November 5, 2010 – Bethesda, MD – eMentum, Inc., a woman-owned management and information technology consultancy to federal agencies, today announced its partnership on a winning team for the Federal Bureau of Information’s $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (FBI IT Triple S) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) contract. eMentum will provide technical services and project management support for its prime contractor during the initial base period and seven option years.
“Our clients and business partners value the technical and management solutions eMentum provides. We recognize that the IT Triple S contract vehicle will provide significant benefit to the FBI and it will afford them the flexibility to secure the right solution for the right opportunity. We are proud to be a part of this new contract vehicle,” said Carolyn Merek, PeMentum CEO.
The objective of the IT Triple S acquisition was to establish a mechanism for providing contractor expertise to FBI programs in order to meet priorities, achieve cost savings through increased competition, increase small business opportunities, and increase project and program success. The FBI will be looking for technically acceptable products, as well as experienced and qualified personnel, to assist in supporting its missions and in developing and implementing projects and programs as defined in individual Task Orders. eMentum personnel will perform a range of IT services in the areas of Supplies and Related Services, Hardware and Software and Related Services, Operations and Maintenance, Technical and Development, and other areas (such as training, database creation and management, studies and research, briefings, process improvement, and warehousing/distribution).