The Leidos Advantage
- Demonstrated experience of high-quality IT solutions in all Alliant component areas: application services, IT management services, infrastructure, and ancillary services. Our approach includes methodologies and capabilities that were developed in response to the rising complexity of programs in government and industry.
- Comprehensive IT resources, including more than 26,000 highly skilled professionals bringing together the full range of the corporation’s information competencies in information technology solutions, management services, and advanced technology expertise. Many of these professionals have clearances.
- Dedicated program support and leadership through our experienced Alliant Program Management Office, we provide robust and efficient support for your contracting needs to expedite the time from requirement to solution.
- Contracting flexibility allows access to all contract types (cost reimbursable, firm fixed price, and time & materials).
- Dedicated business development resources that are located worldwide and in every GSA region to promote the benefits of Alliant, assist in identifying opportunities, and facilitate its use.
- An “Open Business Model” approach to subcontracting that matches task order-specific customer requirements to the best qualified subcontracting partners—both large and small—to solve your critical business issues.
- A commitment to the small business community and to meeting Alliant’s 50% small business subcontracting goals. Leidos has a proven track record of exceeding its small business goals on its contracts. Our Alliant team will work with our small business office to ensure that we deliver quality and continue to exceed small business goals
Scope, Objectives & Benefits
The ITES-3S scope will include a full range of services and solutions necessary for the Army to satisfy its support of the Army Enterprise infostructure and infrastructure goals with IT services throughout CONUS and OCONUS locations, including warzone areas. The scope includes the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information Management (C4IM) requirements as defined in Army Regulation 25-1 (AR 25-1). Additionally, ITES-3S will include the services and solutions necessary for the Army and other services to transition from current service-centric information environments to the enterprise JIE as directed by the DoD CIO.
Program objectives of this MA-IDIQ vehicle are:
- Identify and implement best commercial practices, new technologies, and streamlined approaches that afford the Army and other customers' IT and telecommunications structure the ability to improve their performance and IT business processes (e.g. offering tools, techniques, and practices for migration to a joint enterprise environment, supporting enterprise level services).
- Support and partner with CHESS on the Army’s data and reporting requirements through electronic interface and CHESS’ IT e-mart.
- Promote the benefits of performance-based contracting by educating the Army users.
- Continuously seek ways to increase customer satisfaction through delivery of best value and superior IT services.
- Assure affordable, best value, best priced IT solutions.
- No fee to use this contract vehicle
- Decentralized Ordering
- Open to Army, DoD and all Federal Agencies
- For more Information – please visit the ARMY CHESS IT E-MART