Coast Guard Issues Intell Data, Cloud Support Services RFI

The U.S. Coast Guard has posted a request for information to seek potential sources of contractor services in support of the development, sustainment and implementation of an intelligence enterprise system.

According to a notice on the SAM website posted Saturday, the service branch eyes to incorporate the Coast Guard Intelligence Enterprise into the Intelligence Coordination Center, the Intelligence Information Systems Processing Center and the Intelligence Data Service.

The Coast Guard will employ the Intelligence Data Service to achieve various objectives such as domain content management, maritime domain awareness and data analysis.

Potential contractors are required to perform classified and unclassified engineering and operations support services.

Interested vendors have until March 17 to respond to the RFI.

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