Engility awarded Alliant 2 contract with $50B ceiling

Engility Holdings, Inc. of Chantilly, VA announced on December 19 that it secured a position on the Alliant 2 government-wide acquisition contract with the General Services Administration to provide custom information technology services. The GWAC boasts a $50 billion ceiling.

“Alliant 2 enhances our ability to bid on and win critical work around the globe,” said Luis Almodovar, vice president of GWAC and IDIQ Solutions at Engility. “The Office of Management and Budget named Alliant 2 as best in class for IT solutions, and we are excited to be among the companies chosen to participate, continuing relationships we built under the Alliant Program.”

Under the Alliant 2 GWAC, Engility will support Federal IT systems and modernization efforts by providing key offerings such as systems engineering and integration, cyber, high performance computing and enterprise solutions. The company’s capabilities in high-demand areas including cybersecurity, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data, biometrics, Internet of Things, and virtual networking were all referenced in securing the win.

Structured to provide total solutions to agency requirements, the fourth quarter win represents a crucial tool in the company’s IDIQ portfolio. Engility’s IDIQ team now has the opportunity to expand on recent successes in securing task order wins. The GWAC has a 5-year period of performance with an additional 5-year option.

Source: Engility