AECOM‘s (NYSE: ACM) URS Federal Services arm, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and ViON have received contracts worth up to $591.9 million combined for processor capacity services to the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Each indefinite-delivery/indefinite–quantity contract has a five-year base period that runs through April 12, 2023, and five one-year options that could extend work until April 12, 2028, the Defense Department said.
HPE, URS and ViON will respectively deliver Itanium, Z-series and System P chip sets to DISA facilities or other locations where the agency may assume an operational responsibility.
The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization received three proposals for the IDIQs via a solicitation process on FedBizOpps.
Contract details for each awardee are provided below:
- HPE will receive a $660,000 minimum guarantee order under a potential $277.1 million IDIQ
- URS will receive a $355,000 minimum guarantee order under a potential $143.9 million IDIQ
- ViON will receive a $255,000 minimum guarantee order under a potential $170.9 million IDIQ