Contract Number: HC1028-08-D-2011
Title: ENCORE II
Total Value (Ceiling): $12.225B
Period of Performance: 1 June 2008 through 31 May 2013, with five 1-year Option periods
Description: The ENCORE II contract vehicle provides DoD and other federal government agencies a convenient means of purchasing the full range of IT solutions, from IT engineering and integration to hardware/software procurements and IT operational support services. ENCORE II supports task orders to accomplish activities related to 20 IT areas.
Functional Service Categories:
- TA1: Enterprise IT Policy/Planning
- TA2: Integrated Solutions Management
- TA3: Performance Benchmarking
- TA4: Business Process Re-engineering
- TA5: Requirements Analysis
- TA6: Market Research
- TA7: Information/Knowledge Engineering
- TA8: Application Development
- TA9: Product Integration
- TA10: Test & Evaluation
- TA11: Asset Management
- TA12: Communications Engineering
- TA13: Security Engineering (CA)
- TA14: Telecommunications Support
- TA15: Computer-Telephony Integration
- TA16: Web Services
- TA17: Operations Support
- TA18: Hardware
- TA19: Software
- TA20: Managed Services
Contract Vehicle Available to: DISA, DoD, and other federal government agencies
Labor Categories: 88 IT Labor Categories Available; Designated key personnel positions are Task Order Project Manager, Principal Systems Architect, and Principal Information Engineer
For more information on our Seaport-E contract, please contact the following individuals at AMERICAN SYSTEMS:
Zone 1 - Northeast Zone
Steve Saunders - (401) 847-8280 ext 8012
Zone 2 - National Capital Zone
Steve Metz - (202) 266-4470
Zone 3 - Mid Atlantic Zone
Bob Coles - (757) 548-0708 ext 3016
Zone 4 - Gulf Coast Zone
Jeff Jancek - (407) 956-8220
Zone 5 - Midwest Zone
Bill Butler - (703) 968-5014
Zone 6 - Southwest Zone
Frank Muller - (619) 725-5339
Zone 7 - Northwest Zone
Randy Brezler - (360) 519-3347 ext 6601
Jack Baker - (703) 968-5225
Steve Metz - (202) 266-4470
Contract Number: N00178-04-D-4010
Title: Seaport Enhanced
Total Value (Ceiling): $38 Billion
Period of Performance: April 5, 2004 - April 4, 2019
AMERICAN SYSTEMS and our team members (PDF) are proud to be able to offer our engineering and technical services to Navy customers in all seven geographic zones under the SEAPORT Enhanced contract. We have compiled a diverse team with offices across the country in order to provide excellent, innovative solutions and dedicated technical services (PDF).
QA Program: Quality Assurance of AMERICAN SYSTEMS products and services will be performed throughout the life cycle of the contractual activity or the design, development, and integration of the product. Those QA procedures to be implemented are documented in the Program/Project Management Plan (PMP) or the manufacturing plan. The PMP, which will include a discussion of the quality elements for the products and services to be provided, is required to be approved at the program/project kickoff meeting and will be posted in the Project Development Tool (PDT) folder in MS Outlook. AMERICAN SYSTEMS will invoke the applicable tenets of Standard Policies and Procedures (SPP) 16 in the purchasing documents we provide to our subcontractors/vendors, which will constitute a formal flowdown of requirements that the subcontractor/vendor must meet in executing their scope of work.
Task Orders/Technical Instruction http://www.seaport.navy.mil/
Our Task Orders
DHS EAGLE II
For more information on our EAGLE II contract, please contact the following individuals at AMERICAN SYSTEMS:
Jim Colucci - (703) 968-5226
Deputy Program Manager
Bill Butler - (703) 968-5014
Jim Colucci - (703) 968-5226
Point(s) of Contact to provide information on customer satisfaction with the services performed will be provided on a Task Order basis. Please reach out to the AMERICAN SYSTEMS EAGLE II PMO for details.
Contract Number: HSHQDC-14-D-E2022
Title: DHS EAGLE II
Total Value (Ceiling): $22 Billion
Period of Performance:
The EAGLE II contract has a five (5) year base period (beginning on 7/31/2013 and extending to 7/31/2018) and one (1) two-year option period.
AMERICAN SYSTEMS and its Team Members shall provide the full range of IT services, technical and management expertise, and solution-related enabling products in one of the functional categories (FCs) to meet the mission needs of the Department of Homeland Security. As identified in individual task orders, information technology solutions/capabilities will support DHS on a world-wide basis.
The Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) is a Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide information technology (IT) solutions through performance of a wide range of support services.
