IRS releases draft RFP for IT support

The Internal Revenue Service released a draft request for proposals for an anticipated five-year IT program support contract.

Through the contract, the IRS seeks professional expertise to provide end-to-end program management support to deliver enterprise-level IT capabilities. The IRS needs a company to provide the various services that will aid program technical and management approaches, and organizational resources and management controls.

The draft RFP’s task areas include:

  • Program management
  • Release management
  • Project management
  • Enterprise Life Cycle (ELC) support
  • Program integration
  • Technical integration
  • Business analysis
  • Requirements engineering
  • Configuration and change management
  • Change management and change control
  • Organizational readiness
  • Organizational change management
  • Engineering and architecture
  • Enterprise testing
  • Cybersecurity
  • Applications development
  • Enterprise Operations (EOps) support
  • Transition activities
  • Contingency management

The IRS IT EPMO offers support services to provide IT operations support, oversight of program implementations, and ensure compliance.

The IRS released the sources sought notice Jan. 24. Responses are due by Feb. 26.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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