Marines Eye Contractor Support for C4 Systems

The U.S. Marine Corps has issued a request for information on technical support services necessary to integrate and test command, control, communications and computer systems.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday says the USMC is eyeing contractor personnel who can offer test and engineering support for C2 applications under the service branch’s Combat Operations Center and Networking-On-the-Move programs.

Other services highlighted in the RFI document include document reviews, product assessment and assistance for meetings and help desk operations.

The service branch will accept responses to the notice via email through July 19.

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