Mar 2, 2012

Social Security Moving Towards Awarding Contracts For Occupational Information System

     This was posted yesterday on (and the question marks are in the original):
This is a REQUEST FOR INFORMATION. It is NOT a solicitation for proposals, proposal abstracts, or quotations and in no way obligates the Government to award a contract.

The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) is to identify potential vendors that are capable of assisting in researching and performing job analysis data collection and developing a comprehensive Occupational Information System (OIS). SSA is also seeking feedback from industry on processes under consideration. The information provided in response to this RFI will be used in SSA?s market research efforts and procurement planning purposes which include:? The availability and capability of potential sources;

? Assistance with appropriate acquisition strategy (e.g., one procurement for all requirements or more than one procurement based on specialty skills).

? The best methodologies and processes to use to accomplish our goals
      There's an "interested vendors" list that has only one name on it at the moment but that list will surely grow.

No comments: