Army issues statement of work for ITES-2

The Army today released a draft statement of work for its $10 billion Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Hardware program.

Other draft items for ITES-2H will be released over the next few days, with the final RFP package coming in about a week, according to an Army official. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts have a ceiling of $10 billion and will run over 10 years.

The draft statement of work says a contractor will provide for the purchase and lease of commercial servers, desktops, notebooks, workstations, Thin Clients, storage systems, networking equipment, printers and peripherals, including cabling products, monitors, VTC products, scanners, software and warranty options.

The draft also calls for contractors to provide for technology refreshes, to keep pace with changes in technology, over the life of the contract.

Later this month, the Army also expects to award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts to multiple vendors for Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services, pegged at $20 billion over nine years.

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