DHS EAGLE II
More awards for $22B Eagle contract
DHS names third set of contract winners
- By Nick Wakeman
- Jun 10, 2013
Six more companies have won spots on the Homeland Security Department’s $22 billion Eagle II contract.
This time, the winners are service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses in the functional Category 1 for service delivery such as integration, software development and operations and maintenance.
Eagle II has three service categories, and has made several awards to date, including 15 small businesses in Category 2 for IT program support, seven small business in Category 3 for independent test, validation, verification and evaluation, and six full-and-open competition winners in Category 3.
Full-and-open awards are yet to be made in Categories 1 and 2.
In this latest round, the winners and their core teammates are:
- Cambridge International Systems, Inc. (Contract No.: HSHQDC-13-D-E2030). Core teammate: Vector Planning & Services Inc.
- Knight Point Systems LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E-2032). Core teammates: Advanced Resources Inc., Citizant Inc., FederatedIT, and Sevatec Inc.
- Leader Communications Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2033). Core teammates: Advanced Systems Technology Inc., 21st Century Technologies, Croop-LaFrance and Innovative Management Concepts.
- Technatomy Corporation (HSHQDC-13-D-E2034). Core teammates: ASET Partners Corp., MOSAIC Technologies Group, SI Tec Consulting LLC, and Graham Technologies LLC.
- Tri-Cor Industries Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2035). Core teammates: Data Matrix Solutions Inc., Soft Tech Consulting Inc., Thornberry Consulting LLC, and Venatore LLC.
- Trofholz Technologies Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2036). Core teammates: Computer Consulting Operations Specialists Inc., Security Access Design LLC, and Government Network Solutions.
DHS also added a contractor to the full-and-open winners of the Category 3 awards for independent test, validation, verification and evaluation: Quality Software Services Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2037) and its core teammates: E-9 Corp., TestPros Inc., OmniSolve Inc. and Data Blueprint.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.