8(a) STARS II
The 8(a) STARS II GWAC offers access to highly qualified, certified 8(a) small disadvantaged businesses. The contract has a $10 billion program ceiling with a five-year base period and one five-year option. Trident was awarded this GWAC on June 13, 2017. We are actively looking for companies with qualifications to partner with in bidding on various solicitations and task orders being issued under this GWAC.
This GWAC has Four functional areas:
- Custom Computer Programming Services
- Computer Systems Design Services
- Computer Facilities Management Services
- Other Computer Related Services
Our 8a STARS contract number is : GS00Q17GWD2290
Our DUNS number is: 019190496
Contact Information: Mr. Timothy Hansell at 571-482-7131 x5122 or Email Us.
Visit the 8a STARS program at the 8a STARS II website
Join our 8a Stars II Team
We are looking for a few highly capable and qualified companies to team with us to pursue STARS II opportunities. As a partner of Trident Inc., you will be able to increase your contracting base, ensuring greater number of wins easier and faster.
Download our GSA Stars II Partnering Information PDF here
Interested in joining our team? Apply below with information about your company and your contracting experience and we will be happy to discuss your capabilities and the possibility of joining our team.
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