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Contract Number: 
HSHQDC-14-D-E2018

Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions (EAGLE II) IDIQ contract supports DHS in Functional Category 1 Service Delivery. This category includes the full range of services and products in support of developing, implementing, and maintaining technology to support the DHS mission and business functions across the entire lifecycle of a program. SRA will provide a full range of IT services and solutions to include system design, development, implementation, and integration, software design and development, and operations and maintenance.

SRA has provided support to DHS components for more than 16 years, establishing a solid partnership upon which to build mission success. With a team of experienced professionals, we offer top-notch support in a wide variety of function areas. Our innovative initiatives demonstrate our in-depth knowledge of DHS, as exhibited by successful past performance on large, complex, enterprise-wide programs.

SRA Advantages Recognition for delivering quality results as a performance-based environment industry leader in managing mission critical ID/IQ contracts through:

  • A recruitment, training, and retention program that is a model for the IT industry
  • A disciplined approach to ensure maximum participation by small and mid-sized partners
  • A commitment to provide DHS an unprecedented level of support Corporate-wide CMMI-SE/SW Level 3 rating standardizes our management processes based on external SCAMPI appraisal EVMS self-verified to be fully compliant with all 32 guidelines in EIA-748A

Subcontractors

  • Core Team
    • Henkels & McCoy, Inc.
    • Wildflower International, Ltd.
  • Other Team Members
    • Best Value Technology, Inc.
    • COACT, Inc.
    • Command Decisions Systems & Solutions, Inc.
    • Competitive Innovations, LLC
    • Crystal Management LLC
    • Innovative Analytics and Training, LLC
    • MicroSys, LLC
    • S4, Inc.
    • Stanfield Systems, Inc.
    • Sure Secure Solutions
    • Tiger Team Consulting, LLC

Task Order Process

QA Process

SRA's Quality Assurance (QA) process is compliant with industry best practices such ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System (QMS) Standard and CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model and Integration (CMMI) Level 3 Maturity Model as defined in our Project Management Handbook (PMH) and Enterprise Lifecycle Integration and Technology Engineering (ELITE®) Methodology. SRA’s ELITE®) Methodology  spans the entire enterprise life cycle, from strategic planning, enterprise architecture, and business process reengineering through system development, implementation, and institutionalization of change, including managing the on-going IT operations services.  Standard methodologies prove their value when they address a project’s specific needs and provide practical guidance and tools for the project team. ELITE® does not dictate a specific life cycle, set of techniques, or specific tools. Each project uses a subset of the ELITE® processes to perform its engineering work, based on the project scope of work. At program startup, a project selects the applicable techniques and tools to efficiently and effectively implement the ELITE® processes.

SRA’s documented QA processes ensure that reviews and verifications required by these processes represent unbiased assessments of the quality of our products and services. These QA processes address planning, tracking, reporting, scheduling, and leading QA activities at the project level as addressed in required QA Plans. Through peer and independent reviews, we ensure the clarity, compliance, presentation, and completeness of all deliverables. Each project is assigned an independent Project QA Official (PQAO) who reports to a corporate officer working outside of the TO chain, but within the QA process. The PQAO conducts independent quality reviews to ensure compliance with customer requirements and tailored SRA processes, CMMI Level 3, ISO standards, and ensure that project teams are implementing the appropriate documented quality control procedures.  

Sustainability

SRA's Quality Assurance (QA) process is compliant with industry best practices such ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System (QMS) Standard and CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model and Integration (CMMI) Level 3 Maturity Model as defined in our Project Management Handbook (PMH) and Enterprise Lifecycle Integration and Technology Engineering (ELITE®) Methodology. SRA’s ELITE®) Methodology  spans the entire enterprise life cycle, from strategic planning, enterprise architecture, and business process reengineering through system development, implementation, and institutionalization of change, including managing the on-going IT operations services.  Standard methodologies prove their value when they address a project’s specific needs and provide practical guidance and tools for the project team. ELITE® does not dictate a specific life cycle, set of techniques, or specific tools. Each project uses a subset of the ELITE® processes to perform its engineering work, based on the project scope of work. At program startup, a project selects the applicable techniques and tools to efficiently and effectively implement the ELITE® processes.

SRA’s documented QA processes ensure that reviews and verifications required by these processes represent unbiased assessments of the quality of our products and services. These QA processes address planning, tracking, reporting, scheduling, and leading QA activities at the project level as addressed in required QA Plans. Through peer and independent reviews, we ensure the clarity, compliance, presentation, and completeness of all deliverables. Each project is assigned an independent Project QA Official (PQAO) who reports to a corporate officer working outside of the TO chain, but within the QA process. The PQAO conducts independent quality reviews to ensure compliance with customer requirements and tailored SRA processes, CMMI Level 3, ISO standards, and ensure that project teams are implementing the appropriate documented quality control procedures.  

Contacts
Program Manager
Peter Kuhmerker
571.290.7949
Contracts
Fernando Pidal
703.876.1099
Other
Michele Engelhart
215.962.2132

Contract Details

Sponsor Agency: 
Department of Homeland Security
Eligible Users: 
DHS HQ and DHS Components
Period of Performance: 
May 9, 2014 – September 26, 2018
Geographic Coverage: 
World-Wide
Prompt Payment Terms: 
Net 30
DUNS Numbers: 
09-777-9698