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Stanley Awarded GSA Alliant Contract Vehicle as a Prime Contractor for Integrated IT Services

Howard Ady - Stanley Associates
Howard Ady - Stanley Associates

In a recompete of the original December 2007 award on the 10 year multiple award IDIQ with a $50 billion ceiling, GSA has selected Stanley Associates as a prime contractor for the contract that replaces two other GSA vehicles, ANSWER (Applications and Support for Widely diverse End-User Requirements) and Millennia.  Howard Ady, Stanley Vice President and Alliant Program Manager said, “Alliant is designed to provide government agency chief information officers with the flexibility to efficiently and effectively support their needs in delivering daily operations, protection of infrastructure, and facilitating the development and implementation of emerging technologies.”  While a total of 59 firms will compete for the task orders under the award, Alliant provides federal and Department of Defense agencies alike with more streamlined access to a broad range of management and technical support services for integrated Information Technology (IT) solutions.  Read entire press release…

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