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Report: Defense, Civilian Agencies to Recompete Six Contracts Worth Up to $15.5B

Jeff Brody

A Bloomberg Government webinar revealed that a Department of Defense component agency, two service branches and a civilian agency plan to recompete six of the largest contracts this year, Federal News Network reported Thursday.

The U.S. Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – 4 Hardware contract vehicle covering desktops, workstations, storage, servers and other commercial-off-the-shelf IT equipment could be worth around $10B. The service also plans to recompete a potential $500M contract for medical communications for combat casualty care logistics and engineering services.

Naval Information Warfare Systems Command plans to award a potential $1B contract this year for the Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio System.

The Defense Information Systems Agency intends to recompete a potential four-year, $2.5B contract for transmission services in support of its telecommunications infrastructure in the Pacific region and another contract – Defense Research and Engineering 4 – that could be worth up to $1B.

The Office of Personnel Management is working with the General Services Administration to seek potential vendors that could help maintain and operate the USA Hire website under a contract that could be worth more than $500M.

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