The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded Accenture an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for work on emerging technologies.
Accenture Federal Services will provide DISA with systems engineering and technology solutions that seek to transform the way soldiers interact with Defense Department IT, and will help to implement next-generation technology advancements.
The 5-year contract through DISA’s Systems Engineering, Technology and Innovation program has a ceiling of $7.5 billion. Designed to address current and future mission requirements, SETI aims to enhance IT capabilities through disruptive innovation. DISA is looking to streamline critical engineering functions for the research, design, development, integration and optimization of defense IT capabilities, systems and solutions.
“We’re honored to be selected as an innovation partner to DISA as it advances its future mission requirements,” said Vince Vlasho, AFS Defense portfolio lead. “AFS’s experience in bringing together technology innovation with Defense mission needs enables us to help DISA design and deliver solutions with advanced technologies quickly that improve their service and combatant command capabilities now and into the future.”
The contract calls for Accenture Federal Services and its teaming partners to compete for task orders to provide cloud, application and cyber solutions with an overarching emphasis on innovation.