GSA awards Millennia Lite contracts

GSA awards Millennia Lite contracts

APRIL 21—The General Services Administration today awarded 21 systems services contracts.

GSA's Federal Technology Service awarded the contracts for two of four areas of the Millennia Lite Program. Through the program, GSA wants to create a cadre vehicles for buying systems services.

FTS awarded 11 contracts for high-end services and 10 for regional mission-support services. FTS plans to award two more sets of contracts: one for IT planning studies and assessment, and one for legacy systems migration and enterprise systems development. The agency estimates the combined value for contracts in all four areas at $20 billion.

The vendors for the high-end IT services are:

  • American Systems Corp. of Chantilly, Va.
  • Anteon Corp. of Fairfax, Va.
  • AverStar Inc. of Burlington, Mass.
  • Computer Technology Associates Inc. of Bethesda, Md.
  • GRC International Inc. of Vienna, Va.
  • Nichols Research Corp. of Huntsville, Ala.
  • New Technology Management Inc. of Winchester, Va.
  • QSS Group Inc. of Lanham, Md.
  • Sentel Corp. of Alexandria, Va.
  • Sherikon Inc. of Chantilly
  • Systems Technology Associates Inc. of Chantilly

The high-end services include scientific and engineering programming, computer-aided design, independent verification and validation, and statistical analysis.

The vendors for mission support are:

  • ACS Government Solutions Group Inc. of Rockville, Md.
  • Advanced Technology Systems Inc. of McLean, Va.
  • Century Technologies Inc. of Silver Spring, Md.
  • Computer Systems Technology Inc. of Huntsville
  • EER Systems Inc. of Seabrook, Md.
  • FC Business Systems Inc. of Springfield, Va.
  • I.T.S. Federal of Woodbridge, Va.
  • Rose International Inc. of Chesterfield, Mo.
  • Sherikon Inc.
  • VGS Inc. of McLean

These services include software development and maintenance, facilities management and operations, information center and help desk work, and electronic records management.

GSA in October issued the Millennia Lite request for proposals [see story at].

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