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GSA Seeks Support Services for Defense Innovation Unit

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The General Services Administration has released an advanced notice to inform potential contractors about an upcoming opportunity in support of the Defense Innovation Unit.

The potential five-year contract would provide for scientific, technical and subject matter expertise that can support DIU in multiple areas including artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous systems, information technology, cyber, space technology, human systems and advanced energy and materials, GSA said Thursday in a SAM.gov notice.

Support tasks under the effort would also encompass program management, business operations and procurement.

Work would begin on Sept. 1st and take place at multiple locations including those in California, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Japan, Germany, South Korea and Washington, D.C.

The government expects to allot $10 million per year for the effort, which includes a one-year base period and four option years through Aug. 31, 2027. Interested parties may submit expressions of interest through April 10.