Federal agencies face serious challenges every day that require them to solve complex problems while ensuring quality of performance, management, and accountability in the process – all in the face of significant budget constraints. At TMG, we work deliberately to innovate and drive breakthrough results that empower agencies to focus on and achieve their mission.
It is easy to work with TMG through various government-wide and departmental contract vehicles. We currently serve Federal agencies and multiple branches of the DOD through the following contracts, which call upon TMG’s expertise across its entire services and solutions portfolio, including strategic, operational, security, and applications.
If you would like to learn more about TMG contract vehicles, e-mail or call 757.627.1015.
SeaPort-e refers to the U.S. Navy's electronic platform for procuring support services that cut across 22 of the department's functional areas, which include engineering, financial management, and program management. The department-wide, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contract under SeaPort-e supports serves Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, the United States Marine Corp, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).
The General Services Administration's government-wide acquisition contract for information technology is a multiple award contract known as Schedule 70. The schedule of prequalified vendors enables cost effective delivery of information technology and telecommunications hardware, software, and professional services. The vehicle's quick and convenient ordering procedures allow Federal, state and local agencies and activities to place orders directly with TMG. Under its GSA Schedule 70, TMG provides information technology professional services including, but not limited to, strategic IT planning, systems implementation, IT infrastructure support, applications management and maintenance, business process outsourcing, independent verification and validation, and systems security services.
IT Schedule 70, Information Technology Professional Services
General Services Administration
Alliant is a government-wide, multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract designed to provide worldwide information technology solutions to federal agencies. With a five-year base, five-year option period and $50 billion ceiling, awards under Alliant provide for the procurement of any and all components of an integrated information technology solution, including all current and any new technologies that may emerge during the length of the contract. It also includes IT systems and services in support of National Security Systems.
The Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) is an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract managed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Information Technology Acquisitions and Assessment Center (NITAAC). CIO-SP3 has a ceiling value of up to $20 billion over 10 years.Through CIO-SP3, Department of Defense and civilian agencies can purchase a wide range of services across 10 task areas to meet health, scientific, administrative, operational, managerial, and information management requirements. The goal of the contract is to provide government agencies the ability to quickly solicit and purchase needed IT solutions and services at reasonable prices.
For the CIO-SP3 contract, TMG went through a comprehensive screening process, including review of technical capabilities, past performance, price, and cost.
Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3
EAGLE is a $8 billion department-wide, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for acquiring information technology solutions to support the Department of Homeland Security in the following five functional categories: engineering design, development, implementation and integration; operations and maintenance; independent test, evaluation, validation and verification; software development; and management support services. The EAGLE contract vehicle was first awarded in 2006.
Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions
Department of Homeland Security
EAGLE II is the next generation, indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity contract following the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) EAGLE contract. The objective of this follow-on vehicle is to provide IT support services to the Department in functional areas including service delivery of a full range of solutions to support development, implementation and maintenance of DHS technology, program support services to DHS offices and programs, and independent test, validation, verification and evaluation services to ensure quality performance of DHS IT products. TMG is currently pursuing Eagle II as a prime contractor.
EAGLE Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II Department of Homeland Security
ENCORE II is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract that provides information technology solutions for activities throughout all operating levels of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and its customer organizations to support their functional requirements. Such requirements include DISA Command and Control (C2), Intelligence, and mission support areas. The contract also supports all elements of the Global Information Grid (GIG). Specific services available through ECORE II include enterprise IT policy and planning, integrated solutions management, performance benchmarking, business process reengineering, requirements analysis, market research and prototyping, information and knowledge engineering, application development, communications engineering, test and evaluation, among others.
Defense Information Systems Agency
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Financial Management Systems Software (FMSS) supports software licensing, and software support and maintenance. This includes the transition of the FMSS to a new, supportable platform. The period of performance of the contract is through 31 December 2015.
ITES - 2S is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract established by the U.S. Army Small Computer Program Office to support the Army's strategic vision, mission, and objectives. The contract provides for the procurement of a full range of services and solutions to support the Army's enterprise infrastructure and info-structure goals worldwide, including support services to meet its Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information Management (C4IM) requirements.
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Information Technology Enterprise Solutions
TMG is part of the winning team of a five-year, multiple award, IDIQ contract by the U.S. Army Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD). The contract is for a three-year base period with two one-year option periods and a six-month optional extension period.
Under the contract, we will provide performance-based Business and Analytics services and support associated with the development, production, fielding, maintenance, sustainment, and improvement of all Biological Defense, Contamination Avoidance, Chemical and Biological Medical Systems, Guardian, and related Information and Protection Systems.
U.S. Army Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD)
The National Guard Bureau Joint Doctrine, Training, and Force Development (NGB-J7) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) is designed to support the Joint Doctrine, Education, Training, Exercises, and Lessons Learned relating to National Guard Joint Force Development. Specific NGB-J7 divisions supported under this BPA include: Directorate Support Staff (DSS), Joint Advanced Concepts and Doctrine (JAC), Joint Exercise Division (JED), Joint Training and Education (JTE) Division. Functional knowledge areas included within the BPA are: Joint Doctrine, NGB Doctrine, federal and state/territory National Guard operations, joint military education, joint training, organizational development, learning psychology, curriculum design, and technologies for learning and organizational collaboration.
NGB J7National Guard Bureau Joint Doctrine, Training, and Force DevelopmentArmy National Guard Bureau
The Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) Training and Management Assistance (TMA) contract provides Federal Government agencies and some state and local governments customized training/learning solutions to maximize individual, team, and enterprise performance. The total ceiling value for the contract is $200 million with a period of performance which extended to 2013.
The OPTARSS II contract provides military Support to Continental United States (CONUS) and outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) mobilization and deployment planning and execution. These services provide the infrastructure necessary to promote Army readiness and ensure that commanders have the ability to operate systematically, strategically and skillfully when supporting the defense of our country. OPTARSS II is a master, ID/IQ, multiple award task order contract. The contract allows maximum flexibility to expedite the ordering process for the Army and Department of Defense (DoD).
TacCom is a multiple award IDIQ established to provide a full array of communications hardware, infrastructure services, and sustainment support to DHS, DHS components, and partner agencies, including the White House Communications Agency, Department of State, Department of Justice, and Department of Interior.
TacCom supports requirements development and RF system design through logistics support, site development, environmental analysis, construction, Change Management, Training, and system implementation, we reduce risks, promote program continuity, and excel in customer satisfaction. Our organization is fully integrated, and made responsive by a certified, process-based program management framework that is fully prepared to support DHS TacCom mission requirements.
Tactical Communications (TacCom) Support, Department of Homeland Security (DHS)