Army Invites Bids for $5B Desktop, Mobile Computers Follow-On Contract

training, computerThe U.S. Army has opened an industry competition for a potential 10-year, $5 billion governmentwide acquisition contract covering a wide range of desktop and mobile computing systems and peripherals, Fedscoop reported Wednesday.

Billy Mitchell writes the service branch will select three suppliers for the Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-3 contract vehicle’s full-and-open track and choose five vendors for a small business set-aside portion.

The program seeks providers of desktop and integrated desktop computers, notebooks, tablets,  workstations, electronic displays, slate and ultra thin clients, printers and multifunction devices, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday.

Submissions to the solicitation will close on June 6.

ADMC-3 is a follow-on to the Desktop and Mobile Computing-2 contract that the service branch launched in April 2006 and extended in April for an additional one-and-a-half years under a potential $675 million contract modification.

Dell, HPI, CDW, Emtec Federal, ITG,  NCS, Telos and Transource are the suppliers on the ADMC-2 vehicle.

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