NGA releases CAOS II RFI
On March 1, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) released the Consolidated Analysis Orchestration Services (CAOS) II RFI. Responses are due by 2:00 p.m. Eastern on March 20, according to SAM.gov.
NGA in support of the Analysis Services Integrated Program Office (IPA) Orchestration Services (OrcServ) Program Office is seeking information on how an interested contractor could provide governance, integration, deployment, and operations and sustainment of the current OrcServ suite of services and future integrated capabilities.
NGA has a mission-critical need to sustain analytic work orchestration capabilities while providing governance, acceptance testing, release management, and operations and sustainment of new capabilities to the operational baseline that support evolving imagery intelligence and analysis mission tradecraft in multiple security domains for the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence and Allied System Geospatial Intelligence.
Consolidated Analytic Orchestration Services (CAOS) provides the means to replace legacy applications and to introduce new capabilities for the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and international allies key decision makers to take informed action in response to Key Intelligence Questions (KIQs) and real time issues.
This RFI and all future acquistion documentation will be released via the classified Acquisition Research Center (ARC). Users must have a registered account to access information.
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