Library of Congress Issues RFP For $40 Million IT Governance Support Contract
The legislative branch agency published a solicitation requesting proposals from IT vendors that can “support the Library in accomplishing initiatives in the areas of management and governance processes, including mission and IT strategic planning, effective and efficient use of technology investments within the context of business and IT investment portfolios, service management, and improved support to the Library’s various service units for both business and IT project and program management.”
The anticipated indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract will have five-year ordering period in which the Library can issue multiple task orders up to a $40 million ceiling. The contract’s minimum ordering amount is $50,000.
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Direct to RFP (32 pages; July 1, 2016)
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Direct to Statement of Work: Analysis and Recommendations for Digital Collection Access Management Solutions (5 pages; PDF)
Direct to Statement of Work: IT Research Products and Services (5 pages; PDF)
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