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The flaw in the Air Force’s newly found ‘award to everyone to avoid protests’ strategy execution is that you really have to award to everyone. Apparently Camber Government Solutions did not want to miss out. They’ve filed a protest with the GAO.
Protestor: Camber Government Solutions, Inc.
Solicitation Number: FA8771-09-R-0018
Agency: Department of the Air Force
File Number: B-404951 achat viagra sur internet france.7
Outcome: Not Decided
Status: Case Currently Open
Filed Date: May 27, 2015
Due Date: Sep 4, 2015
Case Type: Bid Protest
The NETCENTSII Application Services Total Small Business ID/IQ contract awards were announced June 22nd. The App Services contracts with a ceiling of $960 Million were awarded to:
- Datum Software Inc. FA8771-12-D-1001
- Digital Management, Inc. FA8771-12-D-1002
- Diligent Consulting Inc. FA8771-12-D-1003
- Diversified Technical Services, Inc. FA8771-12-D-1004
- DSD Laboratories Inc. FA8771-12-D-1005
- Excellus Solutions, LLC FA8771-12-D-1006
- Exeter Government Services, LLC. FA8771-12-D-1007
- IndraSoft FA8771-12-D-1008
- Segue Technologies FA8771-12-D-1009
- SI Systems Technologies FA8771-12-D-1010
- Array Information Technology, Inc. FA8771-12-D-1011
- ActioNet, Inc. FA8771-12-D-1012
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The NETCENTSII NetCentric Products Contract Awards were announced yesterday: “Ace Technology Partners, LLC, Arlington Heights, Ill.; Blue Tech Inc., San Diego, Calif.; FedStore Corp., Rockville, Md.; General Dynamics IT, Needham, Mass acheter viagra pharmacie ligne.; Global Technology Resources, Inc., Denver, Colo.; GTSI Corp., Herndon, Va.; Iron Bow Technologies, LLC, Chantilly, Va.; M2 Technology, Inc. San Antonio, Texas; and Red River Computer Co., Claremont, N.H., are being awarded a $6,900,000,000 firm fixed price, multiple award, indefinite delivery, and indefinite quantity contract for the purchase of netcentric products for Air Force customers.”
- Ace Technology Partners, LLC , contract number: FA8771-12-D-1020
- Blue Tech Inc., Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1021
- FedStore Corporation, Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1022
- General Dynamics IT, Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1023
- Global Technology Resources, Inc., Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1024
- GTSI Corp., Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1025
- Iron Bow Technologies, LLC, Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1026
- M2 Technology, Inc., Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1027
- Red River Computer Company, Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-102
Confirmed but unofficial reports of NETCENTSII Application Services Small Business and yesterday’s announcement of NETCENTSII Products Awards support earlier statements by Air Force officials that NETCENTSII will be awarded this month. Last week, unconfirmed reports of twelve (12) Awards in the NETCENTSII Application Services Small Business contract category suggested the award schedule was being moved up. The App Services contract was scheduled for Award in May ((see graphic below). NETCENTSII.com has confirmed that one of the twelve companies has received a “Notice of Intent to Award.”
Today, NETCENTSII NetCentric Products Contract Awards were announced: “Ace Technology Partners, LLC, Arlington Heights, Ill.; Blue Tech Inc., San Diego, CA; FedStore Corp., Rockville, Md.; General Dynamics IT, Needham, Mass.; Global Technology Resources, Inc., Denver, CO; GTSI Corp., Herndon, Va.; Iron Bow Technologies, LLC, Chantilly, Va.; M2 Technology, Inc. San Antonio, Texas; and Red River Computer Co., Claremont, N.H., are being awarded a $6,900,000,000 firm fixed price, multiple award, indefinite delivery, and indefinite quantity contract for the purchase of netcentric products for Air Force customers.”
Reporter Kimberly Johnson reports that a “top service official” stated that the much delayed NETCENTSII contract will be completed in April. The article goes on to quote Stephen Davis, Chief of the Enterprise Systems Branch of the Air Force Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems (AFPEO-EIS) “We’re projecting awards for those beginning in April, with the last one in September of this year.” This latter statement is consistent with the last schedule release for the NETCENTSII program from December of this year.
We noted two themes weaved into the story (full text below). Mr. Davis is quoted as saying the NETCENTSII contract will make the Air Force more agile and Small Business friendly. Ms. Johnson did not question these statements.
We hope her opening paragraph statement comes true.