Six companies have secured final spots on the U.S. Coast Guard’s $11 billion technical, acquisition and business support services contract vehicle to provide financial management support services, according to Homeland Security Today.
The Coast Guard said the awards commenced on Feb. 15 under the TABSS contract vehicle and can be used by any agency at the Department of Homeland Security.
The TABSS program consists of seven tracks and three domains for various types of services and the recently published finals awards comprise domain two, track one of the contract vehicle.
Domains include program management, engineering and technology expertise (domain one); business, financial management and audit support services (domain two); and acquisition, contracts management and administrative professional services support (domain three).
Two of the domains have three tracks including large business, small business and small disadvantaged business and the third domain does not divide recipients by size.
The USCG published the first TABSS awards on June 20, 2012.