The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking information on small businesses that could help meet the information technology services requirements of the Department of Defense’s office of inspector general.
DISA is looking for a defense partner that will work with DOD’s OIG personnel to oversee its portfolio of IT systems and provide tactical and strategic support under the IT Support Services program, according to a request for information posted Thursday.
Interested stakeholders should describe in their responses their experience in systems design and engineering support, application development, cybersecurity, enterprise architect, Defense Case Activity Tracking System, Enterprise, data visualization and dashboard services and OEM proprietary product engineer, among other critical tasks.
The vendor must have a top secret facility clearance and must be a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner with capabilities, including Microsoft Risk Assessment Program as a service and rapid issue escalation and reach back to Microsoft engineering resources.
DISA expects the ITSS program to have a one-year base term and four option years. Work will be performed in Alexandria, Virginia.
Responses to the RFI are due Oct. 28.