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Current Opportunities


Scroll down to see our current opportunities, grouped by the type of procurement procedure. All dates stated are current best estimates.
We invite you to read more about the NCI Agency's Business, applied procurement methods and procedures, our Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) Programme, and contract vehicles available for use by our Customers.

If you wish to submit capability statements (max five A4 pages) on your ability to support NATO's digital transformation, please do so using industryrelations@ncia.nato.int. Capability statement submissions are for information only and will not be accepted via any other forum or means, will not be evaluated as a submission to a bid or other calls for information, and a response is not guaranteed.




Invitations For Bids (IFB) or BOA+ Competitions


  Urgent Obsolescence Management – Mitigation (UOMM) for CIS Security Services

The NCI Agency is seeking deployment of both the Network Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (NIPS) and Full Packet Capture (FPC).

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115511-UOMM-3

  NOI release:

1 July 2021

NOI closing:

1 August 2021

Expected contract award:

NLT Q4 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

TBC

Entry Last Modified:

1 Jul 2021


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  Provision, Maintenance and Support of Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) Analysis Software

CBRN Analysis is an off-the-shelf software application designed to ensure increased resilience for Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear by supporting activities such as assessment of CBRN risks, CBRN Warning and Reporting, calculation of CBRN hazard areas, and contribution to the NATO Common Operating Picture (NCOP) via export of CBRN information. The purpose of this contract is to provide CBRN Analysis software for use in the NATO enterprise. The contractor shall also be responsible for delivering maintenance and support of the software.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115504-CBRN

  NOI release:

1 July 2021

NOI closing:

5 August 2021

Expected contract award:

NLT December 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

NLT September 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

End of July 2021

Entry Last Modified:

1 Jul 2021


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  Provision of Commercial Training Solutions

The NCI Agency is planning to issue an Invitation for Bids (IFB) to procure commercial training solutions for 5 years (3 year base contract +2 option years). Through this contract(s) NCIA will procure commercial training solutions for NCIA and their customers. Partial bidding is allowed under this contract.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115520-TRN

  NOI release:

18 June 2021

NOI closing:

16 July 2021

Contact email:

dorina.cani@ncia.nato.int

Expected contract award:

Q4 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

30 days after IFB release

Entry Last Modified:

21 Jun 2021


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  Enterprise License Agreement for VEEAM Software

The NCI Agency is planning to issue an Invitation for Bids (IFB) for an Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) for VEEAM software licenses for 4 years (1 year base contract +3 option years). This ELA will support VEEAM licensing requirements throughout NATO – at headquarters, commands, agencies and other NATO organisations.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115496-VEEAM

  NOI release:

10 June 2021

NOI closing:

8 July 20

Contact email:

dorina.cani@ncia.nato.int

Expected contract award:

Q4 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

30 days after IFB Release

Entry Last Modified:

14 Jun 2021


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  NETSCOUT/GIGAMON HW-SW In Service Support for NATO Network Infrastructure

This is a notification of an International Competitive Bidding for the provision of In-Service Support of existing NATO NETSCOUT/GIGAMON HW and Software. This contract will provide for a fixed number of scheduled services, executed at the Peace Time Location (PTL) of the systems throughout NATO.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115445-NETSCOUT-GIGAMON

  NOI release:

5 May 2021

NOI closing:

7 June 2021

Expected contract award:

December 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

30 June 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

Q3 2021

Entry Last Modified:

5 May 2021


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  NOKIA HW-SW In Service Support for NATO Network Infrastructure

This is a notification of an International Competitive Bidding for the provision of In-Service Support of existing NATO NOKIA HW and Software. This contract will provide for a fixed number of scheduled services, executed at the Peace Time Location (PTL) of the systems throughout NATO.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115422-NOKIA-ISS

  NOI release:

26 April 2021

NOI closing:

1 June 2021

Expected contract award:

December 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

June 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

Q3 2021

Entry Last Modified:

27 Apr 2021


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  IT Strategic Research and Analysis Subscription

The NCI Agency explicitly seeks expertise, products, advice and services in the areas listed Annex A of the Notification of Intent.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115419-ITSR

  NOI release:

19 March 2021

NOI closing:

30 April 2021

Expected contract award:

Q1 2022

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

Q3 2021

Entry Last Modified:

19 Mar 2021


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  NATO Transportable Satellite Ground Terminals Third Generation (TSGT3G) and Upgraded Transportable Satellite Ground Terminals (UTSGT) In-Service Support Activities

This is a notification of an International Competitive Bidding for the provision of In-Service Support of the NATO Family of Transportable Satellite Ground Terminals (TSGTs). This contract will provide for a fixed number of scheduled services, executed at the Peace Time Location (PTL) of the systems throughout NATO.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115401-TSGT-ISS

  NOI release:

19 February 2021

NOI closing:

26 March 2021

Expected contract award:

NLT December 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

June 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

August 2021

Entry Last Modified:

23 Feb 2021


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  The Enterprise Frequent and Swift Transaction (e-FAST) Contracts Programme for the provision of Palo Alto Networks Devices & Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Support Agreement

The NCI Agency is seeking to establish Enterprise Agreements for the entire product lifecycle of Palo Alto Networks equipment and services. Through two Schedules, the Agency will establish a preferred vehicle for the procurement of Palo Alto Networks devices (Schedule A) and the ongoing support of existing, and future, Palo Alto Networks devices through an Enterprise Support Agreement (Schedule B).

