DHS taps 25 for Eagle procurement

The Homeland Security Department has released a list of the 25 winners of its $6 billion-a-year Eagle procurement program.

The winners of the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge solutions IT procurement program now will compete with each other for task orders. The contract has a ceiling of $45 billion over seven years.

The awardees are all large companies on Eagle's so-called unrestricted track. They have won indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts in at least one of five categories:
  • Infrastructure engineering design, development, implementation and integration
  • Operations and maintenance
  • Independent test, validation, verification and evaluation
  • Software development
  • Management support services.

A set of contracts set aside for small businesses will be announced by July 31.

The list of successful Eagle bidders includes nearly all major federal IT systems integrators. The winners are:

  • Accenture Ltd. of Hamilton, Bermuda
  • ATT Government Solutions Inc. of Vienna, Va.
  • BAE Systems Inc. of Rockville, Md.
  • BearingPoint Inc. of McLean, Va.
  • Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean
  • CACI International Inc. of Arlington, Va.
  • Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif.
  • Dynamics Research Corp. of Andover, Mass.
  • EDS Corp. of Plano, Texas
  • General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church, Va.
  • IBM Corp. of Armonk, N.Y.
  • Keane Federal Systems of McLean
  • Two units of Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda, Md.: Lockheed Martin Services of West Cherry Hill, N.J., and Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions of Gaithersburg, Md.
  • McDonald Bradley Corp. of Herndon, Va.;
  • Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles
  • Nortel Government Solutions Inc. of Fairfax, Va.;
  • Perot Systems Corp. of Plano, Texas
  • Pinkerton Computer Consultants of Fairfax
  • Pragmatics Inc. of McLean
  • QSS Group Inc. of Lanham, Md.;
  • Raytheon Co. of Waltham, Mass.
  • Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego
  • SRA International Inc. of Fairfax
  • Unisys Corp. of Blue Bell, Pa.

About the Author

Alice Lipowicz is a staff writer covering government 2.0, homeland security and other IT policies for Federal Computer Week.


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