Navy Awards Four Spots on Potential $976M SAP Products, Services BPA

Four companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $975.9M U.S. Navy blanket purchase agreement to provide SAP software products and support services to the Department of Defense, U.S. Coast Guard, intelligence community and other federal government agencies.

Carahsoft Technology, Advantaged Solutions, Alamo City Engineering and Oakland Consulting Group will compete for orders via the Enterprise Software Initiative BPA awarded under the General Service Administration’s Federal Supply Schedule, the Pentagon said Monday.

DoD added the agreement includes software maintenance, cloud computing and information technology professional services.

The Naval Information Warfare Center-Pacific received four offers for the BPA after conducting a competitive procurement process that was reserved to 679 vendors on the GSA’s E-Buy website.

The ordering period began March 12 and will continue through March 11, 2029.

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