FDIC ITAS II ATV2 TBOA
Contract Number: CORHQ-17-G-0512
Period of Performance:
Base Period: 08 /05/2019 to 08/04/2020
Option Period 1: 08 /05/2020 to 08/04/2021
Option Period 2: 08 /05/2021 to 08/04/2022
Option Period 3: 08 /05/2022 to 05/30/2023
The FDIC is a non-appropriated entity of the Federal Government. It is an independent government corporation created by Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s banking system. The FDIC preserves and promotes public confidence in the U.S. financial system by insuring deposits in banks and thrift institutions. To accomplish its mission, the FDIC identifies, monitors, and addresses risks to the deposit insurance funds, and limits the effect on the financial system when a bank or thrift institution fails.
FDIC recognizes that the creation of a high-performing Agile team is an investment, the benefits of which are realized by continuing to leverage the skills and abilities of that team for as long as possible. Accordingly, the expectation is that, as high-performing Agile teams are developed, they will be retained and reassigned to additional workstreams should the work required by their current program be exhausted
FDIC is interested in decreasing the time required to deliver digital solutions to the FDIC business line, to increase agility in responding to changes in both the business and the technology. In order to do this, FDIC is expanding the use of Agile techniques for solution development, delivery and support and is seeking contract support in the provision and operation of Agile teams. The scope of work to be performed by such Agile teams will fall mainly, although not exclusively, in these areas:
- Development, testing, deployment and support for new digital solutions which incorporate new and emerging technologies and architectures, working collaboratively with FDIC’s Enterprise Architecture Branch, and other FDIC branch, personnel to support efforts to continually adjust to changing target technical architectures;
- Support for functionality currently automated by FDIC's existing portfolio of legacy software products and solutions. Such support will generally be provided in the form of modernization through reengineering or retirement/replacement, again supporting FDIC’s efforts to adjust to changing target technical architectures; and
- Collaboration with and/or transition of work streams to other Agile teams, other FDIC organizational components, other agencies and other stakeholder groups as needed.
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