General Services Administration Contracts

Applications 'N' Support for Widely Diverse End-User Requirements
Applications 'N' Support for Widely Diverse End-User Requirements (Answer) is a governmentwide contract for information technology services and solutions, including security. The General Services Administration is developing a program called Alliant that will replace Answer and other contracts, but it will not be in place until 2006.

Government Contact
Aprell Bradford

Contractor Contacts

Bob Burk

Booz Allen Hamilton
John Coe

Computer Sciences Corp.
Diane Ruffner

Information Systems Support Inc.
Jason Busby

ITS Corp.
Stanley Joosse

Northrop Grumman Corp.
Jackie Barker

Science Applications International Corp.
David A. Blottie

IT Omnibus Procurement II: Security Services
IT Omnibus Procurement (ITOP) II, a governmentwide services contract, includes a functional area devoted to security support services for information systems.

Government Contacts
Patricia Oliver

Enterprise GWAC Call Center
Fax: 858-530-3182

Contractor Contacts

Mike McHugh

BAE Systems (DigitalNet Solutions)
Sharon Richardson

Booz Allen Hamilton

Debra Banning

Mark Colturi

Lockheed Martin
Jeffrey Chesko

Northrop Grumman Corp.
Cathy Whalen

Science Applications International Corp.
Mary Ruth Haworth

TWM Associates Inc.
Lisa Wilkins

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