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Eight Companies Land Spots on $5B Army Desktop & Mobile Computing-3 Vehicle

The U.S. Army has awarded eight companies positions on a potential 10-year, $5B contract to provide desktop computers and other mobile computing systems for the service branch.

Army Contracting Command received 58 bids for the Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-3 contract vehicle, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The military branch will determine work locations and obligate funds upon award of each task order and expects work to conclude on Oct. 23, 2029.

The awardees are:

  • Blue Tech
  • Dell’s federal systems business
  • HPI Federal
  • Iron Bow Technologies
  • JC Technology
  • NCS Technologies
  • Sterling Computers
  • Strategic Communications

A FedBizOpps notice says the ADMC-3 contract includes integrated desktop computers, tablets, notebooks, tablets, workstations, electronic displays, printers, thin clients and multifunction devices.

The Army selected nine companies in February 2017 to supply computing devices under the ADMC-3 vehicle.

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