Air Force Seeks Software Dev’t Service Provider for Collaboration Platform

The U.S. Air Force is seeking qualified industry sources of software development services for a web-based technology platform designed to facilitate joint operation planning.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says the selected contractor will help the military branch update and maintain the Global Adaptive Planning Collaborative Information Environment 2.0 application through agile software development methodology.

Tasks will include database and program management, quality assurance, configuration and on-site customer support services.

The contractor must have a top secret clearance for its facility, on-site personnel or development laboratory.

GAP CIE is designed to provide commanders, subordinate teams and agencies with a virtual collaborative platform to plan missions and make decisions.

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