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House of Representatives Issues Data Center Services RFP

DataCenterThe House of Representatives office of the chief administrative officer is looking for a contractor to provide data center colocation services to legislative branch agencies.

Industry proposals for the potential six-year data center space and operations contract are due Nov. 25, the House said Monday in a FedBizOpps solicitation notice.

The House also published a scope of work statement that details security, network connectivity and on-site technical requirements for the data repository hub.

The chamber wants the facility to be located within 350 miles of Capitol Hill and at a site that is less susceptible to extreme weather and natural disasters.

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