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20 Companies Win Spots on $8B NETCENTS-2 Infrastructure Services IDIQ

data centerTwenty companies have landed spots on a potential $7.9 billion contract to provide network operations and infrastructure support services across the U.S. Air Force enterprise.

Contractors will compete to perform work during the three-year ordering period for this portion of the Network-Centric Solutions-2 program, the Defense Department said Friday.

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center received 21 proposals.

Awardees are:

  • AT&T Government Solutions
  • BAE Systems Information Solutions
  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
  • Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC)
  • Federal Network Systems
  • General Dynamics Information Technology (NYSE: GD)
  • Harris IT Services (NYSE: HRS)
  • HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ)
  • IBM U.S. Federal (NYSE: IBM)
  • LGS Innovations
  • Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)
  • L-3 National Security Solutions (NYSE: LLL)
  • NCI Information Systems (Nasdaq: NCIT)
  • Northrop Grumman Systems (NYSE: NOC)
  • NextiraOne Federal
  • Raytheon (NYSE: RTN)
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC)
  • SRA International (NYSE: SRX)
  • Telos
  • URS Federal Services (NYSE: URS)

NETCENTS-2 services are also available to other defense organizations and federal civilian agencies.

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