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DISA Discloses 3-Year Enterprise Net Equipment Purchase Plan

NGENGlobeThe Defense Information Systems Agency plans to purchase nearly $239 million in equipment over the next three fiscal years to operate and maintain the U.S. military’s core enterprise network.

Several manufacturers could compete to provide DISA equipment covered under the agency’s Approved Products List, according to an Aug. 15 FedBizOpps notice.

Manufacturers identified in the APL can obtain a government sponsor and apply to have their products tested and added to the list at any time, DISA said in the notice.

DISA uses the Defense Information Systems Network to provide voice, data, video and bandwidth services to the president, defense secretary, military services, defense agencies, combatant commanders, operating forces and coalition partners.

The agency listed items personal computers, servers, workstations, Internet Protocol networking equipment and security hardware and software as potential items for purchase.

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