Envistacom to Support the Army's Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Contract
Envistacom was selected as a prime contractor for a $18 Million, 3-year task order under the Army Contracting Command's (ACC's) Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Support (DAGRS) contract, the company announced in an August 7 statement. Under the award, the company will provide mission-critical information technology, rapid-prototyping, data analysis and intelligence support to both the Army and Navy. Envistacom is one of 10 companies selected to compete for task orders on the DAGRS Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) vehicle, worth up to $480 million over five years, the company said. Envistacom's work will satisfy requirements for engineering and technical assessment enhancements through rapid-prototyping initiatives. Part of the effort will be based at the company's Duluth, Ga. Envistacom Innovation Center, which offers customer research and development capabilities, innovative engineering, and testing across counterterrorism, cyber and communication applications.
“We are honored to be selected as the prime contractor to help execute Envistacom’s first task order under the U.S. Army’s DAGRS IDIQ contract vehicle,” said Alan Carson, senior vice president, Envistacom. “I’m proud of our experts, including Valerie Hayes, who continue to deliver creative solutions in response to complex task order requirements. I’m confident that together with the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, our team will deliver an effective blend of strategy and technology to our warfighters and mission partners, and ultimately, help make the world a safer place.”
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Envistacom is a privately held, Hispanic woman-owned technology company.
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