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DHS Adds 18 Teams to Potential $22B EAGLE II IDIQ

DHSlogoThe Department of Homeland Security has added 18 teams of contractors to the agency’s potential seven-year, $22 billion EAGLE II vehicle for information technology support services.

Eleven contracts went to companies for business and technical management services and seven awards are for service delivery across the lifecycle of DHS technology programs, DHS said in an Aug. 1 FedBizOpps notice.

DHS awarded the business and technical management services contracts on an unrestricted basis under EAGLE II’s functional category two and the service delivery contracts to HUBZone small businesses under functional category one.

Each EAGLE II contract is for five base years and two option years.

Team leaders for this round of business and technical management services contracts include:

  • ALON
  • Avaya Government Solutions
  • Blackstone Technology Group
  • BRTRC
  • Creative Computing Solutions Inc.
  • Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Dynamics Research Corp. through its Kadix subsidiary
  • Enterprise Information Services
  • Grant Thornton LLP
  • LMI
  • NetStar 1 Government Consulting

Team leaders for this round of service delivery contracts include:

  • ArdentEagle JV LLC
  • CWS
  • Logistics Systems Inc.
  • SI Tec Consulting
  • T-Rex Consulting
  • TSymmetry
  • VariQ

For a full list of members of every winning team, click here to read the full DHS notice.

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