By The Hill Staff - 12/02/11 01:02 AM EST
• The Bureau of Reclamation awarded Delta Solutions and Technologies a maximum-value contract of approximately $5 million, the company announced Tuesday. Delta Solutions will “assist with the agency’s implementation of the Department of the Interior Financial and Business Management System.” The company will provide “data cleansing, mapping and conversion support [and] report review and design” services, among others, over the course of the 30-month contract.
• CSC won a State Department Bureau of Consular Affairs task order with an estimated value of $25 million, the company announced Wednesday. CSC will “provide support services for consular operations in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem” for its “one-year base period and four option years” contract. More specifically, the company “will provide a variety of non-immigrant and immigrant visa support services, such as processing information, setting up appointments, collecting fees and providing greeting services.” The company initially won an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity “Global Support Strategy (GSS) for Overseas Consular Services” contract in March of 2010, which the newly awarded task order is a part of.
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• The Air Force awarded 25 companies a total ceiling price contract worth $4.7 billion. The contracts are “multiple award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price.” The companies were picked from “the full and open (F&O) competition pool” and “the small business (SB) competition pool.” The contractors will be issued task orders as part of the contracts “to meet the advisory and assistance services requirement to provide support services … in the areas of management and professional support services; studies, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training and services.”