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GSA Awards $50B Alliant Contracts

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Posted August 3, 2007

GSA recently announced the award of 29 Alliant governmentwide IT contracts, with a 5-year base, a 5-year option and a potential value of $50 billion.

Contracts were awarded to: Accenture National Security Services LLC; Advanced Management Technology Inc.; Alion Science and Technology Corp.; AT&T; BAE Systems; BearingPoint; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; FCSC; CSC; DRC; EDS; General Dynamics; Harris; Indus; IBM; ITS; L-3 Communications; Lockheed Martin; ManTech; MTC; NCI; QSS; Raytheon; RSIS; SAIC; SI International; Northrop Grumman; and Unisys.

Alliant pre-competed contracts offer federal agencies streamlined access to complex technical solutions. Team partners and subcontractors can be added at the task order level to meet individual agency needs. Alliant's flexibity enables agencies to make task orders based on fixed-price, cost-reimbursement, time and material and labor hours.

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