Updated March 10, 2021
Notice ID: 75R60221R00007
Documents have now been posted for this requirement which will be used to provide support for a variety of development, maintenance and enhancement (DME) efforts that enable HRSA to better utilize Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) by integrating new business processes into the EHBs or integrating EHBs with existing HHS systems. This IDIQ will also provide support for Systems Architecture (SA) and Program Management Office (PMO) Services.
Updated February 11, 2021
Notice ID: 75R60221R00007
You are invited to submit a proposal in accordance with the requirements of this Solicitation No. 75R60221R00007 and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 15. The purpose of this requirement is to customer support for the Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) and provide support for a variety of development, maintenance and enhancement.
This requirement is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) which will be used to provide support for a variety of development, maintenance and enhancement (DME) efforts that enable HRSA to better utilize Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) by integrating new business processes into the EHBs or integrating EHBs with existing HHS systems. This IDIQ will also provide support for Systems Architecture (SA) and Program Management Office (PMO) Services.
Posted November 12, 2020
Notice ID: 22
To coordinate the resource planning across programs, HRSA implemented a standardized, paperless, end-to-end enterprise solution called the HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs). The web-based EHBs, is a mission critical system designed to ensure that programs are managed efficiently and in compliance with mandated Agency-wide and Federal policies, procedures, and legislation. The EHBs is one of HRSA’s major IT investment that supports the agency goal of integrating existing program and grant support systems into one transparent enterprise-wide system.
- The Office of Information Technology (OIT), Division of Enterprise Solutions and Applications Management (DESAM) is responsible for overall operations, governance and management of the EHBs System. The following Bureaus/Offices (B/Os) are primary stakeholders of the EHBs:
- Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) – BHW administers programs that are designed to strengthen the health workforce and connect skilled professionals to rural, urban, and tribal underserved communities nationwide.
- Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) – BPHC oversees the Health Center Program, a national network of health centers that provide comprehensive primary health care services to more than 24 million people nationwide, regardless of a patients’ ability to pay, charging for services on a sliding fee scale.
- HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) – HAB administers the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, which provides a comprehensive system of care for people living with HIV. The Program works with cities, states, and local community-based organizations to provide HIV care and treatment services to more than half a million people each year…
- The contractor will be required to have an extensive background in the grants award life cycle, which encompasses application submission (Grants.gov integration), application review, funding, awards (ACF GATES Integration), grant administration, post-award monitoring, and closeout processing.
- Contractors must demonstrate its compliance with Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 processes and provide written proof of CMMI Level 3 certification. This means that vendor’s engineering processes are defined for process areas such as Decision Analysis and Resolution, Integrated Project Management, Organizational Process Definition, Organizational Training, Product Integration, Requirements Development, Testing, Risk Management, Technical Solution, Validation, and Verification.
- The contractor is required to support the overall functionality of HRSA’s Electronic Handbooks (EHBs), which includes all systems development services for EHBs development, modernization, and enhancement (DME) activities, system architecture, internal and external system interfaces, web sites (Intranet as well as public-facing), data analytics and dashboards, cloud migrations, current and future adoption of software development life cycle (SDLC) tools and technologies, future optimization, innovation and growth, and Program Management activities.