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Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Information Management Systems (CIMS)
Booz Allen Hamilton is currently fulfilling the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requirement, through the CIMS contract, for the acquisition of information systems development and microcomputer support services.
Through this contract we at Booz Allen Hamilton (Booz Allen) ensure the CDC has ongoing timely, high quality, cost effective, efficient, innovative, and comprehensive IT contractual services as needed leveraging industry best practices and professional standards. Using the firm’s tremendous reach-back, Booz Allen can apply technical skill sets across the entire scope of the CIMS service offerings.
Our team of 17 subcontractors – each selected for unique capabilities and depth across the requirements of the contract – and our commitment to meeting small business participation requirements, allows us to provide our customers with a value-added resource to help them accomplish their missions.
Capability Areas of CIMS Include:
Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services (CAAS) IV
The Air Combat Command (ACC) Acquisition Management and Integration Center (AMIC), manages the CAAS IV IDIQ contract, a strategic initiative entered into with the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) Contracting Directorate (AFDW/PK). ACC AMIC supports Headquarters (HQ) ACC mission requirements, and AFDW supports HQ Air Force (HAF), Secretary of the Air Force (SAF) organizations, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), and AFDW/PK customer mission requirements.
The scope of the CAAS IV contract is to provide Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) support in three areas:
The following table of the Booz Allen CAAS IV team’s capabilities demonstrates the ability of its 13 member companies to provide A&AS support across all three contract work areas: Management and Professional Support Services; Studies, Analyses, and Evaluations; and Engineering and Technical Services.
|Company||Small Business Category||Management and Professional Support Services||Studies, Analyses, and Evaluations||Engineering and Technical Services||Team Capabilities Summaries|
|Booz Allen Hamilton||Large Business||Yes||Yes||Yes||Booz Allen Hamilton’s areas of expertise include operations, requirements, acquisition management, program management (PM), assurance and resilience, cyber, financial analysis, information technology (IT), intelligence & operations analysis, modeling and simulation (M&S), strategy and organization, supply chain logistics, and systems engineering and integration (SE&I).|
|AEgis Technologies Group||SB||Yes||Yes||Yes||AEgis Technologies Group is an internationally recognized leader in M&S supporting the entire life cycle of M&S programs through its engineering services, hardware and software products, and professional training at 10 locations in the United States and United Kingdom.|
|Ardent MC||SB, HUBZone||Yes||Yes
||Ardent Management Consulting specializes in large-scale PM, business process consulting and complex systems integration to provide multiple capabilities focusing on management and professional services.|
|B3H Corporation||SB, SDVOB||Yes
||B3H provides the full spectrum of strategic planning, test and evaluation, low observable aircraft maintenance, SE&I, cost analysis, training, systems requirements analysis, and instructional system design.|
|Calhoun International||SB, HUBZone, SDVOB||Yes
||Calhoun International’s expertise includes network modeling and analysis, knowledge management (KM), information systems training and services, cyberspace operations, strategic analysis, sensor training, and infrastructure planning.|
|Catapult Consultants||SB, SDB||Yes
||Catapult Consultants provides innovative solutions in financial management, acquisition management, PM, and information assurance.|
|Craig Technologies||SB, SDB, WOSB, SDVOB||Yes
||Craig Technologies provides high quality engineering, technical, and training services and pioneers innovative solutions for government and commercial customers.|
|D3 Air & Space Operations Inc.||SDVOSB||Yes
||D3 Air & Space Operations Inc. provides worldwide, full service expertise to lead, manage, advise and staff complex aviation, space and cyberspace operations.|
||ECATS specializes in providing clients with a broad spectrum of environmental and engineering services to support their regulatory compliance efforts for federal (ACC Environmental Compliance Analysis Services), state, and local government customers across the nation.|
|ETI Professionals Inc.||SB, SDB, WOSB||Yes
||ETI Professional Inc. provides strategic solutions in engineering and scientific, R&D, IT, mission support, facilities management, PM, emergency response, and management to DoD and other federal departments.|
|Jmark||SB, WOSB, SDB/8(a)||Yes
