DLA Seeks Proposals for Potential $3.2B C5ISR Services Contract

The Defense Logistics Agency has kicked off a full and open competition for a potential 10-year, $3.2 billion contract vehicle for command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance supplies and services.

DLA said Thursday in a solicitation notice that the multiple-award indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery contract covers the procurement of standard and non-standard equipment, engineering studies, repairs, testing and design updates.

U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command will be the primary customer, but contractors may also be tasked with performing work for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.

The C5ISR Gateway to Sustainment contract has a five-year base period, plus five option years, and a $10,000 guaranteed minimum value per awardee.

DLA will collect proposals through Aug. 30 and the agency expects to issue awards in December, with a reservation for small business prime positions.

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