Commerce Department Names ‘Apparent Successful Offerors’ for Enterprise-Wide IT Contract

The Department of Commerce has listed 15 small businesses in a pre-award notice of a potential 10-year, $1.5 billion contract vehicle for enterprise-wide information technology services.

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The notice, posted Monday on SAM.gov, provides the “apparent successful offerors” for the Commerce Acquisition for Transformational Technology Services acquisition program.

The proposers are:

  • BrightPoint 
  • Centuria 
  • CW-LTS
  • dotIT
  • Enterprise Solutions and Management Corp.
  • Halvik 
  • Koniag Management Services
  • MetrolBR joint venture
  • NOVA-Dine
  • ProGov Partners
  • Reston Consulting Group
  • RIVA Solutions
  • SONA Networks
  • T and T Consulting Services
  • VentechSNAP JV

CATTS encompasses support services across six areas: chief information officer support, digital document and records management, managed service outsourcing and consulting, IT operations and maintenance, IT services management and cybersecurity requirements.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a one-year base period of performance along with nine option years. 

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