NJVC, an enterprise IT solutions provider and subsidiary of Chenega Corporation’s MIOS strategic business unit (SBU), was awarded the General Services Administration (GSA) Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) for IT services and service-based operations.
Alliant 2 Unrestricted is a multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with a $50 billion program ceiling and base period of five years with a five-year option. The Alliant 2 vehicle provides maximum flexibility in acquiring an IT services-based solution for any conceivable IT services-based requirement, driving government savings through efficiencies and improved reporting data with greater integrity, all while maintaining an “Anything IT Anywhere” philosophy.
As a proud holder of Alliant 2 and one of GSA’s 55 contract awardees, NJVC will provide federal agencies with integrated IT solutions for evolving needs on a global basis. The contract offers a convenient, efficient and cost-effective vehicle for NJVC to deliver its solutions in enterprise management & monitoring, professional engineering services, hybrid IT transformation & optimization, and software services to federal customers worldwide.
“NJVC is honored to be named to GSA’s Alliant 2 vehicle, further reinforcing our commitment to sustained growth and operational excellence,” said Patrick O’Neil, NJVC president. “I look forward to supporting the Alliant 2 contract and delivering NJVC’s proven IT solutions to federal customers around the globe.”
To learn more about NJVC’s work on Alliant 2, visit njvc.com/gsa-alliant-2.