G2X TAKE: After a series of back and forth protests, which resulted in a revised proposal request this past summer, DOJ just published their award decision in relation to this heavily competed IDIQ contract to provide software engineering support to the Department of Justice (DOJ) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
The new award decision once again goes to ASRC Federal Cyber for $73M.
Given the extended fight we would be surprised if we don’t see a new protest.
Posted April 24, 2020
Contract Award Number: 15DDHQ20D00000013
Contractor Awarded Unique Entity ID (DUNS): 080451371
Contractor Awarded Name: ASRC FEDERAL CYBER, LLC
Base and All Options Value (Total Contract Value): $77114889.60
ASRC Federal Cyber has been awarded a $77M contract to support the Department of Justice (DOJ) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Delta Code software contract.
“Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide the software engineering support required to: continue to develop and deliver quality software applications in the Concorde framework, and provide operations and maintenance support to existing Concorde and non-Concorde applications.” This was an 8(a) set aside.
G2X TAKE: After a 6-month protest back and forth with GAO, DOJ has announced a new award decision in relation to this 5-year $77M IDIQ contract to provide software engineering support to the Department of Justice (DOJ) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
The prior award decision and details can be found below. More on the protests can be found here.
Re: Solicitation Number: 15DDHQ19R00000007
Re: Contract Award Number: 15DDHQ19D00000025
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has awarded Cloud Lake Technology, LLC a single award $75,908,045 contract for Delta Code Software Development (DCSD). This contract that was 8(a) competed, draw three other bids.
- DOJ Drug Enforcement Agency issues Request for Comment for Delta Code
- DOJ Drug Enforcement Administration RFP: Delta Code Software Development