SNAP was awarded the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Division Information Office Application Modernization Development and Support (DIOMDS) contract in 2013. It is a 10 year multiple-award Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract for commercial information technology modernization, development and support services.
Application Modernization, Development and Support services represent a significant portion of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Office of Information Technology (OIT) application development requirements. The primary goal of this acquisition is to establish an IDIQ for application development and support services with a suite of task orders placed against the IDIQ. This shall include a range of development and support services required to provide solutions to the SEC program offices. The scope of this contract comprises of five comprehensive development and support functional areas as described below:
Functional Area 1 - Software Maintenance and Enhancements:
The SEC requires software maintenance and enhancement support to cover the entire SDLC process for the current legacy applications and future new applications. This area also requires assistance in evaluating the need for enhancements in the legacy application vs. migrating to new/existing application.
Functional Area 2 - Application Re-Engineering and Modernization:
The SEC requires support in application modernization efforts and evaluation of the current application architecture as well as a re-engineered solution to turn over the applications to the latest technology and plan for development of a proposed solution covering the entire SDLC process from project initiation and concept of operations through turnover to production operations and maintenance.
Functional Area 3 - New Application Development with full SDLC:
The SEC requires software development services and expertise for the delivery of custom applications for web, mobile and emerging platforms to cover the entire SDLC process. This work includes the collaboration with the OIT organization, the business stakeholders and various offices within OIT to gather and understand requirements design and build end-to-end solutions to meet the business requirements in support of the agency mission, and provide data migration and transition plans. The SEC also requires support in the transition of systems to production operations and close coordination with other maintenance contractors supporting OIT Operations. New application development includes consolidation of applications to promote reuse of systems across divisions.
Functional Area 4 - Production Deployment including implementation of COTS Products:
The SEC requires technical support and documentation required to successfully deploy new systems, applications, and enhancements in the production.
Functional Area 5 - Transfer of Knowledge:
This contract requires training and transition of all application documentation and procedures necessary for application production maintenance to the SEC and various project teams. The SEC also requires support for the knowledge transfer of newly developed or enhanced applications to the respective application production maintenance team.