DHS Awards Potential $1.5B PACTS II Non-IT Services Contract Vehicle

ContractThe Department of Homeland Security has awarded 30 companies spots on a potential five-year, $1.5 billion contract vehicle for program management, administrative, operations and technical support services.

PACTS II is a set-aside program for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses and designed to help DHS accomplish mission objectives and cross-organizational missions through non-information technology services, according to a FedBizOpps summary.

Twelve of the winning vendors can vie for program management and technical support task orders under functional category one of the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract while the remaining 18 can compete for administrative and operations services orders under functional category two.

The awardees for FC1 are:

  • Agile Homeland Security Group
  • Archimedes Global
  • Flatter & Associates
  • gTANGIBLE
  • Harkcon
  • Integrated Finance and Accounting Solutions
  • ITility
  • Management and Technical Services Alliance JV
  • Old Dominion Strategies
  • Pathfinder Consultants
  • ScaVet Technologies
  • Strategic Operational Solutions

FC2 awardees include:

  • Aktarius
  • Analytic Strategies
  • APG TECHNOLOGIES
  • Information Technology Coalition
  • Interior Systems, doing business as ISI Professional Services
  • Lukos-VATC JV
  • MIRACORP
  • ProTech Services Alliance USA
  • Sciolex
  • Strategic Alliance Business Group JV
  • Systems Kinetics Integration
  • Szanca Solutions
  • TechOp Solutions International
  • The Reger Group
  • TMC-TeleSolv
  • Totally Joined For Achieving Collaborative Techniques
  • Vision Centric
  • X Corp Solutions

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