GSA awards Millennia pacts

The General Services Administration today awarded information technology services contracts to 12 companies under its estimated $25 billion Millennia program.

The Millennia program, run by the Federal Technology Service's Federal Computer Acquisition Center, includes a wide range of IT support services, focusing on systems integration, software engineering and communications.

The new pacts replace the existing multiple-award, indefinite-quantity "9600" contract.The successful bidders on the contract are Boeing Information Services Inc.; Booz-Allen&Hamilton Inc.; Computer Sciences Corp; DynCorp; Lockheed Martin Services Inc.; Logicon Inc.; OAO Corp.; Litton/PRC Inc.; Raytheon Technical Services Co.; Science Applications International Corp.; Systems Research and Applications Corp.; and Unisys Corp.

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