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GSA Awards $25 Billion Millennia Information Technology ContractContract Provides for Emerging Technologies into the New Millennium

GSA #9575

April 28, 1999
FTS Contact: Charles Self or Mary Whitley, (703) 605-9750
Bill Bearden, (202) 501-1231

WASHINGTON  -- The U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Federal Technology Service today announced awards to 12 prime contractors on GSA's 10-year, $25 billion Millennia contract.

The Millennia contract provides a broad range of high-quality information technology (IT) services under multiple award contracts that will allow GSA to continue to support its clients in a timely and cost-effective manner into the next millennium. Not limited to existing technology, the Millennia contract provides for the acquisition of new and emerging technologies that evolve over the contract's life.

The 12 Millennia prime contractors are:

Boeing Information Services, Inc.
Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
DynCorp I & ET, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Services, Inc.
Logicon, Inc.
OAO Corporation
PRC, Inc.
Raytheon Technical Services Company
Science Applications International Corporation
Systems Research and Applications Corporation
Unisys Corporation

Under Millennia, GSA will continue to use the streamlined acquisition procedures that led to the overwhelming success of the Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) "9600" contract. This will allow GSA to continue meeting the Federal government's demand for large system integration and development projects in a timely and cost effective manner.

The Millennia contract covers all requirements for IT under the general categories of software engineering, communications, and system integration. These categories include computer hardware, ancillary equipment, software, firmware, and services including telecommunications and support services. Services may be acquired in the United States, its territories and possessions, and foreign countries.

The base period for the Millennia contract is five years, with one five-year option. Millennia includes provisions for firm fixed price, cost plus fixed fee, and cost reimbursable task orders. The award process was completed in less than five months.

For further contract specific information, contact Iris C. Faltz, contracting officer, at (703) 605-9802 or iris.faltz@gsa.gov.