By Bob Brewin // September 15, 2014
Last Friday, the Army awarded 18 companies $7.2 billion worth of indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts for “flexible, comprehensive, cost-effective services to support the Army's need for fully integrated intelligence, security, information operations and related support.”
The contracts run through 2019.
The winners include 11 large firms tapped for $5 billion in contracts and 10 small one whose slice of the pie is valued at $2.1 billion. You can read the whole list here.
Since an IDIQ deal is nothing more than a license to bid on future task orders, any company that did not land a spot on these contracts is probably suffering from a severe lack of self-esteem today.