FBI will host vendor days on June 4 and 5 in Jacksonville, Fla., to discuss with industry the updated requirements of the recompete for its Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, Nextgov reported Monday.
The agency posted the revised draft solicitation for the new Information Technology Enterprise Contract Services contract on eBuy in the past week.
The document includes an additional technical track, the updated number of expected awards and a list of products and services that the FBI plans to buy under the contract.
Large and small businesses under GSA's IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle can compete for spots on ITECS. The FBI plans to select 20 large businesses and 10 small businesses.
The procurement would focus on end-user services, business applications services, delivery services, platform services, infrastructure services, emerging services and shared services.
FBI did not provide a new figure for ITECS' potential contract value, which was previously at $5B.
The agency did not change the original schedule for initial awards in the first quarter of fiscal year 2020.
Interested parties can submit questions on ITECS through May 13.