AMERICAN SYSTEMS Wins $56M Task Order From The United States Army Reserve Command; to Provide SIPRnet

Bill Hoover, CEO of AMERICAN SYSTEMS

AMERICAN SYSTEMS has won a $56 million prime task order by the United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) to, at USARC facilities nationwide, provide Voice & Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRnet) Communications Support Services under the GSA Connections II contract. The single-award is a firm-fixed-price task order with a two and one-half year period of performance.

“AMERICAN SYSTEMS has extensive knowledge and experience in installing and supporting voice & SIPRNet communications networks, and we look forward to working with the Army Reserve in providing operations, maintenance, and enhancement services across their enterprise,” said AMERICAN SYSTEMS vice president and general manager of Design & Installation Services, Richard Tkac.

Under the task order, AMERICAN SYSTEMS will aim to encompass operations, administration, and maintenance of the USARC enterprise’s voice communications network, including communications systems support, billing, circuit provisioning, Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), service desk, and lifecycle support including VoIP implementation.

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