Nextgov: FBI Issues Timeline for $5 Billion IT Contract Solicitation

“The FBI announced an early 2019 timeline for the solicitation of its $5 billion, enterprise-wide IT products and services contract.”

“In an update on FedBizOpps Monday, the bureau announced its intention for a Jan. 11 release of the draft request for proposals for the Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, also known as ITSSS or IT Triple-S.”

“The contract will include six tracks, for each of which the FBI plans to award 15 to 22 spots, for a potential total of 90 to 132 awards. Each track will include 10 to 15 large businesses and five to seven small businesses.” Read the full article here.

Source: FBI Issues Timeline for $5 Billion IT Contract Solicitation – By Aaron Boyd, December 4, 2018. Nextgov.


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