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Army to Begin Accepting Proposals for $7.2B IT Contract

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The Army Intelligence and Security Command is looking to issue a solicitation for a potential $7.2 billion intelligence services contract, The Washington Post reports.

The award would serve as a follow-on to a current program that has a ceiling value of $300 million and expires in August 2013.

Work under the new agreement would include intelligence gathering, cybersecurity and administrative and technical support services, according to the Post.

In addition, Deltek research analyst Robert Grace also told the Post the Army is expecting to give seven small businesses and 15 firms total spots on the contract to compete for work.

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