 $140.30
0002 CG00 Network Administrator HR  $ 96.68 $98.61 $100.59 $102.60 $104.65 $106.74
0002 CH00 Network Draftsman HR  $ 65.73 $67.04 $68.39 $69.75 $71.15 $72.57
0002 CI01 Network Installation Technician – Level I HR  $ 52.65 $53.70 $54.78 $55.87 $56.99 $58.13
0002 CI02 Network Installation Technician – Level II HR  $ 63.47 $64.74 $66.03 $67.35 $68.70 $70.08
0002 CJ00 Network Support Technician HR  $ 51.88 $52.92 $53.98 $55.06 $56.16 $57.28
0002 CK00 Operations Manager HR  $105.74 $107.85 $110.01 $112.21 $114.46 $116.75
0002 CL00 Procurement Product Specialist HR  $ 72.81 $74.27 $75.75 $77.27 $78.81 $80.39
0002 CM00 Program Administration Specialist HR  $ 65.12 $66.42 $67.75 $69.11 $70.49 $71.90
0002 CN00 Program Analyst HR  $ 75.18 $76.68 $78.22 $79.78 $81.38 $83.00
0002 CO00 Program Manager HR  $132.67 $135.32 $138.03 $140.79 $143.61 $146.48
0002 CP00 Project Control Specialist HR  $ 94.08 $95.96 $97.88 $99.84 $101.84 $103.87
0002 CQ00 Project Leader HR  $109.76 $111.96 $114.19 $116.48 $118.81 $121.18
0002 CR01 Project Manager – Level I HR  $ 80.97 $82.59 $84.24 $85.93 $87.64 $89.40
0002 CR02 Project Manager – Level II HR  $ 97.97 $99.93 $101.93 $103.97 $106.05 $108.17
0002 CR03 Project Manager – Level III HR  $131.27 $133.90 $136.57 $139.30 $142.09 $144.93
0002 CS00 Public Health Analyst HR  $ 97.28 $99.23 $101.21 $103.23 $105.30 $107.40
0002 CT00 Quality Assurance Analyst HR  $ 74.77 $76.27 $77.79 $79.35 $80.93 $82.55
0002 CU00 Quality Assurance Manager HR  $108.50 $110.67 $112.88 $115.14 $117.44 $119.79
0002 CV00 Quality Assurance Specialist HR  $ 91.36 $93.19 $95.05 $96.95 $98.89 $100.87
0002 CW00 Records Management Specialist HR  $ 71.41 $72.84 $74.29 $75.78 $77.30 $78.84
0002 CX00 Scanner Operator HR  $ 51.18 $52.20 $53.25 $54.31 $55.40 $56.51
0002 CY00 Scientific Data Analyst HR  $ 97.62 $99.57 $101.56 $103.60 $105.67 $107.78
0002 CZ01 Subject Matter Expert – Level I HR  $ 86.71 $88.44 $90.21 $92.02 $93.86 $95.73
0002 CZ02 Subject Matter Expert – Level II HR  $ 99.50 $101.49 $103.52 $105.59 $107.70 $109.86
0002 CZ03 Subject Matter Expert – Level III HR  $138.06 $140.82 $143.64 $146.51 $149.44 $152.43
0002 DA01 System Administrator – Level I HR  $ 77.01 $78.55 $80.12 $81.72 $83.36 $85.03
0002 DA02 System Administrator – Level II HR  $ 98.59 $100.56 $102.57 $104.62 $106.72 $108.85
0002 DA03 System Administrator – Level III HR  $104.66 $106.75 $108.89 $111.07 $113.29 $115.55
0002 DB01 Systems Architect – Level I HR  $ 97.29 $99.24 $101.22 $103.24 $105.31 $107.42
0002 DB02 Systems Architect – Level II HR  $141.49 $144.32 $147.21 $150.15 $153.15 $156.22
0002 DC01 Systems Engineer – Level I HR  $ 72.56 $74.01 $75.49 $77.00 $78.54 $80.11
0002 DC02 Systems Engineer – Level II HR  $ 92.32 $94.17 $96.05 $97.97 $99.93 $101.93
0002 DC03 Systems Engineer – Level III HR  $113.96 $116.24 $118.56 $120.94 $123.35 $125.82
0002 DD00 System Operator HR  $ 44.71 $45.60 $46.52 $47.45 $48.40 $49.36
0002 DE00 System Programmer HR  $114.03 $116.31 $118.64 $121.01 $123.43 $125.90
0002 DF01 Technical Writer/Editor – Level I HR  $ 49.01 $49.99 $50.99 $52.01 $53.05 $54.11
0002 DF02 Technical Writer/Editor – Level II HR  $ 64.84 $66.14 $67.46 $68.81 $70.18 $71.59
0002 DF03 Technical Writer/Editor – Level III HR  $ 77.42 $78.97 $80.55 $82.16 $83.80 $85.48
0002 DG01 Telecommunications Engineer – Level I HR  $ 82.63 $84.28 $85.97 $87.69 $89.44 $91.23
0002 DG02 Telecommunications Engineer – Level II HR  $104.19 $106.27 $108.40 $110.57 $112.78 $115.03
0002 DH01 Telecommunications Specialist – Level I HR  $ 67.54 $68.89 $70.27 $71.67 $73.11 $74.57
0002 DH02 Telecommunications Specialist – Level II HR  $ 89.48 $91.27 $93.09 $94.96 $96.86 $98.79
0002 DI00 Test Engineer HR  $ 93.11 $94.97 $96.87 $98.81 $100.79 $102.80
0002 DJ00 Training Manager HR  $ 89.39 $91.18 $93.00 $94.86 $96.76 $98.69
0002 DK01 Training Specialist – Level I HR  $ 63.90 $65.18 $66.48 $67.81 $69.17 $70.55
0002 DK02 Training Specialist – Level II HR  $ 78.12 $79.68 $81.28 $82.90 $84.56 $86.25
0002 DL00 Web Content Administrator HR  $ 74.90 $76.40 $77.93 $79.48 $81.07 $82.70
0002 DM00 Web Designer HR  $ 84.92 $86.62 $88.35 $90.12 $91.92 $93.76
0002 DN00 Web Project Manager HR  $100.60 $102.61 $104.66 $106.76 $108.89 $111.07
0002 DO00 Web Software Developer HR  $ 91.48 $93.31 $95.18 $97.08 $99.02 $101.00
0002 DP00 Webmaster HR  $ 83.20 $84.86 $86.56 $88.29 $90.06 $91.86
0002 DQ00 Wide Area Network Administrator HR  $100.39 $102.40 $104.45 $106.53 $108.67 $110.84

