US Army awards Telos Corporation IMCS III IDIQ contract
The US Army has awarded Telos Corporation a position on the Information Management Communications Services (IMCS) III contract, a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with a ceiling value of $850 million, the Ashburn, VA-based company announced August 18. The IDIQ contract was awarded by the Department of the Army, Chief Information Officer/G-6 Information Management to support Army Network Enterprise Centers (NEC).
“Telos has a rich performance history of serving the Army with network and information assurance services,” said Telos Chief Operating Officer Ed Williams. “This vehicle positions us to respond quickly and efficiently to the Army’s NEC operations and management requirements.”
The company’s significant expertise in network solution design and deployment, IT services, infrastructure development, and telecommunications systems operations and maintenance is bolstered by hand-picked teammates, including Motorola Solutions, Inc.; CenturyLink; AJA Inc.; Spectrum Solutions, Inc.; and Software Engineering Services (SES).
Source: Telos Corporation