The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency plans to issue a recompete contract to acquire mobile device management services for the U.S. Defense Department, C4ISR & Networks reported Thursday.
“We’re finalizing the requirements package and the acquisition strategy, not only for the MDM recompete but really for the program at large to try to leverage lessons learned out of the current MDM contract,” Kim Rice, mobility portfolio manager at DISA, told the publication.
A Digital Management Inc.-led team built a technology platform for DoD to manage the department’s mobile devices under a three-year $16 million contract awarded in 2013.
Rice told the publication MDM services under that contract are scheduled to end in July 2016.
She added DISA is reviewing the program’s scope of work as the agency looks at its collaboration with DMI and gathers customer feedback on the company’s MDM technology.