Department of Labor Seeks IT and Financial Management Services

The Department of Labor has posted a sources sought notice seeking information technology professional and financial services in support of the DoL Wage and Hour Division.

IT professional services will include Agile framework development, big data analytics, IT modernization, mobility, security, operation and maintenance; while financial services will cover management, DoL said in FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday.

Interested contractors may submit entries up to March 23, 10:00 am eastern time, and are advised to have proposal documents not exceed five pages in length.

Work under the prospective contract will be performed at 200 Constitution Avenue, Washington, D.C.

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