HHS “is seeking qualified Contractors to provide architecture, analysis, design, development and maintenance services to create and support this enterprise system, referred to as “NextGen”. The Contractor shall also provide support for pre-production test and implementation of the NextGen system when transitioned to a production environment.
This project will establish the new Grants.gov architecture, design, working Proof-of-Concept (POC) and a production-ready system. This includes the expected implementation of the next generation application architecture for Grants.gov. This work will be done while the existing system will support the ongoing operations and maintenance (O&M) of the current Grants.gov platform. This ensures that agencies can continue to use the existing Grants.gov system to post opportunities and allow for the submission of grant applications.
The investment benefit to this project is to set the next generation Grants.gov system, modernized to evolved technologies and standards. New technologies provide…”
Due Date: Friday, July 22, 2016 12:00 PM
G2X TAKE: That this contract was last awarded at 5 years and nearly $40M in spend is enough reason to draw a high level of interest, but the opportunity to develop the next generation of the Grants.gov solution will ensure this one of the more evaluated and pursued tasks.
Incumbent Digital Management, Inc (DMI) continues to be listed as a SB on the NITAAC website, so there is no reason to believe they will move off of this vehicle at this point.
Looking to partner? A few firms, both large and small, worth reaching out to include Accenture, Northrop Grumman, NETE Solutions (doing the PMO work), Cyrus Management Solutions and Vision 2 Value Inc.