Updated January 5, 2021
Notice ID: GS00F143CA36C10B18F260
Award Number: GS-00F-143CA-36C10B18F2604-P00022
“The proposed action is a modification to extend the period of performance (PoP) to an existing hybrid Firm-Fixed Price (FFP), labor hour Contract/Task Order (TO) GS-00F-143CA/36C10B18F2604 to continue the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) support for VA, Office of Information Technology (OlT), Information Technology Resource Management (ITRM) Office. The TO was awarded to Grant Thorton LLP, 333 John Carlyle Street, Alexandira, Virginia via a competitive acquisition on January 5, 2018.”
“The current TO provides support services to ITRM CIO and CFO. OIT and the CIO require objective, data-driven, transparent analysis to inform strategic investment decisions by the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of VA. The support services provided under Contract/TO GS-00F143CA/36C10B18F2604 includes the following: financial analytics support, financial management support; financial system transition support; technology business management; Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) support; administrative support for Deputy CIO for ITRM; cost analysis and estimation; risk assessments evaluation of alternatives; Earned Value Management support; strategic workforce planning; and procurement, facilities, and performance management support. The financial services support requires assisting the operation and management of OIT’s eight major organizational elements/pillars to include: financial analytics, financial management support, travel and purchase card support, financial systems transition, PPBE support, financial business process improvement, special studies and analyses, and CIO support services. The period of performance for the proposed extension effort shall consist of two months, plus, one month option period, and one 30-day optional task for transitional support to be exercised at the Government’s discretion.”
“The TO is set to expire on January 4, 2021. VA is in the process of finalizing its acquisition documents for a competitive action for the ITRM support services which is anticipated to be solicited in January 2020 and awarded within second quarter of fiscal year 2021.”
Posted November 13, 2020
Notice ID: 36C10B21R0035
The IT Resource Management (ITRM) Office is responsible for ensuring VA and Office of Information and Technology (OIT) have the resources needed to support our nation’s Veterans, Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) oversees the day-to-day activities of ITRM s $4 billion IT budget and the delivery of talent management services for OIT s 8,000 government staff and ensures space and facilities services for OIT s 43 locations nationwide.
TMO is uniquely positioned within OIT to improve the employee experience. TMO s goal is to enhance OIT s success through talent management. Each division within TMO reinforces the importance of how being people-focused enhances the success of the organization. The Talent Management Office (TMO) comprises three subdivisions: Human Capital Management (HCM), IT Workforce Development (ITWD), and the Office of Organization Development and Engagement (ODE). VA anticipates a Period of Performance (PoP) of 12 months from the date of award, with two, 12-month option periods, and two optional task per period. VA anticipates a Firm Fixed Price contract type for base and all optional periods and tasks. This is a follow on effort to similar support services being provided under Contract# GS-00F-143CA Order# 36C10B18F2604 with Grant Thornton LLP.
The VA is looking for citations where the contractor has shown experience in the following: Implementing Fiscal data analytics and/or analytical tools for a client. Portfolio (asset) management office(s) to develop or improve performance measures to gauge the portfolios status & health. Implemented a tiger team on behalf of a client to quickly perform a study or assessment (e.g., cost implications/impacts, risks, alignment to strategic objectives) of a current program or an emerging initiative. Providing technical and organizational transformation (ie Agile Development, ITIL, etc) for an Informational and Technology (IT) organization that addresses all transformation phases including but not limited to architecture, engineering, implementation, and sustainment to include partner engagement services and managed services.