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US Army Seeks Proposals for Information Services Procurement

U.S. Army photo
U.S. Army photo

The U.S. Army is seeking a systems integrator to purchase various information technology services for Army and Defense Department customers.

The Army Contracting Command issued a document Wednesday seeking proposals for the procurement of portal, email, instant messaging, directory, discovery, business process management and single sign-on services.

According to the RFP, the Army will provide the services to customers on classified and unclassified networks.

Once selected, the systems integrator will deliver the IT services on an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity basis.

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