DSA Wins Spot on Potential $50B GSA Alliant 2 Vehicle; Fran Pierce Comments

Data Systems Analysts holds a position on a potential 10-year, $50 billion information technology contract vehicle managed by the General Services Administration.

DSA is one of 61 awardees on the unrestricted portion of the Alliant 2 governmentwide procurement contract in late 2011.

The company said Wednesday Alliant 2 offers agencies access to multiple IT offerings that align with the Federal Enterprise Architecture and the Defense Department‘s enterprise architecture.

Fran Pierce, president and CEO of DSA, said the company seeks to expand delivery of its IT services to customer agencies through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Alliant 2 encompasses agile development, artificial intelligence, autonomic computing, big data, biometrics, cloud computing, cyber security, data center consolidation, health IT, identity management, internet of things, mobile IT, sensors and radio frequency identification, shared IT, software development, virtual networking, web analytics and hosting services.

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