S&K Mission Support wins a new GSA 8 (a) STARS III contract
ST. IGNATIUS, Mt .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –S&K Mission Support, LLC (SKMS), a leading IT and technical assistance company, has been awarded a new government procurement contract (GWAC) of streamlined technology procurement resources for services ( STARS) III (GWAC). This multi-award IDIQ contract is managed by the GSA and serves all federal agencies. The contract cap is $ 50 billion with an order period until June 2029.
8 (a) STARS III is a contract acquisition program that allows SKMS to support federal agencies with IT services – data management, information and communications technology, IT operations and maintenance, IT security / augmentation IT workforce, software development and systems design. As a highly qualified prime contractor, SKMS can submit forward-looking proposals for task orders.
SKMS is an 8 (a) certified company with the breadth and depth of experience and capabilities required to deliver complex IT service solutions. “STARS III opens the door to hundreds of opportunities for SKMS to deliver quality IT solutions to customers across the federal government,” said John Denny, president of SKMS. “We are thrilled to be a part of the program and look forward to using STARS III as a way to serve our current and future customers. ”
About S&K Mission Support
S&K Mission Support is a subsidiary of S&K Technologies, Inc. (SKT), a family of businesses 100% owned by the Confederate Salish and Kootenai Tribes, headquartered in St. Ignatius, Montana. For decades, SKT companies have served a global customer base with sophisticated aerospace, logistics, information technology, engineering, construction, technical and tower / antenna solutions. SKT’s success provides significant economic dividends to the more than 8,000 tribal community members, supporting programs involving cultural preservation, language revitalization, elder services and other social investments.