SummIT Alliance, Redhorse and ITegrity’s joint venture, wins 8(a) STARS III Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). 8(a) STARS III expands capabilities for emerging technologies, features limited protestability up to $10M, and offers expert guidance from GSA, including free scope review services and market research.
“The STARS III vehicle opens our joint venture up to making a larger impact on the federal space, and we are excited to partner with ITegrity to bring our combined capabilities to the forefront,” said Redhorse CEO John Zangardi.
The SummIT Alliance Joint Venture (JV) combines top-tier consulting experience, proven methodologies, and sophisticated technical tools to support the missions of more than 32 Federal departments and agencies.
SummIT Alliance focuses corporate resources on building capabilities that offer our customers tailored solutions to meet the requirements associated with cloud infrastructure and service providers; asset management; artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications and technology; user support; cybersecurity compliance; and engineering support to end users.
“Under the STARS III vehicle, Summit Alliance brings unparalleled capabilities providing technology solutions and services with a streamlined ordering process – a winning combination that will yield success for Federal customers,” said ITegrity CEO Tarandeep Bawa.
The contract vehicle is designated Best-In-Class, building on the success of previous 8(a) STARS contracts. STARS III features small, disadvantaged businesses (SDB) industry partners who specialize in emerging technologies.