On February 22, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) posted a request for information (RFI) for an Airborne Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance-Data Dissemination System requirement. Responses are due by 2:00 p.m. Central on March 4.

DISA Transport Program Executive Office (IE), Airborne Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance-Data Transport (AISR-DT), Defense Information Technology Contracting Office (DITCO) PS8313 is seeking information from industry to assist with the development and planning of a potential new requirement for Airborne Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (AISR) Data Dissemination System (DDS).

The government is seeking industry’s ability develop, build, and maintain an AISR DDS and associated AISR services. This includes expanding AISR requirements, evolving data sets, and new and advanced AISR, Sensor Data Dissemination and Full Motion Video (FMV) technologies, all providing enhanced support to the warfighter.

All responses will need to address their ability to build and maintain the DDS enterprise transport and application platform for real time AISR sensor data dissemination supporting global operations. In addition, it will outline various DDS enhancements and related adjacent program efforts to adapt to changing needs and threats, including an option to expand to other locations. Finally, responses should cover the need for future engineering, software, and portal services to support the evolution of AISR initiatives, commercial off-the-shelf technologies, platforms, other sensor data and distribution architectures for the United States (US) and coalition partners.

Review the full DISA AISR RFI.

Source: SAM

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