GreenZone JV to Help Manage SEC Apps Under Potential $115M Task Order

GreenZone JV to Help Manage SEC Apps Under Potential $115M Task Order
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GreenZone Solutions-led joint venture has won a potential 10-year, $115M task order under the Securities and Exchange Commission's OneIT contract vehicle to provide application management support services to the agency.

GreenZone JV will help the SEC Office of Information Technology administer apps, develop systems and perform cybersecurity work, among other tasks, the company said Wednesday.

McLean, Va.-based management and technology consulting company Attain will be Greenzone's teaming partner in the project.

SEC awarded the task order, which has one base year plus nine one-year options, after a small business set-aside competition.

Fourteen small businesses and three large companies hold spots on the multiple-award OneIT contract.

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