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D--Geospatial Information System (GIS) Healthcare Enterprise Service and Support Agreement (GHESS)

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, New Jersey 07724 intends to enter into a Firm-Fixed Price contract on the basis of other than full and open competition for a Geospatial Information System (GIS) Healthcare Enterprise Service and Support Enterprise License Agreement to support the goal of creating a GIS shared services platform across the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Policy and Services. An option for an additional copy of StreetMap mapping data is also included. The period of performance shall be December 1, 2015 through November 30, 2016, plus four option years, if exercised. VA TAC intends to award to Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373, pursuant to authority 41 U.S.C. 3304(a)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(2) entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." The proposed solicitation number for this effort is VA118-16-Q-0647. The place of performance is at Veterans Health Administration, Planning Systems Support Group, 300 E. University Avenue, Suite 430, Gainesville, Florida 32601. The applicable North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code for this effort is 511210 with a corresponding small business size standard of $38.5M. The estimated date of award for this action is November 30, 2015. Questions regarding this action may be directed to Contract Specialist, Amy Schmalzigan, at Amy.Schmalzigan@va.gov.

D--Geospatial Information System (GIS) Healthcare Enterprise Service and Support Agreement (GHESS)

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published December 1, 2015
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On November 27, 2015, the Technology Acquisition Center awarded Delivery Order VA118-16-F-0797 under the terms and conditions of General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70 Contract GS-35F-253CA with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (Esri), located at 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373. Esri will be providing Geospatial Information System (GIS) Healthcare Enterprise Service and Support Enterprise License Agreement that will provide various Esri ArcGIS software, cloud services, data, and support services in order to support the goal of creating a GIS shared services. The period of performance for shall be from December 1, 2015 to November 30, 2016, plus four option years, if exercised. The total order value is $2,633,780.00. ? JUSTIFICATION FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is for a sole source firm-fixed-price contract with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (Esri) located at 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373. 3. Description of Supplies or Services: VA, Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Policy and Services (10P) requires a Geospatial Information System (GIS) Healthcare Enterprise Service and Support (GHESS) Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) that will provide various Esri ArcGIS software, cloud services, data, and support services in order to support the goal of creating a GIS shared services platform across multiple disparate offices of 10P. The offices of 10P include Policy and Planning, Informatics and Analytics, Public Health, Office of Health Information, Patient Care Services, Research and Development, Intergovernmental Affairs, and Ethics. This will enable multiple offices that are responsible for planning healthcare initiatives, as well as policy makers, access to a uniform platform that is non-variable by providing a consistent infrastructure for geo-spatial data development, analysis, cartographic products and access to web services. This enables VA to focus policies and planning to increase access for Veterans, especially those geographically dispersed from VA medical centers and clinics. Esri has the only Geospatial Information System software that has the enterprise capabilities needed to support this level of activity and to allow those with the expertise to participate in this type of analysis. With the GHESS ELA, VA will have an unlimited user license to deploy and share software and cloud services. Software and cloud services include the ArcGIS software suite of products such as ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Online for Organizations Account, ArcGIS Online for Organizations Users, ArcGIS Online for Organizations Credits, Software Media Kit, and Community Analyst. Additional services include Esri's Enterprise Advantage Program, Right to Call Staff support, Home Use Program, and Street-Map Premium Advanced, US Data Only, Navteq version subscription. Furthermore, 10P offices will have access to two software as a service portals capable of supporting simultaneous users and a portal maintained on Planning Systems Support Group (PSSG) servers, Tier 2 helpdesk support, and all training offered through Esri's online training library. An option for an additional copy of StreetMap mapping data is also included. Once exercised, this data shall be supported for the duration of the contract, including options. The period of performance shall be November 1, 2015 through October 31, 2016, plus four 12-month option years for continued use and maintenance of GHESS ELA products, if exercised. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 41 U.S.C.3304(a)(1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: VA has one of the largest patient and non-patient record data sets in the United States. The offices of 10P require tools that enable their staff members the ability to analyze and extract meaningful information from these extremely large data sets. Only Esri's products are capable of handling this vast amount of data. There is no other GIS Product that can process and analyze the vast amounts of data required, and has sufficient support in place to ensure VA has the required support and software reliability. Any other similar product would encounter severe performance degradation and software unavailability and downtime as it processes and analyzes this large amount of data. This extensive amount of data includes the entire enrollee and non-enrollee population, which is about 4 gigabits of data per copy. VA also has latitude and longitude data for Veteran drive time analysis. Only Esri's products can process and analyze this amount of data with location allocation or similar techniques. The location allocation technique is a VA requirement that utilizes algorithms used primarily in a GIS system and allows VA to determine an optimal location for one or more facilities that will service demand for a given set of Veteran data points. PSSG utilizes this technique to determine Veterans population with types of care needed or other specific needs within VA centers of care. This technique allows VA to utilize Veteran population and density data in planning efforts of placing sites of care. For instance, VA can identify a certain area to place a care center at a specific location based on the number of Veterans in that area. This allows planners to service the most Veterans possible with clinical access. Without this required functionality which only Esri offers, VA would not be able to strategically place sites of care and provide efficient and effective healthcare to Veterans. The cornerstone of the GHESS ELA is the unlimited enterprise user license agreement which will grant PSSG the right to deploy and share the products listed in the product description for this effort during the term of the ELA to other 10P offices which are also responsible for planning care initiatives, as well as grant policy makers access to a mutual platform that is non-variable by providing a consistent infrastructure for geo-spatial data development, analysis, cartographic products and access to web services to best access data critical to plan for the needs of Veterans. No other GIS software manufacturer offers an enterprise license that enables a shared services platform allowing ArcGIS software products to be hosted within the VA network (on premise). Hosting within the VA network will allow 10P to effectively manage and enforce consistent policies across 10P offices, to conform data use and its integrity and also ensure data security. In addition, Esri's GIS software is the only software that has the ability to conduct geospatial analytics that will enable 10P users to detect patterns, access trends, generate geographic interactive maps and conduct geo-spatial analytics to conduct deep analysis, create data visualization through maps, and make sound decisions based on trusted concurrent data with ability to share these results among 10P users. These are VA functional requirements that no other GIS software can provide. Additionally, Esri's suite of product licenses and maintenance support provides a solution that is compatible with the existing VA infrastructure and is embedded within current VA business systems. Currently, VA's GIS infrastructure is based solely upon Esri products, and the entire infrastructure that surrounds the Esri solution has been built to be interoperable with Esri's suite of products, as discussed further below in this justification. It has taken the PSSG appropriately 15 years to build and develop this current Esri-based infrastructure which is continually expanding. VA has built customized tools, scripts, and processes that would have to be re-engineered to be utilized on a non-Esri solution. No other product can work in this environment and communicate with the existing infrastructure. If any other product were utilized, VA would be unable to utilize many years of embedded regional and national workflow data, and would have to rebuild its current GIS enterprise environment to accommodate new and non-proprietary software. Any other product would cause VA to lose interoperability, as Esri is the only GIS software that interoperates with Microsoft Office and other products to perform the geospatial analysis as required by VA, such as location allocation techniques. PSSG's platform must integrate with Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft software products. This solution leverages the Microsoft Windows platform to provide the infrastructure for geospatial data processing and storage. This is seamless to the end user, but enables them to have a central, secure location for accessing, designing, managing, and sharing geospatial information without requiring additional processing, storage and network infrastructure. In addition, ArcGIS interfaces with various Microsoft products such as Microsoft Office and Microsoft SharePoint as well as Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL),, which accommodates large increases of data and users which enables PSSG to easily and more cost-effectively grow our enterprise system and web applications. No other source provides this same interoperability with Microsoft products. The PSSG, through the use of Esri's GIS solution, has developed a prototype Enrollee Drive Time Processor (EDTP) tool that is unique to the industry. The EDTP tool is used to serve over 8 million enrolled Veterans and over 1100 facilities for defining optimum routes to facilities with proper care. This tool uses a geocoding process to identify addresses which can then be used by the Esri's ArcGIS analysis tools for determining best routes and other pertinent information. No other vendor in the market place currently supports the EDTP tool since it was based upon Esri's proprietary ArcGIS suite of products. Switching to another vendor's GIS software would render the EDTP tool inoperable. Furthermore, if another source was available, the entire GIS platform would have to be re-built from multiple different suppliers. The platform would have to be coded and scripted and a new portal would have to be created. PSSG would also require a new GIS Services contract to re-write code and scripts so new infrastructure would work across multiple vendor products. No other source other than Esri can provide the aforementioned services due to proprietary constraints. Specifically, any other source would need access to Esri's proprietary data in order to ensure that the services provided are properly configured and patched through. This code ensures that the services provided will allow the ESRI products to remain fully operational and work in the current Esri based environment. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in the market research section of this document. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements. There is no competition anticipated for this acquisition. Additionally, the proposed action will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities Page in accordance with FAR 5.201. Any proposals that are received shall be evaluated. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: The Government will continue to conduct market research to ascertain if there are changes in the marketplace that would enable future actions to be competed. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts have performed market research from March through September 2015 by conducting internet queries to determine availability of the required products and support services. Market Research included companies that could provide Vector based analysis, work within MicrosoftOffice Suite Products, and with Python scripting. It also included companies that could work with the current GIS tools created specifically for PSSG's unique needs. All other GIS software products on the market are either limited in products/services selection, have limited spatial analytic capabilities, and/or are limited by a less integrated shared services platform as explained below. Imagine software is cartographic software, but it fails to meet all of VA's requirements as outlined above. Specifically, it does not perform vector-based geospatial analysis through points, lines, and polygons with no focus on imagery. It does not allow for Python scripting, and does not work with Microsoft products. For example, the software fails to work with SQL and the user cannot download an analysis into Excel or any other similar format that VA is capable of utilizing. It also does not meet VA's interoperability requirements with the existing ArcGIS infrastructure. Hexagon software is cartographic software, but it also fails to meet all of VA's requirements as outlined above. It does not handle vector-based geospatial analysis through points, lines, and polygons with no focus on imagery or allow for Python scripting. Its target customer is for remote sensing capabilities such as imagery analysis. The software focuses more on the size, latitude, and longitude of buildings to support unmanned technologies and drone activity. It also does not meet VA's interoperability requirements with the existing ArcGIS infrastructure. Maptitude Mapping Software performs similar functionality; however, it is limited in only polygon format when shape files are needed and does not meet all of VA's requirements as outlined above. This software has limited layer availability while VA needs a living atlas that is built with content contributed by organizations around the world through the Community Maps Program. This software cannot handle the large data sets that the VA requires from a vendor. This software is not integrateable with the already functioning platform in PSSG which would require downloads of Esri products to use. It also does not meet VA's interoperability requirements with the existing ArcGIS infrastructure. Esri was the only company found that provided the exact services required by the PSSG. No other companies were found that could support/offer the services and the support required to work with the VA large data sets, existing computer scripting, and offer an enterprise license. 9. Other Facts: The software and vendor requested represent the industry standard in geographic information systems GIS software. This software is central to the body of knowledge of all professional geographers, including those employed by Veterans Affairs. Esri's ArcGIS suite of products is used by federal, state, and local governments as well as the private sector; this software serves all industries that have a geographic analysis component. The operational impact if an award is not made as requested, is an adverse impact on many key VHA program offices and their associated programs. These programs include the VA Enrollee Health Care Projection Model, the VHA Health Care Planning Model, the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health GIS Planning Portal that serves VHA's Veterans Integrated Service Networks and facilities, the seven VHA/10P GIS Healthcare Enterprise Support and Services program offices, ad-hoc inter-agency collaborations requiring geospatial analyses (e.g. VHA collaborates with Department of Defense and Indian Health Service), and most importantly, GHESS supports Section 101 of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act (VACAA) of 2014. GHESS VACAA support leverages robust geoprocessing tools that are unique to Esri's ArcGIS suite of products such as Network Analyst and Spatial Analyst extensions to provide driving distance calculations to nearest site of care for 9+ million enrollees.

R--KLAS Health Delivery Market Research

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published April 13, 2016
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Pre-Solicitation Notice - VA118-16-Q-1128 Sole Source to KLAS Enterprises, LLC Introduction: This is a Pre-Solicitation notice to announce that Department of Veteran Affairs intends to award a sole source contract in accordance (FAR) 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements" to KLAS Enterprises, LLC (KLAS). The proposed action is to provide a subscription membership consisting of access to KLAS's Performance Database, Software, Services, and Equipment, Report webinars, Best in KLAS Specialty Reports, all published Specialty Reports, and a quarterly KLAS Analyst Call. This subscription membership will allow VA's Chief Information Officer (CIO) access to information technology (IT) research data and analysis and provide for engagement with leaders regarding changing and evolving IT trends, technologies, and organizational constructs related the healthcare systems. Services including in-depth onsite consultations are also required. The proposed order will provide VA Office of Information and Technology with membership from April 22, 2016 through October 21, 2016 followed by one six-month option. While other firms have the ability to provide similar membership and market research data services, only KLAS can provide healthcare IT marketplace data pulled from a wide swath of healthcare professionals and healthcare IT firms. None of the other firms reviewed have performed the type of research nor do they possess the healthcare IT data that the Government requires. The Government's technical experts estimate that it would take approximately 180 days to gather the raw data material (based on interviews and queries) and to input the data electronically in a format that is accessible and usable to VA. VA requires access to the required information by April 22, 2016 to support CIO strategic objectives. Based on this market research, the Government's technical experts have determined that KLAS is the only source that can meet the Government's requirements by April 22, 2016. See the attached product description.

60--TAC-16-29317 R4 - N4 - STA 646 - Dark Fiber

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published February 4, 2016
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JUSTIFICIATION FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, New Jersey 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is for a firm-fixed-price contract, issued on a sole source basis for continued use of existing dark fiber optic connections between buildings located throughout the Pittsburgh Healthcare System. The existing dark fiber network supporting information technology system communications across the Pittsburgh Health Care System is owned, managed and maintained by DQE Communications located at 411 Seventh Ave 15th floor, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA) 15219. 3. Description of the Supplies or Services: VA, Office of Information and Technology, Service Delivery and Engineering, Field Operations Region 4, in support of the Pittsburgh Healthcare System has a requirement for the renewal of existing fiber optic network services between all locations of the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, the Veterans Integrated Service Network 4 Office, and VA Pittsburgh Human Engineering Research Laboratory. The period of performance shall be 12 months from February 1, 2016 through January 31, 2017 followed by three 12-month option periods. 4. Authority: The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 41 U.S.C. 3304(a)(1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: As detailed in section 8 below, DQE Communications owns the current dark fiber infrastructure installed and connected to VA locations throughout the Pittsburgh Healthcare System. This infrastructure is critical for connectivity to the current information technology systems supporting Pittsburgh Health Care System locations. All locations depend on extensive computing and Internet-based services and connectivity to systems and technologies to maintain current business operations as well as provide support of the medical treatment of Veterans served at VA facilities throughout the greater Pittsburgh metropolitan area. DQE Communications already owns the dark fiber that is in place for a private network that is more than 600 times faster than a typical T1 data connection. DQE Communications has previous designed, constructed and tested the dark fiber network between the Pittsburgh Health Care System locations to support at least 10 Gigabyte bandwidth and data throughput. DQE Communications has already obtained the necessary agreements to use poles. to maintain its current fiber cable infrastructure throughout the city of Pittsburgh. The VA does not own any of the existing fiber networks. Any other contractor that could supply the required fiber would be required to provide fiber optic connection from their distribution points to the main demarcation locations throughout the Pittsburgh Healthcare System. Market Research revealed that this will require significant effort which includes running miles of fiber cable overhead and underground. Based on potential construction requirements and market research, it is highly unlikely that any other source can provide the required dark fiber network services and connectivity by the required date of February 1, 2016 and would result in an interruption of current connectivity between locations throughout the Pittsburgh Health Care System. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in section 8 of this Justification. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements. There is no competition anticipated for this acquisition. The proposed action described herein will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities Page as a combined synopsis and solicitation in accordance with FAR 12.603 and FAR 5.203. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: In order to remove or overcome barriers to competition in future acquisitions for this requirement, VA will perform additional market research so that other sources and associated solutions can be considered. 8. Market Research: In October 2015, the Government's technical experts conducted market research. The market research included contacting the two primary General Services Administration (GSA) Networx vendors (AT&T and CentruryLink) to see if they provide these services under their current GSA Networx contracts. Both vendors said they are unable to provide the required fiber network services. Additionally, VA technical experts researched via an internet Google search to identify dark fiber providers in the Pittsburgh area. This search identified two other sources other than DQE Communications, the current provider. The first of the two providers is the Zayo Group, who was contacted via email to their sales group. Their response advised they did not own any dark fiber networks in the Pittsburgh area and would not be capable of meeting the requirements for this effort.. The second dark fiber provider contacted was Sunesys, who indicated they do have a dark fiber network in place but would need to install fiber cable to all of the Pittsburgh Health Care system locations identified to connect to their network. Sunesys has stated that they will need a minimum of 90 days from contract award to get the new network in place to initiate services. Accordingly, Sunesys cannot put the required dark fiber infrastructure in place by the required date of February 1, 2016 to preclude a break in service. DQE Communications' network covers thousands of miles in the 9-county region serving the greater Pittsburgh area. DQE Communications' existing self-healing, fiber optic, ring-based architecture offers superior redundancy in support of Pittsburgh Health Care System requirements. In the event of a failure, the network automatically detects and redirects the network to available fiber connections to ensure continuous service. Using the DQE Communications' dark fiber network enables users to transmit extraordinary amounts of critical data, video and telephony traffic between facilities, and provides cost-effective transport to the Internet. Based on this market research, it was determined that only DQE Communications can meet all of the Government's requirements because they are the only source in the Pittsburgh area having existing dark fiber infrastructure currently in place and would not require any additional installation or construction to provide service without the disruption of existing business and medical treatment operations across Pittsburgh Health Care System locations. 9. Other Facts: None.

