Army Issues $870M Computer Supply IDIQ Modification to 7 Firms

The U.S. Army has awarded seven companies a two-year, $870 million modification to an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle for general purpose computers.

Contractors will perform task orders under the Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-2 contract modification through April 23, 2020, the Defense Department said Friday.

ADMC-2 covers commercial off-the-shelf desktops, notebooks, full and semi ruggedized  devices, personal digital assistants, printers, scanners, power supplies, displays, video teleconferencing equipment, digital cameras, transit cases and related accessories and updates.

The awardees are:

  • CDW Government
  • Dell’s federal systems business
  • HPI Federal
  • Integrated Technologies Group
  • NCS Technologies
  • Telos
  • Transcource Services

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