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TSA extends RFI deadline for IT Enterprise Infrastructure Support contract

New due date for RFIs is Oct. 24

TSA has extended the deadline for its RFI on the IT Enterprise Infrastructure Support Services contract to Oct. 24, 2013.

The date was originally set for Oct. 4, but due to the government shutdown, the agency had to extend the due date by a few weeks. According to the notice, vendors who have already submitted their RFI to the government may do so again at their discretion.

The RFI is meant to collect information related to industry capabilities, best practices, technology trends and specific information relating to managed enterprise IT services and other innovative, end-to-end IT service delivery models, according to FedBizOpps.

Responses should include technical pros, cons, risks, business models used, and the other customer base supported via an IT service delivery model. The RFI also requests information related to managed service delivery model Service Level Agreements.

Responses are due by 4:00pm EST on Oct. 24.

You can send your RFIs to:

Michael Moran
Transportation Security Administration
601 S. 12th Street
Arlington, VA 20590-6025

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior 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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