DTRA plans $430M IT service vehicle

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency released a draft solicitation as it defines the scope of work of a $430 million base contract to support the agency’s Information Integration and Technology Services (I2TS) contract.

The contract will cover a full range of core IT services so I2TS can operate smoothly. DTRA wants the contract to deliver secure IT capabilities and services. DTRA’s intent is seamless and integrated communications for office automation, data collaboration and knowledge management, support of exercises, experimentation and operational support.

Task orders include:

  • IT service integration, provision, transition, and operations
  • Agency-wide cybersecurity support services
  • Agency-wide test and integration support

DTRA intends to award the indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract as a single small-business set-aside. The SOO details the base year of the contract. DTRA expects to consider option years when it awards task orders.

DTRA initially released the notice Dec. 6. Responses are due Dec. 19.

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