DHS reveals EAGLE small-business contract winners

The Homeland Security Department announced 28 small-business contract award winners for its Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge (EAGLE) solutions program. DHS officials said the awards represent a way for small businesses to gain a foothold in the agency and become better known. The winners are:

  • 3H Technologies

  • Abacus Technology

  • Access Systems

  • Aerient

  • AlphaInsight

  • Analytical Services and Materials

  • Arrowhead Global Solutions

  • Base One Technologies

  • Burke Consortium

  • Catapult Technology

  • Creative Computing Solutions

  • Digital Solutions

  • EAGLE Enterprise JV

  • Electronic Consulting Services

  • Energy Enterprise Solutions

  • G&B Solutions

  • Kadix Systems

  • Metters Industries

  • MultimaxArray EAGLE

  • Optimal Solutions and Technologies

  • Pragmatics

  • QSS Group

  • SCI Consulting

  • STG

  • The Centech Group

  • Trawick and Associates

  • TWD and Associates

  • Visionary Integration Professional
Those companies join 25 others that won indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts under the EAGLE program.

“The EAGLE program represents a significant opportunity for the small-business community to participate in DHS programs that are critical to protecting our Homeland,” said Kevin Boshears, director of DHS' Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. “We are very excited about the capabilities that the companies selected can offer DHS across the spectrum of information technology services.”

EAGLE is a departmentwide IT services acquisition vehicle that streamlines the process of awarding task orders. Under it, DHS will issue task orders for five types of IT services: operations and maintenance; evaluation and verification; management support; software development and engineering design; and development, implementation and integration.

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