US Army issues RFP for media work in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: The US Army is seeking a firm for media work for its External Information Program in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to a federal filing. The IDIQ contract has a budget of $10 million per year, with three option years available. The work will continuing an informational campaign about counter-improvised explosive devices (C-IED), which encourages the Afghan people to report related activities. The program aims to promote the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Afghan National Security Forces and encourage education and development in Afghanistan, according to the RFP. The firm will be tasked to create billboards, posters, educational information, newspaper and TV ads, radio messages, and documentaries. Proposals were due today, March 25.

WASHINGTON: The US Army is seeking a firm for media work for its External Information Program in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to a federal filing. The IDIQ contract has a budget of $10 million per year, with three option years available. The work will continuing an informational campaign about counter-improvised explosive devices (C-IED), which encourages the Afghan people to report related activities. The program aims to promote the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Afghan National Security Forces and encourage education and development in Afghanistan, according to the RFP. The firm will be tasked to create billboards, posters, educational information, newspaper and TV ads, radio messages, and documentaries. Proposals were due today, March 25.

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