June 1, 2016
Energy Dept. weighing multimillion-dollar shared services contract
Source: fedscoop, Greg Otto, May 31, 2016
Energy’s CIO is also kicking the tires on moving their IT infrastructure to the cloud.
Last week, the department’s chief information officer posted a small business sources sought notice related to the CIO Business Operations Support Services portion of its IT portfolio.
In the posting, the department said it is gathering market research on contractors that could support cybersecurity and shared services, including network, infrastructure, application support and asset management.
“Key to building a successful IT organization is the development and implementation of shared services,” the document reads. “OCIO must target enterprise solutions, reducing the number of duplicate IT services used throughout the Department, while improving both collaboration and cybersecurity by fostering the standardized IT processes associated with these centralized services.”
The information from this request will be used in conjunction with a forthcoming suite of blanket purchase agreements or an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract. READ MORE….
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