Government contractors face the challenge of winning business from one of the most complex organizations in the world, the U.S. government. FedBizBeat recognizes the following hard-earned contract wins. These GovCons made headlines with their awards in May 2016. Congratulations!
AT&T was awarded a $74.6 million communications contract by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
Changeis won a logistics center support contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
CollabraLink was awarded a $68 million agile software and business process management BPA by the Department of Transportation.
DCS was awarded a four-year, $34.8 million task order for Air Combat Command’s 53rd Electronic Warfare Group (53EWG).
Engility won four intelligence community contracts in the first quarter of 2016, totaling $102 million.
IntelliDyne was awarded multiple contracts by the Dept. of Defense, worth more than $80 million total. The company also formed an advanced analytics practice, Advanced Analytic Solutions.
LGS Innovations was awarded a contract by DARPA to develop communication terminals for microsatellites.
Link Solutions, Inc. was awarded a three-year, $48 million IDIQ by the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM).
Octo Consulting Group won a task order worth $9.9 million on its enterprise information technology services IDIQ, supporting the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS).
Rigil was awarded a prime GSA human capital and training solutions contract (HCaTS).
TASC, an Engility company, won a $90 million operational testing and evaluation contract by the Transportation Security Administration.
Vencore, Inc. was awarded a systems engineering and integration work contract worth $400 million by a U.S. government agency.