||JMark Services Inc. provides innovative solutions to U.S. intelligence, defense, homeland security, cyber, and other national security organizations through training, education, security, research, and analysis programs. JMark also provides information technology service and support to DoD agencies in such areas as information engineering, configuration management, system administration, and training support.|
||Morgan Borszcz Consulting has deep experience in delivering supply chain strategies, business transformation, IT, and program management solutions.|
||My Biz Office Partners provides IT consulting, system analysis, system integration, systems development, website development, application development, management consulting and business process consulting services to government customers across the country.|
|McCallie Associates Inc.||SB, WOSB||Yes
||McCallie Associates Inc. provides IT solutions/services, professional engineering, and operational support to federal, state, county, and local government clients. McCallie has supported DoD for 27 years.|
|MCR Federal||Large Business||Yes
||MCR’s areas of expertise include acquisition and program management, budget/financial analysis, cost estimating & analysis, business case analysis, requirements analysis, engineering, process architecture & design, and quality, risk, and benefits management|
|Modern Technology Solutions, Inc.||SB||Yes
||Modern Technology Solutions, Inc.'s expertise includes test and evaluation, cyber security, modeling and simulation, acquisition support and organizational strategy, intelligence and operations analysis, and engineering.|
||Natoma is an award winning, public sector-focused systems integrator. We deliver nationally with a strong concentration in Federal and California. Our core practice areas are: Program and Project Management; COTS Implementation; Custom Development; Data Integration and Conversion; Cloud Migration; Operations and Maintenance; Mobile; Business Intelligence, Document and Content Management.|
|Object CTalk Inc||WOSB, SDB||Yes
||Object CTalk Inc. is a systems integration company that provides mission, operational and IT enterprise support to the government. We design, integrate, maintain, and upgrade systems for national defense, intelligence and other high-priority government missions. Our expertise is in providing subject matter expertise, system analysis, logistics, Policy development, administrative support, intelligence analysis, change management and systems integration.|
||PrimCorp, LLC provides a full range of services that include program management, acquisition management, logistics operations, business process reengineering, training development, and automated solutions.|
Riverside Research is an independent, not-for-profit service provider comprised of leading engineering, technology, and operations experts who specialize in program management, acquisition management, intelligence & operations analysis, modeling and simulation, operations and requirements management, systems engineering and integration, budget/financial analysis and cyber solutions.
|Streamline Defense||SB, VOSB||Yes
||Streamline Defense provides support services in the areas of intelligence, operations, planning, information systems, and KM.|
||The Arc of the Virginia Peninsula hires disadvantaged adults and provides KM, mail services, and communications for federal customers.|
||The Clearing specializes in helping leaders drive enterprise solutions through coalition building, stakeholder alignment, strategic planning, system modeling, graphic facilitation, strategic communications, program management and leadership coaching. We use The PRIMES as a foundational set of principles to help coalitions successfully navigate social complexity between and among people and organizations in order to produce outcomes on time and on budget every time.|
15 December 2011 through 14 October 2016 (Base period plus 4 option years)
Air Combat Command
Deputy Program Manager
Air Force District of Washington
5800 Lake Wright Drive
Norfolk, VA 23502
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Contracted Advisory & Assistance Services (CAAS IV)
Air Force District of Washington
Strategic Sourcing Contracts Division
1500 West Perimeter Road
Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762
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Quality Assurance Program Coordinator
Quality Assurance Program Coordinator
FEDSIM, on behalf of DHS, established this $6B dollar, 5-year multi-award BPA to provide a full range of specialized information technology (IT) services and tools to implement DHS’ Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation (CDM) program to DHS, the Federal Government departments, and state, local tribal and territorial governments. The CDM program seeks to defend Federal and other government IT networks from cyber-security threats by providing sensors (tools), diagnosis, and mitigation tools to strengthen the security posture of Government networks.
