McDonald Bradley among 10 to win FBI contracts
- By Brad Grimes
- Jul 21, 2004
McDonald Bradley Inc. was among 10 firms to win prime contracts on the FBI's Technical Support and Development Project (TSDP). The five-year, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract has a potential value of $42.5 million, according to Reston, Va.-based research firm Input Inc.
TSDP, a small business set-aside, replaces the FBI's Information Technology Support Procurement II contract, which was awarded in May 1999.
McDonald Bradley of Herndon, Va., will compete for task orders against AlphaInsight Corp., Comso Inc., Data Computer Corpo. of America, Glotech Inc., InfoPro Inc., Innovative Management and Technology Approaches Inc., Pragmatics Inc., Project Performance Corp. and Staffing Alternatives Inc.
Task orders will cover various IT support services, including information assurance and cyber security, configuration management, technology policy and planning, maintenance and upgrades, Web integration and application development.
The FBI required that all contractors hold top secret security clearance.
Ken Bartee, McDonald Bradley's chief executive officer, said the company has done a significant amount of work in the intelligence community. Its biggest customers are the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Drug Enforcement Administration, Bartee said. The company is also a subcontractor on the FBI's oft-delayed Virtual Case File system. San Diego-based Science Applications International Corp. is the prime contractor on the Virtual Case File project.
McDonald Bradley expects 2004 sales of $55 million, a 50 percent increase over 2003. It has 265 employees.