STATE DEPARTMENT

RFP released for $150M small-biz contract vehicle

Responses to State Department request due April 17, 2013

The State Department has released a request for proposals to create a $150 million small-business vehicle through which it can acquire desktop computers and monitors.

The products that the State Department will need are:

  • 22-inch LCD monitors
  • 2.5-inch removable hard drives
  • 3.5-inch internal hard drives
  • Desktop network fiber NIC
  • Desktop fire wire card
  • PKI Card Reader
  • RFID Tags

The idea behind this contract vehicle is aligned with the president’s management agenda initiative of expanded electronic government by using common information technology and facilitating information sharing across agencies, according to the FedBizOpps website.

The request for proposals document can be accessed here.

The website also included a document listing the contract line options and pricing configurations.

The FedBizOpps also included a number of other important attachments, including:

The primary point of contact is Michael S. Dickson, and he may be contacted at DicksonMS@state.gov, or by phone at (703)-875-6688.

The response date is April 17 at 6:00pm EST.

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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