Navy Seeks Info on Potential IT Support Sources for Environmental Program Web App

The U.S. Navy has asked information on potential industry sources that can help provide programming, development, administration, maintenance and other information technology services for a web application that works to support the service branch’s environmental program.

The Environmental Program Requirements Web is a Microsoft stack-based online application used by the Navy to perform budget development and execution tracking, data collection for reports to Congress and hazardous waste monitoring functions, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday.

Potential vendors should also provide business process support services that include financial data transfer, budget formation and user training.

Other tasks include program management support, server and database administration, help desk and other IT maintenance and security services.

The Navy also requires knowledge of primary environmental regulations as well experience with the Defense Department’s IT requirements and usage of the EPRWeb application.

Responses to the sources sought notice are due Aug. 18.

 

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