Opportunity Name: FBI Information Technology Enterprise Contract Support (ITECS) ITECS

(Recompete of the FBI’s ITTriple-S (ITSSS) contract)

Solicitation Number: ITTriple-S_SpecialNotice

Agency: Department of Justice

Sub-Agency: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Financial Considerations
Contract Value:




Solicitation Date:

Q2 FY2021

Solicitation Due Date:

Q2 FY2021

Award Date:

Q4 FY2021


Information Technology


Hardware and Software Related Services, O&M, Technical and Development, Administrative and Technical

Contract VehicleGSA Multiple Award Schedule
Competition Type:Full and Open, Partial Small Business
Award Type:Task / Delivery Order
Awards:Multiple (132 – 15 Large / 7 Small per Track)
NAICS: 541990 All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Size Standard:$15M
Contract Term:

One-year base plus four One-year options

Contract Type:

BPA allowing FFP, FPI, Cost Plus, IDIQ and T&M orders


United States (Secret / Top-Secret FCL)

GARDANT Point of Contact (POC)
Thomas (Tom) Foglesong
(240) 353-0681


Special Background Note: This procurement was initiated in 2019 by DOJ/FBI to recompete ITTripleS.  The 2019 solicitation was cancelled after several protests. 2019 solicitation made on eBuy, Schedule 70. 

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Finance Division (FD), Procurement Section (PS) Information Technology Acquisitions Unit (ITAU), is planning an acquisition of the Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (ITSSS) Blanket Purchase Agreement re-compete. The FBI intends to execute a Blanket Purchase Agreement off of General Schedule Administration’s (GSA) IT Schedule 70.

An anticipated track restructure was announced on December 3, 2018. “Realignment of the proposed technical tracks is set to clearly define areas based on Capability Model Service areas and match the Technology Business Management (TBM).  TBM is a valued-mgmt. framework instituted by Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, and other technology leaders.  The realigned tracks are expected to be:

  • End User Services
  • Business Application Services
  • Delivery Services
  • Platform Services
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Emerging Services
  • Shared Services

An updated IT Triple – S Re-compete Acquisition/Award Strategy was announced at the same time. “The FBI is anticipating 15-22 awards per above referenced track to include 10-15 large businesses and five to seven small business per track (The FBI reserves the right to increase or decrease those numbers to meet the agency’s needs).  Each vendor will have to meet the evaluation criteria per track to receive an award on that track.  The criteria for evaluation will be the same for large businesses and small businesses”.


The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has a continuing requirement for Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (IT-SSS). The anticipated service tracks include:

  • End User Services
  • Business Application Services
  • Delivery Services
  • Platform Services
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Emerging Services
  • Shared Services

Incumbent Details

  • Awarded in October 2010 to 46 Vendors on GSA Schedule 70
  • Spend approximately $2B
  • Largest customers were CJIS/ITB/OTD
  • Streamlined Acquisition (6 to 8-week award timeline)
  • Over 230 Task Orders including Cable
  • Received 3-4 quotes on average for all task orders
  • Best Value Tradeoffs for majority of awards
  • DOJ wide


  • All Vendors shall be registered in SAM and SAM must be updated
  • Maximize value of Self Scoring Worksheet
  • Established Facility Clearance
  • Deemed responsible according to the FAR
  • To be awarded as a prime vendor on a track, each vendor/offeror must meet the qualifications and stand on its own merit
  • CTA not permitted in 2019
  • Scoring worksheet included the following certifications:
    • ISO 9001:2015 may be included
    • CMMI
    • ISO 20000-1 IT Service Management
    • ISO 27001 (Information Security Management)
    • Not included in 2019, but may be now: CMMC, or ITTPS, or a SCRM plan