GSA Awards Two Task Orders to SRA International, Inc., Valued at $44 million
GSA # 9549
January 4, 1999
Contact: Bill Bearden (202) 501-1231
Washington, DC -- The General Services Administration has awarded two competitive task orders to SRA International, Inc worth a total of $44 million over five years.
The Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), a program within GSA's Federal Technology Service, awarded the two task orders to support the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command (AMC) and the U.S. Army's Reserve Component Automation System (RCAS).
SRA and its team members, NCI Information Systems and TRI-COR Industries will provide full life-cycle technical support to the command and control systems of AMC. AMC provides rapid, global mobility support for America's armed forces as well as stateside aeromedical evacuation and worldwide humanitarian work. AMC is responsible for maintaining responsive command and control capabilities for assets operating around the world. This work has an estimated value of $26 million over five years and will be performed at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
SRA and its team members, Litton/PRC and Anteon Corporation, will provide program management and technical support to ensure the successful development and fielding of RCAS. The SRA team will assist with continuous activities associated with the successful systems design and engineering, software development, systems integration and deployment of RCAS. RCAS is a total Army system operated by the Reserve Components to automate, maintain, and distribute essential data to support rapid mobilization of the Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve forces. This work has an estimated value of $18 million over five years.
Both of these awards were made under FEDSIM's multiple award indefinite quantity contract called MAIQ 9600. For more information, please contact Mr. Tim McCurdy at (703) 756-6154.