The BPA provides a consistent set of solutions, at a reduced cost, that enhances the government’s ability to identify and mitigate the impact of emerging cyber threats. Booz Allen structured its team and selected its products to provide a comprehensive and integrated suite of software / hardware products and services that addresses the anticipated functional and operational requirements, thereby maximizing our ability to deliver competitive solutions.
Ordering Contract Types
The CDM Tools/CDM BPA allows for the following order types:
Each TO can have multiple contract types in accordance with the CLIN structure of the BPA.
Labor Rates and Product Pricing
Please contact the CDM Team at [email protected] for labor rates and product pricing.
How Do I Purchase Under the CDM Tools/CDM BPA?
There are several options available for ordering products and/or services off of the CDM Tools/CDM BPA:
Fees Under the BPA
Other than IFF (industrial funding fee), the following fees are applied depending on the acquisition needs of the client:
All prices awarded under the BPA include a user fee called the “Industrial Funding Fee” (IFF) of .75%. This IFF is built into the contract prices and covers the costs of operating the GSA MAS Program. Booz Allen and its CTA Members have responsibility for tracking and remitting payment of the IFF to GSA for all Schedule/BPA sales.
The Acquisition, Contracting, and Technical (ACT) fee for this CDM Tools CDM BPA is 2%, which will be proposed and invoiced as a separate line item. The ACT fee only applies to orders issued by agencies under CDM other than GSA. There is no cap on the fee and it can be applied incrementally with incremental funding modifications. The ACT fee will be included for Tool device licenses and CDM labor rate price quotes but does not apply to travel costs.
For those acquisitions in which the requesting agency elects to have GSA/FAS/AAS/FEDSIM provide full or partial acquisition and/or project management services through the BPA’s life cycles, a FEDSIM fee is negotiated on an order-by-order basis between FEDSIM and the requesting agency.
Payment Information and Address:
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August 11, 2018
CDM Contracts Manager
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
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McLean, VA 22102-3838
DHS EAGLE II
EAGLE II is a Departmentwide multi-award acquisition vehicle available for use by any Department of Homeland Security (DHS) program or component agency. Information technology (IT) support services represent a significant portion of the DHS budget. EAGLE II is designed to offer a broad range of services, solutions, and contract types to fulfill the majority of component and departmental IT services needs. EAGLE II intends to remain current and will continue to provide the full range of IT capabilities/solutions and emerging technologies throughout its life.
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services, LLC is a prime contractor in the Unrestricted Track Functional Category 1(FC1)—Service Delivery. The purpose of FC1 is to provide a full range of services and products in support of developing, implementing, and maintaining technology to support the DHS mission and business functions across the entire lifecycle of the program.
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services Quality Assurance Program for EAGLE II
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services (Booz Allen ES) was ISO 9001 certified on December 5, 1997, and certified to AS9100 on August 23, 2007. We continue to maintain the certifications to the ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100 Rev C Standards. Our documented processes are contained in the Quality Procedures and Work Instructions that constitute the Booz Allen ES Quality Management System (QMS), and that are traceable directly to the elements of the ISO 9001 and AS9100 standards. These define the standardized approach that we use every day in fulfilling the requirements of our customers, whether the work is engineering services, software development, hardware design, systems design, or systems integration. Booz Allen ES’s commitment to our customers is summarized in our Quality Policy: “We are committed to meeting requirements and providing our customers with exceptional products and services, while continually improving our Quality Management System.”
Booz Allen ES’s Quality Objectives focus on the prevention of product nonconformities. Our goals are to meet or exceed the stated and implied requirements of our external and internal customers. Booz Allen ES products and services are designed, developed, delivered, and supported in accordance with our continually-improved QMS.
