Iron Bow Technologies has won a position on the US Army’s Desktop and Mobile Computing-3 (ADMC-3) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract.
With a potential value of $5bn, the ten-year contract covers equipment such as integrated desktop computers, notebooks, tablets, electronic displays, workstations, printers, thin clients and multifunction devices.
The ADMC-3 contract is meant for the army, as well as other defence department and federal agencies.
Iron Bow Technologies department of defence (DoD) chief technology officer James Ebeler said: “We are honoured to be among the companies awarded ADMC-3 to provide end-user devices and support services to warfighters as they connect to the Army’s Network anytime anywhere.
“We have a long history of serving the army and DoD through a variety of contract vehicles and are confident we will continue to be a valued partner.”
The company currently serves several DoD organisations under the ITES-3H (hardware), ITES-3S (services), Army ACCENT, NETCENTS-2, GSA, and NASA SEWP-V contract vehicles.
In a statement, Iron Bow said: “ADMC-3 completes Iron Bow’s contract portfolio to cover every aspect of the Army’s information technology needs.”
The company stated that it will leverage its global reach and partnerships with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to deliver the ADMC-3 contract.
The Army Contracting Command has awarded positions on the ADMC-3 contract to seven other companies.
The other awardees include Blue Tech, Dell Federal Systems, HPI Federal, JC Technology, NCS Technologies, Sterling Computers, and Strategic Communications. A total of 58 bids were received for the contract.
Iron Bow was also among nine firms that secured bids on a potential $2.5bn ADMC-3 contract in February 2017.