How to Place an Order

One or more task orders (TOs) may be issued during the performance period of this contract. In accordance with the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (FASA) and FAR 16.505(b), the Contracting Officer will provide each eligible awardee with a fair opportunity to be considered for each order in excess of $2,500 unless one of the conditions in FAR 16.505(b)(2) applies. See fair opportunity process below.

Procedures and selection factors to be considered for each opportunity are set forth below:

(1)Task Order Requirement Package

The Customer will submit a complete Task Order Requirements Order Package (TORP) to the CIO-SP3 CO. The package should include a transmittal letter, a statement of work and an Independent Government Cost Estimate. Performance-based work statements must be used to the maximum extent practicable. Individual orders must clearly describe all services to be performed or supplies to be delivered. Also, the statement of work should include price/cost and past performance as evaluation factors.

(2)FAIR OPPORTUNITY PROCESS

The CIO-SP3 Contracting Officer will assign a task order tracking number to each task order requirement. Unless one of the exceptions at FAR 16.505(b)(2) applies, the CIO-SP3 CO will announce each task order requirement via-E-mail to all CIO-SP3 prime contractors who have received an award in the task area(s) covered by the task order requirement. If a task order requirement encompasses more task areas than those task areas awarded to a particular prime contractor, then that prime contractor will be excluded from that particular task order announcement.

