Bill Weber: ALON Extends DHS Presence Through $22B IT Mgmt IDIQ Position Win

DHS - ExecutiveMosaicAn XLA subsidiary has won a position on a $22 billion contract covering business and information technology management services for the Department of Homeland Security and its components.

ALON is one of 11 prime contractors selected for functional category two of the seven-year Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II, XLA said Monday.

“We have been supporting the Department of Homeland Security for many years over the life of our company,“ said Bill Weber, XLA president and chief operating officer.

“Being selected as one of the organizations to provide services to DHS through the EAGLE II program is an honor,“ Weber added.

Functional category two awardees will provide DHS services aimed at helping manage IT planning and policy development.

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