DISA Awards 23 Spots on $7.5B SETI Contract Vehicle’s Restricted Small Biz Portion

Jeff Brody

Twenty-three small businesses have won spots on a potential 10-year, $7.5B contract vehicle to provide systems engineering, technology and innovation support services to the Defense Information Systems Agency.

DISA received 99 proposals for the restricted pool of the SETI indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract and will determine funds and work locations with each order, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Each contractor will receive $500 as a minimum guarantee for the base ordering period.

The small-business awardees are:

  • Affinity Innovations
  • Applied Systems Engineering joint venture
  • A Square Group
  • Bluestone Logic
  • Business Computers Management Consulting Group
  • Credence Management Solutions
  • DHPC Technologies
  • InCadence Strategic Solutions
  • INNOPLEX
  • Innovation Evolution Technologies JV
  • Innovative Government Solutions JV
  • Integrated Systems
  • Interactive Process Technology
  • Mission Support LP
  • NetCentric Technologies
  • Riverside Engineering
  • Semper AASKI Alliance
  • Superlative Technologies
  • Synergy Business Innovation & Solutions
  • TekSynap
  • Tiber Creek Consulting
  • ValidaTek
  • VOLANT Associates

DISA named 14 large companies for the contract’s restricted portion in June 2018.

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