Seven win $16.4B Army contract

Rapid Response - Third Generation will be open to all government agencies

Seven companies have won spots on the Army’s  five-year, $16.4 billion Rapid Response – Third Generation contract, which is open to all government for systems integration and other technology services.

The winners are:
Adams Communications & Engineering Technology Inc., Waldorf, Md.
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Computer Sciences Corp.
General Dynamics Corp.
Lockheed Martin Corp.
R4 Inc., Eatontown, N.J.
Raytheon Co.

The companies will now compete with each other for task orders under the contract, which goes by the Stars War-inspired acronym of R2-3G.

Services include technology insertion, system integration and installation, fabrication and prototyping, testing and certification, studies and analyses, logistic support, and training and engineering support that includes re-engineering and reverse engineering, according to the Army’s Computer and Electronics Command.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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