The US Air Force has issued a request for proposals (RPF) for the second phase of its $24bn network-centric solutions (NETCENTS) project.
All proposals for the NETCENTS 2 Enterprise Integration and Service Management requirement, will be open until 1 April, according to informationweek.com.
NETCENTS 2 is a five-year, $9bn procurement programme for a range of network services, including networking hardware and software, security, engineering and systems integration.
The air force will award six to nine contracts totalling to $460m, with a base period of three years.
Under the contract, the winner will have to provide services to support the migration of network-centric systems.
The air force, which has delayed its NETCENTS 2 RFP several times before, now wants to award the first contract in July.
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