Decisive Analytics wins contract to support US Army’s RS3 programme

29 October 2018 (Last Updated October 29th, 2018 09:51)

The US Army has awarded a prime contract with a total ceiling value of $37.4bn to engineering company Decisive Analytics to support the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) programme.

Decisive Analytics wins contract to support US Army’s RS3 programme
An example of aircraft with command, control, communications and intelligence capabilities. Credit: WikiCommons / Alan Wilson, uploaded by tm.

The US Army has awarded a prime contract with a total ceiling value of $37.4bn to engineering company Decisive Analytics to support the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) programme.

The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract has been awarded to the company by the US Army Contracting Command Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG).

The agreement includes a five-year performance period, with one optional five-year ordering period.

Task orders under the RS3 programme will cover support for a diverse group of organisations that include the complete range of mission areas for programmes with command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) related services.

“The primary areas of support for the programme include C4ISR-related requirements for engineering, research, development, test and evaluation.”

The primary areas of support for the programme include C4ISR-related requirements for engineering, research, development, test and evaluation, as well as logistics, acquisition, strategic planning, and training.

Decisive Analytics president John Donnellon said: “For more than two decades, Decisive Analytics has established itself as a recognised leader of excellence in providing professional services to solve our nation’s most complex problems.

“The passion and dedication of our employee-owners and teammates have been significant factors in our company’s success.

“We look forward to extending that same dedication and expertise to grow our relationship with Army Contract Command under this new vehicle.”

In May, the company secured a $59.4m five-year competitive contract to deliver Cybersecurity Compliance and Risk Management for the US Missile Defense Agency.