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.
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.
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.
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.