GSA list names 80 companies leading Alliant 2 SB consideration

The agency issued a list of 80 small business contractors that are considered to be frontrunners for the $15 billion Alliant 2 SB contract.
(Tajha Chappellet-Lanier / FedScoop)

The General Services Administration issued a list of 80 small business contractors, including several from the capital region, that are considered to be frontrunners for the $15 billion small business version of the Alliant 2 IT contract.

The agency named the contractors in a pre-award notice Thursday on FedBizOpps, following up on last month’s announcement that 61 vendors had won bids for the larger IT contract, a “next-gen” update of the 10-year-old original Alliant contract.

The notice designates the companies as “apparently successful offerors” who are considered the highest technically-rated vendors providing a fair and reasonable price, but it is not considered a list of formal awardees.

The large contract award was met last week with a flurry of protests, which the Government Accountability Office are expected to rule on by March 2018.


It’s unclear whether the Alliant 2 Small Business contract — which includes a five-year base period and a five-year option — will see the same protest activity, but GSA officials have previously expressed hope that the contract would be able to move forward without significant resistance.

“We spent an extraordinary amount of time in the front-end of this process, working with our industry partners, as well as agencies, teasing out what we believe are a strong set of requirements and putting in place an assessment methodology. So we are comfortable that we followed a fair and strong process,” said Bill Zielinski, deputy assistant commissioner for IT category management operations, said in a Nov. 21 conference call with reporters.

The Alliant 2 SB list include:

  • Aderas Inc.
  • Advanced Software Systems, Inc.
  • AEEC
  • Agile Defense, Inc.
  • Alutiiq Business Services, LLC
  • ASRC Federal Data Network Technologies, LLC
  • Avineon, Inc.
  • aXseum Solutions, LLC
  • Barbaricum, LLC
  • Battle Resource Management, Inc.
  • BayFirst Solutions LLC
  • BlueWater Federal Solutions, Inc.
  • Business Integra Technology Solutions, Inc.
  • Clearavenue, LLC
  • Client/Server Software Solutions, Inc.
  • CNI Global Solutions, LLC
  • Constellation Software Engineering, Corp.
  • Credence Management Solutions, LLC
  • Customer Value Partners, Inc.
  • Decypher Technologies, Ltd
  • DKW Communications, Inc.
  • DSFederal, Inc.
  • Encentric, Inc.
  • Evanhoe & Associates, Inc.
  • Excellus Solutions, LLC
  • Exeter Government Services, LLC
  • Federated IT, Inc.
  • Goldbelt Hawk, LLC
  • Grove Resource Solutions, Inc.
  • Halfaker and Associates, LLC
  • Halvik Corporation
  • Harmonia Holdings Group, LLC
  • Highlight Technologies, LLC
  • ICS-Nett, Inc.
  • InCadence Strategic Solutions Corporation
  • Incentive Technology Group, LLC
  • Innovative Management Concepts, Inc.
  • InquisIT, LLC
  • Inserso Corporation
  • Interimage, Inc.
  • Koniag Services, Inc.
  • Link Solutions, Inc.
  • LinkTec, LLC
  • LinTech Global, Inc.
  • MetroStar Systems, Inc.
  • Network Security Systems Plus, Inc.
  • New Generation Solution, LLC
  • NikSoft Systems Corporation
  • Paragon Technology Group, Inc.
  • Procentrix, Inc.
  • Pro-Sphere Tek, Inc.
  • Qbase, LLC
  • Sentar, Inc.
  • Sev1Tech, Inc.
  • Soft Tech Consulting, Inc.
  • Solutions By Design II, LLC
  • Solutions Development Corporation
  • Spry Methods, Inc.
  • Strategic Operational Solutions, Inc.
  • Sumaria Systems, Inc.
  • Suntiva, LLC
  • Superior Government Solutions
  • Superlative Technologies, Inc.
  • SuprTEK
  • Systems Plus, Inc.
  • Tantus Technologies, Inc.
  • Technology Solutions Provider, Inc.
  • Teracore, Inc.
  • The net.America Corporation
  • Time Solutions, LLC
  • Tuva, LLC
  • Usmax Corporation
  • Valador, Inc.
  • VariQ Corporation
  • Vector Planning & Services, Inc.
  • Vista Defense Technologies, LLC
  • VMD Systems Integrators, Inc.
  • VSolvit, LLC
  • X-EETO Inc.
Carten Cordell

Written by Carten Cordell

Carten Cordell is a Senior Technology Reporter for FedScoop. He is a former workforce and acquisition reporter at Federal Times, having previously served as online editor for Northern Virginia Magazine and Investigative Reporter for, Virginia Bureau. Carten was a 2014 National Press Foundation Paul Miller Fellow and has a Master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He is also a graduate of Auburn University and promises to temper his passions for college football while in the office.

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