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USIS Wins $30M DHS Award for Personnel Security Services; Ray Tye Comments

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded USIS, an Altegrity company, a five-year contract worth approximately $30 million to provide personnel security services for the Federal Protective Service. USIS will provide the FPS with support for implementing access control, deploying personal identity cards, industrial security and identity management. USIS will …

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SAIC Wins $42M Contract for Training Support of Navy Fleet Forces

The U.S. Navy has awarded Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) a $42.8 million firm-fixed-price General Services Administration task order contract. The company will provide training support to the U.S. Fleet Forces Command. Work is to be completed by July 2012. NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support, Mechanicsburg, Pa., is the contracting activity.

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AMERICAN SYSTEMS JV Awarded GSA Government-Wide Acquisition Contract; Joe Kopfman comments

  AMERICAN SYSTEMS‘ joint venture partnership with ALEX-Alternative Experts has been awarded an 8(a) STARS II government-wide acquisition contract. The U.S. General Services Administration indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is designed to provide cutting-edge IT solutions from small business awardees. Awardees offer a variety of IT services, including cybersecurity, virtualization, IPV6 and information assurance. The partnership …

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CGI Approved for $76M Cloud Computing Infrastructure Contract; George Schindler Comments

  CGI Federal Inc. (NYSE: GIB) has been cleared to receive awards under the U.S. General Services Administration $76 million blanket purchase agreement for cloud computing infrastructure, virtualization and web hosting. CGI met all of the BPA’s technical, management and security requirements and is immediately eligible to provide services to federal, …

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Autonomic Resources Added to $10B GSA IT IDIQ; Keese Comments

The U.S. General Services Administration has added cloud and emerging technologies firm Autonomic Resources to its STARS II  multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle. STARS II has a $10 billion ceiling with a five-year base and one five-year option. Federal civilian agencies and the Defense Department can direct task orders of up to $4 …

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Ideal Innovations to Help Improve Federal Program Performance with GSA; Kocher Comments

Ideal Innovations, Inc. has been awarded a U.S. General Services Administration mission-oriented business integrated service contract. I-3 will offer provide acquisition management support and program and project management to improve the performance of federal agencies and other organizations. “Under this GSA federal supply schedule, I-3 will be able to lend our assistance, …

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CGI Federal Hires Billy Mays to Leadership Role

CGI Federal hired Billy Mays to serve as a director on the firm’s General Services Administration account. Mays’ background covers the fields of energy management, sustainability, and high-performance buildings. “Billy is an industry leader in energy management and sustainability, ” CGI VP Lynne Bushey said. “As the government works to …

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GSA Turns to Google, Unisys for Email, Collaboration Solutions

GSA has a deal in place with partners Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Unisys (NYSE: UIS) to migrate 17, 000 employees and contractors to Google Apps for Government, which will provide cloud-based programs like Gmail and Google Calendar to the agency. The decision follows a competitive request for proposal process to …

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Greg Baroni on Attain’s GSA Schedule 70 Victory

Attain claimed a GSA Schedule 70 multiple award contract for information technology professional services. According to the firm, “Attain’s five-year contract enables Federal, state and local government agencies convenient, direct access to Attain’s IT professional services through a streamlined procurement process. Under its Schedule 70 contract, Attain’s seasoned consultants will …

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GSA’s Martha Johnson Devises Wiki to Help Vendors

According to ExecutiveBiz: “The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently testing a wiki to streamline the process for bidding vendors.  The wiki will be tested on two requirements: data.gov and Clearpath. GSA is seeking input on a requirement to provide a data repository for data.gov and looking for input on …

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