DISA to award security pacts

DISA to award security pacts

The Defense Department accepted bids last week for its seven-year, $1.5 billion Information Assurance Services procurement.

Defense Information Systems Agency officials have divided the systems security buy into service areas: computer network attack and defense; education, training and awareness; and standards, architecture, engineering and integration support.

DISA's Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., plans to select the winning bidders by June 30.

The Information Assurance Services buy is a follow-on to the five-year Information Security Technical Services contracts held by Computer Sciences Corp., Merdan Group Inc. of San Diego and Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego. Those contracts expire July 12.

DISA will award up to 10 contracts, including four small-business set-aside awards, according to market research company Input of Vienna, Va.

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