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MartinFederal Awarded GSA 8(a) STARS II

June 13th, 2017 • Category: Uncategorized


Corey Martin

Huntsville, Alabama: June 13, 2017 – MartinFederal Consulting, LLC (MartinFederal) announced today it has been awarded the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) 8(a) STARS II contract. 8(a) STARS offers government agencies a unique opportunity to contract with highly qualified 8(a) small, disadvantaged businesses. 8(a) STARS is a faster alternative to time-consuming and costly full and open competitions, and are for information technology and IT-related services along acquisition of hardware, software and related supplies as part of an integrated solution.

The scope of the 8(a) STARS II Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is centered on four functional areas (FAs), derived from the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS). The contract offers simple to complex IT service solutions such as: IT help desk support, information assurance, cyber-security, virtualization, IPV6, Web 2.0, and more.

“The GSA 8(a) STARS II award reflects the quality service MartinFederal provides to our government customers. We are certainly excited about the prospects for growth and our commitment to provide high level technical solutions to our customers.” said Corey Martin, MartinFederal President & CEO.


About MartinFederal:

Since 2007, MartinFederal has provided the U.S. government with customer-focused, performance-based solutions – using technology as an engine to drive our customers’ missions. Solutions are leveraged from our core competencies in Enterprise and Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Technology Integration, and Intelligence Support and Training. Headquartered in Huntsville, AL, MartinFederal is one of a very small percentage of 8(a)’s and SDVOSB’s providing high-tech solutions to the federal government. For more information, visit:

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