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Joe Armstrong: Intelligent Decisions to Supply Army IT Infrastructure Under ITES-3H

Joe Armstrong
Joe Armstrong

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 9, 2016 — Intelligent Decisions will compete for task orders to deliver on the U.S. Army‘s information technology infrastructure requirements under the potential $5 billion Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Hardware contract, GovCon Executive reported March 2.

The company said March 1 it seeks to provide servers, storage systems, networking equipment, printers and scanners, workstations and other hardware through the contract awarded in February.

Joe Armstrong, president and chief financial officer of Intelligent Decisions, said the company’s supply chain will work to address the Army’s IT infrastructure needs.

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