Four small businesses win Air Force contracts

Four 8(a) small businesses will compete with each other under a $100 million Air Force Standard Systems Group contract to provide software development and other support services.

Winning spots on the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract are AC Technologies, Operations and Business Development of Fairfax, Va.; Ingenium Corp. of Upper Marlboro, Md.; Business Technologies & Solutions Inc. of Beavercreek, Ohio; and Smartronix Inc. of California, Md.

The five-year contracts will be used primarily by SSG headquarters at Maxwell Air Force Base's Gunter Annex in Montgomery, Ala., and the Materiel Systems Group, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

SSG provides and sustains combat support information systems for the Air Force and the Department of Defense. The group procures IT products used by almost every organization on Air Force military bases worldwide.

Under the contract, the four award winners will support the Automated Information Systems and Network Systems developed or maintained by SSG. The firms will provide software development, modification, maintenance and other support services.

Ingenium officials said their team members are IBM Corp., Siebel Systems Inc., Sybase Inc., Information Analysis Inc., CMS Information Systems, Globetech and Ices Ltd.

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