VITA continues to implement its sourcing strategy for infrastructure services currently with Northrop Grumman under the Comprehensive Infrastructure Agreement.
VITA has released two Requests for Information (RFI), one in 2015 and one in 2016. Additionally, VITA released six Request for Proposals (RFP) for infrastructure services. Three of the RFPs are in process and three have been awarded. Request for Proposals related to the IT Infrastructure Services Program (ITISP) are published on eVA. Future procurements will be published on the future procurements board and existing procurements are published on the solicitations board.
Managed Security Services RFP documents
Server, Storage and Data Center Services RFP documents
End User Services, Hardware and Print RFP documents
Server, Data Center and Security Services RFI documents
IT Infrastructure Services Market Research RFI documents
The commonwealth's contract with Northrop Grumman – the Comprehensive Infrastructure Services Agreement (CIA) - for information technology (IT) infrastructure services expires July 1, 2019. VITA must prepare, seek input, and transition services to ensure continuity and reliability of IT infrastructure services leading up to and through that date. The development of recommendations is VITA's top priority for 2015 and was accomplished with help from its stakeholders. VITA competitively procured sourcing advisory consulting services with Integris Applied for the purposes of assisting with this phase in 2015.
Learn more about the IT Infrastructure Services with Northrop Grumman under the CIA.
VITA and the commonwealth require a strategy for the IT enterprise across state government that accounts for needs, cost, performance, flexibility, standards and security. The new strategy considers:
The development and implementation of this strategy for the commonwealth's future technology enterprise is a journey. This engagement is more than a transaction – it is a change management program in a large, complex political environment. IT and business leaders from agencies and the commonwealth must play a role throughout the process, as there will be tradeoffs. VITA will look for short term wins along the way.
VITA recognizes that one of the most critical success factors for this change initiative is outreach and engagement across the commonwealth.
Toward that end, VITA established an IT Sourcing Steering Committee, comprised of stakeholders representing agency and commonwealth needs, financial and policy matters, and feasibility of implementing recommendations. This committee meets monthly to provide input and guidance to the program. In addition, VITA is continually providing communication to stakeholders via existing forums such as Customer Advisory Council, AITR meetings, ITAC and newsletters. The IT Infrastructure Services Program is comprised of change management, sourcing and transitions to future services.
|Sharon Kitchens||Department of Taxation, Chief Technology Officer|
|Brian Logwood||Department of Planning and Budget, Associate Director of General Government|
|Gina Burgin||Finance Secretariat, Deputy Secretary|
|Jason Powell||Senate Finance Committee, Legislative Analyst|
|Skip Maupai||House Appropriations Committee, Legislative Fiscal Analyst|
|Dr. Jeff Stern||Department of Emergency Management, State Coordinator|
|Dana Smith||VITA, Executive Director of Administration and Finance|
|Ernie Steidle||Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services, Chief Operating Officer|
|Chad Wirz (chair)||VITA, Executive Director of Service Management and Delivery|
Contact ITISP at ITInfrastructureServicesProgram@vita.virginia.gov