DOD eyes investment in FY-21 to consolidate Fourth Estate networks, use savings for 'lethality programs'

May 15, 2019 at 2:03 PM
The Defense Department will consider investing in a new program to collapse more than 600 contracts for unclassified and classified network services across 14 civilian, "Fourth Estate" agencies into a single, 10-year services contract, with the aim of realigning cost savings toward "lethality programs." The Defense Information Systems Agency is mulling the acquisition strategy and determining whether adequate competition exists for the new requirement, called "Defense Enclave Services," according to a May 10 request for information released by DISA. The...

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