AMERICAN SYSTEMS offers the following under FC1 – Service Delivery:
- System Design, Development, Implementation, and Integration
- Software Design and Development
- Operations and Maintenance
The types of TOs issued against EAGLE II may be Cost Reimbursement, Time and Materials (T&M), Labor-Hour (L-H), and Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP)
All TOs received under this contract can be viewed at: http://www.dhs.gov/eagle-ii
AMERICAN SYSTEMS commits to delivering high quality, cost-effective technology services and management solutions designed to meet or exceed client requirements and expectations throughout the life of the contract. We will empower employees and supporting personnel to infuse quality and excellence in the services and products we deliver, integrity in the manner in which we conduct our business, and manage all contract aspects with a proactive customer- centric focus.
Quality Management and Control. AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ Quality Management System operates under the Quality Assurance Policy and key delivery and business office functions are specifically certified under ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management Sytems – Requirements. Our corporate QMS is a comprehensive approach providing quality management guidance and independent assessment of project management and business management processes. Our QMS also includes management processes to monitor and measure performance against established metrics; these have proven to be effective on other IDIQ contracts to enhance visibility into performance and provide verifiable results. Internally, we will implement customer-focused, metrics-based monitoring and oversight to ensure each EAGLE II client's satisfaction, successful work product completion, and cost-effective, quality service throughout the duration of the contract.
AMERICAN SYSTEMS' VP will provide the PMO consulting and advisory support to ensure standard policies and procedures are implemented, matrix support staff is trained, and PMO and task order quality surveillance activities are planned and reviewed. All task order personnel are trained on our QMS on their first day as part of our task order orientation procedures. Our VP will be included in the initiation phase of new task orders to ensure that our standard processes are included in all QA plans; that tailored QASPs are prepared; and that any additional QA activities are identified. QA inspections and reviews, feedback, measurement, and analysis are key components of the QMS to ensure quality objectives are achieved. QA processes are applied to the internal program management-level operations and to project-specific work activities. As part of our QMS the VP ensures quarterly customer satisfaction evaluations—including EAGLE II PMO executive staff review and support of ongoing task orders—are conducted in accordance with established standard policies and procedures.
Quality Management Plan. AMERICAN SYSTEMS will include a specific Quality Management Plan (QMP) in each TORP response. This plan describes the quality management (QM) strategy and provides a basis for planning, performing, managing, monitoring, and measuring TO QM activities. The individual TORP response will address roles and responsibilities of the TO team to achieve the specific QM activities and methods planned to verify exceptional quality service and product delivery.
List of Team Members
NETCENTS-2: Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions, Small Business
Byron Johns - (703) 968-5264
Title: NETCENTS-2: Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions, Small Busiess
Total Value (Ceiling): $5.8 Billion
Period of Performance: April 2015 through May 2018, with four 1-year Option periods
Description: The Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) contracts provide the Air Force with a primary source of netcentric and IT products, services, and solutions. NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions support network operations, core enterprise services, and infrastructure development and operations. Learn more here (PDF).
- Enterprise Level Security/Management and Implementation/Operations
- Network Management and Network Defense
- Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Telephone Infrastructure and Services
Contract Vehicle Available to: All Federal Agencies without restrictions.
Title: DIA Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE)
Total Value (Ceiling): $6.0 Billion
Period of Performance: 5 year ordering period (basic period and four annual option periods)
- Base Period 17 July 2015 – 16 July 2016
- Option Period 1 17 July 2016 – 16 July 2017
- Option Period 2 17 July 2017 – 16 July 2018
- Option Period 3 17 July 2018 – 16 July 2019
- Option Period 4 17 July 2019 – 16 July 2020
The Enhanced Solutions for Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) contract provides worldwide coverage of IT requirements and technical support services supporting the Government through system design, development, fielding, and sustainment of global intelligence and Command and Control (C2) assets vital to the security of the United States (US). E-SITE, a multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, supports both classified and unclassified programs on multiple networks and security domains. The services and capabilities supported by the E-SITE contract will provide responsive, flexible, adaptive, and timely solutions for participating organizations to satisfy current and future IT requirements. E-SITE is a multiple award contract vehicle that allows for competition between E-SITE Task Orders for work at the Task Order level.
Task Areas Include:
- Functional Area 1 - Enterprise Activities and Services
- Functional Area 2 - Customer, Work Center and Field Support Services
- Functional Area 3 - Mission & Business Applications, Tools, Portals, and Web Services
- Functional Area 4 - Enterprise Computing, Storage, Shared and Field Services
- Functional Area 5 - Network and Communications Services
- Functional Area 6 - Cyber Security and Information Assurance Services
- Functional Area 7 - Other Special Services
Contract Vehicle Available to: Participating Agencies include DIA, CCMDs, Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard, Joint Reserve Intelligence Program, National Command Authorities, other Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies, multi-national partners (e.g., coalition and alliance), and both DoD and non-DoD members of the Intelligence Community (IC) or other departments or agencies that consume services from the IC members.
Labor Categories: 39 IT Labor Categories available over four levels.