DISA issues RFP for White House comm pact

DISA issues RFP for White House comm pact

The Defense Information Systems Agency this week issued a request for proposals for telecommunications services to support the White House Travel Office.

Under the White House Communications Agency Travel Telecommunications Services RFP released Tuesday, DISA is looking for a vendor to provide communications services for the office, which oversees travel by the president, first lady, members of the executive staff and Secret Service officers. The contract would run for one year with four one-year options, according to the RFP, posted here.

Under the contract, DISA will hire one of the following vendors: AT&T Corp., BellSouth Corp., CenturyTel Inc. of Monroe, La., Southwestern Bell Corp. of San Antonio, Sprint Corp., Qwest Communications Corp., MCI Corp. or Verizon Corp.

DISA provides program management and communications engineering support to WHCA.


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