FBI names names: 46 ‘most wanted’ contractors

$30B ITSSS contract is largest in bureau's history

The FBI has released the names of the 46 vendors that recently qualified to compete for task orders over the next year under the $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, which also includes seven additional one-year option periods.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity ITSSS contract, the largest in the bureau’s history, is available for use throughout the Justice Department, the FBI announcement said.

“Per the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the required guaranteed minimum is $250.00 per vendor over the life of the contract," the announcement states. "The FAR required ceiling amount on the contract is an estimated $30 billion dollars."

The 46 vendors named by the FBI are:

  • Accenture.
  • Apptis.
  • Azimuth Inc.
  • BAE.
  • Booz Allen Hamilton.
  • Buchanan-Edwards.
  • CACI International.
  • Caprock Government Solutions.
  • Cascade Technologies.
  • Computer Sciences Corp.
  • Dell Federal Systems.
  • Deloitte Consulting.
  • DHA American Operations.
  • Emtech..
  • Fusion Technology LLC.
  • Galaxy Global Corp.
  • General; Dynamics Information Technology.
  • GTSI.
  • Hewlett-Packard Corp.
  • HPTI (High Performance Technologies Inc.).
  • IBM Corp.
  • ICS Nett Inc.
  • IMTAS.
  • IMTS.
  • Intelligent Decisions.
  • Keane Inc.
  • Keylogic Systems Inc.
  • L-3 Communications Corp.
  • Lockheed Martin Corp.
  • ManTech Information Systems & Technology.
  • MicroTech.
  • Norseman Defense Tech.
  • Phacil.
  • Platinum Solutions Inc.
  • Powertek Corp.
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
  • Raytheon.
  • SAIC.
  • SAVA.
  • SGIS (SkillStorm Inc.).
  • Technica Corp.
  • The Analysis Corp. (TAC) Gtec Intelligence Solutions.
  • Tygart Technology Inc.
  • Unisys.
  • Visionary Integration Professionals.
  • WWT.

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

Thu, Nov 11, 2010

If a minority company bid on this it would have had the chance to win like all the other 46 companies (52% SB). Same opprtunity as a WOSB or a VOSB etc (do you care about them?). You only get a chance in govt contracting if you try.

Wed, Nov 3, 2010

Are any of the companies minorities (real-not fake)?

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