Noblis has won two indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contracts worth $2.7 million combined to provide the Army National Guard with enterprise oversight and acquisition support.
The acquisition services directorate within the Interior Department’s interior business center awarded the contract, Noblis said Thursday.
Under the first contract, Noblis will help manage projects and provide independent verification and validation support to the National Guard’s G6 information management network division.
The division is responsible for maintaining, operating and securing information technology for the Army, National Guard Bureau and Guard sites nationwide.
A second contract calls for the nonprofit research firm to provide technical, processes, methodologies and tools support for the Guard’s Reserve Component Management System acquisition lifecycle.
Army National Guard officials use RCMS-supported applications for manpower data.