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Nextgov: DHS ICE awards $341M in Cloud Services contracts

IT product and solution reseller Four Points Technology has won three contracts with a combined $341.5 million ceiling value for cloud computing services to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Each award is technically a blanket purchase agreement with a five-year duration, during which Four Points will work with ICE to acquire storage and hosting that resides in the Amazon and Microsoft cloud infrastructures.

ICE made the awards on Aug. 5 and received nine proposals, according to Federal Procurement Data System records.

This is a part of a second attempt at the procurement by the Homeland Security Department and its ICE component agency, which cancelled the prior solicitation last year after protests by Oracle and Mythics, one of its major resellers.

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