CACI International Inc. has been awarded a place on the General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract, a multple-award indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contract worth up to $50 billion.
The award allows CACI to sell integrated information technology solutions to federal civilian and defense agencies. The five-year Alliant 2 contract is a follow-on to GSA’s Alliant program, and it covers support for specific systems and applications, larger systems integration and infrastructure, and related management and training.
CACI will offer a broad array of IT solutions through the contract, including agile development, cybersecurity, IT operations and maintenance, and cloud computing, the company said.
Ken Asbury, CACI’s president and chief executive officer, said that CACI planned to build on its successful performance under the previous Alliant contract.
“CACI’s innovative and agile IT solutions allow us to help agencies streamline operations, increase efficiency and reliability, and provide security to help safeguard our nation against evolving threats,” Asbury said. “We look forward to continuing to provide operational excellence to customers throughout the federal government through this contract.”
GSA awarded 61 contracts under the unrestricted portion of the Alliant 2 contract. The Alliant 2 program also includes a separate contract vehicle for small businesses, worth up to $15 billion.