ECS Federal has won a potential $429.5 million task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency to help the U.S. Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command secure endpoint devices.
The firm-fixed-price award was issued under the General Services Administration’s Alliant II governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Fairfax, Virginia-based ECS will provide support services to Army NETCOM, which oversees the deployment of next-generation technologies designed to help the branch operate and safeguard its global network against cybersecurity threats.
The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization received three bids for the contract and will fund the six-month base period of performance using fiscal 2022 operations and maintenance funds.
DOD said the award includes four one-year option periods and an additional two three-month extensions.
The company secured a position on the second iteration of Alliant in November 2017.