Four companies will compete for up to $408 million in contracts to support a counter-improvised explosive device program after the General Services Administration handed down a blanket purchase agreement for the work after a competitive bidding process.
A-T Solutions, one of the winners of a position on the BPA, announced the contract award and noted the GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded the BPA against GSA’s federal supply schedules.
Dennis Kelly, A-T Solutions’ president and CEO, said some contract work will aim to “enable the development and propagation of new operational tactics, techniques and procedures, implementation of current and relevant training to bridge operational gaps, and support testing of new counter-IED equipment and concepts.”
The BPA will support an ‘integration training program’ within the Defense Department‘s Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, which the GSA center administers, according to the announcement.
(April 23 Update): A subsequent report from Washington Technology lists The O’Gara Group, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) and Wexford/CACI.