SEC awards small business piece of $2.5B IT contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Oct 23, 2018
The Securities and Exchange Commission has awarded the small business portion of a potential 10-year, $2.5 billion contract for enterprise IT services across the agency.
Fifteen small firms announced in a Friday award notice will join the previously-chosen three large business winners for the SEC’s “One OIT” contract that covers any and all components of IT services as the agency’s technology requirements evolve.
One OIT is a consolidation of several current contracts into a single, integrated vehicle. Accenture Federal Services, Attain and Booz Allen Hamilton won the large business slots in May.
Small business awardees are:
- 3A LLC
- Advanced Software Systems Inc.
- Ascella Technologies
- CyberData Technologies
- Incentive Technology Group
- Integrated Systems Inc.
- Invictus joint venture
- KHS Solutions
- Octo Metric
- Pyramid Systems
- Savvee Consulting
- Team Green Zone joint venture
All is not lost for those who have not been selected for this vehicle however. The SEC plans to carry out an on-ramping process “soon after this initial round of awards,” according to the award notice. That will also include an off-ramp component as well.
The contract’s scope of work covers technology areas such as big data, cloud computing, data center consolidation, digital services, mobility, IT help desk, IT operations and maintenance, open source, telecommunications, virtualization and web analytics.
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