EAGLE II (DHS)

EAGLE II Contract Number: HSHQDC-14-D-E2035

The DHS Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions — EAGLE II — contract is a DHS exclusive contract available to all DHS components — CBP, ICE, USSS, CIO, USCG, FEMA, TSA, FLETC and USCIS. EAGLE II is mandatory for use with no contract usage fees. DHS retains control of its task orders from start to completion.

Northrop Grumman is a leading provider of IT services and solutions at the Department of Homeland Security. We work with all DHS components, advancing the DHS mission through innovative products, services and exceptionally skilled people.

EAGLE II

DHS EAGLE II: Managed by the Department of Homeland Security — Office of Procurement Operations

Scope: Unrestricted Track Prime Functional Category 1 — Service Delivery, to provide a full range of systems and solutions in support of the development, implementation and maintenance of technology to support the DHS mission and business functions throughout the entire life cycle of a program. This includes systems design, development, implementation and integration, software design and development, operations and maintenance, including help desk, collaboration services, network and security operations.

Period of Performance: 5/9/14 through 9/26/2020, orders can extend through 9/26/2021

Contract Types: T & M, Labor Hour, Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursement

Contract Ceiling: $22 billion

Labor Categories: Seventy-two (72) with 3 skills levels from entry level to senior. (Based on Task Order needs, additional, unique Labor Categories may be proposed and negotiated.)

Security Requirements: Established at the Task Order level up to TS/SCI

Current Orders

EAGLE II Contract Number: HSHQDC-14-D-E2035

This section will be updated upon EAGLE II awards.

Our Experience

Northrop Grumman supports the Department of Homeland Security's mission to secure our borders, protect waterways and critical infrastructure, assist with emergency preparedness, chemical and biological detection programs, and support enterprise-wide cybersecurity initiatives. The following illustrates the far-reaching experience of Northrop Grumman in support of numerous DHS programs and directorates.

National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD)

DHS CDM CMaaS Program — Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program, Tools and Continuous Monitoring as a Service (CMaaS) Blanket Purchase Agreement

Multiple-award BPA for the Department of Homeland Security and all U.S. federal agencies, state, local, regional and tribal governments to defend against security threats and to strengthen the security of their networks using specialized IT services and tools, diagnostics, mitigation and information dashboards.

DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T)

Under the Explosives Detection Program Opacity and Complexity Assessment Software Tool (OCAST) Program, Northrop Grumman supports commodities screening systems used by the Air Cargo Program. Our work includes modeling, field testing and complex data analysis in support of advanced software tools.

DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)

Northrop Grumman assists DHS Office of Information Security with monitoring threats, tracking incidents, and securing and protecting its computing environments to maintain DHS operations and deliver services to the public.

DHS Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO)

Northrop Grumman works on the Human Capital Business Systems HRIT enterprise solutions/integration project to help DHS achieve its mission of "One DHS" through the modernization of multiple payroll, reporting and personnel systems used across 22 DHS components.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

In accordance with ICE's Software Life Cycle Methodology (SLM), Northrop Grumman provides full software life cycle development and maintenance activities, including requirements gathering, design, development, testing and maintenance of the ICE technical infrastructure for the Intelligence and Decision Support (IDS) Branch.

Northrop Grumman also supports work for the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the United States Coast Guard (USCG).