By FCW – Matthew Weigelt
The Defense Information Systems Agency is now taking proposals for its 10-year, $902 million Communications Capacity Services Contract (CSC II), a single-award task order contract.
DISA will use the contract to get reliable, responsive, and cost-effective communications infrastructure services.
The winning contractor will provide defense customers with hardware and software equipment, including routers, switches, appliances, monitoring equipment, monitoring and reporting software and other supporting devices.
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