Air Force makes awards on $95M cloud services pact

The Air Force has chosen 27 companies for a five-year, $95 million blanket purchase agreement that covers cloud computing services to one of the branch’s cyber factories.

Services are intended to help the Air Force’s LevelUP cybersecurity experimental platform development factory use cloud services in order to incorporate both DevOps and DevSecOps approaches in testing and integration of new products.

Awardees announced in a Tuesday FedBizOpps notice are:

  • A&T Systems
  • Adela Technologies
  • Alaska Northstar Resources
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Applied Information Sciences
  • Bestica
  • C2S Consulting Group
  • Carahsoft Technology
  • Chenega Applied Solution
  • CyberCore
  • Dark Wolf
  • Dell Technologies
  • Enlighten IT Consulting 
  • FCN
  • General Dynamics' IT services division
  • Human Touch
  • Jasper Solutions
  • JHC Technology
  • Leidos
  • M2 Technology
  • ManTech
  • Oracle
  • Red River Technology
  • TechTrend
  • Unisys
  • World Wide Technology
  • Zivaro

LevelUP has launched two new products this year: a Cyber Works tool to develop and field new capabilities and the Unified Platform cyberspace operations system.

This contract is a brand new requirement and thus there is no incumbent.

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