The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking information from industry to outline ideas for the Secure Mobile Device Gateways program, which aims to secure mobile gateways in locations within and outside contiguous United States.
DISA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Friday that it wants a secure Voice over Internet Protocol tool that supports cryptography and interoperability protocols, certification and compliance to standards.
The agency has also outlined requirements for operational engineering, test and evaluation, configuration management and engineering implementation support, technical and analytical performance analysis, documentation, SMDG coordination and device reconfiguration and help desk support.
The agency wants a contractor to manage transition for up to 2, 000 DoD Mobile Classified Capability devices and SMDG installation at OCONUS locations.
OCONUS locations are in Germany and Hawaii, while potential CONUS locations are in Pennsylvania and Ohio, DISA said.
The potential S-VoIP tool should also support current SMDG contractor APRIVA‘s virtual private network.
DISA will accept responses to the notice through Wednesday.