Government Contract | Ohio
2017 IT Services Staff Augmentation and Project Outsourcing

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000570925

Bid Title: 2017 IT Services Staff Augmentation and Project Outsourcing

Agency Bid No. Title: 520161373

Received Date: 05/16/2016

Close Date: 06/03/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

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Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 05/13/2016


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Network LandscapeThe Miami University network is of typical CDA (Core-Distribution-Access) design using Cisco Catalyst and Nexushardware. Our distribution modules serve our two data centers, State/Academic buildings, Residential Buildings,and the Internet. Data Center connectivity to the Core network is 10 Gbps, distribution modules are a combinationof 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps. Miami University operates and maintains a significant Single Mode fiber optics deploymentallowing additional bandwidth to be added as needed. Miami also maintains fiber connectivity to our regionalcampuses in Middletown and Hamilton as well as a Learning Center located in West Chester, Ohio.Miami University maintains multiple 10 Gbps capable connections to the Internet, Internet2, and Ohio AcademicResearch Network (OARnet.) As of May 2013, the following bandwidth subscriptions are in place: Internet -State/Academic: 1.0 Gbps; Internet - ResNET: 1.4 Gbps; Internet2: 100 Mbps; Ohio Academic Research Network: 1Gbps.Miamis Data Center architecture includes the use of Cisco Firewall Services Modules, Cisco ASA firewalls andApplication Control Engines (ACE) for layer 4-7 load balancing.The majority of desktop connections are 100 Mbps, although Gigabit connectivity is provided where necessary. Forclient connectivity, Miami also maintains a significant wireless infrastructure of over 2000 Cisco wireless accesspoints using 802.11b/g/n/ac. Miami does not permit other wireless devices operating on the 2.4 or 5.0 GHzfrequencies within our environment.Client SystemsThe predominant desktop and laptop operating systems supported are Windows 7, Windows 8, and Macintosh OSX. Microsoft Office Suite and Google Apps for Education are the predominant productivity suites.Server SystemsThe predominant server operating systems supported are virtualized RHEL-based Linux (RHEL, OEL, CentOS),Ubuntu, and Windows 2008/2012 running on X86 Intel Compatible hardware with VMware ESX 5.0 and newer.Supported BrowsersMiami supports Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari browsers.

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Product Codes: 91871, 96269

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Miami University

State: Ohio

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Robert H. Baier 101 South Fisher Drive, 181 Cole Service Building, Oxford, Ohio, 45056




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