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13 Small Businesses Land Spots on $1.54B DHS Agile Devt Support Contract Vehicle

softwareThe Department of Homeland Security has awarded 13 companies positions on a potential three-year, $1.54 billion contract to provide agile design and development services for DHS.

DHS awarded the Flexible Agile Support for the Homeland contract vehicle as an agency-wide, small business set-aside program, the agency said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Monday.

The agency received 114 bids for the FLASH procurement vehicle that has a base term of one year and two option years.

The awardees are:

  • Ad Hoc
  • EDC Consulting
  • Emagine IT
  • Excella Consulting
  • Innovations JV
  • Karsun Solutions
  • LinkTec
  • Navitas Business Consulting
  • SemanticBits
  • SimonComputing
  • Soft Tech Consulting
  • Solution Technology Systems
  • Wexler Technical Solutions

The FLASH vehicle covers dev-ops, agile, user-centered design, automated testing and other concepts from the U.S. Digital Services Playbook, DHS said in a request for information published in May.

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