“The Office of Information and Technology Resource Management (ITRM) is responsible for planning the management of all IT resources, directing financial and IT asset management, and developing policies and strategic planning activities for VA OI&T acquisitions. IT Budget and Finance (ITBF) is a division under ITRM and is responsible for planning, programming, execution, controlling and accounting for VA’s IT resources. Business processes and corresponding financial services require rigorous data analytics to identify performance metrics and efficiencies to ensure successful and measurable output of dollars spent. ITRM and the CIO require objective, data-driven, transparent analysis to inform strategic investment decisions by the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of VA. VA OI&T, ITRM CFO and CIO have a requirement for support services to meet their office needs mentioned above.
OI&T and the CIO require objective, data-driven, transparent analysis to inform strategic investment decisions by the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs. To address this requirement, OI&T is synchronizing its core business processes with the Department’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) system. The Contractor shall provide technical support in the conduct of operations research methods and analysis techniques during the programmatic resource integration and analysis phases of PPBE. The operations research analysis will focus on identifying, analyzing, and assessing programmatic resource requirements, prioritization methodologies, trade-offs and options analysis, and the risks associated with those trade-offs and options. The level of support sought requires unique training and skill sets that are not readily available in sufficient numbers within VA…”
RFP Close Date: 12/01/2017 03:00 PM EST
G2X TAKE: VA OI&T’s Technology Resource Management group and the CIO is seeking a vendor to provide data-driven, transparent analysis to inform strategic investment decisions by the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of VA.
Released as an unrestricted solicitation last Friday on MOBIS, expect OCI concerns to cause the field to quickly be whittled down. Regardless, we would expect the competition to be fierce amongst the remaining competitors as this enterprise need is clearly strategic in nature.
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