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Future Network Services Programs. Kevin Gallo Program Manager, Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition GSA. Debbie Clark Program Manager, CONNECTIONS GSA. May 5, 2010.

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Future

Network Services Programs

Kevin GalloProgram Manager,

Future COMSATCOM

Services AcquisitionGSA

Debbie ClarkProgram Manager,

CONNECTIONS

GSA

May 5, 2010

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ITS offers government access to the spectrum of IT products and services, and to strategic solutions that meet customer needs

Internet Services

Data Centers & Storage

Satellite Services

IT Offerings

ITS

“Great Government

through Technology”

Software & Applications

Communication Networks & Services

Computer Systems & Hardware

Professional IT Services

Strategic

Solutions

Sustainability

Socioeconomic

Wireless &

Mobility

Cybersecurity

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ITS delivers products and services through four main channels
  • ITS helps government execute its core mission by making IT acquisitions:
      • Faster
      • Cheaper
      • Easier

IT Schedule 70

Fair and reasonable prices for IT products and services

Office of Infrastructure Optimization

Good for Government Programs

ITS

Assisted Acquisition Services

Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts

Comprehensive and flexible contracts that provide virtually any IT services

Network Services

Your one-stop shop for telecommunications solutions.

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network services programs value to the customer
Network Services Programs Value to the Customer
  • Pre-negotiated, cost-effective solutions
    • Network Services Programs provides a variety of portfolio offerings to meet your IT, telecommunications, and network services requirements.
  • Enables customers to focus on their core mission
    • Network Services Programs has the technical and acquisition expertise to simplify your procurement process allowing you to save time and reduce your risk.
future network services programs
Future Network Services Programs:
  • Future Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) Services Acquisition
  • CONNECTIONS II
future commercial satellite communications services acquisition fcsa8
Future Commercial Satellite Communications Services Acquisition (FCSA)

Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Applications

GSA/DISA Partnership

Acquisition Approach

Next Steps

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commercial satellite services support the government with
Commercial Satellite Services support the Government with:

Reliable communications where no wire line or wireless infrastructure exists

Military Support and Communications

Quickly deployed Domestic Emergency Response Communications

Continuity of Operations/Service Diversity

Supplements Terrestrial Networks

How does commercial satellite support the Government?

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fixed satellite services fss
Fixed Satellite Services (FSS)

Bandwidth

Terminals

Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) -1m to 3m Dishes

Large Terminals – 3m to 6m

> 6m

Dish

Size

< 1m

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mobile satellite services mss
Mobile Satellite Services (MSS)

Bandwidth

Terminals

High Speed IP-based Broadband (Data rates up to 256kpbs); examples:

Inmarsat

Thuraya

Mobile Satellite Ventures

Satellite Handset Phones

Voice Low Rate Data (2.4 – 9.6kpbs); examples:

Iridium

Globalstar

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distance learning solutions
Distance Learning Solutions

Satellite provides an effective and economical way to deliver interactive training to widely dispersed personnel

  • Uses:
  • Medical Training
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Homeland Defense
  • Biological Terrorism
  • Multicultural Training

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continuity of operations
Continuity of Operations
  • Path Diversity using Satellite to achieve COOP
  • Providing satellite connectivity when
  • terrestrial connection (frame relay, MPLS, T1, etc.) is not available.
  • Routing Overview:
    • Routes traffic over wire-line or satellite paths based on policy based rules
    • Loss of primary path will result in all traffic being re-routed over the other path
    • Upon restoral of primary link, all traffic re-routed back to primary path

Satellite backup as “Insurance”

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emergency response disaster recovery
Emergency Response/Disaster Recovery
  • Bandwidth
  • Fly-away kits

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military applications
Military Applications

Broadcast

UAV

Tactical to Tactical

AFFOR

SATCOM

Reachback

AFFOR

JTF HQ

X (DSCS)

C, Ku, UHF

EHF, Ka(WGS)

JTF HQ

JSOTF

ARFOR

JSOTF

Teleport

ARFOR

MARFOR

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MARFOR

NAVFOR

gsa disa partnership to acquire future commercial satcom services
GSA-DISA Partnership to Acquire Future Commercial SATCOM Services

