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USCIS Issues Sources Sought Notice for EGIS II Contract

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USCIS Issues Sources Sought Notice for EGIS II Contract

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is conducting market research to gauge industry’s ability to support requirements under its Enterprise Gateway and Integration Services II contract.

USCIS wants to identify businesses that can provide information technology services in support of its Distributed Service Architecture Branch portfolio.

Work under the EGIS II spans the areas of program management, architecture and security and DevSecOps, according to a sources sought notice posted on SAM .gov.

Required program management services include collecting and managing EGIS program metrics.

Architecture and security services are also needed for establishing strategies for new cloud-based solutions and supporting the creation and implementation of all application programming interface across the USCIS enterprise.

In addition, USCIS needs DevSecOps support for implementing a hybrid microservice architecture as a design approach to build and enhance EGIS applications.

The original EGIS contract vehicle was introduced in 2019. It was launched to replace the third generation of the Business Enterprise Service Technologies contract. 

The main focus of EGIS was to replace the Enterprise Service Bus 2, USCIS’s legacy infrastructure for information sharing. EGIS, which now facilitates the exchange of information between agency systems, consolidates some ESB 2 functionality and adds new ones not found in the legacy system.

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