Three federal agencies will launch technology programs later this year and award contracts through competition to perform the work, the Washington Post reported Friday.
Ashley Bergander, research manager at Deltek, lists the Defense Department, U.S. Army and Government Accountability Office as among the agencies that will award information technology contracts this year.
DoD plans to award the Software-Defined Data Center Enterprise Information Technology Support contract for IT services over up to five years for $25 million.
Deltek also forecasts a solicitation in April for the Army’s Command Post Client program to help develop, integrate and maintain software services for the branch’s program executive office for control and communications — tactical.
Bergander writes the branch will award potential five-year contracts worth up to $200 million combined for that program.
GAO’s information systems office also seeks to acquire technical and consulting services for software development under a planned five-year, $50 million contract, according to Bergander.