A joint venture between Dovel Technologies, a federal information technology services provider, and IT Objects, a women-owned small business, has won a spot on a potential eight-year, $50 billion 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services III governmentwide acquisition contract of the General Services Administration.
IT Objects-Dovel JV will deliver IT services and IT services-based offerings under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Dovel said Wednesday.
“The STARS III program offers the opportunity for Dovel and IT Objects to leverage our advanced capabilities to make an impact for our customers across the government,” commented Dovel CEO Damon Griggs.
The fourth-generation IDIQ utilizes the GSA’s partnership with the Small Business Administration to support the development of small firms and offer mission-critical contract services such as IT help-desk support, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, information assurance and robotic process automation to federal agencies.
“We are pleased to be named to this best-in-class contract vehicle and look forward to being part of the next iteration through our partnership with IT Objects,” Griggs continued.
Ravi Palla, president of IT Objects, emphasized the importance of providing complete IT offerings to federal and civilian customers amid the current period of rapid system digitalization and modernization.
“IT Objects is thrilled to partner with Dovel through our joint venture where we can offer the depth and breadth of our experience and capabilities to solve complex IT challenges,” Palla continued.