DOJ moves on small business awards for $1.4B IT services contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Apr 13, 2018
The Justice Department has moved closer to final awards on the small business piece of a $1.4 billion follow-on IT support services contract.
Nine small businesses were deemed as apparent winners for the service-disabled, veteran-owned small business track of the Information Technology Support Services-5 contract, DOJ said in a FedBizOpps notice Friday.
As this is a small business contract, the pre-award notice is required in order to allow for challenges to the small business designations of all winners.
Those nine are:
- AOC Fusion Inc. joint venture
- Favor TechConsulting LLC
- Fig Leaf Software -- Concept Solutions joint venture
- Halfaker & Associates
- Information Technology Coalition Inc.
- IntePros Federal Inc.
- Logistics Systems Inc.
- Nester Consulting (does business as GovernmentCIO)
- Network Design Inc.
A solicitation for ITSS-5 released in February of last year said DOJ expected at the time to award 12 total positions: six unrestricted and six for the service-disabled portion. An award for the unrestricted track is anticipated for June, according to Deltek data.
The current and fourth iteration of ITSS has several notable incumbents including CSRA (now acquired by General Dynamics), CACI International, ManTech International and Northrop Grumman. They have been the four largest task order recipients since the March 2011 award, Deltek data says.
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