AF Life Cycle Management Center Awards $95M Cloud Services BPA

Jeff Brody

Twenty-seven companies have positions on a blanket purchase agreement from the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center to provide cloud services to the militay branch’s LevelUP cyber factory.

AFLCMC named the basic order agreement holders in an award notice posted Tuesday on FedBizOpps. A prior solicitation notice stated the contract is potentially worth up to $95M and has an ordering period of five years.

The BPA will cover a set of services intended to help the LevelUP software hub to incorporate DevOps and DevSecOps approaches into integration and testing of government cloud and hybrid systems at different classification levels.

The LevelUP program aimed to build a unified platform for extracting data on cybersecurity incidents and providing threat visibility at service branches.

Awardees are:

  • A&T Systems
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Adela Technologies
  • Alaska Northstar Resources
  • Applied Information Sciences
  • Bestica
  • Carahsoft Technology
  • Chenega Applied Solution
  • C2S Consulting Group
  • CyberCore
  • Dark Wolf
  • Dell Technologies
  • Enlighten IT Consulting, a subsidiary of Alion Science and Technology
  • FCN
  • General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business
  • Human Touch
  • Jasper Solutions
  • JHC Technology
  • Leidos (NYSE: LDOS)
  • M2 Technology
  • ManTech (Nasdaq: MANT)
  • Oracle (NYSE: ORCL)
  • Red River Technology
  • TechTrend
  • Unisys (NYSE: UIS)
  • World Wide Technology
  • Zivaro

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