Air Force Adds 8 Companies to $7B NETCENTS-2 Contract, Now 16 Awardees

NGENGlobeThe U.S. Air Force has added eight companies to a potential $6.9 billion contract for information technology products, doubling the number of awardees to 16.

Eight companies were announced in April as winners for the six-year NETCENTS-2 contract and the Air Force decided to add more companies based on final proposals received prior to that award, the Defense Department said Monday.

Twenty-six offers were submitted to the Air Force for the contract and companies will compete for delivery orders to provide equipment and software for the branch’s Internet Protocol Network.

Products covered under NETCENTS-2 include networking equipment, servers and storage, peripherals, multimedia, software, identity management and biometric hardware, as well as associated software.

This new round of awardees includes:

  • Blue Tech
  • Global Technology Resources, Inc.
  • immix Technology
  • Integration Technologies Group
  • M2 Technology
  • Micro Tech
  • Red River Computer
  • Unicom Government

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