DIA posts sources sought for cross domain database services engine

On December 7, the Defense Intelligence Agency posted a sources sought notice seeking industry capability statements for a cross domain database services engine. Capability statements are due by 1:00pm EST on December 21.

Introduction/Background – The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) requires an existing software solution providing a Base Year, plus 4 Option Years Support to an operational, mission critical, cross domain system, Cross Domain Intelligence Release (CDIR).

Scope – The scope of this effort will include software installation, maintenance, patch and upgrade support to the CDR Development, Configuration Management, Integration and Operational environmentS. This support will include assistance to government and contract staff in the greater Washington D.C.. area at both government and contractor facilities.

Performance Requirements – DIA requires a plug-and play replacement to its current CIDR Cross Domain database capability. This capability must produce a single, secure, accessible database solution supporting an existing WEBLOGIC code base. This capability must produce secure access from multiple networks based on providing Top Secret and Secret data to trusted systems and users to include Foreign Release Networks. This capability must include a component to retrieve and verify client authentication and authorization using existing IC tools. This capability must have an existing, approved accredited baseline in the US Intelligence Community.

Full information is available here.

Source: FedBizOpps