Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture, and Integration
|AWARDED! August 28, 2008|
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SOLICITATION NO. DOC52PAPT0801006
Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture, and Integration (IDEAI)
|USPTO is pleased to announce the award of contract numbers DOC50PAPT0801026, DOC50PAPT0801027, and DOC50PAPT0801028 for Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture, and Integration (IDEAI) services to Project Performance Corporation (PPC), General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), and ManTech, Inc. respectively, on August 28, 2008 for the over all, cumulative ceiling amount of $95,000,000.00.|
The USPTO has a continuing requirement for Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture, and Integration (IDEAI) contractor(s) to provide independent, objective, and expert technical advice and assistance for ongoing and future information technology initiatives. This is a follow-on competition to Contracts No. 50PAPT201006, which is held by General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), and 50PAPT201026, which is held by Project Performance Corporation (PPC).
The release date for the solicitation is: March 10, 2008.
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