A Chenega Corp. subsidiary has secured a potential 10-year, $2.5 billion contract to provide professional contractor support services for the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Integrated Professional Acquisition Support Services 2.0 indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract awarded to C2 Alaska has a base term of five years and a five-year option period, according to an award notice posted Tuesday.
The scope of work under the iPASS 2.0 single-award IDIQ contract includes specialized professional services in support of data governance and program analysis, communications, administration, investigations, litigation, examinations, inspections, accounting and auditing services, case related administration, forensics, business and policy management support, statistical analysis and other special projects, according to solicitation documents.
The vendor will also hire and retain professional contractor staff with skills in administration/office automation, accounting, business and financial analytics, documents/records management, technical writing and editing and program/project management, among other disciplines.
San Antonio-based C2 Alaska is an 8(a) small disadvantaged business that provides business services, administrative, technical and legal staffing, ground transportation support, facilities and logistics support, construction, safety and compliance oversight and environmental consulting services to government and private sector clients.