NAVSUP Issues Solicitation for Potential $993M Wireless Telecommunications Services IDIQ

wireless communicationsThe Naval Supply Systems Command has issued a solicitation for a potential five-year,  $993.5 million contract to continue to provide wireless telecommunications services to the Defense Department, Department of the Navy, Air Force, Army and other federal agencies.

NAVSUP said in a FedBizOpps notice published Thursday the indefinitely-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is a follow-on requirement and contains a base term of one year and four option years.

The IDIQ contract covers firmware, hardware, software, enterprise mobility management services and related equipment and will be used by end-users across DoD and the Department of the Navy to procure all wireless services and products.

Government agency end-users will use the firm-fixed-price, multiple-award contract as an “additional source” to existing contract vehicles.

Potential contractors will also compete for task orders to provide transmission infrastructure, texting, voice, push-to-talk, tethering, data, WiFi and WiMAX services through the contract.

Responses to the contract solicitation are due June 13, according to the notice.

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