DISA Encore III is a follow-on to the DISA Encore II IDIQ vehicle and focuses on modernizing IT capabilities at the federal level, particularly within DoD. The scope of Encore III includes all activities within the Military Services and DoD. Other Federal agencies may utilize this contract to satisfy their Information Technology (IT) requirements after making the appropriate Economy Act Determination in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 17.5). IT solutions that can be requested under this contract vehicle encompass a range of capabilities from legacy systems to emerging net-centric technologies, cyber security, mobile environments, web-scale IT, cloud-based disaster recovery and evolving network interfaces. The government can use this vehicle to obtain support covering different operating levels in areas such as Command and Control (C2), Intelligence, Mission support areas, unified capabilities, enterprise services, business systems and other elements of the DoD Information Network (DoDIN). The work performed under this contract includes supporting the government by furnishing personnel, materials, travel, services, managed services and other items needed to satisfy the worldwide development, deployment, operation, maintenance and sustainment requirements of DISA and its customers.
SETI is a contract vehicle that has a focused scope to provide new, non-commodity and innovative information technology engineering solutions, embracing cutting-edge technologies and methodologies for mission partners across DoD. The SETI vehicle was designed for current complex and unique requirements, as well as built to be technology-agnostic in order to solve capability gaps in all future mission needs. Mission partners: DoD Offices and Agencies; Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD); Federal Agencies; Coast Guard; Intelligence Community; Combatant Commands; Joint Staff; Air Force; Army; Marine Corps; Navy; Mission Partner Engagement Office (MEPO); and International Partners.
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