DISA soon to release RFP for $427M hybrid cloud contract

The Defense Information Systems Agency will soon release a request for proposals for its four-year, $427 million Enterprise Storage Services cloud contract, according to Nextgov.

The contract, which replaces the five-year, $700 million contract awarded to Vion Corp. back in January 2007, calls for a hybrid cloud data storage service, with vendors supplying hardware housed in the agency’s data centers.

DISA plans to release a RFP for this around July 16. The agency plans to continue the model it used with Vion to acquire storage capacity for its Defense Department users as needed, Nextgov reported, and the winner will handle service and maintenance.

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Tue, Jul 16, 2013 TJ United States

And I hope they are planning on honoring the IPv6 support requirements ... ?

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