GSA announces 59 Alliant contract winners

The General Services Administration named 59 companies as winners of its $50 billion Alliant information technology contract.

That’s 30 more winners than the agency picked in July 2007 when it awarded the contract the first time. That round of awards was protested, and a federal judge told GSA that they had not properly evaluated the bids.

The agency reportedly was evaluating 62 bids this round for the governmentwide acquisition contract. Agencies will use the vehicle to buy a broad range of IT products and services.

The contract has a five-year base with with a five-year option.

The winning bidders will now compete with each other for work under the contract.

The winners are:

Abacus Technology Corp.

Accenture National Security Services LLC

Advanced Management Technology Inc.

Advanced Technology Systems Inc.

Alion Science and Technology Corp.

Alliant Solutions, LLC

American Systems Corp.

Analytical Services, Inc.

Apptis, Inc.

ARINC Engineering Services, LLC

ARTEL, Inc.

AT&T Government Solutions, Inc.

BAE Systems Information Technology, Inc.

BAE Systems Science and Technology, Inc.

BearingPoint, Inc.

Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.

CACI Inc.

Centech Group, Inc.

CGI Federal, Inc.

Client Network Services, Inc.

Communication Technologies, Inc.

Computer Sciences Corp.

Dynamics Research Corp.

Electronic Data Systems, LLC

Engineering and Professional Services, Inc.

Federal Network Systems, LLC

General Dynamics One Source, LLC

Harris Corp.

Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc.

Indus Corp.

IBM Corp.

ITS Corp.

Keane Federal Systems, Inc.

L-3 Services, Inc.

LGS Innovations, LLC

Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc.

MacAulay-Brown, Inc.

ManTech Advanced Systems International Corp.

McNeil Technologies, Inc.

NCI Information Systems, Inc.

Nortel Government Solutions, Inc.

Perot Systems Government Services, Inc.

Professional Software Engineering, Inc.

Raytheon Co.

Science Applications International Corp.

Serco, Inc.

Smartronix, Inc.

Southwest Research Institute

Stanley Associates, Inc.

STG, Inc.

SYS Technologies, Inc.

SRA International Corp.

TASC, Inc.

TKC Communications, LLC

T3 Alliance

Tybrin Corp.

Unisys Corp.

Vangent, Inc.

Wyle Information Systems, LLC

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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