The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued two solicitations as it plans to update the Pentagon’s unclassified and classified networks, Bloomberg Government reported Monday.
The solicitations issued Nov. 15 for the Department of Defense Network Services program come as DoD works to provide other defense agencies an opportunity to adopt the CSRA-developed MilCloud 2.0 system and other cloud platforms.
DoDNET Services will include cybersecurity, software-defined networking, engineering, network management and operations and other support services.
One of the two requests for proposals will be a full-and-open competition that could be worth at least $100M, while the other will be a set-aside program for HUBZone-certified businesses that could be valued at $10M to $100M, according to BGOV.
The report noted that DISA may award two or more contracts in support of the DoDNET Services requirement and will accept responses to the solicitations through Dec. 7.