Here’s why dozens of federal agencies trust NITAAC to support their IT Modernization requirements.
The current push for modernization is not just about updating or replacing old technology. It’s about "creating the platform for change”—that is, finding more cost-effective, innovative approaches for delivering IT services, and for improving service to the citizen. As the pace of modernization accelerates, many agencies find themselves struggling to keep up.
The Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) has received $225 million through the annual budget process and $1 Billion through the American Rescue Plan to fund modernization projects. To date 45 projects across 27 agencies have been funded. In addition to the TMF projects, agencies are working to create a more modern environment.
Whatever your modernization requirements, our Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicles can help. CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP3 Small Business are good choices for agencies looking to develop innovative solutions based on cutting-edge technology. The program includes 137 different labor categories (more can be added at the task order level), and supports almost every contract type in the FAR.
CIO-CS, on the other hand, provides easy access to a wide range of commodities and commodity-based solutions (like managed services) that can be deployed either on premise or in the cloud. The offerings are always current, with a Technology Refresh Process that enables product updates to be added as soon as they become available. The contract includes both original equipment manufacturers and value-added resellers.
Our contract holders support all components of IT Modernization identified by the CIO Counsel:
- Prioritize the Modernization of High-Risk High Value Assets (HVAs)
- Modernize the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC)
- Consolidate Network Acquisitions and Management
- Enable use of Commercial Cloud
- Accelerate Adoption of Cloud Email and Collaboration Tools
NITAAC Contract Holders have helped federal civilian and defense agencies modernize old technology for an obligated value of close to a Billion dollars. Agency requirements ranged from application procurements to ServiceNow Support.