GSA Awards Three Spots on $96M Virtualization Tech Support IDIQ for US Pacific Air Forces

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration has selected three small businesses for a potential five-year, $96M contract for virtual desktop infrastructure support to the U.S. Pacific Air Forces in Hawaii.

3IT Consulting, G.C. Associates and Galapagos will compete for fixed-price orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, GSA said in FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday.

The program’s request for proposals document stated that the multiple-award IDIQ would involve IT engineering, design, implementation and program management support for PACAF’s virtualization system and SecureView cross-domain machine hosting platform at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

According to a performance work statement, contractors will support PACAF’s business and end-user computing equipment designed to support command, control, communications, computers, intelligence and cyber functions.

PACAF is a U.S. Air Force component with an area of responsibility that spans 36 nations and 16 time zones. The command sought industry support to ensure continued operations in a disconnected-intermittent-low bandwidth environment. The GSA awarded the contract after an SBA 8(a) solicitation process.

Check Also

Savannah River Site

DOE Issues RFI for Savannah River Site Nuclear Cleanup Effort

The Department of Energy is looking for potential sources of environmental remediation services at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina to support the National Nuclear Security Administration's site cleanup and modernization programs. 

Alain Bellemare Operating Executive Carlyle

Alain Bellemare Named Operating Executive for Carlyle’s Global Aerospace, Defense, Gov’t Services

Alain Bellemare, an aerospace industry veteran, has been appointed an operating executive within the global aerospace, defense and government services group at The Carlyle Group (Nasdaq: CG).