DLA Seeks Potential C5ISR Support Sources

The Defense Logistics Agency has begun to seek information on potential industry sources of equipment and services to meet the U.S. Army’s command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance requirements under a potential 10-year contract with a projected ceiling value of between $2B and over $5B.

A sources sought notice published Wednesday says the C5ISR Gateway to Sustainment program will specifically support the Army’s Communications-Electronics Command and will cover several C5ISR areas such as standard equipment, test and evaluation and repair, obsolescence monitoring and reporting and ancillary engineering services.

Services and equipment under the G2S program may include tactical and strategic networking, command, control and communications; tactical cyber space operations; electronic warfare; radar systems; avionics; positioning, navigation and timing; and air traffic control.

Comments on the draft solicitation outline and market survey are due July 17.

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