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GSA awards $50B Alliant GWAC contract for IT services

The US General Services Administration (GSA), the government's main buying arm, has announced the selection of 29 firms for award under the Alliant contract. Among them are Accenture, BearingPoint, Booz Allen Hamilton, CSC, EDS, and IBM.

Alliant, a 10-year multiple award indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract with a $50 billion ceiling, is the largest government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) ever issued and will provide federal agencies with the opportunity to use competitive sourcing for regional and global IT services to improve efficiencies and maximize cost savings.

The award features a five-year base and one five-year option, and replaces two older GSA GWACs; GSA selected just 29 firms for award under the Alliant contract.

The scope of GSA's Alliant GWAC includes all components of an integrated IT solution, including all current and any new technologies which may emerge during the life cycle of the contract and IT systems, products and services in support of national security systems. The contract provides IT solutions through performance of a broad range of services that may include the integration of various technologies critical to the services being acquired.

The winners aren't necessarily guaranteed work from the agencies, will issue orders for services through the government-wide contract and the companies will have to bid on them. Agencies can also choose to go on their own.

The firms selected for award are:

Accenture National Security Services LLC
Advanced Management Technology Inc.
Alion Science and Technology Corp.
AT&T; Government Solutions, Inc.
BAE Systems Information Technology
BearingPoint Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
CACI Inc. Federal
Computer Sciences Corp.
Dynamic Research Corp.
Electronic Data Systems Corp.
General Dyamics One Source LLC
Harris Corp.
Indus Corp.
International Business Machines Corp.
ITS Corp.
L-3 Communications Titan Corp.
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc.
ManTech Advanced Systems International, Inc.
Modern Technologies, Inc.
NCI Information Systems, Inc.
QSS Group, Inc.
Raytheon Company
RS Information Systems, Inc.
Science Applications International Corp.
SI International Inc.
Systems Research and Applications Corp.
TASC, Inc. (Northrop Grumman IT)
Unisys Corp.
 
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