EPA has $650M opportunity

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to release a request for proposals for the successor to its Mission Oriented Systems Engineering Support II, or Moses II, contract.

The new contract, called Information Technology Solutions-Environmental Systems Engineering, will run for up to nine years and have a $650 million ceiling, said Mark Luttner, director of the Office of Information Collection, Office of Environmental Information at EPA.

EPA has information trading agreements in place with about 40 states to participate in the Environmental Information Exchange Network, Luttner said. The purpose of the network is to establish a standards-based, secure site to share environmental data. The contract vehicle will be "accessible to our state partners," he said.

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