DFAS looks for tools for personally identifiable information
The Defense Finance and Accounting Service is looking for a tool that will help them will help them with personally identifiable information.
DFAS wants a tool that will help detect, remediate and report on personally identifiable information.
The Beta.Sam.Go notice describes the procurement as a small business set-aside. That is about all I know. Access to the request for information itself is restricted.
I’ve put a request to Beta.Sam and to DFAS for a copy. Beta.Sam sent me an automated response asking for my CAGE code and DUNS number, neither of which I have. DFAS asked for the same thing. I'll update this blog if I get it. These kinds of documents are usually readily available, unless of course it is a classified contract.
Comments on the RFI are due Feb. 19. Here is a link to the Beta.Sam notice. If that doesn't work, Beta.Sam lists the notice ID as 1499076.
RFIs are one of the tools the government uses to conduct market research on what is available in the private sector. RFIs, also known as sources sought notices, usually contain a description of the problem the government wants solved or the services they are looking to acquire.
Posted by Nick Wakeman on Feb 03, 2020 at 12:24 PM