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DHS makes first set of large business awards under EAGLE II
Monday - 9/30/2013, 5:53am EDT
DHS alerted 78 vendors Friday as to whether they were successful in earning a spot under Functional Category One of the unrestricted portion of the seven-year $22 billion Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) program.
According to a document the agency sent to vendors, which was obtained by Federal News Radio, DHS said the winners under Functional Category One are:
- Allied Technology Group
- HP Enterprise Services
- L-3 Stratis
- NCI Information Systems
- Perot Systems Government Services (Dell Services)
These are the first awards under the unrestricted portion of EAGLE II. DHS has made several awards under the small business set-aside portion of EAGLE II.
DHS is expected to make more awards under the other two functional categories for IT program support services and independent test validation, verification and evaluation.
DHS issued the solicitation for EAGLE II in November 2010.
The agency awarded the first Eagle IT services contract in 2006. Over the last six years, DHS spent more than $11.4 billion for services and support. DHS has not made public how much it spent in fiscal 2012 under EAGLE.
DHS' Office of Procurement Operations, the Customs and Border Protection and the Citizen and Immigration Services components are the largest users of the program since 2006.