Fairfax, VA– The U.S. Army Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS), in coordination with the Army Contracting Command, Rock Island (ACC-RI), has awarded Technatomy Corporation the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Services (ITES-3S) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to support information technology services requirements worldwide. Including option periods, the $12.1 billion contract is expected to be the Army’s primary IT-related services vehicle and may be utilized by the DoD and other Federal agencies for up to nine years.
“Our team is privileged to have received this much-anticipated Army vehicle award,” stated Technatomy CEO and retired Army Ranger Nadeem Butler. “ITES-3S allows us to extend our next-generation digital process automation and artificial intelligence-enabled solutions and related services directly to the Department of Army with the exceptional benefit of nearly frictionless acquisition processes.”
The CHESS mission is to be the primary source to support the Warfighter’s information dominance objectives by developing, implementing, and managing commercial IT contracts that provide enterprise-wide net-centric hardware, software, and engineering and support services for the Army. ITES-3S IDIQ sources a broad range of enterprise-level support services including cybersecurity, integration, consolidation, telecommunications, supply chain management, operation and maintenance, business process engineering, and education and training.
Technatomy Corporation is a veteran-owned, mid-market system integrator specializing in digital process transformation, logistics, financial and human capital initiatives for agencies across the U.S. federal government.
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For additional information about Technatomy and solutions available through this contract, please contact Todd Schwartzrock at (703) 268-5525 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.