FedBizBeat congratulates the following top government contractors on their hard-earned contract wins in November.
AllCom Global Services, Inc. won a 5-year, $75 million prime IDIQ by the U.S. Air Force for power conditioning continuation and interfacing equipment.
CSRA, Inc. was awarded a three-year, $45 million contract for advising U.S. Customs and Border Protection on effectual equipment options and efficient deployment methods.
CSRA, Inc. won a four-year, $73 million Enterprise Cloud Services for Information Technology Infrastructure Modernization contract by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Customer Value Partners was chosen by the CMS Innovation Center to assist with identifying, testing and applying strategies that target fraud, waste, abuse and noncompliance.
DSA, Inc. was re-awarded a Maintenance and Sustainment of the Southeast Georeadiness Center Task Order under the DISA ENCORE II IDIQ by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast.
Engility was awarded a five-year, $112 million IDIQ by the FDA Scientific Computing Board and Office of Information Management and Technology.
Koniag Services, Inc. was awarded a cybersecurity contract by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. teamed with Miracle Systems, LLC to provide technical communications expertise to the Air Force Global Strike Command, supporting the U.S. National Leadership Command Capabilities and Nuclear Command, Control and Communications.
ManTech International Corp. won a contract by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency for information technology enterprise management services and enterprise management/cybersecurity services.
NCI, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary AdvanceMed won an $87 million contract by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
NCI, Inc. was awarded a $10 million C4I/IT task order by the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command, National Capital Region Engineering Directorate.
Vencore, Inc. was awarded a five-year, re-compete contract by the GSA’s Public Buildings Information Technology Service. This re-compete has a ceiling value of $27 million if all options are exercised.
Vencore, Inc. won a cyberspace science, research, engineering and technology IDIQ by the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Command Systems Center Pacific, with a ceiling value of $135 million.