The Enhanced Solutions for Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) contract provides worldwide coverage of IT requirements and technical support services supporting the Government through system design, development, fielding, and sustainment of global intelligence and Command and Control (C2) assets vital to the security of the United States (US). E-SITE, a multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, supports both classified and unclassified programs on multiple networks and security domains. The services and capabilities supported by the E-SITE contract will provide responsive, flexible, adaptive, and timely solutions for participating organizations to satisfy current and future IT requirements.
E-SITE is a multiple award contract vehicle that allows for competition between E-SITE Task Orders for work at the Task Order level. Each Task Order will specify the IT solutions & services as outlined by a Statement of Objectives (SOO), Statement of Work (SOW) or Performance-Based Work Statement (PWS). The E-SITE contract framework provides for centralized oversight & monitoring with decentralized execution by an issuing a decentralized ordering authority with Services and agencies.
The E-SITE focus is directed towards improving integration, sharing information, gaining efficiencies and safeguarding information through a common IT approach. It is expected that a common architecture and consolidated operations, as well as increasing migrations to the virtual and cloud environments, will improve mission outcomes. E-SITE supports the transition to IC ITE, Joint Information Environment (JIE) and other IC efforts. E-SITE Contractors recommend strategies and courses of action that specifically address improved mission capabilities, data migration, capacity planning, systems/infrastructure engineering, and support activities for IC ITE and enterprise operations.
The E-SITE contract will provide an acquisition framework to deliver the full scope of information technology services and capabilities. Participating organizations may use E-SITE Task Orders to provide IT services to customers across various Departments and Agencies include, but are not limited to: DIA, CCMDs, Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard, Joint Reserve Intelligence Program, National Command Authorities, other Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies, multi-national partners (e.g., coalition and alliance), and both DoD and non-DoD members of the Intelligence Community (IC) or other departments or agencies that consume services from the IC members.
Phyllis J. Wright, E-SITE Program Manager
Esther L. Woods, E-SITE Contracting Officer