Effective July 1, federal agencies can order services from any of the 61 authorized companies through June 30, 2023. There is an option to extend orders for another five years, if desired.
“Alliant 2 presents a key opportunity for federal agencies to take a network-first approach to IT system modernization,” said Xavier Williams, president of AT&T public sector and wholesale solutions. “We look forward to working with agencies to help them modernize, virtualize and equip their networks with cybersecurity, mobility, IoT, analytics, and highly secure cloud access capabilities via the Alliant 2 contract.”
The governmentwide acquisition contract managed by the General Services Administration has a $50 billion ceiling value. It specifies a list of 61 vetted and approved companies finalized in November. A U.S. Court of Federal Claims recently upheld the list of companies after four firms that were not approved challenged parts of the selection process that left them off.
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