INSCOM seeks white papers for tech needs

On January 10, the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) posted a request for the submission of White Papers for INSCOM Technology Needs (Solicitation Number: W911W4-18-R-0005). Submissions are due on February 12, and the agency encourages early submissions.

INSCOM has an Administrative Control (ADCON) relationship with 1st Information Operations Command. INSCOM G7 executes materiel and materiel-centric responsibilities as a Capability Developer and as the Army proponent for design and development of select operational level and expeditionary intelligence, cyber, and electronic warfare systems. 1st Information Operations Command (Land) provides IO and Cyberspace Operations support to the Army and other Military Forces through deployable support teams, reachback planning and analysis, specialized training, and a World Class Cyber OPFOR in order to support freedom of action in the Information Environment and to deny the same to our adversaries.
Additional Info: This RFI requests a vendor service and not hardware/firmware/software, and therefore should not require an Authority to Operate (ATO) or a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN). 1st IO Command has identified areas for which we are requesting White Papers from Industry on mature COTS solutions with a Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of at least 7, relevant to the following Focus Areas and requirements:
0001: Content Translation of PAI

0002: Automated Sentiment Analysis (SA)

0003: Content Generation Based off of PAI

0004: Assessment
0005: Data Protection and Management
The initial response will undergo a technical assessment that may be followed by requests for clarifications or an invitation for oral presentations/demonstration, with a desired end state of vendor participation in government conducted technology assessments.

Full information is available here.

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