DISA posts DoDIN-related RFI

On April 24, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) posted a request for information for Data Normalization, Change and Configuration Management, Analytics, Problem, Incident and Performance Management (Solicitation Number: 621700419). Responses (in the form of white papers) are due by 5:00pm Eastern on May 11.

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)/Operations Mission Support (OCM), Defense Information Technology Contracting Office at Fort Meade is seeking information from industry to assist with the development and planning of a potential new requirement.

DISA is seeking a capability that enables using foundational configuration elements to identify and track Risk, Change, Configuration and Asset Management changes, analytics, problems/incidents and gauge performance across the DoD Information Network (DoDIN).

Currently, database elements are not interfaced and normalized to a standard data element format. This prevents synchronized processes and tools needed to coordinate IT maintenance to include but not limited to: Risk, Change, Configuration and Asset Management changes, authorized outages, Analytics, Problem/Incident and Degradation of Performance with Mission Partners, and Information Assurance (IA) operations that would detect unauthorized changes or anomalies in order to protect the DoDIN.

DISA is seeking to establish an Agency-Wide process that is fully integrated with automated tools for an optimized combination of governance and tool capabilities. This will require the delivery of authoritative data supporting key processes such as Performance, Incident, Problem, Change and Configuration Management. It will also require a standardized data warehouse that is fed with raw asset data collected from all available DISA discovery tools.

Full information is available here.

Source: FedBizOpps