This announcement satisfies the requirement for a fair opportunity to be considered. Each prime contractor shall evaluate the opportunity and determine whether or not to submit a proposal. The announcement will include at a minimum the following information:

a) T.O Package Number: Task Order Tracking Number
b) Date of Announcement
c) End User Customer
d) Synopsis: (Attached SOW)
e) Anticipated Contract Type
f) NIH/Point of Contact (POC)
g) Agency POC for Consideration (Should be AMO or Contracting Officer)
h) Agency POC Name Phone Number and Fax
i) E-mail address (or physical address)
j) Proposal Due date

(3) EXCEPTIONS TO THE FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO BE CONSIDERED PROCESS

Any FAR 16.505 qualified exceptions to the Fair Opportunity to be Considered rule must be signed by the customer’s Contracting Officer, or the individual within the customer’s agency who has been delegated that authority in accordance with FAR 16.505(b)(2). If the CIO-SP3 CO concurs that the cited exception is justified, an E-mail announcement of the SOW to all prime contractors will not be made. Instead, only the prime contractor identified in the justification of the exception will be notified to the task order requirement.

(4) PRIME CONTRACTOR PREPARES TASK ORDER PROPOSALS

The prime contractors will generally be allowed five (5) business days to prepare and submit written proposals (when written proposals are required) however, more time may be necessary based on the particular task order requirements. The proposal due date shall be set forth in each announcement.

TECHNICAL PROPOSALS – Oral and /or written proposals shall address all requirements of the Task Order SOW (which includes a description of the evaluation criteria to be utilized in the evaluation of proposals.). Other items that should be included in the technical proposal include:

Key Personnel and Resumes
Quantities/hours (ODCs) and rationale
Notification and request for consent to use new subcontractors
Labor category qualifications of any new labor categories to be used for the task order.

COST PROPOSALS – An electronic media proposal is required unless otherwise notified. This area of the proposal shall include detailed cost/price amounts of all resources required to accomplish the task (i.e., man-hours, equipment, travel, etc.). As a minimum, the following data will be provided:

TIME AND MATERIALS (T&M) and FIRM FIXED PRICE (FFP) PROPOSALS – The offeror shall provide an original cost/price proposal to the customer. Identify labor categories and associated hours in accordance with Section B of the contract (Labor Rate Tables) and the number of hours required for performance of the task. Identify hardware, software, turnkey systems, and Other Direct Cost (ODC), Contract Line Items (CLINS) required, including associated elements (e.g., installation, shipping, maintenance, warranty, etc.). The offeror must provide a proposal, which includes the identification and rationale for all non-labor, and ODC cost elements and identify any Government Furnished Property (GFP) and/or Government Furnished Information (GFI) required for task performance.

COST PLUS FIXED FEE (CPFF); COST SHARING (CS); AND COST PLUS AWARD FEE (CPAF) – Note: the fully burden labor rates in Section B do not apply to CPFF, CS and CPAF Task Orders. See Section B2 (3) for submitting proposals on cost type contract. The offeror shall provide an original cost proposal to the customer. Cost proposals shall identify all proprietary data. CPFF, CS and CPAF cost proposals must include, as a minimum, all direct costs (including an explanation of labor categories and hours proposed, with associated costs clearly delineated), indirect costs, ODCs, travel (if applicable), Facilities Capital Cost of Money (FCCOM), if applicable, and fee displayed in a manner that clearly describes the development of the contractor’s cost proposal.

NO RESPONSES – If a prime contractor is unable or otherwise cannot perform a requirement, a NO RESPONSE must be made to the task order proposal request. All NO RESPONSES shall include a brief statement as to why the prime contractor has elected to forego the opportunity (e.g., Conflict of Interest, etc.) The NO RESPONSE may be a simple E-mail message addressed to NITAAC and the customer POC.

(5) EVALUATION AND DISCUSSIONS

The customer will evaluate the prime contractor(s) written and/or oral technical proposals and written cost proposals. If initial evaluation shows differences between the SOW requirements and an otherwise acceptable prime contractor’s proposal, discussions between the customer and the prime contractor will be necessary. Discussions may range from informal meetings that discuss minor discrepancies on the approach, to formal multiple prime contractor negotiations. Prime contractors shall be treated equitably and fairly during this evaluation process.

After evaluation and any discussions, the customer will perform a Best Value analysis of the information contained in the proposals using the stated evaluation criteria. Based on the results of the evaluation, it is ultimately the customer’s responsibility to select the prime contractor that can provide the best value to the Government.

The customer is responsible for ensuring that proprietary information contained in a prime contractor’s proposal is protected from unauthorized disclosure. It is the prime contractor’s responsibility to ensure that all proprietary information is appropriate marked.

