The Defense Information Systems Agency has sought information on potential sources of a scheduling system to improve dynamic spectrum sharing for the Citizen Broadband Radio Service.
A request for information posted Wednesday says DISA plans to replace a calendar-based portal used to reserve spectrum for platforms that do not have permanent spectrum access with the proposed scheduling tool under the TARDyS3 program.
DISA's defense spectrum organization wants the scheduling system to be developed using DevSecOps and Agile software development methods and help automate the detection, prevention and resolution of interference incidents.
The agency is seeking comments on plans to hold a reverse industry day, use other transaction authority and challenge-based acquisition as procurement approaches and leverage the Air Force Cloud One and Platform One capabilities.
Interested stakeholders should state their software development experience in several areas, including cloud computing, continuous integration/continuous delivery/deployment, container orchestration using an open source system, business process automation and electromagnetic spectrum propagation.
Responses to the RFI are due July 3.