Pentagon names 50 companies for potential $6 billion in task orders for E-SITE IT support program

WASHINGTON, 20 July 2015. U.S. military information technology (IT) experts are asking 50 companies for IT requirements and technical support services under terms of a potential $6 billion E-SITE contract announced Friday.

Jul 20th, 2015
Pentagon names 50 companies for potential $6 billion in task orders for E-SITE IT support program
Pentagon names 50 companies for potential $6 billion in task orders for E-SITE IT support program
WASHINGTON, 20 July 2015. U.S. military information technology (IT) experts are asking 50 companies for IT requirements and technical support services under terms of a potential $6 billion E-SITE contract announced Friday.

Officials of the Virginia Contracting Activity in Washington, on behalf of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), announced contract awards to 50 companies for the Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) program.

Of the 50 companies winning E-SITE contracts, half are large companies and half are small companies, officials say. Each company will receive a guaranteed $500, and then will compete for individual task orders over the next five years.

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The E-SITE companies are:

-- American Systems in Chantilly, Va.;
-- BAE Systems in McLean, Va.;
-- Blue Canopy in Reston, Va.;
-- The Boeing Co. in Annapolis Junction, Md.;
-- Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Va.;
-- CACI International Inc. in Chantilly, Va.;
-- CGI Federal in Fairfax, Va.;
-- Computer Sciences Corp. in Falls Church, Va.;
-- D&S Consultants Inc. in Eatontown, N.J.;
-- EIS in Vienna, Va.;
-- General Dynamics Information Technology in Herndon, Va.;
-- HP Enterprise Services in Herndon, Va.;
-- IBM Corp. in Reston, Va.;
-- Intelligent Decisions in Ashburn, Va.;
-- K Force Government Solutions in Fairfax, Va.;
-- L3 National Security Solutions in Reston, Va.;
-- Leidos in Reston, Va.;
-- Lockheed Martin Corp. in Gaithersburg, Md.;
-- ManTech/WINS in Fairfax, Va.;
-- Northrop Grumman Corp. in Chantilly, Va.;
-- Pragmatics in Reston, Va.;
-- Raytheon IIS Group in Dulles, Va.;
-- Scientific Research Corp. in Atlanta;
-- Sotera Defense Solutions in Herndon, Va.;
-- SRA InternationalSRA International in Fairfax, Va.;

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-- 22nd Century Technologies in McLean, Va.;
-- AEEC LLC in Reston, Va.;
-- American Technology Solutions International in Fredericksburg, Va.;
-- Berico Technologies in Reston, Va.;
-- The Buffalo Group in Reston, Va.;
-- Convergent Solutions Inc. in Alexandria, Va.;
-- Criterion Systems Inc. in Vienna, Va.;
-- Cyberspace Solutions in Reston, Va.;
-- DAn Solutions Inc. in McLean, Va.;
-- DKW Communications in Washington;
-- E-Volve Technology Systems in National Harbor, Md.;
-- Federated IT in Washington;
-- Intrepid Solutions & Services Inc. in Reston, Va.;
-- The Kenjya Group in Columbia, Md.;
-- New River Systems in Sterling, Va.;
-- OCCAM Solutions in McLean, Va.;
-- QVine Corp. in Reston, Va.;
-- Red Arch Solutions in Columbia, Md.;
-- Riite in Chantilly, Va.;
-- Soft Tech Consulting in Chantilly, Va.;
-- Trusted Mission Solutions in McLean, Va.;
-- Varen Technologies in Columbia, Md.;
-- Vykin Corp. in Tampa, Fla.;
-- Xcelerate Solutions in McLean, Va.; and
-- and Zolon Tech Inc. in Herndon, Va.

The E-SITE contract will provide IT services for DIA, combatant commands, the intelligence requirements of the military services, and partner agency worldwide missions across the intelligence community.

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E-SITE will provide system design, development, fielding, and sustainment of global intelligence and command and control (C2) assets vital to the security of the United States. E-SITE work will involve incident management, release and deployment management, IT operations, and quality assurance.

The purpose of the E-SITE contract is to satisfy the IT requirements for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Intelligence Community, and would allow for external ordering of IT services by other intelligence community partners.

The contract involves 50 companies large and small because no single contractor may be capable of providing the full range of goods and services called for. The large businesses chosen also include small businesses as team members.

On this contract the E-SITE companies will do their jobs worldwide, and should be finished by July 2020. For more information contact the Defense Intelligence Agency online at www.dia.mil.

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