Federal law enforcement training centers are shopping for enterprise IT services

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The interagency organization tasked with training federal, state and local law enforcement officers is prepping for an enterprise IT support services contract that ranges from hardware and software to zero trust architecture and configuration management support.

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers — or FLETC —are planning a potential information technology support contract that would provide a range of enterprise services, according to a Wednesday request for information.

Housed within the Department of Homeland Security, FLETC serves as an interagency law enforcement training consortium that partners with 103 federal organizations — as well as state, local, tribal and international law enforcement offices — to provide training and resources at facilities in Glynco, Georgia.; Artesia, New Mexico.; Charleston, South Carolina; and Cheltenham, Maryland.

Wednesday’s RFI called for vendors able to provide a “broad range of enterprise IT support services and solutions” to the consortium’s Chief Information Officer Directorate and its multiple divisions. 

Those divisions span an extensive set of offerings, touching everything from enterprise IT services, hardware and software acquisition, IT service management, operations and support, IT network infrastructure and telecommunications, onsite services, cybersecurity and IT business management.

Additionally, interested contractors may also outline their ability to help plug capability gaps in areas like quality control, acquisition support, configuration management, business analysis, customer relationship management, systems integration, zero trust architecture support and division administrative support.

Interested vendors have until 5 p.m. EST on Sept. 6 to respond.