DISA publishes PLEO RFP

On November 22, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) published a request for proposals (RFP) for Proliferated Low Earth Orbit (PLEO) Satellite-Based Services. Proposals are due by 5:00 p.m. Central on May 31, 2024.

This RFP is to support the Department of Defense’s (DoD) requirement to provide worldwide, low-latency PLEO services and capabilities in order to meet DoD partners’ mission needs. The resultant ID/IQ contract shall provide PLEO services and equipment at the task order level.

Contractors should ensure they have read and adhere to the administrative requirements contained within the RFP. Offerors are requested to submit a written technical and price proposal in response to the RFP, HC101324R0001, and its attachments. Please note that the pricing and technical responses should be submitted separately. Technical proposals should be submitted via PDF format. Price proposals should be submitted on Attachment 3 Pricing Spreadsheet Template. Offerors should also return the completed and signed SF1449 with their technical and pricing submissions. Information pertaining to the submission requirements of proposals is contained within the RFP. Please note that attachments by reference can be found under the paperclip section of the PDF document.

Questions/comments will only be entertained if received in email and only when submitted on Attachment 2 Questions and Answer Template. The email is to be addressed to the KO at the email address located in Section L2.4.1 with the following Subject Line Reference: RFP HC101324R0001, and Contractor Name.

In order to respond to this solicitation, the offeror shall email a copy of its proposal to the KO and CS no later than the time and date specified in the solicitation. In accordance with FAR 52.215-1, ALT, Instructions to Offerors, the offeror’s proposal submission will be considered complete when all volumes are received. Partial proposals will be considered late.

Review the DISA PLEO RFP.

Source: SAM

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