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FCW : April 15, 2014
is the deadline to submit proposals for the intelligence community's $6 billion E-SITE contract May 16 April 15, 2014 FCW.COM 9 Anne Rung, chief acquisition of cer at the General Services Administration, is heading to the White House to lead the Of ce of Federal Procurement Policy. Rung will replace Joe Jordan as administrator of OFPP. Jordan stepped down in January to accept a position as president of public sector at FedBid, a rm that offers a reverse-auction mar- ketplace in which companies compete for government business by bidding down their prices. Rung was named GSA s chief acqui- sition of cer in May 2012 and took on the added role of associate administra- tor of the Of ce of Governmentwide Policy in August 2013. When GSA Administrator Dan Tang- herlini announced Rung s appoint- ment to the asso- ciate administrator position, he said, "Anne has been a vital part of our agency since April of last year, serving as our chief acqui- sition of cer and a senior adviser to me on a number of issues. She brings extensive experience in public service at both the state and federal levels." Before joining GSA, Rung served as senior director of administration at the Commerce Department, where she implemented several management initiatives, including acquisition reform. She won a Federal 100 award from FCW in 2012 for her leadership of Commerce s Cost Reduction Project, which resulted in signi cant cost sav- ings while promoting participation goals for small and disadvantaged busi- nesses and improving the acquisition workforce s productivity. --- Mark Rockwell Anne Rung leaves GSA for White House Anne Rung At FCW's 25th Federal 100 gala, Frank Reeder was honored for his role in creating the awards program. He led the information policy branch at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the late 1980s when he approached FCW's editors about finding a way to shine a light on the good things happening in government. The result was the Federal 100 awards that continue to this day. Reeder recognized for role in launching Federal 100 The Defense Department has final- ized the solicitation for its $6 billion, ve-year contract vehicle to support IT acquisition across the intelligence community. Enhanced Solutions for Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) is vast in scope and primarily focuses on top- secret networks worldwide. According to the unclassi ed solici- tation, E-SITE spans hardware, soft- ware, services, support, networks and communications, and it covers "sys- tem design, development, elding, and sustainment of global intelligence and command and control assets vital to the security of the United States." The Defense Intelligence Agency is leading the contract, which encom- passes all the branches of the armed services, the entire intelligence com- munity and other agencies that are IC customers. The contract supports an IT modern- ization effort at DIA. In the near term, agency of cials hope to enable secure information sharing and transformed infrastructure. By the time the con- tract ends in 2020, DIA plans to have classi ed intelligence data hosted in a secure environment with mobile access for users and the capacity to rapidly prototype and deploy apps for speci c mission needs. E-SITE is the successor to SITE (Solutions for Technology Enter- prise), a $6.6 billion IT contract that made awards in May 2010 to 11 ven- dors, including heavyweights Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics and SAIC. That contract expires in May 2015, around the time E-SITE is expected to announce awards. --- Adam Mazmanian DOD releases $6 billion intelligence IT solicitation ZAID HAMID
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