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EPA releases draft of $250M small biz IT contract

The Environmental Protection Agency has released the draft solicitation for a $250 million contract to acquire a variety of information management services from small businesses.

Deltek estimates the Information Management Center Services V contract will be worth $250 million. The incumbent contract is held by Arctic Slope Mission Services, which won the work in 2017 and is slated to continue through February 2022.

Only small businesses with the 8(a) designation can compete for the single-award contract.

The EPA uses the contract to meet requirements in four areas: docket center, libraries, records and digitization. The contract will be used by EPA headquarters and all 10 of the agency's regions across the country, according to a new posting at Sam.gov.

Specific services include:

  • Program management
  • Management and administration
  • Web development and maintenance
  • Presentations and training
  • Customer service
  • Information technology systems
  • Collection management and modernization
  • Records management
  • Docket workflow
  • Library services for the Office of General Counsel Law Library
  • Library services for the Fort Meade Library
  • Digitization services

The EPA expects to release the final RFP by Dec. 16., when the agency will reveal the due date for proposals as well.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Nov 18, 2021 at 8:00 AM

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