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DoJ Identifies Nine Apparent Winners for $1.4 Billion IT Services Support Contract

DoJ has identified nine apparent winners for a $1.4 billion IT services support contract, in a FedBizOpps notice published last week.

The nine companies have been identified as apparently successful offerors for the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) track for the Information Technology Support Services-5 (ITSS-5) solicitation.

They are AOC Fusion, Favor TechConsulting, FigLeaf Software – Concept Solutions, Halfaker & Associates, Information Technology Coalition, IntePros Federal, Logistics Systems Incorporated, Nester Consulting and Network Design.

The solicitation for ITSS-5 was released last February, and at the time DoJ said it expected to award six unrestricted positions and six positions for the service-disabled portion of the contract.

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