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Who’s who on DHS Eagle II (so far)?

The awards for the Homeland Security Department’s $22 billion Eagle II contract have been coming out in bunches in three different categories.

Most of the awards have been to small businesses, but there has been one group of full-and-open awards in the independent test, validation, verification and evaluation category.

With the spurts of awards, as well as the lag between the announcements by both DHS and the press releases issued by the winners, it can be confusing at times whether it’s a new award or an old award and exactly who’s won.

So, I’ve put together a "cheat sheet" as much for myself as for anyone else.

Some quick background:

DHS Eagle II is for a broad range of IT services, and has three functional categories:

Category 1: Service delivery, which is described as integration, software development and operations and maintenance.

Category 2: IT program support

Category 3: Independent test, validation, verification and evaluation, which I’m going to call IV&V in the chart below.

Another interesting aspect of this contract is that the award announcements include core teammates.

We’ll keep updating this as more awards come out.

DHS Eagle II Prime Contractors
Category    Company Teammates
Service Delivery Service-disabled, veteran-owned businesses
Cambridge International Systems, Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2030) Vector Planning & Services Inc.
Knight Point Systems LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E-2032) Advanced Resources Inc., Citizant Inc., FederatedIT, and Sevatec Inc.
Leader Communications Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2033) Advanced Systems Technology Inc., 21st Century Technologies, Croop-LaFrance and Innovative Management Concepts.
Tri-Cor Industries Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2035) Data Matrix Solutions Inc., Soft Tech Consulting Inc., Thornberry Consulting LLC, and Venatore LLC.
Trofholz Technologies Inc. Computer Consulting Operations Specialists Inc., Security Access Design LLC, and Government Network Solutions.
IT Program Support Small businesses
Ambit Group LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E2015) Comter Systems Inc. and Teracore Inc.
 

Arc Aspicio LLC
Data Tactics Corp., E3 Federal Solutions, PPS InfoTech LLC, and the Legacy Network.
CLMS LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E2017) Savvee Consulting Inc., Consolidated Networks Corp., and Business Management Associates Inc.
eGlobalTech (HSHQDC-13-D-E2018) Everware CBDI North America Inc., MindPoint Group, Nester Consulting, and TechSoft Group.
Federal Working Group Inc. None listed
KeyLogic Systems Inc. Enterprise Solutions Group and Lumark Technologies Inc.
LegalNet Works Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2021) Alpha-Omega Change Engineering Inc. HX5, and Zeichner Risk Analytics.
MBC Eagle II Joint Venture (HSHQDC-13-D-E2022) Chevo Consulting LLC, Credence Management Solutions LLC, Enterprise Resource Performance Inc. and iPower LLC.
Quasars Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2023) Cirrus Technology Inc., Data Systems & Technology Inc., Galaxy Global Corp., and Trideum Corp.
SiloSmashers Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2024) Pro-Sphere Tek, Oak Grove Technologies LLC, Barquin International and G2SF Inc.
Strategic Enterprise Solutions Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2025) Evolution Technologies Inc., Hassett & Willis Associates LLC Information Experts Inc., and K2Share LLC.
Technical and Management Resources Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2026) Exceptional Software Strategies Inc., Loch Harbour Group Inc., and Sterling Heritage.
Teracore Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2027) Ambit Group LLC, PG Public Services LLC, G&H International Services Inc., and eMentum Inc.
Total Systems Technologies Corp. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2028) None listed
Zenetex LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E2029)

Civitas Group, K2 Consulting, Kilda Group LLC and PMOLink Government Solutions Inc.

IV&V Full-and-open winners
Pragmatics Inc. DL Omni Engineering LLC
MAR Inc. Academy Solutions Group, Convergent Solutions Inc., Force3 Inc., and Prometheus Global Corp.
Capgemini Government Solutions Information Systems Laboratories Inc., Modern Technology Solutions, and the Mason Harriman Group
The Mil Corp. None listed
DCS Corp. AUSGAR Technologies Inc., Burke Consortium, and Syzygy Technologies
NTT Data Federal Services Inc. (formerly Keane Federal) BSC Systems Inc., Dynamic Security Concepts Inc., and GNS Inc.
Quality Software Services Inc. E-9 Corp., TestPros Inc., OmniSolve Inc. and Data Blueprint
IV&V     Small business
PPT Solutions CohesionForce Inc., Culpepper Veterans Associates, Davis-Paige Management Systems LLC, DESE Research Inc.
Dynamic Security Concepts Broadpoint Technologies, Computer Network Assurance, K4 Solutions, Sphinx Solutions
Testpros Inc. Institute for Data Research Inc.
PCI Strategic Management LLC DMC Consulting, Dynamic Technology Group, Lloyd Clark LLC, Secure Innovations LLC
Gnostech Inc. RNB Technologies, Infinity Systems Engineering LLC, Apex Data Systems
Mason Harriman Group Master Key Consulting, AEGIS.net Inc., Endeavor Systems Inc.
Global Network Systems of Maryland Inc. CTGi, KT Consulting – NV Inc., MTS Technologies, Rainbow Data Systems)

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Jun 12, 2013 at 7:24 PM


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