The Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General wants to know the availability of commercial cloud services that are certified to store and process controlled unclassified information.
A sources sought notice posted Tuesday on SAM.gov says the OIG is interested in learning about the advantages of migrating key applications to a cloud environment in terms of security, cost, agility and scalability.
Specifically, the office is eyeing a cloud service offering that can handle Impact Level 5 DOD information and connect to the department’s Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Network.
Vendors responding to the request for information should describe their capacity to help the OIG safeguard information and isolate the office from other cloud tenants.
RFI responses are due July 19th.