Transcom Seeks C5 Support for Joint Enabling Capabilities Command

cyber, computerThe U.S. Transportation Command wants information on potential contractors that can provide command, control, cyber, communications and collaboration support for the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command.

Transcom said in a FedBizOpps notice published Nov. 9 that it is in search of vendors that can provide cyber defense, life-cycle sustainment, software management, automatic data processing equipment degaussing and disposal support, hardware repair and other information technology services.

According to the notice, the potential contract has a 17-day transition period, a one-year base term and three option years.

Contractors with experience and knowledge in C4 resources deployment and collaborative systems development and integration are also encouraged to submit information to Transcom.

The command will accept responses through Thursday.

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