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DHA Requests Information on Potential $290M Contracting & Acquisition Support Contract

The Defense Health Agency has begun seeking information on a potential $290 million small business set-aside indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide contracting and acquisition support services.

The potential single-award IDIQ has an ordering period of five years and covers contract analyst support, procurement technician support, cost analyst support, program management, acquisition planning support and business operations support, according to a notice posted Monday on SAM.gov.

Work will occur at DHA locations in Virginia, Colorado, California, Texas and Ohio.

The selected contractor will deliver a full range of contracting, acquisition and program management services to support DHA activities, including the delivery of medical care through contracted health care networks and military treatment facilities.

Responses to the request for information are due April 24.

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