GSA Alliant Builds on Success
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Alliant to Assist DHS Move to New Washington Headquarters
Alliant is preparing to issue its largest task order to date, a contract worth $1 billion to $1.6 billion and slated for award in August to provide IT infrastructure solutions for the consolidation of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) headquarters at the St. Elizabeths Campus in Washington, D.C.
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New Features, Key Services Fuel Alliant Growth
When General Services Administration (GSA) officials created Alliant, they incorporated best practices and lessons learned from other contracting vehicles within GSA and throughout government. And they continue making improvements.
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Alliant Training Starts the Customer Relationship
The foundation of Alliant’s customer service is its training programs. Warranted contracting officers who use the Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) to purchase IT services and solutions need to receive training before they can be given written Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA) to use Alliant, which is required to use a General Services Administration GWACs.
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Industry Shared-Interest Groups
When the Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) was awarded in May 2009 to 59 contractors, GSA officials recognized that they needed to create formal structures for ensuring effective communication with their industry partners. Previous GSA GWACS, such as ANSWER and Millennia, had as few as 10 contractors, and so it was easy for program officials to chat informally with contractors, keep them apprised of new developments, and receive feedback on progress within the agencies. That approach would be more challenging with the larger Alliant contractor pool.
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Alliant Gets Traction in DOD
Department of Defense organizations have has been frequent users of the Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC), despite fears that some DOD agencies are shying away from non-DOD contract vehicles.
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‘The Sky’s the Limit’ for Alliant Small Business GWAC
When GSA officials began planning the Alliant Small Business (Alliant SB) program, they drew from best practices across agency’s stable of small business governmentwide acquisition contracts (GWACs), including 8(a) STARS, COMMITS Next Generation, and Veterans Technology Services (VETS). Consequently, when Alliant SB was launched in February 2009, GSA officials incorporated lessons learned for training agency users, collaborating with industry contract holders, and supporting agencies throughout the task order process.
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Alliant and AAS Collaborate on Serving Agencies
GSA’s Assisted Acquisition Services (AAS) and Alliant programs often work together to help agencies obtain needed technology solutions. During the past year, about 80 percent of Alliant’s business came through AAS-managed projects.
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Alliant Offers SOW ‘Scope’ Reviews
Why are contracting officials sometimes reluctant to use a governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) instead of one they create themselves? Often it’s because they are uncertain whether their requirements fall within the scope of the GWAC, and no contracting officer wants a scope violation to become fodder for an inspector general’s report or a front-page newspaper story.
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