Transportation taps 25 for next ITOP pact

The Transportation Department today awarded 34 prime contracts to 25 companies under a $10 billion information technology services contract.

The Information Technology Omnibus Procurement II (ITOP II) contract will provide a wide range of services to federal, state and local agencies. ITOP II is a follow-on pact for ITOP, a 2-and-a-half-year-old contract that already has processed $900 million worth of orders and has nearly reached its ceiling.

ITOP II is divided into three functional areas: Information Systems Engineering, Systems Operations and Management, and Information Systems Security. Many of the winning vendors include small businesses and 8(a) companies, and some companies won a contract under more than one functional area.

The winners in each functional area are:

Information Systems EngineeringAdvanced Management Technology Inc.

Anteon Corp.

Catapult Technology Ltd.

Computer Resource Management Inc.

Datamat Systems Research Inc.

FC Business Systems

GTE Government Systems Inc.

Performance Engineering Corp.

Science Applications International Corp.

Signal Corp.

SRA International Inc.

Stanley Associates Inc.

The Centech Group Inc.

Unisys Corp.

Systems Operations and ManagementAdvanced Management Technology Inc.

Booz-Allen&Hamilton Inc.

Computer Resource Management Inc.

Electronic Data Systems Corp.

EER Systems Inc.

FC Business Systems

Lockheed Martin Services Inc.

QSS Group Inc.

RS Information Systems Inc.

Science Applications International Corp.

SRA International Inc.

Stanley Associates Inc.

Unisys Corp.

Information Systems SecurityAllied Technology Group Inc.

Booz-Allen&Hamilton Inc.

Integrated Management Systems Inc.

Litton/TASC

Lockheed Martin Services Inc.

Logicon Inc.

TWM Associates Inc.

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