Sixteen companies will continue to compete for individual orders to deliver information technology products and related incidental services to defense and federal civilian agencies under a U.S. Army firm-fixed-price contract worth $2.5 billion over two and half years.
All 16 awardees hold prime positions on the Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – 3 Hardware contract, or ITES-3H, which the service branch first announced in February 2016.
A Department of Defense announcement released Monday shows the latest award has an estimated end date of Feb. 19, 2026. A justification and approval notice posted on SAM.gov says the 30-month extension includes one six-month option period and an additional three-month option.
The vendors are:
- CDW (Nasdaq: CDW)
- Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL)
- Dynamic Systems
- Govconnection, doing business as Connection Public Sector Solutions
- Government Acquisitions
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE)
- IBM (NYSE: IBM)
- ID Technologies, a subsidiary of CACI International (NYSE: CACI)
- Iron Bow Technologies
- Telos (Nasdaq: TLS)
- Wildflower International
- World Wide Technology