Two Va. companies land spots on $5B Army contract
Iron Bow Technologies, NCS Technologies to provide tech products
Herndon-based information technology company Iron Bow Technologies LLC and Gainesville-based computer manufacturer NCS Technologies Inc. secured spots on a $5 billion U.S. Army contract to provide technology products to the Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) office.
“The CHESS team is excited about seeing the years of effort finally coming to fruition,” CHESS Product Lead Wayne Sok said in a statement. “I’m very proud of the work that the CHESS team … has done to award this contract vehicle. Industry has also invested a lot of time and effort, so I know the awardees are eager to get started supporting warfighters.”
Under the Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-3 (ADMC-3) contract, the companies (also including Dell Federal Systems LP, Sterling Computers Corp., Strategic Communications LLC, Blue Tech Inc., HPI Federal LLC and ACE Computers) will provide integrated desktop computers, tablets, notebooks, workstations, electronic displays, printers, thin clients and multifunction devices. Iron Bow Technologies provides IT services to the Army and other Department of Defense clients.
“We are honored 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,” James Ebeler, Iron Bow Technologies’ DoD chief technology officer, said in a statement. “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.”
Work on the contract is expected to take 10 years.