3 Firms Get $130M in Army Software, Maintenance Support Contract Modifications

Carahsoft Technology, Four LLC and Immix Technology have received contract modifications worth a combined $130 million to continue to provide commercial off-the-shelf software products and maintenance services to the U.S. Army.

The Defense Department said Tuesday contractors are required to supply COTS software products that have obtained full certification through the Army’s Network Command networthiness process.

The Certificate of Networthiness covers information technology utility and security, modeling and simulation, multimedia and design and program and development categories.

DoD noted the Army Contracting Command will determine work locations and funds upon the issuance of each individual order under the modifications through Feb. 10, 2020.

The Army originally awarded a five-year, $49 million shared contract to Carahsoft, Four and Immix Technology in February 2015.

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