The Department of Defense (DoD) has selected 10 small business to be a part of its Information Analysis Center Multiple-Award Contract (IAC-MAC). The 10 awardees will be part of Pool 2 of IAC-MAC and the funding will go towards technology research and development. Work on the entire IAC-MAC vehicle, which is a potential nine-year and $28 billion contract, is scheduled to begin Sept. 30 and should be completed by Sept. 29, 2027. For Pool 2, the 10 awardees will compete for task orders valued at or below $15,000,000. Pool 1 was awarded last month to 15 companies and in July DoD awarded Pool 3 to three nonprofits. The Defense Technical Information Center, a DoD Field Activity that serves as a research repository for the agency, is running IAC-MAC.

The Pool 2 awardees are:

  • Agile Innovative Solutions Joint Venture;
  • Barbaricum;
  • BRTRC Federal Solutions;
  • Data Systems Analysis;
  • Delta Constellation Group;
  • Integrity Applications;
  • Naval Systems;
  • Sonalysts;
  • Systems Planning and Analysis-Envisioneering; and
  • Varen Technologies.
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