Ten companies will compete for delivery orders to provide application services to theÂ U.S. Air ForceÂ for a 10-year period underÂ a potentialÂ $960 millionÂ contract.Â Â program over a 10-year period.
TheÂ Defense DepartmentÂ said MondayÂ on its website that the Network-Centric Solutions-2 Application Services contract covers sustainment, integration, migration, training, testing and operational and help desk support.
- CACI InternationalÂ (NYSE: CACI)
- General DynamicsÂ Information Technology (NYSE: GD)
- IBM (NYSE: IBM)
- Jacobs Technology
- L-3 CommunicationsÂ (NYSE: LLL)
- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)
- Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC)
- RaytheonÂ (NYSE: RTN)
- SRA International
TheÂ Air Force received 21 proposals for theÂ multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via FedBizOpps.
Contractors will also work to expose dataÂ from sources in orderÂ to support web-services or service-oriented architecture constructs in Air Force enterprise environments.