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The following are notice(s) of proposed contract actions with estimated values contained in FAR 5.101(a)(2). Request for Quotations (RFQs) are not posted on this page. All interested parties must contact the Point of Contact identified below to request a copy of the RFQ. All responsible sources may submit a quotation that, if received before the RFQ closing date and time, shall be considered by the NRC.

NAICS CODE: 511210 – Software Publishers
SUBJECT: Notice of Intent to Negotiate a Noncompetitive Purchase Order for Renewal of LM-Support/Titanium/Pro Support for Lyris Listserv Software Licenses



Saturday, September 15, 2018 @ 11:00am, ET


Jerry Purcell Jr, Telephone (301) 415-7142, e-mail Jerry.Purcell@nrc.gov


The U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) intends to solicit, negotiate and award a noncompetitive purchase order to Aurea Incorporated, 401 Congress Ave, Suite 2650, Austin, TX, 78701 for renewal of LM-Support/Titanium/Pro support for Lyris Listserv software licenses.  NRC has confirmed that this renewal is only available from Aurea Incorporated.  The period of coverage for the renewal is 9/30/18 through 9/29/21.

Lyris supports Open Government and provides public access to documents made public by the NRC.

Lyris Listserv is in production at NRC and is included in the NRC's Technical Reference Model (TRM).  The TRM documents the technologies and commercial products that have been established as service standards in the agency's information technology (IT) infrastructure. The TRM provides useful guidance for NRC staff to follow when procuring technology or technical services to reduce technology risk and redundancy and ensure the selection and use of viable technology that is aligned with technology strategy in support of business needs.  Items approved in the TRM have been reviewed by the Information Technology/Information Management Board (ITB) for IT security, maintainability, infrastructure compatibility, and investment redundancy with other assets already in use.

The authority for this noncompetitive action is FAR 13.106-1(b). 

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