GSA Selects MetroStar Systems in $15B Alliant 2 Small Business Contract
MetroStar Systems, a leader in information technology (IT) services and government consulting, announced today that it has been awarded the General Services Administration (GSA) Alliant 2 Small Business government-wide acquisition contract for IT services and solutions.
“We are proud to consistently be at the forefront of bringing new technologies to the government,” said Robert J. Santos, Co-founder & President, MetroStar Systems. “As the company matures and we build upon this pattern of success, more federal agencies are looking to MetroStar to provide the cutting-edge solutions and support they need to achieve their missions. We are excited to begin work on this significant contract, and continue to set ourselves apart in the federal IT marketplace.”
Being awarded the Alliant 2 Small Business contract is a result of MetroStar’s commitment to providing value to federal agencies by offering a full range of enterprise IT, digital, and cybersecurity services and solutions. This contract ensures MetroStar can further enhance government missions by delivering flexible and emerging tools specific to agency requirements.
“Winning Alliant 2 Small Business underscores not just the technical capabilities we offer, but our deep understanding of the federal market’s needs and objectives,” said Tom Nixon, Chief Growth Officer, MetroStar Systems. “This contract is an important asset to MetroStar as we continue to grow.”
Alliant 2 Small Business is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a $15 billion program ceiling. It recently made public the 81 awardees of the contract’s small-business component.