McLEAN, VA – The United States Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms (SAA) has awarded Celerity Government Solutions dba Xcelerate Solutions with a prime ID/IQ contract to provide Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) services. Under this contract, any Legislative Branch agency within the United States Government may solicit SETA goods and services on a non-mandatory basis to satisfy requirements.
The Office of the Sergeant at Arms procures goods and services in support of the United States Senate in many areas, including information technology (IT), telecommunications, system and network development, security, financial and data management, printing and graphics, warehousing and other essential infrastructure functions.
Xcelerate’s SETA team will compete for task orders to serve the Senate by providing program and technical management and operations support, program planning and oversight, data development and management, project analysis, and market research.
This win also gives Xcelerate the opportunity to perform test and evaluation, risk mitigation, verification and validation and engage in the analysis and definition of procurements requirements, the development of Statements of Work (SOW) and solicitations, and in evaluation assistance for technical and cost proposals for any legislative branch agency within the United States Government including, but not limited to, the U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives, and the Library of Congress.
“We’re looking forward to supporting the Senate and proving ourselves as an innovative, cost-effective, and responsive service provider,” said Matt Eanes, Xcelerate Solutions Vice President.