Dexis, IDS Land Spots on Potential $300M DSCA Program Support IDIQ

Jeff Brody

Dexis Consulting Group and IDS International Government Services have won spots on a potential $300M contract to assess, monitor and evaluate Defense Security Cooperation Agency programs or initiatives.

Washington Headquarters Services issued the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for functional category 1 services such as program planning, design and execution support, resource management, stakeholder communications management, budgeting and deliverables monitoring.

In October, Dexis landed a spot on a potential $140M functional category 4 contract that covers staff augmentation, budgeting support and program management services to DoD components.

WHS will obligate fiscal 2020 funds on subsequent task orders under the functional category 1 award. Work will take place in the National Capital Region through Sept. 24, 2024.

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