DLA plans for $482M cataloging IDIQ
- By Matthew Weigelt
- Mar 11, 2014
The Defense Logistics Agency intends to establish five-year, $482 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts for J6 Enterprise Technology Services.
J6 oversees the operations and ongoing transformation of cataloging and transactional processing support for the entire Defense Department logistics system and its numerous federal customers. DLA expects task orders in 23 different areas. They include network and telecommunications services, information assurance, such as cybersecurity, project management, budgeting, configuration management, and enterprise architecture, among others.
By developing a portfolio of sources aligned with DLA strategies and requirements, DLA is attempting to reduce the cycle time required to initiate projects promptly in response to business priorities. DLA will also be able to select the most qualified company with the most favorable pricing and terms.
J6 is the providing comprehensive, best practice IT support to DOD and DLA business community. It offers a full range of IT solutions necessary to support the transformation and sustainment of the Information Operations mission and its associated commitment to the warfighter.
The DLA J6 Enterprise Technology Services acquisition replaces the acquisition previously advertised as J6 Enterprise IT Solutions.
The sources sought notice was released March 7. The deadline for response is April 7.
Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.