Top 100: Five programs to watch

The five largest and most tracked procurements on Federal Sources Inc.'s database:

Full Range of Information Technology Services

Agency: Air Force Pentagon Communications Agency
Value: $1 billion over 10 years

RFP: June

Purpose: This is planned as a single-award contract to provide a broad range of IT hardware and services to Defense Department customers in a 300-mile radius of Washington. Hardware and services include communications equipment, videoconferencing and knowledge management.

Information Technology Enterprise Solutions

Agency: Army Communications Electronics Command

Value: $800 million over five years

RFP: May

Purpose: This will be a multiple-award procurement with contracts given in two functional areas: enterprise hardware solutions and services. Winners of the services functional area will use contractors from the hardware functional area to fulfill customer needs. Services include program management, IT policy and planning, enterprise design, and business process re-engineering.


U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indication Technology

Agency: Homeland Security Department

Value: $500 million. Undetermined length.

RFP: June

Purpose: Formerly the Immigration and Naturalization Service's Entry-Exit System, this contract will be to build a system to track non-U.S. citizens as they enter and exit the United States. The automated system will establish the identity of people who intend to visit the United States, verify their identity as they enter the country, note if they overstay the terms of their entry documents, and alert government personnel if they are or become identified as national security threats.

Integrated C4ISR Requirements Support

Agency: Army Space and Strategic Defense Command

Value: $500 million over five years.

RFP: June

Purpose: This is a multiple-award, small-business contract. The contractors will provide support in seven areas: strategic and tactical communications, systems program support, mission analysis and architecture planning, systems engineering, development and integration, operational planning and support, and rapid prototyping and limited procurement and fielding support.

IT Support Program III

Agency: FBI

Value: $125 million over four years.

RFP: November

Purpose: This is a multiple-award, small-business contract to provide technology services ranging from managing local-area networks to creating mapping software for tracking crime. The programs and systems supported include Drugfire, the Investigative Information Strategy Plan, the Bureau Personnel Management System, the Financial Management System and the Inspection Division.

Source: Federal Sources Inc.

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