Acentia unveils 10 contact wins worth $20M
- By David Hubler
- Nov 14, 2011
Acenta, a provider of technology and management solutions to the federal government , recently reported having won 10 awards totaling approximately $20 million from various agencies and departments.
Among them were six new task orders worth $15.3 million from the Interior Department’s Bureau of Reclamation under the Consolidated IT Support Service IDIQ contract. These wins represent re-compete work as well as significant new business, according to the company’s news release.
For the Bureau of Reclamation, the company will provide services such as consolidated application development, systems security and policy development in support of the bureau’s mission to address the increasing water demands of the western states while protecting the environment.
Under two contracts from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission worth a combined $3.8 million, Acentia will provide project management and requirements analysis for several new technology initiatives designed to modernize its systems. Acentia will continue to manage the Offices of Financial Management, Human Resources and Administrative Service’s technology investments.
Acentia also won a $1.8 million performance-based contract from the Agriculture Department to provide network management support services for the Universal Telecommunications Network.
Acentia will provide network management and customer support services to the Universal Telecommunications Network, legacy systems, continuity of operations sites, and USDA internal agencies and external customers.
Finally, under a $528,000 General Services Administration Schedule 70 award from the National Institutes of Health Office of Acquisition Management and Policy, Acentia will help design, develop and maintain an enhanced, web-based system for generating contractor and solicitation documents.
Additionally, Acentia will assist in providing support and oversight in several areas key to NIH’s mission success, including:
- The design, development and maintenance of an information system that will enhance the productivity of the NIH acquisition community in their procurement activities.
- Providing a system to publish contract and pre-award information for public and internal use via websites, as appropriate.
- Delivering innovative applications to support, develop, and maintain electronic data interchange to NIH Enterprise Systems as needed, and related federal government procurement systems.
The company was founded in 2001 as Interactive Technology Solutions. Todd Stottlemyer was named CEO in December 2010. Snow Phipps Group, a $1.2 billion private equity firm based in New York, is the principal shareholder of Acentia.
David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.