GSA awards third set of systems support contracts

GSA awards third set of systems support contracts

The General Services Administration has awarded a third set of contracts for systems support services under its Millennia Lite program.

The latest 10 contracts cover services such as business case analysis, performance measurement, and independent validation and verification testing.

The vendors are Abacus Technology Corp. of Chevy Chase, Md.; Anteon Corp. of Fairfax, Va.; Calibre Systems Inc. of Falls Church, Va.; Cexec Inc. of Dulles, Va.; Data Networks Corp. of Reston, Va.; Engineering Documentation Systems Inc. of Yorba Linda, Calif.; SI International Inc. of Gaithersburg, Md.; Soza & Co. Ltd. of Fairfax; Sytex Inc. of Tinton Falls, N.J.; and User Technology Associates Inc. of Arlington, Va.

GSA plans to award a fourth and final set of contracts for systems migration and enterprise systems development. In April, it awarded the first two sets of contracts, 11 contracts for high-end services and 10 for mission-support services.

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