Agile BPA Task Order for the HUD Disaster Data Recovery Portal Pilot Program
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Offers are due by February 21, 2017, at 3:00 pm EST.
The Disaster Data Recovery Portal Pilot is anticipated to replace the currently used system that involves a variety of data sharing methods ranging from the default method of sending physical media (e.g., CD-ROM, flash drive, portable hard drive, etc.) to a state-specific secure File Transfer Protocol (FTP) system. The Disaster Data Recovery Portal Pilot’s primary goal is to put an end to “double-dipping” by aid recipients while the secondary goal is to provide a secure and real-time (or as real-time as is feasibly possible) system to support state and local governments in their relief efforts.
What we're hoping to end up with
The scope of this call order is for the contractor to deliver the Disaster Data Recovery Portal Pilot system. The Period of Performance will cover creation of the registration/authentication system, a user interface that allows for the selection and sorting of all data as well as user-selected subsets of data, and a visualization of the data and/or subsets of data over GIS maps.
How to respond
Detailed instructions about how to respond are explained in section 6.0 of our RFQ.
Details about what we're looking for from a Project Manager (PM) and Technical Lead are explained in section 6.1.2 of our PWS.
Period of performance
There will be a Base Period of 4 months. Details, including the official start date, are explained in section 3.0 of our RFQ.
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