According to Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa, the Department of Homeland Security plans to make a business decision by the end of 2018 about how the department will procure a large share of its information technology services after the EAGLE II contract vehicle ends in 2020.
“Recent reports suggesting that the department has made a decision about an ‘EAGLE III’ or that DHS will be releasing anything related to it by the end of this year are disappointingly inaccurate,” said Ms. Correa. “DHS prides itself on providing frequent, accurate, and timely information to industry. As I have previously indicated publicly, the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer is working closely with the Office of the Chief Information Officer to analyze information that will lead to a final decision about how DHS will fulfill its needs when EAGLE II ends. We hope to make a decision by the end of 2018, and I will share that decision with our industry community as soon as it is practicable to do so.”
The Department of Homeland Security established the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) in 2013 as a multiple‑award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle specifically designed as the preferred source of information technology services for the department’s information technology infrastructure and initiatives.
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