Request for information
NLRB Seeks Industry Feedback on Potential Legal Case Modernization Contract
The National Labor Relations Board seeks to modernize its legal case management system and is seeking industry input regarding the matter. According to a request for information posted on SAM .gov, NLRB will use the industry feedback to develop an acquisition strategy.
The RFI also stated that key systems will be in an operations and maintenance posture while modernization is ongoing.
The deadline for responses to the RFI is Jan. 23, Nextgov reported.
Some of the data that NLRB needs from respondents are their capabilities related to legal case management modernization, their knowledge of artificial intelligence and automation and their ability to support an enterprise data warehouse within Microsoft Azure.
The agency pointed out that the RFI is for planning purposes only and is not a contract solicitation, which will happen in the future. According to the RFI, the performance period for the eventual contract includes a one-year base period and four one-year options.
NLRB’s current case management system runs on Microsoft Windows servers and is hosted in the Azure cloud environment. NRLB said it wants the future system to use the same platforms wherever possible.
NLRB was established in 1935 to protect employees’ rights to organize, safeguard their ability to seek better working conditions and defend them against unfair practices.
Category: Federal Civilian
Tags: federal civilian IT Modernization legal case management modernization efforts Microsoft Azure Microsoft Windows National Labor Relations Board Nextgov request for information