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DHS Receives More Than 600 Phase I Proposals for $10B FirstSource III IT Contract

The Department of Homeland Security has received 637 proposals from 325 vendors for the potential 10-year, $10 billion FirstSource III information technology contract and that Phase I evaluation of the proposals is nearly complete, according to an updated notice to industry.

DHS informed vendors that it expects to issue advisory downselect notifications to companies by December once the Phase I review is finalized.

Phase II proposals will be due by January and compliance review for this phase is slated to occur by February.

The department plans to award the contract by August 2022.

In April, DHS issued a solicitation for FirstSource III, a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for IT hardware, software, value-added reseller and IT managed services. The IDIQ contract is a total small business set-aside program with five set-aside tracks for 8(a), HUBZone, service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned and all small businesses.

FirstSource III has IT value-added reseller and software as its two functional categories and DHS will carry out the solicitation in two phases for ITVAR and software categories.

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