Octo Consulting Group awarded $9.9 million U.S. Army PEO-EIS contract

OctoOcto Consulting Group, Inc. (Octo) of Tysons Corner, VA announced on May 3 that it has been awarded a $9.9 million Task Order on its Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract in support of the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS).

Octo’s contract scope is for Program Management, Application Engineering, Agile Development Management, and Quality Assurance support to the U.S. Army Product Lead for Reserve Component Automation Systems (PL RCAS). The PL RCAS mission is to provide integrated, Web-based software, information technology infrastructure and refresh, requirements management, and Distributed Learning Program (DLP) classroom solutions and support services that enhance efficiencies for the Army National Guard (ARNG) and the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR). RCAS links approximately 10,500 ARNG and USAR units at nearly 4,000 sites, located in all 50 States, three U.S. Territories, the District of Columbia, and Europe, with the capability to administer, manage, prepare, and mobilize their forces more effectively.

“We view this award as validation of eight years of Octo delivering excellence in support of the U.S. Army’s PEO-EIS mission, also demonstrating the Army’s continued commitment to leveraging small businesses to bring innovation to the Army Enterprise,” said Mehul Sanghani, CEO, Octo Consulting Group. “Proudly, it allows us to showcase Octo’s core capability of Agile Engineering and Management, attesting that Octo is nimble in our solutions delivery, and that we are the right company to meet the ever-evolving IT needs of the Reserve Component. We are very excited and honored for the opportunity to serve this important Army program.”

Octo has been supporting U.S. Army Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) and Enterprise IT transformation since 2008. The newly awarded contract has a four-year period of performance, with a 12-month base period and three 12-month option periods.