ECS Awarded $17.5 Billion ENCORE III IDIQ Contract Vehicle by DISA
10 April 2018
ECS, a rapidly growing provider of cybersecurity, cloud solutions, enterprise solutions, software and systems, and advanced science and engineering solutions to defense and federal civilian customers, announced today that it was awarded an ENCORE III Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). ECS was awarded one of the ENCORE III Full and Open Suite of IDIQ contracts that are valued at $17.5 billion over their period of performance. ENCORE III has both a five-year base term and five-year option period.
As an ENCORE III prime, ECS will assist the government by providing IT solutions for the development, installation, fielding, training, operation, and life-cycle management of components and systems in the operational environments of Combatant Commands and their subordinate components, the US Armed Forces, defense agencies, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and other federal agencies. IT solutions, services, and support anticipated under this contract exist within the scope of 19 performance areas including enterprise IT policy and planning, test and evaluation (T&E), asset management, network support, and cloud professional services.
"DISA serves as a key nexus for defense information systems and NextGen technology development, and ECS's proven past performance and wide-ranging technical expertise will be critical to capitalize on the recently awarded $17.5B ENCORE III contract vehicle," said George Wilson, chief executive officer and president of ECS. "ENCORE III is DISA's premier contract vehicle open to a broad range of customers in the national security arena. We are excited to win this important contract and will actively compete for upcoming task orders and help market the ENCORE III vehicle to external customers."