This Definitive Contract contract for IT Software was awarded in FY2010 on August 30, 2010 to Dell by National Gallery of Art. There have been $2.7k in obligations to date with a ceiling value of $2.7k, showing a 100% burn rate so far on the contract. The contract was not competed under any preference program with 1 offer received. We expect a 1 year duration with ultimate completion date of August 30, 2011.
Dell is a contractor located in TX, doing primarily IT Software work for Veterans Affairs. The company receives $2.1B annually in federal awards (as of FY2020). Also, they have shown success winning No/Limited Bias contracts concentrated mainly on a singular customer focused portfolio.
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