DoD Wide ESI Catalog RSA, GIGAMON
Contract Number: N66001-21-A-0031
- Period of Performance: Ending July 14, 2029
DoD ESI has awarded Blanket Purchase Agreements for Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM) software products which includes: software license, subscriptions, maintenance, support, and services to support Information Technology (IT) operations across the DoD enterprise.
Blanket Purchase Agreements were awarded to Carahsoft Technology Corp. under DoD ESI for ASG Technologies, Blackberry, Corelight, Decision Lens, Delphix, Denodo, FireEye, Flexera, Fornetix, Gigamon, Packet Viper, RSA and Sonatype. These are agreements with a period of performance from 23 Nov 2020 to 14 July 2029.
The BPAs are open for ordering by the “DoD Departments and Agencies” on a world-wide basis. “Departments and Agencies” are defined by the Title 48 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 202.101. In addition, “DoD or Agencies” includes the Intelligence Community (IC) and the U.S. Coast Guard. For the purposes of this BPA, a DoD component is defined as follows: the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Military Departments, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Unified Combatant Commands, the Inspector General of the Department of Defense (DoD IG), the Defense Agencies, the DoD Field Activities, the U. S. Coast Guard, Intelligence Communities (IC) and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) with a Letter of Authorization. GSA or other applicable ordering agencies /organizations, ordering on behalf of the DOD and/or FMS, are authorized to place Orders under this BPA and must comply with DFARS 208.74. Government contractors performing work for a DoD Component (as defined above) may place Orders under this BPA on behalf of and for the benefit of the DoD entity if authorized by their cognizant Contracting Officer in accordance with the requirements of FAR 51 and/or DFARS 251 as appropriate.
The BPAs were awarded competitively against GSA schedule. Ordering under the BPAs is decentralized. Customers shall use their normal contracting office to process orders in accordance with FAR Part 8. It is the responsibility of the Ordering Officer to ensure compliance with all fiscal laws prior to issuing an order under a BPA, and to ensure that the vendor selected represents the best value for the requirement being ordered (see FAR 8.404).