DISA Starts Accepting Bids for $427M Enterprise Storage IDIQ

datacenterThe Defense Information Systems Agency has started accepting proposals from industry for a potential six-year, $427 million contract covering enterprise storage hardware, software and services.

Proposals are due to the agency Oct. 21 for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which will contain a four-year base period and two one-year option periods, DISA said Thursday in a FedBizOpps notice.

DISA said it will make its award for the full-and-open competition on a “best value” evaluation and the contract will be firm-fixed-price, performance-based.

The Enterprise Storage Services II contractor will be responsible for acquiring, installing, uninstalling, transporting, configuring, maintaining and providing hardware and software needed to support storage infrastructure.

The government will maintain day-to-day operational control of the storage environment and complete oversight responsibility, which includes installation of all software updates after the initial product delivery.

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