Record $30B FBI IT services contract awarded

46 awardees will compete for work under the agency's largest IT contract ever

Some of the biggest names in government contracting are among the 46 winners of the FBI’s eight-year, $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity IT Triple S contract is the largest ever awarded by the FBI.


 UPDATE: For a list of all the winners click here.


The companies, which include Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI International and recently reinstated GTSI Corp., will compete for individual and IT Triple S task orders. GTSI had been suspended from new government work but that restriction was lifted last week.

According to a GTSI announcement, the company will provide a full range of services, technical and management expertise, and solution-related enabling technologies and products to meet the worldwide mission needs of the FBI.

Without specifically referring to the recent Small Business Administration’s temporary ban preventing the company from further federal contracting, Sandra Gillespie, interim co-CEO of GTSI, called the award “a clear signal that GTSI’s well-earned reputation as a trusted partner is intact with a very important customer – the FBI.”

According to GTSI, other contractors on the IT Triple S award include: Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI International, Dell Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., Intelligent Decisions, Lockheed Martin Corp., Sava Workforce Solutions LLC, and some smaller companies.

GTSI, of Herndon, Va., ranks No. 59 on Washington Technology’s 2010 Top 100 list of the largest federal government contractors

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

Reader Comments

Fri, Nov 12, 2010 IT Reformer

Unbelievable. FBI CIO and Acquisition have proven that they are either incompetent or corrupt with awards to three companies who have had recent contracts cancelled; GTSI, SAIC (VCF) and LMCO (Sentinel). Did Fulcrum sign off on these awards to contractor who have already ripped off the federal government for hundreds of millions. Shame on FBI, shame on Chad Fulcrum and shame on OMB for not doing their over sight role.

Thu, Nov 11, 2010

GTSI must know someone at Washington Tech. This ‘general’ article sure smells like a GTSI add.

So, you make a mockery of the US procurement system and federal contracting as a whole and you are subsequently awarded a major IDIQ and given accolades in one of the widest circulated periodicals in the industry.

Makes sense

Mon, Nov 1, 2010

Goodie! Another IDIQ! Acuqisition bureaucrats will have non-value-added work for another five years!

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