We currently hold or are a subcontractor on the following contract vehicles:

US Department of Justice Information Technology Support Services (ITSS) IV

IntelliDyne has been selected as one of the prime contractors for the DOJ ITSS-4 program designed to deliver state-of-the-art IT services for the DOJ and its agencies on an IDIQ task order basis. The scope of the contract is to fulfill a wide range of requirements encompassing a schedule of 41 supports services. Designated as a Multiple Agency Contract (MAC), the ITSS-4 vehicle is available nationwide and overseas for all Federal agencies to satisfy their IT requirements, within the scope of the ITSS-4 contracts. The principal purpose of the contract is to provide the IT labor in support of a wide range of IT related tasks and processes; a secondary purpose allowed under the contract includes the acquisition, delivery, installation, warranty, maintenance, or upgrade of IT hardware, IT software, IT communications technology, or other equipment & supplies integral to a specific task effort.

General Services Administration (GSA) IT 70 Schedule

As a services provider to the Federal Government, IntelliDyne maintains a GSA Schedule. The schedule includes our labor service rates, as well as a leasing service and a number of leading IT products technologies that have been identified as appropriate to the current or future mission of the clients we service.

CIOSP3

The CIO-SP3 contract was awarded to Hygeia Solutions Partners (Hygeia), a joint venture of four healthcare and IT services firms, led by IntelliDyne.

The contract, which is managed by the National Institute of Health IT Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), provides a vehicle for federal agencies and state and local governments to easily procure services and solutions in ten task areas including IT services for biomedical research and healthcare, CIO support, imaging, outsourcing, IT operations and maintenance, integration services, critical infrastructure protection & information assurance, digital government, enterprise management systems, and software development.

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