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DHS Accepting Proposals for $3B FirstSource II Contract

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has released a draft request for proposals for the FirstSource II program,  a seven-year $3 billion program.

The original FirstSource program launched in 2005 and is set to expire in 2012.

The draft RFP says DHS officials will be required to use the FirstSource vehicle before looking to other sources to buy IT products. DHS plans to release the final RFP by Dec. 30.

DHS is looking to buy laptops, desktops, tools to secure data and items supporting both wired and wireless networks for mobile IT devices, the draft says.

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