A Combat Support Agency

DSTS-G

(2001)

DISA

FY09: $360M

Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition

Inmarsat

(2001)

DISA

FY09: $88M

SATCOM II

(2007)

GSA

FY09: $48M

  • DISA and GSA have established a long-term agreement to accomplish:
    • Solicitation Development
    • Source Selection
    • Contract Operation

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  • DSTS-G – DISA Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Satellite Transmission Services—Global
dod gsa partnership
DoD/GSA Partnership

DISA and GSA working together to procure COMSATCOM services for the Government

Establish a common marketplace for all Government customers and Industry suppliers

Leverage GSA’s multiple supply channels to optimize delivery of services

Ensure all Government customers receive solutions that consider Government Information Assurance and Protection requirements

Support the Administration’s agenda for cooperation among Federal organizations

A Combat Support Agency

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comsatcom requirements
COMSATCOM Requirements

Transponded Capacity

  • Subscription Services
  • Custom End-to-End Solutions

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transponded capacity
Transponded Capacity

Dedicated satellite bandwidth and power in any commercially available frequency band

Anything from a single data stream, to a partial transponder, to whole transponders, to entire satellites

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subscription services
Subscription Services

Pre-existing, pre-engineered Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) or Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) solutions, including terminals tied to a service, in any commercially available frequency band

Maximum leverage of commercially available services to meet customers’ growing and evolving requirements

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end to end solutions
End-to-End Solutions

Customer defined, End-to-End solutions, consisting of a combination of bandwidth, teleport access, equipment, terrestrial tail circuits, network management, and engineering services

Ability to handle any customer requirement, including

“Turn Key” commercial solutions

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acquisition approach details
Acquisition Approach Details

New GSA Information Technology (IT) Federal Supply Schedule 70 Special Item Numbers (SINs) for Transponded Capacity and Subscription Services

Contractors define and price their commercial offerings

New GSA ID/IQ Contracts for End-to-End Solutions

Customers defined the requirements, vendors engineer custom solutions

Full and Open competition for large-scale requirements

Small Business set-aside for remaining requirements

Contract holders in each Service Area will be able to compete for requirements on a task order basis

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comsatcom schedule 70
COMSATCOM Schedule 70

Evergreen Clause offers 20 year Period of Performance (PoP) (5yr base + three 5yr options)

Allows addition of qualified vendors at any time

Contractors define and price their commercial offerings

Posted Schedule prices based on Most Favored Customer pricing

For most task orders, final pricing determined by Task Order Solicitation and competition

New technologies and offerings can be added at any time through contract modification

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custom satcom solutions cs2
Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2)

Contracts for End-to-end Solutions

Customers define the requirements; Contractors engineer custom solutions

Establishing two ID/IQ vehicles:

Full and Open (F&O) Competition ID/IQ (Custom SATCOM Solutions) for large-scale requirements ($2.6B ceiling)

Small Business Set-Aside (SB) ID/IQ (CS2-Small Business) for remaining requirements ($900M ceiling)

Fixed price Task Orders

5 year Period of Performance (3-year base + two 1-year options)

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fcsa service areas and contract vehicles
FCSA Service Areas and Contract Vehicles

Vendor defines parameters for use and price

Leased

Bandwidth

Network

Network

Vendor defines standards, interfaces, and subscription rates

+

+

+

+

+

Leased

Bandwidth

Integration

Services

User

Equipment

Teleport

Network

Management

Customer defines standards, components, and interfaces (which determines cost)

Contract Mechanism

TRANSPONDED CAPACITY

Multiple Award

IT Schedule 70

SIN 132-54

“Plug-in” SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES

($/month, $/minute, $/MB)

Multiple Award

IT Schedule 70

SIN 132-55

Custom END-TO-END SOLUTIONS

Multiple Award ID/IQ Contracts

FCSA projected 10 year value is

anticipated to exceed five billion dollars ($5B)

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program update milestones
Program Update: Milestones

