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Wildflower's mission on ITES-3H is to enhance Army capabilities by partnering with and supporting the implementation of Network Enterprise Technology Command's (NETCOM) Networthiness Program.
ITES-3H equipment integrates and enhances Army Net-operations/Net-centric capabilities, while providing a common look and feel for Army applications at all levels of both the strategic and tactical Army enterprise. Emphasis is placed on equipment that can be updated or enhanced in order to incorporate long-term migration strategies with performance enhancements for initiatives such as the Global Information Grid (GIG), Future Combat Systems (FCS), Information Assurance (IA) policies, and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) policies. The equipment must comply with existing Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of Army standardization and interoperability policies.
These contracts are available to the Army, other DOD agencies, and all other Federal agencies, and authorized Government contractors supporting these agencies IAW the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.251-7000.
It is mandatory for all customers to submit Request for Quotes (RFQs) over $3,000 using the RFQ tool on CHESS IT e-mart or by using a reverse auctioning site, such as FedBid. It is also mandatory that the contractor use the IT e-mart RFQ Tool, if the RFQ is submitted via IT e-mart, to acknowledge customer RFQ's either by indicating that a quote will be provided or by responding with a no-bid. If the contractor provides a no-bid response, the no-bid response and the rationale for not bidding shall be submitted for each RFQ to the IT e-mart in the location provided for the no-bid responses no later than the RFQ due date. The time allotted for acknowledging customer RFQ is two Government working days. The contractor shall send a formal response to the customer within five Government working days regarding its intent to propose a solution unless the quote is due in a shorter timeframe. In the event the contractor receives a request for quote from the customer via email, direct phone call, etc., (with the exception of FedBid) the contractor must direct the customer to place the RFQ using the RFQ Tool on the IT e-mart. The CHESS Product Leader shall also be notified that the customer has been advised to place the RFQ on IT e-mart.
Contract Number: W52P1J-16-D-0015
Eligibility: ARMY: GWAC
Period of Performance: Base: 22 Feb 2016-21 Feb 2019
Option1: 22 Feb 2019 - 21 Feb 2020
Option 2: 22 Feb 202 - 21 Feb 2021
NAICS Code: 541519 IT VAR (Footnote18)
DUNS No: 61-971-9693
Cage Code: 079R2
Contractor Status: Small, Woman-owned, HUBZone
Business Unit Director:Andre Chang
ITES Sales Team
Client Care/Order Status: 505-983-7156
Warranty Support: 1-844-446-9453
Wildflower ITES-3-H Catalog: ITES-3H Catalog
Official ITES-3H Ordering Guide: ITES-3H Ordering Guide