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D -- DOLAR$ Replacement Program

Notice Date
Notice Type
Special Notice
Contracting Office
Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, Procurement Services Center, N5416 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20210-0001
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Response Due
Archive Date
Point of Contact
Angel Perez, Chief, Branch of Contract Negotiations/ADP, Phone (202) 693-4570, Fax (202) 693-4579, - Julie Lawrence, Contract Negotiator, Phone (202) 693-4570, Fax (202) 693-4579,
E-Mail Address
perez-angel@dol.gov, lawrence-julie@dol.gov
The Department of Labor (DOL) has decided to acquire a replacement core finan-cial management system for its Department of Labor Accounting and Related Systems (DOLAR$) using performance-based acquisition techniques. It has also decided to use Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 8 procedures to issue task orders against the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) for this initiative. Using FAR Part 8 procedures, DOL is reviewing and analyzing companies on the GSA FSS that may have the capability to develop and implement an enterprise-wide solution of the size and complexity of the DOLAR$ Replacement Program using innovative approaches and methods in a performance-based environment. Before proceeding further under FAR Part 8, DOL would like all qualified GSA FSS schedule holders to respond to this request for information (RFI) by July 7, 2003. DOL expects to complete our capability assessment and then issue a draft request for quotations (RFQ) in mid July 2003 to those GSA contractors it deter-mines to be the most capable. The final RFQ will be issued approximately 2 weeks after the draft, with an anticipated award date, on or before September 30, 2003. The RFQ will be issued with a statement of objectives (SOO) for the Financial Management System Implementation Project (FMSIP). The SOO will outline the project?s objectives and the definitions of success for each objective, as well as identify any of the project?s technical and management considerations and con-straints. The GSA contractors will be asked to use the SOO and its related infor-mation to prepare a quotation, including a technical approach, on how DOL?s ob-jectives will be met with the contractor?s unique solution. The participating con-tractors will also be asked to align solutions with the project?s objectives and identify performance measures, incentives, and disincentives for meeting those objectives. DOL anticipates a comprehensive acquisition for FMSIP, including the software, hardware, and services necessary for the SI to successfully achieve DOL?s objectives. DOL expects the period of performance to be 3 years beginning September 30, 2003. Your company should only contact the contracting officer issuing this letter if there are questions about any aspect of this acquisition. Interested parties may not contact technical personnel of DOL about this acquisition. The contracting officer may be contacted at 202-693-4570. ALL ATTACHMENTS PERTAINING TO THIS RFI-TN-03-28 ARE UPLOADED ON THE FED BIZ OPPS FOR YOUR REFERENCE.
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