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Booz Allen Loses OASIS Task Order Protest to Leidos

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The U.S. Government Accountability Office officially ruled against Booz Allen Hamilton’s protest over an OASIS task order worth over $700 million for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support for the Department of the Air Force (AF) Air Combat Command (ACC). The contract that was disputed is a new procurement with no incumbent, however it is a consolidation of several existing contracts. Booz Allen challenged the agency’s evaluation of their proposal and the source selection decision. To offer a background, on November 2,...


OASIS SB – A Great Contract for Small and Disadvantaged Business

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OASIS is a massive ten-year multi-agency contract (MAC) with a value of $60 Billion. It has several pools of IDIQ contracts and has subsets for companies that are small business (SB), 8(a) and unrestricted. It makes available both integrated professional services and products and allows commercial and noncommercial requirements for agencies including: Air Force, Army, Navy Air System Command, Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Defense Information Systems Agency, the Defense Logistics Agency, and Centers for...


GSA Consolidating 24 Multiple Award Schedules by FY2020

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Emily Murphy, Administrator at the General Services Administration (GSA), stated in November that the agency would be merging multiple award schedules (MAS) to mitigate any redundancies in contracting resources and simplify processes for federal customers who are already relying on multiple schedules to service their needs. This includes the Schedule 70, a massive schedule centered around information technology. MAS vendors provide over 10 million commercial products and services to both federal and state/local agencies. Approximately $31 billion dollars are spent...


DHHS Awards 57 on Intelligent Automation IAAI Contract

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Big tech firms like Google and Apple aren’t the only ones investing in Artificial Intelligence. The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) just awarded 57 companies on its new 5-year Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) contract. This IDIQ has a value of $49 million and can be used not only by DHHS but other federal agencies as well. The 57 winners on this IDIQ will be bidding on several functional areas including: applied ideation and design support, engineering and process...


DHS Awards TACCOM II $3 Billion Contract for Comm Equipment/Services

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded 39 companies for the second-generation Tactical Communications contract (TACCOM II). The ceiling on the contract is $3 billion and is expected to last 5 years. The first-generation TACCOM also had a ceiling of $3 billion, but the actual spend was roughly $774 million per EZGovOpps data. Agencies other than DHS can leverage TACCOM II to order delivery of commodity items as they are made available from General Services Administration (GSA) and commercial catalogs....


GSA Creating Cloud Email and Collaboration Contract

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is working on a unique version of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS) $8.2 billion contract for civilians. The contract is based on cloud email and collaboration applications tentatively being called the Civilian Enterprise Office Solution (CEOS). Currently CEOS is in the beginning stages of development. The vehicle is expected to be similar to other recent federal contracts for the enhancement of cloud competencies for email and collaboration apps. The...


CIO-SP3 SB Hit by Protests and Claims in Latest On-ramp

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CIO-SP3 Small Business (SB), one of the vehicles in the CIO-SP3 program, was created to provide custom information technology (IT) solutions and services for five different socio-economic set-asides. This vehicle has been relatively successful since its original awarding in 2012, with a number of small businesses outgrowing their SB status while providing CIO-SP3 services. Unfortunately, there have been some snags in the latest on-ramp. Biswas Information Technology Solutions, Chags Health Information Technology, ESAC Inc., Trillion Technology Solutions, and Shivoy Inc. all filed protests with the...


Veterans Administration Increases VOSB and SDVOSB Small Business Spending Goals

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You may recall a landmark court case three years ago that made it all the way up to the Supreme Court; a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB), Kingdomware Technologies, took on the Veterans Administration (VA) over “the rule of two”. The rule of two, which is laid out in Congress’ 2006 Veterans Act, states that if the VA finds that there are at least two veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB) or SDVOSBs capable of doing the work, the contract must be...


Army’s $82B LOGCAP V Logistics Contract Awarded

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For decades, United States regional combatant commands, service component commands and other military organizations have leveraged the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program, aka LOGCAP, to acquire construction, supply, logistics and other services. The first three LOGCAP contracts were awarded to single bidders in each round of competition. LOGCAP IV, awarded in June 2007, was split between three companies. Now in 2019, four prime contractors have been awarded positions on the fifth iteration of the 10-year (five year and five option years),...


GSA ALLIANT 2 Small Business Awards Rescinded After Protest

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Bad news for any of the 81 small businesses that were awarded a place on the decade’s largest IT contract. For the 10-year $15 billion ALLIANT 2 IT services contract vehicle, the court of federal claims has just ruled that the General Services Administration (GSA) will have to re-score every single bid for the small business portion. Since March 14, 2018, there have been various protests submitted to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) over the awards, and while many...


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