HUD CIO seeks help with IT investment system

Small-business vendor needed for project support

The Housing and Urban Development Department wants a small-business vendor to help support its Information Technology Investment Management Program, including help with processes, government, management, project management and performance management.

HUD’s Office of the Chief Procurement Officer published a solicitation updated May 7 on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site on behalf of the department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer. Proposals are due May 14.

The proposed contract‘s period of performance is for one base year with four one-year options, and the vendor will fulfill more than two dozen tasks to help support about 175 IT programs at the department.

According to the statement of work published April 28, the IT management system reduces risk and minimizes life-cycle costs of IT investments. The process is linked with acquisition and budget processes and enterprise architecture.

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Alice Lipowicz is a staff writer covering government 2.0, homeland security and other IT policies for Federal Computer Week.

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