AF taps 24 for final ITSP awards

The Air Force this month awarded a fourth and final round of 24 blanket purchase agreements under a $750 million program to provide information technology support services.

The awards bring to a close the Air Force Electronic Systems Center's Information Technology Services Program—one of the largest initiatives to buy IT services through the General Services Administration schedule.

The following companies are the BPA awardees:

Advanced Testing Technologies Inc.

Analytic Services Inc.

ANSTEC Inc.

COLSA Corp.

Comnet Sciences Corp.

GLS Associates Inc.

GTE Government Systems Corp.

Halifax Corp.

ICES Ltd.

Ingenium Corp.

Jaycor Inc.

Logicon Inc.

ManTech Advanced Systems International Inc.

MCR Federal Inc.

Oasis Systems Inc.

ProLogic Inc.

Robbins-Gioia Inc.

Signal Corp.

Stanley Computer Systems Inc.

STG Inc.

TeleCommunication Systems Inc.

Tri-Cor Industries Inc.

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