Transcom Requests Info on AWS Cloud Support Services

Jeff Brody

The U.S. Transportation Command has released a sources-sought notice for information technology services to support software applications based on Amazon Web Services cloud environments.

Transcom said in its request for information released Friday that it is seeking authorized AWS resellers with the capacity to maintain applications based on the Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) cloud service offering as part of automation and scaling efforts across the command’s digital infrastructure.

According to the performance work statement, the contractor must be able to perform cloud analysis and implementation across Transcom’s Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise designed for project management activities.

Interested parties must be certified to process workloads under Impact Levels 2, 4, 5 and 6 to allow continued operations through Transcom’s nonclassified and secure internet protocol networks.

Other tasks may include the transfer of existing AWS accounts and deployment of additional CSO tools.

Contract work will take place in company facilities as well as Scott Air Force Base in Illinois throughout a one-year base period and two one-year options that would extend work through July 29, 2023.

Transcom will accept input through May 7.

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