EAGLE II

18 more win DHS EAGLE II contracts

Seven HubZone awards, 11 unrestricted awards

Eighteen more awards were made under the Homeland Security Department’s $22 billion EAGLE II contract vehicle.

For a list of previous winners on this contract, click here.

Seven of the awards were in the HUBZone small business track under the EAGLE II Functional Category 1 for service delivery. The contracts have a five-year base and one two-year option.

The seven winners and teammates are:

  • TSymmetry Inc. (Team: Data Management Services Inc., MASAI Technologies Corp., Counterpointe Solutions Inc., LIST Innovative Solutions)
  • SI Tec Consulting (Team: Aset Partners, Graham Technologies, Mosaic Technologies Group, Group Z Inc.)
  • Logistics Systems Inc. (Team: CGH Technologies Inc., SNAP Inc., ECOMPEX Inc., GANTECH Inc.)
  • CWS Corp. (Team: Dev Technology Group, Ross Technologies Inc., Sevatec Inc.)
  • ArdentEagle, JV, LLC (Team: Plexus Scientific Corp., Concert Technologies Group, Information Technology Coalition, Dependable Global Solutions Inc.)
  • T-Rex Consulting Corp. (Team: TELESIS Corp., Chakrabarti Management Consultancy Inc., Enterprise Solutions Realized)
  • VariQ Corp. (Team: Atlantic CommTech Corp., Blue Canopy Group, Criterion Systems Inc., Cyber Technology Services)

The other 11 awards were made in the unrestricted track under the EAGLE II Functional Category 2 for IT services.

The 11 winners and teammates are:

  • Enterprise Information Services Inc. (Team: KPMG LLP, The North Highland Company, Quantech Services, Jacobs Technology Inc.)
  • Blackstone Technology Group (Team: JB&A, Project Performance Corp., PRTM Management Consultants, Whitney, Bradley & Brown LLC)
  • NetStar 1 Government Consulting Inc. (Team: E3 Federal Solutions LLC, Herren Associates Inc., Sayres and Associates Corp., FishNet Security Inc.)
  • Dynamics Research Corp. (Team: EWA Information & Infrastructure Technologies Inc., URS Group, Total Systems Technologies Corp., USGC Inc.)
  • ALON Inc.
  • Grant Thornton LLP (Team: Command Consulting Group, Georgetown University, McKinsey & Co., IP Solutions LLP)
  • Avaya Government Solutions
  • Deloitte Consulting (Team: Constellation Inc., ICS-Nett Inc., P3 Partners LLC)
  • BRTRC (Team: Atlas Group Ltd., Dynetics Inc., MANDEX Inc., SciTech Services Inc.)
  • LMI (Team: Nobilis Inc., Batelle Memorial Institute)
  • Creative Computing Solutions

DHS has already made awards to service-disabled, veteran-owned businesses in Category 1 for service delivery, small business awards in category 2 for IT support, unrestricted in Category 3 for IV&V and small business in IV&V.

About the Author

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.

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