Qbase Gets $104M Defense Acquisition University IT Support BPA

Qbase Gets $104M Defense Acquisition University IT Support BPA

Qbase has secured a potential five-year, $103.6M blanket purchase agreement from Washington Headquarters Services to provide information technology support to the Defense Acquisition University.

The company will design, build and maintain web applications, operate video services, install hardware, engineer systems through the BPA, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Other services include enterprise cybersecurity, telecommunications, data warehousing, acquisition workforce qualification and talent and learning management system support.

DoD did not obligate funds at the time of award and expects work to be complete by July 22, 2025.

Beavercreek, Ohio-based Qbase maintains a portfolio of software development, mobile products, analytics, IT infrastructure, big data, cloud computing and managed service offerings.

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