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Interior Dept Taps 3 Firms for OFF Federal Accounting System Support IDIQ

The Interior Department has selected IBM (NYSE: IBM), Deloitte and Summit2Sea Consulting to provide Oracle Federal Financials accounting system support for the agency’s Financial Management Line of Business program.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says IBM and Deloitte’s consulting business will compete for up to $120M in task orders under the full-and-open track of the potential seven-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Summit2Sea will vie for up to $135M in task orders over a seven-year period under IDIQ’s small business track.

The selected contractors will help the department’s Interior Business Center carry out OFF Release 12 system implementation and integration work, according to the performance work statement.

IBC provides shared services for the federal government and delivers financial management, acquisition and human resource platforms and services to client agencies.

The scope of work includes project management; functional support; data conversion; post-production; help desk support; training and knowledge transfer assistance; testing; and technical support.

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