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NASA Kicking Off Potential $14B Enterprise-Wide IT Vehicle

NASA is set to put out a preliminary request for a potential $14 billion information technology acquisition contract focused on cloud-based computing services, hardware, storage systems and peripherals. The draft request for proposals for the seven-year Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract will be released this week, with the final …

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DHS Planning $3.1B Biodetection System Contract

The Department of Homeland Security is preparing a potential five-year, $3.1 billion contract for biodetectors that monitor air of large U.S. cities for biological threats, Homeland Security Today reports. Mickey McCarter writes DHS released a draft request for proposals Friday and the department could release the final RFP in the …

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Interior Accepting Bids To Host Cloud Storage

The U.S. Interior Department has issued a request for proposals for hosting services based in cloud computing, the department’s acquisition directorate announced in a July 19 FedBizOpps notice. DOI issued a similar RFP in February, seeking a contractor to merge seven email platforms into one cloud-based system and provide collaboration …

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Air Force Putting $7B NetCents Products IDIQ Back Up For Bids

The U.S. Air Force has recently issued a corrective action to a previously awarded contract for net-centric products, according to a May 31 FedBizOpps post. The action addresses the technical and price requirements of a request for proposals related to the original indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity NetCents II product contracts awarded in April. …

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GSA Sets Timeline for Potential $48B OASIS Contract

The General Service Administration has released a timeline for its One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract valued around $48 billion, Washington Technology reports. A draft request for proposal will be ready this summer and GSA is planning on releasing a final RFP this winter, said program manager Jim Ghiloni. …

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