Not So Taxing: IRS Calls on 18 for Systems Work

Not So Taxing: IRS Calls on 18 for Systems Work

By Steve LeSueur, Editor


JULY 14 ? The Internal Revenue Service has selected 18 companies to provide information technology services and help modernize computer systems under the five-year, $750 million Treasury Information Processing Support Services-2 Contract, the agency announced July 13.


The companies will be eligible to bid on contracts calling for a wide range of IT services, including telecommunications, information processing and operational support, for the IRS, Treasury Department and Treasury bureaus. The IRS, which is managing the program, will be the primary user of the contracts.


Companies selected for the TIPSS-2 contract are:

Andersen Consulting

Booz, Allen and Hamilton

Dynamics Research Corp.

DynCorp

Electronic Data Systems Corp.

IBM Global Services

Logicon Inc.

Management Systems Designers Inc.

Science Applications International Corp.

Systems Research and Applications Inc.

TRW Inc.

Unisys Corp.

Vector Research Inc.

ITS Services Inc.

Computer Hi-Tech Management Inc.

Dichroma Inc.

DataSource Inc.

Pragmatics Inc.

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