The announcement comes as the most recent extension to Iron Bow’s IT Enterprise Solutions-2 Hardware contract with the U.S. Army Contracting Command, increasing the contract ceiling by $774 million.
Set initially to expire July of this year, the contract matches the Army and its commands with enterprise IT hardware and software solutions and services, and will expire next June.
“Today’s Army relies on best-of-breed IT products and services for communication and coordination across the entire organization – from base commands to the battlefield,” said Iron Bow CEO Rene LaVigne, president. “The ITES-2H contract is the only existing contract vehicle that the Army can utilize to acquire and implement these essential IT solutions. Iron Bow is honored to be among the solution providers of choice for the Army and remains committed to delivering the technologies that power the military today and into the future.”
Iron Bow, a certified small business, draws an approximate $750 million in revenue each year.
The company last August secured a deal to serve the U.S. Air Force with advanced IT products after the service branch canceled its stop work order on a NETCENTS-2 Products contract. Read about that here.