FAA awards contract for BITS II support

FAA awards contract for BITS II support

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded Optimus Corp. of Silver Spring, Md., a contract to provide a centralized LAN and help desk support. The contract, announced today, is worth $4 million in the first year and could extend up to eight years with FAA's Office of Research and Acquisitions under its Broad IT Services II program.

Optimus will provide desktop user, LAN server, LAN infrastructure and call center support, as well as configuration management, IT inventory, asset management and training. The company will provide support at three office buildings in downtown Washington.

The BITS II contract vehicle is a multiyear, multiple-award follow-on to the original BITS contract geared toward directing business to small contractors.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.


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