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Drug Enforcement Administration Seeks Info on Secondary DOJ Cloud Site

cloudThe Drug Enforcement Administration is seeking potential sources to develop and operate a secondary Federal Risk and Authorization Program-compliant hybrid cloud environment.

DEA issued a sources sought solicitation Monday for a cloud service provider to aid the agency in forming a contracting process for its cloud programs and designing a reference architecture.

A potential contractor would work to migrate applications to a FedRAMP-accredited cloud platform, produce a technical design as a template for other government agencies and develop data security measures.

DEA seeks a secondary site with geospatial mapping, failover services, data backup and support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Microsoft Windows Server virtual machines.

The Justice Department’s DEA Sterling Park technology center is one of the data centers that serve to host agency-wide services.

DEA is accepting submissions from interested vendors until July 17.

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