NIST wants a handle on printing
The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants production tracking and management software for its printing and duplicating department.
The solution must display pending jobs, schedule work, track machine use and operator productivity, provide chargeback and other types of accounting information, and track productivity against performance standards. It also must print requests to be submitted to the Government Printing Office and perform print estimations.
The vendor must deliver and install the solution and provide training within 45 days of receiving the order. Responses are due by June 28. Contact Randy Schroyer at email@example.com.Social Security report manager
The Social Security Administration seeks an off-the-shelf security management reporting system.
The enterprise system must have a Web-based console and report presentation system as well as a mechanism to access external data sources for inclusion in reports. It also must be able to incorporate data formats such as Comma Separated Values, Extensible Markup Language and text files and be able to integrate with other specific products. The system also must support configurable alarms and responses.
Responses are due by June 30. Contact Kevin Muniz at firstname.lastname@example.org.Health service needs a hand
The Indian Health Service needs health care-related IT support services for its sites in Albuquerque, N.M., Rockville, Md., and Tucson, Ariz.
The support services should include national data warehouse services and support, Web and software development, LAN operations, WAN development, user support and help-desk software maintenance and support.
The agency anticipates awarding multiple performance-based contracts for one year with four one-year options. Vendors must be certified 8(a) companies and be Buy Indian 8(a) certified.
Responses are due by July 17. Contact Veronica Zunie at email@example.com.