GSA’s Alliant 2 GWAC is a multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) offering comprehensive and flexible IT solutions worldwide. Alliant 2 provides best-value Information Technology (IT) solutions to federal agencies, while strengthening opportunities in federal contracting for small businesses. The Alliant 2 contract has an ambitious goal of 50% of all subcontracted dollars performed by small businesses over the life of the contract. The scope of Alliant 2 is aligned with Federal Enterprise Architecture, which encompasses all components of an integrated IT solution, including new technologies that may emerge during the life cycle of the contract. This GWAC will provide IT solutions through performance of a broad range of services, which may include the integration of various technologies critical to the services being acquired.
Alliant 2, GSA’s premier enterprise GWAC, provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of industry partners that include a $50 Billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option. The scope of the Alliant GWAC includes any and all components of an integrated Information Technology (IT) solution, including all current and any new technologies, which may emerge during the life cycle of the Contract, and IT systems and services in support of National Security Systems, as defined in FAR 39.002.
The primary Alliant support areas include:
- Service Access Delivery
- Service Platform and Infrastructure
- Component Framework
- Service Interface and Integration
- Customer Service
- Process Automation
- Business Management
- Business Asset Services
- Business Analytical Services
- Back Office Services
- Support Services (Security, Systems, and Forms Management, Communications)
- DoDEA Mission Area Support
- Controls and Oversight
- Risk Management and Mitigation
- Regulatory Development
- Planning and Resource Allocation
- System and Network Controls
With GSA’s Alliant 2 Contract, government agencies can obtain a single source of integrated IT services and access to “best in class” private sector IT services. Its broad array of features and benefits include:
- Allows for long-term planning on large-scale programs
- Offers flexibility and supports all contract types (i.e., fixed price, cost reimbursement, labor-hour and time-materials)
- Adheres to pre-competed and streamlined ordering procedures
- Accommodates federal guidelines regarding enterprise architecture and other IT compliance standards and protocols
- Requires Top Secret facility clearances for awardees.
NCI is a leading provider of enterprise solutions and services to U.S. defense, intelligence, health and civilian government agencies. The company has the expertise and proven track record to solve its customers’ most important and complex mission challenges through technology and innovation.
With core competencies in delivering cost-effective solutions and services in areas such as Agile digital transformation, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and information assurance, engineering and logistics, fraud, waste and abuse detection, and hyperconverged infrastructure .
Coupled with a refined focus on strategic partnerships, NCI is committed to bringing commercial innovation to missions of national importance.
NCI Alliant 2 Contract # 47QTCK18D0055
NCI DUNS # 62-086-4504
Business Size Large
NCI is registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) System, and our company information can be obtained by searching under our CAGE Code (0MX49).
The International Organization for Standardization, based in Geneva, Switzerland, leads the development of the internationally recognized ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System standard. NCI has been assessed and has met the ISO 9001 certification requirements for our business operations since May 2002. We have worked diligently to reflect these standards in our Quality Manual and Quality Procedures. By implementing these international quality standards within NCI’s daily business conduct, our customers have the benefit of lowered risk, successful completion, and consistent quality in the products and services NCI proudly delivers each and every day.
NCI Quality Policy
NCI is committed to total customer satisfaction and will provide the necessary resources to deliver quality products and services by implementing and continually improving our quality management system.
NCI Quality Objectives
Achieve total customer satisfaction Provide the personnel needed to do the work Provide acceptable products and services on time and within budget Record our achievement in continual improvement.
NCI Quality Management System (QMS) NCI’s QMS is made up of the following components:
Quality Policy Quality Objectives Quality Manual Quality Procedures
NCI Contract Number: 47QTCK18D0055
Period of Performance: July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2023 with a five-year base ordering period, plus 5-year option period through June 30, 2028.
Maximum Total Contract (Ceiling) Value: $50 billion
Ordering: Prior to issuing orders under Alliant 2, federal contracting officers (COs) must receive training on the use of the Alliant 2 contract and granted a written delegation of procurement authority from the GWAC program office.
Scope: Alliant 2 is aligns with Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) and Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture (DODEA) and conforms to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policy mandates for IT investments and is consistent with the current IT definition at any given time. All Alliant 2 contracts types are fixed-price, cost-reimbursement, labor-hour and time-and-materials contracts that offers flexibility of contract types for optimal risk mitigation
The NCI A2 team is made up of more than 50 best-in-class companies, with award-winning expertise encompassing all areas critical to A2 mission objectives. With an exceptional workforce of professional personnel deployed to numerous overseas and domestic locations, the A2 team provides support to Army, Navy, Air Force, Reserves, National Guard, DoD, and other federal and state agencies.
NCI has developed a partnership with this diverse team of large and small businesses, each selected for their unique capabilities to support the broad scope of A2 requirements and meet NCI’s commitment to small business. Small business participation is proposed, evaluated and incorporated as a contractual requirement at the task order level.
Prior to issuing orders under Alliant 2, federal contracting officers (COs) must receive training on the use of the Alliant 2 contract and be granted a written delegation of procurement authority from the GWAC program office.
- Training offered at no cost via:
- On-site training conferences and events
- Conference calls
- Web or video conference
- A self-paced, online course at the Defense Acquisition University – www.dau.mil
For more information about how the Alliant 2 GWAC can provide your agency with state of- the-art IT solutions, contact the Enterprise Acquisition Division at (877) 534-2208, email email@example.com, or visit www.gsa.gov/alliant2.
- Alliant 2 Website – www.gsa.gov/alliant2
- GSA’s Centralized Mailing List Service (CMLS) – Request Publications from CMLS – www.gsa.gov/cmls
- Acquisition Gateway – Open to the public – http://hallways.cap.gsa.gov
- Scope Reviews – www.gsa.gov/gwacscopereview
- Training – https://gsa.gov/events
- GSA eBuy – https://www.ebuy.gsa.gov
- FPDS – https://www.fpds.gov
- GWAC Dashboards – A2 will be added in the future –www.gsa.gov/gwacdashboards
GWAC Staff for Alliant 2 (Unrestricted) GWAC
John Cavadias, Branch Chief – GWAC PCO
Omar Saeb, Program Manager