IEM wins place on $37bn US Army RS3 contract

19 March 2019 (Last Updated March 19th, 2019 11:30)

Homeland security and disaster management consultant IEM has been awarded a position on the US Army's $37bn responsive strategic sourcing for services (RS3) contract.

Homeland security and disaster management consultant IEM has been awarded a position on the US Army’s $37bn responsive strategic sourcing for services (RS3) contract.

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

The contract has a five-year base and a five-year optional ordering period.

Under the award, IEM will compete for individual task orders along with other awardees.

Other companies that won positions on the contract include IAP Worldwide Services, Decisive Analytics, General Dynamics Global Force, BAE Systems Technology, AASKI Technology, SRI International, Banc 3, BRTRC Federal Solutions and NCI Information Systems.

“IEM will provide knowledge-based professional engineering services for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.”

Task orders will cover various national security services such as research, development, logistics, engineering, testing, acquisition, strategic planning, and training.

IEM president and CEO Madhu Beriwal said: “We are proud to win a prime contractor position on this vital national security contract.

“This effort will provide IEM opportunities to deliver energy, agility, innovation, and above all outcomes, to a vital US Army mission area. We look forward to providing robust and affordable technical solutions to planners and decision makers, and most importantly, the warfighters serving our nation.”

IEM will provide knowledge-based professional engineering services for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) missions.

Additionally, the company will provide support to the programmes conducted by US Department of Defence agencies, Program Executive Offices and other federal agencies.

Work under the agreement is expected to be completed by 14 May 2022.