R--VPS Performance Management and Control, Thermal Paper Support, and NSOC Remediation - NEW

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published August 3, 2016
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Veterans Point of Service Performance Management and Control Services, Thermal Paper Support, and National Security Operations Center Remediation Hardware for Kiosks - On August 3, 2016 the Technology Acquisition Center-NJ (TAC-NJ) awarded Contract VA118-16-C-1203 to Liberty IT Solutions for Veterans Point of Service (VPS) Performance Management and Control Services (PM&C), Thermal Paper Support, and National Security Operations Center Remediation Hardware for Kiosks for the VPS VetLink System. Part of the VPS mission is to provide stand-alone devices (e.g., kiosks, tablets, and mobile devices) to clinics within Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs) that empower Veteran patients to easily and efficiently perform a variety of clinical and business transactions related to their healthcare services and management through a self-service model such as clinic check-in. Continuity of PM&C support and supplies are required to ensure that the VetLink kiosks remain available and operational to VAMC staff and Veterans. The period of performance is August 3, 2016 through August 2, 2017 with one, 6-month option periods. The total dollar value is $12,892,108.76. The obligated dollar amount at time of award is $8,923,528.01. (Contracting Specialist - Keiahna Brewer, Contracting Officer - Iris Farrell).

D--Three month extension to .NET Development Services Contract TAC-16-26753

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published October 8, 2015
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JUSTIFICATION FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is for a sole source time-and-materials contract for .NET software development services with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). 3. Description of Supplies or Services: The proposed action is for .NET software development services which will provide developer/architect expertise to perform system development life cycle tasks in the development of Microsoft .NET web-based applications. The Financial Services Center (FSC) is a franchise fund site operated under the Government Management Reform Act, P.L. 103-356. Consequently, FSC receives no federally appropriated funding and is thus required to provide FSC services to customers on a fee for service basis. As such, FSC provides financial services within VA, as well as to other Government agencies (OGAs). In order to meet the requirements of both internal VA and external OGA customers, FSC develops applications using the Microsoft .NET framework. Under the proposed action, the Contractor shall provide labor and supervision in order to perform the tasks required to maintain FSC's over 200 custom developed applications. The Contractor also must meet requirements for continued custom development efforts in order for FSC to meet their mission. The primary tasks are planning/design; analysis; development; testing; implementation; and maintenance. Microsoft .Net development projects will be assigned as each FSC service request is approved. The Government estimates an initial need for 5,123 intermediate level software analysts/developer hours and 8,312 senior level software analysts/developer hours to meet the requirements of FSC Information Technology Service, Product Development Division. These development services support multiple FSC healthcare claims processing business lines to include dialysis claims, Camp Lejeune family member medical claims, and VA's Accelerated Access to Care Initiative. The Accelerated Access to Care Initiative supports overflow of claims, involving the processing of claims to non-VA care providers to reduce wait time for Veterans' care. Failure to maintain and implement new releases for these applications will result in delayed and/or erroneous claim adjudication and payment processing for Veteran healthcare service providers. Healthcare service providers who are not paid timely and accurately for their services may cease providing service to Veterans, resulting in longer wait times for Veterans to receive care through VA or another non-VA care provider. In addition, these development services support FSC's core financial business lines, which support all organizations in VA. These services include financial reports and accounting services, commercial payments, travel services, auditing service, electronic data interchange services, data analytics services, and payroll services. Information Technology (IT) software development is critical to maintain and enhance applications depended upon by FSC to provide these core services. The period of performance (POP) will be two months from date of award, with four, 1-month option periods. The total estimated value of the proposed action is inclusive of options. The subject contract action will provide required services until General Services Administration's (GSA) contract is awarded to avoid a lapse in service and will allow for a transition period to the new contractor. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 41 U.S.C.3304(a)(1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: The proposed source for this action is CSC, P.O. Box 8500-S-4610, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19178-4610. VA previously entered into an Interagency Agreement (IA) with the Department of Interior (DOI) for the required services. DOI awarded a contract to CSC with a POP that was to conclude on April 1, 2015, after which the requirement would be satisfied under IA number VA118-14-IA-X-0006-0010 with General Services Administration (GSA). GSA awarded the new competitive contract in February 2015 for this effort; however, this new contract was under a Government Accountability Office (GAO) award protest. On March 23, 2015, the GAO protest was dismissed with a stipulation that GSA complete an investigation on three separate Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI) allegations. GSA was required to make a determination on each OCI allegation and report back to GAO. As a result, GSA has performed in-person interviews; however, more questions have arisen as a result of the interviews. Each OCI investigation is very extensive and has taken a significant amount of time. GSA completed their second round of in-person interviews, which were scheduled to end in July, but continued on through August. As a result of the GAO protest, a 6-month extension to option year three, in accordance with FAR 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services, under DOI, task order number D11PD18825 was awarded and will expire on September 30, 2015. GSA submitted their report to GAO and GAO decided in favor of the awardee. As a result, the 10 day window for subsequent protests has started on September 8, 2015 and closes on September 18, 2015 during which all parties may file subsequent protests. Failure to maintain and enhance applications supported by this .Net development services contract will result in delayed and/or erroneous claim adjudication and payment processing to Veteran healthcare service providers. Healthcare service providers who are not paid timely and accurately for their services may cease providing service to Veterans, resulting in longer wait times for Veterans to receive care through VA or another non-VA care provider. In addition, FSC's core financial services (cited in Section 3 above) would risk interruption and delays if these development services are not provided. For example, interruption of development services could result in VA employees not being paid timely and/or accurately if applications used to support FSC's payroll help desk are not functioning. FSC has no in house resources that can perform .Net development tasks required to maintain the systems. If this sole source contract is not awarded, VA's intragovernmental payment processing system provided as an accounting service by the FSC would not be supported, resulting in the thousands of monthly payments and collections between VA and non-VA organizations going unprocessed. This can result in a significant budget impact to VA, as collections against OGAs would not process timely. In addition, this could result in critical services, such as facility leases (provided by GSA) and security guard services (provided by Department of Homeland Security) being terminated or accruing penalties due to lack of timely payment by VA. FSC's mission is to provide accurate, timely, customer-oriented financial services, which cannot be accomplished without development services. A 2-month bridge contract, with options, will allow for the transition period from the incumbent contractor to the new contract awardee. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in the market research section of this document. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements within the required timeframe. Additionally, the proposed action will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website in accordance with FAR 5.201. Any proposals that are received shall be evaluated. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: GSA awarded a competitive contract on February 25, 2015 through the Federal Supply Schedule 70. This award was protested at GAO and GAO decided in favor of the awardee. As a result, the 10 day window for subsequent protests has started. Once the GSA awarded contract's period of performance ends, all future actions will be competed and awarded by the Technology Acquisition Center. 8. Market Research: In accordance with FAR, 10.002 (Procedures), VA's technical experts conducted market research in July 2015 for the procurement of .NET Software development services. The market research consisted of a review of GSA Schedule 70 and internet queries for software development service companies. There are a wide range of providers on GSA schedule 70, which provide commercial healthcare claims support services. While this research identified potential sources that could fulfill these requirements, the nature of the .NET development work would not make it possible for another contractor to succeed in providing services without a transition period. To this point, the Government has concluded that replacing the current contractor, CSC, would be impossible due to a two month POP and the knowledge transfer required to ensure the new vendor can successfully review and understand the current .Net coding in place, successfully maintain the code, and successfully develop new code that is compatible with existing .NET coding framework utilized at the FSC. A review of the published labor rates on GSA's website determined the current contractor's rates are competitive. 9. Other Facts: None.

D--DaVINCI Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published August 23, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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This is a combined Synopsis/Solicitation for Commercial services in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested. This solicitation is issued as a Request for Proposal (RFP); the solicitation number is VA118-16-R-1212 (see attached document: Synopsis_Solicitation_VA118-16-R-1212). Type of Contract: Firm Fixed Price The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations, Technology Acquisition Center, located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ, intends to issue a full and open solicitation for a Joint Incentive Funded (JIF) joint venture project known as DOD and VA Infrastructure for Clinical Intelligence (DaVINCI). The goal of DaVINCI is to increase DOD-VA data integration for interagency collaboration establish the governance process for healthcare operations and research, develop a technical solution to access and use DaVINCI data, identify opportunities to test computing performance and leverage the integrated platform, and enterprise deployment and sustainment planning in support of the Joint Strategic Plan and each agency's healthcare and benefits missions. The DaVINCI program will deliver a powerful new capability to analyze combined DOD and VA health-care data. It addresses problems of inefficient, piecemeal approaches to sharing and analyzing data. DaVINCI deploys and evaluates solutions for governance, data integration, data security, analysis, and supercomputing to provide a solid foundation for integrated clinical and business intelligence platforms. By allowing a more complete read-only view into a beneficiary's records, DaVINCI can facilitate improved coordination patients care needs and accelerated disability evaluations. By allowing more rapid analysis of many beneficiaries' longitudinal records, this program can facilitate more accurate and efficient screening for syndromes such as traumatic brain injury and planning for joint activities such as inter-agency resource balancing of specialty-care. Based on market research conducted by the Government there is not a reasonable expectation that two or more capable Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses/Veteran-Owned Small Businesses will submit a proposal. Accordingly, this acquisition is solicited under Full and Open Competition. VA anticipates adequate competition for this commercial acquisition. This notice does not in itself represent the issuance of a formal request for proposal/quote and is not intended to be taken as such. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 541512. This solicitation shall close on September 2, 2016 at 3:00pm EST. Questions shall be submitted to Joanne DeFazio, Contract Specialist, at Joanne.Defazio@va.gov, and Contracting Officer, Juan Quinones, at Juan.Quinones@va.gov, no later than 12:00pm EST on August 26, 2016 with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-16-R-1212. The Points of Contact (POCs) for this action are Joanne DeFazio, Contract Specialist, 732-440-9679 or Juan Quinones, Contracting Officer, 732-440-9714.

D--Brand name Extension Software Maintenance, Support, and Extended Warranty

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ 07724 intends to enter into a contract on the basis of other than full and open competition for the VA Northern Indiana Health Care System at the Fort Wayne Campus in Fort Wayne, IN for brand name Extension Engage software maintenance, extended warranty, and support. The TAC intends to award a sole source, firm-fixed price contract to Extension Healthcare, 1950 West Cook Road, Suite 101 Fort Wayne, Indiana (IN) 46818 on the basis of other than full and open competition pursuant to authority 41 U.S.C.3304(a)(1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." However, in accordance with FAR Part 5.207(c) (16) (ii), all responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by the agency. The period of performance for software maintenance, support, and the extended warranty shall be date of award through September 30, 2016 with four, 12-month option periods to be exercised at the Government's discretion. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 511210. The anticipated award date is January 19, 2016. This notice does not in itself represent the issuance of a formal request for proposal/quote and is not intended to be taken as such. This notification shall close on January 8, 2016. Questions/responses shall be submitted via e-mail to Contract Specialist, Keiahna Brewer, e-mail: Keiahna.Brewer@va.gov, with the synopsis number VA118-16-Q-0936 as the subject line. The Points of Contact (POCs) for this action are Keiahna Brewer, Contract Specialist, 732-440-9686 or Iris Farrell, Contracting Officer, 732-440-9661.

D--TAC-16-29317 R4 - N4 - STA 646 - Dark Fiber DQE Communications Dark Fiber Network Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published December 23, 2015
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This is a Synopsis for Commercial services in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) subpart 12.6 and subpart 5.207. This notice does not in itself represent the issuance of a formal request for proposal/quote and is not intended to be taken as such. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Acquisition Operations, Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ 07724 intends to award a firm-fixed-price contract, issued on a sole source basis for continued use of existing dark fiber optic connections between buildings located throughout the Pittsburgh Healthcare System. The existing dark fiber network supporting information technology system communications across the Pittsburgh Health Care System is owned, managed and maintained by DQE Communications located at 411 Seventh Ave 15th floor, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA) 15219. The period of performance shall be 12 months from February 1, 2016 through January 31, 2017 followed by three 12-month option periods. The Statutory Authority for this effort falls under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code for this effort is 517110 which has a small business size standard of 1,500 employees. The anticipated award date is January 15, 2016. This notification shall close on January 7, 2016. Questions/responses shall be submitted via e-mail to Contract Specialist, Dawn Eimont, dawn.eimont@va.gov with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-16-Q-0929. The Point of Contacts for this action is Dawn Eimont, dawn.eimont@va.gov and Charles W. Ross Charles.ross@va.gov, Contracting Officer.

D--GenISIS Platform LSF- Software Warranty and Maintenance Support for HPC

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published March 13, 2015
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JUSTIFICATION FOR AN EXCEPTION TO FAIR OPPORTUNITY 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, New Jersey 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is for a firm-fixed price delivery order issued under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) IV Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) for renewal of brand name International Business Machines (IBM) Platform Load Sharing Facility (LSF) software subscriptions and to provide support for a high performance computational cluster for VA Office of Information and Technology and the Million Veterans Program. The software supports the existing Genomic Information System for Integrative Science (GenISIS) computing infrastructure located at the VA Pittsburgh HealthCare System, used by VA research personnel to process and analyze Veteran genetic data to identify alternative healthcare treatment. 3. Description of Supplies or Services: The proposed license renewals will provide for the sustainment of the current IBM Platform LSF computing environment. The renewal of subscriptions and support for the LSF infrastructure will provide: o Access to new releases and versions of licensed IBM Platform LSF software o Receipt of eNotifications to alert when new releases and versions and new technical support information become available for licensed products o Cross-platform software technical support including Windows and Linux operating system o 24x7 online technical support including enhanced self-help and search capabilities o Voice support for new deployments, migration, and code-related questions o Problem resolution within two hours by phone for all "Severity 1" situations 24X7 IBM Platform LSF licenses simplify the entire computer cluster management process from the initial deployment to final production, thus significantly improving the time for cluster readiness. The automated provisioning, maintenance, and monitoring capabilities of this software enables productivity to the information technology administrators in assigning and managing computing tasks for all cluster components and assets and helps improve overall system performance while optimizing the resource utilization. The period of performance for this action shall be May 1, 2015 through April 30, 2016. The total estimated price of this proposed action is 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting an exception to fair opportunity is 41 U.S.C. 4106(c)(2) as implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 16.505(b)(2)(i)(B) entitled, "Only one awardee is capable of providing the supplies or services required at the level of quality required because the supplies or services ordered are unique or highly specialized." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: This is a brand name justification in support of FAR 11.105, Items Peculiar to One Manufacturer. VA already owns and utilizes IBM Platform LSF software subscriptions. By renewing the subscription and support for existing IBM Platform LSF licenses, the Government will be able to continue to support the computational computing cluster of the GenISIS infrastructure located at the VA Pittsburgh HealthCare System, 1010 Delafield Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15215. VA has already invested significant time and resources to implement IBM Platform LSF software in the GenISIS infrastructure. If VA chooses another software product it would require complete replacement of the existing IBM Platform LSF software. In order to replace the IBM Platform LSF software it would require a 6-month full time development effort that VA would have to procure at an estimated cost of $300,000. This would cause significant delays in having the cluster available to VA research personnel and costs associated with replacement of the current software would not be recovered through subsequent competitions based upon the estimated IBM Platform LSF software subscription and renewal price of $20,363.66 for this effort. The Government requires subscription renewal and support of the existing IBM Platform LSF software infrastructure because of the proprietary nature of the product, no other vendor other than IBM or an authorized reseller of IBM Platform LSF software can access the proprietary code to provide the support required. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in the market research section of this document. In accordance with FAR 5.301 and 16.505(b)(2)(ii)(D) the resulting contract award will not be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities Page as this Justification for an Exception to Fair Opportunity's estimated value is less than $150,000. This Justification for an Exception to Fair Opportunity will be posted on the NASA SEWP IV website with the solicitation. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: In order to remove or overcome barriers to competition in future acquisitions for this requirement, the Government will continue to perform market research to determine if there are any software products available that will enable future requirements to be competed. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts performed market research from November 2014 through December 2014 which included web searches, NASA SEWP request for market research and discussions with resellers. Vendors such as Adaptive Computing, PBS Works, and Bright Cluster were researched to determine if they were able to satisfy all of VA's requirements. Each vendor offers only a proprietary system that will only operate with their approved hardware and software platform. This market research indicated that only IBM Platform LSF or their authorized resellers would be capable of providing the annual software subscription renewal and support for the existing IBM Platform LSF solution. Only IBM Platform LSF certified software is compatible and can be integrated into the existing proprietary Platform system. Additional market research was conducted in January 2015 by the Contract Specialist utilizing the NASA SEWP IV GWAC Manufacturer Lookup tool that identified 35 prospective GWAC holders that are resellers of IBM Platform LSF software subscriptions and support that meet the requirements of this acquisition. 9. Other Facts: None.

