Attain, LLC, recently announced that the Department of Homeland Security has selected the technology and strategy consulting firm as a prime contractor on the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (Eagle II) multiple award contract. The multi-year contract has an estimated value of $22 billion over seven years.
“It is a privilege to have this opportunity to serve the Department of Homeland Security and support its mission,” said Greg Baroni, Chairman and CEO of Attain. “We are ready and dedicated to delivering the market-leading results needed to help keep America safe.”
Under the contract, Attain will provide services under Functional Category One: Service Delivery, which includes a full range of services and products to support the development, implementation and maintenance of technology across the entire lifecycle of DHS programs. Services include system design, development, implementation and integration; software design and development; and operations and maintenance.
“This contract allows us to leverage our highly skilled experts and valued teammates, proven methodologies, and our transformative solutions to provide high-quality and cost-effective IT infrastructure, systems, software, operations and maintenance to enhance performance of DHS functions and achieve mission success,” said Baroni.
The Eagle II program awarded the following businesses a spot under Functional Category One of the unrestricted portion of the program:
- 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.
Earlier this month, Baroni introduced U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia at the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Titans breakfast.