(6) SOLUTION RECOMMENDATION DOCUMENT PACKAGE (SRDP)

After completion of the evaluation, discussions, if any, and Best Value analysis, the customer prepares a complete SRDP to be sent to the CIO-SP3 CO for approval of the task order for award. The SRDP includes the information contained in the following paragraphs.
Solution Recommendation Document – The Solution Recommendation Document (SRD) describes the selection process and serves as evidence that the fair opportunity to be considered rule was applied, unless an exception was taken under FAR 16.505(b)(2). It includes a discussion of:

A) A statement indicating whether announcement of the task order requirement was made to all prime contractors eligible for receiving an award for the task requirement or if an exception to the a fair opportunity to be considered A rule was cited in the TORP (cite the exception)
B) The selection criteria /methodology used to evaluation the competing prime contractors
C) The results of the evaluation
D) The rationale for the recommendation of the task order awardee, including a summary of any negotiations conducted, cost/price analysis and best value analysis
E) Signature of the AMO

(7) National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) APPROVAL LETTER

Upon completion of review, NITAAC will provide the customer with a NITAAC Approval Letter authorizing the customer to issue a funding document/order to the selected prime contractor. NITAAC will also provide a copy of the NITAAC Approval Letter to the prime contractor. The NITAAC Approval Letter will document NITAAC’s concurrence with the SRDP and identify the following elements of award:

  • The prime contractor to be awarded the order and the prime contract number.
  • The CIO-SP3 Task Order Authorization Number to be cited on the customer funding document/order
  • The order value and funded amount
  • The amount of the NIH processing fee (if applicable) (external Customers Only)
(8) AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS: NITAAC

will announce all award decisions to all prime contractors via E-mail.

(9) ORDER IMPLEMENTATION

The prime contractor is authorized to start work upon receipt of the NITAAC Approval Letter and a proper funding document/order.

(10) FUNDING DOCUMENT/ORDER

The contractor must ensure that (1) a copy of each order received for the month is sent to the CIO-SP3 CO with the Monthly Sales Report. The contractor shall not accept any order that does not contain the following elements:

  • Applicable CIO-SP3 Task Order Authorization Number and the Customer’s Order Number
  • Order Date
  • Point of Contact for Billing Purposes
  • The Statement of work (Note – the prime contractor’s proposal may be referenced, if desired)
  • Identification of the NIH Processing Fee as a Separate FFP Line Item (Applies to external customers who are paying the fee through the prime contractor)
  • Amount of Funds Obligated
  • Appropriation/Funding Citation
  • Billing Address and Delivery Address
  • Signature of the AMO (external customers only) The NIH AMO must print review the Record of Call to ensure that the CIO-SP3 Task Order Authorization Number appears in the ADB record of Call screen under the “Remarks” field.
  • Period of Performance
(11) ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR NIH INTERNAL CUSTOMERS

NIH internal customers are not required to pay a processing fee. Records of call will be used as the funding document. The CIO-SP3 Task Order Authorization Number must appear in the Remarks field.

(12) ACCEPTANCE OF TASK ORDERS

The prime contractor shall not accept any task order funding documents that do not reference the CIO-SP3 Task Order Authorization Number and do not contain the NIH processing fee (if it is cited in the NITAAC Approval Letter). Noncompliance with this requirement may result in the CIO-SP3 CO issuance of a moratorium on the prime contractor. During the period of the moratorium, the prime contractor may not accept any new task orders.

(13) VERBAL AUTHORIZATION

Should schedule conditions require the use of the exception at 16.505(b) regarding urgency, the CIO-SP3 Contracting Officer may issue a verbal authorization to initiate work on a task order. The verbal authorization shall not exceed $50,000. Written confirmation will be provided to the contractor within 5 days following the verbal authorization. All necessary documentation must be followed-up within 15 days of the verbal approval.

