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GSA Enhances IT Support to Combat Drug Trafficking

GSA #10643

Oct. 21, 2009  
Contact: Robert Lesino, 202-501-9113
Robert.Lesino@gsa.gov
 

Information-Sharing Network Improves Collaboration between Enforcement Organizations
 
WASHINGTON — The General Services Administration today awarded Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. an order to provide technical services for the Defense Information Systems Agency's Anti-Drug Network Plus program, which coordinates anti-trafficking efforts among law enforcement organizations.
 
ADNET PLUS implements information systems technologies and services and provides complete information system support. It is an integrated information network to share anti-drug trafficking information across a wide range of organizations involved in fighting drugs or drug-related crime. Federal, regional, state, local, tribal and foreign partners will use the information network in support of missions to stop drug trafficking.
 
“The partnership between Defense Information Systems Agency and GSA has been instrumental in the success of DISA's program to fight drug-related crimes for the past decade,” said Commissioner James A. Williams of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service. “We’re proud to build on that record as we expand and improve our support with these new services.”
 
GSA’s Assisted Acquisition Service, Federal Systems Integration and Management Center competitively selected Booz-Allen for the $99 million award. The work includes seven major support areas: task order management; customer support; operations, system installations and maintenance; information technology engineering and software development; information assurance; configuration management; and acquisition and IT property management.
 
FEDSIM, GSA’s large-scale IT systems integrator, provides support for planning, developing, acquiring, implementing, maintaining, and managing IT resources and support services. Established in 1972, FEDSIM has a proven track record of developing innovative, award-winning solutions to government IT problems and satisfying requirements for specific IT products and services.
 
GSA’s Millennia contract was used and is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract vehicle that enables GSA to meet the federal government’s demand for large systems integration and development projects by supporting its clients in a timely and cost-effective manner.


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  • GSA provides a centralized delivery system of products and services to the federal government, leveraging its enormous buying power to get the best value for taxpayers.
  • Founded in 1949, GSA manages more than 11 percent of the government’s total procurement dollars and $24 billion in federal assets, including 8,600 government-owned or leased buildings and 213,000 vehicles.
  • GSA helps preserve our past and define our future, as a steward of more than 480 historic properties, and as manager of USA.gov, the official portal to federal government information and services.
  • GSA’s mission to provide superior workplaces, expert technology solutions, acquisition services, purchasing and E-Gov travel solutions and management policies, at best value, allows federal agencies to focus on their core missions.

Did You Know? GSA manages the federal relay contract that provides nationwide telecommunications relay service for the hearing and/or speech impaired?
                          
 
 


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