Intelligent Decisions Awarded US Army IDIQ Contract Valued at $4.1 Bn
Intelligent Decisions (ID), Inc., a recognized leader in federal IT solutions, announced today that the company was awarded a new U.S. Army contract for the delivery of communications systems, technologies and services. ID was one of two small business set-asides among the twelve awardees. The Communications and Transmission Systems (CTS) contract vehicle is a firm-fixed-price, multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract valued at $4.1 billion over a five-year period of performance.
“Intelligent Decisions has always been dedicated to serving the United States Army and this contract will provide us with the opportunity to further demonstrate our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions and services to the military”
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The CTS contract will cover the full suite of communications including satellite, microwave, fiber optics, Over-The-Horizon, radio, and wireless, and will include all ancillary support services. Additionally, the contract provides an integrated approach that considers the life cycle of any given communications and/or transmissions system and its relationship with other communications and/or transmissions systems.
“Intelligent Decisions has always been dedicated to serving the United States Army and this contract will provide us with the opportunity to further demonstrate our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions and services to the military,” said Harry Martin, ID president and CEO. “We are very excited and proud to receive this contract award and look forward to continuing to provide the Army with the tools and resources necessary for continued operational success.”
ID has a long-standing relationship with the Army, most recently collaborating to deliver the Dismounted Soldier Training System, designed to train soldiers prior to deployment. The company also has dedicated sales and program management teams with extensive knowledge of the Army, their culture and requirements.
Source : Intelligent Decisions, Inc.