Notice Type: Presolicitation Notice
Classification Code: 70 - General purpose information technology equipment
Solicitation Number: N02RC42545-83
Contact: Gwennifer K. Epps, Contracting Officer, Phone 240-276-5445, Fax 240-276-5401, Email firstname.lastname@example.org -
Place of Performance (address): Building
Place of Performance (zipcode): 20892
Place of Performance Country: US
Only one award will be made as a result of this solicitation. This will be awarded as a firm fixed price type contract. It has been determined there are no opportunities to acquire green products or services for this procurement.
The Radiation Oncology Branch of the CCR (ROB) treats cancer patients with radiation according to approved clinical protocols and performs research to better understand the role of radiation in the treatment of disease.
For several years, ROB has utilized a patient management system from
Unfortunately, workflow within ROB utilizes three different domains. The first is the restricted subdomain that is used to support the actual clinically important equipment. This is the network within which ARIA operates. Personnel can access computers within this domain only by using computers specifically attached to it via static IP address and a restricted Active Directory. Next, there is the NIH (NCI) domain. This is what most desktop computers are attached to. Access to the Domain is controlled by the NIH or NCI IT departments. There are special security restrictions on this domain, such as logon via PIV card, which cannot be supported by the ROB domain without compromising its clinical functionality. There is no authentication across these domains; which means that people on the NIH domain cannot access equipment or programs on the ROB domain. Third, there is the Clinical Center domain (CC). All nursing computers are on the CC domain; even though they are located within ROB. There is also no authentication across domains in this case, as well.
The Radiation Oncology Branch of the CCR wishes to acquire a
Note: Contractor shall provide three Citrix Servers equivalent or superior to the following specifications for the server and hardware:
a. Dell R620 Server - 1U rack mount chassis,
b. PCI-E bus
c. Dual Intel Xenon E5-2620 2.00 GHz, 7.2T/s QPI, Turbo, 15M cache, 6C, 95W,
d. 32GB Memory (8x4GB), 1333MHz Dual Ranked RDIMMs,
e. Internal PERC H710P Integrated RAID Controller with 1GB of battery backed cache and with 50/50 read/write cache enabled,
f. 2-600GB, 10K RPM SAS 6.0 Gbps, 2.5" Hot Plug Hard Drives,
g. RAID-1 configuration,
h. Internal Slim optical DVD ROM drive,
i. Single Quad-Port Embedded Broadcom 5720 Gigabit Ethernet NIC,
j. Dual, Hot-plug Redundant, Power Supply Unit (750W),
k. 1 serial and 2 USB ports,
l. Windows Server 2008 R2, SP1 with 5 client licenses,
m. Volume configured as NTFS, Volume C -100GB, Volume D -500GB,
n. 64 bit operating system and
WARRANTY: Contractor shall provide a 1 year warranty against defects in equipment and material. Warranty shall include software updates as applicable.
INSTALLATION: On-site installation of Citrix XenApp Presentation Server and IMA database. Installation of additional XenApp software installed as necessary to create a server farm. Verification of proper operation and acceptance testing. ARIA, ECLIPSE and SOMAVISION client applications will be published in the
This is not a solicitation for competitive quotations. However, if any interested party especially a small business believes they can meet the above requirement, they may submit a statement of capabilities. All information furnished must be in writing and must contain sufficient detail to allow the NCI to determine if it can meet the above unique specifications described herein. An original and one copy of the capability statement must be received in the
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