12 Firms Receive $88M in Contract Modifications Under NETCENTS-2 Application Services IDIQ

information technologyThe U.S. Air Force has awarded contract modifications worth a combined $88 million to 12 companies to provide information technology application services through the military  branch’s Network-Centric Solutions-2 vehicle.

The Defense Department said Tuesday work will occur through June 20, 2022 and the Air Force will determine performance locations based on task orders.

In June 2012,  the service branch awarded spots on the $960 million Application Services Small Business Companion portion of the NETCENTS-2 vehicle to the following companies:

  • Array Information Technology
  • ActioNet
  • Datum Software
  • Digital Management
  • Diligent Consulting
  • Diversified Technical Services
  • DSD Laboratories
  • Excellus Solutions
  • Exeter Government Services
  • IndraSoft
  • Segue Technologies
  • SI Systems Technologies

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