Enlighten IT Consulting Gets Spot on $6B IDIQ Deal

Shawn Justice, MacAulay-Brown

MacAulay-Brown Inc’s wholly-owned subsidiary Enlighten IT Consulting has been awarded a position on an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to support the Defense Logistics Agency through a Contracting Teaming Arrangement with KPMG LLC.

The J6 Enterprise Technology Services contract is designed to provide information technology, technical and management expertise in support of the Defense Logistics Agency’s Information Operations Office, as well as other Defense Department agencies. The IDIQ has a ceiling value of $6 billion over an 8-year period (5-year base with one 3-year option period).

“We are proud to support J6 operations by delivering critical IT services and development via our partnership with KPMG,” MacB Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Enlighten IT Group Shawn Justice said. “We look forward to providing innovative agile development practices and processes to meet the challenges associated with critical infrastructures and business systems across the DOD community.”

DLA is the combat logistics support agency for DOD, providing the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force with a full spectrum of logistics, acquisition and technical services. DLA also supports other federal and civilian agencies, as well as the armed forces of partner nations.

Under the JETS acquisition vehicle, EITC is partnering with KPMG to offer a wide range of support across 21 task areas of the DLA IT enterprise. Work will include supporting and enhancing IT systems and capabilities, network and telecommunications, technology evaluations, and enterprise architecture and data support. The EITC team in particular will focus on NetOps monitoring, cyber threat detection, and big data analysis and reporting functions.

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