DLA Requests Info on Potential Antenna Sources

b-w-world-peopleThe Defense Logistics Agency has released a sources sought synopsis as part of its research into vendors that can supply DLA with antennas.

DIA approved Boeing and Cobham‘s advanced electronic cage business as potential supply sources and the agency will use data from its market survey to determine the method of procurement for antennas, U.S. Federal Contractor Registration said Wednesday.

USFCR added that interested contractors can submit applications through Oct. 9.

Contractors must be registered with the System for Award Management database to qualify for the contract, according to the registration firm.

The company said the government evaluates market data to ascertain potential market capacity to secure and implement corporate financial, human capital and technical resources as well as develop a project management plan that complies with program schedules and risk mitigation.

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