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GSA Awards $50 Billion Alliant Information Technology Contract

GSA #10575

March 27, 2009  
Contact: Robert Lesino, (202) 501-1231
robert.lesino@gsa.gov 

WASHINGTON - The U.S. General Services Administration announced today the selection of 59 firms for award under the $50 billion Alliant information technology contract. 
 
Alliant is a governmentwide acquisition contract, providing federal agencies a centralized source to acquire integrated information technology solutions worldwide.  The contract has a five-year base period, with one five-year renewal option.  It provides streamlined access to a broad range of management and technical support services, enabling complex IT solutions to be acquired under a multiple award, indefinite delivery, and indefinite quantity contract.
 
“The award of Alliant is an important step in ensuring that agencies can rapidly deploy the funds they receive through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for information technology,” said Acting Administrator Paul F. Prouty. “GSA is now better positioned to assist our federal customers to meet their IT requirements in a streamlined and efficient manner while meeting the administration’s goals for transparency and oversight in federal contracting.”
                                                                                                                          
The Alliant contract offers the same scope of solutions offered by the recently awarded Alliant small business contract set aside for exclusive small business participation.  Alliant supports goals for streamlining acquisition processes and delivering cost-effective IT solutions to federal government agencies to improve service and increase efficiency.  It also supports objectives of the federal enterprise architecture program.  The Alliant contract was developed within the framework prescribed by the IT investment budget guidance issued by the Office of Management and Budget. 
 
“Alliant is a vital component in GSA’s robust portfolio of IT contracts,” said Jim Williams, Commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service. “Alliant ensures that our customers have easy access to innovative IT solutions from a broad spectrum of highly qualified industry partners and provides an exceptional vehicle for federal agencies to achieve their missions through technology. Alliant represents perhaps the most comprehensive and flexible contract for IT solutions in government.”

List of Awardees:

1.) Abacus Technology Corporation  31.) International Business Machines Corporation
2.) Accenture National Security Services, LLC  32.) ITS Corporation
3.) Advanced Management Technology, Inc. 33.) Keane Federal Systems, Inc.
4.) Advanced Technology Systems, Inc. 34.) L-3 Services, Inc.
5.) Alion Science and Technology Corporation 35.) LGS Innovations, LLC
6.) Alliant Solutions, LLC 36.) Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc.
7.) American Systems Corporation 37.) MacAulay-Brown, Inc.
8.) Analytical Services, Inc. 38.) ManTech Advanced Systems International
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9.) Apptis, Inc.  39.) McNeil Technologies, Inc.
10.) ARINC Engineering Services, LLC 40.) NCI Information Systems, Inc.
11.) ARTEL, Inc. 41.) Nortel Government Solutions, Inc.
12.) AT&T Government Solutions, Inc. 42.) Perot Systems Government Services, Inc.
13.) BAE Systems Information Technology, Inc. 43.) Professional Software Engineering, Inc.
14.) BAE Systems Science and Technology, Inc. 44.) Raytheon Company
15.) BearingPoint, Inc. 45.) Science Applications International Corporation
16.) Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. 46.) Serco, Inc.
17.) CACI, Inc. 47.) Smartronix, Inc.
18.) Centech Group, Inc. 48.) Southwest Research Institute
19.) CGI Federal, Inc. 49.) Stanley Associates, Inc.
20.) Client Network Services, Inc. 50.) STG, Inc.
21.) Communication Technologies, Inc. 51.) SYS (DBA SYS Technologies, Inc.)
22.) Computer Sciences Corporation 52.) Systems Research and Applications Corporation
23.) Dynamics Research Corporation 53.) TASC, Inc.
24.) Electronic Data Systems, LLC 54.) TKC Communications, LLC
25.) Engineering and Professional Services, Inc. 55.) Trantech, Inc.
26.) Federal Network Systems, LLC 56.) TYBRIN Corporation
27.) General Dynamics One Source, LLC   57.) Unisys Corporation
28.) Harris Corporation 58.) Vangent, Inc.
29.) Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. 59.) Wyle Information Systems, LLC
30.)  INDUS Corporation  


 

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