The outsourcer's responsibilities under terms of the six-year deal include maintaining LANs and WANs and intrusion detection.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

March 3, 2003

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The General Services Administration awarded a $105 million, six-year IT contract to outsourcer SRA International Inc. to provide a variety of IT services at its federal systems-integration and -management center, the IT integrator and outsourcer said Monday.

SRA will provide around-the-clock onsite services that include maintaining local and wide area networks, security engineering, intrusion detection, continuity-of-operations planning, enterprise architecture, and software engineering. Among the subcontractors working with SRA are Beyond Print, Business Edge, Harris Associates, NCI Information Systems, Peace Technology, PEC Solutions, and RGB Technology.

GSA granted the contract under the government's Millennia program, a $25 billion multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract offering multiyear IT services to federal agencies.

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