The $50 billion Alliant 2 IT contract is again on hold following a third series of bid protests, this time in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Tysons Corner, Virginia-based OBXTek filed a lawsuit in November with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and Falls Church, Virginia-based Centech did the same on Dec. 26—days after its bid protest and others were dismissed by the Government Accountability Office.
A General Services Administration (GSA) spokesperson told Nextgov the agency “is honoring a performance stay as a result” of the latest protest, the contract’s third delay due to protests. In November, GSA awarded 61 vendors a piece of Alliant 2, a governmentwide contract that will supply IT goods and services to agency networks for the next decade.
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