Two more given awards under $461M Army contract
- By Mark Hoover
- Mar 15, 2016
After a series of bid protests, two small businesses were added to a $461 million Army contract for program management services that was originally competed in March 2014.
The new winners are:
The contract supports the Army Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems headquarters as well as its directorates, project and product offices and related organizations, the Defense Department said in a release.
After the initial award, the Army was hit by protests. The Army decided to back away and take a corrective action, which later reopened the competition and solicited new proposals.
The contract covers program management support including project/product management, business process reengineering, information systems security, contingency planning and physical security.
Sysorex and OBXtek join a pool of winners that include:
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