Purchasing cloud computing services through SeaPorte is a simple process. The SeaPorte task order process is streamlined so that you can implement cloud computing for your department in a timely manner. Further information available at Process of Purchasing Cloud Computing through SeaPorte.
Process of Purchasing Cloud Computing through SeaPorte
To comply with the SeaPorte purchasing processes; the awardees have the opportunity to complete for SeaPorte task orders in fair competition with performance based statements of work when required. Opportunities are available in a e-commerce style portal which presents solicitations for task order competition. The contract prohibits time and materials orders and undefined orders. Each indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contract (MAC) is for a base of five (5) years with two five (5) year options which allow for long-term partnerships
Role of The Government Purchasing Cloud Computing Through SeaPorte
The Government reserves the right to assess responses against determination criteria contained in the proposed task order. The Government’s determination is based upon, as a base, value/cost and past execution. Assessment of past performance will be reviewed for each IDIQ holder’s past execution information page and other source selection criteria.
In summary, purchasing cloud computing through seaporte can be considered a streamlined procurement of cloud computing services with SeaPorte for a simplified acquisition process quite similar to other multiple award contract vehicles.
Available on SeaPort-e Contract Number N00178-09-D-5681
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