Teracore offers its federal clients a number of contracting options to streamline the procurement process. Current contract vehicles include EAGLE II, TIPSS-4 ITS, Schedule 70, PSS, CIMS, and VETS II.
Provides Federal Government agencies with integrated Information Technology (IT) solutions for evolving needs on a global basis. The vehicle allows for the application of technology to meet business needs including the ability to perform all current, leading edge and/or emerging IT services required to satisfy all IT services requirements anywhere and anytime worldwide. It includes new, leading edge and emerging technologies that will evolve over the life of the contract as supported by the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA), Department of Defense Information Enterprise Architecture (DoD IEA) Reference Models.
The VETS 2 GWAC is the only GWAC set aside exclusively for Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). It’s designed to meet diverse agency IT services requirements, including new and emerging technologies. Click Here to visit our VETS II contract page.
Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) is the next generation of EAGLE Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. Functional Category 2 – Information Technology Program Support Services provides the full range of business and technical management services in support of DHS offices or programs. Click here to visit our EAGLE II contract website.
Total Information Processing Support Services-4 (TIPSS-4) Information Technology Services (ITS) is a multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a 10 year period of performance and a program ceiling of $4 billion. TIPSS-4 ITS offers a full suite of design, development, deployment, operations and maintenance services to the IRS, Department of Treasury and its Bureaus. Teracore is a subcontractor to Booz Allen Hamilton under TIPSS-4 ITS.
IT Schedule 70 is the largest and most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. Teracore is a supplier under the General Services Administration Federal Supply Service (FSS) Schedule Contract Number: GS-35F-124CA. Under Schedule 70, Teracore is eligible to compete for both Small Business and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business set-asides. Through our GSA flexible contract vehicle, Teracore offers a variety of Information Technology services in ten general areas of expertise. They include:
- IT Systems Development Services
- IT Systems Analysis Services
- Automated Information Systems Design and Integration Services
- IT Facility Operation and Maintenance
- Programming Services
- IT Backup and Security Services
- IT Data Conversion Services
- IT Network Management Services
- Automated News Services, Data Services, or Other Information Services
- Other Information Technology Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Teracore is a supplier under the General Services Administration (GSA) Professional Services Schedule (PSS) Contract Number: GS-10F-0083T under the Federal Supply Schedule program. Through this flexible contract vehicle, Federal Agencies can procure a full range of management, organizational and business improvement consulting services. Teracore provides services under the following functional areas: 874-1 Consulting Services, 874-7 Program Integration and Project Management Support and 520-15 Financial Management Services.
Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Information Management Services (CIMS) is a multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. CIMS offers a wide variety of full life-cycle IT services to its users. Teracore is a subcontractor to ICF International. We have the ability to offer Information Management services including planning, design, development, maintenance, engineering, integration, and retirement of information systems and Management Consulting services , e.g. business analysis, business case development, performance management, process improvement, business process reengineering, decision support and analytics, program vulnerability and risk assessment, project and program management, capital planning and portfolio assessment, enterprise architecture, strategic planning, organizational study and design, transformation and change management, and human capital and workforce analysis. CIMS has a 10 year period of performance and a program ceiling of $5 billion.