NGA posts SONIC Strike Follow-On RFI
On December 6, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) posted a request for information (RFI) for the SONIC Strike Follow-On requirement. Responses are due by 5:00 p.m. Eastern on January 13.
NGA in support of the GEOINT Data Services Integrated Program Office is seeking information on how an interested contractor could sustain the National Consolidated Library (NCL) software baseline during the transition and retirement period as the Agency moves from data-center based content management to cloud-based data services. The goal of the SONIC Strike contract is to maintain full operational capability, while collaborating to integrate services into the Open Data Store (ODS). ODS is the construct for NGA Content Management Services in the cloud.
NGA has a mission-critical need for continued sustainment of the Application Service Provider (ASP) portion of the current NCL baseline, which is hosted on an NGA-determined Infrastructure Service Provider (ISP) architecture with a common software baseline. It defines the SONIC Strike contractor management, procurement, transition, and sustainment activities necessary to operate and maintain the current NCL ASP operational baseline. The purpose of this RFI is to determine those who can satisfy the requirements for a potential RFP.
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