AASKI wins prime position on $37.4B Army RS3 contract

AASKI Technology, Inc. has been selected as one of the Phase 1 prime contractors for the Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) contract, the Tinton Falls, NJ-based company announced July 5.

The Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) will administer the RS3 contract, which has a $37.4B ceiling with a 10-year ordering period (5-year base and a 5-year optional ordering period).  RS3 will focus on providing federal and state government agencies and organizations with superior program management and procurement services for their command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and knowledge-based professional engineering services and mission requirements.  The contract provides support services including: engineering, research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E), logistics, acquisition and strategic planning, and education and training for a diverse group of organizations that span the spectrum of C4ISR mission requirements around the world.

“We are extremely proud to win a prime position on RS3,” said Bharat Parikh, CEO of AASKI Technology. “This win demonstrates the Army’s continuing confidence in AASKI Technology and provides us the opportunity to continue our support to the Army C4ISR community, building on our success on the R2-3G program and expanding ability to provide technical solutions. We look forward to galvanizing our relationship with our current customers and expanding our Mission Focused, Customer Centric culture to new government and state customers.”

RS3 will enable the consolidation and replacement of other major Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) vehicles that will be expiring over the next 1-2 years to include: Rapid Response 2nd Generation (R2-3G), Strategic Services Sourcing (S3), Technical, Administrative and Operations Support Services (TAOSS), Technical Information Engineering Services (TIES) and parts of Warrior Enabling Broad Sensors (WEBS).

“The proven and streamlined processes we have built to win task orders on R2-3G will be utilized on the RS3 program”, said Robert Danziger, AASKI’s RS3 program manager.  “The consolidation of multiple IDIQ contracts into RS3 will offer opportunities for AASKI to provide technology solutions to a wider customer base.”

Source: AASKI Technologi