MartinFed awarded potential $8 billion contract

Award is a blanket purchasing agreement for FBI IT supplies, support

Huntsville-based MartinFederal Consulting has been awarded a blanket purchasing agreement for FBI IT supplies and support that has a ceiling value of $8 billion.

It will establish a mechanism for providing contractor expertise to FBI programs over the next eight years.

“I am proud of our team for their hard work and contribution to this win,” said David Mathis, president and CEO of MartinFed. “We have a diverse team of partners and stand ready to support the FBI, DOJ and the federal law enforcement community. Our vision is to make a meaningful impact on the safety and security of our nation, and this contract win is evidence of our entire team’s focus on making that vision a reality.”

MartinFed provides technical capability in the areas of IT services, cyber solutions, enterprise security operations, and software and business applications development to a broad range of customers, including DOJ, DOD, NASA and DOE.

“We appreciate the opportunity to collaborate as a mission partner with the FBI to deliver our innovative cyber and IT solutions that will support its critical mission and enhance national security,” said Ted Martin, executive vice president of federal solutions for MartinFed.

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