CBD WATCH

Air Force. Command, control and communications technology demonstration. Sol. F30602-96-R-0058. (CBD, Jan. 12) The Air Force seeks a contractor to develop, integrate and demonstrate technologies of the C3 Directorate of Rome Laboratory, including command and control, communications, artificial intelligence, computer systems and system/software engineering. Contact Laurie Marchesani, Air Force, Rome Laboratory/PK, 26 Electronic Parkway, Rome, N.Y. 13441-4514, (315) 330-4996.

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Air Force. Peer-to-peer information system management. Sol. F30602-96-R-0049. (CBD, Jan. 12) The Air Force seeks a contractor to design, develop and demonstrate a peer-level management architecture and implementation to provide for global monitoring and control of information system resources. This will provide the architecture and system required to manage increasingly complicated and diverse resources. The RFP will not be released before Jan. 31. Contact Marie E. Viscelli, Air Force, Rome Laboratory/PK, 26 Electronic Parkway, Rome, N.Y. 13441-4514, (315) 330-1954.

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Computer Sciences Corp. Asynchronous Transfer Mode service. Sol. ATD-124-MKC-96/0009. (CBD, Jan. 16) CSC, on behalf of NASA, seeks to migrate the Program Support Communications Network's backbone to ATM technology where such a move proves to be cost-effective. The migration will be accomplished in phases. The winner will have a proven experience base of telecom service delivery at very high levels of throughput, availability, reliability and maintainability. An RFP will be issued on or about Jan. 20. Contact Marla K. Carter, Computer Sciences Corp., P.O. Box 240005, Huntsville, Ala. 35824-6405, (205) 544-8953, Fax (205) 544-5125.

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The items included here have been selected from recent Commerce Business Daily issues. Full text is available on-line on FCW's Web page at "http://www.fcw.com" and in hard copy from the Government Printing Office.

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