Bureau of Labor Statistics awards $52M infrastructure support services contract

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has awarded G&B Solutions a five-year, $52 million contract to provide computer network infrastructure support services.

Under the terms of the contract, G&B, of McLean, Va., will provide technical support, system and network administration and engineering, and network analysis. The company also will be responsible for expansion, upgrades and information assurance.

The company’s project team includes Lockheed Martin MSD.

G&B also announced that it had won a five-year, $42.6 million contract with the Housing and Urban Development Department to provide program management support.

The two contract awards are strategic wins for the company, said Linda Berdine, president of G&B. The wins “demonstrate our value to both clients and large businesses teaming partners in the areas of management consulting and IT services, and position us to enter the highly competitive mid-size company arena as a strong player.”

G&B is an 8(a) certified, woman-owned small business specializing in information technology and management consulting services. It has federal government clients at 26 locations in more than 10 states.

William Welsh writes for Washington Technology, an 1105 Government Information Group publication.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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