Tag Archives: RFI

SMC Seeks Info on Classified Enterprise IT for Next-Gen OPIR, ESS Satcom Programs

Next-Gen OPIR

The Space and Missile Systems Center has asked industry to provide information on an enterprise classified information technology infrastructure to meet SMC’s collaboration, security and data access requirements for Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared and Evolved Strategic Satellite Communication programs.

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Army Engineers Begin Market Research for Enterprise Virtual Viewer Concept

USACE

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has asked industry to provide information as it seeks to validate and further develop a concept for an enterprise virtual viewer. A request for information posted Tuesday says USACE plans to update five strategic applications and part of this modernization effort is the planned transition to a cloud platform and integration with an EVV.

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DOE Issues RFI for Savannah River Site Nuclear Cleanup Effort

Savannah River Site

The Department of Energy is looking for potential sources of environmental remediation services at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina to support the National Nuclear Security Administration's site cleanup and modernization programs. 

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VA Seeks RPA-Based Software to Help Manage EHR Backlog

telehealth

The Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting market research on commercially available robotic process automation technologies that can help streamline clinical document processing functions for electronic health records systems.

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SOCOM Begins Market Research for Global Analytics Platform

U.S. Special Operations Command has released a request for information on potential contractors that could provide support services for its Global Analytics Platform. A notice published Friday says USSOCOM intends to award a single- or multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the GAP program with a ceiling value of between $300M and $600M and an ordering period of five to 10 years.

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