NATO looks ahead to omnibus-ordering IT consult contract

The Northern Atlantic Treaty Organization intends to compete an omnibus-ordering contract for IT-related consultant and support services.

The service areas include software engineers, military operations research and analysis, professional administrative support, communications and IT networking engineering, and technical support.

The NATO Communications and Information Agency awarded three similar contracts in 2011, but they will expire this year. The contracts are the preferred vehicle for NCI Agency and the agency is required to approach the contracts’ vendors first when a need arises.

To date, the NCI Agency has obligated more than €22 million, or more than $30.3 million, through the contracts.

The NCI Agency plans to make four or five awards.

The presolicitation was released May 12. Reponses are due June. 10.

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