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NT Concepts Books $125M Military Housing IT Support Order; Darin Powers Quoted

Jeff Brody
Darin Powers

NT Concepts has received a potential five-year, $125M task order to help operate and maintain the Department of Defense’s web-based information technology platform that supports military housing asset and case management functions.

The company said Monday it teamed up with Applied Engineering Management to provide a range of IT services through the Enterprise Military Housing II task order awarded under the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Encore III contract.

Work covers automation and technical services, daily system management, cybersecurity and 24/7 global support for end-users.

The partnership will work to help DoD oversee over 750K military housing units worldwide, which include on and off-base facilities.

“We understand the importance of the eMH program and its positive impact on the quality of life for the hundreds of thousands of active-duty soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, DoD civilians and their families who rely on the program for all their housing needs,” said Darin Powers, president and chief operating officer of NT Concepts.

Powers added the company aims to help advance the joint service enterprise system.

NT Concepts plans to apply its software engineering, enterprise IT, data analytics and program support experience over the past two decades to fulfill the task order.

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