FDA infrastructure consolidation

The Food and Drug Administration is conducting a survey to learn if small businesses can support the Office of the Chief Information Officer IT Infrastructure Consolidation project. In fiscal 2004, FDA will consolidate its IT infrastructure into a single, shared-services organization under one provider. The agency will award a performance-based contract for one year with four one-year options. The contract is likely to include fixed price and IDIQ portions.

Major IT services will include tier-one through tier-three support in wide and local area networks, help desk and call center, e-mail, file and print services, database management, server management and IT security. Details of this RFI can be found on fedbizopps.gov, solicitation no. 223-03-5507. Responses are due by June 16.

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