Overall Program Summary:
The General Services Administration (GSA) currently manages telecommunications acquisition programs that provide close to $2 billion of services annually to more than 130 government agencies. The current generation of national and regional programs—including Networx, WITS3 and more than 80 Local Service Agreements—will expire in 2020. GSA is in the process of establishing a single new program, GSA Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS), to replace all of these. This GSA Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) is planned to serve as a flexible, solution-oriented vehicle that will allow agencies to define, acquire and manage the networks serving their individual mission needs over its 15 year contract life.
The EIS is:
Noblis aims to assist federal agencies in the transition to EIS. Join the Noblis team with our excellent reputation for helping clients make complex procurement decisions. Clients depend on us to help them anticipate, conceive, architect, assess, prove, deploy, and manage mission-critical technology-based infrastructures, and lowering operating costs.
The Telecom Acquisition Technical SMEs will either lead solutions development or be part of a solutions development team. The SMEs will be responsible to develop specific Agency solutions to mitigate network weaknesses, single point of failures (SPOFs) and increase network resilience when and where necessary. The transition tasks will include preparing Statements of Work/Request for Proposals, based on well-defined technical requirements; participation in technical evaluations of vendor responses; writing evaluation reports for contracting and GSA program office; and making or recommending source selection decisions. Examples include wireless and wireline voice/data/video services and equipment, wide area transport and access services (Optical fiber, wavelength services, Ethernet, IP-MPLS, satellite), virtual private network (VPN) and managed network services, and other network-based services such as cloud-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), call center services, and network security services.
The Technical Engineer will also work with accomplished Noblis experts to provide a wide range of consulting services and expertise, including systems engineering, strategic IT infrastructure technology planning, acquisition strategy, requirements development, source selection support, operations planning, policy development, and program management support. As part of a Noblis team, candidates will work closely with government clients to understand current issues and challenges, generate practical and effective solutions, and assist with acquisition, deployment, management of those solutions, typically working “on the government side of the table” as an unbiased, trusted partner.
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Applicants selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Noblis is an equal opportunity employer.
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