Indus lodges protest over Eagle award

Indus Corp. of Vienna, Va., has filed a bid protest over the Homeland Security Department's multibillion-dollar Eagle contracts for IT services.

The Eagle contracts, which allow winning vendors to compete for task orders by DHS components, could amount to as much as $45 billion over more than 10 years. The contracts were awarded June 29.

Indus spokesman Robert Blumenthal confirmed that his company had filed a bid protest with the Government Accountability Office recently.

DHS awarded Eagle contracts to 25 bidders and planned to issue comparable contracts to small-business bidders around July 31.

The contract's full name is Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge solutions.

Wilson P. Dizard III is a staff writer for Washington Technology's sister publication, Government Computer News.

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