DISA posts system integration sources sought

On June 8, the Defense Information Systems Agency posted a sources sought notice for System engineering/integration support for multiple technology assessments, demonstrations, pilots, and prototypes (Solicitation Number: 611808156-B). Responses are due by 1:00 p.m. Eastern on June 25.

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is seeking sources for Innovation & Systems Engineering Directorate (ISED).

This is a SOURCES SOUGHT TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION to determine the availability and technical capability of HUBZone Small Businesses to provide the required products and/or services.  Only HUBZone small businesses are requested to respond.

The DISA Development and Business Center, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is seeking information for potential sources for system engineering/integration support for multiple technology assessments, demonstrations, pilots, and prototypes. The desired outcome is to facilitate the rapid transfer of advanced technology from research and experimentation stages through pilot operations to deployment and full-scale implementation within DISA and Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Information Infrastructure (DII) and applications.
Design, implementation, and evaluation of software and application deployments to determine readiness for enterprise use while determining approaches to incorporate cross domain solutions into final deployed solutions.

The target award date for this follow-on (recompete) is January 2019. The anticipated follow-on is planned as a base period of one (1) year and 3 one-year option periods.

The majority of the classified work up to Top Secret (TS) will be performed at the contractor’s facility. Some work will be conducted at DISA, DoD locations, various Government locations in CONUS, and other locations as mutually agreed and as needed. It is expected that the contractor will spend time at the DISA location (6914 Cooper Avenue, Fort Meade, Maryland), in meetings and discussing schedules and other programmatic details with DISA program personnel.

Full information is available here.

Source: FedBizOpps