R--CIS/ARK analytics/decision support system TAC-16-33669

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published April 25, 2016
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This is a combined Synopsis/Solicitation for Commercial services in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested. This solicitation is issued as a Request for Proposal (RFP); the solicitation number is VA118-16-R-1097 (see attached document: Synopsis_Solicitation_VA118-16-R-1097_1). Type of Contract: Firm Fixed Price The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations, Technology Acquisition Center, located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ, intends to issue a total small business set-aside solicitation for Clinical Information System/Anesthesia Record Keeping (CIS/ARK) Analytics/Decision Support Solution. The Contractor shall provide a solution that will use multiple VA data sources including Picis, Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture, Corporate Data Warehouse, Healthcare-Associated Infections and Influenza Surveillance System Data Warehouse and Regional Data Warehouse. This solution shall allow multiple user groups including clinicians and clinical and business analysts the ability to create reports, analyze data, and facilitate ongoing quality improvement efforts in addressing morbidity and mortality for surgical and critically ill patients and the optimization of efficiency within the Operating Room, Post Anesthesia Care Unit, and Intensive Care Unit and Intermediate ICU settings. The Contractor shall also provide training and help desk support services. VA anticipates adequate competition for this commercial acquisition. This notice does not in itself represent the issuance of a formal request for proposal/quote and is not intended to be taken as such. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 541512. This solicitation shall close on May 6, 2016 at 3:00pm EST. Questions shall be submitted to Joanne DeFazio, Contract Specialist, at Joanne.Defazio@va.gov, and Contracting Officer, Juan Quinones, at Juan.Quinones@va.gov, no later than 12:00pm EST on April 29, 2016 with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-16-R-1097. The Points of Contact (POCs) for this action are Joanne DeFazio, Contract Specialist, 732-440-9679 or Juan Quinones, Contracting Officer, 732-440-9714.

D--High Speed High Capacity Production Scanners Lease TAC-15-22842

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published October 2, 2015
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JUSTIFICATION FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed sole source action is for a firm-fixed-price contract for Imaging Business Machines, LLC (IBML) High Speed Scanners and related maintenance with Alvarez and Associates. 3. Description of Supplies or Services: The proposed action is for the purchase of two IBML scanners that are currently installed and used by the Financial Services Center (FSC) under a leasing agreement. In addition, FSC requires 12 months of maintenance to ensure these items remain operational. FSC provides financial services on a fee-for-service basis to VA and other government agencies (OGA). The period of performance is 12 months from date of award for maintenance. The total estimated value of the proposed action is . In order to provide services to their customers, FSC has the requirement to scan various types of hard copy documents, which include: a. Commercial Invoices: FSC processes over 1.1 million commercial payments for VA annually. 250 thousand invoices are received in hard copy format and scanned at the FSC. Of the 250 thousand, the majority of these invoices are for Veterans Health Administration and are related to ambulance services and utilities for VA medical centers (VAMC). FSC will be unable to pay these invoices, which will directly impact ambulance services received by Veterans and potentially result in the disruption of utility services relied upon by VAMCs. b. Camp Lejeune Family Medical Program: FSC scans over 12 thousand supporting documents in order to process over 2 thousand medical claims for the families of Veterans suffering from medical conditions associated with water contamination while stationed at Camp Lejeune. FSC would be unable to fulfill these claims processing services provided to Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Chief Business Office (CBO), jeopardizing the fulfillment of Public Law 112-154, which entitles these family members to have their healthcare claims reimbursed by VA. c. Commercial Canceled Checks: FSC receives 194 thousand hard copy documents from VA vendors and VHA staff in support of requests to trace payments issued to vendors. FSC is able to research and cancel 271 thousand payments annually, which returns funding to the VA obligation and allows our VA customers to reissue payment to the vendor. FSC would be unable to process payment cancelations, which would prevent VA organizations from reissuing payments to vendors that predominantly provide services in support of VHA and Veteran healthcare. d. Medical Claims for OGAs: FSC receives 661 thousand hard copy documents in order to process 418 thousand medical claims for the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement health Service's Corps and the Department of Health and Human Service Office of Refugee and Resettlement. FSC would be unable to fulfil our agreements with these agencies and the healthcare providers providing care to refugees and detainees would not be paid for their services. This would lead to a stoppage of medical care for refugees/detainees and lead to a negative public relations impact for VA. In addition, FSC would lose $3.3 million in annual revenue by not being able to fulfil the terms of our service agreement with these departments. e. Consolidated Patient Account Centers (CPAC) Records: FSC receives 3.9 million historical documents from VHA CPACs each year (Veteran explanation of benefits, waivers, write-offs, probates, bankruptcy documents). Per agreement with VHA CBO, FSC scans these documents, which enables CPAC staff to search electronic documents quickly and efficiently saving storage space and time. CPAC staff would have to store documents physically and physically search for paper records if FSC is unable to provide this service. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 41 U.S.C.3304(a)(1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: The proposed source for this action is Alvarez and Associates, 8601 Georgia Ave STE 510, Silver Spring, MD 20910. VA previously entered into an Interagency Agreement with the Department of Interior (DOI) for the required services. DOI awarded a contract to Alvarez and Associates on August 30, 2013 to lease the two scanners. FSC scans over 5.1 million documents annually, which consists of over 88 different document types. The current high speed scanners are integrated with the FSC's Optical Character Resolution software and FSC's electronic content management systems. As paper documents come into the FSC, they are first scanned into one of the IBML high speed scanners. Through the integration of Optical Character Recognition software and scanners, the images are converted from text to electronic searchable type. The data is then ready to be stored in the Electronic Content Management systems for processing. If FSC were to replace the existing high speed scanning equipment with different brand, model, or even identical model, approximately in installation, configuration, and labor costs would be incurred. In addition, 30 days would be required to install and configure new scanners, which would cause FSC operations to cease for 30 days resulting in the unacceptable impact mentioned in section 3 above. For market research purposes, the Government obtained a quote provided from in the amount of for the purchase, installation and maintenance of new scanners, The total cost to buy out the current lease from Alvarez including 12 months of maintenance is . Processing a sole-source procurement and buying out the current lease will yield approximately in savings when compared to the quote obtained from 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in section 8 of this justification. Additionally, the proposed action will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website in accordance with FAR 5.201. Any proposals that are received shall be evaluated. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: This is a one time buy out of the current lease agreement. In the future requirements for printer/scanners will be competed. 8. Market Research: VA's technical experts conducted market research on August 3, 2015 for the procurement of two IBML High Speed Scanners. The market research consisted of reviewing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V, Governmentwide Acquisition Contract Provider look up tool, which yielded six IBML resellers. However, IBML no longer sells the 4500 model scanner that is currently in use by FSC. The current high speed scanners are integrated with the FSC's Optical Character Recognition software and FSC's electronic content management systems. Buying out the current lease would be more advantageous to the Government, based on the reasonableness of the price to buy out the lease and the efficiencies that would be maintained with keeping the current equipment in place. Further, based on the quote provided by another vendor, FSC would save approximately by buying out the currently leased scanners. 9. Other Facts: None.

D--VISN 8 TELECARE RECORD MGR RENEWAL

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published October 1, 2015
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JUSTIFICATION FOR AN EXCEPTION TO FAIR OPPORTUNITY 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, New Jersey 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is for a firm-fixed price delivery order issued under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) limited to authorized resellers for TeleCare Record Manager (TRM) Plus and Veterans Health Gateway (VHG) Plus software license and support renewals for Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 8. 3. Description of the Supplies or Services: The proposed action will provide VISN 8 with continued use of its existing TRM Plus and VHG Plus software licenses and support, which are highly specialized software applications used by VISN 8 Telecare staff to provide telephone triage and informational services to Veterans, thereby allowing VA to comply with Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Directive 2007-033 for 24/7 access to medical advice. TRM Plus and VHG Plus are both provided and supported by Document Storage Solutions, Inc. (DSS). TRM Plus is a complete telephone liaison care management software solution that provides access to telephone treatment protocols to update and organize information from different categories of patient calls. VHG Plus is a clinical software application used by nurses who provide telephone triage services to Veterans. VHG Plus supports nurse clinical decision making by systematically assessing a Veteran's symptoms through the use of electronic algorithms with branching clinical logic, while providing reference health education information during the process. The proposed effort shall also provide for customer support during the 12-month period of performance. The total estimated price of this proposed action is . The period of performance is 12 months from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting an exception to fair opportunity is 41 U.S.C. 4106(c)(2) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 16.505(b)(2)(i)(B) entitled, "Only one awardee is capable of providing the supplies or services required at the level of quality required because the supplies or services ordered are unique or highly specialized." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: Based upon continued market research, as described in section 8 of this document, it is determined that limited competition is available among authorized resellers of DSS TRM Plus and VHG Plus software license and support renewals. TRM Software has been used within VISN 8 since 2001. TRM Software is an enhanced base-line commercial-off-the-shelf software product that VA information technology staff and VHA clinical staff have used to develop a custom VHA nursing telephone liaison care management system commonly referred to as the VHA Clinical Nursing Telephone Triage System. This telephone triage system provides clinical staff access to telephone treatment protocols that allow for the organization of patient information when patients make telephone calls into the medical facility. Patient information is organized into triage categories ranging from simple appointment to severe medical complaints. The system then updates the patient's information into a patient medical record. The telephone triage system has embedded knowledge base software known as VHG Plus that produces clinical recommendations for users to advise Veterans as to their current triage status over the telephone. The system allows users to create notes for registered and non-registered patients and has extensive reporting tools. Patients are able to call VISN 8 facilities and speak to VA representatives who are able to track and route calls for appropriate action while keeping a record of these contacts which are then stored within the patient's healthcare record through the existing Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA) and Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) graphical user interface system. Documentation is automatically created in the background during the triage process and saved as a triage encounter record. VHG Plus helps the nursing triage staff identify emergencies, and reduces unnecessary clinic visits. The VHG Plus software supports nurses' clinical decision making by systematically assessing a Veterans' symptoms, while also providing reference health information during the process. This information is then integrated with the patient's actual health record. VHG Plus is the clinical algorithm software used by the registered nurse to triage Veterans. VHG Plus creates the clinical encounter record. VHG Plus is embedded in the TRM Plus software and facilitates a record of the encounter in VistA. The telephone triage system discussed above provides the support described and also includes a series of VA designed business rules which vary by clinical department and are applied during each triage encounter. There are also national business rules incorporated into the TRM Plus Software. Business rules are developed nationally for the telephone triage product and apply to all VA medical facilities. After beta testing several years ago, it was determined that these products would be used nationally by VHA medical facilities. VHA has integrated this software into both its computer hardware and clinical software environments. The triage system is fully integrated into the VistA CPRS system utilizing the VHG Plus software. By continuing to utilize DSS Inc.'s brand name TRM Plus software, VA will achieve cost-savings by not having to beta test a new software solution, create a new telephone triage system using that software, and train the clinical staff on the new system. VA has many years invested in the fine-tuning of these software products to meet the current and ongoing architecture needs of VA. To work with another manufacturer's product to achieve the current level of sophistication of this software would require extensive rework and high level programing and system design expertise to customize and retrofit another software product to meet the needs currently met by the existing software products which have been used for the past 12 years. This would entail a project involving 6 to 10 dedicated full-time employees working over a 5-year span to complete development and deploy the software. During this time VISN 8 would be without needed software to handle the total call volumes in all sites estimated to be half a million calls per year. It is not cost effective to re-customize another manufacturer's product. Currently, a product does not exist that would interoperate in the current VistA and CPRS environments without considerable reconfiguration and testing, the costs of which would not be recovered through competition. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in the market research section of this document. Even though the Government is specifying brand name DSS software license and support renewals, competition is anticipated among authorized resellers that hold current NASA SEWP V GWACs. In accordance with FAR 5.301 and 16.505(b)(2)(ii)(D) the resulting contract award will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities Page within 14 days of award and this justification for an Exception to Fair Opportunity will be made publicly available. In addition, this Justification for an Exception to Fair Opportunity will be posted on the NASA SEWP V website with the solicitation. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: In order to remove or overcome barriers to competition in future acquisitions for the required DSS TRM Plus and VHG Plus software license and support renewals, the Government will continue to perform market research to determine if there are any storage arrays and/or maintenance providers available in the market place that will enable future requirements to be competed. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts have conducted research using internet searches looking for compatible electronic triage protocols that could be readily integrated with VistA and CPRS. It was determined that the dual products of TRM Plus and VHG Plus are uniquely able to conform to VA's specified healthcare requirements that permit full and seamless integration with VistA and CPRS without significant development, configuration and associated testing. As of May 2015, no other manufacturer exists that has products that can meet the Government's requirement of working fully with VistA and CPRS without significant development, configuration and testing duplicating what VA has already completed and invested as detailed paragraph 5 above. Additional market research was conducted by utilizing the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) V Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) Provider Lookup tool that identified multiple GWAC holders capable of providing TRM and VHG Plus software license renewals and support. 9. Other Facts: None.

