Notice ID: 2032H824

This requirement is for the establishment of a Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) for acquisition support and professional services. The Contractor shall provide all necessary qualified personnel and services as described in the Performance Work Statement (PWS). The Contractor shall provide a range of support to include consulting, program management, communications, organizational effectiveness (OE), strategic planning, acquistion lifecycle, acquisition support, acquisition pre-planning activities, enterprise lifecycle, data analysis, data visualization, and robotic process automation.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to award a multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for administrative, technical, and support services. This procurement is 100% small business set-aside.

Evaluations will be conducted for each track under each functional category (FC). There will be three (3) separate and distinct competitions occurring simultaneously. Thus, one competition track for each FC.

Track 1: Functional Category 1 – Optimization

Organizational Services Task Customer Experience Task

Track 2: Functional Category 2 – Acquisition Lifecycle Planning and Support Services Acquisition Lifecycle Planning Task Acquisition Support Task

Track 3: Functional Category 3 – Information Technology (IT)

Data Management and Governance Task Automation Task.

The mission of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is to provide America’s taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and enforce the law with integrity and fairness to all. The Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (OCPO) provides acquisition life-cycle support for the IRS, the Department of Treasury Departmental Offices (DO), and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP). On average, each year, the IRS executes 1,900 contracts with a total contract value under $10M; 60 contracts with a total contract value over $10M and under $100M; and 15 contracts with a total contract value over $100M. OCPO is comprised of the following divisions:

  1. Acquisition Management & Planning (AMP) – Proactively engages customers and stakeholders to deliver effective, advanced acquisition planning services and drive innovative, optimal acquisition solutions. AMP’s acquisition professionals offer the highest level of customer service and consult on technical and administrative processes throughout all stages of the acquisition life cycle.
  2. Office of Analytics, Research, & Technology (ART) – Provides program management support for procurement data systems, maintains data repositories, and conducts advanced data analytics. Additionally, ART leads the identification, testing, and implementation of tools and technologies to support an efficient, data-driven workforce and the improvement of processes and controls.ART applies best practices in change management and quality assurance to deliver the right solutions to achieve data-informed, technology-assisted performance improvement.
  3. Office of Business Solutions Acquisition (OBSA) – Plans, negotiates, executes, and manages the procurements of non-information technology products and services nationwide for the IRS and Treasury.
  4. Office of Information Technology Acquisition (OITA) – Plans, negotiates, executes, and manages the procurements of information technology (IT) products and services for IRS, Treasury, and BEP. Office of Resource Planning (ORP) – Coordinates internal processes, resources, procedures, and collaboration tools to keep functioning at peak performance. ORP manages business operations, organizational strategy and evaluation, budget planning and execution, human resources, communications, and risk management activities.   6. Office of Procurement Policy (OPP) – Conducts pre-award, post-award, compliance, and quality assurance reviews and assists in formulating and implementing processes and procedures that increase the efficiency and effectiveness of procurement operations. OPP also develops and maintains procurement policies, monitors small business utilization, manages, and monitors Delegations of Procurement Authority, oversees the restricted purchase list, and ensures ratifications of unauthorized commitments are supported and properly documented. Additionally, the OPP identifies and delivers developmental opportunities and manages acquisition training and certification programs.

The period of performance for the IDIQ will include a 12-month base Period and four (4) 12-month option periods.

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