DISA seeks HUBZone contractor for White House project

The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued a request for information from small businesses for an aggressive modernization program underway at the White House Communications Agency.

DISA provides program management and communications engineering support to WHCA.

But in the RFI released on July 21, the agency is seeking information from vendors within the Small Business Administration's Historically Underutilized Business Zone Certification Category with proficiency in systems engineering and program management.

The modernization program at WHCA involves upgrading critical systems, according to the RFI.

DISA seeks small businesses with expertise in:

  • LAN and WAN implementations

  • Optical communications

  • Computer networks

  • Voice and video over IP

  • Quality of service

  • Mobile IP

  • IP Version 6

  • Cryptography and network security

  • Network management and monitoring

  • Satellite communications architectures.

  • DISA also requests that the vendor have available staff with Defense Department security clearances and various IT certifications.

    Vendors have until July 29 to submit responses electronically.


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