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115160-EAPA

  NOI release:

3 February 2021

NOI closing:

8 March 2021

Expected contract award:

Q4 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

TBC

Entry Last Modified:

5 Feb 2021


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  Tactical Deployable Communications and Information Systems (TDCIS)

The scope of this upcoming opportunity is for the provision of Tactical Deployable Communications and Information Systems (TDCIS) for the Portuguese Army. The TDCIS shall provide the Portuguese (PRT) Army with a secure, modular, sustainable and interoperable means of communications and information exchange with other deployed PRT Army units connected to the Portuguese National Defence Network (NDN), or with deployed elements of mission partners connected to the NATO Federated Mission Network (FMN).

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115363-PRT-TDCIS

  NOI release:

18 January 2021

NOI closing:

Postponed to 29 April 2021

Expected contract award:

Q4 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

3 June 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

29 October 2021

Entry Last Modified:

27 Jan 2021


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  Enterprise Business Applications (EBA) Project, Portfolio, Programme and Service Management (P3SM)

The scope of this upcoming opportunity is for the provision of Enterprise Business Applications (EBA) Project, Portfolio, Programme and Service Management (P3SM). The aim is to select and implement a robust P3SM capability as an integrated component of the NCI Agency EBA suite. It consists of a Work Package covering the implementation and options for Operations and Maintenance support.

Reference:

IFB-CO-115226-P3SM

  NOI release:

3 November 2020

NOI closing:

24 November 2020

Expected contract award:

Q3 2021

  IFB/RFQ release:

22 June 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

4 August 2021

Entry Last Modified:

3 Nov 2020


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  Reorganisation of Ship-Shore-Ship Buffer (SSSB) Capability Including Associated Communications Systems

The project Reorganisation of Ship-Shore-Ship Buffer (SSSB) Capability Including Associated Communications Systems, serial 2015/0CM03072-02,03&05, will replace and modernize existing SSSB obsolete radio and control equipment in The United Kingdom (three sites), Greece (six sites) and The Netherlands (four sites). The scope of the project is broken down into Work Package 1 (Civil Works and Site Preparation) and Work Package 2 (Radio Communications Subsystem and Data Link Communication Upgrade).

Reference:

IFB-CO-15577-SSSB

  NOI release:

21 October 2020

NOI closing:

26 February 2021

Expected contract award:

Q2 2022

  IFB/RFQ release:

Q4 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

TBD

Entry Last Modified:

22 Oct 2020


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  Provide ACCS Software Based Element (ASBE) Voice Communication Equipment (VCE)

The scope of this Contract is for the provision and the implementation of the ASBE Voice Communications Equipment (VCE) at sites Rinas (Albania), Pleso (Croatia), Zvolen (Slovakia), and Brnik (Slovenia) and integration and remote control of national radio sites in these locations. The VCE at each site will provide the operators with access to G-A-G circuits including HF, VHF and UHF channels and also voice co-ordination circuits for tactical data links. G-G circuits provide communication with a wide variety of entities over many different carrier networks. Destinations include radar and other sensor sites, military and civilian Air Traffic Control (ATC) centres, weapons co-ordination, air defence centres, deployable systems, Command, Control, Communication and Information (C3I) Centres and other ACCS entities. Intercom facilities give ASBE operators communication with each other.

Reference:

IFB-CO-14123-ACCS

  NOI release:

14 April 2020

NOI closing:

Extended to 30 November 2020

Expected contract award:

Postponed to Q3 2022

  IFB/RFQ release:

Postponed to Q3 2021

IFB/RFQ closing:

Postponed to Q4 2021

Entry Last Modified:

17 Apr 2020


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Basic Ordering Agreements (BOA) Competitions


  Urgent Obsolescence Management – Mitigation (UOMM) for CIS Security Services

The NCI Agency is seeking to extend warranties for RSA and Keysight items.

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115513-UOMM-5

  RFQ release:

Q3 2021

RFQ closing:

Q3 2021

Expected contract award:

Q3 2021

Entry Last Modified:

7 Jul 2021


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  Network Equipment for Various Sites

The NCI Agency is seeking to procure network equipment for various sites in Bulgaria. The scope of this Contract will include the provision of networking components and related ancillaries.

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115430-BGR

  RFQ release:

Q3 2021

RFQ closing:

Q3 2021

Expected contract award:

Q4 2021

Entry Last Modified:

31 May 2021


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  Provision of Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) Information Management Portal within Education, Training, Exercise and Evaluation (ETEE) Functional Services (FS)

The purpose of this upcoming RFQ is to select a vendor for the provision of services to deliver and implement a BMD Information Management portal configured to meet the ETEE FS BMD requirements.

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115114-ETEE

  RFQ release:

Q3 2021

RFQ closing:

Q4 2021

Expected contract award:

Q1 2022

Entry Last Modified:

19 Mar 2021


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  Cyber Security System Refresh

The NCI Agency is seeking the acquisition and deployment of cyber defense systems as replacement for those that are at, or near, End-of-Life (EoL) within three environments at the NATO Computer Incident Response Centre (NCIRC) located in SHAPE, Mons, Belgium.

Reference:

RFQ-CO-115300-CSSR

  RFQ release:

Q4 2021

RFQ closing:

30 days after RFQ Release

Expected contract award:

Q1 2022

Entry Last Modified:

16 Nov 2020


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Market Surveys (MS) or Request for Information


  WHOIS Database Provider (WHS)

The NCI Agency requests information regarding WHOIS database providers, that can provide information on which person and organization register a domain, and that is able to reverse search in order to find related attacker infrastructure, through their application. The purpose of this market survey is to seek WHOIS database providers that meets NCIA minimum requirements.

Reference:

MS-CO-115492-WHS

MS/RFI release:

25 June 2021

MS/RFI closing:

16 August 2021

Entry Last Modified:

28 Jun 2021

Target Suppliers:

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