Energy chooses 14 companies for $900M data collection contract / MadamLead

Awardees will work with the agency responsible for compiling statistics and analysis on all aspects of energy for the federal government.

The Energy Department has awarded 14 companies positions on a potential 10-year, $900 million contract vehicle covering the development and operation of data collection programs and systems.

Iteration number five of the Energy Information Administration Omnibus Procurement vehicle, also known as EOP V, will continue its predecessors' mission of supporting the analysis and distribution of information to public and private sector stakeholders.

EIA made the awards on Wednesday and received 15 proposal in total, according to and Federal Procurement Data System records. That means only one bidder was not selected for an award.

The list of winners is as follows:

  • Accenture's U.S. federal services
  • BluePath Labs
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • CCS IvoryCloud joint venture
  • Crown Consulting
  • Edgewater Federal Solutions (incumbent)
  • ICF (incumbent)
  • Jack Faucett Associates
  • KeyLogic Systems
  • Leidos (incumbent)
  • National Opinion Research Center
  • Peregrine Technical Solutions
  • Redhorse Corp.
  • Z Inc. (incumbent)

EOP V's ordering period is slated to take effect on April 1. The current EOP IV contract was awarded to seven companies in 2016 and its largest incumbent is not on the awardee list.

IMG-Crown Energy Services JV has booked approximately 46% of the $231.5 million in total obligations against the current contract, according to GovTribe data.

The Energy Information Administration is the primary federal government authority on statistics and analysis of energy sources, end uses, flows and future projections.

EIA uses the contract to acquire industry support in six major service areas that include program management; survey operations; energy analysis and modeling; IT support; organizational support; and product/service development, production and modeling.