DHA starts to preview $290M acquisition support recompete

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The draft request for proposals is now available for small businesses to read through and weigh in on.

The Defense Health Agency has unveiled its first cut of the solicitation for a five-year, $290 million contract covering broad acquisition support services.

Responses for this plan to recompete this small business set-aside contract are due April 24, DHA said in a Monday notice to release the draft request for proposals.

The eventual awardee will be responsible for contract analyst support, procurement technician support, cost analyst support, program management, acquisition planning support and business operations support.

DHA is seeking the full range of contracting, acquisition and program management services to support its activities that include the delivery of medical care to soldiers, civilians and their families.

Tetra Tech inherited the incumbency for this contract in early 2023 through its acquisition of Amyx, an application development and cyber specialist.

Amyx won the work in the summer of 2019 via a pair of task orders worth a combined $95 million. Both orders are slated to expire in August, according to Deltek data.