Bruce Caswell: Maximus Eyes Federal IT Support Expansion via Alliant 2 Vehicle

Bruce Caswell

Bruce Caswell, president and CEO of Maximus, has said the company aims to broaden support for federal information technology, citizen service and mission objectives through the General Services Administration‘s potential $50 billion Alliant 2 procurement vehicle.

GSA awarded 61 spots on the unrestricted portion of the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.

Maximus plans to use its business process approaches and previous federal support experience in efforts to help customers agencies address missions, Caswell said in a statement published Tuesday.

Alliant 2 is designed to align with the Federal Enterprise Architecture and the Defense Department‘s Enterprise Architecture.

You may also be interested in...


Viasat Equips Small Radio Device With Link 16 Crypto Modernization Capability

A Viasat-made terminal now accommodates cryptography-protected Link 16 communications in support of operations across ground, aerial and maritime domains. The KOR-24A small tactical terminal has been fitted with Link 16 cryptographic modernization capability that facilitates secure access to important information, Viasat said Thursday.


HHS Posts RFI for Commercial Cloud Hosting Services

The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking information on cloud hosting options to migrate and field services in a bid to support public health emergency response activities.


Carahsoft Adds Boomi iPaaS Product to GSA IT Schedule 70 Contract

Carahsoft Technology has made an integration platform-as-a-service offering developed by Dell's Boomi business available to federal, state and local agencies and its reseller network through the company's  General Services Administration IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle.