SEC adds 15 small businesses to its $2.5B IT services contract

"There may be additional opportunities in the near future for joining the One OIT program via the 'on-ramping' process," the SEC said.
(Getty images)

The Securities and Exchange Commission has added 15 small businesses to its $2.5 billion IT services contract vehicle.

Over the summer, SEC awarded the “streamlined, common, and flexible” ONE OIT contract to Accenture Federal Services, Booz Allen Hamilton and Attain under the procurement’s unrestricted pool.

The agency refers to the contract as the “SEC OIT-wide strategic sourcing vehicle to provide a streamlined process to procure the comprehensive suite of IT services and IT solutions to support IT systems and software development in a variety of environments and infrastructures.”

Now, SEC has awarded spots on the contract to more than a dozen small businesses under its restricted pool. The smaller contractors will be added to the same potentially 10-year, $2.5 billion ceiling indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, the agency said in an award announcement.


The new awardees are:

  • 3A LLC
  • Advanced Software Systems, Inc.
  • Ascella Technologies Inc.
  • CyberData Technologies, Inc.
  • Incentive Technology Group
  • Integrated Systems Inc.
  • Invictus JV
  • KCI-Acuity LLC
  • KHS Solutions Inc.
  • Octo Metric LLC
  • Procentrix Inc.
  • Pyramid Systems, Inc.
  • Savvee Consulting, Inc.
  • Team Green Zone JV LLC
  • Technik, Inc.

SEC said in the announcement “There may be additional opportunities in the near future for joining the One OIT program via the ‘on-ramping’ process.”

The ONE OIT was a trademark project of former SEC CIO Pam Dyson, who left the agency in September to become CIO and head of the technology group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Billy Mitchell

Written by Billy Mitchell

Billy Mitchell is Senior Vice President and Executive Editor of Scoop News Group's editorial brands. He oversees operations, strategy and growth of SNG's award-winning tech publications, FedScoop, StateScoop, CyberScoop, EdScoop and DefenseScoop. After earning his journalism degree at Virginia Tech and winning the school's Excellence in Print Journalism award, Billy received his master's degree from New York University in magazine writing while interning at publications like Rolling Stone.

Latest Podcasts