The U.S. Army has started seeking potential contractors that can support the information technology projects of the Army Information Systems Engineering Command under a potential five-year, $600 million re-compete program.
The effort is part of the federal government’s plan to resume the Total Engineering and Integration Services program, according to a request for information published Tuesday.
The service seeks contractors that can deploy and manage multiple simultaneous projects inside and outside the U.S., as well as ensure all supporting information systems receive, analyze, store or transmit information from the Defense Department.
Army Contracting Command will accept responses to the TEIS IV notice through June 26.
Bloomberg Government reports that TEIS III contractors General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), NCI and Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) have performed work worth a total of $321 million on 127 orders.