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Sev1Tech Secures Spot on GSA ASTRO IDIQ Contract; Joe Re Quoted

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Sev1Tech announced on Wednesday that the company has received two awards on the General Services Administration's (GSA) new potential ten-year ASTRO indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with no defined ceiling value. 

The new contract consists of a family of ten separate, individual, Multiple Award (MA), IDIQ contracts administered through GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management (FEDSIM) Center.

“We look forward to working with GSA FEDSIM on this groundbreaking contract. The ASTRO team has a long history of collaborating with industry and putting out great solicitations” said Joe Re, Sev1Tech’s ASTRO corporate program manager and vice president, GWAC / IDIQ Center of Excellence. 

ASTRO focuses on providing innovative, future technology, products, solutions, and capabilities to the Department of Defense (DOD) across the all-domain battlespace.

The scope includes operations, maintenance, readiness, research, development, systems integration, and support for manned, unmanned, and optionally manned platforms and/or robotics, as well as the services that support those platforms and robotics.

“ASTRO is an exciting addition to our portfolio of best-In-class contract vehicles and will enhance our ability to deliver critical training and support capabilities to warfighters in sea, air, land and space,” added Joe Re. 

ASTRO is available for use by GSA FEDSIM and any GSA Office of Assisted Acquisition Services Contracting Officer (CO) granted a Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA) specifically authorized by the ASTRO CO(s).

About Sev1Tech 

Sev1Tech provides IT modernization, cloud, cybersecurity, engineering, training and program support services to U.S. government agencies and major commercial organizations.

Headquartered in the Washington D.C. metro area, Sev1Tech is a preferred and trusted contractor supporting critical missions across the defense, intelligence, homeland security, space, and health markets.