Draft Schedule 70 Solicitation Release

Final Schedule 70 Solicitation Release

Draft ID/IQ RFP Release

Final ID/IQ RFP Release

Schedule 70 Contract Awards*

ID/IQ Contract Awards

Oct

2009

Feb

2010

Mar

2010

June 2010

Q2 FY11

Q4 FY11

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* Some awards may be sooner

contact information
Contact Information

FCSA website

www.gsa.gov/fcsa

FCSA email

[email protected]

FCSA website for IT Schedule 70

www.gsa.gov/satserv

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CONNECTIONS II: Communications and Networks Solutions in Buildings, Campuses, Enterprise-wide

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connections ii s acquisition goals
Connections II’sAcquisition Goals
  • Provide customers a select group of highly qualified – thoroughly experienced vendors.
  • Winning offerors must have demonstrated quality Telecommunications experience.
  • Equipment provided under the contract can meet Supply Chain Risk Management practices.

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c onnections ii acquisition
Connections II Acquisition
  • CNX II will be a multiple award, Indefinite Delivery - Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract procured as a FAR 15 acquisition.
  • Ten year period of performance:
    • Base period of four (4) years;
    • Six (6) one year options.
  • Geographic scope is GLOBAL – however minimum award eligibility requires vendor to deliver services nationwide.
  • Contract ceiling: $10 Billion

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c onnections ii acquisition continued
Connections II Acquisition (continued):
  • RFP to be released shortly after review of received Industry comments on draft RFP.
  • GSA desires to make awards based on initial proposal submissions
    • Best and Final Offers not envisioned but GSA reserves the right if it is deemed necessary
  • Awards expected in Winter 2010/2011.

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connections ii structure
Connections II Structure
  • CNX II will not have the same structure as Connections today - but retains the “spirit” of the existing vehicle
    • CNX II will not have three separate categories (Equipment-Services-Solutions)
    • CNX II is a solutions vehicle with four areas of solution sets
    • Offerors must propose labor pricing for all 10 years of contract
    • Minimum equipment catalog for initial award
    • Davis-Bacon & Service Contracting Act language incorporated
    • Vendors who compete for Task Orders (post award) can use labor/equipment from any or all solution areas in their proposals
    • Task Orders can be fixed price and/or T&M.
    • Network Services that provide transport and access to and between customer sites, will be OUT OF SCOPE.

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connections ii s solution sets
Connections II’s Solution Sets
  • Communications and Networking
  • Building/Campus Facility Preparation
  • Operations, Administration, and Management (OA&M)
  • Customer Service and Technical Support

Note:For all Solution Types, the contract can:

  • Provide labor or equipment or both.
  • Provide new solutions and support for legacy facilities.
  • Provide solutions which are combinations of any or all of the above four solution types.

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connections ii is comprehensive
Connections II is Comprehensive
  • Designed to complement and enhance Networx and Regional telecommunications contracts
  • Global geographic scope
  • Access to Secret, Top Secret & TS/SCI cleared personnel
  • Allows for fixed price and/or T&M types of contracts

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connections ii is focused
Connections II is Focused
  • Provides access to a highly qualified, experienced government telephony focused industry partners
  • No job is too big or too small:
    • Transition planning and Integration services
    • Infrastructure installation and implementation
    • Equipment and/or Labor
  • Choice of direct order or acquisition assistance.

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Register now at http://www.networkservices.gsa.gov/ for the 2010 Network Services Conference and learn more about our exciting new programs

June 21-24, 2010

GSA FAS/ITS 2010 Network Services Conference

Rosen Shingle Creek

Orlando, Florida

thank you for your interest and participation
Thank you for your interest and participation!
  • Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA)
    • Satellite communications
  • CONNECTIONS-II
    • Communications and Networks Solutions in Buildings, Campuses, Enterprise-wide
  • [email protected]
  • CONNECTIONS II Program Office
  • www.gsa.gov/connectionsii
  • 877-387-2001
  • FCSA Program Office
  • www.gsa.gov/fcsa

Please remember:

For more information contact:

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