12 Small Businesses Get $800M in Air Force NETCENTS-2 IDIQ Contract Modifications

Twelve companies have received contract modifications worth $800 million in total to continue to offer information technology application services to the U.S. Air Force via the Network-Centric Solutions-2 vehicle.

The Air Force first announced the 12 small business awardees on the potential $960 million NETCENTS-2 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract in June 2012.

Work  covers sustainment, integration, training, migration, testing, operation and help desk support services for various applications across the military branch, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The latest modification comes nearly five months after the service branch awarded $88 million in initial combined modification to these contractors:

  • ActioNet
  • Array Information Technology
  • 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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