LinTech to Provide IT Support to DoD Office of Inspector General

LinTech Global has won a potential five-year $48.4 million contract to support information technology functions within the Defense Department‘s Office of the Inspector General.

DoD said Monday its education activity received 19 bids for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competitive acquisition process.

The contract’s base period is valued at $9.5 million and will run through Aug. 31, 2018.

Work will occur in Alexandria, Virginia, and could extend through Aug. 31, 2022, if all options are exercised.

Michigan-based LinTech, certified by the Small Business Administration as a small disadvantaged company, works with government customers to help them address IT and engineering challenges.

Check Also

Tim Spratto

BAE Wins $211M Navy Destroyer Ship Modernization Contract; Tim Spratto Quoted

BAE Systems will modernize the U.S. Navy's guided-missile destroyers USS Carney (DDG 64) and USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) under a potential $211.6 million contract, the company announced Wednesday.

Travis Hartman Maxar

Travis Hartman: Maxar-AWS Partnership Helps NOAA Build Cloud-Based Computing Tech

Maxar Technologies collaborated with Amazon Web Services to build a cloud-based computing technology designed to accelerate processing of global weather data at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, SiliconANGLE reported Tuesday. “We knew NOAA had capabilities of weather prediction models in traditional on-premises, big beefy high-performance supercomputers, but we wanted to do it in the cloud; we wanted to use AWS as a key partner,” said Travis Hartman, director of analytics and weather at Maxar.


Slack Gets FedRAMP OK for Cloud-Based Comm Platform

Slack's channel-based messaging platform has been certified for compliance with the moderate security control baseline of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.