WASHINGTON, D.C. – MainSpring, Inc. has earned a spot on the new Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technical Services (JETS) contract. On the contract vehicle, MainSpring will provide a variety of technology consulting services via a contractor teaming arrangement (CTA) with KPMG. The DLA JETS contract, announced in December 2016, is a five-year base with one three-year option period, $6 billion indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) vehicle that will provide a broad range of technology services to enable DLA in its mission to support U.S. warfighters worldwide. Contract holders will be eligible to bid on task orders issued under the JETS contract.
“We have a long-standing tradition of supporting service members,” said MainSpring CEO Marshall Micheals. “This opportunity provides our dedicated consultants the avenue to be innovative, while implementing government and industry best practices to meet a critical mission.”
JETS consists of 21 task areas covering a wide variety of IT services, including software development, information assurance, program support services, and systems engineering support. As one of five CTAs on Team KMPG, MainSpring will provide Task Area 2 (Technology Services) support and is eligible to bid on the other 20 task orders.
MainSpring, Inc. is an IT strategy and consulting firm that arms organizations with the strategy, tools and resources to impact their mission.
Founded in 1993, MainSpring is headquartered in Poolesville, Md., with offices in Towson, Md., Florida, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin. The firm supports a wide range of clients including businesses, nonprofits and government agencies such as the Department of Defense.