DISA Includes Solers in $7.5B Systems Engineering Support IDIQ

Solers has won a spot on the unrestricted track of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s potential 10-year, $7.5B multiple-award contract for systems engineering, innovation and technology services.

The Department of Defense said Wednesday DISA initially announced in January the awardees for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract’s unrestricted pool, in which 14 companies secured positions.

DISA awarded Solers a spot on the contract following Government Accountability Office’s decision on a set of post-award protests in October 2018.

DISA will allot a minimum amount of $500 for each awardee and obligate future funds with each task order for work that would occur over a five-year base term and continue for another five years if options are exercised.

Contractors will primarily perform work at DISA’s headquarters at Fort Meade in Maryland.

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