The U.S. Coast Guard is seeking information on small businesses that could provide business and logistics management services to the Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Cyber and Intelligence Service Center and Coast Guard Cyber Command.
A notice posted Monday on SAM.gov states that USCG plans to select at least five vendors to help develop policies, standards and best practices for C5I systems and services through a planned a blanket purchase agreement worth potentially $1.4 billion over 10 years.
The BPA would include configuration management, data integration, facilities planning, life cycle cost estimation, marketing and communications planning, cybersecurity service provider program maturation and recertification, enterprise life cycle logistics and engineering support and process development and integration.
A selected vendor may also support the integration of new systems and services into appropriate enterprise information processing systems.
The multiple-award, small business set-aside contract will have a five-year base period along with five option years. Interested parties can respond to the request for information through June 16.