The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) today awarded 29 technology firms—including EDS and AT&T—a technology services contract worth about $50 billion.
Under the "Alliant" contract—a pre-qualified contract that allows fast access to critical services—companies will provide IT services including computer design, software engineering and systems integration.
The government-wide contract does not guarantee work for any of the winning companies, which will have to bid on service orders.
Winning Firms include:
Accenture National Security Services LLC
Advanced Management Technology Inc.
Alion Science and Technology Corp.
AT&T Government Solutions, Inc.
BAE Systems Information Technology
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
CACI Inc Federal
Computer Sciences Corp.
Dynamic Research Corp.
Electronic Data Systems Corp.
General Dynamics One Source, LLC
International Business Machines Corp.
L-3 Communications Titan Corp.
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc.
ManTech Advanced Systems International, Inc.
Modern Technologies, Inc.
NCI Information Systems, Inc.
QSS Group, Inc.
RS Information Systems, Inc.
Science Applications International Corp.
SI International, Inc.
Systems Research and Applications Corp.
TASC, Inc. (Northrop Grumman IT)