Pragmatics Awarded $20M Task Order by Defense Information Systems Agency

Joe Brock, Pragmatics

Joe Brock, Pragmatics

Pragmatics announced Dec. 3 the company has been awarded a $20 million task order by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) under the ENCORE II Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract.

“Pragmatics looks forward to continuing our longstanding relationship with DISA by supporting the JPES program,” Pragmatics COO Joe Brock said. “The services we deliver will help to enable DoD to transform the execution of Joint Operations activities. We are proud to assist our client in completing their critical objectives.”

The Reston, Va.-based company will provide security and information assurance, software maintenance, and the maintenance of development and testing environments.

The ENCORE II contract provides IT support to the military services and agencies, Dept. of Defense (DoD) and other federal government agencies. Pragmatics will provide analysis, and software and systems engineering support to the Joint Planning and Execution Services (JPES) Program Management Office (PMO). This will include providing the sustainment/modernization, integration, testing, operational support and technical services necessary to analyze, design, integrate, test, certify and accredit, deploy and maintain quality software for the warfighter.

WashingtonExec last covered Pragmatics in October when the company named Michelle Geddes Vice President of Human Resources.


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