Robbins-Gioia gets TSA blanket purchase deal

Robbins-Gioia LLC won one of the three Transportation Security Administration blanket purchase agreements awarded for program management support services.

The five-year BPA has no maximum or minimum order or value.

Robbins-Gioia has also been selected as the prime contractor on the BPA's first task order, valued at $999,000, for project management support services for the agency's acquisition and project management support division.

Robbins-Gioia will provide models, templates and mentoring to boost the effectiveness of TSA programs. With BPAs, vendors only compete with other BPA holders for specific work covered by the agreement. The other two companies with BPAs under the TSA deal are CACI International Inc. and Program Management Associates Inc.

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