ECS Wins Place On $17.5B ENCORE III Contract Vehicle

George Wilson, ECS Federal

ECS Federal has been awarded a place on the Defense Information Systems Agency’s ENCORE III contract, an indefinite-delivery indefinite quantity contract vehicle worth up to $17.5 billion.

ECS was one of 20 companies that received an award during the full and open track of the ENCORE III contract, which covers a wide range of IT services and products that can support IT modernization efforts at the Defense Department and other federal agencies.

As an ENCORE III prime contractor, ECS will provide support in 19 performance areas including enterprise IT policy and planning, test and evaluation, asset management, network support and cloud professional services.

“DISA serves as a key nexus for defense information systems and NextGen technology development,” said George Wilson, CEO and president of ECS. “ENCORE III is DISA’s premier contract vehicle open to a broad range of customers in the national security arena. We are excited to win this important contract and will actively compete for upcoming task orders and help market the ENCORE III vehicle to external customers.”

ENCORE III has both a 5-year base term and 5-year option period.

ECS offers solutions in cloud, cybersecurity, software development, IT modernization, and science and engineering. The company was recently acquired by ASGN Incorporated, an IT and professional services company, for $775 million. ECS will continue to operate under the ECS brand name and will also operate as a separate segment of ASGN.

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