The Booz Allen ES QMS maps our business practices to a set of requirements to achieve customer satisfaction. It is organized in a common sense manner and ensures that we focus on customer satisfaction in all products, services, and communications with the customer and that we emphasize management commitment to customer satisfaction by ensuring the quality of our products and services through consistency and continual improvement of our business practices. Management provides commitment through continuous involvement and periodic review, ensures resources necessary for carrying out Booz Allen ES business are available, and provides enforcement through internal and external audits. Continual improvement of the QMS ensures that we deliver the best products and services to our customers.
Eagle II Corporate Experience
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services (Booz Allen ES) is a premier provider of nationally critical IT systems and services. With corporate International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001-2008, Aerospace Standard (AS) 9100, and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) certifications, our reputation is one of process-based, uncompromised standards.
We deliver mature, industry-leading IT solutions for an array of government partners. Our efforts are grounded in matching proven technologies to customers’ needs to provide mission-relevant, reliable, and affordable solutions. Booz Allen ES is poised to fully respond to all Department of Homeland Security requirements and extremely sensitive to the need for highly reliable, repeatable products and services.
A sampling of our experience includes:
September, 26 2020
Enterprise IT Policy/Planning, Integrated Solutions Management, Performance Benchmarking, Business Process Reengineering, Requirements Analysis, Market Research & Prototyping, Info/Knowledge Engineering, Application Development, Product Integration, Test & Evaluation, Asset Management, Communications Engineering, Security Engineering (C&A), Telecommunications Support, Computer-Telephony Integration, Web Services, Operations Support, Hardware, Software, Managed Services.
The ENCORE II Contract Offers:
31 May 2018
CR, FFP, T&M (KO not approving T&M for decentralized orders)
NETCENTS Application Services
The focus of this contract is to provide application services support to mission areas, as overseen by portfolio managers, Communities of Interest (COIs), project offices, and program offices. This contract provides a vehicle for customers to access a wide range of services such as sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational support. Other services include, but are not limited to, exposing data from Authoritative Data Sources (ADS) to support web-services or Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) constructs in AF enterprise environments. Through this vehicle, the contractor develops content delivery and presentation services and new mission applications that operate in netcentric enterprise environments that exploit SOA infrastructures. This contract supports legacy system sustainment, migration and the development of new mission capabilities and applications.
The Application Services Contract Offers:
30 March 2022
FFP, FPIF, FPAF, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, LH
NETCENTS NETWORK OPERATION (NetOps)
The NETCENTS-2 NETOPS contract delivers a wide range of services and solutions covering existing legacy infrastructure, networks, systems and operations as well as emerging requirements. The contract provides network-centric information technology, Cloud-based capabilities, advanced networking, and cybersecurity, voice, video and data communications, system solutions and services to satisfy Air Force and DoD combat support, command, control, computing, communications, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) requirements worldwide. NETOPS provides users the capabilities to find, access, collaborate, fuse, display, manage, and store information on the Department of Defense (DoD) Global Information Grid (GIG) and IC Information sharing environment as applicable. Other services include, but are not limited to, wireless devices/capabilities, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) to include Blackberries and information intensive data applications (e.g. video-teleconferencing, imagery, modeling, simulation, streaming video, web-enabled weapon systems and applications, information management, Everything over IP (EoIP), and Voice over IP (VoIP).
The NETOPS Contract Offers:
14 May 2022
FFP, FPIF, FPAF, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, LH
Research, Measurement, Assessment, Design, Analysis (RMADA)
The Research, Measurement, Assessment, Design, and Analysis (RMADA) IDIQ will provide analytic support and technical assistance for models and demonstration programs that are derived under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). This support includes, but not limited to, the design, implementation and evaluation of research and/or payment and service delivery models to test their potential for reducing expenditures for Medicare, Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and uninsured beneficiaries.
The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) was established by the Affordable Care Act to identify, test, evaluate, and scale innovative payment and service delivery models to reduce program expenditures, while preserving or enhancing the quality of care for $10.0B over 10 years
Can be used to support any component of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Scope of work is broad and includes:
The Booz Allen team, includes 19 teammates each selected for unique capabilities and depth across the contract requirements, allows us to provide our customers with a value added resource to help them accomplish their mission. These partners bring a diverse set of capabilities to the table as we compete for task orders. In addition, we have a strong stable of small business partners, which is critical because CMS has significant SB targets to achieve.