D--Sybase Software Maintenance

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published July 30, 2015
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On July 30, 2015, the Technology Acquisition Center awarded Delivery Order VA118-15-F-0206 General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) Schedule 70 contract GS-35F-5212H with SAP National Security Services, Inc., 3809 West Chester Pike, Suite 200, Newtown Square, PA 19073. SAP National Security Services will be providing Sybase software maintenance. The period of performance shall be from August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016, with three option periods, if exercised, the total order value of $571,292.72. ? LIMITED-SOURCES JUSTIFICATION 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action limits competition for the award of a firm-fixed-price delivery order for brand name Sybase software maintenance support. The proposed effort will be awarded under the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Information Technology 70 contract GS-35F-5212H to SAP National Security Services, Inc., 3809 West Chester Pike, Suite 200, Newtown Square, PA 19073. 3. Description of the Supplies or Services: This effort will provide VA, Office of Information and Technology, Service Delivery and Engineering, Field Operations Region 6, in support of the Health Administration Center (HAC), with Sybase software maintenance renewals to include telephonic support, patches, and software updates for existing Sybase gateway mapper installations on four environments supporting HAC Chief Business Office Purchased Care (CBOPC). The Sybase software product is an industry standard mapping product that inspects inbound and outbound healthcare claims being processed to ensure compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). When claims are submitted to CBOPC, they electronically pass through the Sybase mapping software. If a claim passes the Sybase mapping functionality, it is accepted by the agency, and if not a rejection notice is returned to the submitter with reason for the rejection. Rejection follows industry standards for the HIPAA and Electronic Data Interchange guidelines to include, at a minimum, the rules for processing inbound and outbound claims. The period of performance for the software maintenance support shall be from August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016, plus three, 12-month option periods, if exercised. 4. Authority: This acquisition will be conducted under the authority of the Multiple-Award Schedule Program. The specific authority providing for a limted souce award is Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405-6(a)(1)(i)(B), "Only one source is capable of providing the supplies or services required at the level of quality required because the supplies or services are unique or highly specialized." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: This is a brand name justification in accordance with FAR Subpart 11.105, Items Peculiar to One Manufacturer. Based on market research, as described in Section 8 of this justification, only Sybase brand name software maintenance can provide the necessary support to meet VA's requirements. HAC previously acquired perpetual Sybase software licenses, which requires annual software maintenance to maintain the integrity of the product to ensure it operates correctly. To that end, the HAC CBOPC requires software maintenance support to provide all updates, patches, and documentation for its Sybase Mapping products. Additionally, the vendor must be able to provide telephonic helpdesk support to help users in resolving issues with the products or assistance in making the products operational. Sybase retains the proprietary rights over its software source code and the associated maintenance services. No other vendor, other than Sybase through an authorized reseller, is capable of providing the software maintenance or providing help desk support due to these proprietary restrictions. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in section 8 of this justification. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements. There is no competition anticipated for this acquisition. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: The Government will continue to conduct market research to ascertain if there are changes in the marketplace that would enable future actions to be competed. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts conducted market research during March 2015 by looking across the Internet for vendors advertising support for the Sybase products. Additionally, the Government's technical experts performed an internet search for similar software and maintenance services, and reviewed the websites for similar products, including EDIFECS and International Business Machines Sterling. Upon conclusion of the market research, the Government determined that while these products provide similar functionality, these brands don't offer Sybase software maintenance support. The costs associated with acquisition and implementation of new software similar to Sybase would not be recovered through competition as opposed to renewing the maintenance for the existing Sybase software. Further, Sybase has proprietary rights to the software licenses currently being used by CBOPC throughout its virtual infrastructure. The required software maintenance services must be compatible with the existing VA Sybase software licenses. Given that Sybase has proprietary rights, there are no other vendors that can provide the required software maintenance services. Only Sybase, through an authorized Sybase reseller, has the right to perform these maintenance services. Sybase's exclusive reseller to the Government for its software products and maintenance services is SAP National Security Services through GSA FSS 70 contract GS-35F-5212H. 9. Other Facts: None.

99--TAC-15-19128 GenISIS Hardware Refresh (SEWP)

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published July 31, 2015
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JUSTIFICATION FOR AN EXCEPTION TO FAIR OPPORTUNITY 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: The proposed action is to acquire brand name Network Appliance (NetApp) hardware upgrades, hardware support services, increased storage capacity, and annual software maintenance under a firm-fixed-price (FFP) delivery order issued under National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). 3. Description of the Supplies or Services: The required NetApp hardware refresh is in support of data analysis activities serving the users managing research and development project data within the Million Veterans Program (MVP) for the VA Veteran's Health Administration (VHA). This equipment is located at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, 1010 Delafield, Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15215. The MVP team currently uses NetApp storage products as its tier 2 storage infrastructure in support of Genomic Information System for Integrative Sciences (GenISIS), the scientific phase of the MVP project. Currently there are 1.5 petabytes of raw storage installed but it needs to be increased to 2.7 Petabytes in support of GenISIS. The need for this increase is due to the project having already analyzed over 200,000 genomic samples which utilize 75% of current disk space. In the next year VA plans to analyze an additional 200,000 samples and the current capacity cannot store this additional data. This procurement is for the upgrade of VA's controller, disk capacity, and the renewal of current NetApp maintenance which provides 24x7x365 on-call, four hour on-site support and annual software maintenance for the NetApp operating system and NetApp certified high speed controllers. The period of performance is 12 months from date of award. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting an exception to fair opportunity is Section 41 U.S.C. 4106(c)(2) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 16.505(b)(2)(i)(B), entitled "Only one awardee is capable of providing the supplies or services required at the level of quality required because the supplies or services ordered are unique or highly specialized". 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: This is a brand name justification in support of FAR 11.105, Items Peculiar to One Manufacturer. NetApp and its resellers are the only sources capable of providing the hardware upgrades, hardware support, increased storage capacity, and annual software maintenance for the entire infrastructure to function properly and securely. Only NetApp hardware, software, and support can meet VA's requirements due to the proprietary nature of the products. NetApp is the only hardware that can continue to build upon VA's existing tier 2 Netapp infrastructure. No other products are able to integrate with the currently installed Netapp storage infrastructure. Additionally, no other products are interoperable or compatible with the currently fielded Netapp infrastructure. Specifically, the current storage system communicates through a source code that is based on NetApp's proprietary On Tap Operating System. No other products can provide the increased storage and provide the support that integrates into VA's current environment without access to that source code. Existing NetApp hardware inventory includes existing ownership of 1.5 Petabytes of storage, appropriate licensing for the Netapp "On Tap Operating System" that manages the storage, and all the supporting peripherals that support this storage. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in section 8 of this document. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements. It was determined, however, that limited competition is viable among authorized resellers for NetApp products. In accordance with FAR 5.301 and 16.505(b)(2)(ii)(D), the award will be synopsized and the justification will be posted on the Federal Business Opportunities Page within 14 days after award and posted to NASA SEWP GWAC website along with the solicitation. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: The Government will continue to conduct market research to ascertain if there are changes in the marketplace that would enable future actions to be competed. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts conducted market research from November 2014 through January 2015, by reviewing similar products via vendor websites, NASA SEWP website, and consulting with resellers and manufacturers. Specifically, the Hewlett Packard 3PAR system was researched and was found that it could not work in the currently fielded NetApp enviroment. Market research revealed that only NetApp, or authorized NetApp resellers would be capable of providing the hardware support, increased storage capacity, and annual software maintenance necessary to provide the annual support and maintenance of the existing NetApp solution. The proprietary nature of the system requires NetApp products for the existing infrastructure to maintain interoperability to ensure proper operations of these mission critical systems. NetApp is required to perform key functions, such as system software updates, firmware updates, download configuration changes, while accessing system hardware and software components for any potential or actual problems. The software maintenance services also provide on-call and onsite support, bug fixes, patches, security updates, and upgrades to the Data OnTap Operating System, which is a NetApp proprietary operating system that manages the GenISIS storage infrastructure. Market research revealed that no other maintenance and support could meet the requirements. 9. Other Facts: None.

D--Vocera Hands-Free Voice/Textual Integration Communication System

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published September 1, 2016
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On August 31, 2016, the Technology Acquisition Center awarded Delivery Order VA118-16-F-1338 under the terms and conditions of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contract NNG15SD19B with Alvarez & Associates (Alvarez), located at 8251 Greensboro Drive Suite 230, Tysons Corner, VA 22102. Alvarez will be providing Vocera hardware, software licenses, maintenance, installation and training. The period of performance is August 31, 2016 through August 30, 2017, plus two years of extended warranty from date of installation, the total order value of $399,451.87. ? JUSTIFICATION FOR AN EXCEPTION TO FAIR OPPORTUNITY 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition Operations Technology Acquisition Center 23 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 2. Description of Action: This proposed action is for the award of a firm-fixed-price task order issued under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) for the procurement of brand name Vocera hardware, software licenses, maintenance, installation and training. 3. Description of the Supplies or Services: VA, Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) has a requirement for brand name Vocera hardware, software licenses, maintenance, installation and training. GCVHCS requires a solution for integrating the current nurse call and telephony systems with a hands-free portable communication system. The hands-free badges and smart devices must interface with the internal VA Wi-Fi network and be currently Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 140-2 compliant. Also, the system must have an approved Health Level Seven International bi-directional interface to be placed in either the active directory or the medical device operating unit. This will enable a direct line of communication with VA's Computerized Patient Record System. In order to maximize information security, the system requires acceptance of McAfee Anti-Virus software and Windows operating system patches. If a physical and/or virtual server is needed, it must run on at least Windows 2008 R2 operating system and utilize Structured Query Language 2012 R2. Delivery is required within 30 days of award. The period of performance for the standard warranty and Customer Care warranty shall be 2 years from date of installation. The Vocera Premier Support is 12 months from date of installation. Installation is required and shall be completed within 180 days of award. 4. Statutory Authority: The statutory authority permitting this exception to fair opportunity is 41 U.S.C. 4106(c)(2) as implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 16.505(b)(2)(i)(B), entitled "Only one awardee is capable of providing the supplies or services required at the level of quality required because the supplies or services ordered are unique or highly specialized." 5. Rationale Supporting Use of Authority Cited Above: Based on market research, as described in section eight of this justification, the Government has determined that limited competition is available for the required brand name Vocera products. Vocera products are the only products that satisfy VA's requirements, which includes the solution interfacing with the current physiological monitoring systems, the ability to transmit the waveforms from the monitors to a smart device or tablet, and the ability to send text messages through a secure forum that follows the Office of Information Technology and Office of Information Security standards and regulations. The Vocera B3000 hands-free badges and Symbol MC40-HC are FIPS140-2 compliant equipment allowing for the hardware to transmit data safely on the VA-supplied, wireless network. Additionally, the Vocera Clinical Workflow Engine, Clinical Analytics, telephony technology and Patient Monitoring Wave Form Connector have met the HL7 criteria permitting the applications to connect to the VA-network and transmit data to the connected servers. The GCVHCS utilizes both bedside and telemetry monitors in the inpatient wards. The required solution must also have the ability to transmit the waveforms from the monitors to a smart device or tablet. Concurrently, the technology must have the ability to send text messages through a secure forum that follows the Office of Information Technology and Office of Information Security standards and regulations. No other products meet these VA requirements, as noted in section eight of this document. 6. Efforts to Obtain Competition: Market research was conducted, details of which are in section eight of this justification. This effort did not yield any additional sources that can meet the Government's requirements. It was determined that limited competition is viable among authorized resellers for the required brand name Vocera products. In accordance with FAR 5.301 and 16.505(b)(2)(ii)(D), notice of award of this action will be synopsized and this justification will be made publicly available within 14 days of award on the Federal Business Opportunities Page. In accordance with FAR 16.505(a)(4)(iii)(A), this justification will be posted with the request for quotation on the NASA SEWP V GWAC website to notify all interested parties. 7. Actions to Increase Competition: In order to remove or overcome barriers to competition in future acquisitions for this requirement, the agency will work with the program office to continue to perform market research to consider and ascertain if any other sources can provide these services in the future. To accomplish this, VA will continue to review industry publications, commercial directories, Government source lists, contacts with other potential or Governmental customers to identify sources known to them. 8. Market Research: The Government's technical experts performed market research during March 2016 by reviewing similar sources to ascertain if alternate brands could meet VA's requirements. Specifically, the Government's technical experts conducted web-based research on web sites of vendors including Extension Healthcare and Cisco Systems Incorporated which provide similar type products. However, none of the products reviewed has the capability to provide all of the required functionality to include a telephony interface with landline phones, an interface with the physiological monitoring systems so the waveforms can be transmitted to a tablet remotely, and secure text messaging between users that meet the FIPS 140-2 guidelines for wireless systems. On June 22, 2016 the Contract Specialist contacted Vocera directly to determine if they had any authorized resellers on either NASA SEWP or General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules. Vocera stated that they currently have one authorized reseller on NASA SEWP. VA conducted additional market research for Vocera resellers through by using the Provider Lookup tool under the NASA SEWP V GWAC, which yielded one reseller of the Vocera products. The NASA SEWP V GWAC has a dynamic catalog where line items can be added based on customer requests; therefore, as long as the required item or service is within scope of the NASA SEWP V GWAC, items and services can be added to the catalog on a daily basis. Based on the results of the market research and NASA SEWP's dynamic catalog, limited competition is expected for this proposed action based upon the identification of brand name requirements. 9. Other Facts: None.

