The Washington Headquarters Services has launched an unrestricted solicitation process to identify a vendor that can help the Department of Defense implement federally mandated information management and access programs.
A solicitation notice posted on SAM.gov says the government is looking to procure support services for the requirement through a $95 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with an ordering period of five years.
WHS notes that a selected contractor will support data access, utilization, storage, retention and transparency initiatives within DOD and other federal organizations.
Programs under the planned single-award contract include directorate operations and missions, mandatory declassification, automatic and systematic declassification, records and information management, pre-publication and security review.
Interested vendors can submit proposals through Dec. 17.