Benefits of CIMS Include:
Engineering, Technical, and Programmatic Services
NAVSEA has awarded multiple Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for a wide range of engineering, technical, and programmatic services and solutions for the Virtual SYSCOM (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, NAVSUP, SPAWAR, Strategic Systems Program (SSP), NAVFAC) as well as Commander, Naval Installations (CNI) and the US Marine Corps. SeaPort-e furthers the Navy’s Seapower 21 objective to increase efficiency, and allows for tailoring services according to the needs of geographically-dispersed organizations with significantly diverse product area requirements and missions.
NSWC Dahlgren is the Seaport-e Contracting Office, however, each activity will release their own RFPs.
Quality Assurance Program
Booz Allen embeds Quality Assurance from inception and throughout every phase of our projects. The primary methods of assuring the quality of services are appropriate advance planning, assignment of sufficient qualified staff resources, provision of appropriate tools, and establishment of rigorous program and project management techniques. Further, our collaborative method of developing detailed work plans for specific tasks will help assure the quality of support provided on each project task we conduct in support of the Warfare Centers, throughout all seven zones. In short, quality is not an “add on”— it is integrated into every phase of the project.
Methods for integrating quality assurance during the execution of tasks are also part of our comprehensive approach. For that purpose, we have assembled a Quality Assurance Review Board (the Review Board) made up of several of our most experienced professionals from throughout Booz Allen. This approach ensures that all required functional and technical knowledge is represented for the task orders, while simultaneously holding down costs. Any Booz Allen team member can “tap” the expertise of Review Board members throughout the duration of the contract. The Board also serves as a quality control check for key deliverables and ensures an integrated approach to the recommendations. Booz Allen’s quality management approach is designed to prevent, reduce, or eliminate problems that might compromise ability to perform on time, within budget, or according to the task order requirements. Our approach includes:
Quality Assurance promotes the delivery of reliable, complete, and accurate work products by minimizing the transmission of errors through Quality Planning, Quality Control, and Quality Improvement processes. Booz Allen’s approach to providing Quality Assurance establishes quality controls during the entire lifecycle of a task.
December 31, 2019
Cost Reimbursement and Firm Fixed price (No T&M)
Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG)
T4NG is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order (MATO) Contract. This contract is fulfilling the Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Information and Technology requirement for contractor-provided solutions in support of Information Technology, health IT, and telecommunications. It include services and incidental hardware/software, for customer requirements that vary across the entire spectrum of existing and future technical environments with a base ordering period of five years with one five-year option period.
The program ceiling $22.319B and individual Task Orders are issued on a best value and/or LPTA, performance-based Time-and-Materials (T&M), Cost Reimbursement (CR), and/or Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) basis. The Supreme Court ruling regarding the rule of two seems to be resulting in more SDVOSB awards.
Our team of 32 subcontractors—each selected for its unique capabilities and depth across the requirements of the contract—and our commitment to meeting small business participation requirements allow us to provide our customers with a value-added resource to help them accomplish their missions.
Booz Allen understands the continually evolving environment in which government agencies must function. Our capabilities available through the VA’s T4NG contract allow customers to quickly obtain Booz Allen’s comprehensive expertise, anywhere in the world, to accomplish their missions. Booz Allen’s sophisticated program office infrastructure provides quick-reaction support capabilities.
T4NG Functional Areas Include:
The TRICARE Procurement Support (TPS) office, along with the US Army Medical Research Acquisitions Activity (USAMRAA), designed a flexible and versatile contract vehicle for Military Health clients. The scope of the contract includes the ability to provide any and all components of a program management solution; including specialized studies and analysis, performance-based budgeting/ financial management analysis and support, business process improvements, functional validation and verification, information management, acquisition management, and logistical support.
Benefits of TEAMS Include:
31 January 2018