DISA Seeks Proposals for Potential $350M Agency Program Support IDIQ

The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued a request for proposals on a potential five-year, $350 million contract vehicle that covers professional support services.

DISA said in a FedBizOpps solicitation notice published Friday it seeks bids from service-disabled, veteran- and women-owned small businesses for the Agency Program Support indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The APS multiple-award contract covers seven task areas that include acquisition and contract management, directorate security, financial management, continuity management, information resources, asset and program management services.

The agency plans to award up to 12 firm-fixed-price task orders with cost-reimbursable line items for travel and other direct costs.

Each task order to be awarded under the IDIQ contract will have a maximum value of $75 million and $500 in minimum amount.

DISA requires potential vendors to have a secret facility clearance and expects work to occur within the continental U.S.

Proposals for the APS contract are due May 15, according to the notice.

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