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FBI Names 7 Small Businesses on IT Hardware Acquisition Contract

ITphotoThe Federal Bureau of Investigation has awarded seven small businesses positions on its contract to provide the bureau headquarters and 56 field offices with information technology equipment under the Prevention of Information Technology Obsolescence program.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Monday listed the awardees as potential providers of laptops, desktops, print media, servers and storage area networks to FBI.

The bureau said the following contract ceilings apply for each individual company:

  • AOC Connect, $10 million
  • Intelligent Decisions, $15 million
  • Iron Bow, $195 million
  • MicroTechnologies, $15 million
  • Red River Computer, $40 million
  • Spectrum Systems, $130 million
  • Sterling Computers, $10 million

The original solicitation in 2013 stated that PITO, also known as the IT Acquisition Program, aims to help FBI’s workspace support unit within the IT services division bring IT hardware across all FBI offices updated and up to standard.

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