HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT

Seven more win spots on $22B EAGLE II contract

Total number of awards up to 13

The Homeland Security Department has awarded seven more contracts under its $22 billion Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II contract vehicle, or EAGLE II.

The department had already awarded six contracts back in the beginning of December. The contracts have a five-year base and two option years.

These seven contracts were for EAGLE II Functional Category 3 – Small Business Track.

The winners are:

  • PPT Solutions (team: CohesionForce Inc., Culpepper Veterans Associates, Davis-Paige Management Systems LLC, DESE Research Inc.)
  • Dynamic Security Concepts (team: Broadpoint Technologies, Computer Network Assurance, K4 Solutions, Sphinx Solutions)
  • Testpros Inc. (team: Institute for Data Research Inc.)
  • PCI Strategic Management LLC (team: DMC Consulting, Dynamic Technology Group, Lloyd Clark LLC, Secure Innovations LLC)
  • Gnostech Inc. (team: RNB Technologies, Infinity Systems Engineering LLC, Apex Data Systems)
  • Mason Harriman Group (team: Master Key Consulting, AEGIS.net Inc., Endeavor Systems Inc.)
  • Global Network Systems of Maryland Inc. (team: CTGi, KT Consulting – NV Inc., MTS Technologies, Rainbow Data Systems)

The December awards also were in functional category 3, but the full-and-open portion. Category 3 covers independent test, validation, verification and evaluation.

Still to be awarded is category 1, service delivery, and category 2, IT program support.

 

 

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Mark Hoover is a staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

Reader Comments

Wed, Aug 28, 2013 James Virginia

For those complaining about awards to east coast companies, an important component of working at DHS is being able to commute to work. Is it cheaper to fly from California or drive from VA, MD, DC? It's common sense - - location, location, location...

Wed, Mar 13, 2013 California

A review of the awardees for Eagle I and now for II clearly shows a DHS preference for contractors whose primary office is located in the beltway. Makes you wonder!

Tue, Mar 12, 2013 San Francisco, CA

Why are all current awardees from the East Coast? Not one is from the west coast. Are they going to follow the same pattern as other DC issued contract vehicles? This seems to be standard, not the exception for contract vehicles out of the beltway area like the Army ITS-SB, DHS EAGLE (original), etc. Since DHS is still making awards I hope I am proven wrong and see equal opportunity for qualified contractors on the west coast as well.

Mon, Mar 11, 2013

You should do a better job of your research. DHS had awarded FC3-SB last year. They awarded FC3-Unrestricted but that was ultimately protested and DHS has decided to reevaluate. This was communicated via Amd 000012

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