National Ground Intell Center Seeks Info on Software Dev’t, Data Science Services

National Ground Intell Center Seeks Info on Software Dev’t, Data Science Services
NGIC

The National Ground Intelligence Center wants to identify potential market sources of software development and data science services in support of the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense and the intelligence community.

NGIC said Friday in a SAM notice it seeks market information on the said services needed to support intelligence analysts and adopt DevSecOps, a security-focused software development approach, as the center transitions from outdated methods of development and systems management. 

The unit within the Army Intelligence and Security Command does not intend to purchase data analysis services but will require tools and software to help intelligence analysts perform tasks.

Parties with the sought market information may submit responses through Feb. 1.

Responses will inform NGIC's potential purchase of the services from a contractor that would gain access to classified and unclassified information for the effort.

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