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Army rethinks $461M program management contract

After the Army Material Command awarded its $461 million contract for professional and management support services to six companies in late March, it was quickly hit with protests from eight companies.

Now, the Army has backed away from the awards to take what is called a corrective action. The Army is planning to reopen the competition and solicit new proposals. New awards will be made after a new round of evaluations.

The Army is taking a second look at its Program Management Support Services 3 contract, valued at $461 million.

The contract covers program management support including project/product management, business process reengineering, information systems security, contingency planning and physical security.

The winners were:

  • ASI Government
  • Engility Corp.
  • Logistics Management Institute
  • Sysorex Government Services
  • Suntiva LLC
  • Zantech IT Services

The protesting companies are:

  • Deloitte Consulting
  • Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp.
  • OBXtek Inc.
  • Connected Logistics
  • AASKI Technology Inc.
  • SMS Data Products Group
  • Systems Technologies Inc.
  • Savantage Solutions

The protests before the Government Accountability Office were dismissed on Friday.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on May 27, 2014 at 10:07 AM


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