DISA Issues System Engineering, Integration RFI

The Defense Information Systems Agency has posted a request for information to seek potential sources of system engineering and third-party platform integration services from the small business sector.

According to a notice posted Friday on the General Services Administration’s System for Award Management portal, the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is looking to operate a multi-cloud development and production system that will incorporate machine learning and artificial intelligence applications within the Department of Defense’s enterprise.

DoD envisions JAIC to support various AI workflows, speed up the adoption of AI capacities and help grow Joint Force efforts. In addition, the department intends to unify all government data, tools and processes into a single platform.

Service disable-veteran owned, small disadvantaged and women-owned businesses are encouraged to send their responses in line with the RFI.

Interested vendors may reply to the RFI until Dec. 6.

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