80 Small Businesses To Get A Spot On Alliant 2

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The small business portion of the contract vehicle is valued at a maximum $15 billion.

The federal government is likely to award around 80 companies a spot on a massive contracting system approving certain IT companies to sell to government.

Alliant 2, known as a “Government-Wide Acquisition Contract,” is managed by the General Services Administration. Last month, GSA made awards on its larger $50 billion IT GWAC, with a special emphasis on companies selling emerging technology such as artificial intelligence.

The Alliant 2 small business contracts are worth up to $15 billion, with a five-year base and five-year extension option. GSA on Thursday published a pre-award list of businesses likely to get a spot.

In contrast to previous iterations of Alliant, Alliant 2 companies were evaluated slightly differently. Bidders were asked to self-score their services, and contractors were judged not only based on their proposal and bid price, but also their capabilities, according to GSA.

The new system has drawn some ire from the private sector. Earlier this year, the Government Accountability Office sided with GSA on pre-award bid protests from companies who disagreed with the evaluation process. At least five companies filed protests with GAO after the awards were made, including Capgemini Government Solutions, Harris IT Services Corp., Compuline International,Kratos Technology & Training Solutions and The Centech Group.

The small business winners include:

Aderas Inc.

Advanced Software Systems


Agile Defense, Inc.

Alutiiq Business Services, LLC

ASRC Federal Data Network Technologies

Avineon, Inc.

aXseum Solutions


Battle Resource Management

BayFirst Solutions LLC

BlueWater Federal Solutions, Inc.

Business Integra Technology Solutions


Client/Server Software Solutions

CNI Global Solutions

Constellation Software Engineering, Corp.

Credence Management Solutions

Customer Value Partners

Decypher Technologies

DKW Communications

DSFederal, Inc.

EMW, Inc.


Evanhoe & Associates

Excellus Solutions

Exeter Government Services

Federated IT


Goldbelt Hawk

Grove Resource Solutions

Halfaker and Associates

Halvik Corporation

Harmonia Holdings Group

Highlight Technologies


InCadence Strategic Solutions Corporation

Incentive Technology Group

Innovative Management Concepts


Inserso Corporation


Koniag Services

Link Solutions


LinTech Global

MetroStar Systems

Network Security Systems Plus

New Generation Solution

NikSoft Systems Corporation

Paragon Technology Group


Pro-Sphere Tek,




Soft Tech Consulting

Solutions By Design II

Solutions Development Corporation

Spry Methods

Strategic Operational Solutions

Sumaria Systems

Suntiva, LLC

Superior Government Solutions, LLC

Superlative Technologies, Inc. dba SuprTEK

Systems Plus, Inc.

One Research Court

Tantus Technologies

Technology Solutions Provider, Inc

Teracore, Inc.

The net.America Corporation

Time Solutions

Tuva, LLC

Usmax Corporation


VariQ Corporation

Vector Planning & Services

Vista Defense Technologies

VMD Systems Integrators

VSolvit, LLC


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