D--Bridge Contract With Integra

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Acquisition Operations (OAO), Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, New Jersey, intends to modify an existing to contract to maintain coverage for Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) services on the VA Region 1 Telecommunications Business Office (R1 TBO) Integra Telecom infrastructure. TAC intends to award a sole source, firm-fixed price modification to Integra Telecom, Inc. 18110 SE 34th Street, Building 1, Suite 100, Vancouver, Washington, 98683, pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." However, in accordance with FAR 5.207(c)(16)(ii), all responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by the agency. The period of performance is six month base period with two, 3-month option periods. The proposed modification is for LEC services to include plain old telephone service (POTS), Primary Rate Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) (PRI) service, Direct Inward Dialing (DID) numbers, Metro E-Service metropolitan-area Ethernet, or metro Ethernet network (MOE), Caller ID (name and number) feature (POTS Line and PRI Circuit (23B+D)), Call Wait feature, Voicemail feature, Call Hunting/Roll over feature, Primary inter-LATA (Local access and transport area) and Carrier (PIC/LPIC) provisioning. The Contractor shall provide telecommunication services at the facility 24 hours per day, seven days per week with maximum service availability currently being provided at the below listed facilities in the States of Arizona (AZ), Colorado (CO), Idaho (ID), Montana (MT), Nevada (NV), New Mexico (NM), Oregon (OR), Utah (UT), Washington (WA), and Wyoming (WY). Coverage and services shall be in place on October 1, 2015 with no interruptions to the circuits or services. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 57110. The service delivery points (SDP) are as follows: Phoenix Vet Center 77 E. Weldon Ave., Suite # 100 Phoenix AZ 85012 Phoenix NCO Office 777 E. Missouri Suite #300 Phoenix AZ 85014 Phoenix Vet Center 4020 N 20th Street Suite 110 Phoenix AZ 85016 VA Travel Corp 2141 E Camelback Rd Phoenix AZ 85016 Thunderbird CBOC 9624 N 25th Ave Phoenix AZ 85021 Anthem CBOC Anthem Medical Plaza, Bldg D, 3618 West Anthem Way Anthem AZ 85086 Casa Grande RHCC 1179 East Cottonwood Lane Casa Grande AZ 85112 Mesa Vet Center 1303 S Longmore, Suit 4 Mesa AZ 85202 Mesa CBOC 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 Mesa Network 18 Office 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 VISN 18 CLO Offices 4135 S. Power Road Suite 103 Mesa AZ 85212 Casa Grande CBOC 1876A E. Sabin Drive Casa Grande AZ 85222 Gilbert CBOC 3285 South Val Vista Drive Gilbert AZ 85295 VISN 18 Office 355 E. Germann RD Gilbert AZ 85297 Luke AFB 7219 N. Litchfield Rd Luke AFB AZ 85309 Buckeye Contract Clinic 1209 North Miller Road Buckeye AZ 85326 Yuma CBOC 301 West Catalina Drive Yuma AZ 85364 Yuma Vet Center 1450 E. 16th St., Suite 103 Yuma AZ 85365 North West Surprise CBOC 13985 W. Grand Avenue Surprise AZ 85374 North West Valley Vet Center 10450 N. 83rd Avenue Suite 160 Peoria AZ 85381 Globe CBOC 5860 South Hospital Dr., Suite 111 Globe AZ 85501 Payson Contract Clinic 903 E Highway 260 Payson AZ 85541 Safford CBOC 711 South 14th Ave. Safford AZ 85546 Safford CBOC 355 N. 8th Ave Safford AZ 85546 Green Valley CBOC 380 W. Hermosa Drive, 140 Green Valley AZ 85614 Sierra Vista CBOC 101 North Coronado Drive, Suite A Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Sierra Vista RHCC 157 North Coronado Drive, Suite B Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Tucson Vet Center 3055 North 1st Ave Tucson AZ 85719 Tucson North West CBOC 2945 West Ina Rd., Suite 221 Tucson AZ 85741 Tucson South East CBOC 7395 South Houghton Rd, Suite 129 Tucson AZ 85747 Show Low CBOC 5171 Cub Lake Road Suite C380 Show Low AZ 85901 Flagstaff CBOC 1300 West University Flagstaff AZ 86001 Bellemont CBOC Camp Navajo Army Depot, P.O. Box 16196 Bellemont AZ 86015 Hollbrook Rural Health Care Clinic 33 W Vista Holbrook AZ 86025 Hoytevilla Vet Center 1 Main st. Hotevilla AZ 86030 Page Rural Health Care Clinic 801 N. Navajo Page AZ 86040 Tuba City CBOC 167 North Main Street Tuba City AZ 86045 Prescott Contracting Office 325 W. Gurley St. Suite 202 Prescott AZ 86301 Crossings MH Extension Clinic 3623 Crossings Drive Prescott AZ 86305 Prescott Vet Center 3108 Stillwater Drive, Crossings Prescott AZ 86313 Prescott VA HBPC 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 101 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Prescott VA RMSL 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 111 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Cottonwood CBOC 501 S. Williard St. Cottonwood AZ 86326 Kingman CBOC 1726 Beverly Ave. Kingman AZ 86401 Lake Havasu CBOC 2035 Mesquite, Suite E Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Lake Havasu Vet Center 1720 Mesquite, Suite 101 Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Chinle Vet Center Navajo Route 7, Bldg. 59, P.O. Box 1934 Chinle AZ 86503 ECHCS Comm Resources and Referral Center 3030 Downing St. Denver CO 80005 ECHCS CU Affiliates 13001 E. 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 ECHCS Fitzsimons Bldg. 13529 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 Aurora Outpatient Clinic 13701 E. Mississippi Ave Suite #200 Aurora CO 80012 ECHCS Polytrauma CBOC 14400 E. Jewell Ave. Aurora CO 80012 Building A 13611 East Colfax Avenue Aurora CO 80111 RCS Western Mountain Regional Office 789 Sherman Street Suite 570 Denver CO 80203 ECHCS 820 Clermont Bldg. 820 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 ECHCS Denver VA OI&T 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 VA ECHCS Denver VA Medical Center 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 Homeless Domiciliary 7350 West Eastman Place Lakewood CO 80227 Denver Vet Center 7465 E. 1st Ave Suite B Denver CO 80230 Denver VA Mountain Towers 4100 E. Mississippi Ave., 11th Floor Glendale CO 80246 Boulder Vet Center 4999 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106 Boulder CO 80301 ECHCS RCS National Office 14142 Denver West Lakewood CO 80401 ECHCS Golden CBOC 1020 Johnson Rd Golden CO 80401 Fort Collins Outpatient Clinic 2509 Research Blvd. Fort Collins CO 80526 Fort Collins Vet center 702 W. Drake Bldg. C Fort Collins CO 80526 Greeley Outpatient Clinic 2001 70th Ave. Suite #200 Greeley CO 80631 Sterling Mobile Telehealth Clinic 100 College Dr. Sterling CO 80751 Burlington VA Outreach Clinic 1177 Rose Ave Burlington CO 80807 Colorado Springs Vet Center 602 South Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80903 Colorado Springs Clinic 25 N. Spruce Street Colorado Springs CO 80905 ECHCS Fontanero CBOC 320 E. Fontanero Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80907 ECHCS Pueblo NHCU 2600 Oakshire Land Pueblo CO 81001 Pueblo Vet Center 1515 Fortino Blvd., Suite 130 Pueblo CO 81008 Pueblo Outpatient Clinic 4776 Eagleridge Circle Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Pueblo CBOC 4112 Outlook Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Eagleridge CBOC 1062 Eagleridge Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 La Junta Outpatient Clinic 1100 Carson Street Suite 104 La Junta CO 81050 Lamar CBOC 1401 South Main Lamar CO 81052 ECHCS Lamar CBOC 2221 Wellness Way Lamar CO 81052 Alamosa CBOC 622 Del Sol Drive Alamosa CO 81101 Salida VA Telehealth Clinic 920 Rush Drive Salida CO 81201 Durango Contract Clinic 400 S. Camino Del Rio Durango CO 81301 Durango CCBOC 1970 East Third Avenue, Suite 102 Durango CO 81301 Montrose Outpatient Clinic 4 Hillcrest Plaza Way Montrose CO 81401 VA MEDICAL CENTER (OI&T) 2121 North Avenue Grand Junction CO 81501 Grand Junction Vet Center 2472 Patterson Road Unit 16 Grand Junction CO 81505 Contracting office 715 Horizon Dr Grand Junction CO 81506 Glenwood Springs VA Telehealth Clinic 2425 South Grand, Suite 101 Glenwood Springs CO 81601 Craig CBOC 785 Russell St. Craig CO 81625 VA Craig CBOC 551 Tucker Street Craig CO 81625 ECHCS Denver VA Staging Area DFC Bldg 53 - W6th Ave & Kipling St. Lakewood CO VA Pocatello Vet Center 1800 Garrett Way Pocatello ID 83201 VA Pocatello CBOC 444 Hospital Way Suite 801 Pocatello ID 83201 Not-Tsoo Gah-Nee Health Center MISSION RD & RTE 6 Ft. Hall ID 83203 Twins Falls CBOC 260 2nd Avenue East Twin Falls ID 83301 Idaho Falls, ID PCOTC 3530 E. 17th St. Suite 104 Idaho Falls ID 83406 Salmon Veterans CBOC 705 Lena Street Salmon ID 83467 Salmon Behavioral Health Clinic 111 Lillian St. #203 Salmon ID 83467 Lewiston CBOC 1630 23rd Avenue Bldg #2 Lewiston ID 83501 Caldwell CBOC 120 E Pine Caldwell ID 83605 Boise - Broadway OSBO 960 Broadway Ave Suite 460 Boise ID 83702 Boise HBPC 5540 W Franklin Boise ID 83702 Health Care for Homeless Vets 1276 River St Boise ID 83702 Boise Veterans Outreach Center 2424 W. Bank Dr. Boise ID 83705 Boise - Federal Way OSBO 1501 Federal Way Suite 100 Boise ID 83705 Boise - Warehouse 1287 Boeing St Boise ID 83705 Billings CBOC 1775 Spring Creek Lane Billings MT 59102 Billings Vet Center 2795 Enterprise Ave., Suite 1 Billings MT 59102 MAJESTIC LN CBOC BILLINGS MT 1766 MAJESTIC LN BILLINGS MT 59102 Billings CBOC Mental Health 2345 King Ave West Billings MT 59102 Miles City CBOC & NHCU 210 S. Winchester Miles City MT 59301 Glendive CBOC 2000 Montana Ave Glendive MT 59330 Great Falls Vet Center 615 2nd Ave North - 1st Floor Great Falls MT 59401 Great Falls CBOC 1417-9th Street South Suite 200 and 301 Great Falls MT 59405 Browning IHCS 5525 Haul Road Browning MT 59417 Cut Bank CBOC #8 2nd Ave SE Cut Bank MT 59427 Lewistown CBOC 629 NE Main Lewistown MT 59457 Havre CBOC 130 13th Street Suite 1 Havre MT 59501 Helena NAO 2905 No Montana Suite 108 Helena MT 59601 NCO 19 Helena 2905 No Montana Suite 107 Helena MT 59601 Helena NARU 40 West 14th Street Suite 300 Helena MT 59601 VA Montana Healthcare 3687 Veterans Drive Fort Harrison MT 59636 Butte - Radiology 8 West Park Suite 501 Butte MT 59701 Anaconda CBOC 118 E 7th Street Anaconda MT 59711 Bozeman CBOC 300 N Wilson Suite 703G Bozeman MT 59715 Missoula Vet Center 500 North Higgens, Suite 202 Missoula MT 59802 Missoula MT CBOC 2687 Palmer Street Suite C Missoula MT 59808 Hamilton CBOC 299 Fairgrounds Suite A Hamilton MT 59840 Kalispell CBOC 31 Three Mile Drive Suite 102 Kalispell MT 59901 Kalispell Vet Center 690 North Meridian Road, Suite 101 Kalispell MT 59901 VA Satellite Pharmacy Columbia Falls 400 Veterans Dr Columbia Falls MT 59912 Albuquerque Vet Center 1400 Mountain Road NW Albuquerque NM 87104 Northwest Metro Clinic 1760 Grande Blvd SE Rio Rancho NM 87124 Homeless Center 1217 First Street NW Albuquerque NM 87125 Gallup CBOC 320 Highway 564 Gallup NM 87301 Gallup Veterans Transition Center 513 South Williams, Building 15 Gallup NM 87301 Farmington CBOC 1001 W. Broadway, Suite C Farmington NM 87401 Farmington Vet Center 4521 East Main, Suite B Farmington NM 87402 Farmington CBOC 3605 English Rd. Farmington NM 87402 Santa Fe CBOC 2213 Brothers Road, Suite 600 Santa Fe NM 87505 Santa Fe Vet Center 2209 Brothers Rd Suite 110 Santa Fe NM 87505 Taos CBOC 1353 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur. Suite A Taos NM 87571 Las Vegas BPG Outpatient Clinic 624 University Ave. Las Vegas NM 87701 Raton CBOC 1275 South 2nd St. Raton NM 87740 Raton CBOC 1493 Whittier Street Raton NM 87740 Las Cruces Vet Center 230 South Waters St. Las Cruces NM 88001 Las Cruces CBOC 1635 Don Roser Las Cruces NM 88011 Silver City CBOC 2950 Leslie Road Silver City NM 88061 Clovis CBOC 921 Llano Estacada Clovis NM 88101 Artesia CBOC 1700 W. Main Str. Artesia NM 88210 Alamagordo Contract Clinic 3199 N White Sands Blvd. Stuite D9/D10 Alamogordo NM 88310 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 400 N STEPHANIE ST, SUITE 180 HENDERSON NV 89014 CCC AREA OFFICE 1399 GALLERIA DRIVE HENDERSON NV 89014 Henderson Clinic 2920 N Green Valley Pkwy. Suite 215 Henderson NV 89014 SOUTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 1020 S. BOULDER HIGHWAY HENDERSON NV 89015 LAUGHLIN CBOC 3650 S. POINT CIRCLE, BLDG D, SUITES 214-217 LAUGHLIN NV 89029 VA WAREHOUSE 1841 E. CRAIG RD NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89030 BUSINESS CENTER 2455 W. CHEYENNE AVE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY CENTER 3525 West Cheyenne Avenue NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 HRMS/FISCAL 1127 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89102 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 1501 ARVILLE ST LAS VEGAS NV 89102 SOUTHWEST CLINIC 3880 S. JONES BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89103 NORTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 4461 E. CHARLESTON BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89104 CENTRAL CLINIC 901 RANCHO LANE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 WEST CLINIC 630 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 EAST CLINIC 3131 LA CANADA STREET SUITE 140 LAS VEGAS NV 89109 SOUTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 7235 S. BUFFALO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89113 VA WAREHOUSE 5406 E EL CAMPO GRANDE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 VA HOSPITAL 6900 N. PECOS NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 DATA CENTER 4420 W. DIABLO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89118 VISN 22 SUPPORT CENTER 7201 WL LAKE MEADE BLVD SUITE 300 LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST CLINIC 2410 FIRE MESA STREET LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTH CLINIC SUITE# 916 W. OWENS AVE LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 3968 N. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89130 READJUSTMENT COUNSELING SERVICES 1919 S. JONES BLVD. SUITE A LAS VEGAS NV 89146 The Dalles CBOC 704 Veterans Drive The Dalles OR 97058 Metro South CBOC 1750 SW Blankenship Rd West Lynn OR 97068 North Coast CBOC 91400 Rilea, Neacoxie St. Building 7315 Warrenton OR 97146 CRRC (Veterans Homeless Center) 308 SW 1st Ave. Portland OR 97204 East CBOC 10535 NE Gilsan St Portland OR 97220 Portland Veterans Center 1505 NE 122nd Portland OR 97220 Salem CBOC 1660 Oak Street SE, Suite 100 Salem OR 97301 Salem Vet Center 2645 NE Portland Rd. Salem OR 97301 Eugene Federal Building 211 E 7th Avenue Eugene OR 97401 Eugene CBOC 100 River Ave Eugene OR 97404 Eugene Vet Center 1255 Pearl st Eugene OR 97404 Eugene CRSC 2400 River Rd Eugene OR 97404 Department of Veterans Affairs Roseburg 913 N.W. Garden Valley Roseburg OR 97471 Asante Bldg 2841 Ave G Suite 200 White City OR 97503 Grants Pass Vet Center 211 SE 10th ST Grants Pass OR 97526 Grants Pass VA Outreach Clinic 520 Ramsey Ct. Suite 102 Grants Pass OR 97526 Klamath Falls VA CBOC 2225 N. Eldorado Blvd. Klamath Falls OR 97601 Bend CBOC 2650 NE Courtney Drive Bend OR 97701 Burns Expansion Clinic 271 N. Egan St Burns OR 97720 Boardman Tele Health Port of Morrow, 2 Marine Dr., Suite 103 Boardman OR 97818 La Grande CBOC 202 12th Street La Grande OR 97850 VA Orem, UT CBOC 1443 W. 800 North Suite 440 N. Orem UT 84057 VISN 19 Contracting Office 515 E. 100 South Salt Lake City UT 84102 VASLCHCS - Geonomic Medicine Svc. 615 Arapeen Suite 210 Salt Lake City UT 84106 VA Salt Lake City Vet Center 22 W. Fireclay Ave. Murray UT 84107 VA Main Street Mental Health Clinic 2970 S. Main South Salt Lake UT 84115 VA Western Salt Lake CBOC 2750 S. 5600 West West Valley City UT 84120 VA Salt Lake City 500 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City UT 84148 VA Ogden CBOC 982 Chambers St. South Ogden UT 84403 VA Provo Vet Center 1807 North 1120 West Provo UT 84601 VA St. George Vet Center 1664 S. Dixie, Bldg C St. George UT 84770 VA St. George CBOC 230 N. 1680 E - Bldg N St. George UT 84770 Federal Way Vet Clinic 32020 32nd Ave S. Federal Way WA 98001 Federal Way Valor Clinic 34617 11th PL S. Federal Way WA 98003 Bellevue Valor CBOC 13033 Bellevue Redmond Rd. Suite 210 Bellevue WA 98005 Renton Offices for Homelessness 419 South 2nd Street, Suite 2 Renton WA 98057 VA HSR&D Met Park West 1100 Olive Way, Suite 1400 Seattle WA 98101 Seattle Vet Center 2030 9th Ave Seattle WA 98108 Fed Center South (PUG Fiscal, HR & Ethics) 4735 E. Marginal Way S. Seattle WA 98134 Fort Lawton Patient Lodging 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240, 1st Floor Rm C-1A Seattle WA 98199 Puget Sound Fort Lawton Campus 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240 Seattle WA 98199 Bellingham Vet Center 3800 Byron Ave. Bellingham WA 98229 Bremerton CBOC 925 Adele Ave. Bremerton WA 98312 Puget Sound Contracting Office 1495 Wilmington Dr Suite 360 Dupont WA 98327 Mobile Medical Unit 3 MMU Site: Seasons Motel, 200 Westlake Ave, Corner of HWY7 and HWY12 Morton WA 98356 Port Angeles CBOC 1005 Georgiana St. Port Angeles WA 98362 Lower Elwah CBOC 243511 W. Hwy 101 Port Angeles WA 98363 Tacoma Transition House 2 5101 E MCKINLEY AVE Tacoma WA 98404 Tacoma Transition House 3 7244 S SHERIDAN AVE Tacoma WA 98408 Tacoma Vet Center 4916 S. Center St. Tacoma WA 98409 Mobile Vet Center Stationed at Tacoma Vet Center: 4916 Center Street, Suite E Tacoma WA 98409 American Lake 9600 Veterans Drive Tacoma WA 98439 Tacoma Transition House 1 1502 S 85TH ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 5 9232 A ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 4 9004 NEWGROVE AVE SW Tacoma WA 98498 Mobile Medical Unit 1 MMU site: VFW Post 224 at 105 E, Heron St Aberdeen WA 98520 South Sound CBOC 151 NE Hampe Way Chehalis WA 98532 Vancouver Campus 1601 E Fourth Plain Boulevard Vancouver WA 98661 Vancouver Mall 5115 NE 82nd Ave Vancouver WA 98684 Yakima Vet Center 2119 W Lincoln Avenue Yakima WA 98901 Yakima Clinic 717 Fruitvale Boulevard Yakima WA 98902 Spokane Homeless Care for Homeless Vets 705 W. 2nd Ave Spokane WA 99201 Spokane Valley Vet Center 100 N. Mullan Rd Spokane WA 99206 Spokane VAMC Mayfair Extension 6002 N. Mayfair Rd Spokane WA 99208 Walla Walla VAMC 77 Wainwright Drive Walla Walla WA 99362 Walla Walla Vet Center 1104 West Poplar Walla Walla WA 99362 Lake City Valor Clinic 12360 Lake City Way, NE suite 200 Seattle WA 98125 Mobile Medical Unit 2 MMU Site: American Legion/VFW, 206 West Franklin Street Shelton WA Seattle Regional Counsel Office Jackson Federal Building, 915 2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98174 Cheyenne VAMC 2360 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 VAMC Off-Site Admin - local 3001 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 Laramie PCTOC (Public Health Building) 112 S. 5th Street Laramie WY 82070 Wheatland PCTOC 759 E COLE ST Wheatland WY 82201 Torrington PCTOC 925 West 25th Ave Torrington WY 82240 Cheyenne Vet Center 3219 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82301 Rawlins Primary Care Telehealth Outreach 416 W. Cedar Rawlins WY 82301 Rawlins VA Medical Clinic (CBOC) 1809 E. Daley Rawlins WY 82301 Powell VA Clinic 777 Avenue H Powell WY 82435 Riverton VA Clinic 2300 Rose Lane Riverton WY 82501 Casper VA Clinic 4140 S. Poplar St. Casper WY 82601 Casper Vet Center 1030 N. Poplar St. Suite B Casper WY 82601 Gillette VA Clinic 604 Express Drive Gillette WY 82718 Sheridan VA Medical Center 1898 Fort Road Sheridan WY 82801 Veterans Home of Wyoming 700 Veterans Lane Buffalo WY 82834 Rock Springs VA Clinic 1401 Gateway Blvd Rock Springs WY 82901 Evanston VA Clinic 1565 S Hwy 150 Suite E Evanston WY 82930 Afton VA Clinic 135 S Washington Afton WY 83110 This notification shall close on October 1, 2015. Questions/responses shall be submitted via e-mail to Contract Specialist, Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Contracting Officer, Brett Schwerin at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-15-C-0090 P00005. The Point of Contacts (POCs) for this action are Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Brett Schwerin, Contracting Officer, at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov.

