“We will have the ability to reach high-range precision lights that we never envisaged before,” he added. “And it will give us a multi-domain capability to work with the joint force and coalition partners, and give us capabilities that will really make a difference.” The text of the agreement, officially signed by McConnell and Johnson on April 6, 1966, was as follows: a similar conference to review the agreement was proposed in 1993. Roger I. Anglin. “Roles and missions: is it time for another important agreement on the West?” (PDF) U.S. Army War College. Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania 17013: 27, 28.CS1 main: rental (link) Three Wire Systems LLC, Falls Church, Virginia, receives a multiple price,, fixed price Department of Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) Lump Sum purchase contract (BPA) in accordance with General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule Contract GS-35F-0300T. The total estimated value of EPS is $74,500,000. DOD ESI is a joint DOD project aimed at optimizing the collection process and providing selected IT products and services that meet applicable standards and deliver the best value for DOD. Under ESI, doD uses aggregated purchasing power to enter into enterprise agreements with information technology manufacturers and high-demand resellers of commercial IT products and services. This winner will join the rest of the 2018 Carahsoft fiscal year (Reston, Virginia); Immix (McLean, Virginia); and Alamo City Engineering Services (San Antonio, Texas) to provide DOD, the Intelligence Community and the Coast Guard with Forescout branded software licenses, proprietary appliances and maintenance support. The products offered with this BPA meet functional requirements and functions in the following categories: Forescout Integration Modules, CounterAct, Forescout Training and Solution Support and ActiveCare Support Services.
The order period runs from November 9, 2020 to December 20, 2022. This BPA is issued in accordance with the DOD ESI, in accordance with the guidelines and guidelines of the Federal Defence Acquisition Supplement, Section 208.74. This BPA will not commit the funds at the time of award. Credits are committed through procurement contracts for operating and maintenance (DOD) assets. The requirements will compete among the winners, in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation 8.403-3 (c) (2), and the successful contractor receives fixed price contracts. This BPA was obtained competitively through the E-Buy GSA website among 679 suppliers. An offer was received and one was selected for the prize.