Intelligent Decisions awarded Army ITES-3H contract
Intelligent Decisions (ID), Inc. of Ashburn, VA announced on March 1 that it has been awarded an Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Hardware (ITES-3H) contract by the United States Army. The contract has a ceiling value of $5 billion and a potential period of performance of five years – one 3-year base plus two option years. ID received contract award as a small business contractor.
Under this contract, ID will support information technology infrastructure requirements from nine distinct catalog areas, which include: UNIX Based Servers; Non-UNIX Based Servers; Workstations, Thin Clients, Desktops and Notebooks; Storage Systems; Networking Equipment; Network Printers, Scanners and Support Devices; Cables, Connectors and Accessories; Video Equipment Products; and Uninterruptible Power Supplies for CONUS, OCONUS and remote OCONUS locations worldwide. Army’s designated source for commercial information technology is the Computer Hardware Enterprise Software Solutions (CHESS) organization. All requirements above $3,000 will be procured through CHESS via RFQs from decentralized contracting offices. CHESS is responsible for implementing consolidated information technology purchases at the enterprise level.
“Intelligent Decisions has a long track record with the Army dating back to Army Portable-3, ADMC-1, STOC II and CTS contracts,” said Joe Armstrong, president and CFO of Intelligent Decisions. “We are honored to receive this contract award and we are committed to using our extensive supplier relationships and unparalleled service delivery standards to provide the best technology solutions and services to meet and exceed the Army’s needs.”
ID is uniquely qualified for this award, having served as the Prime contract holder on the previous Army IT contracts, dating back to 1998. With a strong track record of outstanding performance, ID will continue to leverage its extensive knowledge of the customer and ever-changing IT landscape to deliver cutting-edge solutions.
Source: Intelligent Decisions