COMMITS NexGen moves forward

The Commerce Department's Office of Acquisition Management plans to release a request for proposal in June for the Commerce Information Technology Solutions Next Generation, or COMMITS NexGen, contract.

Interested vendors should visit http://www.commits.doc.gov. Interested firms may provide comments using the "COMMITS NexGen Prospective Contractor" document. See www.fedbizopps.gov, solicitation no. Reference-Number-CM1301-03-RQ for more information.

Prospective prime

contractors on ITES

 

A number of companies received "viability letters" to bid on the Army Information Technology Enterprise Solutions contract. IBM Corp. and Lockheed Martin Corp. have two different teams pursuing spots in the functional areas.

 

Functional area 1

Enterprise hardware solutions

CDW Government Inc.

Hewlett-Packard Co.

Computer Sciences Corp. *

Dell Computer Corp.

GTSI Corp.

IBM Corp. *

Lockheed Martin Corp.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

World Wide Technology Inc.

 

Functional area 2

Enterprise mission support services solutions

Computer Sciences Corp.*

Electronic Data Systems Corp.*

EER Systems Inc.

IBM Corp.*

Lockheed Martin Corp.

NCI Information Systems Inc.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

QSS Group Inc.

Science Applications International Corp.

SETA Corp.

Telos Corp.

Unisys Corp.*

Veridian Corp.

 

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