D--Hawaiian Telecom Bridge Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Acquisition Operations (OAO), Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, New Jersey, intends to modify an existing to contract to maintain coverage for Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) services on the VA Region 1 Telecommunications Business Office (R1 TBO) Hawaiian Telcom Communications infrastructure. TAC intends to award a sole source, firm-fixed price modification to Hawaiian Telcom Communications Inc., 1177 Bishop Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." However, in accordance with FAR 5.207(c)(16)(ii), all responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by the agency. The period of performance is six month base period with two, 3-month option periods. This proposed modification is to obtain LEC services for the VA R1 TBO Hawaiian Telcom Communications infrastructure. These LEC services include plain old telephone service (POTS), Primary Rate Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) (PRI) service, Basic Rate ISDN (BRI) 2B+D Service, Direct Inward Dialing (DID) numbers, Enhanced Internet Protocol Data Service (EIPDS), Caller ID (name and number) feature (POTS Line and PRI Circuit (23B+D)), Three-Way Calling feature, Call Forward feature, Call Wait feature, Voicemail feature, Call Block feature, Call Hunting/Roll over feature, Call Redirect feature, Third Party Billing Block feature, Primary inter-LATA (Local access and transport area) Carrier (PIC/LPIC) provisioning, and Telephone Service Priority (TSP). The Contractor shall provide telecommunication services at the facility 24 hours per day, seven days per week with maximum service availability, currently being provided at the below listed facilities in the States of Arizona (AZ), Colorado (CO), Idaho (ID), Montana (MT), Nevada (NV), New Mexico (NM), Oregon (OR), Utah (UT), Washington (WA), and Wyoming (WY). Coverage and services shall be in place on October 1, 2015 with no interruptions to the circuits or services. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 517110. The service delivery points (SDP) are as follows: Phoenix Vet Center 77 E. Weldon Ave., Suite # 100 Phoenix AZ 85012 Phoenix NCO Office 777 E. Missouri Suite #300 Phoenix AZ 85014 Phoenix Vet Center 4020 N 20th Street Suite 110 Phoenix AZ 85016 VA Travel Corp 2141 E Camelback Rd Phoenix AZ 85016 Thunderbird CBOC 9624 N 25th Ave Phoenix AZ 85021 Anthem CBOC Anthem Medical Plaza, Bldg D, 3618 West Anthem Way Anthem AZ 85086 Casa Grande RHCC 1179 East Cottonwood Lane Casa Grande AZ 85112 Mesa Vet Center 1303 S Longmore, Suit 4 Mesa AZ 85202 Mesa CBOC 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 Mesa Network 18 Office 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 VISN 18 CLO Offices 4135 S. Power Road Suite 103 Mesa AZ 85212 Casa Grande CBOC 1876A E. Sabin Drive Casa Grande AZ 85222 Gilbert CBOC 3285 South Val Vista Drive Gilbert AZ 85295 VISN 18 Office 355 E. Germann RD Gilbert AZ 85297 Luke AFB 7219 N. Litchfield Rd Luke AFB AZ 85309 Buckeye Contract Clinic 1209 North Miller Road Buckeye AZ 85326 Yuma CBOC 301 West Catalina Drive Yuma AZ 85364 Yuma Vet Center 1450 E. 16th St., Suite 103 Yuma AZ 85365 North West Surprise CBOC 13985 W. Grand Avenue Surprise AZ 85374 North West Valley Vet Center 10450 N. 83rd Avenue Suite 160 Peoria AZ 85381 Globe CBOC 5860 South Hospital Dr., Suite 111 Globe AZ 85501 Payson Contract Clinic 903 E Highway 260 Payson AZ 85541 Safford CBOC 711 South 14th Ave. Safford AZ 85546 Safford CBOC 355 N. 8th Ave Safford AZ 85546 Green Valley CBOC 380 W. Hermosa Drive, 140 Green Valley AZ 85614 Sierra Vista CBOC 101 North Coronado Drive, Suite A Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Sierra Vista RHCC 157 North Coronado Drive, Suite B Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Tucson Vet Center 3055 North 1st Ave Tucson AZ 85719 Tucson North West CBOC 2945 West Ina Rd., Suite 221 Tucson AZ 85741 Tucson South East CBOC 7395 South Houghton Rd, Suite 129 Tucson AZ 85747 Show Low CBOC 5171 Cub Lake Road Suite C380 Show Low AZ 85901 Flagstaff CBOC 1300 West University Flagstaff AZ 86001 Bellemont CBOC Camp Navajo Army Depot, P.O. Box 16196 Bellemont AZ 86015 Hollbrook Rural Health Care Clinic 33 W Vista Holbrook AZ 86025 Hoytevilla Vet Center 1 Main st. Hotevilla AZ 86030 Page Rural Health Care Clinic 801 N. Navajo Page AZ 86040 Tuba City CBOC 167 North Main Street Tuba City AZ 86045 Prescott Contracting Office 325 W. Gurley St. Suite 202 Prescott AZ 86301 Crossings MH Extension Clinic 3623 Crossings Drive Prescott AZ 86305 Prescott Vet Center 3108 Stillwater Drive, Crossings Prescott AZ 86313 Prescott VA HBPC 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 101 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Prescott VA RMSL 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 111 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Cottonwood CBOC 501 S. Williard St. Cottonwood AZ 86326 Kingman CBOC 1726 Beverly Ave. Kingman AZ 86401 Lake Havasu CBOC 2035 Mesquite, Suite E Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Lake Havasu Vet Center 1720 Mesquite, Suite 101 Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Chinle Vet Center Navajo Route 7, Bldg. 59, P.O. Box 1934 Chinle AZ 86503 ECHCS Comm Resources and Referral Center 3030 Downing St. Denver CO 80005 ECHCS CU Affiliates 13001 E. 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 ECHCS Fitzsimons Bldg. 13529 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 Aurora Outpatient Clinic 13701 E. Mississippi Ave Suite #200 Aurora CO 80012 ECHCS Polytrauma CBOC 14400 E. Jewell Ave. Aurora CO 80012 Building A 13611 East Colfax Avenue Aurora CO 80111 RCS Western Mountain Regional Office 789 Sherman Street Suite 570 Denver CO 80203 ECHCS 820 Clermont Bldg. 820 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 ECHCS Denver VA OI&T 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 VA ECHCS Denver VA Medical Center 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 Homeless Domiciliary 7350 West Eastman Place Lakewood CO 80227 Denver Vet Center 7465 E. 1st Ave Suite B Denver CO 80230 Denver VA Mountain Towers 4100 E. Mississippi Ave., 11th Floor Glendale CO 80246 Boulder Vet Center 4999 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106 Boulder CO 80301 ECHCS RCS National Office 14142 Denver West Lakewood CO 80401 ECHCS Golden CBOC 1020 Johnson Rd Golden CO 80401 Fort Collins Outpatient Clinic 2509 Research Blvd. Fort Collins CO 80526 Fort Collins Vet center 702 W. Drake Bldg. C Fort Collins CO 80526 Greeley Outpatient Clinic 2001 70th Ave. Suite #200 Greeley CO 80631 Sterling Mobile Telehealth Clinic 100 College Dr. Sterling CO 80751 Burlington VA Outreach Clinic 1177 Rose Ave Burlington CO 80807 Colorado Springs Vet Center 602 South Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80903 Colorado Springs Clinic 25 N. Spruce Street Colorado Springs CO 80905 ECHCS Fontanero CBOC 320 E. Fontanero Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80907 ECHCS Pueblo NHCU 2600 Oakshire Land Pueblo CO 81001 Pueblo Vet Center 1515 Fortino Blvd., Suite 130 Pueblo CO 81008 Pueblo Outpatient Clinic 4776 Eagleridge Circle Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Pueblo CBOC 4112 Outlook Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Eagleridge CBOC 1062 Eagleridge Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 La Junta Outpatient Clinic 1100 Carson Street Suite 104 La Junta CO 81050 Lamar CBOC 1401 South Main Lamar CO 81052 ECHCS Lamar CBOC 2221 Wellness Way Lamar CO 81052 Alamosa CBOC 622 Del Sol Drive Alamosa CO 81101 Salida VA Telehealth Clinic 920 Rush Drive Salida CO 81201 Durango Contract Clinic 400 S. Camino Del Rio Durango CO 81301 Durango CCBOC 1970 East Third Avenue, Suite 102 Durango CO 81301 Montrose Outpatient Clinic 4 Hillcrest Plaza Way Montrose CO 81401 VA MEDICAL CENTER (OI&T) 2121 North Avenue Grand Junction CO 81501 Grand Junction Vet Center 2472 Patterson Road Unit 16 Grand Junction CO 81505 Contracting office 715 Horizon Dr Grand Junction CO 81506 Glenwood Springs VA Telehealth Clinic 2425 South Grand, Suite 101 Glenwood Springs CO 81601 Craig CBOC 785 Russell St. Craig CO 81625 VA Craig CBOC 551 Tucker Street Craig CO 81625 ECHCS Denver VA Staging Area DFC Bldg 53 - W6th Ave & Kipling St. Lakewood CO VA Pocatello Vet Center 1800 Garrett Way Pocatello ID 83201 VA Pocatello CBOC 444 Hospital Way Suite 801 Pocatello ID 83201 Not-Tsoo Gah-Nee Health Center MISSION RD & RTE 6 Ft. Hall ID 83203 Twins Falls CBOC 260 2nd Avenue East Twin Falls ID 83301 Idaho Falls, ID PCOTC 3530 E. 17th St. Suite 104 Idaho Falls ID 83406 Salmon Veterans CBOC 705 Lena Street Salmon ID 83467 Salmon Behavioral Health Clinic 111 Lillian St. #203 Salmon ID 83467 Lewiston CBOC 1630 23rd Avenue Bldg #2 Lewiston ID 83501 Caldwell CBOC 120 E Pine Caldwell ID 83605 Boise - Broadway OSBO 960 Broadway Ave Suite 460 Boise ID 83702 Boise HBPC 5540 W Franklin Boise ID 83702 Health Care for Homeless Vets 1276 River St Boise ID 83702 Boise Veterans Outreach Center 2424 W. Bank Dr. Boise ID 83705 Boise - Federal Way OSBO 1501 Federal Way Suite 100 Boise ID 83705 Boise - Warehouse 1287 Boeing St Boise ID 83705 Billings CBOC 1775 Spring Creek Lane Billings MT 59102 Billings Vet Center 2795 Enterprise Ave., Suite 1 Billings MT 59102 MAJESTIC LN CBOC BILLINGS MT 1766 MAJESTIC LN BILLINGS MT 59102 Billings CBOC Mental Health 2345 King Ave West Billings MT 59102 Miles City CBOC & NHCU 210 S. Winchester Miles City MT 59301 Glendive CBOC 2000 Montana Ave Glendive MT 59330 Great Falls Vet Center 615 2nd Ave North - 1st Floor Great Falls MT 59401 Great Falls CBOC 1417-9th Street South Suite 200 and 301 Great Falls MT 59405 Browning IHCS 5525 Haul Road Browning MT 59417 Cut Bank CBOC #8 2nd Ave SE Cut Bank MT 59427 Lewistown CBOC 629 NE Main Lewistown MT 59457 Havre CBOC 130 13th Street Suite 1 Havre MT 59501 Helena NAO 2905 No Montana Suite 108 Helena MT 59601 NCO 19 Helena 2905 No Montana Suite 107 Helena MT 59601 Helena NARU 40 West 14th Street Suite 300 Helena MT 59601 VA Montana Healthcare 3687 Veterans Drive Fort Harrison MT 59636 Butte - Radiology 8 West Park Suite 501 Butte MT 59701 Anaconda CBOC 118 E 7th Street Anaconda MT 59711 Bozeman CBOC 300 N Wilson Suite 703G Bozeman MT 59715 Missoula Vet Center 500 North Higgens, Suite 202 Missoula MT 59802 Missoula MT CBOC 2687 Palmer Street Suite C Missoula MT 59808 Hamilton CBOC 299 Fairgrounds Suite A Hamilton MT 59840 Kalispell CBOC 31 Three Mile Drive Suite 102 Kalispell MT 59901 Kalispell Vet Center 690 North Meridian Road, Suite 101 Kalispell MT 59901 VA Satellite Pharmacy Columbia Falls 400 Veterans Dr Columbia Falls MT 59912 Albuquerque Vet Center 1400 Mountain Road NW Albuquerque NM 87104 Northwest Metro Clinic 1760 Grande Blvd SE Rio Rancho NM 87124 Homeless Center 1217 First Street NW Albuquerque NM 87125 Gallup CBOC 320 Highway 564 Gallup NM 87301 Gallup Veterans Transition Center 513 South Williams, Building 15 Gallup NM 87301 Farmington CBOC 1001 W. Broadway, Suite C Farmington NM 87401 Farmington Vet Center 4521 East Main, Suite B Farmington NM 87402 Farmington CBOC 3605 English Rd. Farmington NM 87402 Santa Fe CBOC 2213 Brothers Road, Suite 600 Santa Fe NM 87505 Santa Fe Vet Center 2209 Brothers Rd Suite 110 Santa Fe NM 87505 Taos CBOC 1353 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur. Suite A Taos NM 87571 Las Vegas BPG Outpatient Clinic 624 University Ave. Las Vegas NM 87701 Raton CBOC 1275 South 2nd St. Raton NM 87740 Raton CBOC 1493 Whittier Street Raton NM 87740 Las Cruces Vet Center 230 South Waters St. Las Cruces NM 88001 Las Cruces CBOC 1635 Don Roser Las Cruces NM 88011 Silver City CBOC 2950 Leslie Road Silver City NM 88061 Clovis CBOC 921 Llano Estacada Clovis NM 88101 Artesia CBOC 1700 W. Main Str. Artesia NM 88210 Alamagordo Contract Clinic 3199 N White Sands Blvd. Stuite D9/D10 Alamogordo NM 88310 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 400 N STEPHANIE ST, SUITE 180 HENDERSON NV 89014 CCC AREA OFFICE 1399 GALLERIA DRIVE HENDERSON NV 89014 Henderson Clinic 2920 N Green Valley Pkwy. Suite 215 Henderson NV 89014 SOUTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 1020 S. BOULDER HIGHWAY HENDERSON NV 89015 LAUGHLIN CBOC 3650 S. POINT CIRCLE, BLDG D, SUITES 214-217 LAUGHLIN NV 89029 VA WAREHOUSE 1841 E. CRAIG RD NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89030 BUSINESS CENTER 2455 W. CHEYENNE AVE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY CENTER 3525 West Cheyenne Avenue NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 HRMS/FISCAL 1127 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89102 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 1501 ARVILLE ST LAS VEGAS NV 89102 SOUTHWEST CLINIC 3880 S. JONES BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89103 NORTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 4461 E. CHARLESTON BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89104 CENTRAL CLINIC 901 RANCHO LANE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 WEST CLINIC 630 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 EAST CLINIC 3131 LA CANADA STREET SUITE 140 LAS VEGAS NV 89109 SOUTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 7235 S. BUFFALO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89113 VA WAREHOUSE 5406 E EL CAMPO GRANDE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 VA HOSPITAL 6900 N. PECOS NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 DATA CENTER 4420 W. DIABLO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89118 VISN 22 SUPPORT CENTER 7201 WL LAKE MEADE BLVD SUITE 300 LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST CLINIC 2410 FIRE MESA STREET LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTH CLINIC SUITE# 916 W. OWENS AVE LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 3968 N. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89130 READJUSTMENT COUNSELING SERVICES 1919 S. JONES BLVD. SUITE A LAS VEGAS NV 89146 The Dalles CBOC 704 Veterans Drive The Dalles OR 97058 Metro South CBOC 1750 SW Blankenship Rd West Lynn OR 97068 North Coast CBOC 91400 Rilea, Neacoxie St. Building 7315 Warrenton OR 97146 CRRC (Veterans Homeless Center) 308 SW 1st Ave. Portland OR 97204 East CBOC 10535 NE Gilsan St Portland OR 97220 Portland Veterans Center 1505 NE 122nd Portland OR 97220 Salem CBOC 1660 Oak Street SE, Suite 100 Salem OR 97301 Salem Vet Center 2645 NE Portland Rd. Salem OR 97301 Eugene Federal Building 211 E 7th Avenue Eugene OR 97401 Eugene CBOC 100 River Ave Eugene OR 97404 Eugene Vet Center 1255 Pearl st Eugene OR 97404 Eugene CRSC 2400 River Rd Eugene OR 97404 Department of Veterans Affairs Roseburg 913 N.W. Garden Valley Roseburg OR 97471 Asante Bldg 2841 Ave G Suite 200 White City OR 97503 Grants Pass Vet Center 211 SE 10th ST Grants Pass OR 97526 Grants Pass VA Outreach Clinic 520 Ramsey Ct. Suite 102 Grants Pass OR 97526 Klamath Falls VA CBOC 2225 N. Eldorado Blvd. Klamath Falls OR 97601 Bend CBOC 2650 NE Courtney Drive Bend OR 97701 Burns Expansion Clinic 271 N. Egan St Burns OR 97720 Boardman Tele Health Port of Morrow, 2 Marine Dr., Suite 103 Boardman OR 97818 La Grande CBOC 202 12th Street La Grande OR 97850 VA Orem, UT CBOC 1443 W. 800 North Suite 440 N. Orem UT 84057 VISN 19 Contracting Office 515 E. 100 South Salt Lake City UT 84102 VASLCHCS - Geonomic Medicine Svc. 615 Arapeen Suite 210 Salt Lake City UT 84106 VA Salt Lake City Vet Center 22 W. Fireclay Ave. Murray UT 84107 VA Main Street Mental Health Clinic 2970 S. Main South Salt Lake UT 84115 VA Western Salt Lake CBOC 2750 S. 5600 West West Valley City UT 84120 VA Salt Lake City 500 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City UT 84148 VA Ogden CBOC 982 Chambers St. South Ogden UT 84403 VA Provo Vet Center 1807 North 1120 West Provo UT 84601 VA St. George Vet Center 1664 S. Dixie, Bldg C St. George UT 84770 VA St. George CBOC 230 N. 1680 E - Bldg N St. George UT 84770 Federal Way Vet Clinic 32020 32nd Ave S. Federal Way WA 98001 Federal Way Valor Clinic 34617 11th PL S. Federal Way WA 98003 Bellevue Valor CBOC 13033 Bellevue Redmond Rd. Suite 210 Bellevue WA 98005 Renton Offices for Homelessness 419 South 2nd Street, Suite 2 Renton WA 98057 VA HSR&D Met Park West 1100 Olive Way, Suite 1400 Seattle WA 98101 Seattle Vet Center 2030 9th Ave Seattle WA 98108 Fed Center South (PUG Fiscal, HR & Ethics) 4735 E. Marginal Way S. Seattle WA 98134 Fort Lawton Patient Lodging 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240, 1st Floor Rm C-1A Seattle WA 98199 Puget Sound Fort Lawton Campus 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240 Seattle WA 98199 Bellingham Vet Center 3800 Byron Ave. Bellingham WA 98229 Bremerton CBOC 925 Adele Ave. Bremerton WA 98312 Puget Sound Contracting Office 1495 Wilmington Dr Suite 360 Dupont WA 98327 Mobile Medical Unit 3 MMU Site: Seasons Motel, 200 Westlake Ave, Corner of HWY7 and HWY12 Morton WA 98356 Port Angeles CBOC 1005 Georgiana St. Port Angeles WA 98362 Lower Elwah CBOC 243511 W. Hwy 101 Port Angeles WA 98363 Tacoma Transition House 2 5101 E MCKINLEY AVE Tacoma WA 98404 Tacoma Transition House 3 7244 S SHERIDAN AVE Tacoma WA 98408 Tacoma Vet Center 4916 S. Center St. Tacoma WA 98409 Mobile Vet Center Stationed at Tacoma Vet Center: 4916 Center Street, Suite E Tacoma WA 98409 American Lake 9600 Veterans Drive Tacoma WA 98439 Tacoma Transition House 1 1502 S 85TH ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 5 9232 A ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 4 9004 NEWGROVE AVE SW Tacoma WA 98498 Mobile Medical Unit 1 MMU site: VFW Post 224 at 105 E, Heron St Aberdeen WA 98520 South Sound CBOC 151 NE Hampe Way Chehalis WA 98532 Vancouver Campus 1601 E Fourth Plain Boulevard Vancouver WA 98661 Vancouver Mall 5115 NE 82nd Ave Vancouver WA 98684 Yakima Vet Center 2119 W Lincoln Avenue Yakima WA 98901 Yakima Clinic 717 Fruitvale Boulevard Yakima WA 98902 Spokane Homeless Care for Homeless Vets 705 W. 2nd Ave Spokane WA 99201 Spokane Valley Vet Center 100 N. Mullan Rd Spokane WA 99206 Spokane VAMC Mayfair Extension 6002 N. Mayfair Rd Spokane WA 99208 Walla Walla VAMC 77 Wainwright Drive Walla Walla WA 99362 Walla Walla Vet Center 1104 West Poplar Walla Walla WA 99362 Lake City Valor Clinic 12360 Lake City Way, NE suite 200 Seattle WA 98125 Mobile Medical Unit 2 MMU Site: American Legion/VFW, 206 West Franklin Street Shelton WA Seattle Regional Counsel Office Jackson Federal Building, 915 2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98174 Cheyenne VAMC 2360 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 VAMC Off-Site Admin - local 3001 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 Laramie PCTOC (Public Health Building) 112 S. 5th Street Laramie WY 82070 Wheatland PCTOC 759 E COLE ST Wheatland WY 82201 Torrington PCTOC 925 West 25th Ave Torrington WY 82240 Cheyenne Vet Center 3219 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82301 Rawlins Primary Care Telehealth Outreach 416 W. Cedar Rawlins WY 82301 Rawlins VA Medical Clinic (CBOC) 1809 E. Daley Rawlins WY 82301 Powell VA Clinic 777 Avenue H Powell WY 82435 Riverton VA Clinic 2300 Rose Lane Riverton WY 82501 Casper VA Clinic 4140 S. Poplar St. Casper WY 82601 Casper Vet Center 1030 N. Poplar St. Suite B Casper WY 82601 Gillette VA Clinic 604 Express Drive Gillette WY 82718 Sheridan VA Medical Center 1898 Fort Road Sheridan WY 82801 Veterans Home of Wyoming 700 Veterans Lane Buffalo WY 82834 Rock Springs VA Clinic 1401 Gateway Blvd Rock Springs WY 82901 Evanston VA Clinic 1565 S Hwy 150 Suite E Evanston WY 82930 Afton VA Clinic 135 S Washington Afton WY 83110 This notification shall close on October 1, 2015. Questions/responses shall be submitted via e-mail to Contract Specialist, Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Contracting Officer, Brett Schwerin at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-15-C-107 P00004. The Point of Contacts (POCs) for this action are Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Contracting Officer, Brett Schwerin at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov.

