Forcepoint’s federal business has won a potential four-year, $89 million firm-fixed-price contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to develop a user activity monitoring technology. The contract, which comes via meritorious election by the General Services Administration, tasks Forcepoint Federal with equipping the Department of Defense Combatant Commands and Fourth Estate entities with the user activity […] More
Chris Painter, vice president and chief engineer for the Navy and Marine Corps Intranet at Perspecta, wrote in an article published Wednesday on Breaking Defense that there are several steps the Defense Information Systems Agency can take as it plans to modernize the information technology infrastructure of fourth estate agencies through the Defense Enclave Services program. He said the first step calls for DISA to assess the as-is environment to better understand the capabilities of the IT infrastructure and the population“™s requirements.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued sources sought notices to seek information on potential vendors that can provide information technology help desk support services for “fourth estate“ agencies, Nextgov reported Monday. The three separate notices posted Monday on FedBizOpps want information on women-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses; HUBZone-certified vendors; and “unrestricted“ or large […] More