GSA Exercises Five-Year Extension Option for Alliant 2 IT Services Contract Vehicle
The General Services Administration will exercise the five-year option for the Alliant 2 Governmentwide Acquisition Contract, a multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle that federal agencies can use to procure IT services and products.
The five-year extension allows agencies to procure solutions and services necessary to support IT infrastructure modernization, cybersecurity enhancements and operations innovation. Agencies can secure cloud computing, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, software development, data analytics and other services under the IDIQ.
The contract also has subcontracting opportunities for small businesses, GSA said Thursday.
The IDIQ had an expiration date of June 30 before the extension was announced. Prior to the five-year option pickup, GSA also raised the contract’s ceiling from $50 billion to $75 billion in August 2022.
The extension comes as GSA continues to develop the successor to Alliant 2. According to the agency, the request for proposal for Alliant 3 will be issued in the first quarter of fiscal year 2024 to give authorities time to review responses from a request for information issued in October.
The announcement follows GSA’s five-year ordering period extension for the potential $5 billion Veterans Technology Services 2 GWAC.
Category: Federal Civilian
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