(14) TASK ORDER MODIFICATIONS

Task Order Modifications are generally made to correct oversights or changes conditions from the original task order. The following procedures will apply to task order modifications:

  • NO COST MODIFICATIONS. No cost modifications will be processed directly by the customer without any participation of NITAAC. However, a copy of the modification must be sent by the AMO to the CIO-SP3 CO at the address provided in the Section G 3. The preferred method of receiving modifications is through electronic process.
  • ADDITION OF FUNDS. Two (2) copies of Task Order modifications that involve an addition of funds that were contemplated and described in the original task order (e.g. incremental funding actions and exercise of options), must be sent by the AMO to the CIO-SP3 CO at the address provided in block 6, SF 30. No further documentation is required; for external customers the NIH 1% processing fee (of the amount obligated on the Task Order Modification) must be added as a FFP separate line item on the modification (i.e. the funding document/order). If the amount of the task Order is $25,000 or less, NITAAC policy prescribes that the customer pays a minimum fee of $250, which must appear as a separate FFP Line Item on the Modification.
  • MINIMUM PROCESSING FEE. A minimum-processing fee of $250 has been established for orders and modifications. However, this fee will not be assessed against no cost modifications, administrative modifications or closeout modifications.
  • ADDITIONAL WORK/ADDITIONAL TIME. If the customer’s modification requirement alters the scope, adds an additional period of performance, or provides for major changes such as additional work, a task order modification is not appropriate. Instead, a new Task Order Requirements Package (TORP) must be initiated by the customer. If the additional work is a true follow-on and not a new requirement, the FAR exception to fair opportunity to be considered at 16.505(b)(2)(iii) should be cited and a supporting justification must be included in the TORP. The TORP should also refer to the original Task Order and explain the connection between it and the follow-on in the background statement of the Statement of Work. As a new TORP, the task Order will be subject to the applicable (or $250.00 minimum) processing fee applicable to external customers.
(15) TASK ORDER CLOSEOUT

When task order performance is completed the COTR/AMOTR and the AMO sign the acceptance of the final product or completion statement of effort for all tasks issued, ensuring that all task order requirements were met, e.g., all deliverables were received on time and were technically acceptable, GFE/GFI have been appropriately distributed, etc. The prime contractor submits the final invoice to the customer for costs incurred during task order execution (as accepted by the COTR/AMOTR and AMO). The final invoice must include a statement that it is the final invoice and that all costs have been accounted for and billed. The prime contractor must forward a copy of the final invoice to the CIO-SP3 CO when the task order has been completed. Task orders cannot be closed until all past performance evaluation reports have been completed in accordance with paragraph G8 below.

Team Members

SDB Team Member SDB Category Strengths in SOW Task Areas
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Veratics, Inc SDVOSB
Accreon Corporation SB
Team Member CIO-SP3 Related Core Competencies
Veratics, LLC
  • Program and performance management
  • Human resources support
  • Financial planning and execution
  • Acquisition and procurement services
  • Records management
  • IT planning, transformation, and enterprise architecture
  • Systems integration
  • IT operations and training
Accreon, Corporation
  • Health IT
  • Full Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Custom application development (Java/J2EE, ASP, .NET, PHP, C#)
  • Database design and management (SQL Server, Oracle, DB2)
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services based
  • Enterprise architecture design, integration, and implementation
  • Technology evaluation and selection
  • Legacy modernization and reengineering (COBOL, CICS, VSAM, IMS, IDMS)
  • 24×7 application management, application and data migration
  • Independent verification and validation
  • Performance and load testing
Why NIS Solutions – A Certified EDWOSB

How we deliver value to our clients:

  • By delivering greater client value and improved customer experience based on continuous improvement and applied innovation.
  • Leverage flexible, standardized methods, tools and artifacts from past engagement experience. Apply best practices from industry standards/frameworks such as PMI PMBOK, ITIL, ISO and CMMI.
  • Develop outstanding talent by continuous training through role and skill-based learning paths, support for industry certifications, on-the-job development opportunities, support from communities of practice and partners.

At NIS we provide a portfolio of professional and IT services, software, and technology that solves mission-critical problems for clients. We specialize in helping clients secure their operations, increase the efficiency and utilization of their data centers, enhance support to their end users and constituents, and modernize their enterprise applications.

We are committed to service excellence as measured by our clients’ satisfaction and loyalty. We collaborate with our clients and deliver innovative solutions to optimize their business and positively impact their customers.

When our clients win, we win. Successful clients drive the growth of our business, hence our focus on client satisfaction not just as an outcome, but as a means of executing throughout our journey together.