SPA-Envisioneering JV Eyes R&D Support Task Orders Under $28B DoD Contract Vehicle; William Vantine Quoted

William Vantine

A joint venture of Systems Planning and Analysis and Envisioneering will vie for task orders to provide research, development, evaluation and test support services to the Defense Department under a potential nine-year, $28B contract.

The Defense Technical Information Center’s Information Analysis Center Multiple-Award Contract also covers R&D analytical services in support of defense components and other government agencies with a technical scope that includes support to potential national security and military applications of new platforms and methods, SPA said Thursday.

“Envisioneering and SPA are extremely pleased to be awarded this contract and to have the opportunity to conduct and/or support a wide range of studies, evaluations, and analysis of methods in technical areas of vital interest to our clients and across DoD,” SPA CEO William Vantine and Envisioneering President Brad Lewis said in a joint statement.

The SPA-Envisioneering joint venture is one of the 10 awardees that won spots on the partial small business set-aside portion – Pool 2 – of the IAC MAC vehicle.

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