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GSA Picks 24 Firms for $3.45B On-Ramp Human Capital & Training Solutions Small Business Pool 1

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration has awarded 24 small businesses spots on the first pool of a potential $3.45B contract to provide human capital and training support services for federal agencies.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says the companies will compete for task orders as part of the “on-ramping” process for the Human Capital and Training Solutions Small Business Pool 1 multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

HCaTS SB Pool 1 has a one-year base term, five option years and another six-month option to extend services. It covers three key service areas: customized training and development services; customized human capital strategy services; and customized organizational performance improvement.

GSA received 49 proposals for the on-ramp HCaTS SB Pool 1 vehicle.

The awardees are:

  • Advanced Systems Technology and Management
  • Agile-Group
  • AvantGarde
  • Carney
  • Chitra Productions
  • Communication Institute International
  • CTR Management Group
  • Data Management Services
  • Delan Associates
  • E-PAGA
  • Full Circle Computing
  • Full Visibility
  • HigherEchelon
  • Ideation
  • Innove
  • JRogers Consulting
  • LinkVisum Consulting Group
  • Learning Systems International
  • Prometheus Federal Services
  • R3 Government Solutions
  • Reed Integration
  • TADE Group
  • The Arbinger Company
  • Wheelhouse Group

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