By Nick WakemanDefense Developing Data Management Contract:
The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking for engineering services help to develop methodologies, systems and concepts for managing data. Personnel provided by the contractor must have secret clearance, and some will need top-secret clearance.
The 4-year contract will be a small business set-aside award. A pre-proposal conference is scheduled for Nov. 28 at Fort Washington, Md. The draft request for proposals will be released at the conference. For more information, contact DISA at firstname.lastname@example.org.National Security Group Seeking Info Assurance Data:
The National Security Telecommunications and Information Security Committee's working group on information assurance is collecting data on tools for automating certification and accreditation of national security systems.
Types of tools include modeling, software demonstrations and computer simulations. The group wants to develop a contract that civilian agencies can use to develop standards needed to certify their systems. Contractors that have worked with the Defense Department on similar projects are encouraged to participate.Army Seeking Command and Control Contractor:
The U.S. Army's headquarters in Europe is seeking a contractor to provide command and control services in Heidelberg, Germany. Work under the 4-year contract is expected to begin Sept. 1, 2001. Top-secret clearance is needed.
For more information, e-mail by Nov. 30, email@example.com. army. mil or firstname.lastname@example.org.Army Collecting Configuration Management Info:
The Army acquisition center at Fort Monmouth, N.J., is conducting a market survey for configuration management systems with database management, inventory control, Internet access and security access controls.
The system should be easy to use, compatible with a variety of file formats and have data revision controls. It also must be accessible via low bandwidth connections such as modems. The system will be used to manage the growing number of documents, drawings and databases associated with the Defense Satellite Communication System sites worldwide.
For more information contact Mandy. Zwirn@mail1.monmouth.army.mil.