Home / Contract Awards / PTO Picks AEEC, eGlobal Tech, Octo Consulting for $118M IT Services Contract

PTO Picks AEEC, eGlobal Tech, Octo Consulting for $118M IT Services Contract

ITphotoThe U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded positions on a potential five-year, $118 million contract to three companies for information technology services.

AEEC, eGlobal Tech and Octo Consulting will compete for task orders to perform the work on a labor hour basis, the agency said in a March 24 FedBizOpps notice.

PTO awarded the contract as a small business set-aside and will award up to 139, 400 hours for the initial base year, with up to 139, 400 hours for each of the four one-year option periods, a presolicitation notice says.

The agency is also holding a full-and-open competition for the IDEAI-2 program (Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture, and Integration).

Proposals for the open competition were due to the agency in November 2013 and contractors were required to submit proposals for either the small business set-aside or open competition but not both.

PTO lists areas of contract work as including:

  • system design
  • infrastructure engineering
  • network engineering
  • system engineering
  • accessibility engineering
  • enterprise architecture
  • data architecture
  • application architecture
  • system development life cycle support

Check Also

Chad Wolf Starts in Acting DHS Secretary Role; Ken Cuccinelli to Serve as Interim Deputy

Chad Wolf assumed his new role as acting homeland security secretary on Wednesday, replacing Kevin McAleenan (2019 Wash100 recipient) who resigned from the role last month, The Washington Post reported Thursday.

Kevin Scott to Succeed Harry Shum as AI, Research EVP at Microsoft

Kevin Scott, chief technology officer of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), will assume additional duties as executive vice president of artificial intelligence and research in early 2020, CNBC reported Wednesday.