FDIC Issues RFP for Potential $488M IT Infrastructure Support Contract

Jeff Brody

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has issued a request for proposals for a potential $487.5M basic ordering agreement that covers information technology infrastructure support services over an ordering period of seven and a half years.

FDIC intends to select three vendors under the multiple-award BOA and allocate up to $375M for the first task order covering managed services to FDIC’s IT infrastructure, systems, hardware and software, according to a FedBizOpps solicitation notice posted Monday.

The initial order has a five-year base value of $250M and includes performance-based extension options that will run for 2.5 years.

FDIC noted it plans to award $112.5M in subsequent orders including one-year extension options.

Interested parties can submit offers for the program through Sept. 23.

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