MeriTalk compiles a weekly roundup of contracts and other industry activity. Here’s what happened this week in the Federal Information Technology community.
Xgility Gets Schedule 70 Contract
The General Services Administration awarded IT service provider Xgility a Schedule 70 contract. “Xgility LLC is proud to now offer our expertise to the Federal government through GSA,” said Kurt Greening, director at Xgility. “We built great past performances at agencies such as Naval Reactors Laboratory Field Office, DIA, NIH, EPA, DHS, DOI, DCMA, and NATO, while helping many of our teaming partners grow from small to large businesses. This Schedule 70 contract will allow our teaming partners and customers to work with Xgility as a small business prime contract holder.”
4 Companies to Support Army Medical Facilities
The Department of Defense awarded a $48 million contract on March 15 to support U.S. Army Medical Command medical treatment facilities. The contract is split among four firms: Specialty Government Services of Orlando, Fla., Akahi InGenesis Partners of Honolulu, Frontline National of Milford, Ohio, and Ghost-Loyal Source JV of Tampa, Fla. The contract will run for five years.