FedBizBeat congratulates the following top government contractors on their contract wins for the month of January 2017.
Accenture Federal Services was awarded a seven-year BPA by the FBI. The contract has a ceiling value of $100 million and supports further enhancing the bureau’s human resources systems capabilities.
CACI International was tapped for a prime position on multiple-award IDIQ with a ceiling value of $6 billion, to provide IT, technical and management expertise to the Defense Logistics Agency’s Information Operations Office, program offices and other Dept. of Defense agencies.
CGI won a task order by the GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service on behalf of the Dept. of Homeland Security to provide identity management services for 26 federal agencies.
DCS Corp. was tapped by the Naval Research Laboratory for a five-year Enhanced Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Sensor and System Capability Development contract.
Engility was awarded a $31 million cybersecurity assessment, analysis and research contract by the Defense Technical Information Center, supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Cyber Security Engineering Division.
ENSCO, Inc. was selected by the Space and Missile Systems Center to win the RN Systems Engineering and Integration contract.
IndraSoft, Inc. won a five-year, $38 million task order by the 402nd Software Maintenance Group to provide software sustainment and development, lab support, cybersecurity and systems engineering services.
Polaris Alpha was awarded a $48 million IDIQ by the Naval Research Laboratory Electronics Science and Technology Division to provide research, development and technical services.
Salient CRGT was tapped by the Dept. of Defense for a BPA with a one-year base, two one-year options and a potential ceiling value of $45 million.
SOS International (SOSi) was awarded a multiyear prime contract by the U.S. Army for creating and managing a tailored training program for security assistance officers who deploy to Saudi Arabia to work in support of the Ministry of Interior-Military Assistance Group.
Vencore Labs won a prime contract on the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency’s (DARPA) Dynamic Network Adaptation for Mission Optimization program.