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Army Issues RFI on Biometrics Research and Development Work

biometricsThe U.S. Army is seeking information on potential vendors that can perform biometrics-related research, development and implementation work for the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate of the Communications Electronics Research and Development Engineering Center.

According to a notice from the U.S. Army Contracting Command in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, posted Wednesday on FedBizOpps.gov, the RFI focuses on Biometrically Enabled Intelligence System Integration Lab infrastructure and software framework, technology integration standards and other R&D support.

Although the RFI does not guarantee a contract, it said potential contractors or subcontractors are expected to be ready and fully staffed by July 29.

The Army expects to receive responses, including a statement of capabilities and the filled-in market survey questionnaire, on July 14.

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