GSA selects ManTech for $50B Alliant 2 GWAC

ManTech of Herndon, VA announced on July 11 that it has been selected by the General Services Administration as one of up to 60 companies to participate in Alliant 2, a GWAC indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) award for IT modernization.

The multiple award, five-year IDIQ has a $50 billion ceiling and a five-year option for extension. Task order requirements can include future IT services, as well as integral and ancillary IT components and services as they emerge.

“The flexibility and forward-looking emphasis of Alliant 2 maps to ManTech’s approach of continuously exploring innovative technologies that transform the world of government IT,” said Kevin Phillips, ManTech president and CEO. “Customers will benefit from ManTech capabilities and best-in-class solutions that address the full spectrum of missions, from the tactical edge to space.”

The GSA’s list of IT services eligible for Alliant 2 includes nearly 40 categories of technology solutions ranging from cybersecurity to Agile development, biometric identification, cloud computing, critical infrastructure protection, information assurance, IT operations and maintenance, IT services for healthcare, open source integration and customization, IT outsourcing, and software development – all areas where ManTech has a proven record of performance.

Source: ManTech