Suntiva Wins $20M Army Procurement Support Contract

Hany Malik, Suntiva

Suntiva has won a $20 million deal to support the Army’s acquisition community.

As the prime contractor on the Army Procurement Response Team contract, Suntiva will provide analytical, technical and functional engineering support services to Army acquisition staff both within and outside the continental United States.

The contract is a 5-year, firm fixed-price agreement that consolidates work from two previous contracts, and covers support for the Defense Department Standard Procurement System’s contract writing software, as well as organizational oversight and end-user support for the procurement business systems used by the Army Contracting Enterprise, Suntiva said.

Suntiva Founder and CEO Hany Malik said his company is proud to continue working on behalf of the Army’s acquisition efforts.

“We take great pride delivering strategic, technical, and functional support of the current contract writing system environment throughout the Army’s acquisition community,” Malik said.

Dave Copp, Suntiva’s vice president for defense, added the contract “continues our key role at the forefront of contract writing system support for the United States Army.”

Earlier this year, Suntiva was named to the Washingtonian’s “2017 Best Places to Work” list for the third time.

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