IAP selected to support the U.S. Army Distributed Common Ground System contract valued at $53 million

iapIAP Worldwide Services, Inc. of Alexandria, VA announced on October 17 that it won the U.S. Army’s contract to provide integrated logistics, fielding, and training support for the Project Manager, Distributed Common Ground System-Army (PM DCGS-A) at Fort Hood, TX, and locations worldwide.  The work will be performed under the Rapid Response Third Generation (R23G) contract vehicle.

“IAP seeks and solves the toughest challenges facing our Nation and its Allies,” said Rob Hargis, vice president of IAP’s National Security and Technology Programs. “Our customers’ missions become our missions and we execute them with unwavering focus, unparalleled responsiveness, and the deepest commitment to excellence and professionalism.”

DCGS-A is the Army’s primary system to post data, process information, and disseminate Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) information about operational environments, weather, and terrain, providing commanders with vital information.  The contract tasks, valued at $53 million, include hardware systems engineering, data processing, networking, hardware accreditation/certification, system reconciliations, training, and warehouse operations to successfully deliver DCGS-A to military units.

“The IAP team is thrilled to support this critical and dynamic mission for the Army Intelligence community.  We are committed to our customer and will ensure its success,” said Brandon Pugsley, senior director of the IAP Information Technology and Intelligence Program.

The Army’s selection recognizes IAP’s proven expertise delivering value-added global solutions including design engineering, aviation and life support services, and expeditionary solutions in the National Security and Technology segment.

Source: IAP