D--TW Telecom Bridge Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Technology Acquisition Center | Published September 18, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Acquisition Operations (OAO), Technology Acquisition Center (TAC), located at 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, New Jersey, intends to modify an existing to contract to maintain coverage for Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) services on the VA Region 1 Telecommunications Business Office (R1 TBO) TW Telecom Holdings infrastructure. TAC intends to award a sole source, firm-fixed price modification to TW Telecom Holdings, Inc., 10475 Park Meadows Drive, Littleton, Colorado 80124, pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 6.302-1 entitled, "Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements." The period of performance is six months base period with, 3-month option periods. These LEC services Primary Rate Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) (PRI) service, Direct Inward Dialing (DID) numbers, Metro E-Service metropolitan-area Ethernet, or metro Ethernet network (MOE), Caller ID (name and number) feature (PRI Circuit (23B+D)), Primary inter-LATA (Local access and transport area) Carrier (PIC/LPIC) provisioning, Enhanced Alternate Call Routing, and Telephone Service Priority (TSP). The Contractor shall provide telecommunication services at the facility 24 hours per day, seven days per week with maximum service availability, currently being provided at the below listed facilities in States of Arizona (AZ), Colorado (CO), Idaho (ID), Montana (MT), Nevada (NV), New Mexico (NM), Oregon (OR), Utah (UT), Washington (WA), and Wyoming (WY). . Coverage and services shall be in place on October 1, 2015 with no interruptions to the circuits or services. The North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) for this effort is 517110. The service delivery points (SDP) are as follows: Phoenix Vet Center 77 E. Weldon Ave., Suite # 100 Phoenix AZ 85012 Phoenix NCO Office 777 E. Missouri Suite #300 Phoenix AZ 85014 Phoenix Vet Center 4020 N 20th Street Suite 110 Phoenix AZ 85016 VA Travel Corp 2141 E Camelback Rd Phoenix AZ 85016 Thunderbird CBOC 9624 N 25th Ave Phoenix AZ 85021 Anthem CBOC Anthem Medical Plaza, Bldg D, 3618 West Anthem Way Anthem AZ 85086 Casa Grande RHCC 1179 East Cottonwood Lane Casa Grande AZ 85112 Mesa Vet Center 1303 S Longmore, Suit 4 Mesa AZ 85202 Mesa CBOC 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 Mesa Network 18 Office 6950 East Williams Fld. Rd. Mesa AZ 85212 VISN 18 CLO Offices 4135 S. Power Road Suite 103 Mesa AZ 85212 Casa Grande CBOC 1876A E. Sabin Drive Casa Grande AZ 85222 Gilbert CBOC 3285 South Val Vista Drive Gilbert AZ 85295 VISN 18 Office 355 E. Germann RD Gilbert AZ 85297 Luke AFB 7219 N. Litchfield Rd Luke AFB AZ 85309 Buckeye Contract Clinic 1209 North Miller Road Buckeye AZ 85326 Yuma CBOC 301 West Catalina Drive Yuma AZ 85364 Yuma Vet Center 1450 E. 16th St., Suite 103 Yuma AZ 85365 North West Surprise CBOC 13985 W. Grand Avenue Surprise AZ 85374 North West Valley Vet Center 10450 N. 83rd Avenue Suite 160 Peoria AZ 85381 Globe CBOC 5860 South Hospital Dr., Suite 111 Globe AZ 85501 Payson Contract Clinic 903 E Highway 260 Payson AZ 85541 Safford CBOC 711 South 14th Ave. Safford AZ 85546 Safford CBOC 355 N. 8th Ave Safford AZ 85546 Green Valley CBOC 380 W. Hermosa Drive, 140 Green Valley AZ 85614 Sierra Vista CBOC 101 North Coronado Drive, Suite A Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Sierra Vista RHCC 157 North Coronado Drive, Suite B Sierra Vista AZ 85635 Tucson Vet Center 3055 North 1st Ave Tucson AZ 85719 Tucson North West CBOC 2945 West Ina Rd., Suite 221 Tucson AZ 85741 Tucson South East CBOC 7395 South Houghton Rd, Suite 129 Tucson AZ 85747 Show Low CBOC 5171 Cub Lake Road Suite C380 Show Low AZ 85901 Flagstaff CBOC 1300 West University Flagstaff AZ 86001 Bellemont CBOC Camp Navajo Army Depot, P.O. Box 16196 Bellemont AZ 86015 Hollbrook Rural Health Care Clinic 33 W Vista Holbrook AZ 86025 Hoytevilla Vet Center 1 Main st. Hotevilla AZ 86030 Page Rural Health Care Clinic 801 N. Navajo Page AZ 86040 Tuba City CBOC 167 North Main Street Tuba City AZ 86045 Prescott Contracting Office 325 W. Gurley St. Suite 202 Prescott AZ 86301 Crossings MH Extension Clinic 3623 Crossings Drive Prescott AZ 86305 Prescott Vet Center 3108 Stillwater Drive, Crossings Prescott AZ 86313 Prescott VA HBPC 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 101 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Prescott VA RMSL 8128 E. Highway 69 Suite 111 Prescott Valley AZ 86313 Cottonwood CBOC 501 S. Williard St. Cottonwood AZ 86326 Kingman CBOC 1726 Beverly Ave. Kingman AZ 86401 Lake Havasu CBOC 2035 Mesquite, Suite E Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Lake Havasu Vet Center 1720 Mesquite, Suite 101 Lake Havasu AZ 86403 Chinle Vet Center Navajo Route 7, Bldg. 59, P.O. Box 1934 Chinle AZ 86503 ECHCS Comm Resources and Referral Center 3030 Downing St. Denver CO 80005 ECHCS CU Affiliates 13001 E. 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 ECHCS Fitzsimons Bldg. 13529 17th Place Aurora CO 80010 Aurora Outpatient Clinic 13701 E. Mississippi Ave Suite #200 Aurora CO 80012 ECHCS Polytrauma CBOC 14400 E. Jewell Ave. Aurora CO 80012 Building A 13611 East Colfax Avenue Aurora CO 80111 RCS Western Mountain Regional Office 789 Sherman Street Suite 570 Denver CO 80203 ECHCS 820 Clermont Bldg. 820 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 ECHCS Denver VA OI&T 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 VA ECHCS Denver VA Medical Center 1055 Clermont Street Denver CO 80220 Homeless Domiciliary 7350 West Eastman Place Lakewood CO 80227 Denver Vet Center 7465 E. 1st Ave Suite B Denver CO 80230 Denver VA Mountain Towers 4100 E. Mississippi Ave., 11th Floor Glendale CO 80246 Boulder Vet Center 4999 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106 Boulder CO 80301 ECHCS RCS National Office 14142 Denver West Lakewood CO 80401 ECHCS Golden CBOC 1020 Johnson Rd Golden CO 80401 Fort Collins Outpatient Clinic 2509 Research Blvd. Fort Collins CO 80526 Fort Collins Vet center 702 W. Drake Bldg. C Fort Collins CO 80526 Greeley Outpatient Clinic 2001 70th Ave. Suite #200 Greeley CO 80631 Sterling Mobile Telehealth Clinic 100 College Dr. Sterling CO 80751 Burlington VA Outreach Clinic 1177 Rose Ave Burlington CO 80807 Colorado Springs Vet Center 602 South Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80903 Colorado Springs Clinic 25 N. Spruce Street Colorado Springs CO 80905 ECHCS Fontanero CBOC 320 E. Fontanero Ave. Colorado Springs CO 80907 ECHCS Pueblo NHCU 2600 Oakshire Land Pueblo CO 81001 Pueblo Vet Center 1515 Fortino Blvd., Suite 130 Pueblo CO 81008 Pueblo Outpatient Clinic 4776 Eagleridge Circle Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Pueblo CBOC 4112 Outlook Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 ECHCS Eagleridge CBOC 1062 Eagleridge Blvd. Pueblo CO 81008 La Junta Outpatient Clinic 1100 Carson Street Suite 104 La Junta CO 81050 Lamar CBOC 1401 South Main Lamar CO 81052 ECHCS Lamar CBOC 2221 Wellness Way Lamar CO 81052 Alamosa CBOC 622 Del Sol Drive Alamosa CO 81101 Salida VA Telehealth Clinic 920 Rush Drive Salida CO 81201 Durango Contract Clinic 400 S. Camino Del Rio Durango CO 81301 Durango CCBOC 1970 East Third Avenue, Suite 102 Durango CO 81301 Montrose Outpatient Clinic 4 Hillcrest Plaza Way Montrose CO 81401 VA MEDICAL CENTER (OI&T) 2121 North Avenue Grand Junction CO 81501 Grand Junction Vet Center 2472 Patterson Road Unit 16 Grand Junction CO 81505 Contracting office 715 Horizon Dr Grand Junction CO 81506 Glenwood Springs VA Telehealth Clinic 2425 South Grand, Suite 101 Glenwood Springs CO 81601 Craig CBOC 785 Russell St. Craig CO 81625 VA Craig CBOC 551 Tucker Street Craig CO 81625 ECHCS Denver VA Staging Area DFC Bldg 53 - W6th Ave & Kipling St. Lakewood CO VA Pocatello Vet Center 1800 Garrett Way Pocatello ID 83201 VA Pocatello CBOC 444 Hospital Way Suite 801 Pocatello ID 83201 Not-Tsoo Gah-Nee Health Center MISSION RD & RTE 6 Ft. Hall ID 83203 Twins Falls CBOC 260 2nd Avenue East Twin Falls ID 83301 Idaho Falls, ID PCOTC 3530 E. 17th St. Suite 104 Idaho Falls ID 83406 Salmon Veterans CBOC 705 Lena Street Salmon ID 83467 Salmon Behavioral Health Clinic 111 Lillian St. #203 Salmon ID 83467 Lewiston CBOC 1630 23rd Avenue Bldg #2 Lewiston ID 83501 Caldwell CBOC 120 E Pine Caldwell ID 83605 Boise - Broadway OSBO 960 Broadway Ave Suite 460 Boise ID 83702 Boise HBPC 5540 W Franklin Boise ID 83702 Health Care for Homeless Vets 1276 River St Boise ID 83702 Boise Veterans Outreach Center 2424 W. Bank Dr. Boise ID 83705 Boise - Federal Way OSBO 1501 Federal Way Suite 100 Boise ID 83705 Boise - Warehouse 1287 Boeing St Boise ID 83705 Billings CBOC 1775 Spring Creek Lane Billings MT 59102 Billings Vet Center 2795 Enterprise Ave., Suite 1 Billings MT 59102 MAJESTIC LN CBOC BILLINGS MT 1766 MAJESTIC LN BILLINGS MT 59102 Billings CBOC Mental Health 2345 King Ave West Billings MT 59102 Miles City CBOC & NHCU 210 S. Winchester Miles City MT 59301 Glendive CBOC 2000 Montana Ave Glendive MT 59330 Great Falls Vet Center 615 2nd Ave North - 1st Floor Great Falls MT 59401 Great Falls CBOC 1417-9th Street South Suite 200 and 301 Great Falls MT 59405 Browning IHCS 5525 Haul Road Browning MT 59417 Cut Bank CBOC #8 2nd Ave SE Cut Bank MT 59427 Lewistown CBOC 629 NE Main Lewistown MT 59457 Havre CBOC 130 13th Street Suite 1 Havre MT 59501 Helena NAO 2905 No Montana Suite 108 Helena MT 59601 NCO 19 Helena 2905 No Montana Suite 107 Helena MT 59601 Helena NARU 40 West 14th Street Suite 300 Helena MT 59601 VA Montana Healthcare 3687 Veterans Drive Fort Harrison MT 59636 Butte - Radiology 8 West Park Suite 501 Butte MT 59701 Anaconda CBOC 118 E 7th Street