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DIA Plans Consolidated IT Services Procurement Vehicle

Jeff Brody

The Defense Intelligence Agency is looking to combine two information technology contracting vehicles worth potentially $5.1B as a follow-on to the Enhanced Solutions for the IT Enterprise contract, Bloomberg Government reported Thursday.

DIA plans to merge the $3B Infrastructure Sustainment and Development 2 program with the $2.1B Application DS2 solicitation to form a SITE III multiple-award contract.

IDS2 covers cloud services and data center support work, while ADS2 seeks data integration, software engineering and other technical support services.

The report said SITE III will offer IT infrastructure modernization services to the intelligence sector.

DIA first issued awards under the $6B E-SITE contract in 2015 and decided to discontinue the vehicle before its scheduled expiration date of July 2025. The agency will host a presolicitation conference and release a draft solicitation for SITE III within the next two months, the report added.

Vendors on the E-SITE vehicle include BAE Systems, Boeing (NYSE: BA), Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and SOS International.

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