Federal technology solutions provider Axiologic Solutions has won a position on the US Army’s event, planning, operations and support (EPOS) contract.
EPOS is a multiple-award, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with a total cumulative contract value of up to $2.41bn.
Under the ten-year prime contract, the company will support the Army’s national cyber range complex (NCRC).
Axiologic can also bid for task orders to support the US Army in the operation, modernisation and security of a network of ‘government-controlled facilities’ to host events such as large-scale military cyber mission force.
The contract deliverables may include event planning and execution, site security, as well as information technology (IT) and modernisation services.
Axiologic Solutions president Andy Baratta said: “We’re excited to be working with the NCRC, as cyber ranges are becoming increasingly important to protecting our frontline warfighter and strengthening our overall national security.
“The Axiologic team is honoured to win this contract, and looks forward to utilising our expertise in innovative solutions and strategic planning and programme management to address the NCRC’s most critical challenges and help meet their mission needs.”
The company is currently hiring to support its EPOS and other defence contracts.
The US Department of Defense’s Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) has established the NCRC and the event planning operations and support service (EPOS), in partnership with the PEO STRI/PM CT2.
The EPOS will provide the skilled workforce and subject matter experts needed to accomplish the NCRC’s goals.
Earlier this month, the US Army awarded a contract to SSCI to demonstrate autonomous platform capabilities.