AMERICAN SYSTEMS Awarded $36.6M Task Order Under GSA Alliant IDIQ Contract



Government engineering and IT solutions provider AMERICAN SYSTEMS has won a 5-year, $36.6 million task order under the General Services Administration’s Alliant indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle to continue managed hosting and IT support to the Security Cooperation Enterprise Solution.

“It is gratifying to know that SCES has faith in us to continue our partnership,” AMERICAN SYSTEMS President and CEO Peter Smith said. “We will not waver in our commitment to their mission.”

Under the terms of the contract, AMERICAN SYSTEMS will provide comprehensive IT services, including FMS ERP Application hosting, end-user IT services for the government and contractor staff in the National Capital Region, systems administration, network services, and service desk and cybersecurity activities, including risk management framework and continuous monitoring to support the cloud infrastructure.

The SCES Program is an enterprise solution intended to improve the speed and agility of foreign military sales case execution processes across all three U.S. military departments (Navy/Marine Corps, Army and Air Force). SCES was initiated in 2008 by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency and is being developed to support the case execution of FMS for International Customers.

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