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FBI Publishes Timeline for $30 Billion IT Contract

The FBI has published the key dates for the recompete of its $30 billion IT services contract in a special notice published on Fed Biz Ops.

Its current IT Supply and Service Contract will expire in October, prompting a new RFP. So far, the FBI has only published the timeline of the contract along with a date for the first industry day.

A request for information will be released on April 9, which will specify more information about the scope of work and what the FBI wants from the contract.

Details of the first industry day will be in the RFI, with the first date set for April 25 and the second industry day on May 2. The scope of work should be finalized by May 31, with draft solicitation issued by and the final RFP issued by Aug 17.

The notice states that it expects proposals will be due on Oct. 5 and the final award will be made in March 2019.

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