ESP to Support Army Intell Mgmt System Under Potential $175M Contract

Engineering Solutions and Products has received a potential five-year, $175M contract to support the U.S. Army’s program manager for a military intelligence system.

ESP said it will provide training and fielding services to the Distributed Common Ground System-Army field office at Fort Hood in Texas as part of the contract awarded under the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services procurement vehicle, or RS3.

The contract has a one-year base period and four option years.

PM DCGS-A, headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland, manages the family of systems used to process, exploit and disseminate battlefield situation awareness data such as signal, imagery, geospatial and human intelligence.

The company was awarded a separate $100M contract in late 2018 to provide technical support services to the Army PM for tactical radios.

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