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DISA Awards Multinational Information Sharing Work (Updated)

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The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded a 5-year, $34 million contract to EDS to provide network and systems engineering and other support services for the Multinational Information Sharing (MNIS) Program Management Office. The contract is being awarded under Encore II contract vehicle. As part of the contract, Harris, the sole subcontractor to EDS, received a $27 million subcontract to support EDS in its MNIS work. DID has more on the MNIS network, which aims to mitigate a serious issue that makes it more difficult for American forces to fight alongside their allies… MNIS is a consolidated approach to ensuring seamless information sharing among U.S. forces and their allied and coalition partners. The MNIS Program Management Office manages current multinational information sharing efforts, provides MNIS services and applications for the future Global Information Grid enterprise information environment, and facilitates information sharing among DoD components and eligible foreign nations in support of planning and execution of military operations. The SETA contract has a 1-year base period with 4 one-year options. Harris will provide network and system engineering, program management, acquisition, configuration management and strategic planning support. Prior to this, Harris provided systems engineering and integration services for 7 years to the […]

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