Navy wants medical IT support
The Navy needs medical case management software and support services for its Naval Medical Information Management Center in Bethesda, Md.
Established in 1961, the center is the IT and management center for Navy medical services. It provides cost-effective information management technologies that support health care for Navy personnel and their families worldwide.
The Navy expects to award a one-year, fixed-price contract. Responses to the request for proposals are due by Sept. 30. Contact Dennis Bilger at email@example.com.Tech support for USGS
The U.S. Geological Survey requires technical support services at its National Wetlands Research Center in Lafayette, La., and other agency science centers and field sites.
The Interior Department agency is looking for a contractor to provide support services for programs and activities in biological and ecological research, information and technology transfer, information resources management, special analysis and database development and mapping.
Responses are due by Oct. 18. Contact Susan McKenney at firstname.lastname@example.org.Army recruits WIN-T evolution
The Army is looking for a vendor to produce and support its Joint Network Node Network Systems, called JNN-N. The system will integrate government and off-the-shelf technologies and government-furnished equipment into a cohesive, modular network.
The systems and equipment acquired will allow for the seamless evolution into the future Warfighter Information Network-Tactical system architecture, known as WIN-T. All systems bought under the proposed contract must be interoperable with JNN-N systems that have been or are being fielded.
The Army will award one indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for five years and one five-year option period. Responses are due by Oct. 28. Contact Shanna Cermak at email@example.com.