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Smartronix Awarded US Army IMCS III Contract

Smartronix has been awarded a Prime contract on the Information Management Communications Services III (IMCS III) vehicle from the United States (U.S.) Army Network Enterprise Technology Command. The contract is a multi-award ID/IQ contract with a total value of $850 million over a period of up to five years.

Smartronix, along with its team members, will provide Network Enterprise Center (NEC) classified and unclassified information technology (IT) support, to include Administrative Telephone Services (ATS), IT Services (ITS), and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) at installations throughout the Continental United States. The Smartronix Team includes General Dynamics Information Technology Inc.; CGI Federal Inc.; Trans-Tel Central Inc.; Fortis Networks Inc.; FoxHole Technology Inc.; and NOVA Corporation.

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"We are pleased and honored to provide critical IT services in support of the Army's vast NEC mission. Smartronix, along with our strategic partners, looks forward to working with the U.S. Army NETCOM and 7 th Signal Command to ensure the highest level of performance possible," states Brian Hurley, Smartronix Vice President for Army and Joint Programs. "We are proud of our partnership with the Army and NETCOM, and we will validate their trust and confidence by demonstrating our commitment and reliable service to the Army's Network Enterprise Centers and installations we support.

Source : Smartronix - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Aug 25, 2015


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