ISSi goes above and beyond to seek and compete for a variety of contract vehicles to give our government clients multiple avenues to quickly and effectively ramp-up a project. For example, such contract vehicles as GWACS and Agency wide Contracts can simplify the acquisition process with pre-negotiated Terms & Conditions and negotiated rates to optimize Task Order start-up time. We are proud to offer you the following contract vehicles as we actively pursue others.
GSA Schedule 70 based, Task Order driven, Justice-wide BPA for IT services: Web Maintenance, Content Management, 508 Compliance, Information Assurance, imaging, product evaluation, software development and integration; MS-SQL Server, Oracle, Java, Interwoven/iManage support, Documentum, CenterStage and Network and Server administration.
Have maintained excellent performance ratings from our Contract Officers over our 11+ years as a DOJ/JMD BPA holder, and during our total of 18+ years of providing services to DOJ.
ISSi awarded a FY’14 plus 4 Option-Years T&M Contract at DOJ Civil Division for 30 positions of traditional back office legal support services (i.e., Clerks, Paralegals, Analysis and small IT support team tasked with an on-going web enabling of legacy applications, assessing data structure and enhancing timeliness of reporting).
Subcontractor under those Primes indicated:
To provide web enablement, application maintenance, 508 compliance, ST&E for information assurance, document archive and retrieval as needed, plus related Reports, litigation support services, and Field Office CPA Auditing services as needed for the Office of the General Counsel and the respective Field Office based sub-offices. ISSi has provided services to DOE since September 1995; as a Prime for six years and a Sub to four (4) follow-on Primes (EDS, RS Info Sys, EES, LLC and currently ActioNet, Inc.).
Most recent Task Order has been to assist in defining our clients Case-Management requirements to address a new Congressional Mandate. With their direction and requirements in hand we assessed the Case Management market space seeking publishers claiming ability to meet the requirements without defining the client. Nearly 200 publishers state to have products able to meet the needs. The list was reduced to a dozen and then to only five willing to demonstrate their products to the client. DOE Project Leads entered the scene and selected the COTS solution best able to provide the flexibility to be fitted to their needs and the scalability to to address growth as it occurred. We understand that selection has been deployed.
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