10 Companies Tap Into Millennia Lite

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By Nick Wakeman, Staff Writer


JUNE 20 ? The General Services Administration has named 10 companies as winners in the third functional area of its $20 billion Millennia Lite contract.


Winning a spot on the contract are:
Abacus Technology Corp. of Chevy Chase, Md.;
Anteon Corp. of Fairfax, Va.;
Calibre Systems Inc. of Falls Church, Va.;
Cexec Inc. of Dulles, Va.;
Data Networks Corp. of Reston, Va.;
EDSI of Yorba Linda, Calif.;
SI International Inc. of McLean, Va.;
Soza & Co. of Fairfax;
Sytex Inc. of Tinton Falls, N.J.;
User Technology Associates Inc. of Arlington, Va.


The companies won their awards in the information technology planning, studies and assessment segment of the contract. Twenty other companies won Millennia Lite awards in April in two other sections: high-end IT services area and the mission-support services area.


The fourth section, legacy systems migration and new enterprise systems development, has not been awarded yet.


Companies that win a spot on the Millennia Lite contract are not guaranteed work and must now compete with each other for task orders. The contract can be used by any government agency.


Under the IT planning, studies and assessment segment, services include business case analysis, performance measurements, independent validation and verification of projects and measuring IT progress.


Each award is for a three-year base and other options that can extend the life of the award to 10 years.

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