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IRS Issues Draft RFP for Acquisition Support, Professional Services IDIQ Contract

The Internal Revenue Service has released a draft solicitation for a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for acquisition support and professional services.

The IDIQ contract is a total small business set-aside program featuring three tracks or functional categories: optimization, acquisition lifecycle planning and support services and information technology, according to the draft request for proposals published Friday.

FC 1 has a maximum value of approximately $98 million and includes organizational services and customer experience tasks, while FC 2 covers acquisition lifecycle planning and acquisition support tasks and is worth approximately $205 million. FC 3 covers data management and governance and automation tasks and has a maximum value of about $50 million.

According to the notice, each category will be competed separately, which will occur simultaneously.

Acquisition support, for instance, includes tracking and reporting acquisition actions, creating Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation records and assisting in the training of customers on various acquisition approaches and strategies.

Support services include consulting, communications, strategic planning, data analysis, robotic process automation, data visualization, organizational effectiveness, acquisition pre-planning activities, program management and enterprise lifecycle.

Questions and comments regarding the draft RFP are due March 25.

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