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DHS Issues Sources Sought Notice for OCIO Support Services

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DHS Issues Sources Sought Notice for OCIO Support Services

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Procurement Operations has issued a sources sought notice to assess contractors’ capabilities to support the DHS Office of Chief Information Officer in implementing the new DHS Architecture, Development, and Platform Technical Services 2.0 program.

The services and products defined in the sources sought include program and project management, Agile software development and SecDevOps process support. Other contractor capabilities that the notice is looking into are focused on the engagement of key stakeholders; business analysis and requirement management; and application, service and cloud architecture support.

Among the key OCIO mission goals that the contractor will support are the implementation and management of cloud-based commodity computing functions and providing customer chargeback models and financial operations assistance, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov.

Other vital OCIO functions under ADaPTS 2.0 involve identifying and recommending products for streamlined and more efficient processes and enhancing user and customer experience. Interested parties have until March 21 to respond to the SSN. 

The previous ADaPTS program was awarded in January 2020 to Sevatec and three other contractors under a five-year blanket purchase agreement worth $265 million.

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