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Three Firms Land Spots on $446M DoD BPA for IT Research, Informative Services

Three companies have been awarded positions on a 10-year, $446M blanket purchase agreement under the information technology research and informative services category of the Department of Defense’s Enterprise Software Initiative.

Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific selected three offerors for the award via a competitive procurement among 679 vendors on the General Services Administration’s E-Buy website, DoD said Monday.

FEDmine, Forrester Research and Gartner are the awardees on this BPA.

The ordering period runs through March 24, 2029 and work includes the provision of commercial technology to the Pentagon, U.S. Coast Guard and the intelligence community.

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