KBRwyle’s SGT unit has secured a position on the US Army’s $12.1bn potential Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 Services (ITES-3S) contract.
Managed by the US Army’s Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) programme, the potential indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract will continue for a period of nine years.
KBRwyle was selected by the US Army Contracting Command (ACC) as a prime contractor on the IDIQ contract, which has a base performance period of five years and four option years.
Under the contract, KBRwyle will provide solutions and support in various information technology (IT) areas, including cybersecurity, integration, telecommunications, supply chain management and business process engineering.
KBR US Government services president Byron Bright said: “This contract is an important opportunity for KBRwyle to expand on its existing technical and IT-related work with the US Army.
“We understand the importance of technology-based solutions and on-demand access to information, and look forward to supplying these state-of-the-art IT services to support the warfighter and the army’s global mission.”
According to the company, the IDIQ contract is expected to be the army’s prime source of global IT-related services and will directly assist the service to fulfil its infrastructure needs worldwide.
ITES-3S is a follow-on award to the service’s ITES-2S contract that was awarded to 16 prime contractors in 2006. ITES-3S has made a total of 135 awards to date.