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Immigration Bureau Proposes IT Services Contract Valued Up To $500 Million

Other Homeland Security departments might piggyback on the outsourcing contract.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau of the Department of Homeland Security is proposing to outsource a variety of IT services in a contract valued at between $225 million and $500 million. The contract would be for one year, with renewal options for four additional one-year periods.

According to a presolicitation notice posted last week on a government Web site, the contract would include hardware maintenance, asset management, IT infrastructure deployment, LAN administration, desktop support, and IT cabling services, as well as help-desk, network-management, and security-management operations.

Other Homeland Security units might piggyback on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement contract, the presolicitation notice says.

Vendors interested in pursuing the contract must provide the bureau with their qualifications by Feb. 15. A competitive bidding process will follow.

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