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LongView-FedConsulting Awarded Prime Contracts for PACTS with the Department of Homeland Security.

FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has selected a team headed by LongView-FedConsulting to provide program management and administrative services to meet the needs of DHS.

A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Joint Venture, LongView-FedConsulting, was selected as a prime contractor in a competitive procurement set-aside for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. DHS PACTS is a DHS department-wide Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract for Program Management, Administrative, Clerical, and Technical Services, with a ceiling of $1.5 Billion over all twenty-seven (27) PACTS contractors. The services provided under PACTS will support DHS on a worldwide basis. LongView-FedConsulting won two awards, which included Functional Categories 1 and 2, Program Management and Administrative Services. LongView-FedConsulting will compete for task orders issued under Functional Categories 1 and 2 with the other PACTS awardees.

The LongView-FedConsulting Joint Venture is comprised of two firms. The Managing Venturer is Maryland-based Longview International Technology Solutions, Inc. (LongView). LongView is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that focuses on enterprise solutions, including IT governance, network operations/help desk, software lifecycle development, training and e-Learning, information assurance/cyber security, program and project management, administrative support services and intelligence community support. It is an eligible-cleared facility, holds a GSA IT Schedule 70 with 87 labor categories, and has a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) that is used to support its Intelligence Community partners and customers. In addition to DHS, LongView currently supports the DoD Military Health System, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, U.S. Air Force, and Defense Contract Management Agency.

Fed-Consulting, Inc. is a woman-owned small business. Founded in 1991 and based in Virginia, Fed-Consulting provides program management support, records management, adjudication support, disclosure and FOIA services, and administrative support services to both commercial and federal customers. Well familiar with DHS, FedConsulting supports the U.S. Coast Guard, and recently received the 2009 DHS Small Business Achievement Award for its work at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. In addition to DHS, FedConsulting provides services to the EPA, NTSB, NRC, PBGC, U.S. Courts, and DTRA.

LongView-FedConsulting teaming partners for this award include Perot Systems, Planned Systems International, DOMA Technologies, JACER Corporation, and Express Employment Professionals.

Speaking from LongView's corporate offices in N. Bethesda, MD, the Managing Venturer, Ben Long, said, "We are pleased to provide broad support across the Department of Homeland Security and look forward to helping DHS meet the ever increasing demands placed upon it as a unified department with centralized, integrated activities across components that are distinct in their missions and operation." LongView-FedConsulting is fully committed to delivering cost effective, quality services to DHS, whose mission it is to "protect the security of the American people."

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Date:Aug 26, 2009
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