Deltek: $40B in Recompete Defense Contracts Up For Grabs

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Defense Department components plan to offer three recompete contracts worth up to $40 billion combined starting this fall and continuing into the winter, the Washington Post reported Monday.

Ashley Bergander writes both large and small companies could have an opportunity to participate in the bidding process for each of the contract vehicles set to be awarded by the Army,  Air Force and Defense Intelligence Agency.

The Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Services contract vehicle is worth up to $25 billion to all awardees for nine years and covers support work for the branch’s technology infrastructure.

Bergander writes the Army could release a solicitation in March.

Bechtel, CH2M Hill, DynCorp International, a Louis Berger GroupURS Corp. joint venture, Readiness Management Support and Washington Group International are among the incumbent contractors for a potential 10-year, $10 billion contract covering civil engineering work for the Air Force.

Deltek expects that solicitation to be released in January, according to Bergander.

DIA will also hold a recompete for its potential five-year, $5 billion Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise II program and could release a solicitation this fall, she writes.

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