GSA awards Alliant Small Business contracts to 72 companies

The General Services Administration today awarded 72 small businesses spots on the Alliant Small Business contract — 10 more companies than in the initial award.

The information technology governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) is worth an estimated $15 billion over the five-year base period and the five additional option years, GSA said. The contract is a indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract and the companies will compete for orders placed by agencies.

GSA made the initial Alliant Small Business awards on Dec. 17, 2007, but officials pulled back its initial 62 awards in April, after the awards of its larger sister contract, Alliant, were revoked by the Court of Federal Claims in March.

The court found problems with the past performance information GSA used in the formula to determine who received Alliant awards. GSA based its past-performance evaluations on “sketchy” information, and the agency used that information as a major factor in awarding the massive contract, according to the court’s ruling.

GSA decided to re-evaluate the Alliant Small Business contracts too. Earlier this year, GSA asked the 62 small businesses on GWAC to extend their offers until Oct. 28.

The $15 billion contract is a gateway to a lot of business for the small companies. The contract’s value rivals the $17 billion in sales on GSA’s largest schedule contract, Schedule 70.

The small businesses who received awards include:

  • AAC, Inc.
  • Access Systems, Inc.
  • Actionet, Inc.
  • Advanced Alliant Solutions Team
  • Advanced Software Systems, Inc.
  • Advanced Systems Development, Inc.
  • Alliant Across America Information Services, LLC
  • Alliant Alliance, LLC
  • Alliant Enterprise, JV
  • Alliant Information Technologies, LLC
  • Alliant SB CTA, LLC
  • Alliant Solutions Partners
  • AlliantCorps, LLC
  • AOC Alliant Technologies, LLC
  • Applied Information Sciences, Inc
  • ASRC Management Services
  • Avineon, Inc.
  • Bowhead Information Technology Service, Inc.
  • Burke Consortium, Inc.
  • Caelum Research Corporation
  • Chenega Advanced Solutions & Engineering, LLC
  • Creative Alliant, LLC
  • Creative Computing Solutions, Inc
  • CTG, Inc.
  • DasNet Corporation
  • Data Computer Corporation of America
  • Data Networks Corporation
  • Digital Management, Inc.
  • DKW Communications, Inc.
  • DNT Solutions
  • DSD Laboratories, Inc.
  • DUCOM, Inc.
  • Electronic Consulting Services, Inc.
  • EMW, Inc.
  • Energy Enterprise Solutions, Inc.
  • enGenius Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Federal Acquisition Services Alliant JV, LLC
  • Federal Innovators Alliance
  • Futron, Inc.
  • InfoZen, Inc.
  • Interimage, Inc.
  • Janus Research Group, Inc.
  • Kadix Systems
  • Management Technology Inc.
  • MAR, Inc.
  • Milvets Systems Technology, Inc.
  • n-Link Corporation
  • OnPoint Consulting, Inc.
  • Phacil, Inc.
  • PSI International, Inc.
  • Quality Technology, Inc
  • RX Joint Venture, LLC
  • SBAlliance, Inc. Joint Venture
  • SBD Alliant, LLC
  • Sim-G Technologies, LLC
  • Software Engineering Services Corp
  • Solers, Inc.
  • SP Systems, Inc.
  • Syncrotech Software Corp.
  • Synectic Solutions, Inc
  • Systems Plus, Inc.
  • Telesis Corporation
  • TEM Solutions
  • The Cria Group
  • The Metrica Team Venture
  • The Ventura Group, Inc.
  • Ultra Technologies, Inc.
  • Viatech Systems, Inc
  • Viatech, Inc.
  • Vistronix, Inc.
  • Webster Data Communication, Inc.
  • Z, Inc.

About the Author

Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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