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Report: $27.5B in Fiscal 2019 DISA IT Contracts Up for Grabs

The Pulse of GovCon‘s analysis of information technology contracting opportunities at the Defense Information Systems Agency predicted more than $27.5B in potential awards before fiscal year 2019 ends, Nextgov reported Wednesday.

Pulse researchers came up with this estimate after they analyzed 30 of the 55 IT contracts DISA expects to award over the next couple of years.

One of those is a potential $13B single-award contract for a software upgrade that seeks to address multitenant issues and a tag processing problem in a virtual local area network.

DISA expects to issue a solicitation for the Joint Regional Security Stacks Lancope/Stealthwatch Technical Refresh program by the second quarter of FY 2019 and award the contract through NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle in the same quarter.

The analysis shows that DISA plans to release by the second quarter of FY 2019 a request for proposals for the potential $8.2B Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract that aims to replace enterprise legacy platforms and data stores.

The agency intends to award the DEOS contract via the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 by the third quarter of the current fiscal year.

Another opportunity is a potential $2.4B contract to provide an IT platform meant to help the Defense Department manage housing programs for service personnel.

The report said DISA expects to award the Navy enterprise Military Housing Technical System, Application and End User Support contract by FY 2019’s third quarter through its Encore III vehicle.

Click here to view DISA’s other IT contract opportunities.

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