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GSA Lists Rebellion Defense Software Services Under Multiple Award Schedule

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GSA Lists Rebellion Defense Software Services Under Multiple Award Schedule

Washington, D.C.-based startup Rebellion Defense announced that it was awarded a spot on the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule, making its software services available to federal, state, local and tribal government customers. All of the company’s mission engineering services and software offerings, such as Iris and Nova, have been approved under the GSA contract vehicle. 

The MAS listing was granted after just 41 days of GSA technical assessments and past performance analyses, a rapid approval compared with the typical three to six months of agency vetting on other companies’ products and services, Rebellion Defense said Wednesday.

Ben FitzGerald, Rebellion Defense CEO, attributed the quicker GSA approval of the offerings to the company’s “deep federal expertise” to surmount acquisition problems and work urgently.

The MAS listing comes after Rebellion Defense secured an Impact Level 5 Provisional Authorization for its Nova software-as-a-service solution from the Defense Information Systems Agency in early February.

The company also sealed a subcontract agreement recently with warfighter-focused engineering and design firm Fuse to supply the software for the U.S. Navy’s Project Overmatch under the Department of Defense Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control program.

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