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Inside 2020 Company’s New $2.5 Billion ID/IQ with NOAA

2020 Company has won a position on a multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to support technical and professional services for the NOAALink program.

The 10-year, multi-award ID/IQ carries an estimated ceiling value of $2.5 billion.

According to the firm, “the NOAALink program will span 15 service areas within NOAA, including end-user services, data centers, application development, disaster recovery, and security. NOAALink will help drive efficiency and economy of scale on many levels, including: reducing the number of help desks and high cost of multiple, low-value software applications; standardizing computer purchases; automating processes to improve IT services and workforce productivity and streamlining ordering to benefit from consistency and volume procurement.”

2020 will work alongside a number of firms, including: Aster Engineering, Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, L-3 STRATIS, Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated, NetStar 1, Patriot Technologies, Inc., Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, and Synthesis Professional Services, Inc.

“This will provide 2020 the opportunity to expand our core service offerings to one of our largest and most valued customers, ” said Haresh Bhungalia, co-founder of 2020. “We are excited and pleased that our hard work at NOAA has instilled confidence with our customer to select us for this critical contract.”

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