Information TechnologyEnterprise SolutionsAgency: ArmyRFP: FebruaryValue: $500 million over five yearsPurpose: Consolidate the requirements of the Army Small Computer Program into an enterprise solutions contract vehicle. The contract will have multiple winners in two areas: hardware and mission support services. The contract will consolidate several existing contracts, including the Consolidated Enterprise Solutions blanket purchase agreements, the Infrastructure Support I contract and the Standard Army Management Information Systems Computer Contract II. Incumbents on these contracts include Computer Sciences Corp., Electronic Data Systems Corp., GTSI Corp., Telos Corp. and Unisys Corp. Global Information Technology Support ServicesAgency: Veterans AffairsRFP: FebruaryValue: $3 billion over 8 yearsPurpose: Create a fast and flexible contract vehicle for VA and other agencies to use to acquire IT services. Ten companies will win contracts, with three of those being small businesses. Air Force Full Range of Information Technology Services Agency: Air ForceRFP: JuneValue: $500 millionPurpose: Provide strategic outsourcing of unclassified and classified mission essential information technology services to Department of Defense users in the National Capital Region. The length of the contract and the structure of the competition have not yet been determined. U.S. Entry-Exit SystemAgency: Justice DepartmentRFP: AprilValue: $380 millionPurpose: Build a system that can verify and record the identities of people who enter and exit the United States. The system will be used by the departments of Justice, State, Treasury and Transportation and integrate with 26 legacy systems. The length and structure of the contract have not yet been determined. StarlightAgency: Justice DepartmentRFP: JanuaryValue: $1.2 billion over five yearsPurpose: A multiple award contract that is available to all government agencies. The Immigration and Naturalization Service has been the primary user of the contract, which offers a broad range of IT services. Starlight will replace the Service Technology Alliance Resources contract held by CSC, EDS, Lockheed Martin Corp. and Science Applications International Corp. Broad Information Technology Services II Agency: Transportation DepartmentRFP: FebruaryValue: $1.2 billion over five yearsPurpose: A multiple award contract to provide a broad range of IT services to government agencies. BITS II is a follow on to BITS, which is held by 15 companies. *These projects are listed according to the number of hits each receives on Input Inc.'s database of government contracts.
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