Anaconda MT 59711 Bozeman CBOC 300 N Wilson Suite 703G Bozeman MT 59715 Missoula Vet Center 500 North Higgens, Suite 202 Missoula MT 59802 Missoula MT CBOC 2687 Palmer Street Suite C Missoula MT 59808 Hamilton CBOC 299 Fairgrounds Suite A Hamilton MT 59840 Kalispell CBOC 31 Three Mile Drive Suite 102 Kalispell MT 59901 Kalispell Vet Center 690 North Meridian Road, Suite 101 Kalispell MT 59901 VA Satellite Pharmacy Columbia Falls 400 Veterans Dr Columbia Falls MT 59912 Albuquerque Vet Center 1400 Mountain Road NW Albuquerque NM 87104 Northwest Metro Clinic 1760 Grande Blvd SE Rio Rancho NM 87124 Homeless Center 1217 First Street NW Albuquerque NM 87125 Gallup CBOC 320 Highway 564 Gallup NM 87301 Gallup Veterans Transition Center 513 South Williams, Building 15 Gallup NM 87301 Farmington CBOC 1001 W. Broadway, Suite C Farmington NM 87401 Farmington Vet Center 4521 East Main, Suite B Farmington NM 87402 Farmington CBOC 3605 English Rd. Farmington NM 87402 Santa Fe CBOC 2213 Brothers Road, Suite 600 Santa Fe NM 87505 Santa Fe Vet Center 2209 Brothers Rd Suite 110 Santa Fe NM 87505 Taos CBOC 1353 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur. Suite A Taos NM 87571 Las Vegas BPG Outpatient Clinic 624 University Ave. Las Vegas NM 87701 Raton CBOC 1275 South 2nd St. Raton NM 87740 Raton CBOC 1493 Whittier Street Raton NM 87740 Las Cruces Vet Center 230 South Waters St. Las Cruces NM 88001 Las Cruces CBOC 1635 Don Roser Las Cruces NM 88011 Silver City CBOC 2950 Leslie Road Silver City NM 88061 Clovis CBOC 921 Llano Estacada Clovis NM 88101 Artesia CBOC 1700 W. Main Str. Artesia NM 88210 Alamagordo Contract Clinic 3199 N White Sands Blvd. Stuite D9/D10 Alamogordo NM 88310 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 400 N STEPHANIE ST, SUITE 180 HENDERSON NV 89014 CCC AREA OFFICE 1399 GALLERIA DRIVE HENDERSON NV 89014 Henderson Clinic 2920 N Green Valley Pkwy. Suite 215 Henderson NV 89014 SOUTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 1020 S. BOULDER HIGHWAY HENDERSON NV 89015 LAUGHLIN CBOC 3650 S. POINT CIRCLE, BLDG D, SUITES 214-217 LAUGHLIN NV 89029 VA WAREHOUSE 1841 E. CRAIG RD NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89030 BUSINESS CENTER 2455 W. CHEYENNE AVE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY CENTER 3525 West Cheyenne Avenue NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89032 HRMS/FISCAL 1127 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89102 VETERAN'S RECOVERY CENTER 1501 ARVILLE ST LAS VEGAS NV 89102 SOUTHWEST CLINIC 3880 S. JONES BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89103 NORTHEAST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 4461 E. CHARLESTON BLVD LAS VEGAS NV 89104 CENTRAL CLINIC 901 RANCHO LANE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 WEST CLINIC 630 S. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89106 EAST CLINIC 3131 LA CANADA STREET SUITE 140 LAS VEGAS NV 89109 SOUTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 7235 S. BUFFALO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89113 VA WAREHOUSE 5406 E EL CAMPO GRANDE NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 VA HOSPITAL 6900 N. PECOS NORTH LAS VEGAS NV 89115 DATA CENTER 4420 W. DIABLO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89118 VISN 22 SUPPORT CENTER 7201 WL LAKE MEADE BLVD SUITE 300 LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST CLINIC 2410 FIRE MESA STREET LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTH CLINIC SUITE# 916 W. OWENS AVE LAS VEGAS NV 89128 NORTHWEST PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 3968 N. RANCHO DRIVE LAS VEGAS NV 89130 READJUSTMENT COUNSELING SERVICES 1919 S. JONES BLVD. SUITE A LAS VEGAS NV 89146 The Dalles CBOC 704 Veterans Drive The Dalles OR 97058 Metro South CBOC 1750 SW Blankenship Rd West Lynn OR 97068 North Coast CBOC 91400 Rilea, Neacoxie St. Building 7315 Warrenton OR 97146 CRRC (Veterans Homeless Center) 308 SW 1st Ave. Portland OR 97204 East CBOC 10535 NE Gilsan St Portland OR 97220 Portland Veterans Center 1505 NE 122nd Portland OR 97220 Salem CBOC 1660 Oak Street SE, Suite 100 Salem OR 97301 Salem Vet Center 2645 NE Portland Rd. Salem OR 97301 Eugene Federal Building 211 E 7th Avenue Eugene OR 97401 Eugene CBOC 100 River Ave Eugene OR 97404 Eugene Vet Center 1255 Pearl st Eugene OR 97404 Eugene CRSC 2400 River Rd Eugene OR 97404 Department of Veterans Affairs Roseburg 913 N.W. Garden Valley Roseburg OR 97471 Asante Bldg 2841 Ave G Suite 200 White City OR 97503 Grants Pass Vet Center 211 SE 10th ST Grants Pass OR 97526 Grants Pass VA Outreach Clinic 520 Ramsey Ct. Suite 102 Grants Pass OR 97526 Klamath Falls VA CBOC 2225 N. Eldorado Blvd. Klamath Falls OR 97601 Bend CBOC 2650 NE Courtney Drive Bend OR 97701 Burns Expansion Clinic 271 N. Egan St Burns OR 97720 Boardman Tele Health Port of Morrow, 2 Marine Dr., Suite 103 Boardman OR 97818 La Grande CBOC 202 12th Street La Grande OR 97850 VA Orem, UT CBOC 1443 W. 800 North Suite 440 N. Orem UT 84057 VISN 19 Contracting Office 515 E. 100 South Salt Lake City UT 84102 VASLCHCS - Geonomic Medicine Svc. 615 Arapeen Suite 210 Salt Lake City UT 84106 VA Salt Lake City Vet Center 22 W. Fireclay Ave. Murray UT 84107 VA Main Street Mental Health Clinic 2970 S. Main South Salt Lake UT 84115 VA Western Salt Lake CBOC 2750 S. 5600 West West Valley City UT 84120 VA Salt Lake City 500 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City UT 84148 VA Ogden CBOC 982 Chambers St. South Ogden UT 84403 VA Provo Vet Center 1807 North 1120 West Provo UT 84601 VA St. George Vet Center 1664 S. Dixie, Bldg C St. George UT 84770 VA St. George CBOC 230 N. 1680 E - Bldg N St. George UT 84770 Federal Way Vet Clinic 32020 32nd Ave S. Federal Way WA 98001 Federal Way Valor Clinic 34617 11th PL S. Federal Way WA 98003 Bellevue Valor CBOC 13033 Bellevue Redmond Rd. Suite 210 Bellevue WA 98005 Renton Offices for Homelessness 419 South 2nd Street, Suite 2 Renton WA 98057 VA HSR&D Met Park West 1100 Olive Way, Suite 1400 Seattle WA 98101 Seattle Vet Center 2030 9th Ave Seattle WA 98108 Fed Center South (PUG Fiscal, HR & Ethics) 4735 E. Marginal Way S. Seattle WA 98134 Fort Lawton Patient Lodging 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240, 1st Floor Rm C-1A Seattle WA 98199 Puget Sound Fort Lawton Campus 4585 Texas Way West, Bldg 240 Seattle WA 98199 Bellingham Vet Center 3800 Byron Ave. Bellingham WA 98229 Bremerton CBOC 925 Adele Ave. Bremerton WA 98312 Puget Sound Contracting Office 1495 Wilmington Dr Suite 360 Dupont WA 98327 Mobile Medical Unit 3 MMU Site: Seasons Motel, 200 Westlake Ave, Corner of HWY7 and HWY12 Morton WA 98356 Port Angeles CBOC 1005 Georgiana St. Port Angeles WA 98362 Lower Elwah CBOC 243511 W. Hwy 101 Port Angeles WA 98363 Tacoma Transition House 2 5101 E MCKINLEY AVE Tacoma WA 98404 Tacoma Transition House 3 7244 S SHERIDAN AVE Tacoma WA 98408 Tacoma Vet Center 4916 S. Center St. Tacoma WA 98409 Mobile Vet Center Stationed at Tacoma Vet Center: 4916 Center Street, Suite E Tacoma WA 98409 American Lake 9600 Veterans Drive Tacoma WA 98439 Tacoma Transition House 1 1502 S 85TH ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 5 9232 A ST Tacoma WA 98444 Tacoma Transition House 4 9004 NEWGROVE AVE SW Tacoma WA 98498 Mobile Medical Unit 1 MMU site: VFW Post 224 at 105 E, Heron St Aberdeen WA 98520 South Sound CBOC 151 NE Hampe Way Chehalis WA 98532 Vancouver Campus 1601 E Fourth Plain Boulevard Vancouver WA 98661 Vancouver Mall 5115 NE 82nd Ave Vancouver WA 98684 Yakima Vet Center 2119 W Lincoln Avenue Yakima WA 98901 Yakima Clinic 717 Fruitvale Boulevard Yakima WA 98902 Spokane Homeless Care for Homeless Vets 705 W. 2nd Ave Spokane WA 99201 Spokane Valley Vet Center 100 N. Mullan Rd Spokane WA 99206 Spokane VAMC Mayfair Extension 6002 N. Mayfair Rd Spokane WA 99208 Walla Walla VAMC 77 Wainwright Drive Walla Walla WA 99362 Walla Walla Vet Center 1104 West Poplar Walla Walla WA 99362 Lake City Valor Clinic 12360 Lake City Way, NE suite 200 Seattle WA 98125 Mobile Medical Unit 2 MMU Site: American Legion/VFW, 206 West Franklin Street Shelton WA Seattle Regional Counsel Office Jackson Federal Building, 915 2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98174 Cheyenne VAMC 2360 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 VAMC Off-Site Admin - local 3001 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82001 Laramie PCTOC (Public Health Building) 112 S. 5th Street Laramie WY 82070 Wheatland PCTOC 759 E COLE ST Wheatland WY 82201 Torrington PCTOC 925 West 25th Ave Torrington WY 82240 Cheyenne Vet Center 3219 E. Pershing Blvd. Cheyenne WY 82301 Rawlins Primary Care Telehealth Outreach 416 W. Cedar Rawlins WY 82301 Rawlins VA Medical Clinic (CBOC) 1809 E. Daley Rawlins WY 82301 Powell VA Clinic 777 Avenue H Powell WY 82435 Riverton VA Clinic 2300 Rose Lane Riverton WY 82501 Casper VA Clinic 4140 S. Poplar St. Casper WY 82601 Casper Vet Center 1030 N. Poplar St. Suite B Casper WY 82601 Gillette VA Clinic 604 Express Drive Gillette WY 82718 Sheridan VA Medical Center 1898 Fort Road Sheridan WY 82801 Veterans Home of Wyoming 700 Veterans Lane Buffalo WY 82834 Rock Springs VA Clinic 1401 Gateway Blvd Rock Springs WY 82901 Evanston VA Clinic 1565 S Hwy 150 Suite E Evanston WY 82930 Afton VA Clinic 135 S Washington Afton WY 83110 This notification shall close on October 1, 2015. Questions/responses shall be submitted via e-mail to Contract Specialist, Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Contracting Officer, Brett Schwerin at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov with the subject line as the synopsis number, VA118-15-C-0089 P00005. The Point of Contacts (POCs) for this action are Alma Aliaj, Alma.Aliaj@va.gov and Brett Schwerin, Contracting Officer, at Brett.Schwerin@va.gov
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