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FBI Seeks Proposals for Potential $900M Microsoft Products Support IDIQ

software-engineeringThe FBI has issued a request for proposals on a potential seven-year, $900 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for consulting and engineering services for Microsoft-made (Nasdaq: MSFT) products at the bureau and other Justice Department components.

A solicitation notice posted Wednesday on FedBizOpps says the contract has unrestricted and small business portions,  a 12-month base and six 12-month options.

The bureau seeks contractors to support MS Active Directory, MS Exchange, MS Project, MS.net, MS Sharepoint/Lync/Live Meeting, MS CRM, MS Windows Server and Desktop Operating System, MS Office, O365 and Azure platforms as well as provide web support services.

FBI noted it will use a “best value” method to assess interested vendors’ proposals.

Response submissions are due Aug. 8 and evaluation criteria include technical and management approaches, past performances, organizational conflict-of-interest mitigation plan, Section 508, security and bid price.

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