IPTA has secured a potential $404 million contract from the U.S. Army to provide enterprise information technology support services for the military branch’s Aviation and Missile Center, GovCon Wire has learned.
The EITSS contract covers information management services, network support, cybersecurity management, IT asset management, tiered service response, IT governance, application management and portfolio management, the company said Thursday.
IPTA will also provide staff, materials and services to help AvMC meet IT requirements under the contract, which was awarded through the Veterans Technology Services 2 governmentwide acquisition contract.
Bill Williams, CEO and owner of IPTA, said the company is proud to continue its work with Army Future Command and looks forward to helping AvMC achieve its goals through innovation and responsive service.
AvMC is headquartered at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama and is part of Army Futures Command’s Combat Capability Development Command.
IPTA is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business focused on delivering cloud, cybersecurity, software development and other IT and professional services to defense and federal government clients.