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DTRA Releases Draft Solicitation for Potential $435M IT Services IDIQ

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency has issued a draft solicitation for a potential $435 million contract to provide information technology support services in support of the agency’s chief information officer and information integration and technology services directorate.

DTRA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Friday it plans to award the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract as a small business set-aside program.

The IDIQ contract’s scope will cover three task orders that include IT service integration provision and operations; cybersecurity support services; and integration and test support services.

The contract will have a base performance period of five years.

DTRA will accept responses to the draft solicitation through Dec. 19.

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