SEC makes three awards on $2.5B enterprise IT contract

The Securities and Exchange Commission chooses three large businesses for its consolidated $2.5 billion enterprise IT contract with small business awards still to come.

The Securities & Exchange Commission has made three awards on a potential 10-year, $2.5 billion contract for enterprise IT services across the agency.

Accenture Federal Services, Attain and Booz Allen Hamilton were awarded positions on May 24 and the SEC received four offers for the “One OIT” contract. Fifteen awards for the small business track are still pending, according to Deltek information.

One OIT is intended as a single, integrated vehicle to cover any and all components of IT services as the SEC’s technology requirements evolve.

Contractors will vie for work in service channels that include platform application management and development, business solution delivery, IT infrastructure management, information security, data management, IT governance, and technology business management.

The scope of One OIT includes technology areas such as big data, cloud computing, data center consolidation, digital services, mobility, IT helpdesk, IT operations and maintenance, open source, telecommunications, virtualization and web analytics.

One OIT is a consolidation of several current contracts that include the “Division Information Office Application Modernization Development and Support” contract awarded in 2013.