Why ITSS-4

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Information Technology Support Services-4 (ITSS-4) contract is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle that will help the DOJ and its component agencies acquire innovative, turnkey solutions and services and fulfill their mission-critical initiatives. This multiple-award contract was awarded for one base year, plus six option years through September 30, 2017.

The ITSS-4 vehicle is quick and easy to use (task order process typically takes six to eight weeks); offers broad and diverse access to the highest-quality IT products services and solutions; competitive pricing; and, low contract fees of 3.5 percent up to $1 million, 2 percent for greater than $1 million and up to $10 million, and .5 percent for greater than $10 million. In addition to low contract fees, there is no limitation on the dollar value of task orders, and no protest on task orders under $10 million.

The ITSS-4 IDIQ vehicle provides flexible access to a wide range of customized IT solutions and is available to the DOJ (all agencies, components and office, boards and divisions) and other Federal agencies. By using ITSS-4, DOJ agencies and other Federal agencies will experience favorable procurement and task administration conditions for tasks that would otherwise be procured through a more lengthy open competition process or through external contracting vehicles.

What you can achieve

Using the ITSS-4 vehicle allows both DOJ and other Federal agencies to procure best-in-class solutions at a low fee. ITSS-4 clients benefit from innovative and secure solutions and initiatives in the areas that matter most to you: helpdesk/service operations and management, cybersecurity, applications transformation and modernization, cloud, and information management and analytics. The results provide you with an environment where IT and the business are working together. This also helps enhance your pace of change - reducing time to market, enhancing customer satisfaction, improving internal operating processes, lowering maintenance costs, and freeing up resources to invest in innovation.