RX Joint Venture
 
GSA ALLIANT Small Business Service Provider
Services

As a selected contractor under the ALLIANT SB GWAC, RXJV looks forward to serving Government customers in the areas of Infrastructure, Application, and Information Technology Management services.  Please visit the official GSA ALLIANT SB website at www.gsa.gov/alliantsb for the overview, procurement schedule, document library, and current status of this program.


 


Brief Overview of ALLIANT SB


The Alliant SB Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) provides innovative Information Technology (IT) solutions from small businesses. Alliant SB offers advantages to pre-qualified small businesses by providing opportunities to compete amongst a defined group of contract holders and a chance to develop their business before moving into unrestricted acquisition environments. The Alliant SB GWAC is designed to assist agencies in reaching their small business procurement goals.

This contracting vehicle is a 5 year with 5 option year small business set-aside with a 15 billion dollar cap.  The program will award task order contracts under fixed price (FPI, FPAF), cost (CPFF, CPIF, CPAF), and time & material and labor hour.  
 
Services Provided under ALLIANT SB

Infrastructure Services
Infrastructure includes hardware, software, licensing, technical support, and warranty services, technological refreshment and enhancements.  Planning, analysis, research and development, design, development, integration and testing, implementation, operations and maintenance, information assurance, and final disposition of these components.  Include administration and help desk functions necessary to support the IT infrastructure (e.g., desktop support, network administration).

•    Service Access and Delivery – Support for components are responsible for facilitating the end-to-end collection and distribution of data (web  browsers, VPNs)

•    Service Platform and Infrastructure - desktops, laptops, servers, mainframes, routers, switches, printers,  Windows/UNIX, Java/.NET; web server/portal; database, data storage, data warehouse; software development tools: testing, modeling, versioning, configuration management.

•    Component Framework – Support for components include digital certificates, biometrics; business logic: JavaScript, Visual Basic; data interchange: Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Resource Description Framework (RDF); data management: Structured Query Language (SQL), Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC).

•    Service Interface and Integration - Messaging-Oriented Middleware (MOM), Object Request Broker (ORB), Enterprise  Application Integration (EAI), EXtensible Markup Language (XML), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

Application Services
Application Services provide support for all applications and collaborative service capabilities

•    Customer Services Customer Relationship Management (CRM):
•    Process Automation Tracking and Workflow:
•    Business Management: Process Management:
•    Digital Asset Services Content Management:  Document Management: Knowledge Management: Records Management:
•    Business Analytical Services Analysis and Statistics: Visualization: Knowledge Discovery, Business Intelligence: Reporting
•    Back Office Services Data Management: Human Resources Financial Management: Asset/Material Management: Development and Integration: Human Capital/Workforce Management Development and Integration:
•    Support Services Security Management: Communications: Systems Management: Forms Management:
•    DoDEA Mission Area Support . Includes IT support services for DoD’s Global Information Grid (GIG) architecture, Business, Warfighter, Intelligence, and Enterprise Information Environment (EIE) mission areas.

IT Management Services Support
IT Management Services Support for operations and IT resource management requirements across the Federal government.

•    Controls and Oversight Development and implementation of management controls and systems required by agencies to evaluate, manage, and monitor program performance relative to IT initiatives.
•    Risk Management and Mitigation Identification of risk and preparation of risk management plans for IT projects, initiatives, and ongoing operations. Contingency planning.
•    Regulatory Development.  Support for development, implementation and maintenance of systems to support agencies’ IT regulatory development, compliance, and enforcement activities.  
•    Planning and Resource Allocation Budget Formulation/Execution: Capital Planning:  Enterprise Architecture (EA):  Strategic Planning: Management Improvements.
•    Security.  Development and implementation of management, operational, and technical security controls required by agencies to assure desired levels of protection for IT systems and data are achieved.
•    System and Network Controls  Mechanisms to support communication and automated needs. Facilitate the planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling of the arrangement of the elements of protection and monitoring capabilities, and incident recovery actions of the information environment.
•    Ancillary Support.  As necessary when incidental to larger IT initiative -  Clerical support; data entry; training; subject matter expertise; server racks, mounts, or similar items; and construction, alteration, and repair.
•    Telecommunications/Wireless. Support only when  incidental to a larger IT initiative.