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CATTS - Commerce Acquisiton for Transformational Technology Services

RFP DescriptionThe CATTS contract covers the following information technology task areas; chief information officer support, digital document and records management, managed service outsourcing and consulting, IT operations and maintenance, IT services management, and cybersecurity.
TitleCommercial Acquisition for Transformational Technology Services (CATTS)
Solicitation #1331L521R13OS0006 Final RFP
Due DateJanuary 17, 2022 at 10:00 AM EST
Contract TypeThis solicitation will result in award of multiple Fixed Price Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contracts.
Issuing AgencyDepartment of Commerce
Bidding Tracks Total Small Business Set-Aside
AwardsThe Government anticipates awarding multiple awards under the CATTS vehicle, as such the Government may enter into multiple contractual relationships on a task order basis in order to provide technical services in the conduct of program management, administrative, clerical, and technical services related to this contract.
Contract Period10 years total (1 base year and 9 option years)
Max Contract Ceiling$1.5 billion
NAICS Codes NAICS: 541519 – Other Computer Related Services
Specific RFP Qualification RequirementsPhase 1:

Must have proof of an active Top-Secret facilities clearance. Offeror’s clearance must be active through at least December 31, 2021& Vendor must complete a self-assessment worksheet. (Attachment 6 of solicitation). Vendors with the best chance of success will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform in all six (6) task areas and demonstrate previous experience as a prime awardee on an IDIQ vehicle.

Only invited Offerors will be allowed to participate in Phase 2.


Task Areas
The scope of this requirement is to obtain industry partner support to provide services in the following task areas:
Task Area 1: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
Task Area 2: Digital Document and Records Management
Task Area 3: Managed Service Outsourcing and Consulting
Task Area 4: IT Operations and Maintenance
Task Area 5: Information Technology Services Management
Task Area 6: Cyber Security
Proposal VolumesThis is a 2 Phase Proposal consisting of 7 Volumes in total.

Phase 1:Volume l - Proof of Facilities Security Clearance
Phase 1: Volume 2 - Relevant Technical Experience Self-Assessment Matrix

Phase 2: Volume l - Business Proposal
Phase 2: Volume ll - Technical Proposal
Phase 2: Volume lll - Past Performance Proposal
Phase 2: Volume lV - Price/Cost Proposal
Phase: Volume V - Task Order 1 Technical Proposal
Phase 1 & Phase 2 Evaluation Factors(1) In Phase One, offers will be assessed for the following:

(A) Active Top-Secret Facilities Clearance. Offerors must possess an active Top-Secret facilities clearance that is active through at least December 31, 2021. If Offerors do not have an active Top-Secret facilities clearance, they will not be advised to participate in the next phase.

(B) Offeror Self-Assessment. Through the Self-Assessment Matrix, the Government will assess the breadth and depth of the Offeror’s capabilities and experience as it relates to the Government’s requirements in the Final CATTS PWS. Vendors with the best chance of success will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform in all six (6) task areas and demonstrate previous experience as a prime awardee on an IDIQ vehicle.

(C) The Phase One assessment is only advisory in nature. The information submitted by offerors in the Self-Assessment Matrix, and the Government’s assessment of such information, will not be considered in the Government’s Trade-Off Analysis and final award decision.

(2) In Phase Two, offers will be evaluated in accordance with CAR 1352.215‐75, Evaluation Criteria.

(3) For all phases, Proposals will be reviewed for page limitations. Pages exceeding the page limitation will be eliminated from evaluation.

(4) Offerors must possess an active Top-Secret facilities clearance that is active through at least December 31, 2021. If Offerors do not have an active Top-Secret facilities clearance at the time of proposal submission, they will not be evaluated further and will be ineligible for award.

(5) A proposal receiving an “Unsatisfactory” or “Fail” rating in one or more factors shall be removed from further consideration for award or continued evaluation.

(6) Initial Evaluation of Proposals. All offers received will be evaluated in accordance with the stated evaluation factors. The Government reserves the right to make an award without discussions based solely upon initial proposals. Therefore, offerors should ensure that their initial proposal constitutes their best offer in terms of both price and the technical solution being proposed. If award is not made upon initial proposals, then the Contracting Officer will establish a competitive range comprised of the most highly rated proposals. If the Contracting Officer determines that the number of proposals that would otherwise be in the competitive range exceeds the number at which an efficient competition can be conducted, the Contracting Officer may limit the number of proposals in the competitive range to the greatest number that will permit an efficient competition among the most highly‐rated proposals. Only those offerors in the competitive range will be offered an opportunity to participate further in the procurement.

(7) Discussions/Final Proposal Revisions. If discussions are held, the Contracting Officer will engage in discussions with all offerors in the competitive range in accordance with FAR 15.306. At the conclusion of discussions, a final common cut‐off date for submission of final proposal revisions will be established. Those offerors remaining in the competitive range will be notified to submit Final Proposal Revisions.

(8) Final Evaluation of Offers. A final proposal evaluation will be performed after receipt of Final Proposal Revisions.

 
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