The General Services Administration, on behalf of the DoD’s High Performance Computing Modernization Office [HPCMO], officially issued a request for proposal for the User Productivity Enhancement, Technology Transfer and Training [PETTT] program. The proposal, issues on October 18th, seeks to improve collaboration among government agencies, industry and academia.
Under the contract, the contracting organization must provide training and support to DoD high performance computing users. The contractor must also provide support, tools and knowledge transfer to boost overall user productivity. The contract award will cover a two-month transition phase, a twelve month base period, four one year option periods and five one-year award term periods.
For more info on the contract recompetition, read the full article here.