Technology company Envistacom announced Aug. 6 that it had been awarded a task order worth $18 million to provide information technology, rapid-prototyping, data analysis and intelligence support to the Army and Navy in the next three years.
The task order is for the Army Contracting Command’s Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Support (DAGRS) contract vehicle, which is worth as much as $480 million over five years. Envistacom is one 10 companies eligible to compete for task orders.
“I am confident that together with the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, our team will deliver an effective blend of strategy and technology to our warfighters and mission partners, and ultimately, help make the world a safer place,” said Alan Carson, senior vice president at Envistacom.
Based in Atlanta, Envistacom focuses on providing counterterrorism, cyber and communications technology to the Department of Defense and other customers in the aerospace, defense and intelligence communities.
In August 2017, Army Contracting Command Aberdeen Proving Ground awarded Envistacom a $10 million five-year contract to provide communications and operations support to the Army.
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