GD on Potential $628M Contract for IT Operations at DHS HQ Campus
General Dynamics [GD] says has been awarded a potential six-year, $628.6 million multiple-award task order by the General Services Administration to provide information technology (IT) services, operations and maintenance, and logistics support for the continued development, expansion and design of new and rehabilitated buildings at the Department of Homeland Security’s St. Elizabeth’s campus. CACI International [CACI] and M.C. Dean are listed as subcontractors under the St. Elizabeths Technology Services task order. The SETS task order was awarded on Dec. 20, 2017, to GD One Source, which is a joint venture comprised of GD’s IT and Mission Systems businesses. GD says that in 2011 it received a task order to support the relocation of DHS headquarters and provide IT infrastructure that meets computer networking, telecommunications, building management and physical security requirements.
Integral Consulting Awarded $8M Extension to Continue Supporting NGIC Biometrics
The Army has awarded Integral Consulting Services an $8.1 million contract extension to continue providing biometrics support for the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) pending the resolution of a protest for the Biometric Enabled Intelligence (BEI) requirement. Integral is the incumbent on the contract but lost a competition in January to The Buffalo Group for the BEI and All Source Identity Intelligence. Integral protested the decision, which is expected to be resolved in May. The five-month contract extension runs into August.
DHS Awards MaxSent $119M for Guard Services
The professional security firm MaxSent has received a potential $119.4 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service for protective security officer services at various locations throughout Maryland. The contract is a total small business set-aside.
DISA Exercises Options with AT&T, Verizon for DHS Telecom Services
The Defense Information Systems Agency has exercised option year four of previously awarded contracts to AT&T Corp. [T] and Verizon [VZN] for the Priority Telecommunication Service to support the Department of Homeland Security Office of Emergency Communications. The initial amounts being awarded to AT&T and Verizon under the option exercise are $11.7 million and $7.2 million respectively. DISA says the cumulative face value of AT&T’s award is $79.9 million with a life-cycle amount of $309.8 million. The cumulative face value of Verizon’s contract is $83.1 million with a life-cycle amount of $291.5 million. The contracts support the National Security/Emergency Preparedness Priority Telecommunication Services, which is a White House directed program that leverages the commercially-owned public switched network to provide specially designed telecommunications services to the national security and emergency preparedness user community during natural or man-made disasters when conventional communications services are ineffective.