DISA Seeks Database Administration, Maintenance Services Provider for Nat’l Ground Intell Center

The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued a pair of sources sought notices for small businesses that can help the National Ground Intelligence Center manage and sustain on-premise systems and applications.

DISA wants information on potential vendors in the HUBZone and general small business socioeconomic categories for NGIC’s Maintenance Enterprise Technology and Applications initiative.

Data Systems Analysts currently supports NGIC under a contract with a period of performance that began Aug. 1, 2017 and will end on Jan. 31, 2019.

NGIC requires information technology support services necessary to migrate the center’s databases, apps and systems to an Amazon Web Services-built cloud infrastructure.

The facility also needs help to update and maintain a software platform that stores enterprise financial planning, budget, manpower and force structure data.

DISA added the center wants to use scripting languages for the integration and testing of certain software updates, as well as incorporate the U.S. Army‘s community shared resources into the infrastructure that supports Enterprise Audit Program.

Interested parties can submit input to the agency through Nov. 19.

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