Let us help you with our wide range of end-to-end technology services. From private to the government sector we have a comprehensive and diverse arsenal of technology experts. The cloud has changed the way systems are built, managed and deployed. We help our clients understand these changes and work with them to make SMART (Secure, Maintainable, Agile, Reliable, Tested) decisions. Regardless of the solutions we provide, our SMART process has allowed our clients to identify appropriate capabilities to move to the cloud where the migration will reduce costs or improve the capability.
We’re armed with a full suite of business, technology, and management consulting services to take on the world’s toughest challenges. And because no two projects are alike, we stay flexible and adaptable to accommodate our client’s diverse needs. But one thing remains the same, and that’s to deliver strategic concepts that allow our clients to reach their goals.
We look at technology as an enabler. With it, organizations are able to meet their business objectives in the most innovative, cost-effective, and efficient ways possible. But it doesn’t work alone. We pair state-of-the-art technology with forward-thinking business strategies to deliver breakthrough concepts and powerful solutions.
It's not enough to simply say we provide the best services available. We have many stories of client success to back it up. After all, that's the only way we truly measure our own. We provide skills that match your project needs to be paired with best-in-class service and specialized products. But we're known for our persistent drive to deliver and customize concepts that work.
When it comes to systems and processes, we’re a well-oiled machine. We have industry best practices down to a science. But sometimes, it takes the good old experience to understand the inner workings of a client’s project. To smooth it all out, we have certified Project and Program Managers with just the kind of hands-on expertise you need. They’ll appropriately plan and monitor projects, identify and mitigate risk, work with a wide variety of resources and most importantly, deliver results.
ITC holds critical prime contracts on a multitude of award vehicles across the federal government. Our contract portfolio has consistently reduced acquisition administrative costs and created time and resource efficiency for our clients. Learn more about our current contract below.
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eFAST is the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) preferred acquisition vehicle for fulfilling small business goals. eFAST is a multi-year Master Ordering Agreement program offering a wide array of labor categories with fixed ceiling rates.
While eFAST is an agency-wide acquisition vehicle, it can also be used by other Federal agencies when in the best interest of the government. The vehicle offers multiple contract terms, including Fixed-Price, Cost Reimbursable, Time-and-Materials, and Labor Hour.
ITC’s eFAST contract number is DTFAWA13A-00185.
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The Small Business Information Technology Support Services (SBITSS) for the Social Security Administration is a $100 Million, five and a half-year Blanket Purchasing Agreement based on our GSA Schedule 70 offerings.
Under this BPA, ITC will provide IT support services, including, but not limited to, SSA’s Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) in support of SSA’s mission-critical goals and objectives, especially those activities related to the continued and expanded use of IT products and services. The primary customers of these services are SSA component offices responsible for the maintenance, development, and evolution of the agency’s information technology and telecommunications capabilities, as well as other offices that perform programmatic functions. The programmatic areas include but are not limited to, the Office of Budget, Finance, Quality and Management, Office of Communications, Office of Disability Adjudication and Review, Office of Human Resources, Office of Operations, Office of Retirement and Disability Policy, and the Office of Systems.
Under the ITSS BPA, services will be provided under the following four (4) broad technical areas:
ITC serves as a Prime Contractor on this vehicle.
The Information Technology Support Services Contract (ITSSC) is a $2.8 billion, seven-year indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that encompasses a complete range of services related to SSA’s major systems modernization initiatives.
With an agenda for implementing agency-wide IT support services, SSA awarded multiple ITSSC contracts for integrating, modernizing and enhancing its existing systems. ITSSC’s scope emphasizes the growing demand for health information technology as electronic health record data will help determine disability claims and entitlement programs. As a result of the ITSSC contract, SSA anticipates lower costs, greater user satisfaction with SSA’s core benefits programs and acceleration of benefits delivery.
Under the ITSSC contract, services will be provided under the following nine (9) technical areas:
ITC serves as a subcontractor on the vehicle.
The SITE contract enables streamlined execution, simplifies purchase requests, standardizes acquisition documentation, improves enterprise program management for customers, provides better reporting capability, improves contracting performance and data integrity, and makes the DIA’s overall IT acquisition processes more efficient.
The SITE contract provides worldwide coverage for IT requirements and technical support services that support the government Intelligence Community through system design, development, fielding, and sustainment of global intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) and the intelligence components of command and control (C2) system assets. It also supports business process reengineering/development, performance measures and metrics, feasibility studies, IT systems architecture development and planning, research, design, engineering and/or development of systems, and fielding and installation of systems with capabilities developed during the design and engineering phase.
The following organizations can use the vehicle:
Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Combatant Commands, Joint Reserve Intelligence Program, Multinational partners, National Command Authorities, defense agencies, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), federal departments/agencies with intelligence missions or using C2 or intelligence information systems, and others as deemed acceptable by the government.