DHS Hands Down $22B EAGLE II IT Services Vehicle

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded several companies positions on a $22 billion information technology services contract, according to a Dec. 4 FedBizOpps post.

Each contract under the EAGLE II vehicle contains five base years and an option for an additional two-year ordering period.

Awardees include:

  • Capgemini Government Solutions
  • DCS Corp.
  • MAR Inc.
  • NTT Data
  • Pragmatics
  • The Mil Corp.

This is the contract vehicle’s third track and covers testing, validation, verification and evaluation of IT products and services to ensure they meet DHS standards.

Awardees for tracks one and two on EAGLE II have not been chosen yet, according to Washington Technology.

Track one covers services to support development, implementation and maintenance technology to support the department’s mission and business functions, a November 2010 FedBizOpps post says.

The second track covers business and technical management services to support DHS offices and programs.

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